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Gary Prahst, who together form squad.
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attack, yesterday were appointed terday
honorary co-captains for the re- sufferii
mainder of the football season. Navy.
The announcement came two siderab
days after it'was learned that the long pe
grid career of John Herrnstein,
regular Wolverine captain, is at an Mic
end because of a knee injury suf- this a
fered in last week's Navy game. a brief
Ptacek leads team passers with The,
11 completions in 26 attempts, Shore
good for 170 yards. return
Prahst has hauled in nine passes game.
for a total distance of 145 yards Guar
and and 16.1-yd. average per pass. player
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GRID SELECTIONS
Friday is here again and it's your last chance to enter this week's
Grid Picks Contest.
It's easy to enter. All you have to do is clip out the list of games
printed below, circle the teams you think will win on Saturday,
predict the score of the Michigan-Northwestern game and send Your
entry to: Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor.
THIS WEEK'S, GAMES

at Northwestern, although
included on the traveling
:in worked out lightly yes-
for the first time since
rng a hip injury against
However, he was in con-
ble pain after throwing a
ass.
Leaves at 2:45
higan will leave Willow Run
fternoon at 2:45 following
workout at Ferry Field.
squad will stay at the North
Hotel in Evanston and will
immediately following the
rd Tom Jobson is the only
on the injured list forced
home besides Herrnstein.

Both Danny McNitt and Willie
Smith, relegated to the sidelines
last week, are expected to be
healthy enough to play.
Traveling Squad
Included on the squad who will
make the trip to Evanston are:
Jerry Bushon, Reir Bushong, Alex
Callahan, Keith Cowan, Don Des-
kins, Jim Dickey, Mike Dupay,
Mike Filichio, George Genyk, Jim
Gray, Al Groce, John Halstead,
Darrell Harper, Willard Hilde-
brand, Bob Johnson, Walt John-
son, Fred Julian, Gary Kane, Bill
FacPhee, Jerry Marciniak, Gary
McNitt, Brad Myers, Harry New-
man, Jr., Stan Noskin, Fred Olm,
Paul Poulos, Gary Prahst, Bob
Ptacek, Tony Rio, Gene Sisinyak,

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CONSENSUS PICKS
MICH. at Northwestern
ILLINOIS at Minnesota
Indianap at OHIO STATE
Iowa ' WISCONSIN
MICH. STATE at Purdue
Alabama at TENNESSEE
AUBURN at Georgia Tech
PENN ST. at Boston U.
California at S. CALIF.
Harvard at COLUMBIA
Duke at NOTRE DAME

IN CAPS (38-22--.633)
12. Maryland at N. CAROLINA
13. NAVY at Tulane
14. N. CAROLINA ST. vs. Wm.
and Mary,

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20.

Washington at OREGON
W. Va. at PITTSBURGH
AIR FORCE at Stanford
ucla at WASHINGTON
OKLAHOMA at Kansas
Vanderbilt at FLORIDA

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By DAVE LYON
Marudas of Gomberg put
ood finishing "kick" to win
-campus I-M cross-country
yesterday.
udas' time of 11:22.3 over
wo-mile course was good
h to beat about 200 other
ts in the meet, which was
under threatening skies at
niversity Golf Course.
Ate Marudas' first-place
Michigan House's team de-
Gomberg in the residence
mpetition, according to un-
I results. Michigan's first
finishers placed fifth, sev-
and eighth for a total of 20
berg men finished first,
and 20th for a 27-point to-
ven behind Michigan. An-
placed a close third with
nts resulting from a second,
nd 17th.
esults in fraternity compe-
and some results in the
ce hall meet were incon-
last night, but I-M Direc-
rl Riskey said they would be
ed as soon as possible, prob-
oday.
WANTED
bossed. voters who demand.
nited States Senator believ-
only in fair play, to
elect United States Senator
sHARLES E. POTTER
blican State Central Committee

ON THE I-M SCENE:
DU Wins on LastMinute Pass,

Marudas only two weeks ago
won the mile run in the residence
hall track meet in 4:57.8.
Placing second in dorm compe-
tition yesterday was Kenneth Hil-
ler of Anderson.
Third was David Haase of Chi-
cago and Rudy .Kalafus of Hay-
den placed fourth. Michigan's top
three men were Al Pierrot (fifth),
Larry Smith (seventh), and Bob
Bartley (eighth).

-Dany-aaroid assenheimer
IT'S A STRAIN-Quarterback Bob Ptacek tightens every muscle in
an effort to grind out extra yardage against Navy in action last
Saturday. Arm wrapped around Ptacek's middle belongs to uniden-
tified Middie. Ptacek was appointed co-captain yesterday along
with end Gary Prahst (86).

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
DICK MINTZ (39-21-.650) - Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State,
Wisconsin, Michigan State, Alabama, Auburn, Penn State, Southern
California, Columbia, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Navy, North Caro-
lina State, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Air Force, UCLA, Oklahoma, Florida.
FRED KATZ (39-21--.650) - Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State, Wis-
consin, Michigan State, Tennessee, Auburn, Penn State, Southern
California, Columbia, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Navy, William
and Mary, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Air Force, Washington, Oklahoma,
Florida.
CHUCK KOZOLL (38-22-.633) - Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State,
Wisconsin, Michigan State, Tennessee, Auburn, Penn State, Southers
California, Harvard, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Navy, North Caro-
lina, Washington State, Pittsburgh, Air Force; UCLA, Oklahoma,
Florida.
o * *
AL JONES (Daily Sports Editor, 37-23-,617) - Michigan, 'I-
linois, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Tennessee, Auburn,
Boston U., Southern California, Harvard, Notre Dame, North Caro-'
lina, Navy, North Carolina State, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Air Force, UCLA
Oklahoma, Vanderbilt.
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SIr COLEMAN '(Daily Associate Sports Editor, 36-24-.600) --
Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Tennessee,
Georgia Tech, Penn State, Southern California, Harvard, Notre Dame,
North Carolina, Navy, North Carolina State, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Air
Force, Washington, Oklahoma, Vanderbilt,
DAVE LYON (36-24-.600) Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State, Wis-
consin, Michigan State, Alabama, Georgia, Penn State, California,
Columbia, Notre Dame, Maryland, Navy, North Carolina State, Ore-
gon, Pittsburgh, Air Force, UCLA, Oklahoma, Florida.
.* * *
JIM BENAGH (35-25--.583)-Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State, Wis-
consin, Michigan State, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Penn State, Cal.,
ifornia, Columbia, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Navy, North Carolina
State, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Stanford, Washington, Oklahoma, Florida.
CARL RISEMAN (Daily Associate.Sports Editor, 33-27-.50) -
Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Ten-
nessee, Auburn, Penn State, Southern. California, Harvard, Notre'
Dame, North Carolina, Navy, North Carolina State, Oregon, Pitts
burgh, Air Force, Washington, Oklahoma, Florida.
TOM JOHNSTON (Guest Staff; Sports Director, Radio Station
WOIA; Guest Staff. 33-27-.550,) --Michigan,. Ohio, State, Bliois,
Wisconsin, Michigan State, Tennessee, Auburn, Penn State, Southern
California, Columbia, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Navy, North
Carolina, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, Air Force, Washington, Oklahoma,
Vanderbilt, Florida.

By MIKE GILLMAN
Delta Upsilon scored on a long
pass to Bruce Goldsmith with only
two minutes left in the game, to
defeat Alpha Tau Omega, 14-8, in
"B" kocial fraternity play yester-
day afternoon.
It had only been on the previous
set of downs that Tom Geisel had
tied the score for the losers. DU's
first touchdown was scored by
Ross Fletcher.
Phi Kappa Psi Wins.
In other "B" action yesterday,
Phi Kappa Psi downed Alpha
Delta Phi, 22-6. John Kendall, Bill
Cox and Bob Stephans all regis-
tered touchdowns for the winners.
Kendall also scored the extra
points. Pete Schweitzer tallied the
only TD for ADP.

SAIL ON, SAIL ON!

I suppose October 12 is just another day to you. You get up in
the ordinary way and do all the ordinary things you ordinarily
do. You have your breakfast, you walk your ocelot, you go to
classes, you write home for money, you burn the dean in effigy,
you watch Disneyland, and you go to bed. And do you give one
little thought to the fact that October 12 is Columbus Day?
No, you do not.
Nobody thinks about Columbus these days. Let us, there-
fore, pause for a moment and retell his ever-glorious, endlessly
irring saga.

Theta Chi edged Sigma Nu, 8-6,
with Chuck Kass getting the lone
touchdown and John Lesniak the
vital conversion for the winners.
Delta Sigma Phi defeated Zeta
Beta Tau, 14-8. Laurie Passmore
and Ed Namey each scored for
DSP, Passmore also getting the
extra points.
In a Residence Hall "B" game,
Kelsey topped Anderson by the
score of 18-16. Terry Sokey scored
twice for a losing cause.
Nu Sigma Nu Keeps Winning
Professional fraternity action
last night saw Nu Sigma Nu con-
tinue its winning ways with a 20-0
victory over Phi Delta Epsilon.
Other games in this circuit in-
cluded Phi Alpha Kappa's win
over Alpha Rho Chi, 16-6. Dick
Lenters and Ed Start each tallied
a touchdown and a conversion Xor
PAK.
Tau Epsilon Rho defeated Phi
Delta Chi, 14-6; Phi Delta Phi
topped Phi Epsilon Kappa by the
score of 8-0; and Phi Rho Sigma
won on a forfeit from Alpha
U of M
is pleased to announce
Mr. Fuller specializing
n crew cuts is now
one of our fine stylists
715 North University

Kappa Kappa to round out pro-
fessional play.
Power troubles at Wines Field
caused the postponement of four
games.
The Delta Theta Pi - Prescott
House game and the Law Club .
Alpha Kappa Psi contest were
both stopped at the half and will
be continued at a later date.
Other Games Postponed
Also postponed were the Delta'
Sigma Pi - Alpha Omega and,
Delta Sigma Delta - Tyler House
games. Electrical workers will be
on the job today to see that thea
lights are ready for next week's
schedule.7
Other games played in the "B"
social fraternity league saweTheta
Xi win 22-6 over Phi Kappa Si -
ma, Phi Epsilon Pi over Phi Kap-
pa Tau, 16-0, Delta Tau Delta
8-0 over Chi Phi, and Phi Gamma
Delta edge Phi Sigma Kappa, 2-0.

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BIG TEN STATS:
NU's Thornton Heads Total Offense

Dick Thornton, Northwestern's
quarterback who Michigan will
face tomorrow afternoon at Evan-
ston, is the' Big Ten leader in to-
tal offense.
Conference statistics, posted
after only a single Big Ten game
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Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa on August 25,1451.
Iis father, Ralph T. Columbus, was in the three-minute auto
wash game. His mother, Eleanor (Swifty) Columbus, was a
sprinter. Christopher was an only child, except for his four
brothers and eight sisters. With his father busy all day at the
auto wash and his mother constantly away at track meets,
young Columbus was left pretty much to his own devices.
However, the lad did not suk or brood. He was an avid reader
and spent all his waking hours immersed in a book. Unfor-
tunately, there was only one book in Genoa at the time-
Care of the Horse by Aristotle-and after several years of reading
Care of the Horse, Columbus grew restless. So when rumor
reached him that there was another book in Barcelona, off he
ran as fast as his fat little legs would carry him.
The rumor, alas, proved false. The only book in Barcelona
was Cuidar un Caballo by Aristotle, which proved to be nothing
more than a Spanish translation of Care of the Horse.
Bitterly disappointed, Columbus began to dream of going to
India where, according to legend, there were thousands of books.
But the only way to go to India was on horseback, and after so
many years of reading CAfe of the Horse, Columbus never wanted
to clap eyes on a horse again. Then a new thought struck him:
perhaps it was possible to get to India by sea!t
Fired with his revolutionary new idea, Columbus raced to
the court of Ferdinand and Isabella on his little fat legs (Co-
lumbus was plagued with little fat legs all his life) and pleaded
his case with such fervor that the rulers were persuaded.
On October 12, 1492, Columbus set foot on the New World.
The following year he returned to Spain with a cargo of wonders
never before seen in Europe-spices and metals and plants and
flowers and-most wondrous of all-tobacco Oh, what a sensa-
tion tobacco caused in Europe! The filter had long since been
invented (by Aristotle, curiously enough) but nobody knew
what to do with it. Now Columbus, the Great Discoverer, made
still another great discovery: he took a filter, put tobacco in
front of it, and invented the world's first filter cigarette!
Through the centuries filters have been steadily improved

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leading all other league gridders
with a total of 136 yards - 27
by rushing and 109 by passing.
Duncan Second
He is closely followed by Iowa's
Randy Duncan with 129 and Min-
nesota's Jim Reese with 126.
Michigan's Bob Ptacek is seventh
with 86 - seven rushing and 79
passing.
Duncan is the passing leader
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with a .692 completion percent-
age, tossing nine out of 13 iuc-
cessfully. Reese is next, hitting
8 for 17, while Thornton has com-
pleted 9 for 22. Ptacek is fifth,
completing five of 15.
Iowa Back Leads
In the rushing department, Iowa
also heads the list with halfback
Ray Jauch - who has a fantastic
15.4 yards-per-carry average --
running seven times for 108 yards.
Michigan has its only leader in
the punting department where M'
halfback Darrell Harper leads the
field with a 47.5 yards-per-kick
average - well above his nearest
rival, MSU's" Dean, Look who is
averaging 39.3.
Scoring Leaden
Ohio State's Bob White, Iowa's
Duncan and Wisconsin's Dale
Hackbart are all tied for the scor-
ing lead with two touchdown
each.
In total team statistics Iowa
has a commanding lead. The
Hawkeyes have amassed 503 yards
in 85 plays for an average of 5.92
yards a play..
Michigan State,' on the other
hand, leads In defense. The Spar-
tans allowed a mere 151 yards to
Michigan,' their only Conference
opponent.

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