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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1952

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Ijuries Plague Grid Practice

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ZELAN PROCESSED

Wolverines Stress Defense;
Perry Returns to Safety Post
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan put Zatkoff incurred his injury in
the Wolverin e football team the second period of the prac-
through a light workout yesterday tice fray and sat out the rest{
following a Saturday afternoon of the way.
clash which saw the varsity run Half-back Don Oldham was the
over the reserves, 53-0, in the an- big gun for the Blue team in Sat.
nual Blue-White encounter at the urday's scrimmage as he hit pay-
Stadium. dirt three times. The fleet In-

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Five Spartans Miss Drills;
Illini, Hoosiers, Badgers Hit

In a vigorous but contactless
drill on the Ferry Field turf,
Oosterbaan ran his regular charges
through a defensive drill against
Michigan State plays reeled off
by the redshirts. Tackling was out
for the day as each play was end-
ed by a touch.

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ALL-AMERICA candidate Low-
ell Perry, out of action in Satur-
day's scrimmage due to a pulled
leg muscle, took his position as
safetyman for the first time since
Friday.
The light workout for Perry
came after Oosterbaan had side-
lined the stellar end and line-
backer Roger Zatkoff, who is
also nursing a pulled leg muscle.

There will be a meeting
Thursday at 4 p.m. in the Sports
Building for all men interested
in officiating I-M touch foot-
ball games.
--Dick Dennis
dianapolis senior opened up the
scoring as he returned a punt 70
yards down the far sidelines for'
six points.
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LEFT HALF Ted Kress tallied
twice for the victorious varsity,
while Fred Baer, Bob Hurley, and
Ben Pederson also found paydirt.
Yesterday's session featured a
pass defense drill which saw many
combinations in action.

LOWELL PERRY
. .. back in action

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Rocky Rules
Title Choice
Challenger Marciano
Favored over Walcott
PHILADELPHIA (A) - Young
Rocky Marciano rules a 3 to 2
choice to wrench the world heavy-
weight title from 38-year-old Jer-
sey Joe Walcott tomorrow night in
the same Municipal Stadium where
Gene Tunney upset Jack Dempsey.
just 26 years ago.
Co-promoters Jim Norris and
Herman Taylor expect a crowd of
50,000 and a gate between $550,000
and $600,00 for the biggest heavy-
weight promotion since the Joe
Louis-Walcott return.
THE WEATHER forecast calls
for a cool, cloudy day with tem-
peratures in the 60s.
There will be no home televi-
sion or radio of the bout, sched-
uled for 9:00 p.m. EST. How-
ever a record number of some
50 theaters in 31 cities will
screen the show on a coast-to-
coast theater television network.
Like Tunney-Dempsey this too
is a battle of youth against a vet-
eran. But this time it's the 28-
year-old challenger who weaves
out of a Dempsey-like crouch
against a boxer-puncher champ.
FEW EXPECT this contest to
go the 15-round limit for each man
packs a KO punch in either hand.
In fact, they're betting about 21'
to 1 it won't go the route.

EAST LANSING--A)--The sick
list was causing some concern to-
day at the Michigan State foot-
ball camp.
There were five absentees from
practice today, two members from
the defensive squad and three
from the offense. It still is un-
certain whether all five will be
ready for action against Michigan
Saturday. ,
FROM THE defense, tackle Lar-
ry Fowler of Lansing is out with
a knee injury and guard Henry
Bullough is limping from an ankle
injury.
Alex Bleahu, a sophomore
tackle, has been filling in for
Fowler and Howard Adams, a
guard from Jackson, has been
the replacement for Bullough.
In the offensive line, guard
Frank Kush also is bothered by
an ankle injury. End Doug Bobo
is still recovering from a back in-
jury and tonsilitis attack that kept
him hospitalized last week.
Ferris Hallmark of Flint has
been substituting for Kush and
Ellis Duckett, also from Flint
has been Bobo's replacement.
Quarterback Willie Thrower,
bothered by bruised ribs, is an-
other who has been missing a lot
of workouts during the past week.
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LINEBACKER LOST
CHAMPAIGN, Inn.-(A)-Line-
backer Joe Holloday may be lost
to the Illinois football team for
All sophomore candidates for
football manager report to Fer-
ry Field at 3:00 p.m. today.
-Gerry Dudley
Saturday's opener here with Iowa
State because of a campus acci-
dent.E
Holloday stumbled in front of
his fraternity house Sunday night
and sprained his knee and ankle.
The team physician said it was
unlikely he could play Saturday.
Instead, Herb Borman will start
at left linebacker with 1950 let-
terman Joe Hall at right.
GOPHERS DRILL
MINNEAPOLIS -UP) - The
University of Minnesota Goph-
ers Monday focussed their at-
tention on Washington's Hus-
kies, their opponents in the sea-
son's opener at Seattle Satur-
day.
After listening to scouts' re-
ports on the Washington eleven,
the Gophers worked against
Washington pass plays. Coach
Wes Fesler emphasized rushing
the passers.
VOIGHTS DISSATISFIED
EVANSTON, Ill. - (AP) - Coach
Bob Voights Monday expressed
dissatisfaction with Northwest-
ern's intrasquad game scrimmage
Saturday, and spent the week's
first practice session mostly re-
hearsing plays.
"About 90 per cent of the plays
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used Saturday went wrong."
Voights said. He added that the
Wildcats must improve immense-
ly to stand a chance against
Southern California's Trojans next
Friday night.
HOOSIER END OUT
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-.P1)-
Bob Inserra, regular defensive
end for two seasons who was-
being groomed for offensive
work, Monday was lost to the
Indiana University football
squad for the entire season.
The team physician announc-
ed Inserra suffered a kidney in-
jury in scrimmage Saturday.
Sophomore Nate Bordon, con-
verted from tackle to end in the
thin I.U. squad, was promoted
to first offensive end.
PURDUE PREPARES
LAFAYETTE, Ind.- () -Pur-
due's football squad was told Mon-
day that Penn State showed de-
fensive strength in its 20-13 vic-
tory over Temple last Saturday-
The Purdue offensive, to be
tested at Temple Saturday, then
was given a brisk workout.
BADGERS GNAWED
MADISON, Wis. - (A) - Erv
Andrykowski, a senior slated to
start at right end for Wiscon-
sin against Marquette Saturday,
won't play in the game because
of injuries, it was announced
Monday.
Jim Temp, a LaCrosse sopho-
more, will replace Andrykowski.
IOWA HAS IT EASY
IOWA CITY, Ia.-(T)--The Iowa
Hawkeye football squad took it
easier Monday.
The backfield for the first of-
fensive team ran signals, the first
defensive team went through a
mock scrimmage against Pitts-
burgh plays.

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