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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952 PAGE THREE
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BUCKS BATTLE BOILERMAKERS:
Badgers Tangle with Illinois

Mathi as a Threat to'l
In Intersectional Tangle

CLASSIFIEDS

MADISON, Wis. (I)-The infant
Big Ten football season produces
a bristling battle loaded with title
importance today as defending
champion Illinois, the nation's No.
2 team, slams into rugged Wis-
consin before a sellout 51,000.
The Associated Press national
poll which rates Illinois second be-
hind Michigan State lists Wiscon-
sin's Badgers eighth, but the vari-
ance is slighter among the betting
gentry.
EARLIER in the week, Illinois
was gauged a six-point favorite,
but now has slipped to one or two
and it may be a toss-up by game+
time. The winner will be ar4 odds-
on favorite to grind to the con-
ference title.

Tradition points toward a
triumph by the Rose Bowl-
minded Badgers since neither
Illinois nor Wisconsin has won
two games in a row since 1932.
Last season's meeting at Cham-
paign, Ill., resulted in a 14-10
victory by the outplayed Illini.
Since the scorching series start-
ed in 1895, each school has won 12
games and there have been four
ties. Illinois a 33-7 victor over
Iowa State in a season opener, is
ineligible for a Rose Bowl encore.
THE CONFERENCE inaugural
for both teams is promised
cloudy, cool weather with the tem-
peratures in the 50's.
If Illinois is accorded any
edge, it is because clever, sharp-

shooting Tommy O'Connell gives >
the Illini an experience advan-
tage at quarterback over Wis-
consin's rookie Jim Haluska.
However, Haluska, a lad who
had to beg for a varsity chance,
delivered an impressive perfor-
mance in Wisconsin's 42-19 romp
over Marquette last Saturday. His
passing was needle-threading, but >
what he can do under the pres-
sure of the hard-charging, fast Il-«
lini may be another story.
Purdue will oppose Ohio State CHUCK
in the big Buckeye horseshoe ato
Columbus today.
The game would be the top con-
ference attraction were it not for iuerras t
the Illinois-Wisconsin clash at

(Continued from Page 1)
the best passer ever, to operate in
coast college circles. So far this
season Garrett has completed 18
out of 29 passes, and thrown for
four touchdowns.
MATHIAS, famous as Olympic
Decathalon champion, plays full-
back and rates as a breakaway
threat at any time. He also catches
passes.
Halfbacks Ron Cook and Skip
Crist round out the Stanford
backfield. Up front Sam Morley
and John Steinberg are the ends
who catch Garrett's passes.
Both tackles on offense are let-
termen-Jim Vick and Carter
Pyle.
Norm Manoogian, outstanding
guard, probably won't see action,
leaving the center of the line to
inexperienced personnel. Seven

DRESSEN
one up
.lapse

DEFENSIVELY, pass defense
was the main consideration during
the week's practices.
With Howell and Oldham not
up to par, the aerial defense
chores will fall to Perry, and
halfbacks Branoff, Dave Tink-
ham, Baer, and Bob Hurley.
Tinkham is the only experienced
hand at the position.
Michigan's strong suit, the de-
fensive line will be the same as it
was against Michigan State. Cap-
tain Tim Green and big Gene
Knutson line up at ends.Tackles
will be sophomore Art Walker and
junior Jim Balog. A couple of
scrappers, Don Dugger and Bob
Matheson play guard.
LINEBACKING will be divided
among Roger Zatkoff, Laurie Le-
Claire, Jim Bates, and possibly
Topor. Both Stanford and Michi-
gan lack experienced replace-
ments, so injuries during the gamej
could make a difference.
As for kicking, Bill Billings, who
averaged 45 yards a kick last
week, will handle the punts, with

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On Saturday
IT SDANCING
9 to 12
Michigan Union Ballroom

Madison.
THE Boilermakers are looking
for their first victory of the sea-
son. They were tied by an under-
dog Penn State team a week ago.
The Buckeyes will be out after
their second Big Ten triumph. A
last quarter rally good for three
touchdowns brought the Ohioans
a 33-13 victory over a stubborn
Indiana squad last week.
A freshman named HowardI
"Hopalong" Cassady from Co-
lumbus Central High School
sparked the final period spurt
to victory.
While the Buckeyes seem elated
over the fact that they have
found a passer, the Boilermakers
are confident that their little Dale
Samuels will be more than ade-
quate in today's tussle. The Pur-
due star passed for two touch-
downs last week against the Nit-
tany Lions of Penn State.
Ohio State was rated in pre-
season polls as at best a possible
dark horse in the Big Ten race.
Buckeye stock has risen greatly
however since Cassady's perform-
ance last week.

Gives Bums
Two Tallies
(Continued from Page 1)
when he fouled off a pitch which
struck the knee. In the dressing
room the knee was bruised and
swollen.
McDOUGALD hurt his right
wrist in the seventh when he
knocked down Gil Hodges' hot
grounder.
With the Dodgers holding the
upper hand, Stengel named Al-
lie Reynolds, 20-8, to work the
fourth game today at the sta-
dium.
Manager Charley Dressen pick-
ed Joe Black, 15-4, the relief ace
who bested Reynolds opening day,
to try it again.
This was a tingling ball game
that kept the 66,698 fans jumping
because there were baserunners
galore. Only in two innings-the
third and seventh-did the Yanks
have no runners. The Brooklyns
were even rougher on Lopat, who
retired thehside in order only once
-the sixth.
History Repeats
BROOKLYN (N)

lettermen bolster the
squad for the Indians.'
elude Dave Castellucci,
safety man, and Chuck
rugged linebacker.
Developments in the
camp: also should give

defensive
They in-
a tricky
Essegian,
Michigan
Stanford

ROOMS FOR RENT
SUITE OF DOUBLE ROOMS for 4 boys,
with kitchen and private entrance.
One block from campus. Call 2-7330,
3 to 4:30 p.m. )12R
PERSONAL
KEEPSAKE, REWARD-Will person who
bought 1921 silver dollar, with initial
"E" on face, from State Street bank,
phone 2-2982.
VOICE and Speech Lessons--Kenneth N.
Westerman S.C.D. Member National
Association Teachers of Singing. Stu-
dio 303 S. State. Phone 6584. )8P
WE'LL BE taking phone orders today
until 3 p.m. for mags at the 50,7
student special rates. Student Periodi-
cal, 6007. )loP
HELP WANTED
NEED 3 or 4 apple pickers after or be-
tween classes. Experience preferred.
Phone Whitmore Lake 5601, John
Mitacek, 9385 Spencer Rd. )7H
SALESPEOPLE-To demonstrate and sell
the Babyhood Wonda Chair. Not sold
in stores. It's a hi chair, youth chair,
table & chair set, car seat, and stroller.
All in one low price combination. No
canvassing-continuous leads provid-
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Opportunity. For interview write Mr.
Lowery, Mich. Daily. )15H
PART TIME HELP for fountain and
waiter, evenings. Wolverine Den, 1311
S. University. )16H
BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHING - Finished work, and hand
ironing. Ruff dry and wet washing.
Also ironing separately. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )13
WANTED TO RENT
ONE CAR GARAGE wanted, preferably
near Hill and State. Call 3-4187. )1W
MISCELLANEOUS
PLAYTIME CARE OF CHILDREN
in my home. Educational toys, play-
ground equipment. Sat, also. Phone
3-1037 )1M
ANYONE who can supply or who wishes
transportation to Ypsi to hear Steven-
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2-2822 for information.

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encouragement. They are, prob-
ably in order of importance, the
sieve-like pass defense the Maize
and Blue threw at MSC, and in-
juries in some key positions.
COACH BENNIE Oosterbaan's
40-man squad climbed off the
plane in California Thursday and
since then they have run through
two light workouts. Frankie How,
ell, wingback who played impres-
sively against the Spartans, until
he was injured, probably will not
go against Stanford, although
Oosterbaan is witholding a dec -
sion on Howell until game time.
If Howell is sidelined, fresh-
man Tony Branoff will get the
call at right half. Branoff played
briefly on defense against Mich-
igan State. Miscellaneous ail-
mentsrhave slowed down Low-
ell Perry and Don Oldhanm, but
they will be in action this aft-
ernoon. Oldham plays offensive
and defensive halfback.
Perry is invaluable as safetyj
man and also as the top pass
catcher in Michigan's single wing
attack. Along with the Ypsilanti
senior, the Maize and Blue offense
is powered by the starting back-
field of quarterback Ted Topor,
fullback Fred Baer, Branoff, and
tailback Ted Kress.
Thad Stanford plays end oppo-
site Perry, and the rest of the of-
fensive line will be: tackles, Dick
Strozewski and Ralph Stribe;
guards Bob Timm and Dick Bei-
son; and center Dick O'Shaugh-
nessy. Also slated for action with
the offensive platoon are passer
Duncan McDonald, and end Bob
Topp.

Russ Rescorla doing the
booting for the Wolverines.
rett does most of Stanford's
ing of any variety.
Pilam Drubs
Theta Delts;

place
Gar-
kick-

ENDING TODAY
y K"E
STAY LIE "

Chi PsiWins
Jerry Rovner led a powerful Pi
Lambda Phi football team to a
32-0 vitory over Theta Delta Chi
yesterday in the season opener
for both squads.
Rovner, last year's all campus
intramural athlete, passed to
Jules Belkin for two touchdowns,
and ran a Theta Delt kickoff for
another score. He also found Sid
Amster with a 40 yard toss which
was good for six points. Stu Gil-
den ran an intercepted pass back
for a touchdown late in the contest
to complete the day's scoring.
*, * C:
Chi Psi punched across three
first half touchdowns and then
coasted to a 26-0 win over Delta
Kappa Epsilon in another league
game. Bob Sabo scored twice,
once on a run and once after tak-
ing a pass from Ron Wells. Pete
Banzhas and Bob Wuerfel also tal-
lied for the winners.
Tau Delta Phi, sparked by Gene
Curtis, turned back Tau Kappa Ep-
silon 19-0. Curtis passed to Fred
Shure for one marker and to
Sherm Carmel for another touch-
down. Curtis finished the scoring
with a fifteen yard gallop around
left end.

reasonable mahogany bowls and oil
painting. 9455, Mr. Hoffman.. 2
UNDERWOOD portable typewriter in
good condition. Phone 2-2377 between
1-3 p.m. or evenings. )25
CUSHMAN Scooter in fine condition.
$100.00. Ph. 7759 after 7 p.m. )26
TWO CHORAL UNION season tickets
first row, first balcony, center. Fifteen
dollars each. Reply Box 1. )27
EVERGREENS
Spreading Juniper (3 kinds) $2.21-$7.50
Upright Juniper (3 kinds) $1.95-$5.00
Pyramidal Arborvitae...... $2,00-$5.00
Common Arborvitae (5-7 ft.) ... $2.50
Mugho (Dwarf) Pine ......$2.00-$4.50
Scotch Pine (4-7 ft.) Youdig ....$1.95
Samples at 1422 Wash. Hts.
Call Michael Lee, 8574. )3
SUNBEAM Shavemaster Electric Razor.
Used very little. $15. Phone 2-6291. )28
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOOTBALL weekend guest rooms avail-
able. Student Room Bureau. Phone
Don Tewes, 3-8454 8 a.m.-11 P.m. )3R
ROOMS FOR FOOTBALL WEEKENDS-
Reserve rooms now at The Campus
Tourist Homes. 518 E. William (near
State). Phone 3-8454. )2R
COMFORTABLE SUITE for two men.
Prefer graduate students. Call after
5:30 at 1402 Hill. )1OR
SINGLE ROOM-Hollywood bed, maid
service, hot plate privileges, refrigera-
tor privileges, modern bathroom facili-
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for John. Black, )8R
FOR RENT-10 rooms unfurnished ex-
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$125 per month plus heat and utilities.
Phone Mr. Hansen at 3-1511, ext. 311.
. )9R
LARGE Double Room - Will rent as
single. 1346 Geddes Ave. )11R

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Robinson, Reese, Pafko, Berra, Mize.
213-Furillo, Berra. HR - Berra, Mize.
SB-Snider, Reese, Robinson. S-Bauer,
Roe 2. DP-Rizzuto and Martin; Mc-
Dougald and Collins. Left-Brooklyn 10;
New York 8. BB-Lopat 4 Robinson,
Cox 2, Hodges; Roe 5 Rizzuto, Bauer,
Martin, 2, Lopat. SO-Roe 5 Collins,
Woodling 2, McDougald, Lopat. HO-Lo-
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