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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By GRETCHEN TWIETMEYER
If Peter Pifer picked a peck of
pickled peppers, how many pecks
of pickled peppers could Peter
Pifer pick? Or, in the vernacular,
can Bump's boys befuddle the
ebullient Beaver ball carrier?
Because even with his wide-open
name, Pifer managed to gain 1095
yards last season, earning the fifth
best record in the country. Mich-
igan's candidate for that slot, the
baffling and even amazing Carl
Ward, only gained half as much.
Further in the game of doubles,
deuces, and halves, two years af-
ter their unfortunate clash with
the Wolverines in the Rose Bowl,
remnants of their conference-
winning team like Pifer, quarter-
back Paul Brothers, and Bob
Grim have a virtual Pandora's box
of experience. Brothers, matching
Bob Timberlake's record of almost
1500 yards gained as a soph, sunk
last year to 787. However, this
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Student football coupon and
ticket sales will be closed Thurs-
day at noon. The tickets are
currently being sold at the Ath-
loie Ticket Office, State and
Hoover.

can be blamed on a set of the
poorest pass receivers Oregon
State could have unwished for.
Gunner
This year, Coach Dee Andros
has recruited (whether in inspira-
tion or desperation remains to be
seen) 6'6" basketball player Harry
Gunner, and Andros is happy with
him.
Andros' veteran starting re-
ceiver Bobby Grim rates assistant
U-M Coach Don James' approba-
tion as OSU's best all-around
player. "He's got speed, he's a good
receiver and runner, and he's a
master of the halfback running
pass, a notable achievement."
Other veterans who must still
remember their '64 defeat are de-
fensive linebacker Russ Kuhns,
offensive tackle Jim Wilkin, and
Mike Sullivan, offensive end, who
was injured but played in last Sat-
urday's scrimmage.
Deuce!
Like the Wolverines, the Beav-
ers have had deuced luck with
knees. Doug John, a senior letter-
man, is out for the season. And
Jeff Hardrath, stricken in spring
training, will not be able to start
at offensive tackle. He played in
OSU's Saturday scrimmage but
will probably see only limited ac-

tion a la Detwiler, at least at first.
Besides an offensive line that's
large and tough .averaging over
200 lbs.) and a defensive line
that's just as good, Michigan's
coaching staff is also telling the
team that the Beavers are "ag-
gressive and enthusiastic."
The weakest area seems to be
the secondary defense, which has
no experience at all. Charlie Olds
and Don Welch are starting half-
backs, and Scott Davis will fill the
safety slot.
Seek To Rise
The Beavers contrive to paddle
their way out of the toughest
season they'd ever faced last
year, with a 5-5 record overall,
and a 1-3 slate in the AAWU
Conference. In Big Ten competi-
tion, they beat Iowa and fell to
Northwestern.
This year doesn't look much
better for them, at least at the
beginning of the season. They have
to chop their way through Mich-
igan, Iowa and USC.
But the Orange and Black will
have to prove it has more than
its pumpkin colors than just seeds
--and Michigan will try to squelch
Peter Pifer's All-America hopes.
Vvy vese does not always invite
victory.

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St. Louis
New York
Pittsburgh
Dallas,
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Atlanta
Philadelphia

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GRID SEL
Repressed? If a lack of cash is
keeping you from being the Big
Man on Campus to freshman
lovelies, then scrimp no more.
Now you can be famed as a lavish
spender and as an astute mind on
the subject of football.
Once again The Daily is spon-
soring Grid Picks. All you do is
pick the winners of 20 featured
football games (or come close)
and you win. The prize is two
tickets to the Michigan Theatre,
now showing "A Fine Madness."
So pick up your entry blanks at
The Daily building at 420 May-
nard St. and enter soon but only
once. The deadilne is midnight
Friday.
Of special interest to spo'ts fans
and grid pickers everywhere is
this week's Slippery R o c k -
Waynesburg game. It will be a
tough one for the Slippery Rock
eleven and even tougher for arm-
chair analysts.

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W L T Pct. Pts. OP
Green Iav 1 0 0 1.000 23 3
Los Angeles 1 0 0 1.000 19 14
Detroit 1 0 0 1.000 14 3
Minnesota 0 0 1 .000 20 20
San Francisco 0 0 1 .000 20 20
Chicago 0 1 0' .000 3 24
Baltimore 0 1 0 .000 3 24
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Green Bay 24, Baltimore 3
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 14, Chicago 3
Pittsburgh 34, New York 34 (tic)
St. Louis 16, Philadelphia 13
Cleveland 38, Washington 14
Los Angeles 19, Atlanta 14
Minnesota 20, San Francisco 20 (tie)
NEXT FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Pittsburgh
Atlanta at Philadelphia
Baltimore at Minnesota
Green Bay at Cleveland
New York at Dallas
Washington at St. Louis

HAPPY WINNERS

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Houston
New York
Boston
Miami
Buffalo
Wes
San Diego
Kansas City
Oakland
Denver

AFL
tern Division
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
2 0 0 1.000 76 7
1 0 0 1.000 19 14
0 1 0 .000 0 24
0 2 0 .000 28 42
0 2 0 .000 27 69

THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. MICHIGAN vs Oregon 11. Illinois vs SMU
State - (score) 12. USC vs Texas
2. Purdue vs Ohio U. 13. Minnesota vs Missouri
3. Wisconsin vs Iowa State 14. MSU vs North Carolina S
4. Yale vs Conn. 15. Memphis St. vs Miss.
5. New Mexico vs Utah State 16. Cal vs Wash. St.
6. Wyoming vs Air Force 17. Florida vs Northwestern
7. Boston College vs Navy 18. LSU vs South Carolina
8. Iowa vs Orizona 19. Florida St. vs Houston
9. Indiana vs Miami 20. Slippery Rock vs Waynes
10. UCLA vs Pitt

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W L T Pct. Pts.
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1 0 0 1.000 42
1 1 0 .500 23
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FRIDAY'S RESULTS
New York '19, Miami 14
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Houston 31, Oakland 0
San Digo 24, Boston 0
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 42, Buffalo 20
NEXT SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
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Boston at Denver
Miami at Buffalo
Houston at New Yorkt

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