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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEP

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HALLS COMPETEM;'~~~
outsDominateI-M Football Action GRID SE L EC TIC
Y BURKE
TOMMEN place at Wines field, Williams McMillan to score the other TD. sax Big Ten stock rose considerably this past w
he 49th year of defeated Wenley's smooth-rolling McMillan passed to Dick Browne conference teams took their opening games. Two t
ball yesterday sa passing game in the final minute for the tWo-pointer. and the only loss was absorbed in an intra-c
residence hall of play. A pass to Hank Dunbar After a scoreless first half in suspended Indiana.
inst each other the Taylor-Huber game, Taylor This week, the boys play for keeps, and th
er G r dcaught fire at the second-half traditional Michigan-Michigan State game. Whil
eriio witomb erg- led. Good Game, Dad kick-off, scoring a touchdownin 7,Y "
sion with a 34-0 ,ksntrouncing Oregon, Pittsburgh held the seventh;
mne. Charlie Byer- Not so many fans at last Sat- four plays, Jay Cohen catching the title co-favorites to a 7-7 tie. Do you think the
iberg offense, as- urday's game realized what scoring pass. Taylor stretched 1the speed to offset the massive MSU line? Or
rly by John Mar- pressure Bennie McRae was their shutout over Huber to an show what earned them such a high rating?
Rusty Bader who playing under. The quick-foot- 18-0 margin by scoring the onlyec
ed halfback from Newport other touchdowns of the game. 4 Select the winner, include the score, an de
News, Va., got a telegram Fri- In the afternoon "B" gamesa, r of the other nineteen games on this week's list,s
Victorious day night while watchinggame Chicago defeated Straussg16-0. will be the winner of two free tickets to the Michi
noon "A" games, movies with his teammates in- The defending "B" champs, Kel- ' , m'Mshowing "Carry On Nurse".
ed Anderson, 22 forming him that his wife had sey, began the defense of their Last week's winner was Virginia McVean, 160
n stood out for just given birth to a baby girl title with a 15 to 8 victory over with 16 right.
g 20 of his team's -both doing well, Huber. The victory came in an -.Entry blanks may be obtained at the Daily of
ther 22-0 victory,g Wl_ ms__ry__n overtime playoff. 2 + returned by hand to the main office on the secon
ed Lloyd, due to Wenley moved freely over .- ' t RDPCS ihgnDiy 2 anr
Soffensive man- gave Williams a victory in its Reeves, scoring a 20 to 0 victory. nr uto RbePCK, icbhinDaymidnihtMtoyenard
first "A" game of the season, 12 In another 20 to0 game, Hayden Entries must be in by Friday midnight to be elig
ted Strauss, 8 to to 8. torpedoed Van Tyne. Cooley, in _ Here are this week's Grid Picks:

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1. MICHIGAN at Michigan
State (score)
2. West Virgina at Illinois
3. Indiana at Minnesota
4. Iowa at Northwestern
5. Marquette at Wisconsin
6. Purdue at Notre Dame
7. Southern California at Ohi
State
8. Syracuse at Kansas
9. Iowa St. at Nebraska

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13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Army at California
Navy at Washington
Columbia at Princeton
Missouri at Penn State
Penn at Dartmouth
Duke at Maryland
Georgia Tech at Florida
VPI at Clemson
Virginia at N. Carolina St.
Stanford at Air Force
Pittsburgh at Oklahoma

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NOT QUITE .- Michigan right end George Mans' (82) effort to catch Dave Glinka's pass labeled
touchdown went for naught, as another Dave, Grayson of Oregon (30), managed to deflect the
pass just out of reach. Although Mans failed to score on this drive, he caught his first touchdown
pass as a Wolverine ni the fourth quarter for Michigan's final touchdown in route to a 21-0
victory.
Mans Proves He Can Pla Offense;
But He'll Be Used Mainly on Defense

BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Thornton Tears Muscle;
May be Out Two Weeks

By DAVE ANDREWS
Relegated to a defensive spot
with last year's "raiders" and
expected to play much the same
role this season, junior flanker
George Mans was pressed into ex-
tensive offensive service against
Oregon when senior Bob Johnson
suffered a hip bruise, and re-
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sponded with his finest game as a
Wolverine.
Previously Mans had caught
only one pass, that a year ago
from John Stamos against Mis-
souri. Saturday, in slightly more
than three quarters he hauled in
four for 65 yards and his first
Michigan touchdown. He also
flopped on the lone Webfoot fum-
ble, and ran back a kickoff during
his busy afternoon.
However for a while It looked
like an afternoon of frustration
for the likeable 208-pounder from
Trenton.
His first catch, a first-period
36-yarder again from Stamos, was
nullified by a Michigan penalty
and his second, an apparent 60-
yard touchdown strike from Glin-
ka, was called back to the Oregon
29 where it was ruled he had
stepped out of bounds.
Talking about the play yester-
day, he said, "I knew I had step-
ped on the line, but I was hoping,
so I kept running anyway."

This type of play exemplifies the
kind of spirit and attitude Mans
has acquired. The Wolverine
coaching staff regards him as a
hustler. Coach Bump Elliott said
"We were very pleased with his
performance against Oregon;
George works hard and has de-
veloped into a fine ballplayer."
Against Michigan State this
week, he will probably run with
the alternate unit again as John-
son will take over his starting
position again, which means he
will see more defensive than of-
fensive action. But to George this
doesn't mean too much. He just
wants to play football.
PRACTICE NOTES-
Yesterday's workout was limited
to light drills and a short offen-
sive session, as the Wolverines
knocked off early to review movies
of their 21-0 win over Oregon and
to hear the scouting reports on
Michigan State.

By The Associated Press
EVANSTON -- Northwestern
quarterback Dick Thornton may
be sidelined two weeks with a
torn muscle in his left thigh,
Wildcat trainer Tom Healion, said
yesterday.
Thornton is ruled out of North-
western's opening Big Ten game
Saturday with Iowa, Coach Ara
Parseghian said. "It would be a
miracle if he could make it," he
added.
"We'll have to use Bob Eickhoff
or sophomore Fred Quinn in his
place."
In Northwestern's first con-
ference game last year at Iowa,
Thornton broke his ankle return-
ing the opening kickoff and was
out for the season.
He suffered a charley horse in
scrimmage nearly two weeks ago
and missed several days of prac-
tice prior to Northwestern's sea-
son opener at Oklahoma Satur-
day.
But the All-America candidate
played most of the game, steer-
ing the Wildcats to a 19-3 vic-
tory. When the team returned
home, Thonrton was taken to
Evanston Hospital. He will red
main there several more days.
There is internal bleeding around
the muscle,
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EAST LANSING-The Michi-
gan State football staff was busy
reviewing movies over the week-
end.
Coaches studied films of the7-7
tie with Pittsburgh to determine
just why the Spartans couldn't
push iri for a second touchdown.

They also looked at a movie of
the 21-0 Michigan defeat of Ore-'
gon for a line on. what to expect
this Saturday.
Defensive line coach Burt
Smith, Who scouted the Michigan
opener, reported the Wolves
"much, much better."
Leroy Loudermilk, No. 2 offen-
sive quarterback, meanwhile fail-
ed to report for yesterday's prac-
tice. Coaches said they had no
idea where he was and had no
explanation for his absence.
"If he misses two practices in
a row, he's off the squad. That's
our rule," said Daugherty.
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CHAMPAIGN - Fullback Jim
Brown and end Ernie McMillan
yesterday returned to Illinois
football practices earlier than ex-
pected.
Coach Pete Elliott thought they
would be sidelined longer with in-
Juries and would possibly be with-
held from the West Virginia game
Saturday. But now they will be
used.
MVississippi
Holds Lead
By The Associated Press
Mississippi clung to a narrow
margin over Syracuse yesterday in
their tight two-team battle for
the No. 1 position in the Associat-
ed Press' Weekly College Football
Poll.
The top teams with first place
votes and season records in paren-
theses (points based on a 10-9-8-
7, etc., order) :
1. Mississippi (22) (2-0) 426
2. Syracuse (20) (1-0). 414
3. washington (5) (2-0) 53
4. Illinois (1-0) 235
5. Kansas (2-0) 205
6. Northwestern (1) (1-0) 188
7. Clemson (1-0) 137-
S. Iowa (1-0) 87
9. Ohio State (1-0) 61
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