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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

GRID SELECTIONS
GAMES OF THE WEEK

'Iowans Plot 'M' Upset,'
Claims Hawkeye Editor
Ex-Michigan Stars on Iowa Coaching
Staff Plan Happy Ann Arbor Return
(This is an advance look at the b
Iowa Hawkeyes by the sports editor back Roger Wiegmann from Wav-
of the Daily Iowan.) erly, Iowa.

PRESSED BY HESS:
Nu Sigma Nu Aerials Rip Alpha Rho Chi

(Consensus (23-4)
1. Iowa at MICHIGAN
2. Minnesota at NORTH-
WESTERN
3. Illinois at OSU
4. Purdue at DUKE

selections appear in capitals)
8. Georgia at MARYLAND
9. MISSOURI at Southern Meth-
dist
10. California at PENN
11. OKLAHOMA at Texas
12. Kentucky at LSU
13. Vanderbilt at MISSISSIPPI
14. NAVY at Cornell
ansas at BAYLOR
k * *b

5.
6.
., 7.

Marquette at INDIANA
Wisconsin at UCLA
Texas Christian at MSC
15. Ark

SELECTIONS
DICK BUCK (23-4-.853) -Michigan, Northwestern, OSU, Duke, Mar-
1 quette, UCLA, MSC, Missouri, Maryland, Penn, Oklahoma, LSU,
Mississippi, Navy, Baylor
DAVE BAAD (22-5-.815)--Michigan, Northwestern, OSU, Duke, In-
diana, UCLA, MSC, Maryland, Missouri, California, Oklahoma,
LSU, Mississippi, Navy, Baylor
JIM DYGERT (22-5-.815) - Michigan, Northwestern, OSU, Duke,
Marquette, Wisconsin, MSC, Maryland, SMU, Penn, Oklahoma,
LSU, Vanderbilt, Navy, Baylor
DAVE LIVINGSTON (22-5-.815) - Michigan, Northwestern, OSU,
Duke, Indiana, UCLA, MSC, Maryland, Missouri, Penn, Okla-
homa, LSU, Mississippi, Navy, Baylor
ERIC VETTER (22-5-.815) - Michigan, Northwestern, OSU, Duke,
Marquette, UCLA, MSC, Maryland, Missouri, Penn, Oklahoma,
LSU, Mississippi, Navy, Baylor
IVAN KAYE (21-6-.778)-Michigan, Northwestern, OSU, Purdue, In-
diara, UCLA, MSC, Maryland, Missouri, Penn Oklahonia, LSU,
Mississippi, Navy, Baylor.
PAUL GREENBERG (21-6-.778) - Michigan, Northwestern, Illinois,
Duke, Marquette, UCLA, MSC, Maryland, Missouri, California,
Oklahoma, LSU, Vanderbilt, Navy, Baylor
HANLEY GURWIN (20-7-.741)-Michigan, Minnesota, OSU, Duke,
Indiana, UCLA, MSC, Maryland, SMU, California, Oklahoma,
Kentucky, Mississippi, Navy, Baylor
WARREN WERTHEIMER (20-7-.741) - Michigan, Minnesota, OSU,
Duke, Indiana, UCLA, MSC, Maryland, SMU, Penn, Oklahoma,
LSU, Mississippi, Navy, Baylor
KEN COPP (18-9-.667)-Michigan, Minnesota, OSU, Duke, Indiana,
UCLA, MSC, Maryland, Missouri, Calicornia, Oklahoma, Ken-
tucky, Mississippi, Navy, Baylor

By FRED THOMAS
Sports Editor
The Daily Iowan
IOWA CITY-"Tomorrow will
be the big one for Iowa. If they'
get past Michigan-and why can't
they-you can put the Hawkeyes
down for their first winning sea-
son since 1946."
That's the consensus of opin-
ion here as Coach Forest Evashev-
ski prepares his team for tomor-
row's battle with the Wolverines.
This will be Iowa's first trip to
Michigan Stadium since 1946.

The freshman team also is
loaded with outstanding talent
from the midwest, including all-
state end Burt Bodrine from Mi-
lan, Michigan. Other all-state
frosh came from Illinois, Ohio
and Iowa.
The Iowa coaching staff, which
is 80% Michigan alumni, has been
pointing to this one all year, Eva-
shevski, Bump Elliott, Bob Flora
and Archie Kodros are as eager to
"show the home folks" as the
Hawkeyes are to climb back up

By PHIL DOUGLIS 1
Nu Sigma Nu rolled to an over-
whelming 32-6 troumph over Al-
pha Rho Chi on the passing. arm
of John Hess, who tossed for five!
touchdowns and two extra points
yesterday in a professional fra-
ternity football game.
Hess tossed three payoff passes!
in the first half, two of them to
Ozzie Clark, the other to Bill Dun-
lop. Bob Cary caught a Hess pass
for the extra point on the third
touchdown, and Nu Sigma Nu led
19-6 at the half.
IN THE second half, Hess again
opened up, this time throwing a
45 yard payoff pass to Ray John-

Kappa Kappa defeated Phi RhoS
Sigma, 14-7, as Al McPhail in-
tercepted a pass and ran f or a
touchdown. The game had been
tied at 7-7 at the end of the
regulation time, with Alpha Kap-
pa Kappa's first touchdown
coming on an Ace Mueller to
McPhail pass, and the Phi Rho
Sig score coming on a pass from
Dave Dawson to Roy Correa.
Another low scoring thriller saw
the men of Tau Epsilon Rho edge
out Phi Delta Epsilon, 2-0. Late in

the game, Tau Epsilon Rho scored
a safety when Dave Frazier tagged
Bob Sheckter in the end zone,
after Schekter had intercepted a
Tau Epsilon Rho pass and tried
to run it back.
PI ALPHA Delta scored a close
6-0 win over Alpha Kappa Psi as
Ted Swift fired a 10 yard touch-
down pass to Mac Parker early in
the game.,The teams continued to
battle on even terms throughout
the game with neither squad scor-
ing thereafter.

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EDDIE VINCENT
. . . soph Iowa halfback
Frosh Cinder
Stars Eligible
For I-MTrack
Earl Riskey, Intramural Sports
Director, announced yesterday that
for the first time freshman track
candidates will be permitted to
participate in the residence halls
and fraternity track meets.
Freshman track coach Elmer
Swanson will be available to as-
sist all men in the required prac-
tice runs which participants in
the intramural 440, 880, and mile
runs are required to get in be-
fore the track meets are held.
Swanson will be at the Ferry
Fieldstrack each afternoon be-
tween 3:00 and 5:00 p.m.
The new ruling was broughtl
about by the unusually low number
of freshmen who had come out for
track. The change will encourage
many interested track potentials
to come out for the sport their
freshman year where up to now
they had been reluctant to do so
because of their loss of intra-
mural eligibility.

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the Big Ten victory ladder.

* * * Whitey Piro, former Philadel-
NOT SINCE 1939, when the late phia Eagle end is the only non-
Nile Kinnick led the Hawks to a Michigan graduate on the coach-
6-1-1 season, have Iowa hopes ing staff. Piro graduated from Syr-f

been so high. And for good reason.
The Hawks gave Michigan
State a torrid afternoon two
weeks ago before fumbling away
the game, while last Saturday
they routed Washington State,
54-12.
Evashevski, in his second year
as head coach, is still building.
However, he already has developed
a line which held Washington
State to 13 yards rushing and
Michigan State to 103.
EVIDENCE OF the building pro-
cess is seen in Iowa's all-sopho-
more backfield, the first ever to
start for a Big Ten team. The
quartet comes from four different
states-quarterback Terry Moran
from Chicago, Illinois, left half-
bact Earl Smith from Gary, In-
diana. right halfback Ed Vincent
from Steubenville, Ohio and full-
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Detroit 4, New York 1
Montreal 3, Chicago 0

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Iowa's hopes for an upset to-t
morrow rest on the line's show-
ing. Washington State's players
called the Hawk forwards better
than Southern California's line-
men and Cougar coach Al Kircher
said his passers were "throwing
in self-defense" last Saturday.

The University soccer team
will meet Indiana Saturday
morning at 11:00 in the first
home contest on the soccer field
east of the Stadium.
-Ken Ross
ston, and soon after he again
threw for a touchdown, hitting
Clark in the end zone. Hess's pass
to Bill Forsythe added the extra
point, and made the final score
32-6.
In an overtime contest, Alpha
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WALKER HURT TOO:
O'Shaughnessy Sits Out Final
Wolverine Practice Session

By HANLEY GURWIN
The absence of captain Dick
O'Shaughnessy marked the last
intensive practice session for the
Maize and Blue gridders before
their Big Ten opener against
Iowa's Hawkeyes tomorrow.
O'Shaughnessy, Michigan's first-
string center, sprained his ankle

in Wednesday's scrimmage and
will not see action in tomorrow's
tilt. Sophomore John Morrow,
who has been alternating with
O'Shaughnessy at the vital spot,
will see extra duty along with
John Peckham, another sopho-
more playing his first year af
varsity football.
BESIDES the loss of the Wol-
verine captain, the availability of
Art Walker is still a question-
mark. Walker, who has an injured
knee, played in the first two games
under reduced efficiency and may
not be ready to go against Iowa
tomorrow. However, despite the
hampered limb, Michigan's star
tackle was very much in evidence
at yesterday's practice.
In all probability, Dick Stro-
zewski, who started at tackle
last week against Tulane, will
again take over Walker's spot
in the Michigan lineup.
As is the custom at all Thurs-
day practices, the defensive units
spent a good deal of time per-
fecting their plans for stopping
the opponents' offensive maneu-
vers.
* * *
THIS practically amounted to
stopping Michigan plays for For-
est Evashevski, ex-Michigan great
and now Hawkeye coach, has been
utilizing the Michigan single-wing
as well as the split-T formations
for his squad.
Special emphasis was placed
on punting and place-kicking,
two weak spots in the last two
Wolverine games. Tony Bran-
off, Ted Kress, and Lou Bal-
dacci all took thorough punting
workouts.
The same three, plus Bob Topp
and Don Dugger also took their
turns kicking- placements.. After
kicking for several minutes from
beyond the twenty-yard line, the
squad came in closer and prac-
ticed extra-point conversions from
'the usual distance.

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