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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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M' Grid Drill Concentrates,
On Passing, Defensive Play

The Wolverine football squad,
anxious' to disappoint the experts
who have made' them two-touch-
down underdogs in their game
against Michigan State this Sat-
urday, spent yesterday's practice
session putting the finishing
touches on the offense and defense
that Coach Bennie. Oosterbaan
hopes will trip the Spartans.
Michigan's first-string defensive
allignment spent some time work-
ing against a red-shirt offense em-
ploying the MSC straight and
split-T offense. Linebacker Rog-
er Zatkoff, who had been on the
"doubtful starter" list participat-
ed in the half-speed scrimmage.
ALTHOUGH HARD body con-
tact was avoided in order to spare
injuries, it was apparent that the
coaching staff wasn't overly
pleased with the pass defense that
is supposed to stop Biggie Munn's
Tom Yewcic.
On the offense, the Wolverines
worked on their aerial attack.
Here again, the plays were run

in low gear but first-string pass-
ers Ted Topor and Ted Kress
showed up well.
Impressive in the receiving de-
partment were ends Gene Knut-
son and Bob Topp and backs
Frank Howell, Ed Hickey and
Tony Branoff. Another bright
spot in the Maize and Blue of-
Any student interested in.
trying out for the varsity track
team should see Don Canham
or Elmer Swanson any after-
noon this week at Ferry Field.
--Don Canhamn
fense was the spinning and ball
handling of the first string back-
field especially Messrs. Topor and
Fred Baer.
Baer, the compact sophomore
fullback shapes up as the long-
sought "spinner" that Oosterbaan
and his backfield specialist George
Ceithaml have been on the look-
out ever since Jack Weisenberger
left Ann Arbor.

Fourth
NY Sweeps WOl
Two Games M
From BosoxD
in a foot
Indians Shutout If you
l there's
White Sox, 6-0 Saturday
97,000 o
BOSTON (P)- The New York tween a
Yankees extended their first place Michiga.
lead over the Cleveland Indians 46th gam
to two games and practically
clinched their fourth straight A YE.
American League pennant Michiga
Wednesday, by beating the Boston picked t
Red Sox in a doubleheader, 3-2 Spartan
in 10 innings and 8-6.- vorites w
The Indians, after blanking the ble "char
Chicago White Sox, 6-0, found
themselves with only two more For w
games to play while the defend- whistle
ing champions have four, one scarred
more here and the others with the hopped
Philadelphia Athletics. carved
* * * whitewa
MUCH OF Wednesday's Yan- Wester,
kee success was due to switch hit-
ting Mickey Mantle. pitis
Mantle decided the overtime Thepnt in
opener, which was protested by defeated
Manager Lou Boudreau, by number
tripling after Irv Noren opened while t
the 10th with a double against their fi:
relief pitcher and loser Dizzy 1936, an
Trout.
In the sixth inning Mantle
doubled against starter Ellis Kin- COAC
der to drive in Noren with the letterme
first New York run of the day. All-Ame
* * * Bob Car
MANTLE's second-game clout- mentor;
ing-a single, another two-bagger remainir
and a three-run homer-provided outrushe
half the Yankee runs. to minuE
The Yankees had only a 1-0 Capt
lead in the opening game when house o
Dom DiMaggio singled to short heuse
center in the sixth. the se
Mantle fielded that blopper, and the Ma
when he saw that DiMaggio had dirt ei
over-run first base, he whipped a the yea
one-bounce throw to Joe Collins up 270
and nailed the runner. oppone
The1
THE PLAY CAUGHT first base wound u
Umpire Bill Grieve with his back gainedi
turned and Boudreau stormed net aver
from his dugout after Umpire Lar-
ry Napp ruled out DiMaggio. FULL]
The Yankees threatened to run ted MSC
away with the second game, way thrc
Hank Bauer got the Yankees a two-y
rolling with a two-run single in talled 3
the first inning, Gil McDougald a nine-
lashed a two-run homer in the
third and Mantle his 22nd cir- Held
cuit smash of the season with defens
Collins and Phil Rizzuto aboard ground
in the fourth.

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u ever try to pick a winner
tball game?
want to go out on a limb,
ample opporutnity this
y in Ann Arbor. You and
thers have a choice be-
rch-rivals Michigan and
n State which meet in the
ne of a long series.
* * *
AR AGO next Saturday,
n football fans who had
the Wolverines over the
s realized that their fa-
xere no longer the invinci-
mpions of the West."
when the final blast of the
blew in the battle-
Michigan Stadium,
-up Michigan State had
out a hard-earned 25-0
ashing over the former
n Conference titans.
contest marked a turning
the road to football glory.
artans went on to an un-
, untied season and a
two national ranking,
the Wolverines suffered
rst losing season since
d were unrated nationally.
* * *
H BIGGIE MUNN lost 14
n by graduation including
ricans Don Coleman and
rey, but the shrewd MSC
still has many standouts
ng from the squad that
ed the Wolverines by 249
s 23 in the 1951 scramble.
ain Don McAuliffe, work-
of last year's team, scored
cond six-pointer against
ize and Blue and hit pay-
ght other times during
ar as the Spartans racked
tallies to 114 for their
nts.
.90-pound Chicago senior
up with a total of 566 yards
in 124 rushes for a 4.6
rage.
* * *
BACK VINCE Pisano net-
C's fourth touchdown mid-
ough the fourth period on
ard quick opener, and to-
47 yards in 94 rushes over
game span.
scoreless by Michigae's
se, back Dick Panin
out 507 yards last sea-

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son including an 88-yard scamp-
er against Notre Dame for a
lofty 6.8 average.
Munn has dropped just one
game in two seasons, and has tak-
en two in a row from his Michi-
gan alma mater. But he will be
going against an upset tradition
which has seen the Michigan
State entry win just 8 of 44 con-
tests with its Ann Arbor advesary.

If you like to pick a winner by
consulting statistics, the follow-
ing data may be enlightening. The
Spartans rushed in 1951 for 2645
yards, while Michigan's offense
netted 1226.
The experts are picking MSC
for the top team in the country.
Michigan is again rated low in the
Big Ten. Can you pick a winner?

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GRID SELECTIONS
Something new has been added.
The nine-man panel which constitutes the Michigan Daily
board of grid experts has finally been prevailed upon to make
their astute selections public each week.
The writers who are risking their necks are otherwise known
as the three senior editors and six night editors of the Daily
sports staff.
GAMES OF THE WEEK
(Consensus Selections Appear in Capitals)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

MICH. STATE at Michigan
Iowa State at ILLINOIS
Marquette at WISCONSIN
Indiana at OHIO STATE
Minnesota at WASHINGTON
Northwestern at SOUTH. CAL.
Columbia at PRINCETON
15. TEXAS at

8. IOWA at Pitt
9. PURDUE at Penn State
10. TEXAS CHRISTIAN at UCLA
11. Notre Dame at PENN
12. Wash. State at STANFORD
13. Duke at SOUTH. METHODIST
14. NAVY at Yale
North Carolina

DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING QUICK RESULTS

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SELECTIONS
ED WHIPPLE (0-0-.000)-Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Minne-
sota, USC, Princeton, Iowa, Purdue, UCLA, Notre Dame, Stanford,
Duke, Navy, Texas
DICK SEWELL (0-0.000)-MSC, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Minnesota,
USC, Princeton, Iowa, Purdue, TCU, Penn, Washington State,
SMU, Navy, Texas
JOHN JENKS (0-0-.000)-MSC, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Washing-
ton, USC, Princeton, Iowa, Purdue, TCU, Penn, Stanford, SMU,
Navy, Texas
DICK LEWIS (0-0-.000)-MSC, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Minnesota,
USC, Princeton, Pitt, Purdue, TCU, Penn, Stanford, SMU, Navy,
Texas
IVAN KAYE (0-0-.000)--Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Wash-
ington, USC, Princeton, Iowa, Purdue, UCLA, Notre Dame, Wash-
ington State, Duke, Navy, Texas
BOB MARGOLIN (0-0-.000)-MSC, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Wash-
ington, USC, Princeton, Pitt, Purdue, UCLA, Penn, Stanford,
SMU, Navy, North Carolina
ED SMITH (0-0-.000)-Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Minne-
sota, USC, Princeton, Iowa, Purdue, UCLA, Notre Dame, Stan-
ford, SMU, Duke, Texas
NEIL BERNSTEIN (0-0-.000)-MSC, Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Wash-
ington, Northwestern, Princeton, Pitt, Purdue, TCU, Penn, Stan-
ford, Duke, Navy, Texas
PAUL GREENBERG (0-0-.000) - MSC, Illinois, Wisconsin, O§U,
Washington, USC, Princeton, Iowa, Purdue, TCU, Notre Dame,
Washington State, Duke, Navy, Texas

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