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THE MICHIGAN DAILYTHURSDAY
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Coaches Notice
Defensive Flaws

NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S

' First Series Contest

By DICK MINTZ

Almost as many coaches popu-
lated the Michigan defensive line-
up yesterday as players.
With only a few days remaining
before the big game against MSU,
coaches were quick to catch defen-
sive flaws of the squad from their
strategic field positions.
Across the line of scrimmage, a
reserve eleven, coached in Spartan
offensive plays, lined up in the
bright green State-type jerseys,
complete with numerals.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan made

BILL BRUTON
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Chi Phi Runs u p38-0 Victory

perfect pass frc Ron Jernigan
for the winnn tally.
DU . is Easily
An interference penalty called
on the second play of the game
was all that Delta Upsilon needed
to open the gates, as it easily de-
feated Phi Sigma Kappa, 20-0 in
"A" competition. The penalty put
the ball on the one yard line, and
Art Wible ran it over on the next
play.
Delta Upsilon's other touch-
downs came on passes from Jim
Sergeson to Bill Bolle and Wible.
Frank Gazolla returned a punt
the length of the field on a criss-
cross play as Phi Delta Theta "A"
team shut out Theta Delta Chi,
14-0. Gazolla also scored the Phi
Delts' other touchdown on a 35-

yard pass play from Dick Cola.
Alpha Tau Omega broke loose
for six touchdowns against Phi
Epsilon Pi in another "A" game to
win, 42-0. Jim Foley scored four
touchdowns, all of them coming
on passes from Herb Deromedi.
Late Pass Wins.
A last-minute pass from Jim
Beck to Mort Sogaard enabled
Theta Chi to win its "A" game,
6-0. Previously, Theta Chi had
come within a yard of scoring,
only to be set back by a penalty.
In other "A" games, Delta Tau
Delta defeated Alpha Delta Phi,
10-0; Beta Theta Pi shut out
Delta Chi, 6-0, and Phi Kappa Psi
downed Tau Kappa Epsilon, 14-0.
In "B" competition, Kappa
Sigma lost to Zeta Psi, 18-12.

an adjustment on his second unit.
-Gary - McNitt was moved up to
right halfback and is destined pri-
marily for defense duty. Al Groce
will continue to play offense with
the second backfield unit.
McNitt is a sophomore who stood
out as a pass defender in pre-
season scrimmages. Oosterbaan
plans to employ fullback Gene
Sisinyak as a linebacker in place
'of starting center Jim .Dickey
against the Spartans.
MSU Backfield Quicker
Although State's backfield is
vastly outweighed by Michigan's,
it is considered to be much quicker.
The Spartan backfield of Mike
Panitch, Dean Look, Art Johnson,
and Bob Bercich averages 176 lbs.
Bob Ptacek, Brad Myers, Fred
Julian, and John Herrnstein aver-
age 200 lbs.
Michigan State was number one
statistically both on offense and
defense in the Big Ten last season.
Even this early, the Spartans rate
third in total offense in the nation.
Scoutng reports of the State team
verify that story.
Stan Noskin again missed prac-
Lice yesterday. Confined yesterday
to Health Service with a head cold,
Noskin is definitely expected to be
at practice today.
Navy T aekle
Still Injured.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (-') - Navy's
football prospects got a severe
jolt yesterday with the announce-
ment that tackle Bob Reifsnyder
would be out of the lineup indefi-
nitely.
Coach Eddie Erdelatz said the
240-pound senior, hailed as one
of the nation's outstanding line-
men, is still crippled by an in-
flamed leg tendon and "We don't
know when we'll get him back."
His loss could be a major blow
to the Navy squad. He was one of
four starters back from last year's
Cotton Bowl championship team.
Erdelatz has described the hulk-
ing 6'2" tackle as the finest he.has
coached in either college or pro
football. He had predicted an out-
standing season for him.
Reifsnyder was sidelined more
than three 'weeks ago with an
injured Achilles tendon, stretching
from his heel to the calf of his left
leg.
Navy planned to send him to
Baltimore today for an examina-
tion and consultation with Dr.
George Bennett, famed orthopedic
surgeon. The outcome of that ex-
amination is expected to determine
whether Reifsnyder will be able to
rejoin the squad.

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Not cotton pickers or pea pickers, but grid pickers. All of you
who fall into this broad group are heartily encouraged to enter The
Daily's weekly grid picks contest.
Whether you be an expert grid strategist or comparative neo-
phyte, this contest is for you.
It's easy to enter. All you have to do is clip out the list of games
printed in this column, circle the winners, predict the score of the
Michigan-Michigan State game and send your entry to Grid Picks,
The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor.
In the event two or more people manage to select the same numbera
of winning teams, the person coming closest to the actual score of the
Michigan-MSU game will be declared winner.
Entry blanks and box to put them in are available at The Daily
office for those of you who care to enter this way. Deadline for
entries is Friday midnight and each contestant is allowed only one
entry.
The entrant who is most fortunate at selecting Winning teams
will receive as an award two free tickets to "The Big Country." This
movie is currently playing -at the State theater and will continue into;
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MICHIGAN at Michigan St.
Yale at Brown
West Virginia at Indiana
Washington at Ohio State
Washington St. at Calif.
Virginia at N. Carolina St.
UCLA at Oregon State
Tulane at Georgia Tech.
Stanford at Northwestern
Notre Dame at SMU

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Pennsylvania at Dartmouth
Penn State at Army
Oregon at Oklahoma
Mississippi St. at Tennessee
Clemson at Maryland
Colorado at Kansas
Illinois at Duke
Harvard at Cornell
Rutgers at Colgate

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