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SATURDAY, OCTOBjM 20,1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY. OCTOBEIL ZO. 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAItY 1'~GE ~WW

Michigan's

Starting

Lineup

Against

orthwestern

JIM VAN PELT TERRY BARR JOHN HERRNSTEIN
... quarterback . * . right halfback ... fullback

RON KRAMER TOM MAENTZ
*. . left end . . . right end

JIM PACE-Michigan tailback, who is expected to start for the second week In a row, runs against
Northwestern in last year's game in Ann Arbor.
USC vs. Washington Is Top PCC Game;
TCU Battles Texas Aggies in Southwest

DICK HILL MARV NYREN
...left guard ... right guard
Th irteen Head Coaches,
Produced by Michigan

Today finds the majority of col-
lege teams throughout the nation
getting down to the business of
taking on teams in their own con-
ferences after a spree of intersec-
tional and non-league games t
open the campaign.
Some of the most interesting
action will take place on the
Pacific Coast, where there are
four games scheduled that will
have a direct bearing as to who
will be the PCC's titlist.
Trojans Undefeated
The top game is the Washington
at Southern Cal encounter in the
Los Angeles Coliseum. The Tro-
jans are undefeated and have
visions of remaining that way for

the remainder of the year, but the
Huskies are strong.
Stanford meets a weak Oregon
team, but can't afford to relax be-
cause of the suicide schedule they
have left. Other West Coast games
are Oregon State at Washington
State and UCLA at California.
Football fans in the southwest
are looking toward the Texas
Christian-Texas A&M battle to-
day as being that sector's game of
the year. TCU is undefeated and
their running game features the
flying feet of Jim Swink and Ken
Wineburg.
Pardee Doubtful Starter
Bear Bryant's Aggies were tied
by a surprising Houston eleven last

By BRUCE BENNETT
Ever wonder how many Michi-
gan graduates are currently coach-
ing football in the college ranks?
The number of head coaches is
thirteen, ranging from schols the
size of Michigan all the way down
to little Wesleyan University at
Middletown, Conn., a school of 750
men, where Norm Daniels, '32, is
the coach.
The number one graduate, grid-
iron wise, is of course, Bennie
Oosterbaan. A great three sport
athlete in the mid-twenties, Oost-
erbaan has been head coach at his
alma mater since 1948. During
that time, up to today's game, his
teams have won 51, lost 24 and
tied two.
Friedman at Brandeis
A great teammate of his, Benny
Friedman, is a veteran in the
college ranks. Currently coaching
at Brandeis University in Massa-
chusetts, Friedman is a veteran of
13 years a a coach.
One of the best quarterbacks in
Michigan history, it was Fried-
man's passes to Oosterbaan that
made Michigan a powerhouse dur-
$100,000 Suit
Settled by NFL.
PHILADELPHIA (,)-A $2,100,-
000 damage suit brought against
the National Football League and
its member clubs by the former
Liberty Broadcasting System, Inc.,
of Dallas, Tex., was settled yes-
terday for $100,000.
Under the terms of the settle-
ment, the trustees of the bankrupt
Liberty Broadcasting System will
receive $60,000 from the league at,
once and the remaining $40,000 by
Jan. 7 of next year.
The suit was started when the
Liberty system accused the pro-
football league of unlawfully pre-
venting the broadcast of its games
in the home territories of NFL
teams.

ing the twenties. Veteran footballl
followers will recall Friedman'si
field goal that supplied Michigan
with a 3-0 margin over Illinois and
Red Grange in 1925.
It is no coincidence that Fried-'
man currently has one of the top
passing quarterbacks in the east
on his team in Jim Stehlin.
Iowa Mentor 'M' Grad
Another great Wolverine quart-I
erback now coaching is Forest Eva-
shevski, '41, now at Iowa. "Evy"
cleared the way for the long runs
of Tom Harmon and Bob Westfall
during his playing days and has
held a head coach's job for the
past seven years.
Several of the small colleges in
Michigan are coached by Michi-
gan graduates. Jack Petoskey, left
end on Michigan's national cham-
pion team in 1932, is Western
Michigan's mentor. Others are
Alan Bovard, '30, at Michigan
Tech andl Fred Trosko, '40, at
Eastern Michigan in Ypsilanti.
Elliott at Nebraska
Pete Elliott, who graduated from
Michigan only seven years ago,
has already ascended the ladder to,
a big time school-Nebraska. A,
great all around athlete in his
undergraduate days, Elliott played,
on Fritz Crisler's Rose Bowl cham-
pions in 1948. Before taking the
Nebraska job, he served as an as-
sistant to Bud Wilkinson at Okla-
homa for several years.
The Yankee Conference in New
England boasts two Michigan
alums, Bob Ingalls, '42, at Con-
necticut and Harold Westerman,
'42 at Maine.
Which coach has the better team
this year will be determined at
Storrs, Conn., today when these
two schools meet. Ingall's Con-
necticut team defeated Massachu-
setts last Saturday, 71-6.
Delaware is piloted by Dave Nel-
son, '42. Two other Michigan men
coaching in collegiate circles are
George Allen, '47, at Whittier,
Calif., and Ralph Kohl, '48, at
Franklin, Ind.

week and there is some doubt as to
whether their pile driving fullback,
Jack Pardee, injured last weekend,
will be ready. But the Aggies have
the home field advantage.
The Auburn-Georgia Tech match
will feature action in the South,
but some other top-notch games
will bring together Tennessee and
Alabama, Vanderbilt and Florida,
Mississippi and Tulane and SMU
and Kentucky.
Teacher vs. Pupil
An interesting game may prove
to be the Maryland-North Caro-
lina encounter. This will be one
of those teacher (the Tarheels Jim
Tatum) vs. pupil (Maryland's
Tommy Mont) games, with both
teams holding back nothing in an
effort to win. Each has nothing to
lose and everything to gain.
The best the East has to offer
this weekend is the Army-Syracuse
contest and it should be a good
one.
And out on the plains, Oklahoma
travels to Kansas today. The
Sooners beat Kansas 44-6 last
year. They beat Texas too, 20-0
and this year increased the margin
to 45-0. A similar percentage in-
crease would give the Sooners an
85-point spread today. - Don't
laugh!

Despite the fact that Michigan
is heavily favored to beat North-
western today, past history shows
that the game will more than

1951 NU 6 'M'
1952 M' 48 NU
1953 'M' 20 NU

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1955 M'
MICHIGAN

7 NU
14 NU
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1892 NU
1893 'M'
1898 'M'
1901 M'
1917 NU
1919 'M'
1924 'M'
1925 NU
1932 'M'
1933 'M'
1934 NU
1936 NU
1937 NU
1938 'M'
1940 'M'
1941 'M'
1942 'M'
1943 'M'
1944 'M'
1945 'M'
1946 'M'
1947 'M'
1948 'M'
1949 NU
1950 'M'

be a runaway.
10 'M'
72 NU
6 NU
29 NU
21 'M'
16 NU
27 NU
3 'M'
15 NU
13 NU
13 'M'
9 'M'
7 'M'
0 NU (Tie)
20 NU
14 NU
34 NU
21 NU
27 NU
20 NU
14 NU (Tie)
49 NU
28 NU
21 'M'
34 NU

MIKE ROTUNNO AL SIGMAN JIM ORWIG
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Wolverines Hold Edge in NU Series

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By The Associated Press
MIAMI, Fla. - Coach Wally
Butts had his "pore lil' Georgia
boys" keyed up to a fighting pitch
last night and the Bulldogs shock-
ed 42,682 Orange Bowl fans by
battling Miami's heavily favored
Hurricanes to a 7-7 deadlock.
Jefferson Davis, a lanky half-
back from Alabama, gave Georgia
a 7-0 lead in the first period by

the air and with its running at-
tack, walloped Virginia Military
last night, 40-14 in a Southern
Conference football game at Grif-
fith Stadium.
It was the fourth win in five
games for the unbeaten Colonials,
who were tied last week by Boston
University, and the fourth loss in
six games for VMI.
* * *

latching on to a Miami punt and Prep Game of Year
faking a host of Hurricane tacklers FLINT -Flint Northern, the
off their feet in a beautiful 58- state's No. 1 high school football
yard touchdown run. A desperate team, edged second-ranked Bay
last-quarter drive by the Hurri- City Central 24-21 in the state's
canes evened the count. "prep game of the year."
* * * A 22-yard field goal in the first
Colonials Still Undefeated quarter was the difference as pow-
WASHINGTON--George Wash- erful Northern edged an equally-
ington University's Colonials, un- potent Bay City Central crew be-
corking scoring punches both in fore 15,680 spectators.

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