THE MICHIGAN' DAILY
Five Wildcats To
Liston Acquitted by
EuBy The Associated Press
UPEN "'HO SE RPHILADELPHIA--Sonny Liston,
a contender for the heavyweight
boxing title; yesterday was ac-
quitted of a charge of turning off
his automobile lights to avoid ar-
in hono of Srest by police.
Liston because of the charge
The Festival of Tabernacles had been suspended from partici-
pating as a boxer by the Pennsyl-
vania Athletic Commission.
Common pleas Judge Joseph A.
Gold, hearing the case without a1
jury, said that if this hadn't in-
volved Liston "it would have been
disposed of in the magistrate's
Actually, the charge had beenI
thrown out by a magistrate, butI
Liston was rearrested after a newI
investigation by the district at-1
KANSAS CITY-The Big Eight
Conference Faculty Committee to-
day ruled the University of Colo-
rado must forfeit all basketball
games in which Wilkie Gilmore
played last season.
The committee held that Gil-
more, a forward, had violated a
conference rule in playing on an
outside amateur organized basket-
ball team. He had played on such
a team in the New York-New Jer-
sey area in the summer of 1959.
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BOSTON - The world heavy-
weight championship bout between
champion Floyd Patterson and
Tom McNeely, scheduled for Bos-
ton Garden Nov. 13, will be held
in tanother city, it was announced
Tom Bolan, president of Cham-
pionship Sports, Inc., said the bout
probably would be held on Nov. 20
and that the new site would be
announced in a few days..
Bolan said after meeting with
two members of the Massachusetts
Boxing Commission and a repre-
sentative of the state attorney
general yesterday--he became con-
vinced the problem of selecting the
referee could not be resolved with-
out considerable delay.
NEW YORK (WP)-Mickey Mantle
entered Lenox Hill Hospital yes-
terday for treatment of an abcess.
in the upper right hip region, and
will miss the remaining games of
the season. He is expected to be
ready for the world series.
Dr. Sydney S. Gaynor, club phy-
sician, incised and packed the
abcess and reported the bone was
Mantle, centerfield half of the
Mantle - Roger Maris home run
twins, had been bothered by a
recurrence of a virus infection. He
has been ill for the last 10 days
and has played only eight innings
in the last nine Yankee games.
The hospitalization means he
will finish the season with 54 home
runs, but only one since Sept. 10.
Maris has 60 to date.
By The Associated Press
EVANSTON - Sophomore full-
back Pete Stamison of North-
western suffered a charleyhorse
yesterday and will miss the Wild-
cats' football opener against Bos-
Stamison is the fifth Wildcat
to be sidelined for the game. The
others are guard Jack Cvercko
and end Tim Ziemke, both first
stringers, and a pair of sopho-
hiores - halfback Merlin Noren-
berg of Beaver Dam, Wis., and
quarterback Tom O'Grady df Chi-
CHAMPAIGN - Coach Pete El-
liott named 24 players as his pla-
toon starters after the final foot-
ball practice yesterday for Illi-
nois opener Saturday against
The group, including two alter-
nates, has Mel Romani at quarter-
back on the defensive unit, re-
placing sophomore . Ron Fearn.
Mike Taliaferro was named the
Alternates are Joe Mota, Chi-
cago senior, who will back up the
line instead of fullback Glenn
Glauser, and Tony Zeppetella,
Collinsville, Ill., junior, who will
be on offense at left guard.
* * *
LAFAYETTE - Purdue's foot-
ball squad worked on bolstering
its defense and brushing up on all
phases of kicking yesterday.
Tackles Don Brumm and Pat
Russ were still sidelnied and were
replaced on the No. 1 unit by
Larry Bowie and Don Keiser.
Brumm has a sprained ankle and
Russ has the flu.
The Boilermakers have an open
date Saturday and will return to
action a week from Saturday with
Notre Dame at Purdue.
* * . *
EAST LANSING-Coach Duffy
Daugherty has named 15 seniors,
nine juniors and 14 sophomores to
his 38-man traveling squad for
the football opener against Wis-
The accent appeared on youth
since five lettermen from last year
will be left behind.
Only three quarterbacks were,
selected for the trip. Pete Smith,
a junior, will be starting quarter-
back. Dick Proebstle, a sophomore,
will work as his replacement.
* S .
MINNEAPOLIS - The Univer-
sity football team conducted a
spirited drill yesterday as the
team wound up intensive prepara-
tion for Saturday's opener with
The traveling squad zipped
through an hour of play running
and passing and then went in.
The reserves stayed out and had
a heavier workout.
Coach Murray Warmath has
definitely decided to start sopho-
more Carl Eller of Winston-Salem,
N. C., at one tackle slot, making
Eller the only non-letterwinning
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MADISON - University of Wis-
consin footballers ran through a,
light 90-minute workout largely
confined to agility drills and play
polishing yesterday in preparation
for their Big Ten Conference
opener against Michigan State
Saturday at Madison.
Coach Milt Bruhn expects the
injury list to be at a minimum
Saturday. Participants in yester-
day's drill were co-captain and,
starting left guard Don Schade, f
who had missed drills earlier this
week because of an ankle in-
jury suffered in Wisconsin's 7-0
victory over Utah last week, and
reserve guard Steve Underwood,
who had been hampered by a leg
IOWA CITY - The Iowa foot-
ball team donned bright new sweat
suits yesterday and tapered off
drills for the season opener
against California here Saturday.
Coach Jerry Burns said the final
practice for this game will be
limited to a 30-minute limbering
up workout today.
Burns said the Hawkeyes ex-
pect the toughest kind of opposi-
tion from the Bears but hope to
keep clear there record of victory
in the last seven season openers.
Iowa has not been beaten in that
category since the 1953 loss to
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana's
football line had a new look in
practice yesterday as the two sec-
ond string guards and center were
promoted to the first unit.
Junior Jack Holder moved into
the starting center sidt, and Ken
Ellis and Bob Vecchio moved up
to the weakside and strongside
guard positions, respectively. Ellis
is a junior and Vecchio a senior.
* * *
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio
State's football team went through
an hour-long rehearsal on the
field and a long squad meeting
yesterday in preparation f :r the
opener against Texas Christian
Today the Buckeyes are sched-
uled for only a 15-minute warmap
in the afternoon. The H,)rned
Frogs are due to arrive here about
noon today and workout in tie
stadium at 2:30 p.m.
Here's what everybody's been waiting for all week-the Daily
Sports Staff's official consensus picks for the 20 big college football
games this weekend.
If you still haven't entered this week's contest for two free
tickets to the Michigan Theatre, copy the choices of the experts (or
make a few changes if you're ornery) and bring or mail before mid-
night tonight to Grid Picks, Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor.
This week's guest selector is last year's Associate Sports Editor,
Mike Gillman, whose "Man in Motion" column won first prize in the
Bernie Swanson Memorial Contest for journalists in the Big Ten
schools plus Notre Dame.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Consensus Picks in Caps)
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UCLA at MICHIGAN
COLUMBIA at Brown
Colgate at CORNELL
BAYLOR at Pittsburgh
MARYLAND at Clemson
Rice at GEORGIA TECH
Vanderbilt at GEORGIA
N. CAR. ST. at N. Carolina
AUBURN at Tennessee
S. CAROLINA at Wake For.
Washington at ILLINOIS
California at IOWA
Missouri at MINNESOTA
ARIZONA at Nebraska
Boston Coll. at N'WESTERN
Oklahoma at NOTRE DAME
Tex. Christ. at OHIO STATE
MICH. STATE at Wisconsin
Texas Tech at TEXAS
Stanford at OREGON STATE
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SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
MIKE BURNS (Sports Editor)-UCLA, Columbia, Cornell, Baylor, Md., Ga.
Tech, Georgia, N. Car. St., Auburn, S. Car., Wash., Iowa, Mo., Neb., BC, Okla.,
OSU, MSU. Texas, Ore. St.
DAVE ANDREWS (Associate Sports Editor)-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Bay-
lor, Md., Ga. Tech, Georgia, N. Car. St., Auburn, S. Car., Wash., Iowa, Minn.,
Ariz., NW, ND, OSU, MSU, Texas, Ore. St.
CLIFF MARKS (Associate Sports Editor)-Mich., Brown, Cornell, Pitt.,
Clem., Ga. Tech, Georgia, N. Car., Tenn. Wake For., Ill., Iowa, Minn., Neb.,
NW, ND, OSU, Wis., Texas, Ore. St.
FRED STEINHARDT (Contributing Editor)-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Bay-
lor, Clem., Rice, Vandy, N. Car., Auburn, Wake For., Ill., Iowa, Minn., Ariz.,
NW, ND, OSU, MSU, Texas, Ore. St.
BRIAN MacCLOWERY (Contributing Editor)-UCLA, Columbia, Cornell,
Baylor, Clem., Rice, Vandy; N. Car. St., Auburn, S. Car., Wash., Iowa, Minn.,
Neb., NW, Okla., OSU, Wis., Texas, Ore. St.
TOM WEBBER-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Baylor, Md-., Ga. Tech, Georgia,
N. Car. St., Tenn., S. Car., Ill., Iowa, Minn., Neb.. NW, ND, OSU, Wis., Texas,
JIM BERGER-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Baylor, Md., Ga. Tech, Vandy, N.
Car., Auburn, S. Car., Ill., Iowa, Minn., Neb., NW, ND, OSU, Wis., Texas, Ore. St.
JOHN SCOCHIN-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Baylor, Md., Rice, Vandy, N.
Car. St., Auburn, S. Car., Ill., Iowa, Minn., Ariz.. BC, ND, OSU, MSU, Texas,
DAVE GOOD-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Baylor, Md., Ga. Tech, Vandy, N.
Car. St., Auburn, S. Car., Wash., Iowa, Minn., Ariz., NW, ND, OSU, MSU, Texas,
GEORGE WANSTALL-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Baylor, Clem., Rice, Vandy,
N. Car. St., Auburn, Wake For., Wash., Iowa, Mo., Ariz.. NW, ND, OSU, MSU,
Texas, Ore. St.
PETE DiLORENZI-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Pitt., Clem., Rice, Georgia, N..
Car. St., Auburn, S. Car., Wash., Iowa, Mo., Ariz., NW, ND. OSU, Wis., Texas,
JAN WINKELMAN-Mich., Columbia, Cornell, Pitt., Md., Rice, Georgia, N.,
Car. St., Auburn, S. Car., Ill., Iowa, Minn., Neb., NW, ND, OSU, MSU, Texas,I
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