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ImDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Grid Squad Flies to NU
Tay ThreeRegulars
Out Because of Injuries

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ART WALKER MOVES IN on Northwestern ball-carrier in last
year's meeting with the Wildcats which Michigan won, 20-12.
Wolverine-MSC Grid Contest
Sold Out, Crisler Announces

By JACK HORWITZ
"Injuries, injuries, and more in-
Juries" is the cry of the Wolver-
ine coaching staff as it prepares
to take a 38-man traveling squad
to Evanston, Illinois for the 29th
gridiron clash with the Northwest-
ern Wildcats Saturday.
The team will leave the Michi-
gan Union at 11:00 today and go to
Willow Run Airport. They will
leave Willow Run at noon (EST)
and land in Evanston at 12:10
(CST). Oosterbaan will take his
squad to Dyche Stadium where
they will practice in the afternoon.
Three first stringers weren't on
the traveling roster released by
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan yester-
day afternoon. Halfbacks Ed Hick-
ey and Tony Branoff and center
John Peckham are being left in
Ann Arbor.
Branoff Loosens Up
Branoff was out on the field-for
the third straight day, yesterday
afternoon, but he wasn't in full
uniform and only jogged around
the field.
Hickey hasn't gotten beyond the
training room since he injured his
ribs in the Iowa game last week-
end. Peckham has an injured foot
and didn't even show up for yes-
terday's practice.
The Wolverines worked out in
the rain with practice on both of-
fensive and defensive plays. They
have been holding this type of
practice all week. Oosterbaan was
probably afraid to have a scrim-
mage for fear of more injuries to
the squad.

Jim Bates, who missed all of
last season and part of this season
with injuries and illness, seemed to
to be in condition to play against
the Wildcats. Bates was shaken
up in last week's Iowa tilt but ap-
parently no serious injuries devel-
oped.
Starting Line-up Uncertain
Oosterban is still not certain over
his starting line-up for the North-
western clash. Up front he will
probably have Ron Kramer and
Gerry Williams at the ends; Art
Walker and John Morrow at the
tackles; Captain Ted Cachey and
G. Edgar Meads in the guard
slots; with Bates at center.
In the backfield John Morrow
will start at quarterback if Michi-
gan receives, but Oosterbaan isn't
sure of who will fill the linebacker
spots. George Corey and Dan Cline
will probably play the halfbacks
with Dave Hill or Fred Baer at
f ullback.
The complete traveling squad in-
cludes: Baer, Baldacci, Terry Barr,
Bates, Charles Brooks, Cachey,
Cline, Correy, Clement Corona,
Don Drake, Jim Fox, Ronald Gey-
er, Jerry Goebel, John Greenwood,
Dave Hill, Dick Hill, Earl Johnson,
Stan Knickerbocker, Bill Kolesar,
Kramer, Duncan McDonald, Mad-
dock, Tom Maentz, Bob Marion,
Matulis, Meads, Morrow, Marvin
Nyren, Jim Orwig, Rentschler,
Charles Ritter, Mike Rotunno, Ed
Shannon, Jerry Snider, John Vese-
lenak, Walker, and Gerry Williams.

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GEORGE COREY
... replaces Hickey

Michigan athletic director H.
0. (Fritz) Crisler announced yes-
terday that the Michigan-Michi-
gan State football game at Ann
Arbor Nov. 13 was a sellout.
This makes seven straight years
that all seats have been sold for
this particular game, a good indi-
cation of the hot rivalry between
the two schools.
Crisler said 97,239 seats had
been sold for the contest, which
will climax the home season for
the Wolverines. Last year's hard-
fought battle, which the Spartans

won 14-6, probably had much to
do with attracting the capacity
crowd.
Homecoming Seats Available
In announcing the Wolverine-
Spartan sellout, Crisler empha-
sized that30,000 seats are still
available for the Minnesota Home-
coming game next week. He added
that 40,000 still are on hand for
the Indiana game, October 30,
and 35,000 for the Illinois tilt on
November 6.
Early losses by Illinois probably
account for many of the as yet
vacant seats for that game. The
Illini, usually a very good draw-
ing card, are suffering one of
their worst seasons in recent years.

Fullback Lou Baldacci continued
to work out with the squad. He
has been alternating between the
quarterback and tailback spots on
the offensive plays. Baldacci, who
has been ill for the last two weeks,
is still doubtful as to whether he
will have enough strength to play
Saturday.
The loss of Branoff and Hickey
makes room for two unknown half-
backs, Dave Rentschler and Chuck
Matulis on the traveling squad.
Halfback Tom Hendricks was also
left off the traveling roster.

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By DICK CRAMER
Overshadowed by the Wolverine
grid team, Michigan's soccer squad
will attempt to achieve a measure
of glory this Saturday afternoon
when it opens its fall season at
Bloomington, Indiana against In-
diana University.
The team, striving for varsity
recognition an~d membership in the
Midwestern Intercollegiate Soccer
League, expects to play from five
to seven matches before the end
of the season. Besides Indiana,
they will meet Michigan State
twice and Ohio State and Michi-
gan Normal once. Indiana Tech

and Notre Dame have also been
contacted for possible games. The
first home game will be November
13. All home games are played in
the soccer field, east of the Michi-
gan Stadium.
Last year the Wolverines won
four and tied one in seven games.
The high point of the season was
a victory over Purdue, the subse-
quent winner of the Michigan
League. In two previous meetings
with Saturday's opponent, Indiana,
the soccer men emerged victor-
ious once, and fought -o a tie in the
other contest.
Michigan's probable lineup for

the encounter this weekend will
comprise Ken Ross, goal; Harry
Montague, and Captain Mike Bar-
nard, fullbacks; Dick Booth, Tali
Ceperitis, and Otto Vogl, half-'
backs; and Philip Yen, Don Bar-
clay, Kuo-Chiew Quan, Agah Chin-
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