THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, N
raining Table Affords Top Diet for 'M'
Safety Proves Edge
In Theta Xi Triumph
Tackle Jon Schopf will not be
making the trip to Illinois but is
expected to get back in the line-
up before the end of the season.
With the exception of Tureaud
and Schopf, the team is in good
"Illinois is a good running team
with a passing threat," says Holl-
way. In yesterday's practice the
defense worked on stalling the
modified "shotgun" offense em-
ployed by the Illini.
The first unit practiced sharpen-
ing the passing attack in prepara-
tion for the team's encounter with
an upset-minded Illini Saturday
By JULIE CARSON
Theta Xi and Delta Sigma Phil
ended social fraternity "A" foot-
ball competition with victories yes-
terday afternoon to clinch third
and fourth place titles, while in
"B" competition, Sigma Phi Ep-l
Nicklaus, National Amateur Champion,
Announces Decision To Turn Golf Pro
hydrate content. Of necessity there By The Associated Press
is ample food for all, within hy- COLUMBUS - Jack Nicklaus,
genic considerations, of course. generally regarded as golf's fore-
Liquid Meal most amateur since Bobby Jones,
On Saturdays before gametime announced yesterday he is turn-
the team has a "meal" of nutri- ing professional.
tive solution with toast and fruit. The two-time National Amateur
This liquid diet was innovated last Champion (1959 and 1961) said
season by the University of Ne- at a press conference in his home
braska. The results of this spe- that "I wrote my letter to Joe
cial diet were so successful that Day (of the U.S. Golf Association)
this year several football teams yesterday."
have included it. The 21-year-old Ohio State Uni-
The liquid diet has several ad- versity student said:
vantages. It is easily and com- v ,
pletely digested, eliminating upset r I ae no commntments
stomachs from nervous tension. at'this time.Dhave no sotens
It is highly nutritive, supplying of income available to me at the
KEN TUREAUD large amounts of protein and professional level, it would be un-
probably out quick-energy sugars to the blood- fair to my family not to accept.
stream within a short time. And i hope to start my pro career
ference rules strictly govern the it allows food intake to be con- where I ended as an amateur."
number of meals which may be trolled.
served, the number of players who PRACTICE NOTES * * *
may be present, and the dates be- Fullback Ken Tureaud is prob- NEW YORK - The Eastern
tween which a team may use the ably lost for the remainder of the College Athletic Conference, larg-
training table. season according to assistant coach est and one of the most conser-
According to the present rules, Bob Hollway. His leg trouble has vative of college sports groups,
training table begins on the first not responded favorably to treat- yesterday called 1961 "a precar-
of September and lasts until the ment. ious year" for football.
Wilt, Warriors Down Detroit;
Rangers Tie, Share NH L Lead
silon, Lambda Chi Alpha, and
Kappa Sigma closed their seasons
I with wins.
Theta Xi edged out Phi Epsi-
lon Pi, 16-15, with a safety in the
closing minutes of play. Fred Mil-
ler scored a touchdown and an
extra point, and John Hill added
another score for the winners.
Mike MacKenzie scored the deci-
sive safety. Rich Wexlar and Bill
Harris each tallied a touchdown
for Phi Ep.
Delta Sigma Phi edged out Phi
Sigma Delta, 6-2, in the other "A"
game, with John Miller scoring the
game's only TD.
But Theta Xi could do no bet-
ter than break even for the day,
as its "B" team bowed to Lambda
Chi Alpha, 16-6. Bruce Lialbraith
and Jim Muir scored touchdowns
for Lambda Chi, with Muir and
Bruce Barker adding the extra
In fourth place competition,
Kappa Sigma upended Phi Up-
silon, 16-8. Buddy Johnson starred
for Kappa Sigma, tallying twice.
Rudy Seicter and Bill Butterfield
scored the points after touch-
downs; Paul Ridder posted Psi
U's lone touchdown.
A bulletin issued by Commis-
sioner Asa S. Bushnell warned of-
ficials and coaches to be on the
lookout for equipment that might
cause injuries and for dangerous
violation of rules-particularly pil-
ing on and grasping face masks.
It emphasized that coaches and
officials bear equal responsibility
to see that the rules are observed.
* * *
ALBANY - New York Giant
quarterback Lee Grosscup, who
saw action Sunday when the coach
apparently yielded to the chant
of the crowd, said yesterday he
will quit professional football un-
less he plays more.
Grosscup said, "When you log
about 30 minutes of game time in
three years its time to db some
The former University of Utah
star, who has taken a back seat
to veterans Charlie Conerly and
Y. A. Tittle, said, "At the begin-
ning of the season they were talk-
ing about me for No. I quarter-
back and I thought I could do
the job. Then, bingo, they bring
in Y. A. Tittle . . . and I'm third
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barely caught the right hand cor-
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The Rangers, behind by two
goals twice, rallied with a three-
goal final period capped by Andy
Bathgate's 55-foot shot with 4:08
remaining. But the Bruins still
had one burst left. Boston was one
man shy with Johnny Bucyk off
The tie did push- the Rangers
into a first place deadlock with
Montreal, each with 16 points.
Bathgate's point made him the
league's top scorer. Combined with
two earlier' assists, the goal gave
him 21 points for a one-point edge
over Claude Provost of Montreal.
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