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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TH"tBS

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ~EK

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'M1 Eleven Hears
Scouting Reports
Eliot's Illini Promise To Provide
Tough Opposition as in Past Years

GREENE WHIPS WILLIAMS:
Gomberg Wins in I-M Semi-Finals

RAY ELIOT
.. "witch-doctor"
GridPi*cks
rBeckonts All,
With the Michigan - Iowa tie
heading the list, upset upon up-
set happened last Saturday, with
the result being that most of the
Grid Picks entries had more wrong
than right.
There were, of course, excep-'
tions, and the best exception was
the entry submitted by Don Brink-
man of 417 E. Liberty who came
out on top with 16 correct picks.
We have another 20 games for
you this week so pick your favor-
ites and the score of the Michigan-
Illinois game and get your entry
to 420 Maynard.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. MICHIGAN at Illinois
(also score)
2. Alabama at Tulane
3. Arkansas at Rice
4. Baylor at Texas
5. Oregon State at California
6. Duke vs. Navy at Baltimore
7. Georgia Tech at Tennessee
8. Cincinnati at Indiana
9. Minnesota at Iowa
10. LSU at Mississippi
11. Notre Dame at Michigan
State
12. South Carolina vs. North
Carolina
13. Wisconsin at Northwestern
14. Purdue at Ohio State
16. West Virginia at Pitt
17. Stanford at USC
18. Southern Methodist at Texas
A&M
20. Kentucky at Vanderbilt

By RUDE DIFAZIO
The Michigan football team re-
turned to practice yesterday for
this week's game with an up and
down Illinois team, with accent on
up this weekend.
Ray Eliot, the "witch doctor"
coach of the Illini has an inborn
talent of lifting his team to the
heights for Michigan. To make
matters worse and give him an
extra unneeded advantage, the
game is in Champaign.
Scouting Report
In the scouting report after yes-
terday's short workout, head coach
Bennie Oosterbaan probably re-
minded his Wolverines that Illi-
nois will not only be tough at
home, but also tricky.
If he didn't, it was probably due
to a case of repression. The mem-
ory of his last trip to Champaign
is one he can't forget. The seniors
on the team won't forget that trip
either.
Two Years Ago
Two years and one week ago
Michigan ran into the now famous
fake field goal and screen pass
which scored Illinois' second
touchdown breaking a 6-6 tie and
killing the Wolverine's chances for
a Big Ten title and Rose Bowl trip
that year.
Eliot can be expected to again
have a full bag of tricks for the
Wolverines, much as Iowa did last
weekend.ellinois' loss to Purdue
last week leaves the Illini a little
hungry before the home folks.
End Coach Matt Patanelli, who
scouted Illinois, reports that they
are extremely fast.
"The line especially is much
faster than we have met in Min-
nesota or Iowa," he warned.
Iowa Game
As for the Iowa game, Ooster-
baan inferred that the surprise

eight-man line the Hawkeyes
threw against the Wolverines did
not hinder Michigan as much as
its own mistakes.
Michigan came out of the game
with no serious injuries. They did,
of course, have the usual compli-
ment of Monday afternoon aches
and pains. Included in this list of
players who passed up practice to
take a workout in the training
room were quarterback Jim Van
Pelt with a charley horse, and
guards Larry Faul and Alex Calla-
han with minor leg injuries.
Prepare for Illini
Beginning with today's practice,
it can be assured that Oosterbaan
will begin to get his Wolverines
fully prepared for the challenge
they will meet this Saturday at
Champaign.
The seniors who remember two
years ago will be leading the team
to meet that challenge.

SUFFERED CONCUSSION-Eddie Lebaron, 167-lb. quarterback
for Washington, suffered a slight concussion in the second period
of Sunday's game with Cleveland.

REACH HALFWAY MARK:

By HANA JANJIGIAN
The weatherman favored the
Residence Hall circuit with a brisk
fall day as I-M semi-final games
were played yesterday.
Ground Attack
Showing power on the ground
and using a dangerous passing at-
tack, Gomberg shut out Van Tyne,
13-0. Ted McVay piloted Gomberg
to the win. In the first half, he
connected with a 35-yd. payoff
pass to Frank Whelan, and later
Texas A&M
Rated First
In AP. Poll
By The Associated Press
In spite of a close call in win-
ning their seventh straight game
this season, the defense-minded
Texas Aggies strengthened their
hold on first place yesterday in the
weekly Associated Press national
ranking poll of college football
teams.
The sports writers and broad-
casters who dropped Oklahoma
from the lead after a couple of
close ones, strung along with the
Aggies after their 7-6 victory over
Arkansas. Oklahoma's Sooners,
who again won unconvincingly,
barely remained in front of Au-
burn, another strong defensive
team that seldom wins by big
scores, in the heaviest balloting of
the season.
No Impressive Wins
Neither won very impressively
last Saturday. Oklahoma beat a
rather battered Kansas State
team, 13-0, and Auburn downed
Florida by the same score.
Michigan State, which held first
place in the ratings for one week
this season, moved back up to
fourth place from sixth on a 21-7
victory over Wisconsin as two of
last week's leaders encountered
serious trouble.
Iowa Drops to 5th
Iowa, third last week, got only
a 21-21 tie against Michigan and
slid to fifth place, and Notre Dame
tumbled from fifth to 15th after a
20-6 loss to Navy. Duke also lost
a place in the top ten after a 13-0
defeat by Georgia Tech.
As a result, the lineup from
sixth through tenth was Ohio
State, Navy, Army, Tennessee and
North Carolina State. Navy and
Tennessee returned to the upper
echelon this week for the first
time since the early part of the
season.
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in the second period, he tossed a
short pass to Bill Knapp. Behind
expert blocking, Knapp ran 38
yards to paydirt. Mike Sakkinen,
235-lb. halfback, scored the extra
point.
Greene Wins
Greene defeated Williams, 12-6,
in a hard fought contest. Greene
scored first on a pass from George
Carr to Dan Bennett. Later, a
pitch from Carr to Val Milholland
added the all-important winning
touchdown.
In the Professional Fraternity
League, Phi Chi edged out the Law
Club in the overtime period. Joe
Kutz, former University of Detroit
tackle and team captain during

the 1951-52 season, played for Phi
Chi.
RESIDENCE HALL "B" SCORES
Hinsdale 15, Cooley 0
Hayden 12, Scott 0
Strauss 7, Kelsey 0
Huber 13, Anderson 12
Gomberg 4, Williams 0
Greene 7, Chicago 0 (protested)
Adams over Van Tyne (forfeit)
RESIDENCE HALL "A" SCORES
Cooley 13, Kelsey 7
Anderson 18, Scott 0
Taylor 8, Strauss 7
Reeves 6, Huber 2
Allan Rumsey over Lloyd
(forfeit)
Michigan over Hayden (forfeit)

San Francisco, Cleveland I

By CARL RISEMAN
The San Francisco Forty-Niners
and the Cleveland Browns con-
tinued to lead in their respective,
leagues as the NFL campaign
reached the halfway mark, Sun-
day.
A desperation pass from Y. A.
Tittle to R. C. Owens with only
seconds remaining, enabled the
Forty-Niners to edge the stubborn
Detroit Lions, 35-31. The Forty-
Niners won their fifth straight
victory and increased their lead in
the Western Division.

The Detroit team appeared
doomed to certain defeat as they
were behind, 28-10, with only 11
minutes remaining in the game.
Tobin Rote then calmly threw
three consecutive touchdown pass-
es to give Detroit a brief lead, but
the story book finish was ruined
by Tittle's tremendous throw.
A heralded rookie blossomed out
in Cleveland's win over the Wash-
ington Redskins, 21-17. Jim
Brown, former All American from
Syracuse, turned in the greatest
performance of his first profes-

Major Grid Powers Battle to Wire
In Struggle for Top Spot in Nation

By STEVE SALZMAN

dead NFL
sional season. Brown picked up
109 yards and two touchdowns in
21 rushes to pace the Browns.
Eddie LeBaron Injured
Washington's attack was ham-
pered by the loss of little Eddie
LeBaron. The 167-lb. quarterback
suffered a slight concussion in the
second period.
New York beat the Green Bay
Packers, 31-17, as the Giants re-
mained a potential threat to the
Browns in the Eastern Division.
The Giants are tied with the
Steeler's for second place, only one
game behind the Browns.
Pittsburgh, which started the
season without a first string quar-
terback, discovered it had one of
the best as the Steelers subdued
Baltimore, 19-13. Earl Morrall
passed for 270 yards and two
touchdowns for the best aerial
yardage of the year in the Na-
tional Football League.
NFL STANDINGS
WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco 5 1 .833
Detroit 3 3 .500
Baltimore 3 3 .500
Chicago Bears 2 4 .333
Green Bay 2 4 .333
Los Angeles 2 4 .333
EASTERN DIVISION
Cleveland 5 1 .833
New York 4 2 .667
Pittsburgh 4 2 .667
Chicago Cards 2 4 .333
Washington 2 4 .333
Philadelphia 2 4 .333
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Texas A&M and Oklahoma re-
main neck and neck as they battle
down to the wire for the title of
being the number one college foot-
ball team in the nation.
The Aggies racked up their sev-
enth consecutive victory of the
season by downing Arkansas, 7-6.
This was a victory which the Ag-
gies really had to sweat for. Only
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A&M halfback, saved the day for
the victors. With seconds left to
play, Crow intercepted an end zone
pass to clinch the game.
As has been the rule rather than
the exception for the last few
weeks, Oklahoma had to battle
down to the end-to win its sixth
straight this season, as it nipped
Kansas State, 13-0.
The defensive giants of football,
mighty Auburn, also racked up its
sixth of the year by topping Flor-
ida, 13-0. Auburn's rock ribbed
line showed why the Tigers have
only allowed two touchdowns to
be scored upon them this season.
Only Two First Downs
The big line allowed Florida only
two first downs until the closing
minutes of the game, when the
third and fourth stringers were
playing.
A spectacular 50-yd. run on a
short pass from quarterback Lloyd
Nix, by Jimmy Phillips clinched
the game for the Tigers..
Fifth ranked Notre Dame took
it on the chin from Navy, 20-6,
the first defeat of the year for
the Irish. Notre Dame showed it-,
self not to be the super team it
was thought to be during the early
part of the season. In fact they
struggled all the way against the
very crisp Middies.
Another previously unbeaten
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team fell into the hands of the
football devil as seventh-ranked
Duke was defeated by Georgia
Tech, 13-0.
What surprised most spectators
was how Tech rammed its way
through the Blue Devil defense,
which before this game was the
third best in the nation. The Engi-
neers bulled their way through the
Duke line for 232 rushing yards as
they made mince meat of the for-
ward wall.
Dartmouth, the class of the Ivy
League, could do no better than tie
Yale, 14-14, and lose the confer-
ence leadership to Princeton, who
beat Brown, 7-0, one day after its
coach, Charlie Caldwell, had died.
Pacific Coast Games
In the Pacific Coast Conference,
Oregon all but clinched a Rose
Bowl bid by eking out a-27-26 ver-
dict over Stanford. Washington
State, the only other team that
was in contention, was the victim
of an upset loss to Oregon State,
39-25.
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