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Four-Team Battle
Forecast in SEC

THREE RATE 'MVP' AWARD:
NL Poll Faces Neck and Neck I

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(This is the second of .a series of
articles dealing with football con-
ferences throughout the nation. To-
day's article deals with the South-
east Conference.)
By SI COLEMAN
It is expected that the exciting
football displayed every year in
the Southea. Conference will be

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evidence once again.

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another team of sophomores but
it, too, has a real chance to click.
All-American Lou Michaels will
b back to anchor the line, and if
the sophomores can come through,
Coach Blanton Ct.ller might have
a winner on his hands.
Other Teams
Florida, Vanderbilt, LSU and
Georgia all 'could prove tough on'
any given Saturday afternoon, but
they lack the consistency of the
other squads.
Alabama,Tulane and Missis-
sippi State will most likely battle
it oi,' for the bottom, but here, too,
any of these squads could pull the
upset that would'eventually deter-
mine the conference champ.

By BOB ROMANOFF
Baseball writers of America be-
ware!l
The National League is out to
make life miserable for them by
forcing a decision between at least
three exper'-ced stars for the
Most Valuable Player Award.
The first two of these players
are Hank Aaron and Red Schoen-
dienst, both of the Milwaukee
Braves, and the third, who can't
pick up a bat -ithout setting a
record is the fabulous "Man" of
tb : Cards, Stan '"isial.
Aaron whose -nnant winning
homer Mo-cday night won't hurt
his vot getting, leads. the Major
Leagues with 44 home runs and
132 runs-batted-in. He is also hit-
ting a lusty .323.
Schoendienst, who must be con-
sidered a dark horse for the award,
is hitting .313. He has 15 home

runs and over 60 RBI's, which is
phenomenal when you consider
the fact that he has been batting
in the le d off position.
Take-Charge Guy
His real worth to the club, how-
ever, has been his take charge
abilities, which most experts say
was the type of man the Braves
needed to win the pennant last
year.
The man most responsible for
the near miracle the Cardinals
nearly pulled off is Stan Musial.
Musial is well on his way to win-
ning his seventh batting title. He
is now hitting .351. He has also
supplied much of the Card power
with 30 home runs and 101 RBI's.
This is the 13th year that he has
hit. for at least 300 total bases
which is a record.
In the race for the Most fValu-
able Pitcher, ma,- observers feel

that the Braves' Warren
has the award in his hip pc
Sphan was the Major's fi
game winner this year, a
now owns a 21-10 record
year he pitched his 40th se
which is the most ever pit(
a career by a southpaw.
Also mentioned as a pc
pick for Most Valuable ?it
the star Rookie for the Ph
phia Phillies, Jack Sanford
ford has compiled an 18-8
in his first full season in t
tional League.

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en. makes it rather tough to pick
th: t teams. '.ny one squad, of
four could capture all of the hon-
ors.
Me- Top Teams
Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Mis-
s'--np and Kentucky must all
be rated at the top. Certainly a
couple of these teams should
emerge as national powers.
Tennessee, one of the top teams
In the ountry last fall, will mgain
be fighting for the championship
crown, and it rates a good chance
of getting it.' Certainly noticeable
by hie absence, however,, will be
Johnny Majors.
Bobby Dri-' has an unusually
young and inexperienced contin-
gent on his hands at Georgia Tech.
Graduation deleted the backfield
and ^-"y halfbprl .Stan Flowers is
left wt' . But the
ye lowjackets have a habit of gain-
ing momentum as the season pro-
gress's, and if A "-get started,
there is no telling how high they
nfight fli[ish.
Ole Miss Rates
lsslsr"- plan- '-e of the
lightest schedules in the confer-
ence, must rate as having one of
the best chances of winning the
championship. Only Tennessee
offers any real competition, and
even a loss against the Vols would
not necessarily eliminate Ole Miss.
Auburn and Kentucky round out
the list of favorites for conference
honors. Auburn has the best ma-
terial, but Coach Ralph Jordan
must find a quarterback to coordi-
hate this material.
Kentucky, like Georgia Tech, is
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By The Associated Press
AST LANSING - Michigan
State checked signals in practice
yesterday as the football squad got
down to the fine points in prepar-
ing for Saturday's opener here
against Indiana.
Michigan State was picked
fourth in the Associated Press poll,
but coaches were hoping this
wouldn't make the Spartans too
cocky.
"You don't win your games on
polls, observed Coach Duffy Daugh-
erty. "We're naturally flattered,
but hope we can stay up there."
* * *
Purdue Ready
LAFAYETTE-Purdue's Boiler-
makers yesterday put in their last
hard practice before the Notre
Dame game Saturday, and Coach
Jack Molenkopf then announced
a probable starting lineup of nine

Daugherty Flattered by Poll
But Fears, Overconfidence

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* * *
Indiana Starts Five Sophs
BLOOMINGTON - Coach Bob
Hicks announced yesterday that
five of Indiana's starters against
Michigan State Saturday will be
playing college football for the
first time.
Cox To Play
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota
quarterback Bobby Cox; brooding
for a weel over an injured ankle,
bubbled again yesterday over the
prospect of starting his one-man
mission against Washington on
the field instead of the bench.
Coach Murray Warmath de-
clared the bold, hard-hitting All-
America candidate should be in
good shape,to go at top speed here
Saturday against the school he
left taro and one-half years ago.

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Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
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Pittsburgh
Chicago

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87
83
79
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68
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.497
.455
.395
.391

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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New York 96 55 .636 -
Chicago 89 61 .593 6%z
Boston 81 70 .537 15
Detroit 76 74 .507 19%
Baltimore 73 76 .490 22
Cleveland 73 76 .490 22
Kansas City 57 92 .383 38
Washington 55 96 .364 41
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 7, Washington 6 (11 innings)
New York 5-2, Baltimore 1-4
Detroit 5, Chicago 0
Cleveland 9, Kansas City 7
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Cleveland at Kansas City
Detroit at Chicago
Only games scheduled.

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