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A"Y, NOVEMBER 2, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Iowa 3 00
Michigan State 3 .5
MICHIGAN 2
Minnesota 2
Purdue 1
Wisconsin 1
Illinois 1
Northwestern 0
Indiana 0

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SCORES
Miami 13, Villanova 7
NBA
Syracuse 113, Minneapolis 100
Cincinnati 99, St. Louis 92

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ARBOR TODAY WITH A GIANT LINE IN FRONT OF THEIR ACE QUARTERBACK.

SUCCESSFUL
STUDENTS

Today's Lineups

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(Continued from Page 1)
The Wolverines will start the
same men that opened against
Minnesota last weekend, with Jim
Van Pelt at quarterback, Brad
Myers and Jim Pace at the half-
back positions and Jim Byers
rounding out the backfield at full-
back
Prahst and Walt Johnson at the
ends, Capt. Jim Orwig and Jim
Davies at the tackles, Larry Paul
_ 'Gridings
Face Stiff
SChallengers
Kansas State, Arkansas, Flori-
da and Navy should derive con-
siderable pleasure from today's
games.
They are opposing the top
teams in the national ratings and
at least a couple are conceded
chances of registering upsets.
Kansas State, who upset Iowa
State last week, is expected to
absorb its yearly drubbing from
the Sooners,
Arkansas, playing top-rated
Texas A. and M., still is very
much in the running for the
Southwest Conference title and
the Cotton Bowl bid. The Raor-
backs are ranked 11th nationally.
Florida, with one defeat in four
games, encounters fourth-ranked
Auburn, the Southeastern Confer-
ence leader, in a battle of proba-
tioned powers. Both teams are un-
der NCAA probation for recruit-
ing violations and ineligible for
bowl bids.
'Navy, beaten only by North
Carolina in a big surprise, encoun-
ters fifth-rated Notre Dame. The
question is whether Notre Dame's
stout defense is good enough to
stop Tom Forrestal's passing and
Ned Oldham's running.
There is a feeling in some quar-
ters--even at South Bend-that
Notre Dame's luck can't last in-
definitely and it might run out
against the midshipmen. The all-
winning Irish are about the same
team that couldn't win last year,
but greatly improved on defense.
-Oregon's Pacific Coast Confer-
ence leaders, who have knocked
off two leading rivals for the Rose
Bowl bid, get a chance to sew it
up when they meet Stanford.
Princeton
Coach Dies
PRINCETON, N.J. (')-Charles
W. Caldwell Jr., 56, Princeton
University football coach since
1945 and before that one of
Princeton's finest all-around ath-
letes, died yesterday in Princeton
Hospital.
A university spokesman said the
cause of death was cancer. Cald-
well was given a leave of absence
from his coaching duties Sept. 23.
Caldwell, a native of Bristol,
Tenn., .was graduated from
Princeton in 1925 after winning
seven varsity letters in football,
baseball and track.
He returned as head football
coach in 1945 and led the Tiger
teams to some of their most suc-
cessful seasons.
PERSONAL
CHRISTMAS
CARDS

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and Mary Nyren at guards and
Jerry Goebel at center will form
the line crew.
Evashevski reportedly will start
a couple of Detroit boys who or-
dinarily don't enjoy first-string
rating-halfback Kevin Furlong
and fullback Don Horn-for a sup-
ported psychological advantage.
This would make the backfield
read Duncan at quarterback, Fur-
long and Mike Hagler at the halfs
and Horn at full. The line will find
Jim Gibbons and Bob Prescott,
ends; 229-1b. Alex Karras and 251-
lb. Dick Klein, tackles; Frank
Bloomquist and Bob Commings at
guards and 289 - pounder Mac
Lewis centering.
Lewis, who has a broken hand
according to reports from the Iowa
camp, will start anyway because
he can pass with one hand.
Gibbons, captain of the invaders,
has caught 16 passes in their five
games-Conference and non-Con-
ference - for 298 yards and two
touchdowns, and is the major re-
ceiving-end of the Hawks' passing
offensive and Duncan's favorite
target.
To Decide Champ?
This will be a major pivotal
point in determining-or helping
to determine - the eventual Big
Ten champion and Rose Bowl en-
try. Iowa, 3-0, has yet to face a
real threat outside of Wisconsin,
while Michigan, 2-1, has lost to
Michigan State and defeated
Northwestern and Minnesota and
appeared to be on the up-grade in.
its caliber of play.
Evashevski, an outstanding
Michigan quarterback at the turn
of 'the last decade, has held closed
practices all week in an effort to
defense the sometimes-tricky Wol-
verines, who are likely to sprihg
anything at anytime.
They will be the first unbal-
anced-line group the Iowans have
faced all year, and their tendency
to mix single-wing and T-forma-
tion patterns makes them a baf-
fling challenge.
Hagler leads the Iowa ground-
gainers with 227 yards and a 6.5-
per-carry average. Regular left-
half starter Bill Happel is next in
line with 168 and 5.3. Furlong has
165 and 5.5.

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Iowa
Prescott
Klein
Commings
Lewis
Bloomquist
Karras
Gibbons
Duncan
Hagler
Furlong
Horn

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RH
LH
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Michigan
Johnson
Davies
Nyren
Goebel
Faul
Orwig
Prahst
Van Pelt
Myers
Pace
Byers

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Buckeyes, Spartans Favored
In Important Big Ten Tilts

By The Associated Press

Last month we got the follow-
ing letter:
Dear Van Heusen, you rats:
Thanks mucho for breaking up
the hottest romance since Scarlet
and Rhett. Me and Laundry
Mark x428Fy might be honey-
mooning in Palm Beach today
if it wasn't for your so-called
smart ideas. Go shoot yourselves
in your ulcers. Respectfully
yours, Dorothea James.
We tracked down the story
behind it and found that Miss
Jomes worked a steam-iron at
the Acme Laundry in Eastpox,
N. J. Last year, while ironing
a shirt belonging to Laundry
Mark x428Fy, she had noticed
a small piece of paper pro-
truding from the slot on the
collar. Curious, she pulled it
out and rtad: "Whoever you
are, I love the way you press
my shirts. I think I may love
you too. Interested?" She
blushed, but daringly wrote
her answer - "Interested,
sorta," and slipped it in the
collar-slot. Ten days later came
another shirt from x428Fy
and, sure enough, another
note: "If you can cook like you

'Scholars
Wyi Football
By CHUCK KOZOLL
Evans Scholars made it five in
a row as they rolled over Ha-
waiians, 27-0, yesterday at South
Ferry Field, in I-M football.
Long Dick Gates led the former
caddies with 12 points with John
Schubeck and Norb Capistront ac-
counting for the other two TD's.
The Zips earned a spot in the
first place playoffs by slipping
past Newman Club, 13-6.
The defensive line of John
Szurpicki, Dave Scott, and Steve
Augustyn led the Zips to victory
over previously unbeaten Newman
Club.
Double A Wins
A late second frame touchdown
by Werner Weitzel gave Double
A a 12-6 triumph over Coops. Dick
Barth tallied six for Double A in
the first half.
In other Independent league
contests, Geography took it on
the chin as they dropped a 20-0
decision to 1207. Phil Jones scored
13 for the winners. Tom Tullsen
accounted for six giving Triangle
"B" a 7-0 victory over Zeta Psi.
AFROTC knocked over SAMA,
20-12, aided by 12 points from Jim
Harder and six from Seth Tuttle.
Actuaries Win
Late afternoon shows featured
a 6-0 triumph of the Actuaries
over Sociology with the Bean-
towners winning over Chemistry,
19-0, and Seldom Seen Kids sub-
duing Comuters, 25-0. Mickey
Mouse edged by Bacteriology, 20-6.

can write I may be smitten
beyond recall. Fascinated?"
This time she almost swooned,
and wrote back, "Wow, am I!"
Anyhow, note followed hot
note and Miss 'Jomes began
thinking of turning in her
steam iron for a marriage man-
ual. Until one day tragedy
struck. x428Fy's shirts arrived
as usual, but when Miss Jomes
turned to the slot she found
it sewn-up. Frantic, she tried
to rip it open. No luck. She
could feel something thin In-
side, but she couldn't get to
it. And that's how it's been
ever since!
You see, x428Fy had switch-
ed to slotless Van Heusen
Collarite shirts-with sewn-in
stays! You should, too! These
micro-thin stays can't get lost,
keep your collar flat, and
launder with your shirt! Spec-
ify Collarite next time.
And don't feel bad about
Miss Jomes. She took her un-
happiness out in hard work
and was promoted to assistant
manager. We expect a thank-
you note from her any day.-

Strictly off the form sheet, Ohio
State appears to have the best
chance to hold the lead in the Big
Ten football title chase after to-
morrow's full schedule of confer-
ence clashes. *
The oddsmakers have installed
the Buckeyes 14 point favorites
as they seek a fourth straight
conference triumph that would
give them the, outright lead if
Iowa should lose.
The Iowa-Michigan clash is
rated a toss-up.
Wildcats Seek First
In Columbus, Northwestern not
only will be seeking its first de-
cision of the season but also, its
first success against Ohio State
in eight meetings since 1948.
In Madison, Michigan State's
sputtering Spartans face the Baby
Badgers of Wisconsin in a contin-
uation of MSU's battle to hang
in behind the leaders in the race.
State still has an outside chance
for the conference title if Iowa
and Michigan each lose once, and
Ohio State is dumped twice.
Rely on Sophomores
The Badgers acquired the
"Baby" nickname this year be-
cause Coach Milton Bruhn has
been starting so many sopho-
mores.
Michigan State is a one-touch-
down favorite, but Wisconsin is
the surprise team of the confer-
ence. The Badgers hold a five-
three edge in the series dating
back to 1913.
A couple of "giant killers," Pur-
due and Illinois, square off before
a Dad's Day crowd at Champaign.
Both of the teams have suffered
two conference defeats, so neith-
er harbors any title aspirations at
the moment, even though not
mathematically out of the race.
Illinois Favored
Illinois is a six-point favorite
over the Boilermakers, whose all-
conference fullback of 1956, Mel
Dillard, is on the verge of losing
his job to sophomore Bob Jarus.
Because of Purdue's rugged de-
fense, the Illini are expected to
keep quarterback Tom Haller
busy pitching passes.
Minnesota tries to salve the

wounds of two straight Big Ten
shellackings in its homecoming
game against much-mauled Indi-
ana.
The Gophers are four-touch-
down favorites despite successive
losses to Illinois and Michigan, a
swarm of injuries and a general
air of despondency.
The manpower-short Hoosiers
have lost three Big Ten meetings
to opponents who averaged 52
points a game. Yet they may be
in their best position of the sea-
son to grab a Big Ten victory or
come reasonably close. Their 14-7
success over Villanova last week
put new zest into the squad's
morale.
Minnesota, its Rose Bowl
chances smashed by losses to Il-
linois and Michigan on successive
Saturdays, isn't excited about the
game.
Pirates,
To Move?
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (-) - The
Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday
termed as "food for thought" an
offer from Jersey City to play in
Roosevelt Stadium in 1958.
But Commissioner Bernard J.
Berry, director of Jersey City's
parks department, said he has
little hope of securing a major
league team.
Pittsburgh did not elaborate on
what it meant by "food for
thought."

in Physics, Mathematics,
and Electrical Engineer.
ing are asked to join the
Lincoln Laboratory scien-
tists and engineers
whose ideas have con-
tributed to new concepts
in the field of electronic
air defense.

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Heavy Radars
Memory Devices
Transistorized
Digital Computers
Scatter Communications
Solid State
AEW

(air-borne early warning)
* SAGE
(semi-automatic ground
environment)
* Systems Analysis

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NOV. 6th

Senior Lincoln Laboratory
technical staff members
will be on campus. Ap-
pointments may be made
with the Placement
Offce.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
MIT
LINCOLN LABORATORY
Box 211L.xington, Moss.

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