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13,1 959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

13. 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Gridders Ready
For Stout Indiana Defense,

MONDAY NIGHT AT 7:30:
Gymnasts To HoldInter-Squad Meet

By TOM WITECKI
Darkness and Ann Arbor's first
snowfall didn't stop Michigan's
gridders yesterday as they went
through final offensive drills in
preparation for tomorrow's game
at Indiana. The Wolverines' hot
and cold offense will have to be at
its best tomorrow as Indiana dis-
played a stubborn defense in tying
Ohio State, 0-0, last weekend. The
Hoosier held the usually powerful
Buckeyes rushing game to a mere
77 yards.
Michigan Coach Bump Elliott
described the Hoosiers as "one of
the best blocking and tackling
teams we will face this season."

Offensively, Indiana is the only
team in the Big Ten that uses-
the single wing formation. Key to
this formation is a good tailback
and the Hoosiers have two of them
in team Captain Ted Smith and
sophomore John Henry Jackson.
Elliott shifted his backfield play-
ers quite freely in practice yester-
day and indicated that he will
probably do likewise Saturday in-
stead of staying with three solid
units.
One of the main purposes of this
"jumbling" is to give quarterback
John Stamos more, chances to
throw the football. In recent weeks

GRID SELECTIONS
Grid Picks contestants have only two more chances to win free
tickets to the Michigan Theatre, currently showing "But Not For Me,"
with Clark Gable and Carroll Baker.
In fact, they have only one day to get their entries in this week.
Mail to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor.
This being the eighth week of the contest, contestants have just one
more opportunity to pick games this year.
All mailed entries must be postmarked by midnight, tonight, and
each person may enter only once. Names, addresses and telephone
numbers should be included with every blank in addition to the score
of the Michigan game
As is the custom on Friday, a guest seictor is with us. He is Les
ltter, Michigan's athletic publicity director.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

he has been a member of the
Raider unit and for the most part
confined to defensive duties.
Hannah Makes Trip
Elliott also indicated that Don
Hannah will be the team's third
quarterback in addition to Stan
Noskin and Stamos. Last weekend
Hannah remained in Ann Arbor
while Paul Palmer was the Wol-
verines' third quarterback at
Champaign.
Another player who missed the
Illinois game, fullback Ken Tu-
reaud, will be back in action this
weekend. Elliott said that Tureaud
would make the trip even though
his shoulder injury is not 100 per
cent healed.
Fred Julian, who missed the
frost-bitten drill because of a
slight touch of flu, is expected to
be in good enough shape to take
over his starting right halfback
position against the Hoosiers.
Members of the 38-man Wolver-
ine traveling squad are:
Jerry Bushong, Reid Bushong,
Alex Callahan, Keith Cowan, Guy
Curtis, Tom DeMassa, Don Des-
kins, Mike Fillllchio, Dennis Fitz-
gerald, George Genyk, Todd
Grant, Lee Hall, John Halstead,
Don Hannah, Darrell Harper, Skip
Hildebrandt, Tom Jobson, Bob
Johnson, Fred Julian and Gary
Kane..
Also, Scott Maentz, George
Mans, Bennie McRae, Harry New-
man, Stan Noskin, Lou Pavloff,
Paul Poulos, Paul Raeder, Tony
Rio, Jon Schopf, Jerry Smith,
John Stamos, Steve Stieler, Bill
Stine, Bill Tunnicliff, Ken Tu-
reaud, Rudd VanDyne and Jim
Zubkus.
Homecoming
For Hoosiers
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (,P)-In-
diana's flu victims were back in
uniform yesterday as the Hoosiers
wound up preparation for the
homecoming game against Michi-
gan with a review of all offense
and defense.
Coach Phil Dickens hopes full-
back.Don Croner, wingback Richie
Bradford, block back Eddie Fritz,
and tackle Alex Trombetta will
be ready by tomorrow.
In a rally today Ted Kluszewski,
former Indiana end and batting
star of the 1959 World Series, will
join Capt. Teddy Smith and Dick-
ens in leading the homecoming
parade.

HOOSIER CAPTAIN - Ted Smith is one of the two talented tail-
backs the Wolverines will face tomorrow. The other being John
Henry Jackson.
Iowa Leads in Statistics,
Bu evnhin Standings

By TMWITECKIoah
Michigan Gymnastics Coach
Newt Loken announced yesterday
that there would be a varsity-r
freshmen gymnastics meet thisa
Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. in1
the I-M auxiliary gymnasium and
will be open to the public.
This meet will give local fans
a preview look at one of Michi-
gan's strongest gym teams in
recent years-4 time that could
conceivably win the Big Ten title
this winter. Michigan finished sec-
and last year to a powerful Illi-
nois team.
Returning from last year's squad
and scheduled to appear Monday
night are tumblers Bill Skinner
and Jimmy Brown. Skinner, cap-
tain of the gymnasts as well as
the cheerleaders, was on the
NCAA's third All-American team
last winter.
Quartet Missing
On the trampoline the Wol-
verine will have to look hard and
long to replace last year's quartet
of Chuck Clarkson, Frank New-
man, Dick Kimball and Ed Cole.
Cole was three time Big Ten
champion and won the NCAA title
last season. The other members of
the quartet won numerous honors
and helped to make the trampoline
Michigan's strongest event.
Hoping to replace them will be
Tee Francis, Tom Osterland and
Al Stall. The squad's top trampo-
linist Ronnie Munn is ineligible
until the second semester and will
compete on the freshman squad.
Returning
All-around gymnasts returning
include Richard Montpetit who
could be the' Big Ten's best this
winter. Along with him the Wol-
verines have Stall. Wolfgang Do-
zauer, Barry Feinberg and Ken
Sakamoto. One of last season's
top performers for the Wolverines,
Nino Marion, did not return to
school this fall.
Loken has assembled the larg

est freshman squad in his tenure
at Michigan, many of whom he
considers promising prospects.
They are: Gil LaRose, Jim Hynds,
Bob Harris, Barry Spicer, John
Buss, Norm Sakamoto, Mark Ern-

burg, Jim Sprowl and Lewis
ner.
Loken hopes to use this me
a warmup for his varsity sq
They will open the season off 14
in early December at the Mid
Open in Chicago.

Consensus Picks in Caps
1. MICHIGAN at Ind. (Score)
2. NORTHWESTERN at MSU
1.° Illinois at WISCONSIN
4. IOWA at Ohio State
5. Minnesota at PURDUE
6. NOTRE DAME at Pitt
7. Army at OKLAHOMA
8. GA. TECH at Alabama
9. AUBURN at Georgia
10. Wake Forest> at DUKE

(Consensus, 92-48-.657)
11. Maryland at CLEMSON
12. MISSISSIPPI at TenU.
13. ARKANSAS at Smiu
14. Baylor at SO. CALIFORNIA
15. TCU at TEXAS
16. Colorado at NEBRASKA
17. WASH. at California
18. Stanford at OREGON ST.
19. OREGON at Wash. St. l
20. YALE at Princeton

CHICAGO (P)-Obviously, therev
is no relation between facts and
figures in the Big Ten football
race.
Wisconsin, which defeated
Northwestern 24-19 Saturday to
move into a first-place tie with the
Wildcats, is ranked a lowly seventh
on offense and an even more lowly
eighth on defense.
Northwestern is rated third of-
fensively and fourth defensively,
according to official conference
statistics released today.
Even more .incongruous is the
fact that Iowa's seventh-place
Hawkeyes are the Big Ten's No. 1
team on offense and No. 2 club on
defense, while Purdue, tied for
fourth, is the. No. 1 defensive unit.
Michigans only leaders in the
individual statistics department
are Stan Noskin, who is sixth in
passing, and Bob Johnson, third
in pass receiving.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS.
Rushing Rushes Net Avg.

Treadway, Ia. . -25 641
Look, MSU .... 20 481
Matte, OSU . . .141 281
Jackson, Ind. 93 323
Jeter, Iowa . .394 0
Pass Receiving No.
Norton, Iowa.....22
Langston, Iowa ... 13
Johnson, Mich. ... 10
Aucreman, Id.. 9
Starks, Ill. 9
Punting-7
Smith, Ind ......
Bakken,Wis..

616
501
422
416
394 4
Yrds.
268
156
144
196
143
No. .
23 3
24 3

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5.3
4.4
4.8
6.6
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1
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Avg.
9.6
39.0

IN CONCERT

Jackson, Ind. . 38 16 323 3
Allen, Pur.'... 67 26 257 3
Noskin, Mich.. 55 26 206 2
Total Rushes Total Per
Offense Passes Play

MONDAY NIGHT - That's when Richard Montpetit and hi
varsity gymnastics teammates will meet a promising freshma
squad in an. Intra-squad meet at the I-M auxiliary gymnasium.

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SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
JIM BENAGH (Sports Editor, 94-46-.672) - Michigan, North-
western, Wisconsin, Iowa, Purdue, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ga. Tech.,
Auburn, Duke, Clemson, Tenn., Arkansas, So. Cal., Texas, Nebraska,
Wash., Oregon St., Oregon, Yale.
TOM' WITECKI (93-47-.664) - Michigan, Northwestern, Wis-
consin, Iowa, Purdue, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ga. Tech, Auburn,
Duke, Clemson, Miss., Arkansas, So. Cal., TCU, Colorado, Wash.,
Oregon St., Oregon, Yale.
DAVE LYON (Associate Sports Editor, 90-50-.643) -- Michigan,
MSU, Wisconsin, OSU, Purdue, Pitt, Oklahoma, Ga. Tech., Auburn,
Duke, Clemson, Miss., Arkansas, So. Cal., Texas, Colorado, Wash.,
Stanford, Oregon, Princeton.
4* *
MIKE GILLMAN (86-54-.615) - Michigan, Northwestern, Wis-
consin, Iowa, Purdue, Notre Dame, Army, Ga. Tech, Georgia, Duke,
Clemson, Miss., SMU, Baylor, Texas, Nebraska, Wash., Oregon St.,
Wash. St., Yale.
* * *
HAL APPLEBAUM (85-55-.607) - Michigan, Northwestern, Wis-
W consin, Iowa, Purdue, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ga. Tech, Auburn,
Wake Forest, Clemson, Miss., Arkansas, So. Cal., Texas, Colorado,
Wash., Oregon St., Wash. St., Yale.
BUZ STEINBERG (84-56-.600) - Michigan, Northwestern, Wis-
cousin, Iowa, Purdue, Pitt, Army, Ga. Tech, Auburn, Duke, Clemson,
Miss., SMU, So. Cal., Texas, Nebraska, Wash., Oregon St., Oregon,
Yale.
CLIFF MARKS (81-59-.579) - Michigan, Northwestern, Wis-
cdnsin, Iowa, Purdue, Notre Dame, Army, Ga. Tech, Auburn, Wake
Forest, Maryland, Miss., Arkansas, So. Cal., Texas, Colorado, Wash.,
Oregon St., Oregon, Princeton.
LES ETTER (Guest Selector, 78-62-.557) - Michigan, MSU,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Purdue, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ga. Tech, Auburn,
Duke, Clemson, Tenn., Arkansas, So. Cal.; Texas, Nebraska, California,
Stanford, Oregon, Yale.
FRED KATZ (Associate Sports Editor, 72-68-.515) - Michigan,
MSL, Illinois, OSU, Purdue, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ga. Tech,
Georgia Wake Forest, Clemson, Miss., SMU, So. Cal., Texas, Nebraska,
Wash., Stanford, Oregon, Yale.

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