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TE MC IGAN DAILY

"Serving a better mneal for less"
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MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY - on State StreetI

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-31 ACTION
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's "A" touch
football team eliminated the
defending I-M social fraternity
champions, Phi Delta Theta, 20-12,
at Wines Field last night.
SAE passed its way into the first
place finals on three touchdown
tosses by Jack Mogk. Trailing at
halftime, 12-6, SAE came back
early in the second half to tie
the score on a Mogk pass to Mike
Morrison. Then, with barely a
minute left in the game, Fred Roe-!
ser gathered in a 20-yard pass for
the winning score.
In one of the best played games
of the day, Zeta Beta Tau edged
Theta Kappa Epsilon, 20-16 in
"B" action. In other "B" action,
Phi Sigma Kappa measured Tri-
gon, 14-6.
The Heidenreich bothers, Bob
and Jim, carried Delta Sigma Del-
ta to a 20-0 win over Alpha Omega.
Other scores in the pro frater-
nity league included: Nu Sigma Nu
12, Phi Rho Sigma 0; Tau Epsilon
Rho 1, Phi Alpha Kappa 0: Phi
Delta Phi 14, Phi Delta Chi, 0;
Phi Epsilon Kappa 6, Alpha Rho
Chi, 0; Alpha Chi Sigma 20, Pres-
cott 0; Psi Omega 6, Delta Sigma
Pi, 0; Delta Theta Pi 8, Law Club
6; Phi Chi 24, Phi Delta Epsilon, 6.

1Backs NewmanIBushong
Expected To See Action
By CHUCK KOZOL treatment," noted Oosterbaan.
Shining through Michigan's -Whether he will be used or not
bleak offensive thrust at North- against Minnesota is a decision
western last Saturday, sophomore that we will make after watching
halfbacks Reid Bushong and Harry him in practice today."
Newman gave indication of being Noskin Sharp
future backfield starters for the Stan Noskin, sidelined last week
Wolverines, with a hip injury incurred in the
"Bushong and Newman are Navy game, appeared in top form,
probably the top sophomore backs but Oosterbaan noted, "we can't
right now." stated backfield coach tell if he will be able to start yet."
Bump Elliott. "They both have Sharpening up their weak pass
shown very marked improvement defense system, the team com-
since the season began." pleted plans to halt the top men
Comparing the two players. Elli- in Minnesota's offensive depart-
ott noted that Bushong uses his ment. Both sophomores, quarter-
ability to dodge tacklers to great back Joe Salem and left half Gary
advantage. "Newman is a tougher Malchert have improved vastly
runner, his charging technique and are counted on to spell mem-
makes him a hard man to bring bers of the regular backfield.
down." Practice in Stadium

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Sophs Shine in Michigan Attack

Today is the last day to enter this week's Grid Picks Contest.
To enter just clip the list of games printed below out of The Daily,
circle your selections, predict the score of the Michigan-Minnesota
game and send your entry to The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann
Arbor.
The winner will receive two free tickets to the Michigan Theater.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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CONSENSUS
MinnesQta at MICHIGAN
MICH. ST. at Illinois
Wisconsin at OHIO STATE
Northwestern at IOWA
NOTRE DAME at Purdue
Miami (O) at INDIANA
ARMY at Pittsburgh
Dartmouth at HARVARD
MISSISSIPPI at Arkansas
Alabama at MISS. ST.

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Oregon at CALIFORNIA
N. Carolina St. at DUKE
GA. TECH at SMU
N. CAROLINA at W. Foret
Kansas at OKLAHOMA
Wash. at OREGON ST.
Syracuse at PENN STATE
So. Cal. at WASH. STATE
Stanford at UCLA
TULANE at Kansas

PICKS IN CAPS

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M' Harriers To Run Today
In Notre Dame Invitational

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Read and Use Michigan Daily Classifieds

By DAVE LYON
Seven members of Michigan's
cross-country team will compete
in the Notre Dame Invitational
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meet this afternoon at South
Bend.
Track Coach Don Canham has
selected Dick Schwartz, Dave Mar-
tin, Fred Montour, James Wyman,
Don Truex, Cam Grey and Walt
Schafer to run the four-mile
course against 200 other contest-
ants from colleges all over the
Midwest.
One of Canham's better runners,
Earl Deardorff, will not compete
today. The coach said he was only
recently recovered from a recent,
illness and is not quite ready to
resume running.
If Michigan's runners perform
satisfactorily in today's meet and
in a duel meet with Illinois here
NoY. 8, Canham will enter the
Woiverine runfiers in the Big Ten
cross-country meet Nov. 14.
Michigan has not conducted
cross-country on a varsity basis
in recent years, and Canham has
entered a team in the Big Ten
meet only when he thought Michi-
gan had a good chance of winning.
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Perfect Offense
Both halfbacks saw extensive
action in yesterday's practice ses-
sion with the team perfecting their
offensive patterns for tomorrow's
game with Minnesota. Putting his
defensive unit against Gopher
plays, Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
noted," we probably will stick with
our present backfield lineup, but
Bushong and Newman may see
some action."
Working out with the team for
the second day, quarterback Bob'
Ptacek went through light maneu-
vers with the first unit. "He has
responded remarkably well to
Russian leers
To Invade U.S.
NEW YORK (P)-A Russian ice
hockey team will meet the U.S.
National Amateur team in Madi-
son Square Garden Jan. 1 in the
first game on a six-city American
tour, President Tom Lockhart of
the U. S. Amateur Ice Hockey
Assn. said today,
The Soviets will follow their
New York appearance with games
against either Harvard or Dart-
mouth in the Boston Garden;
Michigan in the Detroit Olympia;
Minnesota in Minneapolis and
again in either Eveleth or Hibbing,
Minn.; the U. S. National Team in
Colorado Springs, Colo, and the
Philadelphia Falcons of the East-
ern League in Philadelphia.

Coach Murray Warmath will
bring his Minnesota team to Mich-
igan this afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
The Gophers will fly into Willow
Run and come directly to the
Stadium to work out. The team
will leave directly after the game
for Minneapolis.
The Gophers are hoping to take
the Little Brown Jug back to
Minneapolis. Minnesota has only
had possession of the famed tro-
phy 15 times since 1904 when the
'Jug' became emblematic of vic-
tory in this game.

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
CHUCK KOZOLL (50-30-.625)-Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio
State, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Miami, Army, Harvard, Mississippi.
Miss. State, California, Duke, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Oklahoma,
Oregon State, Penn State, Washington State, UCLA, Tulane.
FRED KATZ (49-31-.613)--Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State,
Iowa, Notre Dame, Indiana, Army, Dartmouth. Mississippi, Mississippi
State, California. Duke, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Oklahoma,
Oregon State, Penn State, Washington State, UCLA, Tulane.
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DICK MINTZ (48-32-,600)-Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio
State, Iowa, Purdue, Indiana, Army, Dartmouth, Mississippi, Alabama,
California, Duke, SMU, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Washington, Penn
State, Washington State, UCLA, Tulane.
AL JONES (Daily Sports Editor, 47-33-.588)-Michigan, Michigan
State, Wisconsin, Iowa, Purdue, Miami, Army, Harvard, Mississippi,
Mississippi State, California, Duke, SMU, North Carolina, Oklahoma,
Washington State, Syracuse, Southern California, UCLA, Tulane,
SI COLEMAN (Daily Associate Sports Editor, 46-34-.575)--Micht-
gan, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Iowa, Notre Dame, Indiana, Army,
Dartmouth, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Oregon, Duke, SMU, North
Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Penn State, Southern California,
UCLA, Tulane.
DAVE LYON (45-35-.563)-Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State,
Northwestern, Notre Dame, Miami, Army, Harvard, Mississippi, Missis-
sippi State, California, Duke, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Oklahoma,
Washington, Penn State, Washington State, UCLA, Tulane.
JIM BENAGH (44-36-.550)-Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State, Iowa,
Purdue, Indiana, Army, Dartmouth, Mississippi, Mississippi State,
California, Duke, Georgia' Tech, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon
State, Penn State, Washington State, UCLA, Tulane.

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our Selections
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CARL RISEMAN (Daily Associate Sports Editor, 42-38-.525)-
Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Iowa, Notre Dame, Miami, Army,
Harvard, Mississippi, Mississippi State, California, Duke, Georgia Tech,
North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Penn State, Washington
State, UCLA, Tulane.
DICK TAUB (Guest Staff, Daily Managing Editor, 42-38--.525)--
Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Iowa, Notre Dame, Indiana,
Army, Harvard, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Oregon, Duke, Georgia
Tech, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Washington, Penn State, Washing-
ton State, UCLA.Tulane.

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OC LEVRHE -------CHEVROLET
It's shaped to the new American taste. It brings you more spaciousness and comfort with a new
Body by Fisher. It has a new kind of finish. New bigger brakes. Vast new areas of visibility.
New :i-Thrift 6. It's new right down to the tires!

Who will ever forget that His all cotton Van Heusen
time? The whole town turned "Vantage" Shirts need not be
out ... well, maybe not the ironed. Bobby Collegebound
whole town...to see little Bob- could wash his Van Heusen
by Collegebound off to the "Vantage" Shirts himself..,.
University. There he was in and in a matter of hours they
his hand-stained bucks ... would be ready to wear. Day
pleatless khakis ... and his after day... far from home
varsity sweater. (Badminton . . . Bobby would sparkle at
1, 2, 3, 4:) Sonja... ah, Sonja, college in his Van Heusen
his homeroom sweetheart, "Vantage" all cotton, wash
sobbed quietly. Sonja had and wear, no-iron shirts,
heard stories about the co-eds. "Now," Sonja cried hyster-
She was worried. ically... "I've lost him for-
As the Toonerville local ever. With all that free time
pulled in, another small cry in those handsome shirts, he'll
was heard. It was Bobby's be the target of every girl on
mother. Who will look after campus. If only I had passed
him? Who will warm his milk bookkeeping I could have
and care for his shirts? Then gone, too."
came the unforgettable reply. As the train pulled away,
Bobby, head high, shoulders Bobby's mother faced east
back, answered . .. "I will! and said..."Thank you, Van
I will wash my shirts." Ah, Heusen "Vantage," for being
smart boy. He'll make the like a mother to my son!"
grade. Gone was the callow In white, choice of collar
adolescence ... for Bobby styles, $4.00 at better
Collegebound had bought Van stores everywhere. Or write
Heusen"Vantage"Shirts with to: Phillips-Van Heusen Cor-
his allowance. No longer need poration, 417 Fifth Avenue,
he be tied to Mother's apron. New York 16, N. Y.

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Chevy's all new for the second
straight year! Here with a fresh
Slimline design that brings en-
tirely new poise and proportion
to automobile styling. Inside the
new and roomier Body by Fisher
you'll find truly tasteful elegance.
And you'll have clear seeing from
every seat. The new Vista-Pano-
ramic windshield curves over-
head-windows are bigger, too.

When you take the wheel, you
find Chevy's newness goes down
deep. A new steering ratio makes
handling easier than ever. New
suspension engineering gives
you a smoother, more stable
ride. There's a new Hi-Thrift
6 that goes and goes on a gallon
of gas. Vim-packed V8's. New
and bigger brakes. Even tougher,
safer Tyrex cord tires,

There's still more! A new finish
that keeps its shine without wax-
ing or polishing for up to three
years. Impressive new Impala
models. Wonderful new wagons.
--including one with a rear-fac-
ing rear seat. And, with all that's
new, you'll find those fine Chev-
rolet virtues of economy and
practicality. Stop in now and see
the '59 Chevrolet.

Top quality robes of 100% wool to ward off cool breezes
Keeps you snug all through the game. Oversize.. .
52"x72" with fringed ends, in a choice of colorful plaids.
Comes with attractive plastic zipper case with shield for
initials (at no charge).
Other Robes With Case .. . . . . ...$9.95
Michigan N Robes from $11.95

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