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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUGAR BOWL PROSPECTS:
LSU-Ole Miss May Duel Again in Bowl

NEW ORLEANS (IP)-The Sugar
Bowl may see a rematch of the
epic football struggle between
Louisiana State and Mississippi
on New Year's Day. And nothing
could be sweeter for the Rebels
than another shot at the Tigers.
LSU and Mississippi met in
Baton Rouge on Oct. 31 in the
season's top game. LSU was then
ranked No. 1 in the Associated

Press Poll and Mississippi held the
third spot.
All - American halfback Billy
Cannon went 99 yards on an In-
credible punt return in the last
10 minutes and LSU defense
stopped a Rebel drive on the one
in the last few seconds for a 7-3
victory.
The drums started beating even
then for a rematch and such in-

[GRID SELECTIONS,]
Just one more day left this year to win two free tickets to the
Michigan Theatre, now showing "Career" with Dean Martin, Shirley
MacLaine, Carolyn Jones, and Anthony Franciosa.
How can you win them? Through the Grid Picks contest which
closes at 12 midinght for the last time in 1959. All you have to do is
pick more games correctly out of 20 than anyone else, and send in'
these selections to Gridu Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard,
Ann Arbor.
Be sure to include the score of the Michigan-Ohio State game in
case of ties which has happened numerous times this year. Also put
your name, address, and telephone number on the entry, mailed in
preferably on a post -card, or else indicate the winners on this article
and send it in. You may enter only once.
Today is also the last day that we print the Sports Staff Selec-
tions which finds a tie for first place, probably to be broken this week.
Our final guest makes an appearance, too, and he is appropriately last
year's Grid Picks winner on the Sports Staff, Chuck Kozoll, now Per-
sohnel Director of The Daily.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Consensus Picks in Caps (Consensus, 104-56-.650)

sistence heightened after Missis-
sippi routed Tennessee 37-7 last
Saturday. A week earlier Tennes-
see had snapped LSU's 19-game
winning streak with a 14-13,deci-
sion.
"I would love a chance to play
LSU again," contended Missis-
sippi Coach Johnny Vaught. "No
matter what happens, we lost to
LSU and nothing will' erase that.
But we would like another shot at
them."
LSU Coach Paul Dietzel is
mums-the-word on the subject of
a rematch, or any bowl game for
the Tigers for that matter. He
skips around bowl talk and holds
that his boys are thinking of
nothing but tomorrow's season-
ending date with old rival Tulane.
In their regular season game,
guard Bob Khayat's first quarter
field goal kept the Rebels ahead
well into the final period. And then
it happened.
Quarterback Jake Gibbs boomed
a punt deep into LSU territory.
Cannon took the ball on the 11,
faked to his left, skipped to his
right toward the sidelines and
wriggled out of the grasp of five
Rebel'tacklers before breaking in-
to the open for the touchdown.
Mississippi came back fighting,
but Cannon and quarterback War-
ren Rabb stopped sub quarterback
Doug Elmore when he tried to
shoot through tackle for a touch-
down. The game ended 17 seconds
later.
. What's the Sugar Bowl saying?
Nothing, not a word. The Bowl
can't extend official invitations
until the season ends, and Ole
Miss doesn't finish until Nov. 28.
But the word is that the Sugar
Bowl has contacted both schools-
unofficially.
Penn State
May Initiate
Liberty Bowl
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (P-
Penn State football players have
indicated a preference for the
Liberty Bowl game in Philadelphia
Dec. 19, it was learned yesterday.
A reliable source said the play-
ers voted almost unanimously to
play in a bowl that would enable
relatives, friends and alumni to
attend.
The source also said state offi-
cials have indicated a preference
for the Air Force Academy as an
opponent. Texas Christian is said
to be State's second choice.
An Air Academy official, how-
ever, announced that the Falcons
would consider only a New Year's
Day bowl offer because of scholas-
tic examinations.

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ALL-AMERICAN-This is the best description of LSU's triple-
threat halfback who hopes to lead his team to victory in a pos-
sible Sugar Bowl rematch with Mississippi. Earlier in the year
Cannon put on a Frank Merriwell finish in defeating Ole Miss on
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Regulars - Longs - Shorts
CARCOATS

1. Ohio St. at MICH. (Score)
2. NORTHWESTERN at Illinois
3. PURDUE at INDIANA (tie)
4. Notre Dame at IOWA
5. WISCONSIN at Minnesota
6. Iowa St. at OKLAHOMA
7. MISSOURI at Kansas
8. NEBRASKA' at Kansas St.
9. PENN ST. at Pittsburgh
10. DARTMOUTH at PRINCE-
TON (tie)

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Harvard at YALE
TENNESSEE at Kentucky
N. Car. St. at S. CAROLINA
Wake Forest at CLEMSON
SMU at BAYLOR (tie)'
Rice at TCU
California at STANFORD
Oregon St. at OREGON
UCLA at SO. CALIFORNIA
Wash. St. at WASHINGTON

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
JIM BENAGH (Sports Editor, 104-56-.650)-Michigan, North-
western, Purdue, Iowa, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Penn
St., Dartmouth, Yale, Tenn., N. Car. St., Clemson, Baylor, TCU, Stan-
ford, Oregon, So. Cal., Washington.
TOM WITECKI (104-56-.650)-Michigan, Northwestern, Indi-
ana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Iowa St., Missouri,~Nebraska, Penn St., Prince-
ton, Yale, Tenn., S. Carolina, Clemson, Baylor, TCU, Stanford, Ore-
gon, So. Cal. Washington.
* * * *
DAVE LYON (Associate Sports Editor, 101-56-.622)-OSU, Il-
linois, Purdue, Iowa, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Penn
St., Princeotn, Yale, Tenn., S. Carolina, Clemson, SMU, TCU, Stan-
ford, Oregon, So. Cal., Washington.
MIKE GILLMAN (94-66-.587)-Michigan, Northwestern, Pur-
due, Iowa, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Kansas St., Penn St.,
Princeton, Yale, Tenn., S. Carolina, Clemson, Baylor, TCU, Stanford,.
Oregon, UCLA, Washington.
UZ STEINBERG (94-66-.587) - OSU, Northwestern, Purdue,
Iowa, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska, Penn St., Dart-
mouth, Yale, Tenn., S. Carolina, Clemson, SMU, TCU, Stanford, Ore-
gon, SO. Cal., Washington.
* s. .
HAL APPLEBAUM (93-67-.582)-Michigan, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Wisconsin, Iowa St., Missouri, Nebraska, Penn St., Dartmouth,
Harvard, Tenn., S. Carolina ,Clemson, Baylor, TCU, California, Ore-
gon, UCLA, Washington St.
* * .
CLIFF MARKS (89-71-.561)-Michigan, Northwestern, Indiana,
Iowa, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska, Penn St., Dartmouth,
Yale, Ten., N. Carolina St., Clemson, SMU, TCU, California, Oregon
So. Cal., Washington St.
CHUCK KOZOLL (Guest Selector, 89-71-.561)-Michigan, Il-
linois, Indiana, Iowa, Wsconsin, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska, Penn
St., Princeton, Harvard, Tenn., N. Carolina St., Wake Forest, SMU,
TCU, California, Oregon St., So. California, Washington St.
* * .* S
FRED KATZ (Associate Sports Editor, 84-76-.525)-Concedes.
("Thank Heavens the season's over.")
* #~$.
M y1se:i1c:

BOSTON (P) - Boston became
the eighth and final member of
the infant American Football
League yesterday in an 11th hour,
mystery-shrouded f r a n c h i s e
award.
William H. Sullivan, Jr., a local
businessman and spokesman for
the new owners, made the an-
nouncement.
The franchise actually was
granted Wednesday night by La-
mar Hunt, member of the AFL
Expansion Committee and owner
of the Dallas entry after he re-
ceived a, guarantee check.
Sullivan said the announcement
was postponed in order to permit
Bob Carpenter, owner of the Phil-
adelphia baseball team, to state
he would not seek a franchise.
Boston Joins New York, Los An-
geles, Dallas, Houston, Buffalo,
Denver and Minneapolis-St. Paul'
as members in the league which
is scheduled to begin competition
next September.
The franchise was granteddJust
in time. The AFL player draft
meeting is set for Miineapolis
Monday.
Sullivan said there are 10 own-
ers back of the Boston club, each
holding an equal share but that
they agreed not to identify them-
selves until next month.
The other mysteries include no
coach, no general manager, no
name and most important - no
place to play.
"There are owners," Sullivan
assured a hastily-called press con-
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ference "and the money is in the
bank."
He added the group reasoned
that the first thing to do was to
get the franchise, then take care
of the other problems.
"We don't have a place to play,"
he added, "but we're not worried."
Rink Closed Saturday
The Michigan Coliseum Ice
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because of the 'M'-OSU foot-
ball game but regular winter
public skating will start Sun-
day from 3 to 5 p.m. The win-
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S to 10 p.m., Tuesdays through
Fridays.
He mentioned four locales - Bos-
ton College, Boston University
and Harvard Field and Fenway
Park, home of the Boston Red Sox
baseball club -- as possibilities.

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