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F'R. DAY, OCTOBER 26,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAilY

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Marion Quits as

GRID SELECTIONS
Today is your last chance to enter this week's Grid Picks contestI
All entries must be received at the Daily no later than noon today.
Entry blanks have been provided for your convenience at the main
desk on the second floor of the Student Publications Building.
the winner of this week's contest will receive two free tickets to
either "She Creature" and "It Conquered the World" to be shown at
the State theater or "Bigger Than Life," to be featured at the Michi-
gan.
Be sure to include the score of the Michigan-Minnesota game as
this will be the deciding factor in case of multiple ties.
This week's guest forecaster Is Dave Silver, Business Manager of
the Michigan Daily.
SELECTIONS
(Consensus selections appear in capitals)
CONSENSUS (58-22-.725)

White Sox Manager
Lopez Under Consideration
As Heir To Chicago Position

CHICAGO (P()-Marty Marion
yesterday quit as manager of the
Chicago White Sox, apparently
under pressure, and it was strongly
suspected his successor will be for-
mer Cleveland Indian pilot, Al Lo-
pez.
In resigning with still a year to
go in a two-year contract, Marion
said: "They (White Sox officials)
were not happy with my work."
Lopez was quoted from his Tam-
pa, Fla.,- home that he had not
been approached by the White
Sox, but emphasized he still would
like a job in baseball.
Vice President Chuck Comiskey
of the Sox said, "You might say
Lopez would be on our list of
prospective candidates." He said

a new manager probably would
not be selected for about a week.
Marion's decision came as a
surprise. The former star short-
stop of the St. Louis Cardinals di-
rected the Sox to a second straight
third-place finish in the American
League this year.
He had succeeded Paul Rich-
ards when Richards left for the
Baltimore Orioles after the 1954
season.
The Sox said they would "ful-
fill their obligation to Marion un-
der terms of his 1957 contract."
It was believed Marion was paid
between $30,000 and $35,000 annu-
ally.

AL LOPEZ MARTY MARION
in?... out!

1. Minnesota at MICHIGAN

11. No. Carolina St. at DUKE

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

California at WASHINGTON
Colgate'at YALE
Iowa at PURDUE
KENTUCKY at Georgia
Maryland at TENNESSEE
Miami (Fla.) at TCU
MICHIGAN ST. at Illinois
NAVY at Pennsylvania
NORTHWESTERN at Indiana

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

OKLAHOMA at Notre Dame
Oregon at PITTSBURGH
Oregon St. at UCLA
S. CALIFORNIA at Stanford
Texas at RICE
Texas A&M at BAYLOR
Tulane at GEORGIA TECH
Wake Forest at N. CAROLINA
Wisconsin at OHIO STATE

Baseball writers Choose

DAVE GREY (60-20-.750)--Michigan, Wash., Yale, Iowa, Ky.,
Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, Duke, Okla., Pitt., Ore. St., Stanford, Rice,
Texas A&M, Ga. Tech., No. Carolina, OSU.
STEVE HEILPERN (60-20-.750)- Michigan, Wash., Yale, Pur-
due, Ga., Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, Ind., Duke, Okla., Pitt., UCLA, Stan-
ford, Rice, Baylor, Ga. Tech, No. Carolina, OSU.
* * *
DICK CRAMER (57-23-.713) -Michigan, Calif., Yale, Purdue,
Ky., Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, NU, Duke, Okla., Pitt., UCLA, USC, Rice,
Texas A&M, Ga. Tech, No. Carolina, OSU.
hANK ROSENBAUM (57-23-.713) -Michigan, Wash., Yale, Pur-
due, Ky., Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, NU, Duke, Okla., Pitt., Ore. St.,
USC, Rice, Baylor, Ga. Tech, Wake Forest, OSU.
JIM BA4D (56-24)-.700)-Michigan, Calif., Yale, Purdue, Ky.,
Tenn.; TCU, MSU, Navy, Duke, Okla., Pitt., UCLA, Stanford, Tex.,
Baylor, Ga. Tech, Wake Forest, OSU.
s * s
BRUCE BENNETT (55-25-.688)-Michigan, Wash., Yale, Pur-
due, Ky., Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, NU, Duke, Okla., Pitt., UCLA, USC,
Rice, Baylor, Ga. Tech, No. Carolina, OSU. '
JOHN HILLYER (55-25-.688)--Michigan, Wash., Colgate, Pur-
due, Ky., Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, NU, Duke, Okla., Pitt., Ore. St.,
USC, Rice, Texas A&M, Ga. Tech, Wake Forest, OSU.
AL WINKELSTEIN (55-25-.688)-Michigan, Wash., Yale, Pur-
due, Ky., Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, NU, Duke, Okla., Pitt., UCLA, USC,
Rice, Texas A&M, Ga. Tech, No. Carolina, OSU.
GUEST STAFF (54-26-.675)-DAVE SILVER, Daily Business
Manager-Michigan, Calif., Iowa, Ga., Tenn., TCU, MSU, Navy, Ind.,
Duke, Okla., Pitt., UCLA, Stanford, Rice, Baylor, Ga. Tech, No. Caro-
lina, OSU.

Sten gel as
NEW YORK (A')-Charles Dillon
(Casey) Stengel, who guided his
New York Yankees to a runaway
in the 1956 pennant race, yester-
day was named American League
Manager of the Year in a land-
slide victory.
The cagey "Perfesser" drew 164
of the 207 ballots cast by members
of the Baseball Writers Association
of America. in the annual Associ-
ated Press poll.
The honor climaxed an out-
standing season for the 65-year-
old Stengel, who also regained the
world championship from the
Brooklyn Dodgers after losing the
title in 1955.
Five Time Winner
The. grizzeled manipulator of
lineups 'and exponent of double
talk has received the Manager-of-
the-Year accolade five times, in
the last eight seasons, having won
the award last in 1953. He also
was chosen in 1949, 1950, and
1952.
Five other managers received
recognition.
Paul Richards of Baltimore was
runnerup with 14 votes. He did an
excellent job in steering the patch-
work Orioles to a sixth-place finish
after the experts had tabbed them
for last.
Marty Marion collected 13 votes
for piloting the Chicago White Sox
to third place. Trailing the Yanks
by only two games going into July,
the White Sox faltered at that
point to end up 12 games off the
pace.

'o AL Pilot
Bucky Harris and Al Lopez, for-
mer Detroit and Cleveland man-
agers, and Mike Higgins, Red Sox
skipper and last year's winner also
drew scattered votes.
So: Carolina
Fumble Helps
Clemson Win
COLUMBIA, S.C. (R)-Clemson
quarterback Charlie Bussey re-
covered a South Carolina fumble
behind his own goal line with less
than three minutes to play yester-
day to save a 7-0 Atlantic Coast
Conference football victory for
Clemson before 34,000 fans.
South Carolina fullback Don
Johnson, who had been the hero
of a Gamecock drive from its own
22 to the Clemson three, fumbled
away South Carolina's chances for
a tie.
Clemson earned its victory with
a battering ram attack on the
South Carolina line, never once
taking to the air.
Bussey scored the lone touch-
down, sneaking over from inside
the one-yard line.
Bussey also added the point
after touchdown when he took a
bad pass from center and skirted
right end to score.

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