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By DAVE ANDREW
In the wake of last Friday's
ragged scrimmage, Michigan's
football team pounded through a
grueling two and a half hour
workout in preparation for Satur-
day's opening encounter with
powerful Oregon.
The Ducks, easy 33-6 winners
over Idaho last Saturday, and last
year's 11th ranked team, come
Tennis Tryouts
Tennis Coach Bill Murphy
announces that freshmen ten-
nis tryouts will be held on the
varsity courts from 4 to 6 p.m.
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays. He asks that all Fresh-
men tennis players report.
to Ann Arbor with a big, fast and
experienced team, and Wolverine
Coach Chalmers "Bump" Elliott
expects plenty of trouble.
Scouted Oregon
Michigan this afternoon had the
benefit of a scouting report from
Saturday's game, but the advan-
tage gained by such a report may
well be lost in, the fact that
Oregon will have the first game
r jitters out of their system. But
regardless of that, Quarterback,
Dave Gross, the best at Oregon
since Norm Van Brocklin, and 5'
3%" scatback Cleveland Jones
lead the Ducks and can be counted
on to give the Wolverines some
anxious moments.
With only a couple of days left
to ready the squad for the Ducks,
Elliott sent the team through a
short defensive scrimmage against
Oregon's split-T offense, and then
worked on polishing his offense
in a dummy scrimmage.,
John Halstead, one of last years
Trak Sta
Reports Late
One Michigan athlete will be a
little late in starting his classes
this fall as he is a member of the
Eastern Canada Junior champion-
ship lacrosse team.
Bryan Gibson, senior letterman
for the Wolverine track squad, is
playing with the Ontario lacrosse
team that earlier this month cop-
ped the eastern title and is now
playing for the national crown.
The finals for the Canadian
national championship are being
held at New Westminster, British
Columbia (near Vancouver), and
at last report, the best-of-seven
series was tied 1-1. Gibson plans.
to be back in Ann Arbor late this
week.

starting ends, dressed for practice
yesterday for the first time since
the opening practices. He had
been out with a knee infection.
However, because of the long lay-
off, it is still doubtful whether or
not he will see any action Satur-
day except possibly in a place-
kicking role.
Other than Halstead and the
usual number of bumps and
bruises following a heavy scrim-
mage, Michigan's physical condi-
tion as a squad is good, and bar-
ring any late injuries, the Wol-
verines should be near full
strength for the opener.
Elliot was plainly disappointed
with the dreary performance the
Michigan gridders put on Friday
in what will be the last full-dress
scrimmage before the Oregon con-
test.
Although the regulars triumph-
ed over the reserves, 37-13, Elliot
termed the workout "thoroughly
unsatisfactory."
"We'll have to improve a lot
before next week," he added.

BACK IN ACTION-Michigan's football fortunes took a turn for
the better yesterday with the return to action of letterman end
John Halstead. Halstead, who had not dressed for drills since the
opening days of practice, will probably see only limited action in
the Oregon game this Saturday.

CONFERENCE ROUNDUP:

Big Ten Clubs Prepare For Openers

by The Associated Fres
EAST LANSING-Coach Duffy
Daugherty started a regime of
rest for the weary at the Michigan
State football camp yesterday.
The top three units were spared
from contact and ran against
dummies, polishing plays, in the
afternoon practice.
s
COLUMBUS - Ohio State's
Bucke$es yesterday began pre-
parations for their 1960 debut
with Southern Methodist Univer-
sity this Saturday.
The only absentee of any conse-
quence at the -Bucks' workout to-
day was sophomore end Bob Mid-
dleton, who has been out with
an injured knee. It's hoped he will
be able to resume work by mid-
week and be able to play Satur-
day.
IOWA CITY-Iowa polished its
football offensive and defense in
a two-hour workout yesterday.
The Hawkeyes, preparing for
Saturday's season-opening game
here with once victorious Oregon
State stressed the defense in a
scrimmage.
* * *
BLOOMINTON-Indiana bore
down on defense against the Illi-
nois offense yesterday as Coach
Phil Dickens sought to cure faulty
timing displayed in Saturday's
game scrimmage.
LAFAYETIT,-Concentrated de-
fensive tactics in preparation for
the UCLA game highlighted the
Purdue workout yesterday and
aerial coverage was stressed.
Coach Jack Mollenkopf's wor-
ries were increased when sopho-
mores Walter Zing, quarterback,
and Roy Walker, fullback, and
junior guard Robert Foster were
ruled definitely out for the UCLA
opener because of injuries. The
No. 1 left end, Jack Elwell, is
listed as a doubtful entry due to
a sprained ankle.
- -
MINNEAPOLIS-Minnesota bore
down on its ground game yester-
day in search of offensive power
to shoot at Texas-conquering Ne-
braska.
Out the Gophers' No. 1 back-
field ran without one of its hardest
sockers, fullback Roger Hagberg.
An ear infection held Hagberg out

of today's workout but is expected
to clear up in time for Saturday's
invasion of Nebraska. Hagberg was
replaced by Tom Robbins.
* * *
1EVANSTON - Northwestern
stressed ball handling in an anti-
fumble drill yesterday as the Wild-
cats opened their final week of
practice before the first game of
the season Saturday against Okla-
homa at Norman, Okla,
* ' *
CHAMPAIGN - Pat Lennon,
varsity left guard on the Univer-
sity of Illinois football squad, was

back in action yesterday after a
layoff caused by a sprained ankle.
But two Illini standouts were
on the sidelines as Coach Pete
Elliott polished defense against
the single wing offense used by
Indiana, first opponent of the
Illini.
* * *
MADISON-The first two units
of the Wisconsin football squad
yesterday held a no-contact drill
as the fourth string and freshmen
ran through plays used by Stan-
ford, the Badgers' opponent Sat-
urday.

GRID SELECTIONS
Big Ten football is only a few days away so once again the
Michigan Daily sports staff gives you a chance to match wits with
them, the "experts".
The Grid Picks contest will be run weekly, with the prize
being two free tickets to the Michigan Theater, which is now
showing "The Time Machine."
To win, all you have to do is select as many winners as you
can out of the top twenty football games of the week. All tie games,
however, will be counted as losses unless otherwise designated on
the entry blank. In addition, the score of the Michigan game must
be supplied to determine the winner in case of ties.
Entry blanks may be picked up at the Daily office and must
be returned by midnight, Friday, to be eligible. These entries may
be mailed to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann
Arbor, Mich. or returned by hand to the main office on the second
floor.
Here are this week's grid picks

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Oregon at Michigan (score)
Indiana at Illinois
Oregon State at Iowa
UCLA at Purdue
Minnesota at Nebraska
Michigan State at Pittsburgh
Northwestern at Oklahoma
SMU at Ohio State
Wisconsin at Stanford
Mississippi at Kentucky

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TCU at Southern California
Georgia Tech at Rice
California at Notre Dame
Texas at Maryland
Tennessee at Auburn
Holy Cross at Harvard
Colorado at Baylor
Georgia at Vanderbilt
Kansas at Kaansa State
Duke at South Carolina

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