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PAGE. 20 PITTSRUR&H rOST-GAZETTf: OCT. i. 1757 ..Viiclieiosen Breaks 7H MlilBOS Oil Jbliie t ft 1 Carr Gains Starting Post Steclers, Browns Taper Oil Today By JACK H'XL, Vost-(,auttc Sports Mritvr only other running halfback on the squad at present: r Dick Carr To Replace Wisniewski Charleston Senior Earned Right Guard Post; Coach Says The number of lukels je-maining for the game was re R.v JACK SELL Pift-Garft'.f Spirts Writer A couple of i f built pio gril machines, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns, will hold final practice sessions today in Forbes Firld for tomorroy night's Old Panthers Hoot Tonight It's going to be difficult for Coach Johnny Michelosen to pet his Pitt Panthers stcatned up for their game tonipht against Southern California in Los Angeles' Memorial Coliseum. After a week in the Far West most of the boys are probably anxious to get it duced to 2,000 as vesterday's man, hurt in the "final exhibition game against the Green Erfv FrK.keifl, hrtJ l-t-n ie-leased from Mercy Hospital, placed on the injured jeserve list and gone to his home in Iowa. Under NFL rules he can't rejoin the club this year. Freeman had a piece of broken bone removed from an elbow. sunny weather brought out a steady line of purchasers. A capacity ihrong seems assured. if Yesterday the Steelers announced that: End Jim Free nver with and fly home- to- former Clcmson star also raced over from three yards r,,.!t. MrPenk Doubtful Starter Only Right End Bill MrPeak of the Steelers is doubtful for the impending contest. His bruised side remains painful and it's likely Rookie John Nisby from College of Pacific will take his place in the defensive platoon. The Browns will be minus Guard Harold Bradley, out with a broken bone in his leg, and Rookie Defensive Halfback Bobby Freeman who has knee trouble. By MYRON COPE Fust -GizHte Sports Writer important early-seasort battle in the Oakland ball park. Coach Buddy Parker will stage dress rehearsal of Rooney U. this morning while Coach Paul Brown and the Ohio squad are en route by - .-,,, i" LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3 John Michelosen broke up the five Jumbos today. The Pitt coach announced that Dick Carr would start at right guard instead of Danny Wis-niewski when the Panthers meet Soulhern California in Dean Derbv, recruit halfback morrow. True there's a. "we wuz robbed" angle from the last visit in 1954 when untimely penalties slowed down the Jungle Cats. But the final result was a lopsided 27-7 Trojan victory. And only End Dick Srherrr and Quarterback Jim Lenhart are around now from that Fitt squad. Michelosen rould have picked up a couple of old-timers to make pep talks had he been to the Curbstone Coaches luncheon last Monday. Luby PiMenlo and Joe iMujrgsyi Skladany were there. It's been a lone time hut Southern Cal is still a bitter memory to them. from the University of Wash AT ABOUT Vi NW SNOW TIRE COST! CUSTOM SUBURBANITE ington. and Billy Wells, Michigan State ball-toting veteran Greyhound bus to their headquarters, at Hotel Webster Hall. The Brownies will drill at 3 p. m. on the grid where they have captured six of seven starts. Only loss came in 1954 but it proved the worst set-oack in their NFL, history. Coach Walter Riesling's protege's poured it on as Quarterback Jimmy Finks fired four TD passes, three of them to Halfback Ray Mathews. The the Coliseum tomorrow night i picked up from Ihe Washing ton Redskins this week, are rapidly learning their lessons nn ' 4 J for the local club. Both will be available for kick returns and to spell of Dick Young, DICK CARR Break up Pitt'l Jumhon. before an expected crowd of 40,000. Kickoff will he at 12:15 a. m.. Pittsburgh time. "Carr earned the job," said Michelosen, explaining the change tersely. The move came as a distinct surprise, for Wisniewski, a Starting Lineup Pos PITT 0. CAL. L E S-hfr K'JMs L T. Kissrt Clirlr L.1. Guiik B'Td C Bruwiemin An' K G Out Fujin DiMenlo Skladany ton far from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Bui the change of scenery must have helped. Pitt won by 12-7 to even the all-time series at two apiece. Quarterback for the Tan-Ihers in that one was a young fellow from Ambridge named John Michelosen. Red Dawson was the big boss when ISC went ahead again in 1954. Now Johnny gets the chance to knot the series. Rooting for him tonight will be Luby and Muggsy and Mike and Josh and Jess and the two Eddies and other Old Panthers who marie those disastrous Rose Bowl trips and stumbled before the mighty Men of Troy. Ronnie Knox Suspended CHICAGO, Oct. 3 UP Doclgcr-LA Meet Sunday In the Rrse Bowl nf .Ian-uary 1, 1930, Luby n rap-tain of Coach Jock Sutherland's unbeaten and untied team (9 00). They were smothered, 4" It by ( oach Howard Jones' t'S( eleven Hut Tbim Owner George Hallas of the SIZES SOil 4" Chicago Bears today suspended Rookie Quarterback Ronnie Knox for "wilful viola t ion of rules and regulations of Meeker Quils As Leafs Pilot TORONTO. Oct. 3 .P) Howie r Meeker has quit as manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League and has taken a position in the public relations department, at Maple Leaf Gardens, it was announced today. The move is effective immedi-atoly. No reason was given for the switch. The duties now will be shared by assistant manager Frank 'Kingi Clancy, Coach Billy Rray and Chief Scout Bob Davidson. LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3 (.T) A top figure in the Brooklyn Dodgers organization will meet here Sunday with city council members in an effort to dispel an4a-uhts thev mav have P. T. McCuskM Hnrv F E. Zanos Boi Q B Kaliflfn ' rnnroy LH. Haifv Jnhnftnn R H. Smlv Ortec F B ?'ark Ish'rwni Rftpw Ed wnfr Vmpir. .I'm Hfnry. H'art lineman. Trp wiinnn. Fultl 1u(l!f Rv Snrbutl. Earkfifld judM. Evff't Bannis'pr, mo ciun; . Malas sjwt Wnnv fnrmpr a,' ! UCLA Mar uhnye stppfather.il With fiecoppoble Tir Sizes Available at Proportional Savings I v.. a 1 senior from Erie, had been -a Same tread iJesi and depth of new custom ' Suburbanites' ! Harvey, earlier this week cni cized Bear treatment of hm stepson, hd missed two club practices in 12 rlas. Halas said Ronnie, who has figured in a total of only nine Rpar plays this fall, also missed special quarterback tutorin? sessions three days this week. Halas said he notified young Knox of the suspension by telegram. He said he didn't know how long the suspension would prevail. Budget Terms Available about the proposed deal to move the baseball team here. Councilman Rosalind Wiener Wyman said today Brooklyn boss Walter O'Malley told her by telephone that he is sending Harry J. Walsh, attorney member of the Dodger board of directors. The council meets Monday to act on an ordinance under which the city would provide a site if the Dodgers come here. Several councilmen have said they are not satisfied with certain aspects of the deal, Mayor Norris Foulson said Wednesday he would invite O'Malley or one of his agents to come here before the show-dnwn vote Mondav. (9-2). Quarterback Eddie Baker, Tackle Jess Quatse and End Eddie HlrshberR of Pitt now are coaching: Carnegie Tech. Guard -Mike Milligan and Halfback Josh Williams watched the Sleeler Redskin pame toeether last Sunday at Forbes Field. Then in the Rose Bowl of January 2. 1 933, Skladany w as the right end of a Panther team which took It on the chin, 35-0, from those feame Trojans. At halfback was little Mike Nixon, who got a similar shellacking- here last Sunday by proxy as back-field coach of the Redskins. Luby and Muggsy and all the others had a tough time explaining the el foldos in Pasadena. It's a cinch- bet tonight that, if they ran stay awake that long, they will be rooting for alma mater while listening to Ray Scott over the air waves. Pitt did manage to regain some prestige when they lured Jones and his Trojans to Pittsburgh in 1034. The long train ride took something out of the invaders, whose roster wasn't as strong &!MT(iM2 Alldcnlice Harrier Sets School Mark Desmond McCul!ou;h of Allderdice set a new school record of 13 minutes. 16 seconds, when he finished first in a cross-country meet against Perry High School yesterday afternoon run over the two and a quarter mile Frirk Park course, but Perry won the meet, 23-36. The old record was 13:29, set last year by Martin Katz of Allderdice, who also was city champion. 100-Lap Race At Claridgc An open competition lOOlap race is scheduled for Claridge Speedway Sunday afternoon. Because it's a post-season program, drivers other than those of the Pittsburgh Racing Association are invited to compete. But the top PFiA drivers are entered headed by Harold Go-den, winner of the Tri-State championship race at Heidelberg last Sunday. Three heat races and one novice race also are slated starting at 2:30 p. m. Independents, PRAinMeet Pittsburgh Racing Associa first-stringer last year as well as this year. He, center Charley Brtieckman, and right halfback Jim Theodore, who Michelosen says probably will not play tomorrow because of an injured knee, have been Pktt's only holdover regulars. Weighs Only 205 rounds ' Carr, a wholesome looking senior from Stonewall Jackson High in Charleston. W. Va.. weighs approximately 205 pounds, which makes him practically anemic in the company of the four remaining Jumbos tackle Jim McCusker (254), tackle Ron Kissel (230i, center Charley Brueckman C210) and guard John Gurik (230). Wisniewski weighed about 215. If the five Jumbos stay broken up, a nickname that preceded them to Oregon and then California, rapturing the Dormont Tire Co. South Hills Victor South Hills' cross-country team defeated Langley, 21-3fi, on the Schenley Park course yesterday. Charles Rea. South Hills, was the individual winner In 12:16 over the 21t-milc course. 2825 W, libirly vi gh LE. f -3222 Mirqelt Mil SHoppin) C"'tr MonrotvUls Valley 4 4344 tion drivers and independent drivers who competed at fancy of the football public, will be as worthless as an un filled inide straight." The lahel five Jumbos" was first a title of prowess, then turned into an epithet when Oklahoma raced through the Jumbos. Against Oregon, however, the big boys perked up Green Valley Raceway, ML Nebro, during the past season will hold .a speed meet Saturday night starting at 8:30 o'clock on the Green Valley oval. There will be a seven-event program, topped by a 25-lap feature. Such well-known drivers as Dick Linder, Herb Scott, Buddy O'Connor, and Dick Bailey of the TRA. and Vie George, Boh Ltirri, Frank Stamhol and Rich Bauman of the independents are expected to be in the field. as a few years before. They had a colorful little quarterback named Cotton Warbur-ton who managed to toss one touchdown pass. But Fitt power rolled to a 20-6 revenge. That turn of events aroused the Trojans. So they up and asked the Packers to a postseason game on December H the next year. It was staged in the Coliseum, scene of tonight's intersectional fray. The Coliseum In LA isn"t Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Y' . - 4 f ; t - ,v., ...-4 THE SEAGRAM CENTENJSIAi, Football Contest ' Games Played Oct. 5 & 6 Team Tie TEAM VJ. ArrnY f , , f "v and redeemed their prestige. Blocked Oregon Punt It was in that game; also, that Carr proved a capable replacement for Wisniewski. Late in the fourth quarter when Pitt was still trailing, 3-0, Dick blocked a punt and the Panthers got the ball on the Oregon 25 but were unable to capitalize on the break. , As a result of his work, Carr rereivpd a few votes for "lineman of Hip week" In the Associated Press poll. The poll was won by Art Gob, the Pitt end who caught Ivan Toncic's touchdown pass, but Gob remains on the seennd team, an odd habitat for a "lineman of the week." Doubtless Gob will see plenty of action as a replacement for right end Jim Zanos. Drilled In Rain The Pitt squad arrived here today from -Eugene, Ore., where it. had spent a rainy three days practicing on the Oregon campus. Michelnsen said Theodore and fullback Pick Bow en probably will ride the bench hptause of knep and ankle injuries respectively. Bob Stark, who has been the first-string fullback and handled Hie punting, was hampered In practice by an aching back but Mirheiosen Is hoping it was Just a case of Boh's hotel bed not agreeing with him. Joe Scisly is Theodore's replacement at right half. The Southern Cal team. It should be noted, is in playing shape to a man. But the Trojans remain J 'j point , This bottle 1. Peni Stae 2. Pennsylvania fj 3. North Carolina .... 4. Notre Dame 5. Iowa Q - 6. Oklahoma 7. 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