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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tests 'M' Speed

Miller, Hollis Head Versatile Group
In Big 10 Monopoly on Quarterbacks

By DAVE ANDREWS
Based on season records and
performances, the Big Ten must
have the strongest and most ver-
sitle group of quarterbacks in
Conference history.
No less than four, Ron Miller
of. Wisconsin, Wilburn Hollis of
Iowa, Sandy Stephens of Min-
nesota, and Dick Thorton of
Northwestern have already been
mentioned as prime candidates for
All-American honors. Five more
teams boast other field generals
of "better than average" caliber.
This list includes Michigan's
own Dave Glinka, who has been
called by Minnesota Coach Murry
Warmath, "at least as good as
Thornton was when he was a
sophomore."
Maury Gutman and Bernie Allen
have led Purdue to a fine start,
while Michigan State's Duffy
Daugherty sings the praises of his
own Tom Wilson. Ohio State has
come up with their finest running
quarterback in years in Tom
Matte, while Illinois is happy with
little Johnny Easterbrook.

unbeaten Hawks to a number one
national ranking, and threatens
to do even more. In Conference
competition against three , op-
ponents he has gained 227 yards
in 46 trips carrying the ball, and
has thrown for 128 more, ranking
second only to Miller in total of-
fense.
Miller is statistically the best
Wisconsin passer since Jim Ha-
luska was filling the air with pig-
skins. Thus far he has engineered
three victories, come within 52
seconds of piloting a tie with
Iowa, and has baffled everyone
with his aerial wizardry.

ed by the inability of his receivers
to hang onto the ball,
'Mr. Everything'
Stephens, while not among the
leaders in total offense, rushing
or passing, has Minnesota's un-
beaten' record speaking for him.
He's "Mr. Everything" for the
Gophers.
The abundance of quarterbacks
is something of a rarity, as usa
Volleyball Starts
tonight marks the beginning
of the I-M Volleyball season
with a full slate of social fra-
ternity games on tap. This is
just ,another in a long season
of I-l leagues.

"However, our main concern is FLYING TACKLE -- Minnesota tackle Frank Brixius, largest
In moving the ball against them," man on the team at 250 pounds, flies through the air in a
their size, .we'renot going out Gopher drill. During the week, he has been relegated to second
there Saturday to lose." string by 215-pounder Dick Miller."

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winner of the Theta Chi and ZBT1
contest.
After a scoreless first half Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon tallied on a passl
from Bil Kile to end Don Kelber
to defeat Sigma Phi Epsilon 6-0.
SAE's next encounter is with Sig-
ma Nu.
Unplayed Game
Also remaining in first place
"B" social fraternity contention
are Sigma Chi and Phi Sigma
Delta. The two teams did not play
yesterday and will meet in a re-
scheduled tilt.
In second place "B" competi-
tion, Delta Upsilon outpointed
Theta Xi, 14-8. The outstanding
play of the game was a three-way
pass combination that went from
Gayle King to John Scott to Bob
Trepp for Delta Upsilon's first
tally.
Decisive in Chi Psi's 6-0 victory
over Delta Chi was a first half
touchdown scamper by Kent
Strickland. Both this game, and

the Phi Gamma Delta-Delta Sig-
ma Phi contest which was won
20-12 by the "Fijis" were second
place "B" elimination contests.
TDC Romps
Theta Delta Chi swamped Zeta
Psi yesterday in a third place "B"
league match by the score of 32-0.
Dick Parr ran for two TD's and
passed to Paul Osterbeck for an-
other score and Gerry Andeen
threw touchdown passes to Bill
Kelly and Osterbeck.
A long pass from Ron Keller to
Bob Reeves was the only coring
as Trigon eliminated Pi Lambda
Phi in a fourth place "A" League
playoff game.
Instrumental in Sigma Phi's
winning attack over Acacia was
quarterback Chris Jenkins whose
four TD passes were more than
enough to offset an interception
by Bob Riedel as Sigma Phi won
easily'26-8, in a fourth place "A"
league battle.

GRID SELECTIONS
The sixth-ranked Minnesota Gophers face Michigan before a
Homecoming crowd for the traditional Brown Jug. Iowa, ranked
first in the nation takes on powerful Purdue, also in the top ten,
and Ohio State (no. 9) takes on surprising Wisconsin.
Why don't you see if you can pick these games? We dare youl
Pick the winners of the other games as well, include the score
of the Michigan game and send your entries to Grid Picks, Michigan

Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor,
main office on the second floor.
Here are this week's games:

or return them by hand to the

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Minnesota at MICHIGAN
Penn State at Illinois
Michigan State at Indiana
Purdue at Iowa
Northwestern at Notre Dame
Ohio State at Wisconsin
Mississippi at Arkansas
Miami (Fla.) at Auburn
Clemson at Duke
Florida at LSU

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Georgia at Kentucky
Tulane at Georgia Tech
Texas at Rice
SMU at Texas Tech w
Oregon at California
Washington at Oregon State
Nebraska at Colorado
Iowa State at Missouri
Dartmouth at Harvard
Maryland at Wake Forest

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NHL Standings
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Montreal 4 2 2 10 30 23
Chicago N 4 1 16916 6 9
New York 3 4 0 6 19 24
Terot 2 3 22: 19 Stan ford
Boston 02 4 4 12 16 Authorized Renault-Peugeot Dealers
LAST NIGHT'S GAMES SERVICE
Toronto 3, Montreal I
New York 2, Chicago 0 25900 Outer Dr. DU 6-0699
TONIGHT'S GAME: Lincoln Park - Outer Dr. of Fort
Boston at Detroit

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