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November 18, 1961 - Image 6

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olverines Set To Ground HawkeyeAerial A
" AT~ ATHLETIC BOARD Tureaud Returns
Rose Bowl, Iowa Out To End

to Action;
Loss Skein


'NVeed ' Aid
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(Continued from Page 1) "
maintains his total average at the
2.0 level. Conference rules now
prohibit any delinquency bit al-
low athletes to compete with a;
1.8 average at the end of their'
sophomore year and a 1.9 at. the
end of their junior year.
Crisler termed the eligibility re-
quirements "something we at
Michigan have been pushing for
for years."
In voting to renew the Rose
Bowl pact, Michigan reaffirmed its
previous stand. The motion to
negotiate for a conference agree-
ment with the Rose Bowl commit-
tee was passed last May by the
faculty representatives at the Big!
Ten meeting by a slim 6-4 margin.!
White Resolution
However, a substantive change
in legislation by the Conference,
if it receives a majority vote, fails
under the White Resolution. This
provides a 60-day period for study
of the motion after passage. .If
any institution objects to the ac-
tion within the period the motion
must come up again at the next
Conference meeting. '
A further stipulation states that
the 60-day period after the May
meeting does not begin until after
classes resume in the fall.
December Review
The three eligibility changes
and the motion for abandoning
the "need" principle will come up
for review in December.
Crisler said he had heard Ohio
State voted against the need prin-
ciple but supported upgrading
scholastic requirements and that
Illinois had approved the need
principle and raising scholastic
The round-robin schedule, which1
would force every school to playI
every other Conference opponent
each year, has received consid-
erable comment but no action has
yet been taken on it.
If "need" were dropped as a
consideration for awarding aid,
Crisler said, it has been proposed
that the limit of scholadships be
set at 80 per year instead of the
present 100.
"However, this should be a mat-
ter of institutional policy . . . an
administrative matter, It should be
up to individual institutions,"
Crisler said.

(Continued from Page 1)
"breaks," this afternoon's game
should be quite a tussle.
Both teams figure to be at peak
physical strength, discounting the
season injuries. The Wolverines

In the series,
15 of the 20
games ending

Michigan has won
games with two
in ties.

Rogers ...... LE.
Kasapis .... LT
Thorson ... LG
Van Buren ... C
McQuiston RG
Hinton .... R T
Webb .......RE
Szykowny ... QB
Krause ..... LH
Perkins .....FB

... Houtman
.. Man*
.... Glinka
..... McRae
.... Raimey
.. Tunnicliff



will have defensive fullback Ken
Tureaud in uniform for the first
time since the Purdue game. In
addition, fullback Bill Tunnicliff
has been pronounced ready after
running at half speed for two
weeks on an injured ankle.
Tureaud's return has especially
cheered the Michigan coaching
staff which is expecting a full
scale aerial assault from Hawk-
eye passing whiz, Matt Szykowny.
Underlying the contest on the
field is the state rivalry of Mich-
igan vs. Michigan.
Iowa, besides having 10 players
from Michigan on the squad, has
Michigan grads in Burns and
Evashevski at the top of the ath-
letic department. And Michigan's
Elliott was once Evashevski's right
hand man at Iowa City.

Daily-Ed Langs
MCRAE OVER RIGHT TACKLE FOR TWO YARDS (MAYBE)-On the Wolverines favorite play, left half over right tackle, Bennie McRae attempts to slithtr through
a small hole in the Purdue line. Blocking on the play for Michigan are Bill Tunnicliff (36), Bruce McLenna (18), Jon Schopf (76), and George Mans (far left).

... end in sight

Freshman White Team
Downs Blue Eleven, 17-7

The White team defeated the
Blue team 17-7 yesterday after-
noon in the annual freshman in-
trasquad football game at Ferry
The Whites, led by quarterbacks
Bob Timberlake and Roger Buur-
ma, scored on two touchdown
passes and a field goal. Timberlake
threw to left end Dave Molhoak
for the first tally and booted a
27-yard field goal, and Buurma
threw to end Fred Lambert for
the last tally.
Quarterback Howard Lippert

threw to end John Henderson for
the lone Blue tally.
Freshman Coach Don Dufek was
reasonably pleased with the per-
formance of his team. "It looks
like we've got some help for next
year's varsity," he said.
"Of course we won't be able to
tell for sure until we see the films
of the game; it's hard to see from
the sidelines."
Dufek singled out the perform-
ances of end Ben Farabee, guard
David Butler, center Jim Greene,
halfback Bill Laskey, Lambert,
tackle Arnold Simkus, and Hen-


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