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Y, NoVE.

Welcome Students!!
Try us for:
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre


Injuries Ha mper
Deny Truth
Of Rumors I r


'Al' Gridders
Harper, Bushong, Deskins
Hurt in Saturday's contest

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The first Shirt Satellite is fi-
nally a reality! Just yesterday,
during their lunch hour, Van
Heusen scientists launched a
Van Heusen Century Shirt,
into the stratosphere. It's now
circling theearth 180,000miles
up, in an orbit so large that a
grown man couldn't walk it,
even in a whole day! Travel-
ing at the legal 35 miles per
hour, it is expected that the
Van Heusen Century Shirt
Satellite will remain up there
in the blue beyond for at least
1200 years. And, with luck,
maybe 1201.
"But," you will ask, "what
value will the Shirt Satellite
have for science?" Just this,
friend! It will further prove
the immutable law that the
soft collar on Van Heusen
Century Shirts won't wrinkle
... ever! You see, the slick
Van Heusen physicists have
attached an electronic
Wrinkle-ricter to the collar of
the Van Heusea Century

Shirt. This clever device will
constantly send back elec-
tronic reports on the condition
of the collar, so, for 1200years,
we earthlings will have abso-
lute proof that the soft collar
on Van Heusen Shirts won't
wrinkle ... ever. Should you
ever have any doubts, just
drop in to the Van Heusen
office, and listen to the reports
coming back from the Shirt
One more thing-the Van
Heusen Century Shirt Satel-
lite will drop back to the earth
in the spring of 3157 (possibly
3158) and you're all invited to
the return party! If, in the
meantime, you want to see
the Van Heusen Century
Shirt, you can at your campus
haberdashery. He has them
in' 5 collar styles, in white,
stripes and colors. $4 & $5.
At better stores everywhere-
or write: Phillips-Van Heusen
Corporation, 417 Fifth Ave.,
New York 16, N. Y.-

Daly Sports Editor
Rumors started by a Champaign,
Ill., newspaper stating that Michi-
gan football coach Bennie Ooster-
baan would resign at the end of
the current season apparently
have no basis.
Oosterbaan said yesterday that
no such decision had been made.
"Although it is generally known
that I won't continue in a head
coach position forever," he said,
"I have decided nothing this sea-
The "M" coach stated that if
and when such a decision is made,
"it will come through the proper
channels." This. Athletic Director
H. O. "Fritz" Crisler would release
the information.
News to Oosterbaan, Crisler
Crisler said, "I haven't got any
resignation. Oosterbaan has been
telling for four years that he's not
going to coach forever." However,
if any decision is to come this year,
it isn't definite as yet.-
The Champaign article said the
resignation had been turned in
Sunday and was,-effective at the
end of the season. It said that
bacrfield coach Chalmers "Bump"
Elliott would become coach, and
Osterbaan would be in charge of
the grant-in-aid program of the
Athletic Department.
"This is news to me," Ooster-
baan said. "Such a new position
hasn't entered my mind, and
hasn't been suggested to me."
Both Crisler and Oosterbaan
scoffed at the Champaign"dis-
closure" as simply an annual

Injuries continue to. plague
Michigan's already too thin foot-
ball squad.
"It seems as though we've had
one after another, every week,"
said Coach Bennie Oosterbaan at
Ferry Field yesterday.
Latest to join the Wolverines'
season-long injury list are half-
backs Darrell Harper and Reid
Bushong, alc.ng with 240-lb. tackle
Don Deskins
Pulls Thigh Muscle.
.Harper, who has played out-
standing ball in his last several
games, suffered a pulled thigh
muscle late in the first quarter
of Saturday's 21-8 loss to Illinois
when he was upended on the Illini
12-yard line on a 16-yard pass
play from quarterback Bob Ptacek.
Deskins, who hasn't been com-
pletely up to par all year because
of injuries, now has a rib injury
to add to his woes.
T "It's too early in the week to

-Daily-Peter Anderson
TWO WOLVERINES HALTED-Michigan had the ball for 80 plays in Saturday's game, compared'
to Illinois' 40, so Illini.tacklers had to work overtime. The Wolverines in losing gained 145 yards
gushing, some of them by Brad Myers (left, 17, withering under Illini Bill Burrell, 68), some
by Reid Bushong (right, 48, falling forward for some extra yardage). 41



Hinsdale Edges Chicago in Second-Place Final


Led by Hinsdale in the second
place playoff, the residence hall
I-M league had five championships
decided last night at Wines Field.j
In the "A" division, the fourth
and fifth place championships
were decided, while the second,
third, and fourth place finals were
played off in the "B" league.

DaughertylHanged in Effigy
After MSU's Loss to Indiana

c Hinsdale of East Quad beat an
inspired Chicago squad in overtime
to cop the second-place laurels in
the "B" division.
Neither team was able to score
during the regular game, but on
the last play of the added period,
Bob Peterhans went around his
own right end and then cut back
in a beautiful touchdown run to
capture the title for Hinsdale.
Michigan Stops Winchell
In the "B" third place playoff,
Michigan House took Winchell,
12-6, to walk off with that title.
Michigan opened the scoring with
an aerial from Gerry Spinazze to
Dave Olds, but Les Grosslight
picked off a Winchell toss to even
the score.
Spinazze uncorked another scor-
ing pass, this time to Lynn Hog-
haug, to win the game and the
With Dave Cook scoring three
touchdowns, Anderson House
downed defending titlist Reeves,
20-6, to cop the "A" fifth-place
championship. In the fourth-place
"A" playoff, Van Tyne nudged
Chicago, 1-0, in overtime.
Strauss Nicks Greene
Strauss defeated Greene, 6-2, for
"B" fourth-place honors, with
Dave Austin doing the scoring for
the winners.

In a very hard-fought Indepen-
dent League volleyball game, 1207
edged CMS, 4-3, in overtime.
Other scores: Buckeyes 5, Psi
Kids 1; Calvins 6, Owen Co-op 0;.



Actuaries 4, Forestry Club 2;
Gomberg Older Element 6, Pill
Pushers 0; Beantowners 5, TEP 1;
and Wesleyans 4, Cooley Elders 2.

For the first time in a month things went pretty much as
predicted in college football.
With upsets at a minimum, the averages of Grid Picks contestants
went up and the winner, Steve Kennedy, South Quad resident, emerged
the victory with a 16-4 record, the best record compiled so far this
The next-to-last Grid Picks contest is now open for entries. To
enter, clip the list of games printed below out of The Daily, plainly
circle your choices, predict the score of the Michigan-Indiana game
and send the entry to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard,
Ann Arbor.

are featured at

State Coach Duffy Daugherty now
has been hanged in effigy-like
three other Big Ten coaches who
got the noose ahead of him this
A dummy found hanging from
a lamp post near Spartan Stadium
Sunday carried a card around its
neck, reading: "Goodbye Duffy;
Bring Back Biggie."
Campus police speculatede it
was strung up a few hours after
MSU's 6-0 loss to Indiana Satur-
day. MSU hasn't won a Big Ten

game and has lost four and tied
Fellow Big Ten coaches getting
the noose ahead of Daugherty
were Bennie Oosterbaan of Michi-
gan, Murray Warmath of Minne-
sota, and Woody Hayes of Ohio
Clarence (Biggie) Munn, MSU
Athletic Director and Daugherty's
predecessor as coach, didn't ap-
preciate what happened to Duffy
and said: "You can be very sure
those responsible for it never
blocked anybody or tackled any-


Indiana at Michigan 11. Texas at TCU
MSU at Minnesota 12. Tulane at Vanderbilt
Wisconsin at Illinois 13. Princeton at Yale
Ohio State at Iowa 14. Oregon at UCLA
Purdue at Northwestern 15. Holy Cross at Penn State
SMU at Arkansas 16. Iowa State at Kansas State
N. Carolina at Notre Dame 17. Auburn at Georgia
Missouri at Oklahoma 18. Virginia at South Carolina
Texas A&M at Rice 19. Alabama at Georgia Tech
Mississippi at Tennessee 20. Duke at Wake Forest

say for sure whether Harper or
Deskins will be all right for Sat-
urday, but Bushong will definitely
be out," Oosterbaan said.
Bushong, a sophomore who may
figure highly in the Wolverines'
future plans, hurt his hip midway
in the second period. Earlier, he
had made a beautiful catch of a
26-yard pass by Stan Noskin.
Rest of Squad Okay
Other than George Genyk, who
is still in pain from a pinched
nerve and a few minor injuries,
the rest of the Wolverine squad
should be in good shape for Satur-
day's game with Indiana.
How good are the Hoosierst
"They're a ball club that has
improved every week, and who
may be on the rampage against
us," Oosterbaan said.
Indiana has now won three
straight games to climax its long-
est winnirw streak in many years.
Their 6-0 win over Michigan State
Saturday was the first time since
1949 that the Hoosiers defeated
Byers Runs Four Times
Jim Byers returned to fullback
Saturday for the first time since
last season because of a knee in-
jury and subsequent operation. He
ran only four plays from scrim-
mage for a net yardage of nine
"He and Noskin have the same
trouble." Coach Oosterbaan said.
"Both have missed a lot of time
in practices and games, and the
only way to stay sharp is toplay."
Oosterbaan was full of praise for
the performance of Ptacek, who
played perhaps one of the most
inspired games of his career, He
either passed, or ran In 38 of
Michigan's total plays from scrim-
LSU Says
In oP Spot,
In AP Poll
By The Associated Press
It's going to take a stout crow-
bar to pry Louisiana State out of
first place in the weekly Associated
Press college football poll if the
Tigers continue to manhandle
their opponents as they did Duke
last Saturday.
The sportswriters and sports-
casters participating in the voting,
impressed by the 50-18 victory
over the Blue Devils, for the third
week in a row made LSU No. 1.
The Iowa Hawkeyes, who clinched
the Big Ten title Saturday, were
again placed in the No. 2 spot.
Army held its No. 3 position
despite the fact the wilting Cadets
had a bad scare, pulling out a vic-
tory over Rice with a long pass in
the final seconds.
Auburn crowded up to within 23
points of Army as it moved froin
fifth to fourth place.
Auburn displaced Northwestern
in the fourth place, as the Big Ten
team dropped out of the top ten
as a result of its defeat by Wis-
Northwestern was the only one
of the top ten teams of a week ago
to fail to make it this week. Okla-
homa held its No. 6 spot, Wiscon-
sin moved up from seventh to
fifth, Mississippi jumped from
ninth to seventh, Purdue held to
No. 8, and the Air Force remained
No. 10.
The top ten teams, with the
first-place votes and the won-lost
records in parentheses (points on
10-9-8, etc., basis):
1. Louisiana St. (95) (8-0) 1,532
2. Iowa (52) (6-0-1) .... 1,441
3. Army (6-0-1)........*. 999
4. Auburn (6) (6-0-1) .... 976-
5. Wisconsin (5-11). :....786

6. Oklahoma (3) (6-1) ..783
7. Mississippi (2) (7-1) ... 535
8. Purdue (6-1) .......... 289
9. Texas Christian (6-1) .. 287
10. Air Fbrce (5-0-1) ...... 249
Second ten: North Carolina 218;
Syracuse 179; Northwestern 166;
Pittsburgh 152; Southern Metho-
dist 67; Ohio State 59; Rice 43;
Florida 37; Rutgers 35; Georgia
Tech 19.
Ice Skating
Classes Held
Tee skating classes for beginners
and more experienced persons are
currently being held at the Coli-
Those who wish to participate
can register in Rm. 3 of Waterman
Gymnasium. Classes are held Mon-
day through Thursday at 10 and
11 a.m.


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and, in the long run, pay no more.

V I.

The campus favorite from coast to coast,
After Six formals are the mark of excellent
taste-correctly styled in every detail.

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