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THE- MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBE!~ 3, 1 9 5 6 TIlE l~flCllIGAN flAILY PAGE ~IV3

Our

Big

Ten

Games

Slated

To day

OSU Attempts To Set New
Conference Victory Mark
By BOB BOLTON Besides these four key Con-
The Big Ten has been turned ference tilts, Minnesota meets Pitt
upside down and dropped on its ffe1isMnoaest
st M/in nnic l~ i d Idina t n

HUMMON STARS:
Eagle Hawkers, OMM
Victors in I-M Football

. I 1 r0 r
Van Hinenasks
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WHICH MAJOR Is SGR

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head.
With the season already halfI
over, every one of the September
favorites with the exception of
Ohio State has been dumped at
least once and two teams, Minne-
sota and Iowa, who were not even
considered as contenders at the
beginning of the year, are now
heavy favorites for the Rose Bowl.
Today's slate of four Confer-
ence games should go a long way
toward clearing up the clouded
Big Ten picture.
Major Questions
The major questions that will
be decided in this afternoon's
games are.. .
Whether Ohio State can lay
claim to a new Conference victory
record by beating weak sister
, Northwestern. .
If a battered Michigan State
can regain the victory trail against
Wisconsin after last week's shock-
ing upset at the hands of Illinois..-.
If Ray Eliot can keep faint Illini
Bowl hopes alive by beating an
erratic Purdue eleven.. .
And if Michigan has enough
punch left in their injury riddled
team to side-track undefeated
' Iowa.

at IiviinneapJ s an an ian a
gles with Marquette at Blooming-
ton in non-Conference play.
OSU Favored
Northwestern goes into today's
clash a 20 point underdog. The
Wildcats- who have but one vic-
tory in five games this season will
be hard pressed to stop the mur-
derous Buckeyes, who are shooting
for their 16th straight Conference
win.
Michigan State, hit hard by in-
juries to five key players, will try
to pick up some of the pieces fol-
lowing last Saturday's fiasco at
Champaign as they take on Wis-
consin at East Lansing.
The Spartans are still enter-
taining dim hopes of a share of
the Big Ten title and are lucky
enough to have capable reserves to
f ill the holes left by the injured.
Ray Eliot, undisputed master of
the upset in the Big Ten, will take
his high riding Illini up against
Purdue at Lafayette.
The Boilermarkers, who are out
of the race for Conference honors
having suffered two defeats and a
tie in three outings, will attempt
to play the spoilers role. A loss
today would eliminate Illinois com-
pletely from the Rose Bowl scene.

By BOB ROMANOFF V
The Eagle Hawkers gained a
quarter-final berth in the cham-
pionship playoffs as a result of
their impressive 19-0 win over the
Air Force ROTC yesterday, in' I-M
independent football.
John Hummon led the victor's
attack with three touchdown pass-
es.
Late in the first half the Eagle
Hawkers drove fifty yards for
their first tally, which was high-
lighted by a long pass from Hum-
mon to Dick Kozlasli, who took
the ball and out-raced the de-
fenders to the end zone.
In the second half Hummon
connected on touchdown passes to

TWO TOP backfield men for the Iowa Hawkeyes who will see
plenty of action in today's encounter with Michigan are Ken
Ploen (left), quarterback and Don Dobrino, left halfback. Dobrino
has gained a total of 225 yds. from scrimmage in 42 carries for a
5.3 average.

Russian Ship Carrying 91 Athletes
Reported 'Lost' Of f Australian Coast

Mary Huisenga and Chan Kellar.
In a had fought game the Old
Married Men eked out an 8-6 vic-
tory over the Michigan Christian
Fellowship. OMM scored first
when a bad center by MCF's Lar-
I-M Playoffs
The schedule for the semi-
final games are as follows:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Del-
ta Tau Delta; Lambda Chi Al-
pha vs. Phi Gamma Delta;
Cooly vs. Gomberg; Williams
vs. Greene; Psi Omega vs. Nu
Sigma Nu; Law Club vs. Phi
Alpha Kappa.
ry Leach was called dead in the
end zone for a safety.
In the last minute of play on
a spectacular play OMM's Terry
Clark threw a long pass which
was deflected by a MCF defender.
OMM's Bob Martin made a great
catch of the ball for the winning
marker.
The Tiger Cats clinched a quar-
ter-final berth in the third place
playoffs by beating Owen Co-Op,
7-0. The winning score came in
the final seconds of play when
Ben Parr threw a touchdown pass
to Jerry Gray. Bob Marans passed
to Paul Benson for the extra point.
Other Scores
Bacteriology beat C h r i s t i a n
Medical Student Juniors, 2-0;
Jenkin's Jockey's won on a for-
feit over Gomberg's Older Ele-
ment; Michigan Co-Op forfeited
to A-R Ghosts; Lambda Chi Al-
pha "B" lost to Phi Sigma Delta
"B", 6-0; All Canadians beat
Double A's, 13-0; Phi Kappa Sig-
ma "B" forfeited to Phi Delta
Theta "B" and the Packards for-
feited to Mickey Mouse.

Here's how students in dif-
ferent majors describe Van
Heusen:
Biology Major: Van Heusen
will survive, because it fits.
Psychology Major: 'Van
Heusen is well-adjusted to me.
Physics Major: E = VH*.
Economics Major: Nobody
can compete with Van Heusen.
English Major: Oh that this
too, too solid flesh would
always wear Van Heusen.
History Major: Van Heusen
is great for dates.
Archeology Major: Dig that
Van Heusen! Makes you lick
your Cheops.
Yes, friend, from N.Y.U. to

the College of the Pacific,
there's complete agreement
that Van Heusen has a know-
ing way with men's wear. In
shirts, pajamas, sport shirts,
shorts, ties and handkerchiefs,
Van Heusen advances your
style with casual, comfortable
good looks. Look for Van
Heusen. In fact, demand Van
Heusen. And, minalyou, buy it.
At better stores everywhere,
or write to Phillips-Jones
Corp., 417 Fifth Avenue, New
York 16, New York. Makers
of Van Heusen Shirts " Sport
Shirts * Ties - Pajamas
4andkerchiefs * Underwear
Swimwear - Sweaters.

Olyipic officials and Melbourne
port authorities remained mysti-
fied as to the whereabouts of a
Russian ship carrying more than
100 athletes and reporters to the
Olympic games.

PRO BASKETBALL BEGINS:
warriors Picked to Capture Crown

The ship, a Russian freighter,
was due to dock yesterday, but the
port authority has received no
word from the ship. It was last
reported off the west coast of Aus-
tralia,
It is customary for ships to,
wire their date and estimated time
of arrival to authorities when they
are about 24 hours from port.
However, the authorities have re-
ceived no replies to radio messages
sent to the ship requesting infor-
mation on its expected arrival.
Some observers believe that the
present unrest in Hungary and the
Middle East may be responsible for
the "disappearance" of the ship.
They hinted the Russian ship "will
remain behind schedule" until the
international situation has been
clarified.
The ship, the Gruzia, left Odessa

for Melbourne October 9 and was
carrying 91 Russians, 17 Hungar-
ians, two Czechs and 30 reporters.
However, the bulk of the Russian
Olympic team is expected to fly
All members of the Michigan
Soccer Club are requested to
meet at the I-M Building by
2:15 today prior to the game
with the Kalamazoo Soccer
Club at 3:00.,
.. . John Hunting, Manager
to Melbourne in three chartered
planes.,
The Middle East and Hungarian
conflicts already have created a
tense atmosphere in the Olympic
village. Bewildered Hungarians
were sitting around the camp
awaiting some news

*Elegance=Van Heusen.

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STORE HOURS DAILY

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By SI COLEMAN
Even before the football season
passes the halfway mark, profes-
sional basketball has made its ap-
pearance on the sports scene.
The eight teams that make up
the National Basketball League
promise to furnish the fans with
more action than ever before. The
defending champion Philadelphia
Warriors are being picked by the
experts to repeat. Returning to
the Warriors are two all-stars,
Neil Johnston and Paul Arizin, but
missing will be All American Tom
Gola, who has been inducted into
the Army.
The Warriors hope that the gap
left by Gola's departure will be
filled by' rookie Larry Costello,
from Niagra.
The Rochester Royals hope that
another rookie, Sihugo (Sy) Green,
last year's all-American from Du-
quesne will be able to add a much
needed scoring punch to its attack.
They also hope that his presence
on the team will give his old team-
mate from Duquesne, Dick Rick-
etts, the confidence he lacked last
year.
Bob Petit, last year's scoring
champion will again lead the St.
Louis Hawks' attack, but he should
get some much needed assistance
from Easy Ed Macauley, one of
the all time great NBA players who
was traded to the Hawks from
Boston.
The New York Knickerbockers,
who were a big disappointment lastl

year, are expected to furnish the
Warriore with the most competi-
tion for the eastern division crown.
The Knicks feature a well balanced
attack led by such stars as Nat
"Sweetwater" Clifton, Carl Braun,
Ray Felix and Harry Gallatin.
Rookie Ron Shavlik should be
able to give the Knicks some much
Weather
The Weather Bureau pre-
dicted tllat the weather for the
Iowa game today at Iowa will
be partly cloudy and cooler,
with a chance of showers this
afternoon,
needed height in their attack.
Bob Cousy and Bill Sharman
will again spearhead the Boston
Celtics attack this year. The Cel-
tics will look for additional scor-

ing power from rookie Tom Hein
sohn.
The Fort Wayne Pistons, las
year's Western Division champion
again should be one of -the league
height and scoring ability in it
big men, Larry Foust, Bob Hou
bregs, and Mel Hutchins, but ma
find more competition, especiall
from St. Louis and Rochester i
its quest to repeat as divisio
titalist.
Syracuse, despite the loss of it
star playmaker, George King, doe
not figure to be much weake
King's slot will be filled by Pau
Seymore and rookie Joe Holup.
A dismal outlook is held for tl
once powerful Minneapolis Lakers
They will sorely miss the outstanc
ing basketball player of this dec,
ade, George Mikan. Clyde Lovel
ette will again receive the call ti
fill Mikan's berth.

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