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Y, NOVEMBER 28, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

'M' Places Three on All-Big Ten Squad

NEW YEAR'S PARADE:
Sooners, Kentucky in Sugar Bowl

MicganHopes To Keep Bosox Get
Perfect Big Ten Record Boudreau

Ortmann, Wahl, Dufek Receive
Conference Coaches' Selection

NEW YORK -(A')-- Unbeaten
Oklahoma will make its third
straight appearance in the Sugar
Bowl, and Miami will be the host
team in the Orange Bowl on Jan.
1 following rapid-fire developments
today.

(Continued from Page 1)

Under regulations for the con-
test each participant is allowed
16 actual practice dates. Michi-
gan officials can use their own
discretion as to how many of
those will be used up in Ann
Arbor and how many in Cali-
fornia.
Weather conditions in Ann. Ar-
bor will probably restrict workouts
to a great extent, making it de-
sirable to set up a California train-
ing base as soon as is scholastical-
ly and financially possible.
** *
IT WILL BE the third consecu-
tive Rose Bowl appearance for
Lynn Waldorf and his Golden
Bears. They were defeated by
Northwestern, 20-14, in 1949 and

by Ohio State, 17-14, at the start
of this year.
Michigan has played Califor-
nia only once before, emerging
in 1940 with a 41-0 triumph with
Tom Harmon showing the way.
The New Years Day spectacle
will be a fitting climax to Bennie
Oosterbaan's magnificent first
three years as head gridiron coach
at Michigan.
WHILE ANNEXING three loop
crowns he compiled a record of 20
victories, five defeats and two ties
against all competition.
It will be remembered that the
Associated Press analyzed sched-
ules of all teams earlier this sea-
son and concluded that the Wol-
verines were playing the most
difficult opponents in the coun-
try on the basis of national
rankings.
Oosterbaan finds himself in com-
parative ignorance of California's
football strategiessince a Bowl
appearance had been so remote
ten days ago.
It was assumed that Illinois and
Wisconsin would turn over scout-
ing reports which they had ob-
tained in anticipation of their pos-
sible meeting with the Coast
champs.
The players, dubbed the "Blizz
Kids" by Ohio journalists, will re-
sume practice early in December.
Indoor workouts at the Yost Field-
house will be held if necessary.
The squad was reported in good
physical shape following the Buck-
eye encounter.

Dressen Replaces
Shotton for Bums
BOSTON-(U)-The Boston Red
Sox' terse announcement it had
signed Lou Boudreau, deposed
Cleveland manager, to a player
contract today lubricated the trad-
ing gears for next week's major
league baseball meetings.
And it also indicated that Vern
"Junior" Stephens, regular short-
stop for the past three seasons,
now is Red Sox bait in possible
deals for much needed/pitching
strength.
* * * .
AFTER MAKING his Boudreau
disclosure, General Manager Joe
Cronin became incommunicado in
his Fenway Park office.
But Manager Steve O'Neill,
contacted by phone at home in
the Cleveland vicinity, was much
more informative.
"Now that we have Boudreau,
we can afford to give up a regular
infielder to get pitchers," O'Neill
said. "I will be in St. Petersburg,
Fla., for the major league meetings
next Monday and I will not lose
any time finding out the pitchers
who are available. Right now we
have no deals hanging fire."
* *
NEW YORK-0)-Chuck Dres-
sen, who was suspended once for
leaving Brooklyn in too much of a
hurry, will return to the Dodgers
as manager, it was learned yes-
terday.
The 52-year-old veteran's ap-
pointment is expected to be an-
nounced at a Dodger press con-
ference this afternoon.
** *
THE DODGERS, who have
called the confab for 1 p.m. (CST),
declined to comment on the report
that Chuck already had been
signed to replace 66-year-old Burt
Shotton.

Michigan's Don Dufek, Charlie
Ortmann and Captain Al Wahl
were named to the first string All-
Big Ten football team selected by
a special vote of the Conference's
coaches last weekend.
Engineered by the Associated
Press, the poll placed Tony Mom-
sen, the Wolverines' great line-
backer, at center on the second
team. End Harry Allis, Tackle Tom
Johnson, and Guard Pete Kinyon
were given honorable mention by
the coaches.
* * *
ILLINOIS, with four players ho-
nored, and Ohio State, with three,
monopolized the team along with
Michigan.
The eleventh man selected by
the coaches was Northwestern's
brilliant end, Don Stonesifer.
Stonesifer, who broke three Big
Ten pass-catching records dur-
ing the season, was the only
uanimous choice on the team.
Illinois' first team berths went
to End Tony Klimek, Center Bill
Vohaska, Guard Chuck Brown, and
Fullback-Halfback Dick Raklovits,
who led the Illini to their snow-
storm victory over Michigan.Ohio
State's three selections were Half-
back Vic Janowicz, Tackle Bill
Trautwein and Guard John Blitz.
* * * .
DUFEK, who was given honor-
able mention on the coaches' team
All freshman basketball can-
didates should report with
equipment to the I-M Building
at 3:30 this afternoon.
-Dave Strack
last year, finished second in rush-
ing in the Conference, pending of-
ficial statistics to be released this
week.
The Wolverine fullback was in
good position before Saturday's
contest to lead in this depart-
ment. However, the snow at Co-
lumbus limited Dufek's rushing
to a scant nine yards.
Ortmann, selected to one of the
first team halfback slots, joined
Dufek to give the Wolverines half
of the All-Big Ten backfield.
The Wolverine tailback claims
the distinction of being the only
holdover from the 1949 first
team.
Wahl was placed at tackle along
with the Buckeye's Trautwein.
Wahl moved up to his berth from
the 1949 second team.

Here's hoe
tractions on
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thensis)
SUGAR B

w the major bowl at-
New Year's Day line
am's records in para-
* * *
OWL at New Orleans:

Southeast Conference Champion
and unbeaten until the Wildcats
met Tennessee Saturday and drop-
ped a 7-0 decision to their arch
rival.
Texas and Tennessee were
booked for the Dallas Cotton
Bowl last week. Texas' only de-
feat was a 14 to 13 loss to Okla-
homa while Tennessee was stop-
ped by Mississippi State, 7 to 0,
in the second game of the sea-
son.
Miami University, making rapid
strides to the middle of the big-
time football stage, is unbeaten

this season although tied by little-
known Louisville University. The
Florida team is booked against the
unpredictable Missouri eleven at
Miami Friday iight. Among the
Hurricanes' victims this season are
Iowa and Purdue of the Big Ten,
Florida of the Southeast Confer-
ence and once-mighty Pittsburgh.
and once-mighty Pittsburgh.
Here is how the other bowl
games stack up:
Jan. 1
SUN BOWL at El Paso, Tex.:
West Texas State vs Cincinnati

Kentucky (10-1-0) vs. Oklahoma
(9-0-0 with one game remaining)
COTTON BOWL at Dallas, Tex.:
Tennessee (9-1-0 with one game
remaining) vs Texas (7-1-0 with
two games remaining)
ORANGE BOWL at Miami: Mia-
mi (8-0-1 with one game remain-
ing) vs Clemson (8-0-1)
* * *
'GATOR BOWL at Jacksonville,
Fla.: Teams expected to be select-
ed tomorrow.
Oklahoma has an unbeaten
string of 30 games that includes
its two previous visits to New Or-
Bagnell Wins
Maxwell Cup
PHILADELPHIA - (P) - The
Maxwell Football Club today
named Francis (Reds) Bagnell,
University of Pennsylvania
halfback, as "Football Player of
the Year."
Bagnell is the 14th player
thus honored by the Maxwell
Club, named after a former
Philadelphia sports writer. No-
tre Dame's Leon Hart won the
award last season.
leans. The Sooners, virtually an
entirely new team this season,
trimmed North Carolina in 1949,
14 to 6, and measured Louisiana
State this January, 35 to 0.
* * *
THE CLUB already has won the
Big Seven title but still must play
weak Oklahoma A & M this Satur-
day. Its opponent in the New Year
Day tussle will be Kentucky,

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MOMSEN, edged out by Illinois'
Vohaska at center, was the back-
bone of the Wolverines defense all
season. His rugged play in the Ohio
State game, climaxed by his block-
ing of Janowicz' punt for the game
winning touchdown, assured Mom-
sen of selection by a number of
the coaches.
The selection of Allis, Johnson,
and Kinyon, along with Wahl
and Momsen, all operators prin-
cipally on the Wolverine defen-
sive uuit, shows the respect
which opposing coaches have for
the Michigan defense.
Allis is completing his third and
last year at end for the Maize
and Blue, while Johnson and Kin-
yon will be back for another year.
All the players named to the
first team are seniors, except for
Janowicz, who is a junior.
LATE BASKETBALL SCORES
Wayne 83, Assumption 37
Marquette 64, Ripon 54
Walparaiso 60, Concordia (St.
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