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TUESDAY, NOVEMBAER 21, 195t,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W,7HAT TWO weeks can do to h onA
A fortnight ago even the! ost3ccic
dered at the thought of his thavoie)ltieBukey;
Today it's just about thopo '
doesn't think the Blue-shirts13aea ci
ler's crew this Saturday.
What's happened in that.,p.. _
change the,-picture? Anyod ha s
the last two Saturday aftec rnon
it has changed.
That Wolverine forward alIa
backs like Dufek, Ortrnann, Koelidl
them a hole and they know whattod x u ~
But something else has arc nI
isn't so easy to understndo epi(1.:
Columbus has apparellos oeI'
I di ntsatls ,) aagainst Wisconsin, a team tha' etil l
Stadium and lost to Peunsylvni20?
team is entitled to a -bad day nor ad cCi
Perhaps, however, theBcky si Ie
of collegiate football. It s jut h. a a.
from the Beantown score vrffy ise
in two contests and then > miyb x "
troit.
The Bucks went into tihe 11' ~anl
thing like 41 points in conferen ceony i.
'selves wishing they had a few oftos '1 3
or the 48 against Minnesota. Calli, wh,--2 1 '
compensation, or maybe just cocnidiric.
Whatever the reason, the Wle n
even Bennie Oosterbaan admt t' , n
not shown their midseason frocty~i . .s
lads will be the favorites thi atidx'b' v
-have been two Saturdays ao.
r HE NORTHWESTERN coach, BbVi'1
to either the Wolverines or Bcee naI
Saturday's game. He merely wold '0
*teams. He did have a fewthnso ayevu
It appears thatJae'1 nL', '
statistics to back up hi1 cam.7,AL r
do about everything well, Ta ci'c
runs, passing, kicking and what h M.'e .
Incidentally, Voigt was sur-L" v h ~
-accumulated on the ground. Hhas alot
Charlie Ortmann, and RalphSttfn
GETTING TO THlE gamen- lri 1ia
the Ohio-Illini tussle that the W"'x;e1
airways again this Saturday . fa Li"
only move for 120 yards tru'htl lO
couple trick passes to finallyv tur h >
One factor that will hl h ~ iac
of Leo Koceski at the wingbc.Lai'' 3
extended layoff, but he a ddaloof'"
squad. His appearance CSaturda,:wa;_
and marked one of thefe tmsths1 .a
backfield has operated a saunt
There isn't much nee o .ai rti
Saturday in the Ohio capital. TeF>o~'
bilities are pretty slim for t' le .xr'
*difference between a medncrA ,~1
campaign.. Oosterbaan V Iwon'tld o r i a d t sia y a '
That's all anybody can a

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McEwen 'S
RtunCleared
ByBiTe
Any question as to the authen-
ticity of Don McEwen's new Big
Ten cross country record of 19:34.1
established last Friday in Chicago
has been cleared up according to
Coach Don Canham.
Canham contacted Western
Conference Athletic Commissioner
"Tug" Wilson and was thus able
to substantiate his earlier state-
ment that McEwen's time.
$C X"
THE CONTROVERSY over a
make-shift course was settled
since the meet has been held over
numerous.courses in the Big Ten
history and thus any timing is
official on any of those courses
used for the meet providing a
four mile distance is covered.
Canham reiterated that Mc-
Ewen's time not only bettered
his last year's record-breaking
time of 19:44.5, but also was the
fastest time a collegiate runner
had ever raced over a four mile
cross-country course in the
United States.
The paring of =10 seconds off last
year's mark of 19:44.5 record and
by outstepping Bob Rodibaugh of
Purdue by 200 yards, has estab-
lished McEwen as one of the great-
est four milers it modern times.

Sooners Head AP Grid Poll,
As Buckeyes Slip to Ei ghth
NEW YORK - (RP) -- Oklahoma Princeton. Ohio State was fol-
zoomed into first place in the As- lowed by Tennessee and Michi-
sociated Press football poll yester- gan State in that order. Only
day with 1'72 of 333 first place Michigan State has completed
votes. Ohio State, last week's its schedule.
leader, tumbled to eighth after its
loss to Illinois. Ohio State (6-2) needs a win
Army lost first place support as over Michigan who placed 26th in
it shaded Stanford, 7-0. in a mud the poll. Saturday to be sure of the
battle but the Cadets picked up western Conference Champloii-
_______________________ship.
Starting tonight,. the Michi- Michigan State ended its sea-
gan Ice Rink will be open for son, bowling over Pittsburgh, 19-0.
public skating from 8-10 p.m. Standings of the first ten
After Thanksgiving, a complete teams are as follows with their

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ORTMANN RIPPING* OFF 14 YARDS AGAINST WILDCATS
JAW KO'S PALMER:

Every Factor Necessary
For Success Over OSU

Ischedule of days and hours will
be published.
enough points to advance a notch
from last week's position. Only 36
put Army first compared to 72 a
week ago.
KENTUCKY drew attention
with its 83-0 rout of North Dakota,
moving from fifth to a strong
third place with 55 firsts.
After the first three came
California, Texas, Illinois, and

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By TED PAPES
Michigan began the last leg of
its journey down the Western Con-
ference football trail yesterday.

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dc liglittle I VwithoUUut so Utnasganin
dc Cv'i~I izard's back at the eight games which
a ~i ateVk tat no are recent history, the Wolverines
:e, the climax at hand-the struggle
-, I with Ohio State.

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""2 "'a ~ VICTORY ASPIRATIONS were
'a) ~ lliCLtempered somewhat by disclosure
I 'l m epatures that second string quarterback
'7 - an.and Len Pete Palmer has a broken jaw and
Cl tredthe W01- has played his last game for Mich-
'v andBrummigan.
moline by theen The Indianapolis workhorse
the endwill be replaced by Ted Topor.
Despite Palmer's loss the team
K cal~sis inl it- should be in excellent mental con-
via v toanyhoe- dition for the battle, mainly be-
'a i) e eftxxthout cause of its performance against
C' il Iadr couldC Northwestern last Saturday.
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All these factors must be com-
bined in one bail game to enable
the Wolverines to whip the. Buck-
eyes. In addition some errors must
be done away with.
WILDCAT quarterback D i c k
Flowers joined Illinois' Fred Major
in fooling the Michigan defense in
a crucial spot.
Faced with third down and a
yard to go, Flowers saw the line
and secondary drawn in tight.
He promptly sent Rich Athan
over left tackle on a 33 yard
touchdown run to carry his team
to within four points of the Wol-
verines.
Don Oldham was guilty of an
error in judgment on punt recep-
tions when he tried to haul down
the ball on his own two yard line
with Wildcats all around him. The
resultant bobble cost two points.
Just a few minutes earlier he let
one roll 20 yards past him at mid-
field.
A single point might well de-
cide Saturday's contest.
There were some holes in the
Michigan p a ss defense, also.
Northwestern ends dropped three
long passes which could have been
damaging. Star flankman Don
Stonesifer was given plenty of
trouble by Ozzie Clark and Al Wahl
to eliminate part of the opposi-
tion's aerial threat.
Michigan coaches indicated that
heavy work would commence this
afternoon for the squad.

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first place votes in parentheses:
I-Oklahoma (173); 2-Army
(36) ; 3-Kentucky (55); 4-Cali-
fornia (20) ; 5.Texas (6) ; 6-1111-
nois (14) ; 7-Princeton (8); 8-.
Ohio State; 9-Tennessee (2) ;
10-Michigan State (4).
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COACH Ben Oosterbaan was
encouraged by the manner. in
which his players responded to the
Wildcats' second period threats. It
was apparent that they had found
themselves offensively.

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It is hoped that another week
of practice will help Leo Koceski
round into something approach-
ing the sharp form he has dis-
played in the last two years.
Harry Allis came into his own
for the first time this season in
the kicking department.

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'a L fax're IN ADDITION to his four suc-
ie. ot are cc-,ful conversions in five tries, his
' ocn moreE tremendous kickoffs had North-
i ~'>2hes aongwestern's safety men on the run
10 032,all afternoon-
It7a.,-sa ,n Don Dufek and Ralph Straffon
I ''-s qud as again proved that most of
Lt oieese. Michigan's ground power is con-

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