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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ten Football Team'

NFL STANDINGS
WESTERN DIVISION
W L
Baltimore 6 3
Detroit 5 4
San Francisco 5 4
Los Angeles 4 5
Chicago Bears 4 5
Green Bay t 3 6
EASTERN DIVISION
W L
Cleveland 7 a1
New York 7 2
Pittsburgh 4 4
Philadelphia 3 6
Chicago Cards 2 6
Washington 2 6

hntra-Squad
Tilt Marks
Cage Debut
Freshmen Play
Varsity Tonight
By RUDE DIFAZIO
What could be Michigan's best
basketball team in many years
makes its first appearance before
the Wolverine fans tonight at Yost
Field House at 8 p.m.
The game will pit the 'M' varsity
against this year's crop of fresh-
men.
Last year the team again fin-
ished third, tied with Purdue at
8-6, but overall the team was only
13-9.
Almost Intact
This year's team returns almost
intact from last year. Gone, how-
ever, are Ron Kramer and Jim
Shearon. Many experts feel that
with their departure the Wolver-
ines will be weaker, but this re-
mains to be proved.
Returning this year is the high-
scoring, hard-driving, strong-re-
bounding combination of George
Lee, Pete Tillotson and M. C. Bur-
ton, all with at least a year of
experience under their belts.
Coach Bill Perigo is starting two
other seasoned veterans to the
team that is probably the fastest
he has ever coached, hard-working
Randy Tarrier, and steadying Jack
Lewis.
Freshman Coach Dave Strack is
starting Steve Jordan, 6'4" All-
Stater from Cass Tech High School
in Detroit, and Arlen Parker, 6'3",
from Greenville, Ill. at the for-
wards; Rich Donley, 6'6" All-Stater
from Big Rapids at center; Rich
Robbins, 6', from Port Huron, and
John Tidwell, 6'4", from Herrin,
Ill., both former members of All-
State teams, at the guards.

BROWNS LEAD IN EAST:
Colts Head NFL Western Division

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By CARL RISEMAN
Baltimore took the lead in the
Western Division of the National
Football League Sunday, but the
pressure of four other contending
teams may prove too much for the
Colts as the season enters its last
quarter.
New York and Cleveland con-
tinue to roll along in the Eastern
Division and appear headed for a
showdown in the final game of the
season.
Baltimore came from behind to
whip the San Francosco '49ers, 27-
21, and knock 'Frisco out of a first
place tie. Quarterback Y. A. Tittle
Co-Captains
Jim Hayslett and Dick Kim-
ball were elected co-head cheer-
leaders for the 1958 season
yesterday by the cheerleading
squad to replace this year's
leader, Ed Gagnier.
scored twice and passed for the
third '49er touchdown but it wasn't,
enough. With only"'one minute to
go in the game, a bull-like plunge
into the end zone by fullback Alan
Ameche sealed the sixth Colt vic-
tory, the highest total ever in their
league history.

The Detroit Lions, previously
tied for first place, were stunned
by the Chicago Bears, 27-7. The
running of big Rick Casares put
a damper on Detroit's title hopes.
Jim Brown is a very consistent
football player. Last year he was
a one-man team for Syracuse and
this year he's doing the same for
the Cleveland Browns.
Brown scored four touchdowns
and set a National Football League
rushing record as the high-flying
Browns downed the Los Angeles
Rams, 45-31.

New York stayed within half a
game of the front-running Browns
as they got by the weak Chicago
Cardinals, 28-21. Leading 21-0 at
one stage of the game, the Giants
were hard put to hold off a late
scoring surge by the Cardinals.
Green Bay knocked the hopeful
Pittsburgh Steelers out of conten-
tion in the Eastern Division with
a 27-10 drubbing. Key fumbling by
the Steelers and a 40-yard touch-
down run by the Packers' Howie
Ferguson were the deciding fac-
tors.

THURSDAY'S GAME
Green Bay at Detroit
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; BURKE THOMAS PACE ,."\ .
TACKL.E I GUARD BACK GUARD BACK
Four MSU Players Chosen to Squad;
Van Pelt W ins Third Team Honors

CHICAGO OP) - Although Ohio
State captured the conference title
and Rose Bowl bid, powerful Mich-
igan State dominated the 1957 All-
Big Ten football team selected yes-
terday by the Associated Press.
bMSU's Spartans seized four
berths on the honor team, com-
pared with three each taken by
Ohio State and dethroned ,Iowa.
The other first team position went
to Michigan's great halfback, Jim
Pace.
Compared to Grange
Pace amazed veteran experts
with his break-away skill and
speed. A few even compared him
with Red Grange.
Michigan's Jim Van Pelt was
named to the third team.
The backfield, averaging 196
pounds, includes Pace, Ohio State's
Don Clark and two Michigan State
stars -halfback Walt Kowalczyk
and quarterback, Jim Ninowski.
Although he regularly played half-
back, the 205-pound Kowalczyk, a'
n ViS Cup
Stars Picked
ADELAbE, Australia (IP) - Vic
Seixas, whose selection was called
"automatic," and three other play-
ers were named yesterday to rep-
resent the United States against
the Philippines in the interzone
Davis Cup matches next week.
Captain Bill Talbert also nomi-
nated Gardnar Mulloy, Herbie
Flam, and Ron Holmberg as the
other members of the four-man
squad. However, ex-Michigan star
Barry MacKay was not included in
the list.
The Philippines will be met Dec.
5-7 and if victorious, the Ameri-
cans play the Belgians at Adelaide,
Dec. 12-14, for the right to chal-
lenge Australia for the trophy.

terrific power runner, was placed
at fullback.
/The only unanimous choice was
Iowa tackle Alex Karras, the lone
repeater from the 1956 All-Big Ten
team.
Iowa, which lost its title in a
17-13 loss to Ohio State, landed
its three positions in the line, Kar-
ras, end Jim Gibbons and guard
Frank Bloomquist being honored.
Michigan State's two other all-
stars were center Dan Currie and
tackle Pat Burke. Ohio State also
placed two linemen, guard Aurelius
Thomas and end Leo Brown, whose
light weight of 171 brought the
average poundage of the seven
all-star linemen down to 205.
Second Team Backfield
This was not a' good Big Ten
season for fullbacks, although Ohio
State's brilliant soph, Bob White,
came along with a last minute rush
that nearly won him first team
honors. The Buckeye bulldozer was
placed in a second team backfield,
also including Ohio State's fine
quarterback, Frank Kremblas, and
a pair of swift halfbacks, Danny
Lewis of surprising Wisconsin and
Bobby Mitchell of Illinois.
The 1956 all-star fullback, Mel
Dillard, had a so-so season with-
out the passing of Len Dawson to
loosen up defenses for him and
was relegated to honorable men-
tion.
Great Performer
Clark was a great performer for
Ohio State, although he was side-
lined with a groin injury when the
Buckeyes, riding the brawny shoul-
ders of fullback White, rode to the
Big Ten title and Rose Bowl bid
with their conquest of Iowa.
Kowalczyk had shattering pow-
er, as well as the speed of a fine
halfback. Most defenses encoun-
tered by MSU were set to stop
this blasting ball carrier, but he
always made yardage when it was
needed. Coach Duffy Daugherty

rates Kowalczyk as Michigan
State's finest running back of the
modern era.
Ninowski was a slick passer and
sound field general. He got stout
competition in the quarterback
voting from Ohio State's Krem-
blas, who didn't pass much, but
moved the Buckeyes relentlessly
and tackled brilliantly, and Michi-
gan's Jim Van Pelt, a fine passer.

FOR Leisure-Hour
Ease
Fea*

Hawaiian Student Tops All
In Last Grid Picks Contest

Hawaii, the land of waving
palms, hula girls and pineapples
has added to its natural resources
two free passes to see. Pat Boone
in April Love at the State Theater
this week.
The winner of this week's Grid
Picks contest is Wendell Kimura,
a native of Honolulu and current-
ly a student at the University. He
came up with only four bad picks
and had the insight to pick the
Buckeyes to win, 27-6, which was
closest to the outcome.
And so, with the cool breezes
blowing through the palm trees
and the surf rolling up at Waikiki,
the Grid Picks staff of Paul Bor-
man and Dave Lyon must say
aloha to its readers and entrants
for another year.
Listed below are the final stand-
ings:

CONSENSUS ... 115-84 .575
1. Rude Difazio ... 125-74 .626
2. John Hillyer ... 121-78 .608
3. Jim Baad ...... 114-85 .573
3. Dale Cantor .... 114-85 .573
5. Bruce Bennett .. 111-88 .558
6. Paul Borman ... 110-89 .553
6. Carl Riseman ... 110-89 .553
8. Si Coleman .... 109-90 .548
9. Al Jones ....... 106-93 .553
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