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SAILING, SAILING-Members of the Michigan Sailing Club are enjoying their favorite pastime at
their home base, Base Lake. The Club is having an open meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 in the
Union Ballroom. Everyone is invited to attend.
A WATER ENTHUSIAST?
Sailing Club To Have Open Meeting

By TOM WITECKI
One of the campus' most active
organizations, the University of
Michigan Sailing Club, has an-
nounced an open meeting to be
held Thursday evening at 7:30
p.m. in the Union Ballroom.
The purpose of the gathering
will be to introduce the Club and
its activities to interested faculty

members and students. No sailing
experience is necessary with both
experts and landlubbers invited to
attend.
Movies, slides and talks by club
members will feature the annual
introductory meeting.
The club, whose membership
runs anywhere ' from 80 to 120,
owns property, docks and boats,

Big Ten Goes Far and Wide
In Search of Football Talent

By FRED KATZ
Associate Sports Editor
The Big Ten can truly be called
a melting pot of football talent
this fall.
Thirty-eight states, Washing-
ton, D.C., and Canada will have
representatives on the 10 Western
Conference teams.
Extremes in recruiting are rep-
resented by Illinois and Iowa. The
Illini will use players from only 10
Manager Wanted
Anyone wanting to be a foot-f
ball manager should contact
John Jabe at football practice.
states while the Hawkeyes have
combed 18 states to fill their 63-
man squad.
Michigan. despite competition
with Michigan State for home-
grown gridders, will rely oin a
large amount of state high school
products and so are near the bot-
tom on far-flung players. Twelve
states will have representation on
Bump Elliott's team.
Michigan is a distant third with

94. Again Iowa is at the opposite
end of the scale, having produced
only 17 players for the Confer-
ence. And only one of these has
forsaken the Hawkeyes.
Illinois leads in the use of home
grown products with 58 being list-
ed on Coach Ray Eliot's roster.
Ohio State is next with 55. Michi-
gan and Michigan State combined
have 76 home state players, the
Wolverines getting 42 and MSU,
34.
Michigan, Northwestern and
Iowa come the closest in boasting
players from all the states in
which Big Ten schools are located.
The first two were shut out only
in Iowa, while the latter has no
players from Indiana.
Also, the attraction of Forrest
E v a s h e v s k i, former Michigan
great, at Iowa, has brought 11
Michigan high school players to
the Hawkeyes. Most of these, how-
ever, decided on Iowa when Bump
Elliott was still coaching there.
With Elliott back, now as Wolver-
ine head coach, it is quite likely
that. Iowa's Michigan haul will
diminish in the future.

Big Ten Talent Chart

SCHOOL
Illinois
Indiana
Ohio State
Minnesota
Michigan
Purdue
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Iowa.
Michigan State
Total

III.
58
3
2
12
14
16
25
12
6
148

Ohio Mich. Minn. Wis. Ind. Pa. Ia. N.J. W.Va. N.Y.

3
9
55
11
25
3
22
3
8
139

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94

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1 37
1 5
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56 61

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Other states and represesntatives: Kentucky, Massachusetts, and Mis-
souri, 7 each; California, 4; Washington, D.C., South Dakota, Delaware,
Florida, 3 each; North Carolina, Kentucky,_Maryland, Connecticut, Canada,
Nebraska, Texas, Arizona, 2 each; Georgia, Oklahoma, New Hampshire,
Arkansas, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, Washington, Oklahoma, South Caro-
lina, Hawaii.
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GRID SELECTIONS

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Only three more days to get your entry in for this week's Grid
Picks contest.
Remember that you can enter at The Michigan Daily or clip
this article, circle the winners, and mail to Grid Picks, The Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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Missouri at MICH. (score)
Illinois at Indiana
Iowa at California
Texas A&M at MSU
Nebraska at Minnesota
Oklahoma at Northwestern
N. Carolina at Notre Dame
Duke at OSU
Stanford at Wisconsin
Auburn at Tennessee

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SMU at Georgia Tech
Mississippi at Kentucky
Colorado at Baylor
Air Force at Wyoming
Holy Cross at Dartmouth
Colgate at Cornell
Kansas at Syracuse
Rutgers at Princeton
Vanderbilt at Georgia
Clemson at Virginia

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