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IGAN DAILY FMI
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GRID SELECTIONS

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Today is the last day for .all prospective Grid Picks entrants to
mail their , hoices to The Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor, or else
come to The Daily office and fill out an entry.
The winner will receive two free tickets to the Michigan theater,
Today's guest is Tom Johnston, Sports Director of radio station
WOIA.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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Consensus Picks in Caps
MICHIGAN at Minpesota
Indiana at MSU
PENN ST. vs. Illinois at Cleve.
NU at Notre Dame
Ohio State at WISCONSIN
Iowa at PURDUE
Kansas at OKLAHOMA
Nebraska at MISSOURI
Dartmouth at HARVARD
Navy at PENNSYLVANIA

(Consensus, 38-22-.613)
11. Cornell at PRINCETON
12. LSU at Florida
13. Arkansas at MISSISSIPPI
14. West Virginia at SYRACUSE
15. Baylor at TEXAS A&M
16. TCU at Pittsburgh
17. WASHINGTON at Oregon
18. N.C. at Wake Forest
19. VANDERBILT at Virginia
20. DUKE at N.C. State

TO START FOR GOPHERS-Judge Dickson, a hard-running
sophomore halfback, is slated to start against the Wolverines
tomorrow. Dickson, who has seen limited action this season, was
moved to the startingkslot after an extremely good showing
against Illinois last week.

INCLUDES M-MSU TILT:

MSU Regents Legalize
TV for Sellout Games

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
TOM WITECKI (55-25-.688)-Michigan, MSU, Illinois, Notre
Dame, Wisconsin, Purdue, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Harvard, Navy, Cor-
nell, LSU, Mississippi, Syracuse, Texas A&M, TCU, Oregon, N. Caro-
lina, Vanderbilt, Duke.
* * . *
JIM BENAGH (Sports Editor, 50-30-.625)-Michigan, MSU,
Penn. St., Northwestern, OSU, Purdue, Oklahoma, Missouri, Dart-
mouth, Navy, Cornell, LSU, Arkansas, Syracuse, Texas A&M, TCU,
Washington, N. Carolina, Vanderbilt, Duke.
DAVE LYON (Associate Sports Editor, 49-31--.613)-Michigan,
MSU, Penn St., Northwestern, Wisconsin, Purdue, Oklahoma, Ne-
braska, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton, LSU, Mississippi, Syracuse,
Baylor, Pittsburgh, Washington, N. Carolina, Vanderbilt, Duke.
MIKE GILLMAN (49-31-.613) - Michigan, MSU, Penn St.,
Northwestern, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Harvard, Pennsyl-
vania, Cornell, LSU, Mississippi, Syracuse, Baylor, Pitt, Washington,
N. Carolina, Virginia, Duke.
CLIFF MARKS (47-33-.588)-Michigan, MSU, Illinois, North-
western, Wisconsin, Purdue, Oklahoma, Missouri, Harvard, Penn, Cor-
nell, LSU, Arkansas, Syracuse, Baylor, TQU, Oregon, Wake Forest,
Vanderbilt, 1. Carolina St.
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HAL APPLEBAUM (45-35-.563)-Michigan, MSU, Illinois, North-
western, Wisconsin, Iowa, Oklahoma, Missouri, Harvard, Navy, Prince-
ton, LSU, Arkansas, Syracuse, Baylor, TCU, Washington, N. Carolina,
Vanderbilt, N. Caiolina State.
BUZ STEINBERG (45-35-.563) - Minnesota, MSU, Penn St.,
Northwestern, Wisconsin, Iowa, Oklahoma, Missouri, Harvard, Pennsyl-
vania, Princeton, LSU, Mississippi, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Pitt, Oregon,
N. Carolina, Vanderbilt, Duke.
TOM JOHNSTON (Guest Selector ,43-37-.537)--Mfinnesota, In-
diana, Penn St., Northwestern, Wisconsin, Iowa, Oklahoma, Missouri,
Harvard, Penn, Princeton, LSU, Mississippi, Syracuse, Texas A&M,
Pitt, Washington, N. Carolina, Vanderbilt, Duke.
FRED KATZ (Associate Sports Editor, 37-43-.463)-Michigan,
MSU, Illinois, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Purdue, Oklahoma, Missouri,
Harvard, Navy, Princeton, LSU, Arkansas, Syracuse, Texas A&M, TCU,
Oregon, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, Duke.

EAST LANSING (P) - Free
television of the 'Michigan-Michi-
gan State football game. when
played at East Lansing was as-
sured yesterday.
The MSU Board of Regents yes-
terday authorized non-commer-
cial television coverage of all sell-
out football games not scheduled
for national or regional showing.
The television would be handled
by the campus station, WMSB-
TV, which beams to central Mich-
igan area 65 miles in any direc-
tion from its transmitter at Onon-
daga.
The Board was told the plan
would not violate NCAA television

rules since it is local and non-
commercial.
Michigan State last year al-
lowed paid theater television of
the the M-MSU game but spon-
sors lost money.
Legislators long have pressured
for open television of the classic.
The House of Representatives last
month approved a resolution ask-
ing for free TV showing of the
game.
* * *t
Manager Shifts
SAN FRANCISCO (R) - Bill
Rigney was re-hired yesterday as
manager of the San Francisco Gi-
ants with a one-year contract.

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