DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 19, October 18, 1957
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FOOTBALL EDITION C^<3l i"F<orr^i<3i DAI LY TROJAN VOL. XLIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1957 Seek Firsi Win sc: One 5 Trc Ky C'ARI. S.WVV1K Daily Trojan Sports Fditor •he bigg>*-.t ^.iinPi on the schedule confronts s tomorrow tfternoon when they face Cali- fornia’s G lden Boars l >r the 47th time. For the first a battle of winless elevens at time in hitiory it wi!i be Berkelc y. Both head coaches, Don Clark of SC and Pete Elliott of Cal, must Ihid some >olace in the fact that one team will leave Memorial Stadium tomorrow afternoon a winner. A.' >:r.;nge as it seems, both teams will be looking for their first win of the season as they square off in Strawberry Canyon and that is something that fans of both teams have never been faced with before. Both coaches are hoping their clubs can upset the other i.nd :.o matter who wins, the win will most likely be considered an u[x.'.et. Odds makers have refused to make either team the favorite. The road has not been an easy one for both young coaches. F_-r brief minui *s this season, Clark and Elliott and thousands of football fans believed SC wa.s going to upset Michigan and Pittsburgh, and the Bears were going to down SMU. Washington State and Navy. But it was not to be. Michigan didn’t fold in the fourth quarter from the Coliseum heat and the Pitt Panthers turned out to be much stronger than anticipated. Washington State surprised Cal with a brilliant aerial atack, SMU successfully held the Cal runners in check and Navy came from behind to continue Cal’s losing ways. Of major concern to Coach Clark and the Trojans is the fine showing the Bears made against a potent Michigan State eleven, now rated No. 1 in the nation, and a good defensive effort against a loaded Navy squad. The Bears definitely have the horses to be a winning ball club, and if it wasn’t for some unexpected circumstances, they could now' possibly be sporting a record of three wins and one loss. In the SMU. Washington State and Navy games, the Bears showed they had what it takes to win a game. In fact they showed so much ability on the football field that they no doubt rate the favorite's role in tomorrov. V game with the Trojans. Coach Clatk has been flooded with a multitude of (Continued on l*age j) NO IV 2500 Trojans Set to Invade San Francisco Union Square Rally Slated for Midnight By JIM ItVI.IN I»:iily Trojan C'itv Kilitor More than 2500 Trojans brave pending five-weeks, threats of the San Francisco police and the possibility of SC's fourth straight loss today as they exit from Los Angeles to the Bay area for a weekend ol football and festivity. Despite the fact that only half the number is making the trip this year as gpmpared to last, the Hungry T, Pin pie Onion, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown ¿md Strawberry Canyon "ill be still swarmed with reveling Trojans. Midnight Hatty Set First major scheduled event for the “lost weekend" will be a midnight rally tonight in the Union Square. Barney Rosenz-weig, rally chairman for the Trojan Knights, announced that former Los Angeles radio-TV personality Jim Hawthorne will enteitain at the 12th hour get-to-gether. Also appearing will l>e Bill Bell and ('bailey Stern, San ! Francisco disc jockeys. After tonight s evening on the town, rooters will diag themselves tomorrow into Berkeley' for the SC-Cal game. Kickolf will be at 2 p.m. The weatherman has predicted fair weather this weekend for the Bay area with the possibility of rain Sunday. Thermometers are expected to hit a high between 70 and 7o. while the low dips down to 30. Omnious rumblings of possible strict police action against any extra-curricular caroujiin* by Trojans was indicated this week in a letter to Dr. Robert G. Cordon, associate dean of students, from Thomas .J. Cahill, acting chief of San Francisco police. >layhe I.ast Vear Chief Cahill warned that “this will hi' the last year you» university will be allowed to hold this rally if it is not conducted in a ¡»roper manner. “In particular we will tolerate the building of fires nor any- interference the »•mining of the Povvel ! cable cars. I don't believe necessarv to elaborate on not bon-w it h St. it is the danger inherent in either of these unlawful acts," he said 'I i« I.els Available With the decreased number traveling notrh this year, trains, planes and bus lines all report lai’ge numbeis of tickets available for any late decidei making the trip. The lower-priced hotels in San Fianciseo also hav2 accomodations available. The mass exodus began yesterday with tiie departure of those driving automobiles. A few la I e-leavei's will hoard two-hour plane flights this afternoon tor the 430-mile jom ney to the “Bagdad on the Bay.-’ Sunday will see the mass movement reverse it^ direction and head south — - tired after two day > of letting off steam — to face the prospect ot five-week exams.
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 19, October 18, 1957|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 19, October 18, 1957.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|