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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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risler Denies Rumor
If Accepting AFL Post

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Conference Record Slips
InIntersectional Action.

(Continued from Page 1)
allege football, President Hatch-
said he does not get involved in
hletic affairs.
"Under the Board of Regents'
xling, this area of responsibility
mainly taken care of by the
oard in Control of Intercolle-
ate Athletics," he explained.
Talk of Crisler moving into the
rofessional ranks came as no sur-
rise to President Hatcher.
"Ie told me a few days ago
iat there -may be public discus-
on on his being offered the posi-
on," President Hatcher said.
"I don't wonder that an offer
ad been made to Crisler since he
a man of high ability," the
resident praised. "He certainly
as done a wonderful job for us,
rst as a coach and then as an
thletic director."
In addition to his being sought
Y the AFL, the National Football
eague.also considers him a can-
idate to fill the vacancy caused
Y Commissioner Bert Bell's death
unday.,
Adding to the confusion are the
everal reasons on both sides of
he ledger that would explain
.ther Crisler's acceptance or re-
isal.

Those who believe he will ac-
cept say that Crisler feels his mis-
sion at Michigan has been com-
pleted after serving as both a
coach and administrator.
They say, too, that Crisler can
see that the football situation at
Michigan will be a long time in
reviving.
Also, Crisler has an out if he is
called a hypocrite because of his
occasional criticisms of the pro-
fessionals. He has never said they
were dangerous or that profes-
sional football was bad.
He has resented any pressure
they have tried to bring to bear
on the college game, however.
Many feel that Crisler has lost
much of the luster in the state
that he once had. ,
Finally, Crisler has always liked
a challenge, they say, and might
take the post for 'that reason.
Those who believe that Crisler
will turn down the offer point to
his many past refusals to leave
Michigan. They say his ties are
close, that he likes the University
and is set, both socially and findn-
cially.
The latter would explain why
he would turn down a position
that would almost doable his
earnings.

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FBI Story," starring James Stewart and Vera Miles, if you predict
more football games correctly this week than anyone else.
In case of a tie in games, be sure to pick the score of the Michi-
gan-Northwestern contest close to the actual one in order to win the
two free passes to the Michigan.
There's only two more days left for you to send your entry to
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to The Daily and fill out a blank. Remember, only one entry per
person.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

The headlines of this paper onv
September 27, 1959 read, "Missouri
Nips Michigan, 20-15.
Four years ago they read, "Wol-
verines Overpower Missouri, 42-7."
The difference that is so start-
ling here at Michigan, also ap-

pears to be true with the rest of
the Big Ten teams this year. The
highly public i t e d "powerhouse"
teams of the Western Conference
have been taking more than their
usual share-of beatings this fall.

DU Defeats Betas, 16-12;
Enter First Place Playoff

GORDIE HOWE'S first period
goal provided the Detroit Red
Wings with their winning mar-
gin as they defeated the Chicago
Black Hawks 2-0 last night. In
other NHL action the New York
Rangers lost their fourth
straight, bowing to the Boston
Bruins, 4-3.

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By DON STAMMER
Delta Upsilon gained a berth in
the first place social fraternity
'A' football playoffs with a 16-12
victory over Beta Theta Pi yes-
terday afternoon at Ferry Field.
The DU attack was led by Wolf
gang Schunter, who scored twice
for the winners. The Betas also
tallied twice, but Delta Upsilon's
Arnold Morawa ran both conver-
sions for the winning margin.
Zeta Psi also put a mark in the
Correction
Pi Lambda Phi defeated Tri-
gon, 14-0, in an I-M social fra-
ternity .ame played Tuesday.
The game was erroneously
omitted from yesterday's Daily.
win column with a victory over
Sigma Phi. The Zetes came
through with the winning TD on
a pass to left end Bill-Eschmeyer.
It was a tight defensive game all
the way, but Zeta Psi emerged vic-
torious, 6-0.
Lopsided Games
Chi Phi's Terry Ziegler and
Bruce Conybeare scored four
touchdowns between them as they
rolled over Theta Chi, 28-0.
Phi Sigma. Kappa defeated Tri-
angle in another one-sided game,
18-0. Scoring honors for Phi Sig-
ma Kapp awere shared by Bob
Tucker, Dale Geiger, and Tom
Moore.
Alpha Tau Omega chalked up a
win over Alpha Delta Phi by a
score of 14-6. Don Pallin and Ro-
land Douma of ATO tallied for
the winners, while Bill Davis
scored for the losers.
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Scoring three times with a fast
attack, Delta Tau Delta defeated
Sigma Nu by a score of 18-0. Sig-
ma Nu could not find an effective
offense, and their defensive unit
was penetrated easily by the Delts.
Although Alpha Sigma Phi add-
ed a conversion to their lone
touchdown, Delta Chi overcame
the lead and went on to win 14-8.
in' another A battle.
In other action Kappa Alpha
Psi could only manage to score
one touchdown but it proved to be
the winning margin as they de-
feated Pi Epsilon Phi 6-0.
The remainder of the after-
noon's action saw Theta Delta
Chi defeat Psi Upsilon by a score
of 22-6.
Wines Field was the scene for
the Independents as they battled
for playoff slots under the lights.
Scholars Win
The most impressive victroy of
the night was rolled out by the
Evans Scholars. The Scholars led
by quarterback Mike Malenowski
smashed out four TD's, and went
on to defeat Newman Club 24-0.
Not to be outdone, Gomberg's
Older Element defeated the Fred-
erick Falcons 18-0.
The most thrilling contest of
the night was the victory posted
by Cooley's Elders over the Hard
Corp. The game went into a
scoreless overtime, but the Elders
scored in the clutch and went on
to win 6-1.
In other contests the Bean-
towners defeated the Zips 20-0,
and the Canadians whipped the
CMS Seniors 28-0.

Besides the Wolverines' loss to
Missouri, Ohio State was slaugh-
tered by Southern California, Min-
nesota was clobbered by Nebraska,
and Michigan State lost to Texas
A&M. Purdue was outplayed by
lightly regarded UCLA, but did
manage to squeeze out a 0-0 tie.
First Big Eight Victories
Nebraska and Missouri are the
first Big Eight conference teams to
score victories over Big Ten teams
in the past four years.
Besides that the Pacific Coast
teams have already gotten a win
and a tie in early season games,
and during the past three years
the best they could do was seven
wins against 16 losses.
The Big Ten overall record
against non-conference opposition
this year is nine wins, four losses
and a tie. As impressive as this
looks it is actually not that good.
Two of the wins came over im-
potent Marquette, a team that the
University of Detroit has dropped
from their 1960 schedule because
the Warriors were not strong
enough.
Two Close Decisions
Two more came by extremely
close scores, Wisconsin 16-14'over
Stanford and Ohio State 14-13
over Duke. Without these vic-
tories the overall record could
easily be seven wins, six losses and
a tie, hardly overwhelming in the
face of the Big Ten's reputation
as the toughest football confer-
ence in the nation.
The records are there, even last
year which was a sub-par year in
the conference, Big Ten teams
won 14 and lost only seven in in-
tersectional games.
/ Maybe this year the giant of
collegiate football has finally
shrunk to normal size.
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Minnesota at Illinois
Indiana at Nebraska
Iowa at Wisconsin
Notre Dame at Michigan State
Purdue at Ohio State
Oklahoma at Missouri
Tennessee at Alabama
Auburn at Georgia Tech
Army at Duke

1. Northwestern at MICH. (score)

11. Texas A&M at TCU
12. Air Force at Oregon
13. California at UCLA
14. Washington State at Stanford
15. Southern Cal. at Washington
16. Kansas State at Kansas
17. Pitt at W. Virginia
18. Holy Cross at Syracuse
19. Yale at Cornell
20. Philander Smith at Tugaloo

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