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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1957

THE MCHIGAN RAIL'S''

PAGE TIMEN'

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TflREX

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Goebel Bolsters Michigan at Center, LineI

Kicker

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Improves Mi
Gridders Wor
By PAUL BORMAN
"Definitely a team player, high
spirited, very aggressive."
These were the words -which
Wolverine Coach Bennie Ooster-
baan emphasized when he spoke
about his first string center, Jerry
Goebel.
Goebel was a standout at center
for the Wolverines in 1955 when as
a sophomore he rotated with senior
Larry Bates at the first string pivot
position.
Sidelined by Injury
He was expected to take full
possession of that job in 1956 but
a broken leg, in the offseason kept
4i1m from the gridiron for the en-
tire fall.
Coming back for the 1957 season
Hoosiers Drop
Two Starters
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (M)-In-
diana University, who has yet to
win a Big Ten fotball game, yes-
terday dismissed two starting
players from their already under-
manned squad.
Halfback Victor Jones, second
leading ground-gainer for the
Hoosiers, and end Tom Aucreman
who are both sophomores were
dropped because of "repeated vio-
lation of training rules" according
to Acting Coach Bob Hicks.

Idle of Line;
rk on Passing
Goebel wasn't even classified in
the pre-season lineups.
The aggressive 6'3" senior from
Grosse Pointe, however, wasted no;
time in showing that he was ready
for more of the rugged football
which he was accustomed to play-
ing.
By the time the USC game rolled
around he was up to second string.
Three games passed and by the
time of the Wolverines' homecom-
ing game against Northwestern, he
was on the first eleven.
Improves Game
Oosterbaan also commented that
both Goebel's blocking and defen-
sive play have improved. Speaking
about last week's game the Wol-
verine coach praised the blond
senior who plays left linebacker
for his good defensive pass cover-
age.
PassPractice
Yesterda.'s practice centered on
passing. It started out with offen-
sive aerial drills and carried on
through defensive passing drills.
The practice also featured a defen-
sive scrimmage.
Looking to this week, Oosterbaan
said that Byers will start at the
fullback slot even though Herrn-
stein is working out. However, he
did not ignore the possibility that
Herrnstein might be used at some
time during the game.
Another change in the Wolverine
lineup will have Chuck Teuscher
at second string right end, re-
placing the injured Dave Bowers.

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SPECTACULAR COMEBACK-Jerry Goebel, who appeared on the
Michigan scene as a fine sophomore prospect in 1955, but missed
last season because of a broken leg, has broken into the first string
lineup this season exhibiting much improvement and aggressive
play.
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NCAA Bans
Limit Bowl
Possibilities
By SI COLEMAN
There are only four weeks left
for most major colleges to com-
plete their 1957 football schedules.
As every season draws to a close,
the eyes of the public scan the
pages of papers across the country
to see what teams are rated at the
top of the collegiate list. The pub-
lic knows that it is generally these
teams that they will be seeing on
television New Year's Day, playing
in the major bowl games.
Several Bans
But this year there are several
possible candidates that won't
make it to the bowls-not because
they aren't good enough, but be-
cause of an organization com-
monly known as the NCAA-the
National Collegiate Athletic Asso-
ciation.
At least three teams - North
Carolina State, Auburn and UCLA
-are on probation. They are ban-
ned from bowl games and post-
season and championship compe-
tition in all sports,
These three teams are the major
ones that had the best chances of
being invited to participate in bowl
competition.
North Carolina State is rated
tenth in this week's AP poll after
tying Duke last Saturday. But the
Wolfpack was handed one of the
stiffest penalties ever handed out
by the NCAA for a basketball re-
cruiting viloation last year. They
were placed on probation for a
four-year period, which won't end
until November of 1960.
Auburn Out
At the present time, Auburn,
rated fourth, is the leader of the
Southeastern Conference. The SEC
champion almost invariably gets
a bowl bid and sometimes the run-
ner-up is also invited.
Some Escape
Three of the better teams were
recently removed from probation.
Ohio State is back in contention in
the Big Ten, and Oklahoma and
Texas A&M, presently rated one-
two nationally, completed their
terms earlier this year, freeing
them for almost definite bowl in-
vitations.

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Oklahoma's narrow
escape against Colorado cost the
Sooners first place in the weekly
Associated Press ranking poll as
Texas A&M took over the lead.
Colorado took the Sooners down
to the wire before bowing 14-13
while the Texas Aggies shut out
Baylor 14-0 for their sixth straight
victory and 12th over a two-year
span.
On the basis of 10 points for
first, nine for second and so on
down to one for tenth, the Aggies
edged Oklahoma, 1,457 points to
1,418.
Iowa retained third place fol-
lowed by Auburn in fourth, and
Notre Dame who moved up to
fifth. Michigan State University
advanced to sixth spot; Duke is
ranked seventh and Ohio 'State

occupies eighth spot in the poll.
Army is rated ninth and North
Carolina State fills the tenth spot.
Michigan moved into the num-
ber twelve position after upsetting
Minnesota last Saturday.
Back of The Week
CHICAGO-Tabbed as the pro-
ducer of a one-man upset, full-
back Jimmy Jones of the Univer-
sity of Washington was named
Associated Press Back of the Week
yesterday.
Jones, whose performance was
mainly responsible for Washing-
ton's 19-6 victory over the defend-
ing Pacific Coast Conference
champions, Oregon State, got the
call by a very narrow margin over
a half dozen ether stars through-
out college football.

CHARLEY DRESSEN
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Before you dye your hair red
for this Saturday's nation - wide
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Aggies Overtake Sooners
For First in AP Grid Poll

1-M TOUCH FOOTBALL:
Sammies Win 'B' First Place Playoff

By AL SINAI
In a hard fought game for first
place in the social fraternity "B"
I-M football playoffs, Sigma Al-
p1 a Mu scored early and then
held on to their small lead to de-
feat Beta Theta Pi, 6-0.
SAM's touchdown was scored by
Art Golumbia on a pass from Tom
Pliner. Beta Theta Pi never
threatened to score.
Sigma Chi was beaten twice by
Alpha Tau Omega. First, in a re-
play of a protested game in "B"
playoffs, and then in a second-
place playoff in "A".
Double Win
The final score of the replayed
ganiewas 12-6, and the score of
the "A" playoff was 13-7. Don
Dahm caught a pass from Rup
Mynatt in the last two minutes of

the "A" game to win for ATO. Up
to that time they were behind 7-6.
The most important game of
the afternoon scheduled tq take
place between Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon and Phi Delta Theta was not
played because neither team ap-
peared at Ferry Field. The game
will be rescheduled for some fu-
ture date. It was the "A" playoff
for first place.
Pi Lams Win
In a second-place playoff in the
"A" division, Pi Lambda Phi de-
feated Delta Upsilon, 13-0. Jack
Roth starred as he ran and passed
the Pi Lams to victory.
Led by John Lightfoot, Zeta Psi
defeated Delta Chi in another sec-
ond-place "A" playoff, 13-0.
Lightfoot, despite being hampered

by a gusty wind, passed for both
touchdowns to John Nelson.
In the highest scoring game of
the day, Delta Sigma Phi rolled
over Tau Kappa Epsilon, 20-7.
This second-place "A" playoff
was highlighted by two sensa-
tional plays for Delta Sigma Phi.
One was a 45-yd. runback of an
intercepted pass by Tom Sadowski
for a touchdown, and the other
was a 30-yd. pass from Dick Hoek
to Dick Grimes for the final
touchdown.
Other Scores
"A" playoffs: Trigon over Tau
Delta Phi, 2-0; Alpha Epsilon Pi
over Kappa Sigma, 12-0. "B"
playoffs: Delta Chi over Phi Sig-
ma Kappa, 9-0; Lambda Chi Al-
pha over Tau Delta Phi, 21-0.

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your entry to "Grid Picks," 420
Maynard. The prize is two passes
to see "Operation Madball" which
will be at the Michigan theater
next week.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Iowa at MICHIGAN
(also score)
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

TwoV deals
Involve ML
Managers
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-Veteran Char-
ley Dressen was named yesterday
a coach for the Los Angeles Dodg-
ers, returning to the former
Brooklyn organization which he
quit as manager in 1953.
Vice-President Buzzie Bavasi an-
nounced that Dressen had signed
a one-year contract. Dressen is
the third coach.
Dressen resigned a front office
job with the Washington Senators
to return to the Dodgers.
Boudreau Waits
CLEVELAND -- Lou Boudreau,
one-time manager of the Cleveland
Indians, stated yesterday that he
would accept a coaching position
with the Indians when and if it
was offered to him by the club's
new general manager.
The position was originally of-
fered him by Hank Greenberg, who
has since been fired as the Tribe's
general manager.

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