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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1956

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wolverines Host Gophers in Annual Grid

Classic

Injured Barr Should Start;
85,000 To Attend Clash
(Continued from Page 1)
He has improved considerably,
a hip injury earlier in the season, and figures to be on the field for
will not be at full strength for to- the opening kickoff.
day's traditional clash. As for the other 'M' starters, Ron
Borstad, however, may help the Kramer's fractured hand has al-
Gopher cause in A different cap- most completely mended, and Tom
acity. His field goal whipped the Maentz is back in top working
order.
Only one important member of
the Michigan cast may be out ofj
commission against the Gophers-
second-string tackle Willie Smith.
Smith, who picked up an ankle in-
Jury in the early stages of the
campaign, has added a knee mis-
# * hap to his woes and may have to
sit this one out. Jim Davies has
worked out at Smith's position
during the drills this week.
Standout for the visitors' line is
Bob Hobert, a bruising 223-lb.
tackle. The other' tackle is Frank
Youso, who weighs in at a mere
Bob Schultz, who leads Minne-
sota in rushing with a 5.2 yds.-
per-carry average, and Ken Bomb-
ardier, with a 5.0 average, will be
at the halfback posts. Rhody Tusz-
ka, a 195-lb. line-crusher, will
start at the fullback sot..
Both Cox and Dick Larson, who
KEN BOMBARDIER started the year as the Gophers'
. . Gopher halfback number one quarterback, figure to
split the signal-calling chores.
Illini, 16-13 last week, and he will Since Minnesota trainer Oscar
be ready for a similar task today Munson stole the Jug in 1903,
if the opportunity presents itself. Michigan has won it 25 times.
On the Michigan side, all start- Minnesota has triumphed on 12
ers are intact, with the possible occasions, and two games have re-
exception 'of wingback Terry Barr. sulted in ties.
The Grand Rapids senior suffered The Jug will rest on the Michi-
a severe "charley horse" last Sat- gan side of the field today, since
urday against Northwestern, and the Wolverines currently possess
was limping noticeably early this it. Last year, Michigan nipped
week. Minnesota, 14-13, at Minneapolis.

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OSU TRIES FOR RECORD:
Big Ten Teams Face Crucial Battles

GOPHER SEEKS HOLE - Minnesota's Bob McNamara goes
around right end for seven yds. in '55 Brown Jug contest at{
Minneapolis. Moving in for tackle is Mike Rotunno (81) and Al
Sigman (70). Michigan won, 14-13.
Minnesota Game Facts

By BOB BOLTON
Hopes of success and dreams of
glory probably will end today for
at least five Big Ten teams.
With most of the intersectional
tilts out of the way, the Confer-
ence gets down to the serious busi-
ness of deciding champion and
Rose Bowl representative. A de-
feat in today's games will- hurt
the chanches of any team.
This week's contests find Wis-
consin at Ohio State, Michigan.
State at Illinois, Iowa at Purdue
and Northwestern at Indiana, as
well as the Minnesota-Michigan
contest.
A record goes on the line today
at Columbus as Ohio State takes
on Wisconsin. The Buckeyes are
after their 15th straight Confer-
ence victory in an attempt to tie
a mark set by Michigan.
Besides tying the Big Ten vic-
tory string, the Buckeyes would
also like to redeem themselves for
last week's 7-6 defeat at the hands
of underdog Penn State.
Ohio seems well equipped to
beat the Badgers, a team that has
won but one game in four starts
this year. Up to last week's defeat,
the Buckeyes have averaged over
300 yds. a game from scrimmage.
The Badgers will be hard-pressed
to stop the vauntedr Buckeye
ground attack. Up to today's game,
Wisconsin has given up 751,yds.
rushing.
Illinois will try to regain the
victory trail this week after three
straight defeats, but they will
need a miracle to get past Michi-
gan State.
The Spartans, fresh from last{
week's victory over Notre Dame,

are now sitting on top of the na-
tional standings, and a decisive
victory over the fllini will strength-
en their position..
Illini hopes for an upset de-
pend upon their ability to spring
halfbacks Harry Jefferson, who
may miss the game because of in-
jury, and Abe Woodson through
the rugged State line. In four
games to date, Spartan opponents
have managed but 389 yds. rush-
ing.
In another of today's top games,
Iowa seeks its fifth straight win
as it goes against Purdue at La-
fayette, Ind. The Boilermakers
have scored two victories so far
this year as against one defeat
and one tie.
To continue their victory streak,
the Hawkeyes must stop quarter-
back Len Dawson, who has been
the heart of the Boilermaker at-
tack this year. Up to now, Daw-
son has heaved the pigskin for
420 yds. and a completion per-
centage of .514.
In a game which may determine
who will dwell in the Big Ten
cellarthis year, Northwestern goes
against Indiana* at Bloomington,
Ind.
The Hoosiers finally hit on the
victory combination last week
when they edged Nebraska, 19-14.
The win was a very costly one,
however, as quarterback Chick
Chicowski suffered a broken rib
and will be unable to play against
the Wildcats.
Northwestern enters today's tilt
as favorite on the basis of last
week's showing against Michigan.
Halfback Bob Mckeiver, who show-

NBA Clubs
To Launch
Campaigns
By The Associated Press
The National Basketball Assn.
opens its 11th season tonight with
the defending champion Philadel-
phia Warriors meeting Syracuse
in the first game of an Eastern
Division doubleheader at New
York.
All eight NBA clubs are sched-
uled.
Celts Face Knicks
The Boston Celtics and New
York Knickerbockers play the
nightcap in the Madison Square.
Garden twin bill. The Western Di-
vision gets under way at Rochester,
where the champion Fort Wayne
Pistons meet the Royals, and at St.
Louis, where the Minneapolis Lak-
ers plays the Hawks.
Philadelphia, which defeated the
Pistons' four games to one in the
playoff finals last season, is with-
out three-time All-America Tom
Gola, now in the service.
But the Warriors have reclaimed
former Niagara ace Larry Costello
from the service to support vet-
erans Paul Arizin and Neil Johns-
ton and rookie Hal Lear of Temple.
Fort Wayne, picking up Gene
Shue from New York and rookie
Bill Thieben of Hofstra, again have
the veteran crew of Larry Foust,
George Yardley, Mel Hutchins and
Bob Houbregs.

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STARTING LINEUPS

MICH.
87 Kramer
72 Orwig
69 Hill
81 Rotunno
64 Nyren
70 Sigman
85 Maentz
24 Van Pelt
43 Pace
41 Barr
36 Herrnstein

POS. MINN.
LE Jelacic 89
LT Youso 78
LG Burkholder 67
C Maas 55
RG Barrington 65
RT Hobert 76
RE Fairchild 87
QB Cox12
LH Bombardier 41
RH Schultz 21
FB Tuszka 33

troit; WUOM, University of
Michigan; NBC, New York;
WIBM, Jackson; WCCO, Minne-
polis; KUOM, University of
Minnesota; WTCN, Minneapolis;
WLOL, Minneapolis; KSTP, St.
Paul; DKROC, Rochester, Min-
nesota; WBBM, Chicago.

CHICK CICHOWti'SKI
.. Hoosier star sidelined
ed so well last week, will probably
be the big threat to Hoosier hopes.
Recent statistics released by the
Big Ten Service Bureau reveal that
Woodson of Illinois, by running
up a net of 181 yds. against Minn-
esota last week, has taken a com-
manding lead among Conference
ground-gainers.
Michigan fullback John Herrn-
stein, with three touchdowns, leads
the Conference in scoring with 18
pts., topping by five Minnesota's
place-kicker, Ron Borstad.

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MINNESOTA STARS
Bobby Cox .....quarterback
Bob Schultz ...... right half
Ken Bombardier ... left half

EXPECTED ATTENDANCE:
85,000
WEATHER FORECAST:
Mostly fair, high of 57
BROADCASTS: WWJ, Detroit;
WPAG, Ann Arbor; WJR, De-

76 Bob Hobert .... right tackle
Brown Jug
Chronology

place-kicker, Ron Borstad. Bob Houbregs.

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SPORT SHORTS:
Ike Proclaims National Olympic Day

YEAR

MICH.

MINN.

By The Associated Press

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WASHINGTON President
Eisenhower has named today as
National Olympic Day. He urged
the American people to take part
in its observance.
Eisenhower noted in a proclama-
tion yesterday that the Olympic
Games will be held in Australia
starting Nov. 22.
Sees Crew Victory
j CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Tom
Bolles thinks the Yale crew will
continue this year the supremacy
American oarsmen have enjoyed in
the Olympic games since 1920.
"I believe the Yale crew is as
good, well, you'd better say almost
as good, as the Navy crew that won
in 1952," he says, and that is high
praise indeed as it comes from the
Harvard athletic director who is in
the unique position of doubling as
manager of the crew representing
his school's arch rival.
Bolles is a big, raw-boned fellow
with an easy smile. Although di-
rector of athletics and physical
education at Harvard the past five
years, most of his adult life: has
been concerned primarily. with
crews.
He's one of the large number of
University of Washington oarsmen
who drifted eastward to practically
take over in the coaching field in
this part of the country.
"Ed Leader, who came to Yale
in 1922, was the first of the Wash-
ington group to coach back here,"
he said. "The success of the Wash-.
ington oarsmen, and Leader's suc-
cess at Yale, prompted other
schools to employ the Westerners."
* * *
Steelers Levy Fines
PI'ITSBURGH -- The Pitts-
r-

burgh Steelers confirmed yesterday
that Coach Walt Kiesling slapped
probationary fines of $100 to $200
on at least a dozen players follow-
ing the Steelers 38-10 loss to the
New York Giants last Sunday.
A spokesman for the National
Football League club said Kiesling
ordered the fines for what he
termed "indifferent" play.
* * *
Lakers Get Dukes
NEW YORK - The New York
Knickerbockers of the National
Basketball Assn. yesterday traded
seven-foot Walter Dukes and their
rights to Olympic player Burdy
Haldorson to the Minneapolis
Lakers for veteran Slater Martin,
serviceman Jerry Bird and a player
to be named at a later date.
Dukes, former Seton Hall All-
America, was suspended two weeks
ago for not showing up for early
practice.
* * *
High School Hero
POWHATAN, Va. - Halfback
Archie Goodwyn, weak from a
virus infection, wasn't supposed to
play yesterday afternoon when his
Powhatan High School football
team met Ashland at Powhatan.
Perched in his father's car, Ar-
chie watched in dismay from the
sidelines when, in the third period,
Ashland started a drive downfield
that threatened to wipe out a 12-7
Powhatan lead.
Finally he couldn't stand it any
longer. Racing to the dressing
room, Archie donned a uniform
and hurried to the bench just as
Powhatan held Ashland for downs
on the Powhatan 18.
Rushed into action, Archie stay-
ed in for just one play. On first
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down, he took a handoff and went
82 yds. for a touchdown that iced
the victory.
Then he returned to the locker
room, doffed his uniform, got irto
his street clothes and climbed back
into his father's car to watch the
rest of the game and continue
his recuperation from the flu.
Chisox Seek Manager
CHICAGO-The Chicago White
Sox will start hunting in earnest
next week for a managerial suc-
cessor to Marty Marion, who re-
signed Thursday.
"We won't get down to actual
cases until after the weekend,"
Vice President Chuck Comiskey
said yesterday. "Maybe I'll do a
little telephoning this afternoon
or Sunday."
Al Lopez, who resigned as Cleve-
land Indian pilot recently, is most
strongly mentioned as Marion's
replacement. Lopez at his Tampa,
Fla., home Thursday said he had
not been contacted by the White
Sox. At the same time, he con-
ceded he wanted to get back into
baseball.

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NEW argUS 75
Portrait Camera Kit
Takes big beautiful close-ups!
Takes pictures at regular distances!
Here in one camera kit is everything you need for takir
portrait close-ups-or for pictures at all regular distances.
Using the regular lens of the Argus 75 you can shoot snap-
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portrait lens over the regular lens, you're ready to take
real portraits of your children, family, friends. The special
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Among the sort of sport shirts
that Van Heusen refuses to
make are the following:
Sport shirts that light up in
the dark: These are the kind
that flash messages, like "Hey,
baby, you're a honey," or
"Pass the ashtray, please."
Useful for parties, faculty teas
and cotillion balls. But they
tend to commercialize the
graceful art of conversation.
Sport shirts with road maps
on them: Too dangerous. Say
you're driving from campus
to the big city..You don't know
whether to turn left or right
at the turnpike, so you look
down at your shirt to check.
Crash!
Edible sport shirts: Too mis-
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shady tree with your favorite
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But the sport 'shirts that
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Thumb through the collection
that your campus haberdasher
proudly displays.
At better stores everywhere,
or write to Phillips-Jones
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