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THE MICHIGAN 1lMAILt

PACE THRTV

THE MICHIGAN IiAiL~ PAGE THREE

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Cooley, Williams, Wenley Win
Opening I- Football Contests,

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Game of the Year?

THE SCRIPT for Saturday says that the colorfully-traditional
Michigan-Michigan State battle might be this fall's game of the
year. A sell-out since July, this contest could be the most crucial one
in deciding which Big Ten team-Ohio State, MSU, Michigan, or
Illinois, is goirg to win the much-sought after Conference champion-
ship.
The Blue chips will be down. Figure it this way: Michigan and
Illinois play seven Western Conference teams; Ohio State and Michi-
gan State play only six. If State wins, it has a good chance of going
undefeated, since it doesn't play the Buckeyes. If Michigan wins, the
Wolverines could take the crown even by beating Illinois and losing
to Ohio State.
There are, of course, many other combinations of outcomes, es-
pecially with Lady Upset smiling and/or leering every weekend.
As the Wolverines concentrate
their efforts this week at Ferry t
Field, there is much looking back ° ff
to Saturday's UCLA encounter to 4
seek some sort of answer as to
just what lies ahead.
Michigan had no trouble with a
weakened UCLA team. State was
quite strong in beating Stanford,
rated one of the best on the West
Coast, 21-7.
Michigan Coach Bennie Ooster
baan called the opener,"' A fairly '
typical . opening game," with a
usual amount of fumbles, defen-
sive mistakes, and general un-
easiness. But behind the statistics,
there are some interesting notes
The Wolverines used just about
as many single wing plays as T-
formation, but starting quarter-
back Jim Van Pelt called mostly .
the former, setting up the solid JIM PACE
running attack of tailbacks Bobshfytibc
Ptacek and Jim Pace. ., shifty tailback
Besides Michigan's impressive running game, there ,was a scent
of new things in passing; and, perhaps, a renewed offensive weapon
here that could make a big difference.
The running of John Herrnstein was also very promising, as was
Terry Barr in his seemingly well-liked new- right half position.
But Michigan was obviously not throwing all its punches against
the Uclans. There were moments also when the Blue-shirted defense
was taking its hard knocks.
Wolverine Defense Needs Polish
PARTICULARLY noticeable were the problems Michigan had in
stopping the short pass. The UCLA single wing also was able to
run through the center of the line for fairly consistent drives. De-
fensively, Michigan right now has a depth problem in the line that
will be troublesome if any serious injuries occur.
Several other individuals seemed strong Saturday; especially de-
fensive signal-caller Mike Rotunno and back Van Pelt, who made
several key tackles to stop the Bruins' ground attack. Kramer was
his top-shape, rock-rugged self and Maentz played another of his
spirited, alert games at end.
Overall, Saturday's result shows a team. of promise and maybe
more. Yesterday's drills were light with part of the time spent hear-
ing the scouting reports on Michigan State. Encouraging was the fact
that there have apparently been no major injury additions.
Pace and end Charlie Brooks have slight muscle strains; tackle
} Willie Smith is nursing a twisted ankle, while Kramer and Van Pelt
have minor hand injuries.
Oosterbaan commented at the start of a busy week yesterday,
"We can't make some of Saturday's mistakes and expect to win against
State." Duffy Daugherty probably is thinking the same thing up in
East Lansing.
So this writer would like to venture the foggy-crystal ball guess
that MSU will be slightly favored to win this Saturday, but that if
Michigan does win, it could well be no upset.

'A'. Squads
Use Passes
In Victories
By BOB BOLTON
I-M Residence Hall "A" football
moved into full swing yesterday as
nine games covered the playing
surface of South Ferry Field.
Because of the advent of a
"B" football league the number
of participants in yesterday's con-
tests was drastically reduced from
what it had been in previous years.
Conybear to Gordon Clicks
In one of the day's hardest
fought games Cooley edged
Strauss, 9-0. An 18-yard pass from
Bruce Conybear to Ed Gordon ac-
counted for the game's only touch-
down. The conversion was made
over the same route.
Earlier in the first half John
Miller had broken in on Frank
Szalwinski of Strauss and trapped
him in the end zone for the Tro-
jans other points.
Williams relied on good defen-
sive work to make a one touch-
down lead stand up as they
squeezed by Anderson, 6-0. Shortly
Maglie Sick
The question as to who will be
Brooklyn's pitcher in the open-
ing game of the world series
tomorrow became further cloud-
ed yesterday when Sal Maglie
came down with an upset stom-
ach.
after the game had begun Quint
Sterling turned left end and
sprinted 25 yards for the tally.
Adams Routed
The day's highest scoring game
featured a 19-0 rout of Adams by
Wenley. Freely employing an open
air attack Wenley's Wayne King
fired three touchdown passes. Dick
LeMay caught two scoring heaves
of five and 30 yards with Bob
Ashton pulling down a 15-yard
pass for the final marker.
In other games Huber downed
Allen-Rumsey, 12-0; Taylor set
down Lloyd, 7-0; Scott crushed
Michigan, 15-2; Kelsey slammed
Reeves, 12-0; Van Tyne defeated
Chicago '6-0, and Green edged
Hayden, 2-0.
OPTIMISTICALLY
we believe
OUR HAIR STYLES
will more than please!
715 N. University

'M' Rated Fifth
By The Associated Press
1. Oklahoma (60)........883
2. Michigan State (17) ....773
3. Georgia Tech (5) .....662
4. Ohio State ....... ..437
5. MICHIGAN (2) ... 420

Three Favorites Upset
As NFL OpensSeason

By PAUL BORMAN

and
IFC present
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.0. .iA .~1V[7t .. . . .
6. Mississippi (5) ........385 Thetop teams in the National
7. Pittsburgh (11) ......357 Football League found their first
8. TCU (1) ............. ..320 Sunday a rather rough afternoon.'
9. Tennessee (3) ...........241 On the top of the upset scale
10. Southern California (1) 205 was the 9-7 win by the Chicagoj
11. Texas A&M - 210, 12. South- Cardinals over the World Cham-
ern Methodist - 67, 13. Illinois and pion Cleveland Browns. All of the
Miami (Fla.) (tie) - 55, 15. Army - Cardinal's points came from the
47, 16. Baylor - 46, 17. Notre Dame talented toe of Pat Summerall,
30, 18. Syracuse and Vanderbilt who booted three field goals, the'
Eleven Perfect Predictions
FeatureFirst -i Picks'

Freshman Chuck Shemely, an
engineering student living in South
Quad's Kelsey House, walkedioff
with the first week's Grid Picks
award.
His prize was two free tickets to
"War and Peace" which will be
showing at the Michigan theater
beginning tomorrow.
Eleven students came in with
perfect slates, picking all 20 games
correctly but Shemely's 40-6 pre-
diction of the Michigan game's
score was closest.
Skiers Obtain
Nearby Slope
"Increased membership and bet-
ter ski conditions are the objects
of this year's ULLR Ski Club"
President John Smith disclosed in
a recent announcement.
The club will start the year with
its organizational meeting tomor-
row at 8 p.m. in the Union.
As a beginning in the club's
efforts to improve skiing condi-
tions, it has obtained the use of
Peach Mountain.
can really be available, we
must have enough enthusiastic
students to help clear the northern
slope of the hill,"
.TT?,DEMW1IT

Entries 'for this week's contest
can be mailed to Grid Picks,
420 Maynard Street or brought to
the main desk on the second floor
of the Daily.

winning one' coming with only 29
seconds remaining in the game.
Another upset came in the form
of a 28-21 Baltimore Colt victory
over the Chicago Bears. The highly
touted Bears were felled by the
spectacular passing of Baltimore
quarterback George Shaw who
completed 19 of 25 passes for 143
yards.
The supposed "have nothings"
of professional football, the Pitts-
burgh Steelers, came up with a
big surprise in their smashing 30-
13 victory over the Washington
Redskins.
Last year's Western Division
Champs, the Los Angeles Rams,
rolled to an easy 27-7 win over
the Philadelphia Eagles.
Stout defensive play, highlighted
by two timely interceptions gave
the Detroit Lions a 20-16 win over
the Green Bay Packers.
The New York Giants scored 17
quick points over a dazed San
Francisco 49er team and coasted
to a 38-21 victory. The Giants
scored the first three times they
laid their hands on the pigskin.
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THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Michigan St. at MICHIGAN
Alabama vs Vanderbilt
Arkansas at Texas Christian
Baylor at Maryland
Brown at Yale
Illinois at Washington
Indiana at Notre Dame
Iowa St. at Nebraska
Oregon St. at Iowa
Penn St. at Army
Pittsburgh at California
Purdue at Minnesota
So. California at Wisconsin
SMU at Missouri
Stanford at Ohio State
Tennessee at Duke
Texas Tech at Texas A&M
Tulane at Northwestern
Wake Forest at Virginia
West Virginia at Texas

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Jack Wardrop
Off British
Olympic Team
L 0 N D O N WP)-Jack Wardrop,
former Michigan varsity swimming
star and holder of three world
swimming records, was taken off
the British team for the Melbourne
Olympics, Sunday night.
Wardrop refused to swim for
Britain in a weekend match against
Hungary, saying he was not yet
fit for international. competition.
Wardrop said that, although he
had been training hard, he didn't
think he would be ready for the
Olympics, and hinted that if the
officials hadn't dropped him, he
would have refused to go to Mel-
bourne anyway.
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