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,Y, AUGUST 11, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRFIR

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Three Michigan Stars,
Crisler in Hall of Fame

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Wolverine Gridders Heston'
Harmon, Oosterbaan Picked!

Herber O. "Fritz" Crisler, Ben-
nie Oosterbaan, Willie Heston,
and Tom Harmon were among the
40 college football players and 12
coaches named yesterday to the
National Football Hall of Fame.

Their names will be enshrined
in the proposed Hall of Fame, to
be built on the campus of Rutgers
University, where the first inter-
collegiate game was played with
Princeton 85 years ago.
The elections were announced by
Bill Cunningham of Boston, chair-
man of the Honors Court. The
Court, representing all sections of
the United States, reviewed quali-
fications of thousands of players
and scores of coaches.
To be considered for the Hall
of Fame, players must be out of
college 10 years and coaches must
be retired from active service for
at least five.
Crisler an Ex-Gopher
Crisler, currently Michigan '
athletic director, came from Min-
nesota in 1938 to begin a coaching
career climaxed by a 49-0 Rose
Bowl win on January 1, 1948. Ori-
ginally an alumnus of the Univer-
sity of Chicago, Crisler was named
"Coach of the Year" in 1947.
Oosterbaan, now beginning his
seventh season as head coach of
the Wolverines, lays claim to one
of the most impressive records in
modern American sport. As a glue-
fingered, quick-thinking end he
became the only Michigan man to
win All-America honors t h r e e
times, earning the honor in 1925-
26-27. Over the same span he
earned varsity awards in basket-
ball and baseball.
After his graduation in 1928,
Bennie turned down many lucra-
tive professional offers and im-
mediately Joined the Maize and
Blue staff under Elton Wieman
and later Harry Kipke. When Cris-
ler came to Michigan in 1938, he
promoted Oosterbaan to the end
coach post, then to backfield
coach, and eventually to number
one assistant coach.
Oosterbaan Succeeds Crisler
When Crisler retired in 1948 to
assume the duties of Athletic Di-
rector, Oosterbaan was chosen as
hie nitan T+ n^7fn nL,.

The players were considered in
two groups: 20 were picked from
the Walter Camp era (1899-1924)
and 20 were from the post Camp
era.
Cunningham said that this elec-
tion has seen a large number of
men inducted because of the huge
backlog of players and coaches
who performed at hundreds of col-
leges over a period of nearly 60
years. "Future elections will be
limited to the few who can equal
the greatness of those already
elected."
This is only the second election
to the Hall of Fame. In the two
elections, 105 outstanding players
and coaches have been named.
Midwestern players named in the
recent poll were:
Bert Baston, Minnesota, end '17;
William Heston, Michigan,back '05;
Jay Berwanger,Chicago,back '36;
Frank Carideo,Notre Dame, back
'31; Wes Fesler, Ohio State,end '31;
Tom Harmon,Michigan, back '41;
Herbert Joesting,Minnesota, full-
back, '28; Bennie Oosterbaan,Mich-
igan, end '28; George Sauer, Neb-
raska, fullback '34; Edwin Wid-
seth, Minnesota, tackle '37;
Coaches elected were: Herbert
Crisler, Chicago; Charles E. "Gus"
Dorais, Notre Dame; Biff Jones,
Army; Dr. John Wilce, Wisconsin.

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MICHIGAN'S HEAD
with athletic director
Harmon were selected
of Fame.

COACH BENNIE .OOSTERBAAN--along
"Fritz" Crisler, Willie Heston, and Tom
yesterday to the National Football Hall

Tigers Blank Indians as Yanks Win;
Giants Edge IBucs To Widen Margin

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DAVID 0. SELZNICK'S
Production of MARGARET MITCHELL'S
Story of the Old South

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DETROIT (R( - Ned Garver al-I
lowed only five singles Tuesday
night in pitching the Detroit Tigers
to a riotous 4-0 victory over the
Cleveland Indians before 53,778-
the l a r g e s t crowd in Briggs
Stadium since.1952.
The victory was Garver's tenth
of the season, compared to seven
losses, and lowered his earned run
average to a sparkling 2.21-best
in the league.
The 28-year-old right hander
fanned six, walked none and al-
lowed only one runner to reach
second. The Indians put together
three straight singles in the eighth

inning to complete his first game Curt Simmons, in and out of hot
of the season. water all night, started to weaken
The Red .Sox lefthander al- in the late innings. The DodgersI
lowed only Clyde Vollmer to get got single runs off of him in the
as far as second base when the fifth, sixth and seventh frames.
Washington rightfielder doubled. * * *
Boston tagged the Nationals' ace CINCINNATI (R) - Chicago's
Bob Porterfield for eight hits and Frank Baumholtz slugged the firstf
all its runs before Camilio Pascual pitch of Corky Valentine for a7
came on in relief in the eighth., home run but the Cincinnati Red-
* * * leg pitcher throttled the Cubs the
PITTSBURGH )---Relief rest of the route Tuesday night
pitcher Mary Grissom turned in a and the Reds won 2-1. Valentine,
brilliant piece of work Tuesday 24-year-old rookie righthander per-

FULL LENGTH! TH SAME. GREAT PICTURE
if you haven't seen it, it's a MUST! If you've seen
it, you'll want to enjoy its thrills all over again!
HOURS and 40 MINUTES OF UNPARALLELED THRILLS!
Greatest money's worth in Show Business!

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night to preserve Johnny Antonel-
li's 17h victory as the New York
Ciar draAtYnPtc>rh'i

mittedu the Cubs only three other
hits.

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s 'successor. It took Uosterbaan Gu'--AvĀ±ants e gedu the PitSuurgn ri-{
just one season to prove his worth. but pinch hitter Dale Mitchell rates 2-1. The victory, combined ST.LOUIS An-Pitcher Jim il-
His power-laden 1948 squad rolled killed the blossoming rally when with Brooklyn's 6-3 loss at the son really didn't need all the help
over nine opponents without de- he was out trying' to stretch his hands of Philadelphia, put the but the pennant hungry Milwaukee
ert nin o ponts witout te- hit into a double. first place Giants four full games Braves shot extra base blows, in-
feat, scoring 252 points to the op- e luding four home runs, aroundI
position's 44. At the end of the ahead of the Dodgers. Busch Stadium with ease Tuesday
season he was voted "Coach of NEW YORK (Al - Bob Grim of nish tackup wither huresay
the Year" honors by the nation's the Yankees survived a shaky first PHILADELPHIA (R - Stan Lo- ght to back up their hurler's
sports-writers and sportscasters inning tonight and became the first pata smashed a three-run homer three-hit pitching for a 11-0 l.I
sports-writers andosportscasters;tory vrteS.LusCrias
and just two years later was chos- rookie in the majors to win 15 and drove in a fourth run with a oyoke tHa Aaon droin.
en end on the All-Time All-Ameri- games this season as New York single Tuesday night as the Phil- Rookie Hank Aaron drove in
ca team by an Associated Press trimmed the last place Philadel- adelphia Phillies scored six runs five of the runs with a first-inning
poll. phia Athletics 5-2. in the first two innings to beat the homer and a fourth-frame double,
Heston, named along with Oos- The victory, 44th in their last Brooklyn Dodgers 6-3. the latter with the bases full.
terbaan and Harmon to the play- 60 games, snapped a two-game In the first three innings the Other homers were by Ed Ma-
er's Hall of Fame, was the sensa- losing streak for the second place Dodgers left eight men stranded thews, his 31st, Del Crandall and
tion of his day-his day being the Yankees. They haven't lost three { on the basepaths. Joe Adcock. Only two of 10 Mil-?
first few years of the Twentieth in a row this season. The Phillies napped on lefty waukee hits were singles.
century. Playing under Fielding Joe Demaestri bounced a ground Johnny Podres for all their runs No Cardinal reached second as
H. Yost back in the early 1900's rule double into the stands and in the first and second-three in righthander Wilson gained his
Heston ran wild in his four years Don Bollweg promptly brought each. ! eighth victory without defeat.
as a Wolverine. In 44 games, he him home with a field out but
scored the incredible total of 110 Grim bore down and kept the A's I
touchdowns, and average of two from scoring again until the sixth. Leaguena
Triple Threat Harmon * * *
AMEiC.tfA ~=T 1T11T1~TTT't_'

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Harmon, an All-American Wol-
verine in the late 30's and early
40's was the fourth MichiganĀ° man
awarded the honor. Now a sports-
caster on the West Coast, he was
a triple threat for the Maize and
Blue in Crisler's first years at
Michigan

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CHICAGO (AP)-Relief pitcher
Bob Chakales choked off a ninth;
inning Chicago rally tonight to
preserve Lou Kretlow's third vic-f
tory of the season as the Baltimore
Orioles defeated the White Sox,
3-1.

AIIL JAN LEAUE

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Cleveland ..76 33
New York ..74 37
Chicago .. .71 42
Detroit......50 59
Washington 46 61
Boston......45 62
Baltimore ..39 72
Philadelphia 37 72

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New York ..70 41 .631
Brooklyn 66 45 .595
Milwaukee .61 47 .565
Philadelphia 55 52 .514
St. Louis ...53 57 .482
Cincinnati . .53 58 .477
Chicago .....44 66 .400
Pittsburgh ..38 74 .339

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Kretlow, erratic right hander,
had held the Sox to three hits, all
singles, until the ninth but then,
with a 3-0 lead, weakened as Phil
Cavarretta walked and G e o r g e
Kell and Jim Rivera singled for
one run. Chakales relieved Kret-
low at this juncture and avoided
additional trouble but only because
Cal Abrams made a fine running
catch of a line drive by pinch
batter Sherm Lollar for the final
out.
Bob Keegan, bidding for his.15th
victory, was the losing pitcher.
* * *

TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Detroit-Garcia
(13-5) vs. Gromek (13-11).
Philadelphi at New York -
Sima (2-5) vs. Lopat (8-4).
Baltimore at Chicago - Tur-
ley (9-11) or Kuzava (1-3) vs.
Consuegra (14-3) or Trucks
(16-5).
Washington at Boston (2)-
day-night-Marrero (3-4) and
Schmitz (5-7) vs. Brewer (7-6)
and Clevenger (2-4).

TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at St. Louis, night
-Conley (11-5) vs. Lawrence
(9-4).
Brooklyn at Philadelphia
night-Loes (6-3) vs. Dickson
(7-12.
Chicago at Cincinnati night-
Minner (9-7) vs. Fowler (8-7).
Only games.
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Honeymoon in New Orleans! The war a for-
gotten memory - Rhett and Scarlett find
moments of happiness-together!

"Tighter, Mammy! Mr. Butler will be at the
ball! I must be beautiful!"... The prelude
to a fateful meeting!

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THE DASCOLA
Near Michigan

BARBERS
Theater

BOSTON (R)-Mel Parnell, mak-
ing only his sixth appearance since
he was injured against the Nation-I
als April 24, pitched a brilliant
four-hit shutout Tuesday night as
Boston defeated Washington 4-0.
Parnell needed only Jackie Jen-
sen's two-run double in the third
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Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS

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A clash of wills more stirring than the clash Rhett returns to Belle Watling for consola-
of armies! Proud, dashing Rhett - and tion and understanding...scorned though
tempestuous, willful Scarlett! she is by the "respectable" folks of the city.

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TONIGHT
In addition to regular program we will
preview a new production. Come at 7

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