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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GRID SELECTIONS ]
This is the day when The Daily sports staff steps out on a limb
id attempts to pick winners of the same games that you readers have
en trying to figure out this week.
Each Friday morning during the football season the predictions
the three senior editors, five night editors, and a guest will appear
The Daily.
This week's guest is Bob Ufer, sports announcer for the Michigan
'otball Network and WPAG Radio. Mr. Ufer broadcasts the Michigan
ames, both at home and away, and has been doing so for many years.
You still have a chance to win two free tickets to a local movie
ieater and at the same time test your wits against the sports staff of
he Daily by mailing in your entry to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily,
20 Maynard, Ann Arbor, or else come to The Daily and fill out an
ntry blank.
Be sure and include your name and address on, the entry, which
ust be postmarked bwy midnight tonight. Each contestant may enter
nIy once.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Consensus Picks in Caps

Speedy Squad To Face Missouri
By CLIFF MARKS ale remained as high as it has a punting drill, but two others, that the offense will be stronger,
Eager and admittedly a little been all fall. sophomores Scott Maentz and Weber said the Wolverines will be
bit worried on the threshold of his Elliott, who earlier remarked Ron Spacht looked exceptional as playing a more wide-open, crowd-
first game as head football coach,, "We're going to use a lot of play- they boomed punt after punt well pleasing brand of football this
Michigan's Bump Elliott is ready ers this year," said that he would down the field. "Brad Myers is year, with a great deal of scoring.
to lead the Wolverines into the try and keep the teams together still my number two punter, The Michigan gridders wind up
season's opener tomorrow against by substituting in units, although though, since neither of the other their preparation for Missouri to-
Missouri. he will also put in individuals two boys have had experience un- day with a short half hour prac-
"m expectant and wondering whhe w e situation arises. der game pressure," said Elliott. tice and then will relax till the
What this player and that one will The first string, which is in top Going along with Elliott's idea 1:30 p.m. game time tomorrow.
do under game conditions. The shape, also practiced against Mis-
boys have shown a lot of spirit souri-type plays for quite a while
and hustle so far which has yesterday, sharpening up the de-
helped their play enormously," fense.
said Elliott. Genyk at the Helm
Faster Crew The Wolverines, with Captain
This year's team appears to be George Genyk at the helm, are all
faster than last season's crew, but in excellent condition, and it was
Elliott attributes this to the high learned yesterday that sophomore
morale of the squad. "We actually second string quarterback John
couldn't be faster," he said, "be- Stamos will definitely play tomor- In Ann Arbor The Smart
cause we have most of the same row. However, sophomore Ken
boys back. However, that spirit Turread is a question mark and
helps in adding plenty of zip." another soph, Guy Destefano
This zip also comes from the moved into Turread's second team !!!!. !Y!Y!Y!!l.!!lYY........
winged-T offense which Elliott fullback berth. Speedster John
has installed this year. The new Haley, still another sophomore, is i
attack caused freshman coach definitely out with a sore back, al- Lightweights 95
Wally Weber to say, "Michigan though he will dress. 3 SPEEDS
will have its first consistent bal- The Wolverine offense, which
anced line in twenty-one years." Elliott thinks will be better than " HANDBRAKES
"M" Looks Efficient the defense, was o p e r a t i n g u
The Wolverine offense, pat- smoothly yesterday under the di-
terned after Iowa's, looked very rection of quarterback Stan Nos- at CAM PUS BIKE
efficient yesterday as the first kin, who had Darrell Harper,
three teams alternated offensively Tony Rio, and Brad Myers in the
in a dummy scrimmage. The backfield with him. All of the Brand names.
backs were running hard and mor- Harper also was kicking well in Compare all the makesyourself-
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1. Missouri at MICH. (SCORE)
2. IllInois at INDIANA
3. IOWA at California
4. Texas A&M at MSU
5. Nebraska at MINNESOTA
6. OKLAHOMA at Northwestern
7. N. Carolftm at NOTRE DAME
8. Duke at OSU
9. Stanford at WISCONSIN
LO. AUBURN at Tennessee

1.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

SMU at Georgia Tech
MIISSISSIPt 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

SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
JIM BENAGH (Sports Editor)-Michigan, Indiana, California,
MSU, Minnesota, Oklahoma, N. Carolina, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn,
SMU, Mississippi, Baylor, Wyoming, Holy Cross, Cornell, Syracuse,
Princeton, Georgia, Clemson.
DAVE LYON (Associate Sports Editor)-Missouri, Indiana, Iowa,
MSU, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn,
SMU, Mississippi, Colorado, Wyoming, Dartmouth, Cornell, Syracuse,
Rutgers, Vanderbilt, Virginia.
FRED KATZ (Associate Sports Editor)-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa,
MSU, Minnesota, Oklahoma, N. Carolina, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn,
SMU, Mississippi, Colorado, Wyoming, Dartmouth, Cornell, Syracuse,
Rutgers, Georgia, Clemson.
HAL APPLEBAUM-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, MSU, Minnesota,
Oklahoma, Notre Dame, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn, SMU, Mississippi,
Baylor, Air Force, Holy Cross, Cornell, Syracuse, Princeton, Georgia,
Clemson.
MIKE GILLMAN--Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, MSU, Minnesota,
Northwestern, Notre Dame, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn. SMU, Mississippi,
Colorado, Air Force, Holy Cross, Cornell, Syracuse, Princeton, Georgia,
Clemson.
CLIFF MARKS-Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, MSU, -Minnesota,
Northwestern, Notre Dame, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn, SMU, Missis-
sippi, Baylor, Air Force, Dartmouth, Cornell, Syracuse, Princeton, Van-
derbilt, Clemson.
BUZ STEINBERG-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, MSU, Nebraska,
Northwestern, Notre Dame, OSU, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Georgia. Tech,
Mississippi, Colorado, Air Force, Holy Cross, Cornell, Syracuse, Prince-
ton, Vanderbilt, Clemson.
TOM WITECKI-Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, Texas A&M, Nebraska,
Oklahoma, Notre Dame, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Mis-
sissippi, Baylor, Air Force, Dartmouth, Cornell, Syracuse, Rutgers,
Georgia, Clemson.
BOB LIFER (Guest Selector)-Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, MSU,
Nebraska, Northwestern, Notre Dame, OSU, Wisconsin, Auburn, SMU,
Mississippi, Baylor, Air Force, Holy Cross, Colgate, Syracuse, Prince-
ton, Georgia, Clemson.

GEORGE GENYK
.. . to lead Wolverines
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L. Pct. GB
Chicago 92 59 .609 -
Cleveland 87 63 .580 4%
New York 77 73 .513 14j
Detroit 75 75 .500 16/
Baltimore 72 78 .480 19
Boston 71 79 .473 202
Kansas City 63 86 .423 28
Washington 63 87 .420 28/
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at New York (night)
Chicago at Detroit
Washington at Boston (night)
Kansas City at Cleveland (2)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 84 66 .560 -
Los Angeles 83 67 .553 1.
San Francisco 82 68 .547 2
Pittsburgh 77 74 .510 7
Chicago 72 78 .480 12
Cincinnati 72 80 .474i 13
St. Louis 69 81 .460 15
Philadelphia 63 88 .417 21%
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (night)
Los Angeles at Chicago
San Francisco at St. Louis (night)
(Only games scheduled)
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