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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE'

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAGE

Byers

Earns

Starting

Position Against

Minnesota

V

Herrnstein Still Sidelined;
'M' Undergoes Stiff Drills

FORMER 'M' GRID STAR:
Lions' Defense Bolstered by Zatkoff

BYERS COMES THROUGH--Jim Byers, replacing injured full-
back John Herrnstein, slashes his way through the Northwestern
line for one of many sizable gains which he reeled off in the
Northwestern game Saturday.
Soccer Team Interest
Grows on"M' Campus

By CARL RISEMAN
Michigan's soccer team has
fared much better against its
East Lansing brethren than the
football.- squad has this year.
MSU's highly rated soccer
squad was tied by the Maize and
Blue 3-3, in an early meeting. The
fact is more surprising since the
Spartan's have a varsity soccerj
squad and the Wolverines are not
recognized by the athletic depart-
ment!
Most Popular Sport
Soccer, which is the most popu-
lar sport in the world, was organ-
ized on the Michigan campus ap-
proximately five years ago. Since
then the sport has picked up a
great deal of interest and at the
present time a 10-team league

has been organized by the Inter-
national Center with the top
players being picked for the "var-
sity."
Captains Joe Prager and Robert
Burnett expect the sport to con-
tinue to gain interest on campus.
due to the large soccer playing
element found primarily in the
International Center.
The soccer team has a 35-man
squad with players coming from
Germnay, Latvia, Ghana, South
America, Finland and also has a
seven man contingent from the
United States. F
The schedule for this fall in-
cludes six games. Two of the
games will be with Michigan State
while Ohio Wesleyan, Eastern
Michigan, Western Michigan and
Toronto are also on the schedule.

By PAUL BORMAN
An unfortunate leg injury has
put Michigan's first string full-
back John Herrnstein on the side-
lines and given an obscure grid-
der named Jim Byers a chance
to show that he can more than
capably fill in.
Byers, a junior from Evansville,
Indiana, received his chance to
start last Saturday against the
Wildcats. His record more than
speaks for itself.
The 6', 198-lb. fullback cracked
his way through the Northwestern
defense for 92 yds. on 13 carries
for a formidable 7.2 average.
Oosterbaan Praises Byers
With Herrnstein out indefinite-
ly Coach Bennie Oosterbaan yes-
terday announced that Byers will
be his starter for Saturday's Little
Brown Jug tilt.
Oosterbaan was high in praise
of Byers and said: "Jim is a fine,
young player. He is a hard work-
er and has been constantly im-
proving himself."
Along with Byers; the first-string
unit consisted of Jim Van Pelt at
quarterback, Brad Myers at right
half, and Jim Pace at left half.
The only other Saturday re-
placement will be Brad Myers
who is replacing right half Mike
Shatusky. Shatusky is still in the
hospital in traction with a pain-
ful back injury.
To Alternate
When asked, Oosterbaan re-
fused to designate who is his first
string right guard. "Both Mary
Nyren and Gerry Marciniak are
equal and I have not set either on
the first or second string," he
said.
Michigan's coach was high in
praise for Jerry Goebel, who ap-
pears to have won back the first
string center spot which he held
before breaking his leg last year.
Oosterbaan commented that
Goebel is very high spirited and
would start this Saturday.
SPORT SHORTS
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Chicago's Black
Hawks scored twice in the first
period, then hung on to defeat
Boston 2-1 in a wild National
Hockey League battle here last
night.
Chicago's goals were scored by
rookie Bob Hull and veteran Wing
Eric Nesterenko, both during the
final four minutes of the opening
stanza.
Boston 115, St. Louis 90
ST. LOUIS-The world cham-
pion. Boston Celtics opened the
National Basketball Assn. season
last night just the way they ended
last spring's playoff, by beating
the St. Louis Hawks, 115-90, be-
fore a home crowd of 9,024.
A 34-point last quarter turned
the game into a rout after the
Hawks had stayed within striking
range for three periods and had
led several times in the first half.

The team went through its stif-
fest Tuesday drills of the fall yes-
terday. Along with pass patterns,
dummy drills, and defensive drills,
the squad was treated to a con-
tact scrimmage and wind sprints.
Currently parked in Yost Field
House are two network trucks
with color television signs let-
tered on them.
There seems to be more than a
possibility that the Michigan-
Iowa game will be on a national
color television hook-up. Manager
Don Weir mentioned the idea that
the trucks might just be tempor-
arily parked here because of the
central location of Michigan's
campus to the other Big Ten
schools.

By HAL APPLEBAUM
The Detroit Lions following
their opening game loss to the
Baltimore Colts have come back
to win three straight games and
move into a first place tie in the-
Western Conference of the Na-
tional Football League along with
San Francisco and Baltimore.
One of the main reasons De-
troit has moved back into -conten-
tion has been the outstanding
play of their defensive platoon.
According to the Lion coaching
staff, the key to the tightening of
the defense was the acquisition of
Roger Zatkoff, former Michigan
All-American, from the Cleveland
Browns.
Linebacking Combination
Since coming to the Lions, Zat-
koff has teamed with Captain Joe

ROGER ZATKOFF
... Lion defensive star

Phi Gamma De Wins I 'A' Gid Tlt,
Phi Delts, Pi Lams Also Win in Playoffs

PIPES!
And What Pipes!

By CHUCK SHEFFER
Phi Gamma Delta, last year's
"A" champs, pulled the old foot-
ball dream as they slipped by Phi
Kappa Sigma, 21-19, with a last
second desperation play from 40
yards out, resulting in the neces-
sary touchdown dirt in the first
place playoffs yesterday at Ferry
Field.
Phi Gam's quarterback, Phil
Matthews, hit his chief receiver,
Enter 'Grid
Picks' Now
If you have always yearned to
cut things out of newspapers,
then you are a logical entrant for
this week's Grid Picks contest.
All you have to do is cut out
the games printed below, select
the winners, and pick the score of
the Michigan game.
You could win a pair of tickets
to the State theater to see "The
Joker Is Wild" which will be play-
ing there during the coming week.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota
(also score)
2. Arkansas vs. Mississippi at
Memphis
3. Auburn at Houston
4. Texas A&M at Baylor
5. California at Oregon
7. La. State at Florida
6. Duke at No. Car. State
8. Illinois at Michigan State
9. Iowa at Northwestern
10. Kansas at Miami (Fla.)
11. Georgia at Kentucky
12. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame
13. Ohio State at Wisconsin .
14. Colorado at Oklahoma
15. Penn State at Syracuse
16. Rice at Texas
17. Washington State at USC
18. Stanford at UCLA
19. Wyoming at Utah
20. Tennessee at Maryland

Phil Burt, for the best of the 40,
who immediately was forced to
lateral to Don McNeil who ran the
remaining yards to the goal line.
Matthew's passing accounted for
the Phi Gam's other two TD's, as
he had hit Sam Riggs and Burt
earlier in the end zone, as well as
passing for all the extra points.
Phi Kappa Sigma Dominate
Phi Kappa Sigma oddly enough
was the dominating factor of the
action and was far from not hav-
ing stars of their own, as their
quarterback, Ernie Myers 'flipped
the pigskin to Jack Locker for all
three of their touchdowns. Myers
not only hit with over 50 per cent
of his passes but played the key
role in the Phi Kappa Sigma's de-
fense as well as capturing four of
Matthew's heaves while his squad
totaled six interceptions.
SAM Loses
In the other first place class
dropped disabled Sigma Alpha
"A" playoff, Phi Delta Theta
Mu, 14-6 in a seesaw grid battle
with the Sammies jumping to an
early lead even though th*k star
player, Bill Stern was bedded with
the flu.
SAM's quarterback, Joel Taub-
er, tossed the pigskin to Al Green-
berg for the first TD, but Jack
Lewis, the Phi Delt's quarterback
had some ideas of his own about
the game's victor and hit Arv
Phillappart for his squad's first
taste of paydirt in that half too.
Harv Huyser was Lewis' target
for the next six points. Lewis ac-
counted for both extra points.
Another hard fought battle
raged at the other end of South
Ferry Field as the Pi Lambda Phi
lads aimed their big guns at Phi
Sigma Delta, butvonly came up
with a mediocre victory as they
edged the Phi Sigs; 7-0 in a "A"
second place playoff.
Walberg Scores
Though the Pi Lam's captured
their only score in the opening

Schmidt to form the most for-
midable linebacking combination
in the league.
Zatkoff came to the Lions from
the Browns in exchange for half-
back Lew Carpenter this summer.
Earlier in the year he was traded
to Cleveland from Green Bay in
a multiple player deal, but re-
fused to report to Cleveland as he
wished to stay tn Detroit to con-
duct a business enterprise.
Zatkoff graduated from Michi-
gan in 1952 and went to the Green
Bay Packers where he earned All-
League honors as a linebacker. He
is especially noted for his deadly
tackling. His teammate on the
Lions, Bobby Layne stated, "Aft-
er being hit by Zatkoff for five
years, I'm sure glad he's now on
our side."
Concerning the Lions and their

chances this year, Zatkoff said,
"We have a real fine ball club
and I think we can win it." When
asked who their main opposition
would be, he replied, "In this
league all the teams are rough.
You can only play one game at a
time. If you start looking toward
a big game two weeks away, the
teams you play before then will
probably beat you."
Praises Colts
Following last Sunday's game
with the Colts, Zatkoff had high
praise for them and their out-
anding qharterback John Unitas.
He stated, "The Colts have always
had the potential, but it has al-
ways been undeveloped. This year
Unitas has taken charge and the
team has really started to play
outstanding football."

minute with a pass from quarter-
back Jack Roth to Jerry Walberg,
the Phi Sigs kept the game in the
air until the final play.
Tau Delta Phi Wins
On the third place playoff level,
Tau Delta Phi's team, under the
quarterbacking of Mike Friedman
knocked over Theta Delta Chi,
7-0. Si Coleman snagged one of
Friedman's passes in the last half
for the only TD, running a criss-
cross pattern which only left the
Theta Delt lads mystified. Theta
Delta Chi just didn't have the
breaks as the score gives no pic-
ture of their threatening poten-
tial.
Theta Xi Victors
Theta Xi found the necessary
spunk and spirit as they rolled
over the Phi Kappa Tau seven,
12-6 in a fourth place "A" playoff.
Though it was a hard fought
battle, the Theta Xi lads were
never in danger of losing their
advantage.
In the only "B" playoff of the
day, Phi Gamma Delta roared to
an easy win, sinking Theta Xi,
14-4. even though they were
caught napping behind their own
goal twice for Theta Xi touch-
backs.

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