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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

P * I ' d V* t t e k
nois Hopes To Extend Victory Streak
Pete, 'Bump' Prepare for Initial Clash
'RED STEINHARDT
man coach Don Dufek, who wit- Standing only 5'8" and weighing beat Ohio State and extended Iowa
an and Bump Elliott will nessed their 14-12 upset of Purdue 156 pounds, Easterbrook is a mas- to its limit. Their only common
alt their two-game skid last week. "They are finally begin- ter at rollout and option plays. opponent with Michigan so far is
k against pre-season Big ning to look like the team that "The amazing thing is that he is Minnesota which beat them by 11
rite Illinois and Pete El- was supposed to be the class of also a very fine blocker who has points and the Wolverines by 10.
the Big Ten." helped spring their halfbacks loose
ni, always a rugged test The game was the first Purdue for several long runs," said Dufek. Practice Notes
igan, are riding the crest loss in its last 13 home games. "Besides being a fine player, he The team ran through offensive
eo-game winning streak, Competitor is also the inspiration of the team. plays and practiced defensing Illi-
efeated Penn State and os eioe He is a real competitor." nois plays.
n their last two outings. Illinois is led on the field by Easterbrook's alternate, junior Coach Elliott reported that only
ropped out of title con- daredevil quarterback Johnny Eas- Mel Meyers, has been used pri- one player will miss this week's
by losing to Ohio_ State terbrook, who threw two touch-mry ndfsehyera- game.enrcntrJh Wakr
riesota. down passes in leading his team to marily on defense this year al- gm. Senior center John Walker
though he completed 32 out of 63 aggravated an old knee injury
s has come on strong the a 21-8 victory over Michigan in passes as a sophomore last year, against Wisconsin. The injured
weeks," commented fresh- 1958. Surrounding Easterbrook in the knee is the same one which was
-. ' "m backfield will be fullback Bill operated on last year and caused'
Brown and halfbacks Marshall Walker to miss the entire season.
Starks and Joe Krakowski. Brown, Fullback Ken Tureaud is re-
a pre-season All-America selec covering from bruises on his left
tion is, according to Dufek, "steady hand and elbow. End Bob Johnson
and powerful and a good blocker. is running at full speed despite a
Krakowski and Starks are the pulled muscle in his right calf.
1%t, Both will play against the Illini.

GAINS SECOND PLACE FINALS AGAINST BETAS:
Sigma Chi Outfights Delta Upsilon
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By HENRY GOLDSTEIN
A conversion made the differ-
ence, as Sigma Chi edged Delta
Upsilon 16-14 in a second place
semi final game at cold, wet Ferry
Field.
In the opening few minutes DU
quarterback John Kerr threw a
pass into the flats to Mike Joyce
and he was able to go all the way
for their first six points.
The conversion failed. Before
the first half ended Tony Williams
of Sigma Chi hit his target, John
McGuire in the end zone for their
opening tally. They picked up the
extra two points on another pass
from Williams to Tim Heinle.
In the second half Joyce dis-
played excellent broken field run-
ning as DU scored again. This
time a pass from Joyce to Kerr
completed the conversion. Sigma
Chi, not to be outdone pushed
across the winner. McGuire
snatched a 30 yard pass from
Williams between two defenders
and then Williams promptly threw
a conversion pass to Paul Cooper
for the winning two points. A
last minute attempt by DU failed
and they lost.
In another second place semi
final Beta Theta Pi beat Chi Psi

16-2 on two TD's and a safety.
The Beta's first score came on a
pass from Wayne Peacock to Mike
Danek. On the. following- kickoff
the ball fell dead on the Chi Psi
8 yard line and Bruce Beda of BTP
scored a safety on the next play.
In the second half Chi Psi
scored their only two points on a
bad BTP center which led to a
safety. The Beta's last tally came
on another pass from Peacock
to Danek. Their conversion, a
reverse went from Peacock to Don
Corriere and then back to Pea-
cock for the two points. Good
crisp blocking made the differ-
ence.
In the third place semi finals
Tau Delta Phi shut out Alpha
Sigma Phi 12-0 and Theta Xi
pulled off a win from Kappa Sig-
ma by scoring in the last 30
seconds, 14-12.
In the fourth place semi finals
Phi Epsilon Pi defeated Sigma Phi
20-8 and Trigon rolled over Tau
Epsilon Phi 26-0.
Canadians Roll
In the Independent league last
night at Wines Field the Cana-
dians easily downed the Sports-
man 18-0. The Canadians, all re-
gulars on the Michigan hockey

team were lead by their star
quarterback Butch Nielsen. Niel-
sen passed for two touchdowns,
one to Jim Brown and the other
to Larry Babcock. The third was,
scored by Gary Butler on an inter-
ception. The Canadian's assets
of speed and hard blocking made
it easy for them to grind out the
small yardage on end runs and
draw plays.
In another first place semi final
the Foresters squeezed out a vic-
tory over the Nakamura squad.
The first and only score came late
in the second half of the game
as Ted Hetzel ran over the goal
line after a well performed reverse

and two key blocks. The final
score was 6-0.
In the two second place semi
finals last night Evans slaughtered
526 Club 22-0 and GOE whipped
CMS 22-0.
And finally, in the third place
semi finals the Muskrats downed
the Hawaiins 12-6 in overtime,
and Trust romped over AFIT 26-
6.

Announcing

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JOHN EASTERBROOK
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IM Scores
RESIDENCE HALLS
VOLLEYBALL 'A'
Wenley 4, VanTyne 2
Winchell 4, Hayden 3
Hubher 6, Lloyd 0
Michigan 6, Anderson 0
Allen-Rumsey5,Greene 1
Williams 6, Reeves 0
Adams 5, Kelsey 1
Taylor 5, Chicago i
Scott 4, Strauss 3
VOLLEYBALL 'B'
Cooley 4, Anderson 2
Reeves 6, Wenley 0
Williams 6, Chicago 0
Allen-Rumsey 4, Michigan 3.
Lloyd 6, Scott 0
Huber 4, Winchell 3
Gomberg 6, Adams 0
Strauss 5, Greene 1
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GRID SELECTIONS I
The brothers Elliott meet head on this week as the Illini invade
Ann Arbor in a game that would give the winner some much-needed
prestige. With Johnny Easterbrook, the hot-cold little man at quar-
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What do you think will happen? Send in the score of this Big
Ten game with the winners of other games on this week's list to
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The person with the most correct games will win two free tickets
to the Michigan Theatre, now showing "Midnight Lace."
Here are this week's Grid Picks:
1. Illinois at MICHIGAN (score) 11. Rice at Arkansas
2. Iowa at Minnesota 12. Texas at Baylor
3. Northwestern at Wisconsin 13. North Carolina at Clemson
4. Michigan State at Purdue 14. Georgia at Florida
5. Indiana at Ohio State 15. Oklahoma at Iowa State
6. Colorado at Missouri 16. Washington at Southern Cal
7. Nebraska at Kansas 17. Tennessee at Georgia Tech
8. Syracuse vs Army 18. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame
9. Navy at Duke 19. N. Carolina St. at Wake Forest'
10. Harvard at Princeton 20. Oregon St. at Washington St.

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