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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER $3,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAOR ",THRLM

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAOE TH3~U

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Fourteen

Seniors

Compete

Today in Last Game

MARV NYREN JIM DAVIES
... top right guard ... never lets up

JIM VAN PELT JIM ORWIG
... calls last game . . .. Wolverine Captain

JIM PACE
. . finale for 'M' great

JERRY GOEBEL. MIKE SHATUSKY
... sterling comeback .. . reliable performer

LARRY FATJL
... strength up front

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Injury Plagued Wolverines
Seek Upset over Champions

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Today's
OHIO STATE

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and crew would most like to beat.
Also resting on the block for the
Ohioans is a chance to add to
their laurels and become the num-
ber one team in the nation if their
showing is impressive enough
against Michigan. They are pres-
ently third.
O SU Line Powerful
If they can conquer the Wolver-
ines, the Buckeyes will enjoy an
undefeated Big Ten season. Only
Arrive Early
Ticketholders are requested to
arrive early for today's sellout
so that everyone can be seated
for the kickoff at 1:30. Teunmer-
atures are expected to be in the
?ow 30's.
Texas Christian has been able to
knock off Ohio State to date.
This year reports are that the
OSU line is something more than
formidable. The two guards and
center, Bill Jobko, Aurelius Thom-
as, and Dan Fronk, are capable of
the shoulder-to-shoulder jugger-
naut power exhibited here in 1955.

At least against Iowa it was
there. Ohio State continually ran
its favorite power plays right over
Iowa strongboys Mac Lewis and
Dick Klein.
Michigan Faces Clark
If Michigan can come up with
the defenses to get through this
middle of the line power, it can
perhaps then cope with Don
Clark..
Halfback Clark, who missed the
Iowa contest due to a groin injury,
is supposed to be in shape to go
against Michigan. With him
comes an impressive record. In 118
rushes, he has ground out 655
yards and scored eight times.
Van Pelt hasn't reached full ef-
ficiency with his knee injury but
he has been taking part in drills
this week and is scheduled to
start. Another doubtful is Jim
Byers with his ankles. This ob-
viously leaves Michigan short at
the fullback position.
If neither Herrnstein nor Byers
can play, the responsibility is
strictly the property of Gene Sis-
inyak and Tony Rio, both of
whom played most of the game
against Indiana.

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Schafrath
Jobko
Fronk
Thomas
Marshall
Brown
Kremblas
Clark
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MICHIGAN
Prahst
Orwig
Faul
Goebel
Nyren
Davies
W. Johnson
Van Pelt
Pace
Myers
Sisinyak

By SI COLEMAN
Today formally marks the end-
ing of Big Ten collegiate football
for the 1957 season.
But for all practical purposes,
it ended last Saturday when the
curtain was drawn at Columbus,
ending the race for the Confer-

SEASON ENDS TODAY:
Big Ten Finales To FeatureRivalries

Mantle Edges Williams
To Take MUP Award

ROCHESTER, Minn. OP) -
Mickey Mantle was named the
American League's Most Valuable
Player for the second straight sea-
son yesterday, and the news al-
most floored the New York Yankee
slugger.
"I thought Ted Williams would
make it easily," the 26-year-old
outfielder said as he prepared to
leave for his Commerce, Okla.,
home after a physical checkup at
the Mayo Clinic.
Mantle won the Baseball Writ-
ers Assn. of America award in a
virtual photo finish with Williams,
the veteran Boston Red Sox great

Big Ten Standings

NBA STANDINGS
WESTERN DIVISION

THREE TITLES AT STAKE:
Auburn Defends Unmarred Record

and outfielder Roy Sievers of
Washington.
Mantle received 233 votes to 209
for Williams and 205 for Sievers.
A year ago Mickey was an unani-
mous selection.
Didn't Expect Award
"I thought I lost my chance for
Most Valuable Player when I was
missing so much playing time near
the end of the season," Mantle
said. "I didn't expect to be picked
this time, so it's a lot bigger thrill
than last year."
Mickey hit .365 in the Yankees'
sweep to the pennant, drove out
34 homers and knocked in 94 runs.
His homer and RBI totals trailed
Sievers' league-leading 42 home
runs and 114 RBIs, while Williams'
.388 batting average easily won
him the title in that department.
'ick Williams Ninth, Tenth
Mantle polled six first place
votes of a possible 24. Williams
had five and Sievers four. But
while Mantle was named no lower
than fourth on all ballots, Wil-
liams unaccountably got one tenth
place and one ninth place vote.
For Williams, whose 1957
achievements at the age of 39
may have constituted his greatest
performance, it was the fourth
time as runnerup in the MVP race.
He won the honor in 1946 and
1949.
Nellie Fox of the Chicago White
Sox was fourth in the balloting
with five votes for first place and
a total of 193 points.

ence title and at the same time,
determining the Rose Bowl nomi-
nee.
OSU Captures Honor
By eking out a narrow 17-13
win over Iowa, the 1956 Confer-
ence champs, Ohio State managed
to carry away all the honors for
which 10 teams battled since the
beginning of the season.
-Consequently, little remains to
be accomplished today, other than
to finish out the schedule.
Whatever interest there is to-
day, it will be generated by a race
for individual honors or the tradi-
tional game.
Only three games involve con-
tests between conference members.
Michigan State and Iowa play
non-conference foes.
Badgers Face Gophers
Wisconsin travels to Minneapolis
to engage the Gophers of Minne-
sota. Four teams still have a
chance to finish fourth in the
standings and these are two of'
them.
Minnesota has been the big dis-
appointment of the season. Picked
in pre-season ratings for one of
the favorite's roles, the Gophers
seemingly have found that playing
eight Big Ten opponents has been
just a little more than they can
handle. 1
In addition, the cries up Minne-

sota way have been getting louder
by the minute, yapping for the
release of Coach Murray War-
math. It is possible that his job
could be just about the biggest
element riding on the outcome of
this game.
Illini Host Wildcats
Illinois, the hot and cold team
of the conference, plays host to
Northwestern. The Wildcats from
Evanston will be out to win their
first game of the year.
Purdue, which gathered most of
its fame this season when it upset
Michigan State, plays an away
game. at Bloomington against In-
diana. The Hoosiers will also be
attemptingto win their first game
of the year.
Michigan State will be out to
bolster its number one national
rating by rolling up a'large score
against Kansas State. Nineteen
Spartans will bow out from the
team which Duffy Daugherty has
labeled as his very best.
And finally, in perhaps the top
game of the day, Iowa faces the
team that made history by stop-
ping Oklahoma last week, the Irish
of Notre Dame. Despite that up-
set, the Irish remain a seven-point
underdog against, the Hawkeyes
who have clinched third place in
the Big Ten.

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Ohio State ...6 0
Michigan State .5 1
Iowa ..........4 1
MICHIGAN ....3 2
Purdue .......3 3
Wisconsin .....3 3
Minnesota .....3 4
Illinois ........2 4
Indiana ........0 5
Northwestern . .0 6

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Faint aromas of last Saturday's
upsets, mixed with the tension and
excitement that go hand in hand
with traditional games, form the
recipe that furnishes today's na-
tional collegiate football action.
All the results of the national
and conference races will not be
completed for another week, since
several of the teams still in compe-
tition either do not play today or
face unimportant opposition.
But there most certainly are
several placings at stake, and they
will be known today.
Tigers Play FloridaState
Michigan State will be out to
cement its top national rating
which it earned last week. Auburn,
meanwhile, is second to the Spar-
tans by only a very slim margin.
The defense-minded Tigers play
Florida State, and only an upset
bug could prevent Auburn from
winning its ninth game without a
loss.
Three titles are at stake in the
Ivy, Pacific Coast and Atlantic
Coast Conferences.
Dartmouth (5-0-1) must win or
tie its last game against Prince-
ton (5-1-0) to take the Ivy title.
Princeton was the pre-season fa-
vorite, but the upset punch hit
last week when Yale inflicted the
first loss on Tigers this year.
Ducks Meet Beavers
An undisputed conference cham-
pionship also hangs in the bal-
ance when Oregon meets Oregon
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State on the West Coast. Oregon
has already clinched the Rose
Bowl nomination since Oregon
State is the defending champ and
cannot make a return appearance.
A win or tie would clinch it for
the Ducks of Oregon.
Duke, tied but unbeaten in the
Atlantic Coast Conference, faces
its traditional enemy, North Caro-
lina. The Blue Devils from Dur-
ham already have the Orange
Bowl bid in hand, but they need
a victory for the title.
North Carolina State, barred
from bowl play by the NCAA,
meets South Carolina and can

still claim a share of the cham-
pionship.
Last Game for Taylor
In a tussle known as the Game
in the West, Stanford clashes with
California. Stanford coach, Chuck
Taylor, will make his final ap-
pearance as head mentor in this
game.
Yale and Harvard play a similar
contest in the East, and the Bull-
dogs can cop the traditional Big
Three title with a win.
Rice can go into a tie for the
Southwest Conference lead and
also keep its Cotton Bowl hopes
alive by beating Texas Christian.

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