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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

du gan quadMakes Few 'Mistakes'

Unbeaten Missouri Pushes Leaders

By CLIFF MARKS
z Michigan Captain Gerry
intercepted a Michigan
ass deep in Wolverine ter-
with only a few minutes
the game and the score
looked like the "break"
an needed to tie, or win
te.
could this actually be
a "break?" Didn't Smith
a fine, alert defensive
making the "break" for
an? Coach Bump Elliott
red that this was the case,

but added, Daugherty (Duffy
Daugherty, MSU's coach) probab-
ly considered it a "mistake" by
his passer.
Generally, recovered fumbles
and pass interceptions are con-
sidered "breaks" for the team that
took over the ball, when in reality
they are "mistakes" by the op-
ponents.
As Elliott said, the situation dic-
tates whether the recovery or in-
terception is actually a 'break.'
"If a pass is batted up in the air,
among a host of players, and in-

GRID SELECTIONS
This is the last day to get your Grid Picks in, so decide the
ner of the Tougaloo-Philander Smith game, with score, the same
Michigan-Northwestern, and get them in by midnight tonight.
winners get a pair of free tickets to the Michigan Theater, now
wing "I'm All Right, Jack."
Entries may be picked up at the main office and returned by
id or mailed to Grid Picks, Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann
or.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Consensus Picks in Caps (CONSENSUS--38-22-.633)

Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Wisconsin at IOWA
Marquette at INDIANA
Illinois at MINNESOTA
MICHIGAN ST. at N. Dame
OHIO STATE at Purdue
ARMY at Nebrtska
Oklahoma at KANSAS
Penn State at SYRACUSE
Air Force at NAVY

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Arkansas at TEXAS
ALABAMA at Tennessee
North Carolina St. at DUKE
UCLA at WASHINGTON
CLEMSON at Maryland'
Wake Forest at N. CAROLINA
Colorado at IOWA STATE
TCU at Texas A & M
Holy Cross at DARTMOUTH
Tougaloo at PH. SMITH

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
DAVE ANDREWS (41-19--.683)-Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, Min-
ota, Michigan State, Ohio State, Nebraska, Kansas, Syracuse,
7y, Texas, Alabama, Duke, Washington, Clemson, North Carolina,1
a State, TCU, Holy Cross, Philander Smith.
TOM WITECKI (Sports Editor, 40-20--.667)--Michigan, Iowa,
lana, Minnesota, Michigan State, Ohio State, Army, Kansas, Syra-
e, Navy, Texas, Tennessee, Duke, Washington, Clemson, North
olina, Iowa State, TCU, Holy Cross, Philander Smith.
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MIKE GIJLMAN (Associate Sports Editor, 40-20-.667)-Michi-
, Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan State, Ohio State,. Army,
nsas, Syracuse, Navy, Texas, Alabama, Duke, Washington, Clem-
North Carolina, Iowa State, Texas A & M, Holy Cross, Philander
Ith.
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FRED STEINHARDT (38-22-.633)-Michigan, Iowa, Indiana,
inesota, Michigan State, Ohio State, Army, Kansas, Syracuse, Navy,
:a, Alabama, Duke, Washington, Clemson, North Carolina, Iowa
te, TCU, Dartmouth, Philander Smith.
DON WEIR (Guest Selector 38-22-.633)--Michigan, Iowa, In-
na, Minnesota, Michigan State, Ohio State, Army, Oklahoma,
in State, Navy, Texas, Tennessee, North Carolina State, Washing-
, Clemson, North Carolina, Colorado, TCU, Dartmouth, Philander
1th. -
BOB ROMANOFF (36-24--.600) -Michigan, Iowa, Marquette,
anesota, Michigan State, Ohio State, Army, Kansas, Syracuse,
vy, Texas, Tennessee, Duke, Washington, Clemson, North Caro-
, Iowa State, TCU, Dartmouth, Philander Smith.
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HAL APPLEBAUM (Associate Sports Editor, 35-25--.583) --
bhigan, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan State, Ohio State, Army,
nsas, Syracuse, Air Force, Texas, Alabama, North Carolina State,
LA, Clemson, North Carolina, Iowa State, TCU, Dartmouth,
lander Smith.
GARY GUSSIN (35-25--.583)-Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, Minne-
a, Michigan State, Ohio State, Army, Kansas, Syracuse, Navy,
as, Alabama, Duke, UCLA, Clemson, North Carolina, Iowa State,
U, Dartmouth, Philander Smith.
BRIAN MacCLOWRY (35-25-.583)-Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, l-
is, Michigan State, Purdue, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Syracuse, Air
ce, Texas, Tennessee, Duke, Washington, Clemson, Wake Forest,
orado, Texas A & M, Dartmouth, Philander Smith.
CLIFF MARKS (34-26-.567)-Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, Min-
ota, Michigan State, Ohio State, Army, Kansas, Penn State, Navy,
:as, Alabama, Duke, Washington, Clemson, North Carolina, Iowa
te, TCU, Holy Cross, Philander Smith.

tercepted, then I would call that
a real 'break," said Elliott, "but
if the end broke to the right, and
the passer threw to the left into
the arms of a defender, then that's
a 'mistake' on someone's part."
"The same goes for a recover-
ed fumble," he went on. "If a run-
ner is hit hard in a pileup and the
ball squirts loose on the ground,
anyone could get it. That's a
'break.' However, if a runner
shakes loose into an open field,
and is hit from behind hard
enough to cause him to drop the
ball, that is a mistake." "Why?
Chances are he wasn't carrying
the ball right to protect it."
Whether these instances be
termed "breaks" or "mistakes,"
Michigan has made very few of
them this year, having given up
the ball only three tihes, on two
fumbles and an interception.
'M' Opportunists
On the other hand, the Wol-
verines have stolen five, enemy
passes, and dropped on three fum-
bles, thus showing a decided edge
in the matter of "change of
hands."
An area which the Wolverines
have not shown a lack in is pen-
alties, which Elliott calls "a bad
mistake." The Maize and Blue
have incurred 20 of those 'mis-
takes' for a total of 185 yards.
Those type mistakes have al-
ready proved costly to Michigan
as witness two offside penalties in
the last minute of the State game
which could have prevented a
tying Wolverine TD.
'Not Those Mistakes'
"It wasn't those kind of mis-
takes that lost it for us at East
Lansing," said Elliott, "it was
mental mistakes".
He cited examples of his line
backers over-shifting on defense
and not being in position to stop
MSU's fullback Carl Charon, who
ran wild up the middle.
Elliott also mentioned Reid
Bushong's punt that barely rolled
into the end zone as a "break
of the game." "Instead of them
having the ball on their one-yard
line, they took it on the 20," he
said.
"Saturday's game with North-
western will be decided by a com-
bination of "breaks" and "mis-
takes," said Elliott, "with the
team that can capitalize on the
other's miscues coming out on
top. If we give up the ball, es-
pecially deep in our territory,
Northwestern is the type of explo-
sive team that can beat our ears
off."'
Sig Chi Wins
Cross Country
Social Iraternities
Sigma Ci 33 (Al Pierrot 6th,
Tom Bredt 13th, Dick Froncak
14th), Alpha sigma Phi 35, Trgon
40. Individual winner: Al Stenger of
Phi Gamma Delta in 10:23.6. 120
men from 31 houses competed.
Residence Halls
Hinsdale 22 (Ralph Plott 2nd, An-
dy Andres 3rd, Phil Townsend 17th),
Anderson 27, Reeves 32. All-cam-
pus champ: Ulrich Klopper of An-
derson in 10:17.4. 80 men from 17
residence halls competed.
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By JIM BERGER
In professional fraternity action
yesterday afternoon Nu Sigma Nu
set the pace with a 30-0 romp
over Delta Theta Phi, sparked by
their quarterback Roger Netzer.
Netzer passed to Pete Colwell
for the first tally, in the first half,
and to Tom Hudak and again to
Colwell in the second half. The
other two touchdowns were scored
by Netzer and Tom Southwell on
intercepted passes,
In other pro fraternity action
Psi Omega upset Phi Alpha Kappa
14-8 in a real thriller. Phi Delta
Phi defeated the Law Club 14-0,
Gamma Alpha edged by Phi Chi
6-0, Phi Rho Sigma stopped Alpha
Kappa Psi 14-8, PEK easily won
over Delta Sigma Delta 22-0, the
Falcons routed Delta Sigma Pi
50-0, and Alpha Chi Sigma de-
feated Phi Delta Epsilon by forfeit.
In social fraternity "B" action
Zeta Beta Tau squeaked by The-
ta Xi 2-0 by virtue of a safety
on the- opening kickoff. Both
teams went into the game unde-
feated and unscoredhupon.mIn oth-
er "B" contests Phi Sigma Delta
ran over Phi Kappa Tau, 28-12,
Delta Upsilon beat Theta Delta
Chi, 14-6, Delta Tau Delta was
stopped by Zeta Psi, 20-14, Sigma
Chi slaughtered Tau Delta Phi,
38-0, and Kappa Sigma won over
Alpha Sigma Phi by forfeit.
In independent action yester-

day the Foresters beat the Zips, homecomingy -
14-8 and 526 Club stopped the Good Defense
Muskrats, 12-0. Before the Air Force game De-
In 'A' action Wednesday Psi vine called Cadet quarterback
Upsilon topped ,Delta Chi, 20-0, Rich Mayo the best passer in the
Phi Delta Theta edged Delta, Up- nation, and didn't give his club
silon, 9-8, and Sigma Chi won much of a chance. What Devine
over Phi Kappa by forfeit. didn't talk about was the three
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RETURNING-Fullback Ken Tureaud, here being tackled by
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Nu Sigma Nu Romps 30-0
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Oct. 15 at 10:00 A.M. in the 3rd Floor Conference Room at th.
Union. Dr. Cutler is making an all-out effort to unseat the status
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