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NOVEMBER 16, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NOVEMBER 16, 1957 TUE MiCHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines Host Last-Place Hoosiers

Herrustein Replaces Byers
As Starting Fullback Today

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THE LITTLE SAVER

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serious flu epidemic, will be minus
the talents of end Delnor Gales,
who has a broken wrist.
This will be the 23rd renewal
of this rivalry, began in 1900.
Michigan has won 18, and there
have been no ties. Michigan fol-
lowers still remember the 1954
game, which saw the Cream and
Crimson wreck the Wolverines'
hopes with a 13-9 upset.
Jim Pace, knocked out early
against Illinois, has sufficiently
recovered from the blow and will
be ready to go. The fleet tailback
is second in the Big Ten with 42
points scored, and has gained 402
yards rushing in all games for a
4.3 yards-per-carry average.
Herrnstein at Full
Michigan's starters will include
Jim Van Pelt, who is still some-
what handicapped by a charley-
horse, at quarterback, Pace and
Brad Myers at the halfs and John

Herrnstein, whose foot is still
hampering him, at full.
The line will be the usual: Gary
Prahst and Walt Johnson at the
ends; Capt. Jim Orwig and Jim
Davies, tackles; Larry Faul and
Mary Nyren, guards, and Jerry
Goebel at center.
Regular wingback Mike Sha-
tusky's back is still in only fair
shape, and Myers should start,
though Shatusky should see con-
siderable action.
Still Weak
Indiana Coach Hicks reports
that his squad is "pretty well over
the flu, but still a little weak,"
and plans a few alterations.
The backs will be Tom Mc-
Donald at quarterback, Tom Ken-
drick and Jim Yore at the halfs,
and Ed Fritz at full.
Kendrick will open instead of
Norm Mackin, still a bit weak
from flu. The 196-1b. Fritz will go
in place of Ken Hubbart, who
should see some action despite a
bad ankle.
Captain Returns
The line will find Norm Craft
and Tony Aloisio, ends; Mike Ra-
bold and Bob DeMarco, tackles;
Capt. Don Howell and Don Noone,
guards, and John Razmic, center.
Howell will be returning to the
lineup after an absence of two
weeks, due to a heavy attack of
the flu.
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OUT OF THE PAST-Dave Hill, 1955 Michigan fullback, leaps
through a large hole in the Indiana line to score for the Wolver-
ines. Michigan's 23-point lead in the third period can be read on
the scoreboard at the upper right.

IN BIG TEN SHOWDOWN:
Ohio State Meets Iowa Today

LAST CHANCE-This afternoon's Indiana-Michigan game will
afford Wolverine halfback Jim Pace his last chance to outrun the
Hoosiers. Above he is shown on a dazzling run as a sophomore as
he helps Michigan down Indiana, 30-0.
Sooners Seek 48th Win
Against 'Fighting Irish'

Among America's great sav-
ers, George T. Coffee is a
legend. One day, George dis-
covered that by going to sleep
with his shoes on, he could
save a full 60 seconds dressing
in the morning. Multiplying
this by 365 days-gave him
over 6 hours saved per year.
Then, multiplying this by 8
years-gave him 48 hours--
or two full days saved! George
was giddy. "Think of it," he
mused. "Two full days saved
to do anything . . . read,
sleep or go to Europe!"
Another time, George passed
a store that advertised "Save
$50 When You Buy These
$100 Suits!" George imme-
diately saw the fantastic op-
portunity....realizingthat he
could save $100 by not buying
any of these suits. Thereupon,
he proceeded not to buy ten
suits and rolled up a tidy
$1,000 in a few seconds,
However, the best saving
George ever did by far-was

when he happened on the
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Vantage is a shirt you don't
have to iron ... so you save
on laundry bills. Wash it-
hang it up to dry-that's all.
"So what," you sneer, "aren't
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the same thing?" "Mebbe,"
we sneer, "but Vantage is a
cotton shirt-with all of cot-
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Men-grab a pencil in your
fist. Figure out your laundry
bill for shirts for a year. Then
figure out the price for seven
Vantage shirts. You'll find
that Vantage shirts actually
pay for themselves in the
laundry bills you save! See
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P.S. You can also save your-
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By STEVE SALZMAN
Ohio State and Iowa battle
today for the Big Ten Conference
Championship.
A win by either team will clinch
the title. However the Buckeyes
will be shooting for more than the
title, a win over Iowa will assure
them of making the trip to Pasa-
dena in January.
1.Iowa Coach Forest Evashevski is
expecting the Buckeyes to show
the best of their ground game in
this crucial battle. Evashevski has
said, "We feel that Ohio State,
with its powerful and fast backs,
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In the I-M Independent football
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plake championship.
The Ghosts beat the Commuters
19-6 in the third-place playoffs.
In other games, Sama 13, Soci-
ology 6 (4th place playoffs); Owen
Co-op 12, Weslyans 0 (5th place
playoffs).

will try to run .. . If we tighten
our defense, I feel that we have
an excellent chance against them."
Spartans Meet Gophers
In another Big Ten game,
fourth-ranked Michigan ,State
meets the Minnesota Gophers.
This is a must game for the Spar-
tans, who still have a slight chance
to cop the trip to the, Rose Bowl.
This dream could come true if
Ohio Sate loses and ties, or tastes
double defeat at the hands of their
remaining opponents, Iowa and
Michigan.
Minnesota was a pre-season
favorite in the Big Ten and the
Golden Gophers at one point were
third in the national AP poll. But
Illinois, Michigan and Iowa of the
"tough ten" proved that any out-
fit with speed and quarterback
capable of throwing long passes
could run away from the "ground-
ed Gophers."
Badgers Face Illini
The sophomore studded Wiscon-
sin Badgers meet the upset kings,
the fighting Illini, in what should
prove to be a very exciting game.
Illinois line coach Bob King has
scouted the Badgers for most of
the season and he has this to say

about them in relation to the
game.
"This Wisconsin football team,
flies at its opponents, and Illinois
is going to meet offensive and de-
fensive charges which are faster
and more furious than any we've
faced this season."
King continued, "Wisconsin has
been a good football team all year.
Even in defeat, they have impress-
ed me greatly."
In another conference game,
Purdue faces Northwestern. The
winless Northwestern "Wild-Mt-
tens" have not looked very strong
this season, and the Boilermakers
should not have too much trouble
today.

INDIANA
Craft
Rabold
Howell
Razmic
Noone
DeMarco
Aloislo
McDonald
Kendrick
Yore
Fritz

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MICHIGAN
Prahst
Orwig
Faul
Goebel
Nyren
Davies
Johnson
Van Pelt
Pace
Myers
Herrnstein

The Oklahoma Sooners, the
"winningest" team in the nation,
meet the Fighting Irish of Notre
Dame today in the national TV
Game of the Week.
The Irish were the last team to
beat the Sooners, this was way
back in 1953, and the Oklahoma
squad will be shooting for their
48th straight victory.
Notre Dame, playing one of the
roughest schedules ever conceived,
has been beaten in its last two out-
ings. Both teams have faced a
mutual opponent this season, with
the Irish coming from behind to
eke out a 13-7 victory over Pitts-
burgh, while the Sooners. smashed
the Panthers, 26-0.

On all tangible evidence one can
pick Oklahoma with ease over the
Irish. However, there are a few
intangibles which enter into col-
lege play. During the middle of
the season, the Sooners fell into
doldrums and had to fight for their
life to continue their winning
ways.
Notre Dame, on the other"hand,
has shown its ability to come into
a game in a state of fever pitch.
Aggies Too Strong
The Owls of Baylor are still in
the race for the Southwest Con-
ference title, but Texas A&M is
just too strong a team, and they
have been making a policy out of
stopping contenders for the past
few weeks.
In what should prove to be the
closest battle of the day, theTen-
nessee Volunteers meet the Mis-
sissippi Rebels, At stake probably
will be a Sugar or Cotton Bowl
berth. The training of the Volun-
teers on "pain and punishment"
will have to make them a favorite.
To round out the top ten con-
tenders, third-rated Auburn,
ninth-rated Navy, and tenth-rated
Army should have no trouble in
stopping Georgia, George Wash-
ington, and Tulane, respectively.

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By DON DRESCHER
With the NFL season more than
half over, the Cleveland Browns
have taken a commanding lead in
the Eastern Division race.
The Browns are perenially a
fearsome club in the NFL. Since
joining the League in 1950, the
Browns have been division cham-
pions six times and World's Cham-
pions three times, the only excep-
tion being the 1956 season when
they made a better showing than
their 5-7 record indicates.
Why Success?
What is the reason for this suc-
cess year after year? Part of it is
due to the coaching of Paul Brown,
'M' Harriers
Finish Sixth
CHICAGO M)-Michigan State
captured its third consecutive
team crown and Michigan fin-
ished sixth in the 43rd annual Big
Ten Cross Country Meet yester-
day at Chicago's Washington
Park.
Minnesota's Len Edelen won the
individual championship by nos-
ing out MSU's Crawford Kennedy
in the final 10 yds. of the four-
mile race. Edelen took 21 minutes
and 9.4 seconds to negotiate the
distance on a soggy track.
Team scores were as follows:
MSU, 43 points; Iowa, 74; Illinois,
83; Indiana, 86; Minnesota, 96;
and Michigan, 103. The other Big
Ten schools did not compete.

and part of the credit must go to
a fine backfield array. However,
much is due to the efforts of the
Cleveland forward wall-the great-
est line in pro football.
Even in the 1956 season, the
worst in Cleveland's eleven-year
history, the defense had the low-
est opponents-yds.-gained record
of any team in either division.
To date this season, the unit
composed of such standouts as
Darrel Brewster, Lenny Ford, Bill
Quinlan, Lou Groza, Don Colo and
others have mowed down the oppo-
sition with monotonous regularity.
Good Line
The line has all the essential
components a good line should
possess in ample quantity. They
have much experience and are
big. Added to this, the unit has
considerable depth at all positions.
The huge hulk of Ford, a former
Michigan star, has been terrorizing
opposing teams in the pro ranks
for ten years. The defensive right
end stands 6'5" and weighs 260
pounds. He hashbeen a stellar de-
fenseman for the Browns for the
past eight years.
Lou Keeps Kicking
Groza, and Colo, who occupy the
tackle slot, are a great threat. A
great offensive tackle "The Toe"
is also one of the leagues top
scorers due to his marvelous place
kicking ability. Last season he
made 11 field goals for the Browns
plus converting 18 of 19 extra point
attempts.
The 33-yr.-old star has scored a
whopping total of 815 points in his

eleven-year pro career, and in that
time he missed only 11 conversions
in 422 attempts.
Talent, experience, and size are
the key to the Browns' amazing
line, the backbone of Cleveland's
perennial success.

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