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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 8, 1968

Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Davis Cup squad to face
Indians without Pasarell
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico W)- world on fast courts. And the
The U.S. Davis Cup captain passed Caribe Hilton courts are very fast.
over the home favorite. Charlie "Krishnan is a great Cup play-
Pasarell, and named Arthur Ashe er," said Dell. "He can beat any
Jr., and Clark Graebner to play given player on any given day.
singles against India here tomor- CHOOSE DOUBLES

Dandy debut for Wolverine frosh
Michigan's freshman football squad got its first taste of collegiate competition last week, and prob-
ably decided that a little bigger bite might not be too bad. Here halfback, Preston Henry skirts left
end on his way to a 77-yard total in 13 carries. The Wolverine yearlings rolled up 487 yards of total
offense on the Bowling Green freshmen, who could manage only a meager 75 against the Michigan
defense. The youthful gridders complete their schedule next week with a home game against Toledo.

row in opening matches of the
Davis Cup Inter-Zone tennis final.
"I know that Pasarell is dis-
appointed and so are the Puerto
Rican people," said Donald Dell,
the former Yale man from Beth-
esda, Md., "but I have to use the
best men and at the moment Ashe
and Graebner are the best singles
men on the team."
Pasarell, from Santurce, is the
former intercollegiate and U.S.
Indoor champion and is ranked
No. 1 nationally. A graduate of
UCLA, he has been serving in the
U.S. Army.
PASARELL BYPASSED
Dell emphasized that he could
take no chances by playing Pasa-
rell, who is not in top form, for
sentimental reasons before Puerto
Ricans.
"Although we should be favored,
it is going to be close" Dell pre-
dicted.
This is the final obstacle be-
tween the Aiericans and a De-
cember date with the cup-holding,
Australians in the Challenge
Round in Adelaide, Australia. The
Americans haven't played in the
Challenge Round since 1964. They
haven't been to Australia since
1963 when they last won the Cup.
WITHHOLD PLANS
The Indians, who surprised with
a semifinal victory over the strong
West German team, had an-
nounced they won't reveal their
singles players until the draw Fri-
day.
But Luis Ayala, the Chilean
coach of the Indian team, said
veteran Ramanathan Krishnan,
31, and Preijt Lall, 27, will play
singles and Krishnan and Jaidip
Mukerjea will team in the dou-
bles.
Ayala, the pro at the Caribe
Hilton where the matches will be
held, said it will be an uphill
battle for the Indians because of
the fast courts.
"They, the Indians, are used to
slow courts," said ,Ayala, "while
the U.S. has the best team in the

Dell is expected to use the U.S.
doubles champions, Stan Smith
and Bobby Lutz of Los Angeles, in
the tandem match which he re-
gards as crucial.
"Many times a country has just
one great player and he can win
both his singles," Dell said ap-
parently referring to the always
dangerous Krishnan.
"This makes the doubles the
turning point. I regard Smith and
Lutz as our best in doubles."
The Americans have been work-
ing out under former Davis Cup
ace Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield,
Calif., now a pro.
"Our players are younger and
stronger," Dell said. "We hope the
Indians will tire by Monday."

Gridde Pickings
In following the Fascist trend this country has begun to move
toward in the recent elections, Major League baseball is considering
doing away with less-than-orthodox hair styles. American League
general managers, led by Ed Short of the White Sox, are seeking
a ban against American League baseball players wearing mustaches,
sideburns, goatees or beards. This is obviously an attempt to destroy
the individuality of great stars like Ken Harrelson and Joe Pepitone,
who wear sideburns right.
In ignoring the great tradition of baseball's early days (like the
1890's) when all this stuff was de rigeur, the National Pasttime has
gone down the proverbial garbage disposal. And so, of all the once-
famous American institutions, only Cottage Inn remains pure and
unpolluted by the ultra-conservative infiltrators. Help keep it strong
by entering Gridde Pickings so you can give them a chance to make
another pizza, and keep in practice.

CHARLES PASARELL

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McLain to bow
longhair Style
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (4) - Dennis
McLain, 31-game winner for the
world champion Detroit Tigers
and the American League's Most
Valuable Player willmake his first
symphony appearance Dec. 22
here.
McLain, an accomplished or-
ganist, had appeared in nightclubs
and on television with his own
musical group but never has per-
formed publicly with a symphony*
orchestra.
McLain will play with the Syra-
cuse Symphony at Memorial Audi-
torium, it was announced yester-
day.

(CONSENSUS in capitals)
1. Illinois at MICHIGAN (pick
score)
2. Indiana at MICHIGAN
STATE
3. PURDUE at Minnesota
4. Northwestern at IOWA
5. OHIO STATE at Wisconsin
6. Boston College at ARMY
7. Miami, Fla. at PENN STATE
8. Louisiana State vs. ALABAMA
9. NORTH CAROLINA STATE
at Duke

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19..
20.

GEORGIA vs. Florida
Texas A&M at SMU
Washington at STANFORD
California at SOUTHERN
CAL
UCLA at OREGON STATE
South Carolina at WAKE
FOREST
Oklahoma at KANSAS
Navy at GEORGIA TECH
HARVARD at Princeton
LOUISVILLE at Cincinnati
MURRAY STATE at Austin
Peay

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