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GRID SELECTIONS

THE IC IGAN DAILY F 1Aqa Ray o JS
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Select the winners of this week's Grid Picks (if you can) and
include the score of the. Michigan game to break any possible ties,
and hustle, because all entries must be in by midnight tonight
to be eligible~. Forms may be obtained at the Daily office and can
be returned by hand or by sending them to Grid Picks. Michigan
r Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
The person with the most correct answers will win two free
tickets to the Michigan Theater, now showing "Elmer Gantry".
This week's guest selector is Jim Benagh, sports editor of the
Daily last year.
Here are this week's Grid Picks:

1.
2.
3.
4.
S.
8.
7.
8...
9.
10.
11.

Consensus Picks in Caps
MICHIGAN at MSU
West Virginia at ILLINOIS
Indiana at MINNESOTA
IOWA at Northwestern
Marquette ,at WISCONSIN
Purdue at. NOTRE DAME
Southern California at
OHIO STATEI
SYRACUSE at Kansas
IOWA STATE at Nebraska
ARMY at California
Navy at WASHINGTON

(Consensus - 14-6---.700)i

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
1'7.
18.

COLUMBIA at Princeton
MISSOURI at Penn State
PENN at Dartmouth
GEORGIA TECH at Plorida
DUKE at Maryland
VPI at CLEMSON
Virginia at NORTH
CAROLINA STATE

ByBINMaLWY I tStine and Hloutman are the
With "D" day only 24 hours only .two Michigan forwards who
away the Wolverines are in. bet- 1are in the same'weight class with
ter health than any time this sea- testate defensive line, and much
song' of thie burden for moving these
Head coach Bump Elliott hasbh emoths will fall on their
all his regulars fit who saw ac- ;Jshoulders.
tion against Oregon. The rest of Mo;lre than 76,000 fans will be'
the 38 man traveling squad is al-3 on hand Saturday in Spartan Sta-
so in good health, dium, marking the 13th consocu-
Senior ends Bob Johnson and tive sellout game between the two
John Halstead have both recover- teams,. h last time the two
ed from injuries and took full part teamsme in East Lansing, in
in yesterday's workout, which was 1958, they played a hard-fought
devoted primarily to polishing the 12-12 tie'
offense.r Pract ise Notes
Johnson suffered a bruised hip The Wolverines will leave forI
in the Oregon game and Halstead East Lansing by bus this after-
has been ailing with a knee in- noon at 3:30, after staging a light
fection, workouiTn;t <at 1:30 in game uniform s.
Interior line coach Jack Fouts Ye'sterday,'s practice on Ferry'
says his two biggrcest tackles BillFilwa barred to everyone not
Stine (235) and John Houtman psesn a special practice pass.
(235) are still feeling the effects Elliott h~ad the defensive team
of minor injuries but will be able outfitted in green jerseys for yes-
to play at East Lansing, terday's practice as the club ran
Ston ha bee hapere byoffensive pat ternis,
6ton ha bee hapere by Saturday Elliott will be looking
a recurring leg injury and, Hout- for his first win over Michigan
man by a bruised shoulder. Mtate as Michigan's head coach.
Last year Duffy Dougherty's men
' i ia nded the Wolverines a 34-8
Gjrri.Tickets elakrg

19. Stanford at AIR FORCE
ACADEMY
20. PITTSBURGH at Oklahoma

r SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
MIKE GILLMAN (Associate Sports Editor, 15-5-.750) - Michi-
gan, Illinois, Minnesota, Northwestern, Wiscomin, NotreDame, Ohio
State, Kansas, Iowa State, Army, Navy, Columbia, Missouri, Penn,
Duke, Georgia Tech, Clemson, North Carolina. State, Air Force,
:Pittsburgh.
TOM WITECKI (Sports editor, 14-6-.700) - Michigan, Illinois,
Minnesota, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio State, Syracuse,
Iowa State, California, Washington, Columbia, Missouri, Penn,
Duke, Georgia Tech, Clemson, North Carolina State, Air Force,
Pittsburgh.
FRED STEINHARDT (14-6-.70o) - MSU, Illinois, Minnesota,
Iowa,, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Syracuse, Iowa State,
Army, Washington, Columbia, Missouri, Penn, Duke, Georgia Tech,
Clemson, North Carolina State, Air Force, Pittsburgh.
DAVE ANDREWS (13-7-.650) -- MSU, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa,
Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio State, Syracuse, Nebraska, Army, Washing-
ton, Columbia, Missouri, Penn, Duke, Georgia Tech, Clemson, North
Carolina State, Air Force, Pittsburgh.
GARY GUSSIN (13-7-650)~ - Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio State, Syracuse, Nebraska, Army, Washing-
ton, Columbia, Missouri, Penn, Duke, Georgia Tech, Clemson, Virginia,
Air Force, Oklahoma,
2 ~ CLIFF MARKS (13-7--.650) - Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Syracuse, Nebraska, California,
Washington, Princeton, Penn State, Penn, Duke, Georgia Tech,
Clemson, North Carolina State, Stanford, Pittsburgh.
BOB ROMANOFF (13-7-.650) - Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota,
Northwestern, Wisconsin, tie, Ohio State, Syracuse, Iowa State, Army,
Washington, Princeton, Missouri, Dartmouth, Duke, Georgia Tech,
Clemson, North Carolina State, Air Force, Pittsburgh.
HAL APPLEBAUM (Associate sports editor, 12-8-.600) -- Michi-
gan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Notre Dame,' Ohio State,
Kansas, Iowa State, California, Navy, Columbia, Missouri, Penn, Duke,
Georgia Tech, Clemson, North Carolina State, Air Force, Pittsburgh.
BRIAN MacCLOWRY (12-8--.600) - MSU, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Syracuse, Nebraska, Army,
Washington, Columbia, Penn State, Penn, Duke, Georgia Tech,
Clemson, North Carolina State, Air Force, Pittsburgh,
JIM BENAGH (Guest Selector, 14-6-.700) -- Michigan, Illinois,
Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio State, Kansas, Iowa State,
Army, Washington, Columbia, Missouri, Penn, Duke, Georgia Tech:,
Clemson, North Carolina State, Air Force, Oklahoma.

SIGNING UP - Four of the top swmmers in the Michigan Girls Speed Swim Club, (left to
right) Sperry Jones, Eileen Murphy, Susan Rogers, and Joan Spillane, sign up at last night's
meeting wth student manager Barbara Estes (behind desk). All four girls are national titleholders,
headted by Olympic Gold Medal Winner Spillane, also a world record holder im the 400 meter free-
style relay.
TNEW 'M' TEAM:
Girl Stars Head Swm Club

BILL STINE.
..0 ready to go

By CLIFF MARKS
Michigan's new Girls Speed
Swimming Club "dived off the
board" last night with their first
meeting attended by more than 20
tankers interested in becoming
top swimmers under the guidance
of Mrs. Rosemary (Mann) Daw-
son.
Mrs. Dawson is the Club's fac-
ulty advisor and wife of Btuck
Dawson, team manager. She also
is the daughter of Matt Mann, the
former Michigan (for 30 years)
and Olympic Coach, who serves as
advisory coach.
Actually, quite a few of the girls
already have made their mark na-
tionally, and locally, so will prob-
ably not need much introduction
to the water.
They include Joan Spillane, a
freshman from Houston, Tex. who
won an Olympic Gold Medal this
year at Rome, in addition to being
a world record holder; Sue Rog-
ers, also a frosh, from Ashburn-
ham, Mass., who holds the Amer'-
ican record for both the 100 and
250 yard breaststroke; Sperry
Jones, a Junior, and National
Junior Crawl Champion from Ok-
lahoma City; Pat 'Trimmer, soph-
omore, former AAU All American
long distance swimmner fromn
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Eileen Murphy,

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another soph, the National Junior
Backstroke Champion from New,
London, Conn., and a third place1
finisher in last year's Nationals;
and Karen Ryan, a National1
Junior Long Distance and Med-
ley Relay titleholder from Ann Ar-
bor.1
Miss Ryan parlayed the old1
story of "local girl makes good"R
into a diving championship last
Sunday in the South Eastern
Michigan Open AAU Diving meet
for women in Warren,. She edged
out the runner-up by a fraction
of a point plus 16 other girls en-A
tered from nine Detroit areas.
There are two more girls witha
local titles; Junior Sharon C raw-;
ford, from Park Ridge, Ill., is a
former Michigan State AAU Sprint
champion and daughter of Tom-
my Ivan, former hockey coach of
the Detroit Red Wings; and the
other top swimmer is Nancy
Wager, a Toledo freshman who
won the Ohio State AAU free-
style event..
Miss Spillane, who led off the!
championship 400 meter freestyle
relay team in Rome, actually'
came closer on her 100 meter leg
to Australia's Dawn Fraser than
did Miss Von Saltza in takinir sec-
ond in the 100 meter freestyle
event.
"Big Names"
Although the club is well
sprinkled with the "big names,"
Mrs. Dawson encouraged all girls!
with an interest in competitive
swimming and/or diving to come
to future meetings. "There's room
fos everyone who wants to try,"
she said,
Barbara Estes, WAA representa-
Rugby Club
Opens 3Year
The Ann Arbor Rugby Club
open their season next weekend
with two games against Canadian
opponents.
,October 8 they take on Guelph
while Sunday's game is with St.
Catherine's of Ontario.
Last year, in only their second
year of existence, the team made
a four game tour of the West
Coast, along with meeting some
of the finest teams in the country
at Wines Field.
Froncie Gutman, the team's
president, and former All Big Ten
quarterback from Purdue, asks
that anyone interested in joining#
the club contact him at NO 3-0376,
or report to the team's practice,
3:30 today at Almintinger Park,
The Park is located on Pauline
Street.
Incidently, new recruits do not
have to have football scholarship~s
to try out,

tive and student manager empha-
sized that all girls are welcome to{
the Club regardless of skill,
After a short business meeting
last night, some of tne girls went
in for a "dip"' in what was prob-
ably the last easy sw im of the year3
for them. An all-campus meet is
being planned for sometime ini
October, so the girls have to start'
getting ready,
Dawson (Buck) thinks that the
record holders will be se tting a
new mark every time they climb
into the water. He, along with his
wife, and the girls, are looing
forward to a big year foi the uni-
versity of Michigan Girls "Speed,"
Swimminag Club,
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