in Rules Saturday TV
sixth time in
ted to top grid
the nation via
edule made up
ilude two Big
9 and Nov. 2.
aes will be se-
es of, appear-
ing on the nationwide TV, circuit
appear good, especially for the
Nov. 2 date. That day Forest Eva-
shevski brings his Big Ten cham-
pion Iowa Hawkeyes into Ann
Other games however will offer
competition for the Nov. 2 selec-
tion. They are Purdue-Illinois, In-
diana - M i non e s o t a, Michigan
State-Wisconsin and Northwest-
Michigan's chances of appear-
ing on the nationwide television
hook-up on Oct. 19 appear dim-
mer, the opponent that day is
Northwestern. The Wildcats are
scheduled to be shown in their
intersectional contest with Cali-
fornia on Sept. 28 and whether
NBC's policy makers would per-
mit them to appear twice is un-
Other Oct. 19 Big Ten games
are M i n n e s a t a-Illinois, Ohio
State-Indiana, I o w a-Wisconsin
and Purdue-Michigan State.
The 'schedule of games already
approved by the NCAA for na-
tion-wide viewing Includes the
Army-Navy and Oklahoma-Notre
These two games and the two
Big Ten selections will be tele-
vised in color as well as black and
white. The Army-Navy classic is
Nov. 30, while the Irish and the
Sooners meet Nov. 16.
Alsy Regional Telecasts
In addition to the nationwide
telecasts, NBC-TV's grid coverage
this fall includes regional tele-
casts in eastern, Big Ten and
west 'coast areas on four Satur-
days, - Oct. 12, Oct. 26, Nov. 9
and Nov. 23. Regional games will
be chosen later in the season in
an attempt to show the most im-
Commentators for the "Game
of the Week" series will be Lind-
sey Nelson and Red Grange. For
the Big Ten regional telecasts,
Mel Allen and Bill Flemming will
handle the broadcasting. Nelson,
and Grange have been assigned
to eastern games.on those Satur-
By PAUL BORMAN
DAVIS CUPPER--Former Michigan tennis star Barry MacKay,
now a member of the U.S. Davis Cup team left a big hole in the
'M' sports picture that will be hard to fill. He is currently teamed'
with Vic Seixas as the number one doubles team for the U.S.
Goebel Back on Squad
After Leg In juryH els'
While football Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan nervously paces the
floor wondering about his coming,
grid season, tennis coach Bill
Murphy still has some time to re-
lax and read of the exploits of his
star pupil, Barry MacKay.
MacKay graduated last June
after leading Michigan's tennis
team to the NCAA Championship,
while winning the Collegiate Sin-
gles Title fo' himself. He has
since joined the amateur tennis
ranks and has already moved to
The ex-Wolverine net star was
recently picked to represent the
United States 'on the Davis Cup
team which travels to Australia
later this year.
This honor, which was accorded'
such experienced netters as Vic
Seixas and Herb Flam. along with
MacKay and three others- is the
highest attainable by an amateur
A Young, Team
Thesurprising thing is that
MacKay, at 22, is not the only
young member of the United,
States team. Because of the with-
drawal of many older players, the
team consists of youngsters ex-.
cept for Seixas. and Flam.
In the only competition thus
far, MacKay played doubles with
Seixas. They beat Brazilians Ar-
mando Vieria and Carlos Fernan-
dos, 7-5, 9-7, 11-13, 7-5.
For MacKay to achieve this
honor in a single summer as he
did, shows not only, his. great abil-
ity, but also' the finegcoaching
that he has received the past four
years from Murphy.
The 1957 team coached-by Mur-
phy and led by MacKay was the
Marks ' MacKay's
greatest in Michigan's tennis an-
It was the first Big Ten team to
win the NCAA title, and MacKay
was the first Big Ten netter to
win the NCAA singles champion-
MacKay's nomination to the
Davis Cup team' is the first time
that a Michigan netter has ever
received that honor.
One Bleak Item
From all these facts stands
only one bleak item. The gradu-
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ation of MacKay and foi
leaves Murphy with a
pleted squad for the
He will be faced with t
lem of constructing
strong team' from return
termen Jon Erickson,
elect John Harris, and
Korol along with some (
ing sophomores. The
would loqk good any ot'
but the shoes they have
present are big!
Whether big Jerry Goebel can
make a comeback at the center
position with the Wolverines this.
fall is still a question, but thus far
even mountains have failed to
Regular center in 1955, Goebel,
received a broken leg in an acci-
dent more than a year ago. Both
physicians and the coaching.staff
were of the opinion that the 215
pound, six-foot, three-inch starter
would never play football again.
But by spending the summer
,t the Rocky Mountain National'
Park near Boulder, Col., and us-
ing all the time possible in build-
ing up the leg museles, he finally
developed his limbs -to the point
where he received a medical O.K.
in time to report for practice.
Gene Snider, alternate center in
1956, and Ray Wine both' were
ahead of him when he returned
September 1, but he's already
served notice that 'he will be in
the running for the top spot.-
BY JIM BAAD
(Continued from Page 13)
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athlete looming over the campus, that half the acceptanceE
the upper one-fourth of their high school class, and half
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Another aspect.of the aid program is the way in which
to the athletes already enrolled in the university under scl
which dated before the new plan. They haye not been o
Any sophomore, junior, or senior athlete who feels his grai
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-of his case. He is then subject to an investigation of his sc
and family finances.
The aid program, still in its infancy with 'the Big Ter
doubt be watched in growth by other Conferences, espec
Pacific Coast which has been having such a struggle lately
overabundant scholarship funds. According to Crisler, the
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