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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1,966

MICHIGAN SPORTS SHORTS:

Coeds Win; Dayton New Captain

Michigan's f e m a 1 e swimming ing scorer. Dieter Stefankovic fin-
team, led by 1964 Olympic champ, ished second behind Alcaras in the

Joe Dayton, starting center for All-America honors, set a Big Ten

Jenny Duenkel, scored an impres-
sive victory over six other schools'
in the annual Michigan College
women swim meet at Adrian Col-,
lege last Saturday.
The girl tankers finished far
out in front with 115 points while
second place Central Michigan
closed with 57. Wayne State fin-
ished the day third.I
The Wolverines took six firsts
on their way to victory in the
200-yard medley and freestyle re-

scoring race.
Ruggers Fill, 18-8
The Michigan R u g b y Club!
closed out its season Sunday by
losing to Windsor 18-8 at Wines
Field.
The defeat forced the Woiver-I
ines into a second place finish in
the western division of the South-
west Ontario Rugby Union. The
ruggers had been leading the divi-
sion by one-half game going into

the Wolverines the past two sea-
sons, was elected captain of next
year's Michigan football team by
a vote of the players yesterday.
Dayton, a 21-year-old junior
from Detroit, has started ever y
game for Michigan in his two year
varsity career.
The players also selected split
end Jack Clancy, Michigan's best
pass catcher of all-times, as most
valuable player for 1966.
Clancy, a strong candidate for

record against Ohio State last
weekend for most yardage gained
on passes in a season with 698.
This breaks the previous .ecordi of
656, set by Wisconsin's Pat Rich-
ter in 1962.
Michigan Record
The senior end, captain of this
year's Wolverine squad, finished
the year with 76 pass receptions,
a new Michigan season. :ecord.
Clancy set the, former record of
52 last year.
The converted quarterback and
halfback was leading the nation
with 73 receptions going into last
Saturday's action. He has ga:ned
a total of 1,079 yards on passes
this year.
In other Michigan football news,
at least six Wolverine players have
been invited to postseason All-Star
games.

lays, 100-yard backstroke, 50-yard the contest. Windsor will now face
back and freestyle, and in diving,|the eastern division winners for
The medley was won by Duen-|the Union championship, most
kel, Marilyn Fayre, Ellen Weiland, likely on Dec. 3.
and Alyce Signer, while the free- The ruggers, who had previously
style relay victory was posted by beaten Windsor 8-3, highlighted
Duenkel, Chris Parks, Kathy Zan their season by defeating Mich-
Buskirk, and Patti Kelley. In in- igan State once, 3-0, and tying
divdiual results, Parks won, the them in their other meeting, 3-3.
diving, with Duenkel gaining her Last year, Michigan defeated Sar-
third first in the 100-yard back- nia, of the eastern division, for
stroke. Signer won the 50-yard the Union championship.
back while Weiland posted a first i
in the 50-yard free c y
This was the girls last meet be- The other half of Michigan
fore the women - intercollegiate gymnastic team's dynamic duo
championships here Dec. 3. came through last night when
* * * sophomore trampolinist Dave
Kickers Close with Tie Jacobs won the Nissen trampolin-
ing Cup in London, England.
The Michigan Soccer Club con- Jacobs, the NAAU champion,
eluded its 1966 season last Satur- won the Nissen crown in a meet
day as the kickers battled to a featuring 20 foreign competitors.
5-5 tie with Waterloo, Canada, at Junior Wayne Miller, the more
Wines Field. heralded of the two gymnasts, re-
The tie left the Wolverines with cently won an international com-
a 3-3-1 final record. Last year, petition in Kiel, West Germany.
the clubbers finished with a 2-2-1I
mark.
It was an unusual year for the Grid Picks
club, in that all the victories came With last Saturday's closing
at home while all the losses were of the Big Ten football season,
absorbed on the road. Eastern the 1966 Daily Grid Picks cor-
Michigan, the Ukranian Club of petition was put to rest. Our
Detroit, and Toledo fell victim at congratulations go to last
Wines, while the three defeats week's winner, Peg Landinan of
came at Toledo, Buffalo and 1511 Pine Valley, and our
Waterloo. thanks to all those who partici-
Alfonso Alcaras, from Mexico, pated during the season. Peg,
sparked the kickers as their lead- who wins two free dinners
courtesv of Cottage Inn Pizza.I

Headed West
Clancy along with senior full-
back Dave Fisher and defensive
safety Rick Volk have been asked
to participate in the East-West
Shriners game on Dec. 31 in San
Francisco. Clancy and Volk will
probably also go on to the Hula
- Bowl in sunny Hawaii.
Halfback Carl Ward and guard
Don Bailey have been invited to
the North-South game in Miami
while linebacker Frank Nunley
will go to the Blue-Gray game in
Montgomery, Ala., and then to
JOE DAYTON the Senior Bowl in Mobile.
TOP TWO DIFFER:
Spartans and, Irsh,
Lead FootballPol

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SKI CLUB
MEETING FOR
ASPEN TRIP
Tuesday 7:30
ROOM 3D
MICHIGAN UNION

tied with two-time Grid Picks
winners Fred Salomon in pre-
dicting the winners but won
this week by picking the Mich-
igan-Ohio State score more
correctly. To those entrants
who never reached success, we
offer the dubious consolation
that Grid Picks will be back in
'67.
With Jacob's victory, the two
Wolverine gymnasts continue to
dominate the trampolining world.
In other Michigan gymnastic
news, the parallel team will per-
form. between halves of the fresn-
man-varsity basketball game to-
night. Captain Gary Vander Voort
will lead a crew of Fred Rodney,
Dick Richards, Tim Mousseau,
Ron Rapper, Dave Ruttenberg and
Sid Jensen in the exhibition.

Notre Dame and Michigan State'
are involved in their second tied
in less than a, week.
This time, it is the two major
wire polls, Associated Press and
United Press International, that
caused the stalemate.
The Fighting Irish, 8-0-1, nosed
out the Spartans, 9-0-1, by three
votes to remain on top of the AP
newscasters' poll while the UPI
consensus, taken from college
coaches, puts the Spartans on top
by that same three vote margin,
creating as much confusion as the
10-10 tie did at East Lansing on
Saturday.
Notre Dame still has one more
game to change its position in the
polls when it 'faces Rose Bowl
bound Southern California this
weekend. Michigan State, Big Ten
champs, for the second year in
a row, closed out its season tying
the Irish. The Western Conference
winners are unable to appear as
Rose Bowl representatives again
so second place Purdue will go
instead.
The Irish totaled 556 points, col-'

lecting 37 first place votes, while
the Spartans totaled 553 and 27
first in the AP poll.
In the UPI voting, Michigan
State was first with a 318 total
and 13 first place votes. Notre
Dame pulled two more first but
still fell short with 315 total votes.
Alabama was a distant third in
the AP poll with 467 points and
had only eight first place vote.
Nebraska, ranked fourth with 40:1
points, was the only other team to
get a first place vote,
The rest of the top ten put
Georgia Tech, fifth; UCLA, ,sixth;
Georgia, seventh; Purdue, eighth;
Florida, ninth; and Soutnern Cali
fornia, tenth.
AP TOP TEN
1. Notre Dame (37) 8-0-1 556
2. Michigan St. (27) 9-0-1 553 0
3. Alabama (8) 8-0 467
4. Nebraska (1) 9-0 401
5. Georgia Tech 9-0 336
6. UCLA 9-1 278
7. Georgia 8-1 201
8. Purdue 8-2 136
9. Florida 8-1 99
- 10. Southern California 7-2 62 A

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Conference
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
Dallas 7 2 1 .778 340 167
St. Louis 7 2 1 .778 221 177
Cleveland 7 3 0 .700 281 150
Philadelphia 6 5 0 .545 229 268
Washington 5 6 0 .455 217 246
Pittsburgh 3 6 1 .333 186 253
New York 1 8 1 .111 147 316
Atlanta 1 9 0 .100 129 334
Western Conference
Green Bay 8 2 0 .800 246 107
Baltimore 7 3 0 .700 246 159
Los Angeles 6 5 0 .545 220 175
San Francisco 4 4 2 .500 217 ,47
Detroit 4 6 1 .400 173 225
Minnesota 3 6 1 .333 207 199
Chicago 3 5 2 .375 140 176
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Atlanta 27, New York 16
Detroit 20, Baltimore 14
Green Bay 13, Chicago 6 j
Dallas 20, Pittsburgh 7
Los Angeles 21, Minnesota 6
Philadelphia 35, San Francisco 34
Cleveland 14, Washington 3
THURSDAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Detroit
Cleveland at Dallas

SUNDAY'S GAMES
Atlanta atChicago
Green Bay at Minnesota
Los Angeles at Baltimore
New York at Washington
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L T Pet. Pts. Ol
Buffalo 7 3 1 .700 286 210
Boston 5 3 2 .625 215 214
New York 5 4 1 .556 205 182
Houston 3 8 0 .273 271 301
Miamiv. 2 8 0 .200 145 278
Western Division
Kansas City 8 2 1 .800 370 217
Oakland 7 4 0 .636 249 219
San Diego 5 ' 4 1 .556 231 188
Denver 2 8 0 .200 128 291
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
New York 30, Miami 13
Buffalo 42, Houston 20
Boston 27, Kansas City 27 (tie)
Oakland 17, Denver 3
THURSDAY'S GAME
o .Buifalo at Oakland
SUNDAY'S GAMES
San Diego at Denver
Kansas City at New York
Boston at Miami

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