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September 24, 1959 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1959-09-24

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-Daily--Jim Benagh
AMBITIOUS CHEERLEADERS-Getting ready for this weekend's football opener, Michigan's nine
recently-chosen cheerleaders go through a routine at the IM Bldg. gym. The team, chosen by
Gymnastics Coach Newt Loken and Cheerleader Captain Bill Skinner, are: (base of pyramid, left to
right) Al Stall, Frank Starkweather, Pete Cox and Tee Francis; (second tier) Ron aaco, Stu Bradley
and Tom Osterland; Dick Kimball (resting) and Skinner (flying high).
Tigers Boast Good Backfield
By MIKE GILLMAN say about Satuday' game with be out to spoil the college debut
"Of course I'm nervous -I Missouri. of Michigan'ss new mentor. The
wouldn't be human if I wasn't." The Tigers that Elliott and reports that "have come to the y
company will be facing lost ther. Michigan camp indicate that Mis-
This was what Michigan foot- opener to a rough Penn State's souri could be strong enough to do
ball coach Bump Elliott had to squad bya score of 19-8, and will it.
According to Elliott, "their
backfield is excellent. They have
four good halfbacks and two good
GRID ELEC IONSquarterbacks." The h a l f b a c It
quartet includes Norm Beale, Don
Smith, Norris Stevenson and Mel
West. h~
This week's first Grid Picks contest is muoving into the final two The invaders will field a team
days, so hurry and get your entry in for an opportunity to win two that is perhaps a little bit larger
free tickets to a local movie theater, than the Wolverine contingent,
with two standouts on the line.
The contest closes at midnight Friday night and your mailed At one end will be Danny La-
in entries must be postmarked before then. The place to send them Rose, the sophomore-of-the-year
is Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor. Entry in the Big Eight last season. La-
blanks are also available at The Daily. Rose is considered an outstanding
Include your name, address, and telephone number with your defender and pass rusher and car-
ntr ries 215" ponds on his 6'4" frame.
1. Missouri at MICH. (score) 11. SMU at Georgia Tech mac Heads Line
2. Illinois at Indiana 12. Mississippi at Kentucky AtwM
3. Iowa at California 13. Colorado at Baylor Mgac whe eissuri publicit
4. Texas A&M at MSU 14. Air Force at Wyoming director as one of the best tackles
5. Nebraska at Minnesota 15. Holy Cross at Dartmouth that the Tigers have had In quite
6. Oklahoma at Northwestern 16. Colgate at Cornell 'tsome time
7, N. Carolina at -Notre Dame 17. Kansas at Syracuse Missouri will bring a 37-man
8. Duke at OSU 18. Rutgers at Princetonsne
9. Stanford at Wisconsin 19. Vanderbilt at Georgia squad o Ann Arbor and presently
10. Auburn at Tennessee 20. Clemson at Virginia They will arrive at 3 p.m. tomor-
.a.*4 row and will practice in the Sta-
dium at 4 p.m.
Elliott ran his' team through
.g medium-speed drills yesterday as
he awaited the opener. Reserves
set up the expected Missouri de-
Sf.: 4 fense against the Wolverines' new
. uwing-T, and Saturday's probable
starters ran against this for about
S30 minutes.
3sDefense, last year's big prob-
lem, was worked on too, as the
reserves ran the diversified Mis-
souri offense against Michigan
in u 'defenses. Pass defending was par-
THE TREND SETTING ticuarly stressed.
FASHION FOe FALL W're anxious to play now. We
don't .really know what we have ,7~
Wrl4,x Mselves for so long."
An interested spectator at yes-
terday's practice was Lowell Per-
h ry, former All-American end for
the Wolverines in 1952. Perry
played for a short while with the
Pittsburgh Steelers and Is now
#>tcompleting his education as a
senior in the Detroit College of
r Law.
le erf wh
Stled in:thrne lor
leathers for'Falllwith tha
familiar Winthrop flair.
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