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NOSKIN RIPS GEORGIA:
MichiganPoses Pass Threat

By DALE CANTOR
The fans at Michigan Stadium
last Saturday afternoon jumped to
their feet on, several occasions
when the Wolverine quarterback
let loose a well - aimed pigskin
which fell into the waiting arms
of the target.
Crowds will always thrill to a
brilliant display of passing, but
t h e enthusiasm is heightened
when the performer is a sopho-
more, playing the second game of
his collegiate career.
Second string quarterback Stan
Larson Given
AP Honors
MINNEAPOLIS () - Dick
Larson, Minnesota's second-string
quarterback, was named the Asso-
ciated Press Back of the Week
yesterday.
Larson, who plays behind All-
American candidate Bobby Cox,
practically beat Purdue single-
handed last Saturday.

Noskin's performance last Satur-
day against Georgia not only
thrilled the fans, but gave the
Wolverine coaching staff' some-
thing to smile about and think
about.
The Georgia game could have
conceivably uncovered the talents
of a potentially great star in Nos-
kin. Coach Bennie Oosterbaan is
firm in his opinion that Noskin
could be great. He's only 19; a
sophomore, and willing to learn.
Fourth in Big Ten
As a result of last week's game,
Noskin is fourth in the Big Ten
all-games scoring race with 13
points. Noskin scored two touch-
downs and completed five of nine
passes for 80 yards.
The 5'10" native of Chicago,
Illinois, has been described by his
coach as possessing great poise. He
keeps a cool head under pressure
and handles himself, as well as
the team, with an air of authority.
Noskin contends, in regard to this,
that there's no sense 1i even
stepping on the field if you don't
have confidence.
Yesterday afternoon, N o s k i n,

Jim Van Pelt and John Spidel,
wound up the practice session with
drills in passing.
The W ol1 v e r-i n e squad went
through the usual drills, before
engaging in a short scrimmage.
The reserve squad wore shirts'with
the Michigan Stare numbers and
ran Spartan plays.
Guard Jerry Marciniak played
with the first string line unit,
while Marv Nyren worked with the
second string unit and Willie
Smith joined the third.
Nyren was formerly first-string
while Marciniak and Smith have
both been in the second unit.
Sophomore Jerry Bushong has
been working in Smith's second-
string position lately because
Smith has been slowed by an arm
injury.
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'Grid Picks'
At this point in the season, when
grid expert Stanley Woodward's
predictions stand at only 26 cor-
rect choices out of 60, one begins
to wonder what the title "expert"
means.
While Woodward takes some
time out to dig a hole about six
feet deep, why don't you take
about three minutes to enter this
week's Grid Picks Contest.
You have nothing to lose and
could conceivably win two tickets
to see "3:10 to Yuma," next week's
feature at the State theater.
All you have to do is select your
favorites, pick the store of the
Michigan - Michigan State game,
and get your entry to "Grid Picks
Contest," 420 Maynard before 5
p.m. Friday.
For your convenience, there are
mimeographed entry sheets at the
main desk of the Daily.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Michigan State at Michigan
(also score)

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THRILLS THE CROWD-Michigan's sophomore quarterback Stan
Noskin has shown great promise after playing just two collegiate
games. Noskin is fourth in the Big Ten all-games scoring race
with 13 points scored in the Georgia game.
I-M TOUCH FOOTBALL:
ZBT Wins in.Overtime

Fights TV
Gridiron Ban
Governor Requests
WM'-State Telecast
By MIKE KRAFT
Gov. G. Menlnen William's at-
tempts to put Saturday's sellout
game with Michigan State on
television were ensnared yesterday
by NCAA rules.
"I'm going to do all in my power
to see that it gets on," he de-
cared, and fired telegrams to
President Harlan Hatcher, the
Regents, President Jolhn Hanna
of MSU and the State Board of
Agriculture.
..Rules Don't Permit
University athletic director H. O.
Crisler and Big Ten commissioner
Kenneth L. (Tug) Wilson said
NCAA rules keep the game from
being televised as "a sellout excep-
tion."
"We have no avenue through
which he can petition for an open-
ing," Crisler said.
Admitting he was unfamililar
with NCAA rules which govern
telecasting policy, Williams said
"if the NCAA is responsible, I'd
like to find that out too.
"Public Interest"
"I think the fans unable to buy
tickets are entitled to'see the game
as a matter of public interest," he
said.
Crisler pointed out that the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company had
bought not only rights for the na-
t4onal series but also regional
rights as well. "Any quarrel as to
selection of regional games should
be with NBC and not the Univer-
sity.
Three Other Games
"There are at least three college
games played within a 90 mile
radius (of the transmitter) next
Saturday which in accordance
with the plan prevents any possi-
bility of the Michigan-Michigan
State game being televised as a,
sellout exception," Crisler explain-
ed. He added that "The University
has consistently a r g u e d with
NCAA and Western .onference
circles for institutional control of
television. Each year we have
found ourselves very much in the
minority."
I-M Faculty
Entries Due.
Entries in the Faculty League
of the I-M system are due soon in
bowling and volleyball.
Bowling entries are due tomor-
row and competition will begin
Oct. 18. Volleyball sheets should
be in Oct. 26 and play will start on
Oct. 29.

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Arkansas at Baylor
Notre Dame at Army
Kentucky at Auburn'
Navy at California
Clemson at Virginia
Duke at Rice
Georgia Tech at LSU
Illinois at Ohio State
Iowa at Indciana
North Carolina at Miami
Minnesota at Northwestern
Mississippi at Vanderbilt
Oklahoma at Texas.
Wisconsin at Purdue
Washington St. at Stanford
Washington at UCLA
Georgia at Tulane
Houston at Texas A&M
Wake Forest at Maryland

By AL JONES
Yesterday afternoon South Ferry
Field was the battleground for 20
teams in the I-M social fraternity
touch football league.
In the closest "A" game of the
afternoon Zeta Beta Tau and Phi
Kappa Psi battled to a 6-6 tie in
Correction
Theta Chi 'B' team of the
I-M social fraternity league de-
feated Zeta Psi, 24-0, Tuesday
afternoon. It was mistakenly
reported in yesterday's Daily
that Theta Xi was the loser.
the regulation game as John Leslie
and Steve Harper scored touch-
downs for the respective teams.
Overtime Win
In the eight-play overtime period
Mike Jacobson was the hero for
the ZBT's as he caught the win-
ning pass for a 7-6 victory.
In another exciting, but not so
even game, Larry Lavercombe
again starred for Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon, as he threw four touchdown
passes to spark the team to a 26-6
victory over-Alpha Sigma Phi.
Big Second Half
Phi Gamma Delta triumphed

over Delta Epsilon, 20-0, as all the
points came in the second half.
Meanwhile, Bub Young of Sigma
Chi scored 13 points to lead his
team to another 20-0 victory,,over
Alpha Epsilon Pi.
In a social fraternity "B" game,
Delta Tau Delta ran \over Tau
Kappa Epsilon, 26-0, as 'Tom Hu-
dak contributed two touchdowns
for the victors.
Sigma Nu beat Phi Epsilon P1,
19-0, in another "A" game. Bob
Groff scored one of the three vital
touchdowns..
Other Scores
In other "A" games Theta Chi
downed Acacia, 20-6; Tau Kappa
Epsilon blanked Triangle, 14-0;,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon beat Phi
Sigma Kappa, 19-6; and Zeta Psi
overcame Alpha Delta Phi, 13-0.
In the only other "B" contest
Phi Epsilon Pi was declared the
victor over Psi Upsilon by forfeit.

A Reminder

Men! This is TOPCOAT WEEK! !
o RABIDEAU-HARRIS ... Oct. 11th to 19th

The I-M social fraternity track
meet will be held this afternoon at
Ferry Field.
The I-M department wishes to
remind the houses that pledges are
not eligible for competition.

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The opportune time to Save on your New
Fall TOPCOAT. Which you are going to need
at most any time now
Choose from large stocks of coats, and by
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ROCK-KNIT and others.
ALL SIZES - Regulars - Longs - Shorts -
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Moderate Prices

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$35 Values - Now $28
$40 Values - Now $32
$45 Values - Now $36
$50 Values-- Now $40
$55 Values -Now $44
$60 Values - Now $48
Zip-in Linings for any coat
complete for only $10 extra..

You deserve
the best -
Why not
get it for less!

Among America's great sav-
ers, George T. Coffee is a,
legend. One day, George dis-
covered that by going to sleep
with his shoes on, he could
save i full 60 seconds dressing
in the morning. Multiplying
this by 365 days-gave him
over 6 hours saved per year.
Then, multiplying this by 8
years-gave him 48 hours-
or two full days saved! George
was giddy. "Think of it," he
mused. "Two full days saved
to do anything . . . read,
sleep or go to Europe!"
Another time, George passed
a store that advertised "Save
$50 When You Buy These
$100 Suits!" George imme-
diately saw the fantastic op-
portunity ... realizing that he
could save $100 by not buying
any of these suits. Thereupon,
he proceeded not to buy ten
suits and rolled up a tidy
$1,000 in a few seconds.
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the same thing?" "Mebbe,"
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Men-grab a pencil in your
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bill for shirts for a year. Then
figure out the price for seven
Vantage shirts. You'll find
that Vantage shirts actually
pay for themselves in the
lauidry bills you save! See
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