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THE MICHIGAN DAI:ILY

FRIMAY, NOVEER 1i, 195$

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GRID SELECTIONS

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GAMES OF THE
(Consensus (73-23) selections;
Michigan at MSC 8..
Minnesota at IOWA 9..
NORTHWESTERN at Indiana 10.'
Purdue at OSU 11.1
ILLINOIS at Wisconsin 12.'
GEORGIA TECH at Alabama 13.'
GEORGIA at Auburn . 14.

WEEK
appear in capitals)
Arkansas at SMU
Army at PENN
Tennessee at FLORIDA
Oregon at CALIFORNIA
Texas A&M at RICE
Texas Christian at TEXAS
Washington at UCLA

15. MISSISSIPPI STATE at Louisiana Stat
SELECTIONS
DAVE LIVINGSTON (77-20-.794)-MSC, Minnesota, Northwestern,
OSU, Illinois, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Mississippi State, SMU,
Penn; Tennessee, Califorinia, Rice, Texas, UCLA
HANLEY GURWIN (73-24-.153)-MSC, Minnesota, Northwestern,
OSU, Illinois, Georgia Tech, Georgia, LSU, SMU, Army, Florida,
California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
DICK BUCK (72-25-.748)-MSC. Iowa, Northwestern, OSU, Illinois,
Georgia Tech, Georgia, Mississippi State, SMU, Penn, Florida,
California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
DAVE BAAD (71-26-.738)-MSC, Iowa, Northwestern, OSU, Illi-
nois, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi State, SMU, Penn, Florida,
California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
ERIC VETTER (71-26-.738)-MSC, Iowa, Northwestern, OSU, Illi-
nois, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi State, SMU, Penn, Ten-
nessee, California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
WARREN WERTHEIMER (68-29-.701)-MSC, Minnesota, North-
western, OSU, Wisconsin, Georgia 'Tech, Auburn, Mississippi
State, SMU, Army, Florida. California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
KEN COPP (67-30-.691)-Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern, OSU, Illi-
nois, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi State, SMU, Army,
Florida, California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
PAUL GREENBERG (67-30-.691)-Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern,
OSU, Wisconsin, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi State, SMU,
- Penn, Florida, California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
IVAN KAYE (67-30-.691)-Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern, OSU,
Wisconsin, Georgia Tech, Auburn,- LSU, SMU, Penn, Florida,
California, Rice, Texas, UCLA
JIM DYGERT (66-31-.680)-Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern, OSU,
Illinois, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi State, SMU, Army,
Tennessee, California, Rice, Texas, UCLA

Quits Drills:
Big Toe Ails
CHAMPAIGN -. A') - J. C.
Caroline. the nation's leading
rusher, was forced to leave Illi-
nois football practices yesterday
with a severe pain in his left big
toe.
* * *
CAROLINE was taken to the
University Hospital for an X-ray.
The team physician said he could
find no injury after a preliminary
examination.
Coach Ray Eliot said he did
not think the injury would be
serious enough to sideline the
sophomore halfback for the
Wisconsin game Saturday. Eliot,
however, fears that it may check
Caroline's speed, his chief asset.
A 38-man squad will fly to Madi-
son today by chartered plane and
hold a light drill there before pro-
ceeding to Janesville where it will
be quartered.
MADISON -- The problem of
stopping Illinois' powerful running
attack here Saturday occupied the
Wisconsin football team in prac-
tice. Following the long defensive
drill, the Badgers brushed up on
their own offense with quarter-
back Jim Miller's passing the fea-
ture.
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota's
Gophers, in their peak physical
condition of the season, moved
through light signal drills in prep-
aration for Saturday's game
against Iowa at Iowa City. For the
first time this season, the Gophers,
had no injury problems.

By WARREN WERTHEIMER
Michigan ;Vill be after its sec-
ond Big Ten Cross Country cham-
pionship when it competes with
teams from six other schools today
at Washington Park in Chicago,
The four-mile run will start at
12 noon, Ann Arbor time.
* * *
ILLINOIS, Ohio State and
Northwestern will not compete in
this, the 39th annual Conference
Meet while Purdue is a possible
participant.
The winning school is deter-
mined in the following manner.
Each team enters seven men.
The places of the top five men
on each squad are added togeth-
er and the one with the lowest
score is the champion.
The seven Wolverines who made
the trip to the Windy City yes-
terday were Ron Wallingford, John
Ross, George Lynch, John Moule,
Lou Kwiker, Geoff Dooley, and
Bob Hall.
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MICHIGAN'S chances have been
dimmed considerably due to an
injury to Lynch, one of the Wol-
verines' top harriers. The Toronto
senior suffered a pulled achilles
tendon in an earlier meet and,
though he will run today, will not
be near top efficiency.
According to Coach Don Can-
ham, "Our chances for victory
are only fair because of Lynch's
condition, but you never can tell.
The teams to beat are Wiscon-
sin, Indiana, and MSC."
The favorite to take the indi-
vidual crown is Iowa's Rich Fer-
guson, last year's winner. In the
1952 meet, won by Michigan State,
Ferguson covered the slightly less
than four-mile course in 19:40.5.

WALLINGFORD is also expect-
ed to be among top contenders for
first place. The Michigan sopho-
more has run the best time of the
season among Conference runners,
20:06.
Indiana's contingent will be
led by Jack Wellman and Jim
Lambert. W e 11m a n finished
fourth last year in the time of
20 minutes flat while Lambert
grabbed the ninth place 14 sec-
onds later.
Michigan State's John Cook and
Lyle Garbe are rated highly as is
Wisconsin's Tom Monofore. Cook
and Garbe came in fifth ,and
eighth respectively in the 1952
event while Monofore led the Wis-j
cousin harriers with a 12th place
finish.
THE BADGERS, while they lack
the star runners, have good team
depth and have beaten the Spar-
tans in a dual meet this season.
The Wolverines, Ross, the Con-
ference indoor one-mile cham-
.pion, is also expected to do well
at the four-mile distance.
After Ross however, the Michi-
gan team is full of question marks.
Aside from the uncertain condition
of Lynch, Moule has been ham-
pered recently by sore calf mus-
cles and there is some doubt as to
whether he will be in top shape.
*1 * *
KWIKER, Detroit cross country
champion two years ago, has been
showing steady improvement from
the beginning of the season.
However he is only a sophomore
and the pressure of a Big Ten Meet
may have an effect on his run-
ning.

Dooley, while not showing too
well thus far this season, has
the potential to run a very good
race while Hall has been rather
erratic, finishing anywhere from
second to last in meets this sea-
son.
Michigan won its first and only
Conference Cross Country Meet
way back in 1922 although it has
come up with two individual titles
since that time. Don McEwen won
the event in both 1949 and 1950,
setting records each year.
His 1950 time of 19:34.1 is the
best time ever run in a Big Ten
Meet although it was not run over
a standard course. The year pre-
vious he set the mark for the regu-
lar Washington Park course with
a time of 19:44.5.

' Seeks Conference
Cross Country Crown

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Conference Gridders Wind-up
Practice for Crucial Contests

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State Coach Biggie Munn has been
so busy patching up his squad to
make up for injuries and illnesses
that he hasn't had the time to
work on much new stuff for the
game with Michigan.
"We've had to jam a lot of things
into our practice thisweek," Munn
said. "Working Bert Zagers into
Billy Wells' spot in the backfield
has been a major job. We haven't
had much time for anything fan-
cy, I'm afraid."
BUCKEYES PASS
COLUMBUS-Ohio State's foot-
ball team strengthened its air arm
as it primed for Saturday's game
here with Purdue.
Quarterbacks John Borton and
Dave Leggett went through a
Intramural Scores
VOLLEYBALL
Reeves 5, Allen Rumsey 1
Greene 6, Hayden 0
Adams 6, Williams 0
Strauss 4, Kelsey 2
Lloyd 6, Cooley 0
Gomberg 6, Michigan 0
Hinsdale 4, Taylor 2
Huber defeated Wenly (forfeit)
Phi Delta Phi 6, Alpha Kappa
Psi 0
Alpha Kappa Kappa defeated
Phi Delta Chi (forfeit)
Phi Delta Epsilon defeated Al-
pha Rho Chi (forfeit)
Engine Mechanics 5, Natural Re-
sources 1
Political Science defeated Edu-
cation (forfeit)
HANDBALL
Lambda Chi Alpha 3, Alpha Tau
Omega 0
Theta Chi 3, Chi Psi 0
Alpha Sigma Phi 2, Beta Theta
Piu
Phi Kappa Tau defeated Theta
Delta Chi (forefeit)
Delta Kappa Epsilon defeated
Tau Kappa Epsilon (forfeit)
Phi Delta Theta defeated Psi
Upsilon (forfeit)

lengthy workout, indicating the
Bucks would depend largely on
passing to regain their winning
ways. Ohio lost to Michigan State
last week.
HOOSIERS STRESS DEFENSE
BLOOMINGTON - The Indi-
ana squad went through a light
tapering workout in preparation
for Saturday's game here with
Northwestern.
After it was over Coach Bernie
Crimmins said, "This game prob-
ably will be won by the defense,
either ours or Northwestern's."
* * *
INJURIES HIT PURDUE
LAFAYETTE - Five veteran
members of Purdue's injury-riddle
football squad will be left behind
today when the Boilermakers leave
for Ohio State. The ailing quin-
tette is halfback Rex Brock; full-
back Max Schmaling, tackle Dave
Whitaker, and ends James Woj-
ciehowski and Tom Redinger.
HAWKEYES END SECRECY
IOWA CITY - After three days
of secret practices this week,
Coach Forest Evashevski threw
open the gates as the Iowa Hawk-
eyes held a two-hour dummy
scrimmage.
The coach said Iowa has worked
up several new plays for Satur-
day's game with Minnesota.
Grid Ticket
Scalper Nabbed
EAST LANSING-(P)-Mich-
igan State College's promised
war on ticket-scalpers produc-
ed its first arrest Thursday.
Karl R. Schaefer, an MSC
senior 'from Detroit, was ar-
rested by college police who
said he sold four scarce tickets
for the Michigan - Michigan
State football game to detec-
tives for $15 each.
Dean of Students Tom King
said Schaefer faced college dis-
ciplinary action and also was
liable to prosecution. He said
the sale of tickets for more
than their face value violates
state and federal law.

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