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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'Four-Year Jinx' Haunts Unbeaten Hawkeyes

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RACING OUT OF THE PAST-are some of the stars of the last four games of the Iowa-Michigan
series. Ted Kress (1) running and passing star left halfback of the 1953 Michigan eleven which eked
out a 14-13 victory skips to a first down. Jim Maddock (2) scores the winning touchdown as the Wol-
verines again took a slim 14-13 win. Tom Maentz (3) crossing the goal line with the eventual winning
TD in Michigan's 33-21 come from behind triumph in 1955. Finally, Ron Kramer (4) kicks the field
goal which proved the winning points in last year's 17-14 win.
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EASTERN DIVISION
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Boston 3 0
New York 1 1
Philadelphia 1 1
Syracuse 1 1
WESTERN DIVISION
Cincinnati 1 0
St. Louis 12Z
Detroit 1 2
Minneapolis 0 2

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NHL Standings
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Montreal 6 2 2 14
New York 5 4 1 11
Chicago 4 4 1 9
Boston 4 40 8
Detroit 4 5 0 8
Toronto 3 6 0 6
Yesterday's Scores
New York 3, Boston 0
Toronto 3, Montreal 1

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By CARL RISEMAN
Michigan stadium plays host
tomorrow tg one of the most in-
triguing jinxes in the annals of
sports, the Michigan-Iowa foot-
ball series. ,
It is true that the series stands
overwhelmingly -in favor of Michi-
gan, 15 victories and one tie in 18,
attempts; it is also true that Iowa
has not defeated Michigan since
1924 and that Iowa has a four
year losing streak going since the
series was resumed in 1953 after
a 14 year break; but nevertheless
the expansive concrete structure
off Stadium Boulevard could re-
late some of the most exciting
football games of gridiron history.
Tie in '29
Back in 1929, only two years
after the stadium was dedicated,
the two squads played to a 0-0 tie.
Doc Morrison played his last game
for Michigan that day and twice
made key tackles that bogged
down the Hawkeyes on the Wol-
verine two-yard line.

In 1939, it was Michigan's Tom
Harmon and Forest Evashevslki
(now Iowa head coach) against
Iowa's fabled Niles Kinnick. Kin-
nick drew first blood, lofting a 50-
yd. touchdown pass that gave Iowa
a brief lead. But Harmon, with
Evashevski leading the interfer-
ence, then began to romp. "Old
98" galloped for four touchdowns
to pace the Maize and Blue to a
27-7 victory.
Overcome Lead
In 1953, Michigan overcame a
two touchdown lead tallied by
Iowa halfback Eddie Smith to eke
out a 14=13 victory.
Beginning in 1954, the Stadium
witnessed a strange chapter in the
series. It all began with eight
minutes gorle in the second period.
Jim Maddock, an unsung sopho-
more quarterback, took command
of thegteam with the Wolverines
trailing, 13-0. He 'completely
changed the spirit of the previ-
lously stunned 'M' squad passing

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for one touchdown and scoring
second. When the game ende
Michigan had. won, 14-13.
But Iowa was to see more o
Jimmy Maddock. The 1955 gan
witnessed a determined Iow
squad, under the leadership .
coach Evashevski, trying to de
feat an unbeaten Wolverine tear
Victory was in their grasp, 21-
in the middle of-the third perio
But Michigan was not beaten. tin
der the leadership of now junci
quarterback Jim- Maddock, ti
Wolverines.came rolling back.
Unleashing a devastating pasi
ing barrage, including a 60 and
65-yd. pass to fabled ends Ro
Kramer and "Tom Maentz, Mad
dock and teammates subdued
bewildered Iowa squad, 33-21;
Last year the gaie was playe
at Iowa before a sellout Home
coming crowd. Michigan was losir
14-3, as the second half opener
Mike Shatusky, a third string half
back, scored a touchdown in ti
third period and Iowa led 14-1
With minutes remaining, no
senior quarterback, Jim Maddcx
took charge of the squad. With th
poise of a ten year veteran, Mad
dock led the team towards th
Iowa goad. With less than tw
minutes remaining in the gamn
Shatusky hit paydirt for his sec
ond touchdown of the game. Fna
score: Michigan 17, Iowa 14.
Unbeaten at Present

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Cincinnati's
Frank Robinson, the National
League Rookie - of - the - Year in
1956, advanced to the next pla-
teau by being acclaimed as the
league's outstanding sophomore in!
1957 yesterday.
The 22-year-old youngster out-
distanced an impressive crop of
second-year eligibles in the an-
nual poll conducted by The Asso-
ciated Press. Robinson was named
on 57 of the 182 ballots cast by
members of the Baseball Writers
Association of Anerica partici-
pating in the AP voting.
Coaches Honored . . .
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Mur-

ray Warmath of Minnesota, Don
Faurot of Missouri and Darrell
Royal of Texas have accepted bids.
to coach college all-stars in this
year's Blue-Gray football game.
Frick To Move? ..
NEW YORK - Baseball Coin-
missioner Ford Frick and his of-
fice staff -may eventually follow
the "westward-ho" trend and
move out of New York, probably
to Chicago.
Frick said the situation has
been discussed informally but in-
sisted no definite action had been
taken and nobody has suggested
that his office move.

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