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FRMDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1950

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Key Men See Double Duty
Against Badgers Tomorrow.

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Montreal Tops Rangers;

Badgers To Arrive At Willow Run Today

Coach Bennie Oosterbaan is
stretching his talent to the utmost
in an effort to field a strong of-
fensive and defensive unit tomor-
row" afternoon against the invad-
ing Wisconsin Badgers.
A lack of depth whch was ap-
parent in the second half of the
Army game may again prove costly
with Leo Koceski confined to the
sidelines Saturday. Oosterbaan is
planning to use a number of his
operatives on both offense and de-
fense rather than go alorng with
inexperienced men in the lineup.
EXCEPT FOR KOCESKI, the
injuries sustained last Saturday
should not hinder Michigan in its
bid to win its opening conference
tussle. The cast on Dick McWil-
liam's hand has been removed. so
he will be ready to go Saturday.
Iarry Allis, who had not en-
gaged in workouts previously
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FOOTBALL
FORECAST
by JOE HARRIS

this week because of an ailing
hand, ran though the entire
practice session yesterday after-
noon. This means that Allis's
starting against Wisconsin is a
virtual certainty.
Don Dufek, besides playing his
usual offensive fullback game, will
play one of the halfbacks on the
defensive unit. What respite Du-
fek does get on defense against
Wisconsin will be provided by use
of another first string offensive
back, Frank Howell.
HOWELL IS filling in at wing-
back for Koceski, as he did last
Saturday when the latter was in-
jured.
The ends will come in for their
share of double duty along with
Dufek and Howell. Although Al-
lis and Ozzie Clark are schedul-
ed to start on the offensive unit,
both will be forced to play de-
fensive roles at times so that
Oosterbaan can also employ
Lowell Perry and Fred Pickard
on'offense.
Perry will, also, be seen in his
customary safety slot. This means
that Chuck Ortmann and Bill Pu-
tich must both be ready to fill in
on the defensive unit should Perry
need to be spelled.
WAHL, who is used mainly at
one of the offensive tackle slots,
will also see considerable defen-
sive duty on the line as well. To
give Wahl some rest Roger Zat-
koff, the Wolverine line-backer,
will spell Wahl on offense.
With this doubing up through-
out the line and backfield Oos-
terbaan hopes to put his strong-
est combination on the field
against the undefeated Badgers.
Michigan ran through a vigor-
ous workout yesterday afternoon
for this late in the week. The de-
fensive line got a thorough prac-
tice in preparation for the Wis-
consin running attack, and the of-
fensive backfields worked consid-
erably on their passing attack.

Heat Wave J
MONTREAL -(R)-- Montreal's
league leading Canadians in-.
creased their margin at the ex-
pense of the New York Rangers
last night as they shut out the
New Yorkers, 4-0, in a National
Hockey League contest played in
the Forum.
The Canadians are undefeated
in league competition as they have
shown early season leadership in
the puck league.
The Rangers were unable to
compete with the Canadians as
lack of scoring punch by the Blue-
shirts coupled with an erratic de-
fense allowed the Montealeans to
score off Ranger ace goalie Chuck
Raynor..

Idles Wings
CHICAGO -- (M) - Chicago's
record breaking autumn heat
wave last night forced postpone-
ment of a National Hockey League
game.
The Chicago Stadium reported
it could not form a satisfactory
ice service-for the first time in
stadium history.
THE CHICAGO Blackhawks
were to have played the Detroit
Red Wings. Thousands of tickets
had been sold.
The Blackhawks said the
postponement because of heat
is the first in 32 years in league
history.
The temperature in Chicago at
2 p.m. (CST) hit 79.

DICK MCWILLIAMS
... at full strength

AP FOOTBALL PICKS:
Mustangs Favored in Game of .Week

Special to The Daily
MADISON, Wisconsin - Coach'.
Ivan Williamson has named the
forty man playing squad which'
will leave Truax Field at 1:00 p.m.
(CST) via a chartered airliner for
its Saturday engagement with
Michigan at Ann Arbor.
The plane is scheduled to arrive
at Willow Run airport at approxi-
mately 3:30 (EST). Headquarters
will be at the Dearborn Inn in
Dearborn. After the game, the
squad will bus to Willow Run and
will leave at 5:00 p.m. (EST). The
party is expected to arrive in
Madison at 5:30 (CST).
INCLUDED IN the party, be-
sides Williamson, are assistant
coaches Milt Bruhn, Bob Odell
and Paul Shaw; Dr. John Bently,
team physician, Walt Bakke,
trainer; William Aspineall, Busi
ness Manager; and student man-
agers Herb Birk and Jack Taylor.
The following is the squad
named by Williamson:
Ends - Hal Faverty,' Gene
Felker, Tilden Meyers, Pat 0'-
Donahue, Kent Peters, Ken Sacht-
jen, and Bill Vanderhoof.
TACKLES - Bill Asbright,
Charles Berndt, John Drews, Capt.
Ken Huxhold, Bob Leu, Jerry
Smith, Dave Suminski, and
Charles Yderstad.
South Carolina
Ties Clemson
COLUMBIA, S. C.--P)--Clem-
son's 12th ranked football team
still was undefeated but left half-
back Steve , Wadiak ran South
Carolina to a 14-14 tie yesterday
against the previously untied, un-
scored-on seven-point favorite.
Clemson was forced to come
from behind twice to tie up the
Southern Conference test, first on
a deflected 55-yard scoring pass,
later on a 70-yard drive.

Guards -- Harry Gilbert, ta, Bob Petruska, and Don Schaf-
George O'Brien, Bob Kennedy, fer.
John Simcic, Dave Staiger, Halfbacks -- Roy Burks,
George Stelnmetz, and Goerge Bill Hutchinson, Bill Lane, Bob
Windrow. Mansfield, Tom Proctor, Jerry
Centers-Dave Hansen, Jack Schaffer, Rollie Strehlow,
Kelley, George Simkiwski. Deral Teteak, and Ed Withers.
* y* Fullbacks -- James Hammond,
QUARTERBA6)KS-John Coat-I Bob Radcliffe, and Bill Schleisner.

By WILL GRIMSLEY

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SAT. OCTOBER 21,

1950
Score

Winner Score
MICHIGAN ..14
Army ........48
Ball St. Teach 27
California ....27
Central Mich. 20
Colgate.....20
Cornell ......34
Dartmouth ...27
Georgia Tech..20
Holy Cross ....20
Illinois......28
Iowa U. .... ..27
Kansas,.......14
Maryland .....27
Michigan State 27
Missouri,..20
Northwestern. .20
Notre Dame ..34
Ohio State ....14
Penn .........20
Princeton .....21
So. California 27
So. Methodist 21
Temple......20
Tennessee ....21
Texas Christian 20
Tulane ......21
Tulsa ........27
U.C.L.A. ......20
Villanova .....20
Western Mich. 27
Wmn. & Mary..27

Loser

NEW YORK - (A) - Footballs
bounce funny ways, and the repu-
tations of amateur seers some-
times bounce with them.
Army's Bob Blaik stuck an in-
step into a ball last Saturday. It
soared 45 yards, rolled another 30,
yanked the Cadets out of a ter-
rible hole and set up Army's 27-6
victory over Michigan.
* * *
THERE WENT our upset spe-
cial. But Oklahoma saved the day
by beating Texas and our "sneak-
er"-Colgate over Holy Cross-
jelled. So to date it's 177 right, 55
wrong, 11 ties and a percentage of
.763.
Here's to better bounces this
week:
Southern Methodist over Rice:
the nation's no. 3 team is in for its
toughest fight so far this season
and there's good chance of an up-
set.
ARMY OVER HARVARD: The
East gets a look at some of Earl

Blaik's bench strength, and here's
hoping Cambridge provides a good
man to count the touchdowns,
which should number about eight.
Tennessee over Alabama: For
years this has been one of the
best games in Dixie, with the
winner often going on to a
bowl. Mark this one up to Gen.
Bob Neyland.
Navy over Southern California:
The Middies are a good team
which just hasn't exploded yet.
Bob Zastrow snaps them out of it
this week against Trojan squad let
down after California.
ILLINOIS OVER Washington:
The Illihi have one of the best
defensive clubs in the country and
the Huskies' Hugh McElhenny
shouldn't make too big a dent in
it.
Michigan over Wisconsin:
Chuck Ortmann leads the Wol-
verines to the road back, wreck-
ing the Badgers' perfect slate.
Notre Dame over Indiana: No-
body's scared of the Fighting

Irish any more but they're still a
tough football team with Bob
Williams at the throttle.
* * *
CORNELL OVER YALE: Jeff
Fleischmann ends the Eli winning
streak and coach Herman Hick-
man loses 20 of his 260 pounds.
Georgia over Louisiana State:
The unbeaten but twice tied
Bulldogs have found their scor-
ing punch.
Virginia over VMI: Johnny
Papit leads Art Guepe's forces to
their fourth victory.
** *
KANSAS OVER Oklahoma A.
and M.: Ears Whitworth's boys
not fully recovered from the SMU
shellacking.
UCLA over Stanford: The
single-wing Uclans smash down
one of the heavy Rose Bowl fa-
vorites.

Wisconsin .... 7
Harvard....... 08
Mich. Normal.. 6
Oregon State.. 7
DePauw....... 7
Bucknell .......7
Yale ........,.14
Lehigh........7
Auburn ....... 6
Syracuse ......14
Washington . .14
Purdue.......14
Okla. A.&M.... 7
No. Caro. St... 7
Marquette ....14
Iowa State ... 7
Pittsburgh .... 7
Indiana......7
Minnesota .... 7
Columbia .... 7
Brown ........14
Navy. ...... .20
Rice ......,..14
Wayne ........7
Alabama ...... 7
Texas A.&M...14
Mississippi .. .14
Detroit......14
Stanford ......14
Kentucky .....14
Washington ..13
Virg. Poly I...13

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

NATIONAL PRO LEAGUE

Chicago Cards. 31
Clev. Browns..24
L.A. Rams ....38
Phila. Eagles..31
S. F. '49ers ...24

Wash.Redskins 21
N.Y. Giants .. 7
Balt. Colts ...28
Pit. Steelers .. 7
Detroit Lions..21

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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 22
Notices
Fraternities, sororities, coopera-
tives or simliar groups may not
build, buy, rent, lease property, or
change the location of their house,
make any material change in
their house, purchase a lot on
which it is proposed to build a
house, immediately or in the fu-
ture, without first securing the
approval of the Committee on
Student Affairs. When a n y
change is contemplated, it is ne-
cessary that a letter be addressed
to the Committee on Student Af-
fairs describing the proposed
changes and the method of fi-
nancing them. The Committee on
Student Affairs has appointed a
subcommittee on housing to study
and make recommendations con-
cerning petitions from student
groups which relate to any of
these projects. No commitments
should be made until final ap-
proval of the Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs has been received.

Aeronautical Engineering
dents: There is available one
Richard L. Perry Memorial

lowship to students in Aeronauti-
cal Engineering who are in need
of financial assistance and who
show definite promise in this field.
In the selection of a candidate
preference will be given to veteran-
pilots. Applications should be in
letter form, giving a statement of
services in the armed forces, and
addressed to Prof. 'A. M. Kuethe,
1501 E. Engineering Bldg. Appli-
cations will be received up to Oct.
24.
Open Houses for the Wisconsin
game are authorized in officially
organized student residences on
Sat., Oct. 21 between 11:30 a.m
and 1:30 p.m. for pre-game func-
tions and between 5 p.m. and 7
p.m. for post-game functions. No
registration of these functions is
necessary provided they are con-
fined to the hours indicated.
--Office of Student Affairs
Approved Student Sponsored So-
cial, Events for the coming week-
end:

Stu-
$500
Fel-

October 20 --
Alpha Chi Sigma, Graduate Stu-
dent Council, Inter-Cooperative
Council, Kappa Nu, Palmer House,
Phi Delta Phi, Phi Sigma Delta,
Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Alpha Mu,
Triangle Fraternity, Zeta Beta
Tau.
October 21 --
Acacia, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha
Epsilon Pi, Alpha Kappa Kappa,
Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Omega,
Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Rho Chi,
Alpha Sigma Phi, Beta Theta Pi,
Chi Phi, Delta Chi, Delta Sigma
Delta, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Tau
Delta, East Quadrangle, Kappa Al-
pha Psi, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Lester Co-op House, Lloyd House;
Michigan Christian Fellowship,
Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha Kappa,
Phi Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Delta
Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi
Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi
Rho Sigma, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Psi Upsilon-Delta
Upsilon, Psi Omega, Sigm'a Alpha
Epsilon, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, Tau Delta Phi, Tau Epsilon
Rho, Theta Delta Chi, Theta Xi,
Triangle, Trigon, Zeta Beta Tau.
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