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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY,

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?stBacks, Light Line Pace SMU

bing by SMU, but in their other
Big Ten encounters, the Mustangs
have not fared as well. In a come-
from-behind effort they won over
Ohio State 32-27 in 1950, but in
three return matches in 1951, 1958,
and 1960, they were defeated by 7-
0, 23-20, and 24-0 scores, respec-
tively.
Coach Fry was voted Texas
"senior coach of the year" last
year respite his team's seemingly
poor record, but speaks pessimis-
tically of this year's chances.

Every year the invincible Daily sports scribes take time out from
their arduous tasks of guessing the winners of Saturday's big football
games to lend kindly, condescending hints to their readers on how to
scientifically pick the winners. The following method shows just how
brilliantly some sports minds operate:
Take number of bluebooks failed and multiply by classes skipped
this semester. Divide by the average weight of the Edinboro State
basketball team (second string). If this number is odd, pick the team
in the grid picks listings that has the oldest coach. If it is even, pick
the coach that has said "we'll play them one at a time" the most
this fall.
Win and you take home two tickets to the Michigan Theatre, cur-
rently showing "Toys in the Attic." Get your entry blank at The Daily
at 420 Maynai'd-deadline is Friday night at midnight.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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SMU at MICHIGAN (Score)
Washington at Pittsburgh
Rutgers at Princeton
Syracuse at Kansas
California at Illinois
Indiana at Northwestern
Washington State at Iowa
No. Carolina at Michigan St.
Nebraska at Minnesota
Missouri at Arkansas

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Wisconsin at Notre Dame
Texas A&M at Ohio State
Oklahoma at So. California
Purdue at Miami (Fla)
Auburn at Tennessee
Clemson at Georgia Tech
Texas Christian at Fla. St.
Louisiana State at Rice
Houston at Baylor
Colorado at Oregon State

We Now Have In Stock Both
LOW-CUTS
and
HIGH-TOPS
from $8.95

In other games involving top-
ranked teams, Alabama hosts an
unimpressive Tulane team which
doesn't figure to come as close as
Georgia did in last week's 32-7
conquest. Coach Bear Bryant's
charges will be trying to sneak
onto the top of the poll, a position
they occupied at the end of the
1961 season.
Navy, Michigan's opponent next
week, pulled off one of the most
impressive wins of the young sea-
son Saturday by trouncing West
Virginia 51-7. By virtue of that
decision, the Middies leaped from
a ninth-place rating to fifth in the
poll. This week's opponents for
Navy will be William and Mary in
a tune-up for its Ann Arbor ven-
ture.
Badgers, NU Rated,
The Midwest and Big Ten were
represented on the rankings by
W i s c o n s i n and ,Northwestern
which sit on the sixth and seventh
slots. The two Big Ten favorites
switched places in the national
rankings due to a 41-0 Badger
runaway in last week's opener
with Western Michigan, and the
Wildcats' relative difficulty with
Missouri, 23-12.
Following is the Associated Press
Poll with first place votes in par-
entheses and total points earned
based on 10-9-8, etc. for first-
second-third:
1. Southern California (23) 361
2. Alabama (16) 355
3. Oklahoma (2) 298
4. Texas 237
5. Navy (3) 228
6. Wisconsin 208
7. Northwestern (5) 197
8. Arkansas 152
9. Georgia Tech 84
10. Pittsburgh (2) 67

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Kelsey Nips
Wenley in
I-M Track.
By JIM GREINER
Kelsey House edged past Wen-
ley by one-half point on the final
race yesterday, winning the I-M
residential track crown and un-
seating the defending Wenley
champs.
The Ferry Field meet saw Kel-
sey cop one first place, three sec-
onds, one third, and one fourth.
Oliver Darden grabbed Kelsey's
lone first by winning the high
jump with 5'8".
It was Allen's third that clinch-
ed the championship for Kelsey.
Wenley had earlier piled up three
firsts, a tie for second, and a third
place, assuming the early lead.
Dave Boyce of Wenley finished
first in the mile, winning by al-
most 100 yards in a time of 4:57.9.
The other top Wenley trackmen
were Bud Hamilton, who won the
100, and Tom Kennedy, tops in the
shot put.
John Sebright starred for Wil-
liams House, placing in three
events. He won the high hurdles,
finished fourth in low hurdles, and
tied for second in the high jump.
Results:
High Hurdles-Sebright (Wil-
liams); Parisian (G o m b e r g);
Hartwell (Chicago). T-:09.2.
Mile-Boyce (Wenley); Brooks
(Chi.); MacDougall (Hayden). T
-4:57.9.
100 - Hamilton (Wen.); Kuhl
(Winchell); Earley (Van Tyne).
T-:11.1.
440-Arnold (Mich.); Mateer
(Kels.); Bozdeck (Cooley).T-
:56.7.
880 - Tate (Will.); Bateman
(Kels.); Weiss (Strauss). T -
2:11.7.
Low Hurdles-Barrett (Adams);
Parisian (Gom.); Allen (Kels.). T
-:12.6.
High Jump-Darden (Kels.); Se-
bright (Will.); Dill (Huber). H-
5'8".
Pole Vault-McKinley (Adams);
Banewell (C a o 1 e y); Williams
(Wen.), tie. H-9'6".
Shot Put - Kennedy (Wen.);
Plegnaic (Reeves); Humphreys
(Wen.). D-40'7%/".
Broad Jump-Millholen (Win.);
Bentz (Kels.) ; Haney (Cooley).
D-18'414".
Team Standings - Kelsey 23,
Wenley 22%, Williams 16, Winch-
ell 14/2, Adams 121.

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SOCIAL FRATERNITY "A"
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 28, Alpha Sig-
ma Phi 16
Beta Theta Pi 22, Sigma Nu 0
Phi Kappa Psi 28, Phi Epsilon Pi 0
Sigma Phi Epsilon 44, Eigma Phi 0
Alpha Delta Phi 20, Theta Chi 0
Chi Psi 18, Alpha Epsilon Pi 0
Kappa Sigma 7, Delta Kappa Epsilon
0
Phi Gamma Delta 8, Delta Chi 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
x-y-Los Angeles 96 60 .615 -
St. Louis 91 67 .576 6
x-San Francisco 85 71 .545 11
x-Cincinnati 83 74 .529 131f.
x-Philadelphia 82 74 .526 14
x-Milwaukee 82 75' .522 14%Y
Chicago 80 78 .506 17
x-Pittsburgh 73 83 .468 23
x-Houston 61 95 .391 35
x-New York 50 106 .321 46
x-Night games.
y-Clinched pennant.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 6, St. Louis 3
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (inc.)
Pittsburgh at Houston (inc.)
New York at Los Angeles (inc.)
Philadelphia at San Francisco (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (n)
Pittsburgh at Houston (n)
Philadelphia at San Francisco
New York at Los Angeles (n)

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