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GI

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TlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Bowers Out for Season
With Injured Shoulder

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MECHANICAL * ELECTRONIC * AERONAUTICAL

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By RUDE DIFAZIO

*,METALLURGICAL * CIVIL

Dave Bowers, Michigan's second
string left end, who performed so
ably against Minnesota last Satur-
day is definitely out for the re-
mainder of the season.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan was
given the disheartening news mid-
way through practice yesterday.
Bowers suffered two small frac-
tures on the top of the humerus
(the upper arm bone) of his left
arm. He .jammed his shoulder
down on the bone when he knocked
Gopher hafback Bill Martin out
of bounds with a hard driving
block on the second half kickoff.
He hit Martin so ferociously
that he completely mangled his
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* DAVE BOWERS
suffers shoulder injury
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on the sound basis of diversified engineering and manufacturing.

'Grid Picks'
Can Iowa beat Michigan and
bring life back to normal in a
small midwest farming town, or
will it once again fall to defeat at
the hands of the Michigan ma-
chine?
Don't tune in tomorrow, go to
Saturday's game. But, if you wish
to answer the original question
then enter this week's Gid Picks
contest.
Just select your favorites, pick'
the score of the Michigan-Iowa
game and get your entry to 420
Maynard before 5 p.m. Friday.
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 Georgia tech
8. Purdue at Minnesota
9. Indiana at Minnesota
10. MSU at Wisconsin
11.E Navy at Notre Dame
12. Tennessee at N. Carolina
12. Tennessee at N. Carolina
13. Northwestern at OSU
14. Wash. State at Oregon St.
15. Oregon atStanford
16. Syracuse at Pitt
17. Texas at SMU
18. LSU at Vanderbilt
19. Maryland at S. Carolina
20. USC at Washington

shoulder pads. His injury will take
six to eight weeks to heal.
Bowers had played his best game,
scoring the first "M" touchdown on
a 38-yard pass from Stan Noskin
and intercepting a pass to set up
the Wolverines' last touchdown.
However, his play on the last
score had end coach Matt Pata-
nelli cheering.
Takes Out Two
"He went down field on Pace's
fake pass and then took out two
men with a driving block on the
goal line to clear the way fo'r
Pace," Patanelli explained. "He is
one of our finest downfield block-
,ers," Patanelli added.'
}"He's a very intent ballplayer,
constantly driving until the whistle
blows," Patanelli declared, "that's
how he got injured." Patanelli
explained that Bowers could have
eased up a little on Martin, but
that might have given Martin an
extra yard.
"It goes to show how wrong a
coach can be about one of his
players," tOosterbaan said of him.
',I thought he would never be high-
er than the third string, but in two
years he turned from a worried
player ton a confident, re kless
player, and a real asset to his
team," Oosterbaan stated.
Not Big or Fast
- According to the coaches -Bow-
ers physical assets were not spec-
tacular. He is not exceptionally big
or fast, but he knows what to do'
DeWitt Talks-
With Tribe
Executives
CLEVELAND (IP)-William "Bill"
De Witt, former owner and general
manager of the old St. Louis
Browns, has "discussed" with the
Cleveland Indians' executive com-
mittee the job of Tribe general
rnanage .
The Cleveland News predicted
yesterday De .Witt would be ap-
pointed within 10 days.
De Wtit flew to Cleveland Mon-
day and held a 10-hour interview
with some of the Indian executives,
returning to his home in St. Louis
Tuesday.

with what he has. Patanelk de-
scribed him as a controlled run-
ner-not wasting any steps but
doing his job. His one asset, all
agree, is a ,fine pair of hands.
This was the second shouder
injury for Bowers. In his freshman
year he seperated his other shoul-
der requiring an operation and
missing his sophomore year of
competition.
When he returned last fall he
had difficulties getting his legs in
shape."
"But by the last two weeks of
the season he looked very good,"
Patagnelli said.
'Will Miss Him'
"We will really miss himi," re-
marked Patanelli. "Especially with
the other left ends, Gary Prahst
and Chuck Teuscher "owed down
because of injuries," Patanelli ex-
plained.
Bowers was the only man miss-
ing from practice yesterday. How-
ever, Pace was not wearing any
pads due to his still ;ailing hip.
John Herrnstein appeared to be
running strongly, and gives hope
of being an asset in Saturday's
game.
The Wolverines spent the after-
noon preparing defenses against
Iowa plays for this Saturday's en-
counter.

IMScores

Social Fraternity 'A' Games
Chi Psi . ....19, Triangle ......0
Zeta Beta Tau 1, Alpha Delta Phi 0
LCA ........18, DTD ... ......0
SPE ........18, Theta Chi .... 0
Residence Hall 'A' Game
Cooley ......6, Reeves........0

Social Fraternity 'B' Games
DS ....... . 6, ,Chi Phi ....... C
Chi Psi ......12, Phi Lii'k...... C
Theta X ... 19, TKE ......... C
SAE .... . ...13, DTD ......... I
Residence Hall 'B' Game
Taylor.....14, Chicago.....d

Jim- Van Pelt, Michigan Qu
terback who led the Wolverli
to a 24-7 victory over Minneso
in the battle for the Little Broi
Jug, was named Midwest back
the week by a group of coach
and sportswriters for a nation
press association.
* Van Pelt eompleted six
eleven passes for 85 yards and
touchdowni and gained 50 yar
rushing.

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