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THE IMCHIIGA:1 IDAYLY

FUMAY, OCTOBER 5, 1959,

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY F'RIDAY, OCTOBER 5,1956

WINS 35 OF 48 GAMES:
Michigan Leads MSU Grid Rivals

Rain Halts Series;Second Game

Today

If the past is any indication of igan-MSU football classic has pro-
the present, Michigan will have a duced 35 wins for the Wolverines
big edge over Michigan State whenIand only 10 victories for the Spart-
the two football rivals battle to- ans. Three games ended-in score-
morrow at Michigan Stadium. less ties.
one need look no farther back In the number of total points
thanastearwhekn the Woler-kscored, Michigan again is way
han last year when the Wolver- ahead of State. Throughout the
ines nipped the Spartans, 14-7, to years, the Wolverines have scored
deal the men from East Lansing 1096 points while MSU has count-
their only defeat of the season. ered with just 290.
Michigan State,who went on to After compiling a 7-2-1 record
the Rose Bowl in January, will be in its first 10 meetings with Michi-
seeking vengeance for that loss to- gan State, the Wolverines won
morrow. every game from 1916 to 1933 with
Altogether, since 1898, the Mich- the exception of two ties.

Michigan has held the Spartans
scoreless in 22 of the 48 games to
date, while being shut out only six
times itself.
.The worst trouncing to come out
of the Michigan-Michigan State
series was in 1902, in the days be-
fore the forward pass. The final
score read Michigan 119, Michigan
State 0.
Although Michigan holds a vast
edge in the rivalry, Michigan State
has been strong in recent years
with four of its wins coming in the
consecutive years, 1950-53.

Both Pilots
Hint Shifts
BROOKLYN ({p) - Both managers
propose slight changes in prepara-
tion for the second game of the
World Series.
Casey Stengel said that he might
put Jerry Coleman on second and
shift Billy Martin 'to third. That
would bench third baseman Andy
Carey. Stengel added he also might
play Joe Collins at first base in-1
stead of Bill Skowren, who was
hitless in the opener.
Walt Alston, of the Dodgers
doesn't contemplate any lineup
changes, but states that he might
shift left fielder Sandy Amrros
from eighth to sixth position in
the batting order.
It's an even money bet on to-
day's game.
The Yankees were favored 6-5
originally to take the second game,
but the day's rest is expected to
benefit the Dodgers.

GRID SELECTIONS
After a highly successful first week of predicting, The Daily
Sports Staff has again made its selections for the weekend's football
games.
Joining the three senior editors and five night editors as this
week's guest forecaster is Daily Managing Editor Dick Snyder.
Readers wishing to compete in this week's contest for theater
tickets to the State or Michigan have until noon today to leave their
entries, with the predicted Michigan-MSU score, at the Daily.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Consensus selections appear in capitals)
CONSENSUS (20-0-1.000)

SPECI L PURCHASE
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1. Michigan State at MICHI-
GAN
2. Alabama vs VANDERBILT
3. Arkansas at TEXAS
CHRISTIAN
4. Baylor at MARYLAND
5. Brown at YALE
6. ILLINOIS at Washington
7. Indiana at NOTRE DAME
8. Iowa State at NEBRASKA
9. Oregon State at IOWA
10. Penn State at ARMY

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11. PITTSBURGH at California
12. PURDUE at Minnesota
13. SOUTHERN CAL. at Wis-
consin
14. SOUTHERN METHO-
DIST at Missouri
15. Stanford at OHIO STATE
16. TENNESSEE at Duke
17. Texas Tech vs TEXAS A&M
18. Tulane at NORTHWESTERN
19. WAKE FOREST at Virginia
20. West Virginia at TEXAS

,'Y I _ .;

DAVE GREY (19-1-.950)-Michigan, Vand., TCU, Md., Yale,
Ill., ND, Nebr., Iowa, Army, Pitt., Minn., USC, SMU, OSU, Tenn., Tex.
A&M, Tulane, Wake Forest, W. Va.
STEVE HEILPERN (19-1-.950)-Michigan, Vand., TCU, Md.,
Yale., Ill., ND, Nebr., Iowa, Army, Pitt., Minn., USC, SMU, OSU, Tenn.,
Tex. A&M, Tulane, Wake Forest, W. Va.
JIM.BAAD (19-1-.950)-Michigan, Vand., TCU, Baylor, Yale,
Ill., ND, Nebr., Iowa, Army, Cal., Purdue, Wisc., SMU, OSU, Tenn.,
Tex. A&M, NU, Wake Forest, Texas.
BRUCE BENNETT (19-1-.950)-Michigan, Vand., TCU, Baylor,
Yale, Ill., ND, Nebr., Ore. St., Army, Pitt., Minn., USC, SMU, OSU,
Tenn., Tex. A&M, NU, Wake Forest, Texas.

WALT ALSTON
three more wins?

HANK ROSENBAUM (19-1-.950)-Michigan, Vand., TCU,
lor, Yale, Ill., ND, Iowa St., Iowa, Army, Pitt., Purdue, USC, SMU,
Tenn., Tex. A&M, NU, Wake Forest, W. Va.

Bay-
os,

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AL WINKELSTEIN (19-1-.950)-Michigan, Vand., TCU, Md.,
Yale, Ill., ND. Nebr., Iowa, Army, Pitt., Purdue, USC, SMU, OSU,
Tenn., Tex. A&M, NU, Wake Forest, W. Va.
DICK CRAMER (18-2-.900)-Michigan, Vand., TCU, Md., Yale,
Ill., ND, Nebr., Iowa, Penn. St., Pitt., Purdue, USC, SMU, OSU, Tenn.,
Tex. A&M, Tulane, Wake Forest, Texas.
JOHN HILLYER (17-3-.850)-Michigan, Vand., TCU, Md.,'Yale,
Ill., ND, Nebr., Iowa, Army, Pitt., Purdue, USC, SMU, OSU, Tenn.,
Tex. A&M, NU, Wake Forest, Texas.
GUEST STAFF-(15-5-.750)-DICK SNYDER (Daily Managing
Editor)-MSU, Ala., TCU, Baylor, Yale, Ill., ND, Nebr., Iowa, Army,
Pitt., Minn., USC, SMU, OSU, Tenn., Tex., A&M, Tulane, Wake For-
est, Texas.
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Made to Sell

DON LARSEN
.. . big assignment
Yanks' First
Win Sought
By Larsen
BROOKLYN (')-For the first
time since 1951, rain caused the
postponement of a 'World Series
game yesterday, shelving the sec-
and game between the New York
Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers until today at Ebbets Field.
The weather forecast for Friday
is clear and cool. Yesterday's show-
ers were expected to continue
through the night, but fair weather
is forecast for today.
The postponement was announc-
ed following a conference of Com-
missioner Ford Frick, the oppos-
ing managers and the umpires.
Neither Manager Walt Alston of
The Dodgers, who won Wednes-
day's opener '6-3, nor Manager
Casey Stengel of the Yankees look-
ed upon the postponement as help-
ful or detrimental to their chances.
Both would have preferred, how-
ever, to have played Thursday,
even though the extra day's rest
may be a help to the Dodger
pitching staff, which was over-
There will be an Important
meeting of all freshman and
varsity wrestling candidates,
Monday, Oct. 8, at 4:15 p.m. in
the wrestling room of the I-M
Building.
-Brad Glass
worked during Brooklyn's frantic
finish in the National League pen-
nant race.
Series Moved Back
With the rain, the entire series
schedule is moved back a day.
Now assuming today's weather
will permit play at Ebbets Field,
the first-game in Yankee Stadium
will be played Saturday, with game
No. 4 at the stadium Sunday and,
No. 5, if necessary, there Monday.
If the sixth and seventh games
are necessary, they'll be, played
at Ebbets Field Tuesday and Wed-
nesday.
Both Alston and Stengel stuck
to their original pitching selections
for the game.
Newcombe To Start
Don Newcombe, a big right-
hander with 27 victories in the
regular season, will start for the
Dodgers. Alston said, however, that
the extra day of rest may harm
Newcombe's control. "He pitches
best after three days rest, not
four."
The Yankees' starting pitcher
will be Don Larsen.

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