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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1953

I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGEI

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI

'Storybook Finish'

Adds Drama to Great Grid Series

MSU A waits 'M' Score;
UCLA Battles for Bowl

4

By The Associated Press
Michigan State will throw two
separate teams against Marquette
in the Spartan football finale to-
day in Macklin Stadium at East
Lansing.
Coach Duffy Daugherty plans to
reshuffle his usual starting line-
up in order to play as many sen-
iors as possible. He'll have 10 sen-
iors starting.
"We're making no concession to
Marquette in starting our seniors,"
Daugherty said. "They're all good
football players and have long
since earned the right to start the
final game."
Daugherty said he was certain
his players would be concentrating
All-Americans
Michigan's Ron Kramer, Ohio
State's Howard Cassady and
Michigan State tackle Norm
Masters were named yesterday
to the Newspaper Enterprise of
America (NEA) news service's
1955 All-American first team.
on trying to beat Marquette to
make it an 8-1 season, although
they are sure to have one ear

cocked for announcements over
the public address system for word
on the Ohio State-Michigan game.
A victory for "Hopalong" Cassady
and crew would put MSU into the
Rose Bowl again.
The weatherman predicted clear
skies at Los Angeles, where UCLA
meets Southern California in re-
newal of their bitter backyard
rivalry which this time affects the
Rose Bowl ambitions of ULCA.
UCLA, fifth ranked nationally
and beaten only by Maryland,
must win to clinch the host berth
at Pasadena. A loss could throw
the honor in the directon of Ore-
gon State, if the Webfoots best
Oregon at Eugene today.
Iowa Tests Notre Dame
In other leading Midwest clashes,
Notre Dame takes on traditionally
tough Iowa at South Bend and In-
diana and Purdue battle for the
"Old Oaken Bucket" at Bloom-
ington. Wisconsin is at Minnesota
and Northwestern entertains Ill-
inois in other Big Ten finales.
Orange Bowl contestants Ok-
lahoma and Maryland are each
favored by 20 points over Nebraska
and George Washington, respec-
tively.

Spartan Coach
'Matches' Wits
The following was spotted in F
Lyall Smith's sports column in
Thursilay's Detroit Free Press:
"How does Coach Duffy Daugh-
erty feel about State's chances of
getting into the Rose Bowl? 'The
issue is out of our hands now,' he
stewing about it. We are just tak-
ing everything in stride _
And with that, he reached into A
his pocket, pulled out a pencil,
stuck it in his mouth, and used up
three matches trying to light the
darned thing,"::.... ..:.. :°

-Daily--Sam Ching
MICHIGAN is a study in determination at the end of yesterday's spirited drills.

Wolverines
Hold 34413
Series Lead
The record books indicate why
the 51-game rivalry between Mich-
igan and Ohio State is one of the
longest and most colorful in all of
collegiate football history:

GRID SELECTIONS]
GAMES OF THE WEEK
Consensus (71-34-.676) Selections Appear in Capitals

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

Ohio State at MICHIGAN 8. PITT at Penn State
AUBURN at Clemson 9. PURDUE at Indiana
California at STANFORD 10. Rice at TEXAS CHRISTIAN
Harvard at YALE 11. SO. METHODIST at Baylor-
ILLINOIS at Northwestern 12. Syracuse at WEST VIRGINIA
Iowa at NOTRE DAME 13. TENNESSEE at Kentucky
Marquette at MICH. STATE 14. UCLA at Southern Cal.
15. WISCONSIN at Minnesota

WHAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS BE?
... "A Midsummer-Night's Dream," III, ii, 116
HE'S NOT HUMAN:
visitors Win New Fan
By STEVE HEZLPERN1

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1897 Michigan
1900 Michigan
1901 Michigan
1902 Michigan
1903 Michigan
1904 Michigan
1905 Michigan
1906 Michigan
1907 Michigan
1908 Michigan
1909 Michigan
1910 Michigan
1911 Michigan
1912 Michigan
1918 Michigan
1919 Ohio State
1920 Ohio State
1921 Ohio State
1922 Michigan
1923 Michigan
1924 Michigan
1925 Michigan
1926 Michigan
1927 Michigan
1928 Ohio State
1929 Ohio State
1930 Michigan
1931 Ohio State
1932 Michigan
1933 Michigan
1934 Ohio State
1935 Ohio State
1936 Ohio State
1937 Ohio State
1938 Michigan
1939 Michigan
1940 Michigan
1941 Michigan
1942 Ohio State

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Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Michigan
Michigan
Ohio State
Michigan
Ohio State
Ohio State
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State;
Michigan

JIM FOX
.. graduating guard

* * * *
FINAL SELECTIONS
DICK CRAMER (72-33--.686) - Michigan, Auburn, Stanford,
Yale, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas'
Christian, Southern Methodist, West Virginia, Kentucky, UCLA, Wis-
consin.
* * * *

ALAN EISENBERG (71-34-.676) - Michigan, Auburn,
ford, Yale, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue,'
Christian, Baylor, West Virginia, Tennessee, UCLA, Minnesota.

Stan-
Texas

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Team Records

MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN

.. 42
14
.. 26
.. 14
.. 14
.. 33
.. 30
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MISSOURI .. 7
MICH. STATE 7
ARMY ........2
NWSTRN .... 2
MINN........13
IOWA ....... 21
ILLINOIS ... 25
INDIANA .... 0
77
NEBRASK . 20
STANFORD . 6
ILLINOIS ... 12
DUKE........20
WISCONSIN . 16
NWSTRN ... 0
INDIANA ... 13
IOWA........10
97

OHIO
OHIO
OHIO
OHIO
OHIO
OHIO
OHIO
OHIO

STATE 28
STATE 0
STATE 27
STATE 14
STATE 26
STATE 49
STATE 20
STATE 20
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LSU Students,
Develop'Clve
Cheer System
A new system to boost the spirit
of the football team has been de-
vised by LSU.
When LSU played Maryland,
the cheerleaders felt that some
sort of cheering section was need-
ed to boost the morale of the team.
The game was to be played at
Maryland so not many of the stu-
dents were able to attend.
Cheer While Listening
This did not stop the cheerlead-
ers. They met with the cheering
section in their stadium at LSU,
and gave out with the cheers as
if they were watching the game.
Actually they were listening to the
broadcast of the game.
It seems that they had hooked
up speakers to the stadium at
Maryland and the voices from
LSU were heard by all at the
game.
An electrical hook-up had thus
accomplished the feat of bringing
the cheers to the team although
the students were not able to at-
tend. An away game could not
quench LSU's school spirit.
NHL HOCKEY SCORE
Chicago 6, Boston 1
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

* * * *
JOHN HILLYER (68-37-.648) - Michigan, Clemson, Stanford,
Yale, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Rice, Southern.
Methodist, West Virginia, Kentucky, Southern Cal., Wisconsin.
* * * *
JACK HORWITZ (66-39-.629) - Michigan, Clemson, Stan-
ford, Yale, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas
Christian, Southern Methodist, West Virginia, Kentucky, UCLA,
Wisconsin.
* * * a
JIM DYGERT (65-40-.619) - Michigan, Auburn, Stanford, Har-
vard, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas
Christian, ,Southern Methodist, West Virginia, Tennessee, UCLA,
Wisconsin.
DAVE GREY (65-40-.619) - Michigan, Auburn, Stanford, Yale,
Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas Christian,
Southern Methodist, West Virginia, Tennessee, UCLA, Wisconsin.
s* * .
DAVE BAAD (64-41-.610) -Michigan, Auburn, California, Yale,
Illinois, Notre -Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Indiana, Texas Christian,
Southern Methodist, Syracuse, Kentucky, UCLA, Wisconsin.
JIM BAAD (64-41-.610)-Michigan, Auburn, Stanford, Yale,
Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas Christian,
Southern Methodist, West Virginia, Kentucky, UCLA, Wisconsin..
PHIL DOUGLIS (64-41-.610) - Michigan, Auburn, Stanford,
Yale, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas Chris-
tian, Southern Methodist, West Virginia, Tennessee, UCLA, Wisconsin.
DAVE RORABACHER (64-41-.610) - Michigan, Clemson, Stan-
ford, Yale, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas
Christian, Baylor, West Virginia, Tennessee, UCLA, Wisconsin.
* * * *
STEVE HEILPERN (62-43-.590) - Michigan, Auburn, Stan-
ford, Yale, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Pitt, Purdue, Texas
Christian, Southern Methodist, West Virginia, Tennessee, UCLA,
Wisconsin.

Michigan has its Wolverine,
Northwestern has its Wildcat, and
Ohio State has its Buckeye.
Buckeye?
What in the name of Howard
Cassady is a Buckeye?
According to Mr. Webster, a
buckeye is a form of a chestnut, a
tree highly prevalent in Ohio many
years ago. Seems silly, then, to
wave a banner decorated with a
nut, and a commercial one at that.
So our friends fi'om Columbus
were faced with a big problem-
how to sport a school emblem that
wouldn't be considered a refresh-
ment.
Klem to the Rescue
Last year someone came to the
rescue of this famous educational
center in Ohio. His name is Bill
Klem (not the Klem of "I call's-
em-the-way-I-see-em" fame-just
an ordinary graduate of Ohio State
University).
Klem, an artist in North Ameri-
can's field service group at Los
Angeles' International Airport,
perked up when he noted the
familiar little drawing of Tommy
Trojan, Southern California's prize
artistic contribution to civiliza-
tion. This was about a year ago.
Klem designed an Ohio State
mascot to be known as "Bill Buck-
I-Rooter". The new mascot is a
little guy with big feet, wearing
a raccoon coat that collars right
under his ear lobes and reaches to
his instep. A pork pie hat, com-
plete with "OSU" feather in the
band, not only sits on top of his
head, but slips down to a nose that
any bloodhound would give a mil-
lion bucks for, even if it only had
one nostril.
Something Blurry ...
Over the right shoulder is drap-
ed a pennant with a big "O" on it.

In his right hand is something
blurry. Altogether it's very nice,
even though it makes no sense
whatsoever.
Klein was taking graduate work
at Southern California when he
dreamed up this masterpiece, and
received little moral support from
his prejudiced classmates. Un-
daunted, Our Hero slapped a copy-
right on "Bill Buck-I-Rooter" and
assigned all profits from sales to
the Ohio State Alumni Association.
Much of the proceeds from decals
and buttons bearing the emblem
were used to help send the Ohio
State Marching Band to the Rose
Bowl, last January 1.
One parting thought: an animal
known as the wolverine loves to
devour chestnuts.
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Ohio State
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Ohio State
Michigan
Ohio State

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Ohio State
Michigan
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Michigan
Ohio State
Michigan

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" beccause It's
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Michigan-Won 33, Lost 14, Tied 4
Total Points-
MICHIGAN ......... 862
OHIO STATE ....... 394

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