TUESDA'Y' OCTOBER W 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY OCTOBER 29~, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
: During Practice
Bowers Definitely Out for Iowa Tilt,
Herrnsteim 'Suits Up' for Session
Taylor Downs Gomberg
In I-M Football Action
QAM ERAS i
By AL JONES
Spirit continued to reign over
the Michigan football team yes-
terday afternoon as it held the
first practice after its impressive
24-7 victory over Minnesota last
The Wolverines held only short
offensive and defensive drills, and
retired early to view films of the
victory and hear Assistant Coach
Don Dufek's scouting report of
We 4S 01 (S
The first Grid Picks entry we
checked was Bill Preston's.
He had 17 correct. Then we ran
through the other stacks in vain
for we found that the first was
We're ready to go at it again if
you are. We have this week's
games listed below. Just select
your favorite, pick the score of the
Michigan - Iowa game and send
them to "Grid Picks," 420 May-
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Iowa at MICHIGAN
2. Alabama at Georgia
3. Texas A&M at Arkansas
4. Florida at Auburn
5. TCU at Baylor
6. California at UCLA
7. Duke at Ga. Tech
8. Purdue at Illinois
9. Indiana at Minnesota
10. MSU at Wisconsin
11. Navy at Notre Dame
12. Tennessee at N. Carolina
13. Northwestern at OSU
14. Wash. State at Oregon St.
15. Oregon at Stanford
16. Syracuse at Pitt
17. Texas at SMU
18. LSU at Vanderbilt
19. Maryland at S. Carolina
20. USC at Washington
Although Saturday's victory was
both impressive and critical in the
Big Ten race, it was also costly in
injuries. The most critical of these
was the shoulder separation suf-
fered by end Dave Bowers.
Bowers played one of the most
outstanding games in his collegiate
history, catching a pass from Stan
Noskin for the first Wolverine
Out for Iowa
Head coach Bennie Oosterbaan
states that Bowers is definitely
sidelined for the Iowa game, and
possibly out for the rest of the
season. Chuck Teuscher has moved
into his second-string slot behind
regular end Gary Prahst.
Other minor injuries were suf-
fered by fleet halfback Jim Pace,
who played a great game Saturday,
and Prahst. Pace has a bruised hip
and Prahst hurt his ankle, but
both will be available for the Iowa
contest this weekend.
A bright spot on the injury scene
yesterday was the return to uni-
form of fullback John Herrnstein.
The big atlhlete, who starred for
Michigan last season but has been
hampered and sidelined by in-
juries this fall, was in practice for
the first time in a week.
May or May Not Play '
Oosterbaan isn't certain yet
whether the junior fullback will
be ready to play this Saturday.
Yesterday was the first day since
the Michigan State game that he
was able to run through an entire
Jim Byers has been more than a
capable substitute, as he hos star-
red on both offense and defense
against Northwestern and Minne-
sota. Oosterbaan made no state-
ment about the possibility of which
plunger will start against Iowa.
The main problem for the Wol-
verines now is to prepare them-
selves for Iowa, both physically
and mentally. With Michigan very
much in the race for the confer-
ence title, every game now takes
on added importance.
By BARRY COOPER
Yesterday. in perfect football
weather, the first round of Resi-
dence Hall football was completed
as Taylor House edged out Gom-
berg, 6-0, at Ferry Field.
Taylor kept its undefeated re-
cord intact (now at five) by mak-
ing the game's only score stand up
throughout regulation play.
The lone touchdown came early
in the second half on an intercep-
tion by Barry Marshall who ran
nearly the length of the field to
In a first place play-off game in
the Social Fraternity League,
Lambda Chi Alpha defeated Chi
Lambda Chi scored twice on
passes from Fran LeMire to Dick
Hansen and Fred Mowrey respec-
tively. Carl Walker scored the oth-
er touchdown on a run after a
kick rebounded off a Chi Psi play-
er and bounced into Walker's
arms, 20 yards from the goal line.
Chi Psi scored its six points on
a pass from Bruce Conybeare to
In another Residence Hall game,
Kelsey beat Greene, 1-0, in over-
time. Jerry Heale caught a pass
for the yards necessary for the
Before the overtime, both teams
failed to score when they had the
ball within the five yard line.
In a battle of undefeated teams,
Strauss downed Scott House, 20-0.
Dick Clifford scored two touch-
downs and one extra point. The
other touchdowns was scored.for
Scott by Dick Steward with the
extra point going to Mike West.
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AN I PPL/I
DAVE BOWERS-Will miss Iowa game due to a shoulder separa-
tion suffered this past weekend against Minnesota.
Many Top Grid TeamsSurprised
By Strength of WeekendOpponents
By STEVE SALZMAN
Thomas, playing the role of Super-
College football is notoriously man.
unpredictable. Colorado, using their multiple
This supposition can be attested offense, showed the nation that
to by eight of the top ten teams the Sooners are not completely in-
in the nation after last weekend's vincible. The Buffalo Herd, the
play. Oklahoma, Iowa, Notre nation's leading rushing team,
Dame, Michigan State and Army kept the Oklahoma squad com-
had to dig deep into their respec- pletely off balance for the first
tive "hip pockets" to come up with three periods, and it wasn't until
victories. four and one half minutse were
Close One gone in the fourth quarter that
The "not so mighty" Oklahoma Thomas raced around left end for
Sooners'fought for their life during three yards and a touchdown.
the fourth period of last Satur- Iowa, third ranked in last weeks
day's game against Colorado, with 1 poll, slugged its way through slush
All-American candidate, Clendon and snow for three periods, and
RAMS WIN, 35-17:
Defeat Pushes Detroit
Into Second-Place Tie
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finally scored on a fluke pass
reception late in the fourth quar-
ter to defeat Northwestern, 6-0.
The condition of the gridiron
made it virtually impossible for
either team to gain ground. How-I
ever, a pass from Randy Duncan'
to Kevin Furlong, which was bob-
bled by both Furlong and the pass
defender, accomplished the scoring
for the Hawkeyes.
Notre Dame really caught it on
the chin for three periods until it
finally decked Pittsburgh, 13-7,
rolling from behind on a 74-yard
scoring pass play from Quarter-
back George Izo.
Michigan State, upset, loser to
Purdue two weeks ago, nearly fell.
again this weekend to Illinois.
After jumping to a 13-0 lead, State
watched the Illini come from be-
hind and take control of the game
But the "sprinting blacksmith,"
Walt Kowalczyck sprung loose for
a 36-yd. touchdown run in the
fourth quarter to wrap it up for
Army also had to come from be-
hind in the fourth quarter to beat
Virginia, 20-12, after the Virginia
squad seemed on its way towards
one of the season's biggest upsets.
Three of the top ten in last
week's poll didn't make it. Fourth
ranked Duke escaped with a 14-14
tie against 11th ranked North Car-
olina State. Mississippi was knock-
ed for its first defeat, 12-6, by
Arkansas, and Louisiana State,
held to 98 yards rushing, lost to
Lloyd 22, Hinsdale 0 (A)
Anderson 13, Michigan 12 (A)
Wenley 1,'Chicago 0 (A)
Williams 8, Winchell 0 (A)
Adams 12, Hayden 0 (A)
Hinsdale 7, Michigan 6 (B)
Williams 13, Hayden 8 (B)
Anderson 8. Cooley 0 (B)
Gomberg 13, Scott 0 (B)
Strauss over Van Tyne (forfeit)
Reeves over Lloyd (forfeit)
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Los Angeles, putting on an im-
pressive power display, dampened
the De tr o kt Lion's title hopes
slightly by rolling up a 35-17 vic-
tory in their encounter Sunday on
the West Coast.
Behind Norm Van Brocklin, the
Rams scored three times before the
L i o n s recovered sufficiently to
muster a scoring effort. Bobby
Layne booted a field goal just
before the half ended to make it
21-10 at intermission.
Snap Losing Streak
In the second half Detroit closed
the gap to four points but the
Rams' power showed itself again,
reaching paydirt twice more to
make it 35-17. The win snapped a
three game losing streak for the
Rams and shoved Detroit back into
a tie for second place in the West-
Meanwhile, the Rams' West
Coast counterparts, the San Fran-
cisco Forty-niners, moved into sole
possession of the top berth, coming
from behind to nip Chicago, 21-17.
The Bears held a 17-7 advantage
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to overtake Chicago.
Green Bay handed Baltimore its
second loss in as many weeks push-
ing them back to a tie with Detroit
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Last Second Victory
The Packers hadn't scored a
point in the first three periods of
play but they bounced back to a
17-14 lead with little more than
two minutes remaining. Baltimore
retaliated with an 80-yd. touch-
down march and with half a min-
ute left it looked all over for the
Packers. But Green Bay quarter-
back Babe Parelli threw a 50-yd.
strike to waiting Bill Howton who
scampered 25 yards for the score
to steal a victory from the Colt's
grasp for the second week in a
In the Eastern Division, Cleve-
land retained first place with a
17-7 win over the basement-dwell-
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The Washington Redskins went
wild in a 31-14 upset win over the
New York Giants and Pittsburgh
held its share of second place as it
edged by the Philadelphia Eagles,
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