FPJDAY, SEPTEMBER 211195d
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~IUDAY, SEPTEMBElL 21,1956 THE I~IICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE~f
Uclans Face Utah
In Season Opener
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A purified and underdog UCLA
team, Michigan's first opponent,
will open the 1956 football season
tonight as they take on a willing
band of Redskins from. Utah at
The Uclns, who have refused to
repent their sins, have been
stripped of the whole team that
started in the Rose Bowl against
Michigan State last January.
Twelve Bruin seniors that had
formerly been declared ineligible
for the year will be allowed to
p lay"in five consecutive games.
Since all of the seniors would like
to play in the seventh game
against Stanford the Uclans ap-
pear very weak for their open-
Gone also from the Bruin ranks
is the highly touted Ronnie Knox.
BALTIMORE (WP)-Frank Tam-
burello, University of Maryland
football quarterback, °will be in-
ducted into the Army "as sched-
uled Oct. 1" stateselectiveServ-
ice headquarters announced yes-
The state headquarters an-
n ounced it had been informed that
Ma. Gen. Lewis N. Hershey, na-
tional director, "was not going to
interfere" with the induction.
Tam burello originally was or-
dered to report Aug. 6. He ap-
pealed, and the state board voted
Tuesday 5-0 against him and set
a new date of Oct. 1.
The, Baltimore senior went to
National Selective Service Head-
quarters to ask for a review of the
The Baltimore draft board had
"ordered Tamburello's induction on
the ground he was not maintain-
ing normal progress toward grad-
uation as required for exemption
as a college student.
Tamburello went to summer
school to make up credits this
year and still will be six credits.
shy next June when his class will
Maryland's football team won 15
straight games with Tamburello
as quarterback, losing its first un-
der his direction to Oklahomta in
the last Orange Bowl.
Knox, under the direction of his
step father, has left for the green-
er and richer pastures of the Can-
adian football leagues.
Faced with these overwhelming
problems Bruin Coach Red Sand-
ers will be hard pressed to field
a team measuring any where near
big time college football standards.
There are, however, a few play-
ers in the UCLA camp'who should
Ilift some of the black clouds
hanging over the Bruins.
Junior center, Jim Matheny who
played 282 minutes last year and
received the Bruin's Rookie of the
Year Award is eligible and .will
bolster the Uclan line. Esker Har-
ris, a junior letterman from Mem-
phis, Tennessee, will attempt to
step into the shoes of All-Ameri-
can Guard Jim Brown..
The Uclans are even shorter on
experiencd backs than they are
on linemen., Besides Knox, Sam
Brown, Bob Davenport, Jim Deck-
er and Doug Peters all have gone.
Left are sophomores and. untested
fourth and fifth stringers.
Sophomore Don Long willstep
into the key tailback slot in the
Bruin's single wing attack. Long is
termed by Freshman Coach Jim-
my Johnson as the finest fresh-
man passer in UCLA's history.
Behind Long at tailback will
be Ed Griffin, who has seen but
one-half minute of varsity compe-
Other starters in the UCLA
backfield include Bruce Ballard,
quarterback Don Shinnick and
wingback Chuck Hollaway. Bal-
lard, Shinnick and Hollaway are
seniors and may not see action
until after the Michigan game.
CHICAGO (WP)-Chicago's unde-
feated Bears will seek their sixth
National Football League exhibi-
tion triumph in their 1956 home
debut against the puzzling Cleve-
land Browns at Soldier Field to-
The defending champion Browns
have dropped five straight exhi-
bitionshsince their 26-0 victory
over. the College All-Stars at
Soldier Field Aug. 10.
However, the Browns made a
similar exhibition start last sea-
son and then stormed through the
championship season to win the
UNIVERSITY MUSIC SOCIETY
TOP LINEMAN - Two of UCLA's top linemen this year are Esker
Harris (left) a junior guard from Memphis, Tennessee and Don
Birren a senior and two year letterman. Under the PCO ruling
Birren with 11 other Bruin seniors, is eligible for only five games.
Seventy-eighth Annual Choral Union Series
KURT BAUM, Tenor and HERVA NELLI, Soprano
. .Thursday, October 4
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
CHARLES MUNCH, Conductor
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Sunday
HERBERT VON KARAJAN, Conductor
, October 21
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
ANDRE CLUYTENS, Conductor . . Tuesday, November
ARTUR RUBINSTEIN, Pianist.
. Monday, January 14
. . . . Sunday,
. . . 0..Thursday, February 21
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor
* * Tuesday, February 26
THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
GEORGE SZELL, Conductor
B, $14.00; Block C,
Remaining unclaimed seats
$12.00; Block D, $10.00.
in Block A, $17.00; Block
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Eleventh Annual Extra Concert Series
MANTOVANI and His New Music. Thursday, October 11
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
CHARLES MUNCH, Conductor
. . . . . . . . .
dePAUR OPERA GALA
LEONARD dePAUR, Conductor
BOSTON POPS ORCHESTRA
ARTHUR FIEDLER, Conductor
. . Wednesday,
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Thursday, January 10
Sunday, March 3
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Annual Christmas Concerts
Used and New
Don't Say You Can't Find It
Till You've Tried
MESSIAH (Handel) . . . . . December 1 and 2, 1956
ADELE ADDISON, Soprano KENNETH SMITH, Bass
EUNICE ALBERTS, Contralto CHORAL UNION and ORCHESTRA
HOWARD JARRATT, Tenor LESTER McCOY, Conductr
TICKETS: 75c and 50c (either Concert). On sale beginning October 15.
Seventeenth Annual Chamber Music Festival
PAOLO BORCIANI, Violin
ELISA PEGREFFI, Violin
PIERO FARULLI, Viola
FRANCO ROSSI, Cello
On sale beginning October
$3.50 and $2.50.
Sixty-Fourth Annual May Festival
May 2, 3,
The Philadelphia Orchestra, EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor. WILLIAM
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