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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

D SELECTIONS

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PEK Defeats PAK, 8-0,
In Pro FraternityClash

Last chance to get your Grid Picks in! The deadline is mid-
night tonight, so make your selections now. Include the score of
the Michigan game, and send your entries. to Grid Picks, Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, or return them by hand to the
main office on the second floor.
The person with the most winners will win two free tickets to
the Michigan Theater, now showing "Midnight Lace."
This week's guest selector is Jack Adams, General Manager of
the Detroit Red Wings.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
CQNSENSUS PICKS IN CAPS (Consensus, 75-45--.625)

1.
2.
3.
4;
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Illinois at MICHIGAN
IOWA at Minnesota
Northwestern at WISCONSIN
MICHIGAN ST. at Purdue
Indiana at OHIO STATE
Colorado at MISSOURI
Nebraska at KANSAS
SYRACUSE at Army
NAVY at Duke
Harvard at PRINCETON

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

Rice at ARKANSAS
Texas at BAYLOR .
North Carolina at CLEMSON
Georgia at FLORIDA,
OKLAHOMA at Iowa State
Washington at SO. CAL
TENNESSEE at Georgia Tech
PITTSBURGH at Notre Dame
NO. CAR. ST. at Wake Forest
OREG. ST. at Washington St.

By DAVE KIMBALL
Jerry Bushong's 29-yard touch-
down pass to Mike Bazany late in
the first half was' all that Phi
Epsilon Kappa needed as they
hung an 8-0 defeat on Phi Alpha
Kappa last night at Wanes Field
to take second place in Profes-
sional Fraternity football action.
Bushong's pass, coming on a
crucial fourth and nine situation,
fell into the hands of fleet Ba-
zany on the ten, who sprinted
the remaining distance to the end
zone. There were just two min-
utes left to play in the first half
when Bazany hit pay dirt.
Four TD Passes
Bushong, who threw four touch-
down passes two weeks ago to
spark PEK to a 28-0 victory over
the Law Club, was off his game
last night. The former Wolverine
tackle had his first two passes
intercepted by an alert Phi Alpha
Kappa secondary, and he. missed
three other attempts before con-
necting with Bazany for the TD.
Meanwhile, PAK couldn't get a
consistent drive going and they

never threatened. Their only drive
of any length was squelched when
Bushong intercepted a pass deep
in his own territory in the first
half. From here PEK, sparked
mostly by Bazany, who alternated
with Bushong at quarterback.
drove to the game's only touch-
down.
Third Place Game
In the third place decided Del-
ta Sigma Delta scored two quick
touchdowns in the first half, then
held Delta Theta Phi in check the
rest of the way to register a 14-0
victory o'er the law fraternity.
Scott Davidson scored the first
DSD TD on a pair of brilliant end
sweeps, the second one. coming
from five yards out for the score.
Davidson passed to lanky John
Downs for a 50-yard gain less
than five minutes later to set up
the second TD. It came on a pass
from John Cameron to Dave Sut-
ton.
In the only other game played
last night, Delta Sigma Pi scor-
ed an 8-0 victory over Alpha Ome-
go to take fourth place.

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
DAVE ANDREWS (76-44-.633)-Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Mich-
igan State, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas, Syracuse, Duke, Princeton,
Rice, Baylor, Clemson, Florida, Oklahoma, .Southern Cal, Tennessee,
Pittsburgh, North Carolina State, Oregon State.
MIKE GILLMAN (Associate Sports Editor, '76-44-.633)-Michi-
gan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas,
Syracuse, Navy, Harvard, Arkansas, Baylor, Clemson, Georgia, Iowa
State, Washington, Tennessee, Pittsburgh, North Carolina State, Ore-
gon State.
TOM WITECKI (Sports Editor, 76-44--.633)-Michigan, Iowa,
Northwestern, Purdue, Ohio State, Missouri, Nebraska, Syracuse,
Duke, Princeton, Arkansas, Texas, Clemson, Florida, Oklahoma, South-'
ern Cal, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh, North Carolina State, Oregon
State.
FRED STEINHARDT (72-48--.600)-Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Michigan State, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas, Syracuse, Navy, Prince-
ton, Arkansas, Baylor, Clemson, Florida, Oklahoma, Washington,
Tennessee, Notre Dame, North Carolina State, Oregon State.
BRIAN MacCLOWRY (72-48-.600)-Michigan, Iowa, Northwest-
ern, Purdue, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas, Syracuse, Navy, Prince-
ton, Arkansas, Texas, Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma, Washington,
Tennessee, Pittsburgh, North Carolina State, Oregon State.
BOB ROMANOFF (71-41-.592) -Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern,
Michigan State, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas, Syracuse, Navy,
Princeton, Arkansas, Baylor, Clemson, Florida, Iowa State, Washing-
ton, Tennessee, Pittsburgh, North Carolina State, Oregon State.
GARY GUSSIN (71-49-.592)-Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Mich-
igan State, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas, Syracuse, Navy, Princeton,
Arkansas, Baylor, Clemson, Florida, Iowa State, Washington, Ten-
nessee, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, Oregon State.
HAL APPLEBAUM (Associate Sports Editor, 68-52--.567)-Mich-
igan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas,
Syracuse, Navy, Princeton, Arkansas, Baylor, Clemson, Florida, Okla-
homa, Southern Cal, Tennessee, Pittsburgh, North Carolina State,
Oregon State.
* * *
JACK ADAMS (Guest Selector, 68-52-.567)-Michigan, Minne-
sota, Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas, Syracuse,
Navy, Harvard, Rice, Baylor, Clemson, Georgia, Iowa State, Wash-
ington, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, Oregon State.
CLIFF MARKS (66-54--.550)-Illinois, Iowa, Northwestern, Mich-
igan State, Ohio State, Missouri, Kansas, Syracuse, Navy, Princeton,
Rice, Baylor, Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma, Southern Cal, Tennessee,
Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, Oregon State.

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INTERVIEWS
NOV.9
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