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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 19V

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Sigma Chi's'
In First Place
By CHUCK KOZOLL
Cold winds, numb hands, and a
slippery field provided the back-
drop yesterday at South Ferry
Field as Sigma Chi "B" eked out
a 7-6 win over Alpha Tau Omega
and notched a spot in the first
place playoffs.
Coming from behind in the sec-
ond half, the Sigma Chi's garnered
six points on a pass from Fred
Steel °to Dick McCollum. McCollum
hauled in the pigskin with one
hand in the midst of several ATO's,
and scampered the remainging
distance.
DU Downs ZBT
The second place situation was
further narrowed by Delta Upsilon
who outlaster Zeta Beta Tau, 7-0.
Early in the first half, Don Reeves
ran 45 yards to score the TD while
John Grettenberger added the ex-
tra point for security.
Alpha Epsilon Pi enhanced their
chances in the third position play-
offs in the "B" league by rolling

'Squad Wins
I.M Playoff

Injured Shatusky Travels;
Herrnstein To Stay Home

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over Alpha Delta Pi, 12-0. Mike
Rosen accounted for all 12 points
on two pass plays.
Other Games
In other games Geography
trampled Wesleyans, 19-0. Phi
Delta Phi knocked over Phi Alpha
Kappa, 7-0, and Phi Delta Epsilon
lost a close one to Phi Kappa Psi,
6-2. In a night contest, Hospital
bowled over Phi Epsilon Kappa,
20-0.
Sigma Chi ",A" stopped Sigma
Nu, 7-0, with Ken Tippery and
Guy Briggs doing the scoring.
On the professional fraternity'
scene, the doctors overran the
lawyers as Phi Chi trounced Delta'
Theta Phi, 32-12.
The Lawyers Club won in a for-
feit over Tau Epsilon Rho and Nu
Sigma Nu gained a win gn another'
forfeit over Phi Rho Sigma in the
pro fraternity league.

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By AL JONES
Michigan's football team will1
leave Ann Arbor this afternoon
with the Twin Cities of Minnesota
its destination and a Big Ten foot-
ball game its purpose.
The gridders will depart on a
special air line flight at 1:34 p.m.
On The Spot
Sports Editor Jim Baad and
Associate Sports Editors Bruce
Bennett and John Hillyer will
fly to Minneapolis at 1:30 p.m.
today and will furnish The
Daily with on-the-spot cover-
age of the Michigan-Minnesota
football game tomorrow.
Previous to depa ture they will
hold a final practice session at
Ferry Feld beginning at 10:30 a.m.
The 38-man traveling squad, the
number complying to Big Ten reg-
ulations, has been drawn up with
a few changes from that which
made the trip to Southern Cali-
fornia earlier this season.
Three Chanes
The major change concerns the
injured fullback, John Herrnstein,
who will not make the trip. His
replacement is Tony Rio, who is
now third-string behind Jim Byers
and Eugene Sisiniak.

Head Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
jdecided finally yesterday that in-
jured halfback Mike Shatusky, a
regular at the right half post, will
make the trip. He was released
from the hospital yesterday after-
noon after another treatment for
his back. Whether Shatusky will
be used is not certain.
Hard Drills
Yesterday's practice consisted
of long, hard drills on offensive
and defensive patterns. A cold
wind swept across Ferry Field
and made it seem even colder than
40 degrees indicated by the ther-
mometer.
TRAVELING SQUAD
Tom Berger, Bob Boshovan,
Dave Bowers, Jerry Bushong,
Jim Byers, Alex Callahan, Jim
Davies, Jim Dickey, Larry Faul,
Mike Fillichio, George Genyk,
Jerry Gobel, Al Groce, Darrell
Harper, Dick Heynen, Walt
Johnson, Fred Julien, Dick Ket-
teman, Gordie Morrow, Jerry
Marciniak, Brad Myers, Stan
Noskin, Mary Nyren, Jim Orwig,
Jim Pace, Paul Paulos, Gary
Prahst, Bib Ptacek, Tony Rio,
Mike Shatusky, Gene Sisiniak,
Willie Smith, Gene Snider, Jim
Sytek, John Speldel, Chuck Teu-
scher, Jim Van Pelt, and Ray
Wine.

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OFF TO MINNESOTA-Mike Shatusky, injured Michigan half-
back released from the hospital only yesterday will travel with the
team this afternoon and will be present for the battle with the
Gophers tomorrow. It is not yet known whether he will play.

SPORT SHORTS:
Red Wings Edge 13ruin Icers, 4-3

Tee-Off On This

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GOLF CLUB SALE'

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - The Red Wings
edged out the Boston Bruins last
night, 4-3, in a penalty-splashed
National Hockey League contest
at the Olympia.

Norm Ullman's second goal of
the game with six minutes remain-
ing in the contest clinched the vic-
tory. Previous to that the two
teams had traded goals. The Red

Wings stood off
garner theywin.

a late surge

MODEL CHANGE GOLF CLUB

to

SALE

Let's Go Bowling,...

Nationally Advertised Clubs at
Bargain Prices
(Buy Now for Christmas)

BOWLERS
OPEN BOWLING HOURS:
Weekdays.. . .11 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
Saturday.... .11 A.M. to 12 midnight
Sunday...... P.M. to 12 midnight
"It's great for a Date"

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.ale

* * *
New TV Plan
DETROIT-Bill Reed, assistant
commissioner of the Big Ten, sug-
gested yesterday that wide-open
televising of the final Conference
games be allowed.
Due to the present ruling that a
team can appear only twice during
the season, it appears that by the
November 23 games, only, the Pur-
due-Indiana encounter will be eli-
gible.
Clemson Wins
COLUMBIA, S. C.- Clemson's
sophomore-studded second unit
blasted South Carolina for two
touchdowns and a 13-10 upset vic-
tory here yesterday.

Enter p'Grid Picks' Today.

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WIN THEATER TICKETS:

MEN'S WOODS

20th CENTURY RECREATION
* Automatic Pinsetters 0 Air-conditioned " Free instructions
214 West Huron, 1/ Block West of Bus Station Phone NO 8-7470

Lis
WILSON:
1 set (4) Snead Signature , . . . ... ..............
1 set (4) Middlecoff Signature . ................
1 set (4) Sarazen Strokemaster ................
1 set (4) Snead Blue Ridge .....................
SPALDI NG:
1 set (4) Jones Signature Registered .........
1 set (4) Jones Kro-Flite ......................
1 set (4) SpaIding Autograph ....... a..........
MacGREGOR:
1 set (4) Bob Toski ..........................
1 set (4) Burke Parmaster ....................
1 set (4) Demaret Master .....................
1 set (3) Demaret Master . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ..... .
1 set (4) Demaret Pacemaker ...................
1 set (3) Demaret Pacemaker ................. .

st Price
set
80.00
70.00
52.00
45.00
80.00
64.00
45.00
92.00
80.00
64.00
48.00
45.00
33.75

Sale Price
set
50.00
45.00
33.50
29.00
50.00
40.00
29.00
59.00
50.00
40.00
30.50
29.00
21.00
14.00

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STORE HOURS
DAILY 9 TO 5:30

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2 sets (3) Tommy Burns ...................... 22.50
MEN'S IRONs
List Price

Many different types of
utility outercoats are available,
tweeds, polished cottons,
wash n wear fabrics, etc.

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While your lecturer takes a few
seconds for a sneezing attack, why
don't you whip out this week's
Grid' Picks entry and fill it out.
By the time his droning voice
once again fills the air you could
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota
(also score)
2. Arkansas vs. Mississippi at
Memphis
S. Auburn at Houston
4. Texas A&M at Baylor
5. California at Oregon
6. Duke at N. Car. State
7. La. State at Florida
8. Illinois at Michigaii State
9. Iowa at Northwestern
10. Kansas at Miami (Fla.)
11. Georgia at Kentucky
12. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame
13. Ohio State at Wisconsin
14. Colorado at Oklahoma
15. Penn State at Syracuse
16. Rice at Texas
17. Washington State at USC
18. Stanford at UCLA
19. Wyoming at Utah
20. Tennessee at Maryland
Gagnier Stars
In Gym, Meet,
In a four-event intersquad meet
yesterday afternoon the Blue squad
of Michigan's gymnastics team
swamped the Maize squad, 74-38.
Ed Gagnier, captain of this
year's gym team, was the big
punch for the Blues as he took
firsts in the free exercise, still
rings and long horse competition.
Gagnier is Big Ten champion on
the long horse.
Ed Cole, also of the Blues, took
the remaining first on the tram-
poline. He is also the reigning Con-
-ference champion in that event.
Two other outstanding gymnasts
for the Blues were Nino Marion
and Wolfgang Dozauer who scored
high in the free exercise, still
rings and long horse.

have paved the way'to two tickets
to the State Theater to see Frank
Sinatra in "The Joker Is Wild,"
which will be featured there next
week.
All you have to do to enter is
select your favorites, pick the
score of the Michigan-Minnesota
game and get your entry to "Grid
Picks," 420 Maynard, today before
5 p.m.

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WILSON:
1 set (8) Snead Signature 2 thru 9 .... . . ..... .
1 set (8') Middlecoff Signature 2 thru 9 . . . .
1 set (6) Sarazen Strokemaster 3-4-5-7-9-P ......
1 set (5) Sarazen Strokemoster 3-5-7-9-P .......
1 set (8) Snead Blue Ridge 2 thrii9 .....
1 set (6) Snead Blue Ridge 3-4-5-7-9-P .........
I set (5) Snead Blue Ridge 3-5-7-9-P ..........
SPALDING:
1 set (8) Jones Signature Reg. 2 thru 9 ...,..... .
1 set (8) Jones Kro-Flite 2 thru 9 ..............
MacGREGOR:
l set (8) Bob Toski 2 thru9.... ...........
1 set (8) Burke Parmaster 2 thru 9 ... ........ .
1 set (8) Demaret Master 2 thru 9 . .......
1 set (6) Demaret Master 3-5-7-8-9-P . .....
1 set (8) Demaret Pacemaker 3-5-7-8-9-P :.... .
1 set (5) Demaret Pacemaker 3-5-749-P ........

set
110.00
96.00
54.00
45.00
58.00
43.50
36.25
110.00
84.00
126.00
110.00,
84.00
63.00
58.00
36.25
25.00
25.00
40.50

Sale Price
set
67.50
60.00
34.00
28.50
36.50
27.50
22.50
67.50
52.50
77.50
67.50
52.50
33.50
36.50
22.50
16.50
16.50
25.00

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One outstanding value is our
Duffle Coat shown in tan charcoal and
navy. Twill shell with
quilted lining and zip-off hoods.
Knitted wristlets in the sleeves.
Double toggle front

X2250

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set
set
set

(5)
(5)
(9)

Gorman Highlander 3-5-7-9-P .........
Gorman Highlander 2-4-6-8-P .........
Tommy Burns 2 thru 9 & P ...........

STATE STREET AT LIBERTY

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WOMEN'S WOODS
List Price
WILSON: set
1 set (3) Berg Autograph........ ............. 48.00
2 set (3) Berg Cup Defender................... 33.75
2 set (2) Berg Cup Defender D-S ............... 22.50

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Sale Price
set
30.50
21.00
14.00
30.50
21.00
s14.00

MacGREGOR:
1 set (3) Hansen Parmaker ...........
1 set (3) Hansen Classic..............

......... 48.00
......... 33.75

1 set (3) Betty Kirk .................. . . .... 22.50

WOMEN'S IRONS

WILSON:
1 set '(6) Berg Autograph 3-5-6-7-9-P.. .
1 set (6) Berg Cup Defender 3-5-6-7-9-P .
1 set (5) Berg Cup Defender 3-5-7-9-P ..
MacGREGOR:
1 set (6) Hansen Parmaker 3-5-7-8-9-P .

List Price
set
,........63.00
,... .....43.50
36.25
,........63.00

Sale Price
set
38.50
27.50
22.50

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is the shortest way of saying neat,
trim, spruce and smart . . . which accurately
describes the tab collar. The style-conscious
man will instantly recognize this shirt
for its inherent good taste and correctness.
Available in a wide variety of stripes,
and white Batiste oxford cloth. Button cuffs.
rom $5.95

Saffell & Bush
have been. leaders
in Fine Men's
Wear on the
U. of M. Campus
for over a
quarter Century.

1 set (5) Gorman Highlander 2-4-6-8-P .......... 25.00
1 set (9) Betty Kirk 2 thru 9 & P ............... 40.50

38.50
16.50
25.00

COME

IN AND BROWSE

AT YOUR LEISURE

LEFT-HAND CLUBS, JUNIOR CLUBS AND GOLF BAGS AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES

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