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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
nexperience Plagues

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
sixth article in _a series covering
the Big Ten teams. Next-Michigan
State.
By DALE SIELAFF
Coming off a mediocre 3-3-2
season, the Iowa Hawkeyes are
in the midst of a rebulding pro-
gram which Coach Jerry Burns
hopes will bring them back to
the champion status they enjoyed
in the late '50's.
The- squad is composed mainly
of sophomores and juniors, with
18 of 29 lettermen returning from
last year's team. Among the 11
men lost are Wally. Hilgenberg

Iowa's stand-out guard; kicker Jay Behind these two veterans
Roberts, and quarterback FreC Coach Burns must rely on soph-
Riddle. omores. Tom Knutson, 6'3" and
Gary Snook, who shared the sig- 218, and Dalton Kimble, at 5'11",
nal-calling la'st fall with Riddle 165, are expected to fill in of-
appears ready to take over thE fensively, while defensive special-
team on a full-time basis. Snook ists Dave Moreland and Larry Mc.
a 6-1,, 180-pound junior, hit on Dowell are termed "solid" by
34 of 90 pass attempts, and net- Burns.

ted 667 yards. Behind Snook, the
quarterback ranks are thin. Twc
sophs, Dave =Bonior and Steve Wel-
ter, are still untried, but will
have to spell Snook during the
coming season. The ineligibility o'
top soph prospect Dave Dirkx haEr
added to the already serious quar-
terback problem.
Missing Halfbacks
At halfback, the Hawkeyes lost
two of their stalwarts in Paul
Krause and Lonnie Rogers. Roger:
was the second leading ground
gainer for the Iowa squad, while
Krause was a defensive specialist.
Junior returnees Gary Sifnpson
and Karlin Ryan, at 5'11", 184
and 5'10", 185, respectively, are
being counted on to man the of-
fensive halves. Ryan rushed for
a 4.4 average on 17 attempts last
fall, while Simpson averaged 2.8.1

Fullback Gap
The graduation of top rushei
Bobby Grier leaves a gap in the
fullback spot. Junior Karl Noon-
an and 181-pound senior Bob Le-
Zotte, are slated to run fullback
While both men lettered, neither
was used extensively last fall.
Grier's 406 yards in 98 attempts
led the Hawkeyes. in both depart-
ments, and Coach Burns cites the
fullback post as one of his big-
gest trouble spots.
Iowa is well-manned at the end
posts, and the return of five vet-
erans should give Snook some ex-
perienced targets. Top end for the;
Hawkeyes is Captain Tony Giaco-
bazzi. The 6'1", '213-pound senior
was the top receiver last fall, and
is expected to be a steadying in-
fluence this year. Playing oppo-
site Giacobazzi at left end is 6

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.'
New York 93 59 .612
Baltimore 90 64 .584
Chicago 90 64 .584
Detroit 80 73 .523
Los Angeles 78 77 .503
Cleveland 76 77 .497
Minnesota 76 77 .497
Boston 69 85 .448
Washington 60 94 .390
Kansas City 55 97 .362.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMESj
New York at Washington (n)
Baltimore at Cleveland (n)
Chicago at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Detroit
Minnesota at Los Angeles (n)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
GB W L Pt. GB
- Philadelphia 90 64 .584 -
4 Cincinnati 86 66 .566 3
4 St. Louis 86 67 .562 3
13% San Francisco 85 -68 .556 4%
16 Milwaukee 79 73 .520 10
17 Pittsburgh 77 75 .507 12
17 Los Angeles 75 78 .490 14%
25 Chicago 70 82 .461 19
34 Houston 64 90 .416 26
38 New York 51 100 .338 3732
YESTERDAY'S RIESULTS
L'hicago 4, Los Angeles 3
Milwaukee 5, Philadelphia 3
St. Louis 4-4, Pittsburgh 2-0
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (n)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (n),
San Francisco at Chicago
Los Angeles at Houston (n)
Cincinnati at New York (2, t-n).

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Wet grounds and poor footing
hampered performers in yester-
day's fraternity outdoor track
meet, but the results were pleas-
ing to Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
SAE took three first places to
help them capture the intramural'
team championship. Phi Delta
Theta took second with 181/2
points, seven points behind. Alpha
Tau Omega also took three first
places but was able to do no better
than third in the overall stand-
ings. Defending champ 'Sigma Phi
Epsilon could do no better than
fourth.
A big man for SAE was John
Artz who took a first in the broad
jump with a leap of 20'3". Artz'
also grabbed a fourth in low iur-
dles. SAE's other winners were
Dan Steigal in the shot put and
Dick, Kimble in the pole vault.
The finishers in the 65-yard
high hurdles and the 100-yard
low hurdles were identical. ATO's
Dave Molhoek was first, followed
by John Clawson of Lambda Chi
Alpha and Ted Barrett of Sig Ep.
ATO's other first place was
picked up in the 100-yard dash
where Barney Crouse won in a
time of 10.5.

(Consensus in caps)
1. Air Force at MICHIGAN 11. Ohio U. at PURDUE
(score) 12. CLEMSON at N. Carolina St.
2. Northwestern at INDIANA 13. Kentucky at MISSISSIPPI
3. ILLINOIS at California 14. USC at OKLAHOMA
4. Idaho at IOWA 15. Lehigh at PENNSYLVANIA
5. MICHIGAN ST. at N. Carolina 16. Utah at MISSOURI
6. SMU at OHIO STATE 17. Kansas at SYRACUSE
7. NEBRASKA at Mninesota 18. Rutgers at PRINCETON
8. Boston College at ARMY 19. LSU at Rice
9. BUFFALO at Cornell 20. Edinboro St. at SLIPPERY
10. Notre Dame at WISCONSIN ROCK

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BILL BULLARD (Sports Editor, 16-4-.800)-Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa,
Michigan State, Ohio State, Minnesota, Army, Buffalo, Wisconsin, Purdue, Clem-
'son, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Syracuse, Princeton, LSU,
Slippery Rock.
TOM ROWLAND (Associate Sports Editor, 16-4-.800)-Michigan, North-
western, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan State, Ohio State, Nebraska, Army, Buffalo,
Notre Dame, Purdue, Clemson, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Lehigh, Missouri, Kansas,
Princeton, Rice, Edinboro State.
CHARLIE TOWLE (Contributing Sports Editor, 15-5--.750)--Michigan, In-
diana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan State, Ohio State, Nebraska, Boston College,
Buffalo, Notre Dame, Purdue, Clemson, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania,
Missouri, Kansas, Princeton, LUS, Slippery Rock.
GARY WYNER (Associate Sports Editor, 12-8-.600) -Michigan, Northwest-
ern, Illinois, Idaho, Michigan State, Ohio State, Nebraska, Army, Buffalo, Wis-
consin, Purdue, Clemson, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Syra-
cuse, Princeton, LUS, Slippery Rock.

DAVE MAGLOTT (Last Week's Winner, 17-3--.850)-Michigan, Indiana, Illi-
nois, Iowa, North Carolina, Ohio State, Nebraska, Army, Buffalo, Wisconsin,
Purdue, Clemson, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Syracuse,
Princeton, Rice, Slippery Rock.

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