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r Wisconsin Att

deadly sophomore
on of Ron Miller
r will probably be
ern of Michigan's
which presently is
g Ten in pass de-
row's game at Wis-

product wasn't even listed on Wis-
consin's pre-season roster, but un-
fortuately for opposing pass de-
fenders he showed up at the last
minute.
Miller is currently leading the,
Big Ten in total offense with 548
yards gained of which 482 have
come as the result of 36 pass
completions in 70 attempts. One
of his five touchdown tosses have
come in Conference play.,
Thus far this year, in five

6', 190-pounds is 21 and
nore by virtue of the fact
s better at passing foot-
an courses. The Illinois

* . .Richter
ck Weapon
games including two non-Confer-
ence ones, he has completed 61
of 114 for 867 yards which is 83
yards more than the Badgers
gained through the air last year
in nine games.
Jack Fouts, who scouted the
Wisconsin-OSU game last week
for Michigan had high praise for
Miller. He said that, "Miller is
not a picture passer, but he stands
in the pocket and takes his time
in passing."r
Beside for his passing ability
he's an added threat, continued
Fouts, since "he's willing to run,
unlike many quarterbacks, and
he's not afraid of getting hit,"
Best on Option Play
In Wisconsin's 34-7 loss to OSU,
Miller was only "75 per cent ef-
fective" according to Coach Milt
Bruhn due to a leg injury in the
Iowa game which prevented him
from running the option play,
which is his strong point. He still
completed 13 passes for 154
yards. He is expected to be in
top condition for Michigan. k
Richter, who is 19 and is a
6'5", 229-pound end has been
Miller's favorite target this year.
The rangy giant who Fouts called,,
"one of the real great ends," re-
minds him of ex-Wolverine. star,
Ron Kramer. "Although inexperi-
enced," Fouts continued, "he
catches anything close and has
good speed to go after the tough
ones."
Thus far this season. Richter
has caught 25 passes, which is as
many as any Badger has caughtf
in an entire season, for 326 yards
and one TD. He is leading the
big Ten in pass receiving.
Tackle on Defense
He is the team's number two
punter behind Big Ten leader,
Jim Bakken and one defense he
moves over to left tackle where
according to Fouts, "he is good
at shedding blockers."
Among Richter's other sporting
talents is his basketball prowess.
In fact he is at Wisconsin on a
basketball scholarship. He is al-
so quite a baseball player.
Who will wir. the duel between
the Big Ten's top passing combi-
nation and top pass defenders?-
Tomorrow night we'll know the
answer, and or. that answer could
hinge victory for Michigan orj
Wisconsin.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
GRID SELECTIONS
It's Friday again and the last day to get your Grid Picks ix).
Conference teams of the Big Ten, Big Eight, Southeastern, and
Pacific Coast divisions- clash head on in the week that might decide
who goes to the Bowl games.
Pick the winners of these games as best you can, include the
score of the Michigan game to break any possible ties, and send your n
entries to Frid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann
Arbor, or return them by hand to the main office on the second floor.
Entries may be picked up at The Daily office and must be in
by midnight tonight to be eligible. The person with the most winners
will win two free tickets to the Michigan Theatre, now showing
"Desire in the Dust."
This week's guest selector is George Wilson, head coach of the
Detroit Lions.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
CONSENSUS PICKS IN CAPS (Consensu.-42-38-.620)

1. MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
2. OHIO STATE at Mich. State
3. Illinois at PURDUE
4. NORTHWESTERN at Indiana
5. Kansas at IOWA
6. Kansas State at MINNESOTA
7. Oklahoma at COLORADO t
8. MISSOURI at Nebraska
9. BAYLOR at Texas Christian
10. Oregon at WASHINGTON

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

N. Carolina at TENNESSEE
La. State at MISSISSIPPI
ALABAMA at Mississippi State
Georgia Tech at DUCE
KENTUCKY at Florida State
Auburn at FLORIDA
Notre Dame at NAVY
CORNELL at Columbia
Penn at HARVARD
Pittsburgh at SYRACUSE

FAVORITE TARGET-Wisconsin's Pat Richter forms the re-
celving halt of the Big Ten's top passing combination. He leads
the Conference in pass receptions while his teammate Ron Miller
is the top passer. The sophomore sensation has caught 25 passes,
which is as many as any Badger has in an entire season.E

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
DAVE ANDREWS (66-34-.640): Michigan, Michigan State, Pur-
,due, Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Missouri, Baylor,
Washington, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia Tech, Ken-
tucky, Florida, Navy, Cornell, Harvard, Syracuse.
TOM WITECKI (Sports Editor, 65-35-.650) Michigan, Michigan
State, Purdue, Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota, Colorado, Missouri,
Baylor, Oregon, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Duke, Kentucky
Florida, Navy, Cornell, Harvard, Syracuse.
. * * * *-
MIKE GILLMAN (Associate Sports Editor, 62-38--.620): Michi-
gan, Ohio State, Purdue, /Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota, Colorado,
Missouri, TCU, Washington, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Duke,
Kentucky, Auburn,. Navy, Cornell, Penn, Syracuse.
* * * *
FRED STEINHARDT (61-39-.610): Wisconsin, Ohio State, Pur-
due, Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Missouri, Baylor,
Washington, Tennessee, Mississpipi, Alabama, Georgia Tech, Florida
State, Florida, Navy, Cornell, Harvard, Syracuse.
* *- * '*
GEORGE WILSON (Guest Selector, 60-40--.600): Michigan,
Michigan State, Illinois, Northwestern, Kansas, Minnesota,, Oklahoma,
Nebraska, Baylor, Oregon, Tennessee, Mississippi, Mississippi State,
Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Auburn, Navy, Columbia, Penn, Syracuse.
- * * *
BOB ROMANOFF (58-42-.580): Michigan, Michigan State,
Purdue, Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota, Colorado, Missouri, Paylor,
Washington, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Duke, Kentucky, Flor-
ida, Navy, Cornell, Harvard, Pittsburgh.
BRIAN MacCLOWRY (58-24-.580): Wisconsin, Ohio State, Pur-
due, Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota,Oklahoma, Missouri, TCU,
Washington, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Duke, Kentucky, Flor-
ida, Navy, Cornell, Harvard, Syracuse.
GARY GUSSIN (58-42.580): Michigan, Ohio State, Purdue, North-
western, Iowa, Minnesota, Colorado, Missouri, Baylor, Washington,
North Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Duke, Florida State, Auburn,
Navy, Columbia, Harvard, Syracuse.
S * * S
CLIFF MARKS (56-44-.560): Michigan, Ohio State, Purdue,
Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota, Colorado, Missouri, Baylor, Wash-
ington, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia Tech, Florida State,
Florida, Nbtre Dame, Cornell, Harvard, Syracuse.
* * * *
HAL APPLEBAUM (Associate Sports Editor, 55-45-.550): Michi-
gan, Michigan State, Purdue, Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota, Colo-
rado, Missouri, Baylor, Washington, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama,
Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Auburn, Navy, Cornell, Harvard, Syracuse.

Nu Sigma Nu Easily Captures First Place
In I-M Professional Fraternity Play-offs

By HENRY GOLDSTEIN
In the three professional fra-
ternity games last night at Wines
Field, Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Sigma
Delta, and Phi Alpha Kappa came
out the victors.
In the big game of the evening
Nu Sigma Nu beat Phi Alpha
Kappa 20-6 to keep its five year,
winning streak alive. The first,
TD of the game came as Roger
Netzer of Nu Sigs completed a
pass to Tom Hudak in the end
zone. The conversion failed.
In the second half the "doc-
tors" scored twice more. The first
on a diving catch by Pete Colwell
from Netzer. Pete's brother Cliff
took a pass from Netzer to com-
plete the extra 2 points.
Nu Sig's last TD came on an
interception and run back by
their star quarterback Netzer. Phi
Alpha Kappa defeated Alpha Chi
Sigma 14-0. P.A.K.'s first score
came early in the second half as
Ed Meyerling completed a pass to
Jim Biel. Dick Lenters executed
a conversion by passing to Meyer-
ing.
In the final game of the eve-
ning Delta Sigma Delta defeated
Gamma Alpha 22-0. The opening
score of the game was highlighted
by a 40-yard pass from John
Cameron to Dave Sutton. The con-
version was made successful by
hard blocks and the good run by
Scott Davidson.
SCORES
NBA
Cincinnati 143, Syracuse 140
NHL
Boston 6, New York 4

The future dentists scored
again in the first half by a series
of first downs and then another
run by Scott Davidson. Towards
the end of the second period Del-
ta Sigma Delta again uprooted
Gamma Alpha's defense with an
eight point tally.
In this game as with the other
two blocking was the key issue.
The winning quarterbacks all had
superior protection and plenty of
time. Also prevalent in the three
clashes were a great variety of
reverses and option plays, which
were cleverly performed. Excellent
faking and ball handling helped
rake the difference in deciding
the outcome.
So as it stands now Nu Sigma
Nu is in first place in their
league, Phi Alpha Kappa won
their second place playoffs and
Delta Sigma Delta won their third
place playoffs.
In the independents several
games were played yesterday aft-
ernoon. In one of the games the
"526'" Club defeated the Drifters

by a score of 14-12. Drifter tallies
were made by Bruce Parker and
Brian Chamberlain. The "526"
Club scores were the result of thej
work of Jerry Wagener and Lar-
nier.
In another, the Muskrats roll-
ed over the Zips, 22-0. Chuck
Clark and Paul Plumer each
score eight points while Glen
Knoll accounted for six.
In a social fraternity game Phi
Kappa Tau defeated Theta Del-
ta Phi 14-0. The winning TD's
were scored by Fred Hinton and
Bill Hall.

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