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[DAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1957

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GRID SELECTIONS
Today is the last day to enter this week's grid picks contest.
Entries must be received at the Daily office this afternoon or, if
mailed to The Daily at 420 Maynard, must be postmarked before 5
p.m. Just mark your choices clearly and don't forget to include your
prediction of what the score of the Michigan-Indiana game will be.
The winner of this. week's contest will receive two free tickets to
see Elvis Presley in "Jailhouse Rock" which will be featured at the
Michigan Theater next week.
Entry blanks are provided at the main desk on the second floor
of The Daily for your convenience. So, don't delay and enter today.
CONSENSUS PICKS IN CAPS
CONSENSUS (92-68--.575)
1. Indiana at MICHIGAN 11. TENNESSEE at Mississippi
2. ARKANSAS at So. Methodist 12. Kansas State at MISSOURI
3. Washington at CALIFORNIA 13. Northwestern at PURDUE
4. Clemson at, DUKE 14. Notre Dame at OKLAHOMA
5. Vanderbilt at FLORIDA 15. Stanford at OREGON STATE
6. Illinois at WISCONSIN 16. OREGON at Southern Cal.
7. IOWA at Ohio State 17. Yale at Princeton (tie)
8. La. State at MISS. STATE 18. TEXAS A&M at Rice
9. Maryland at MIAMI 19. Tex. Christian at TEXAS
10. Minnesota at MICHIGAN STATE 20. Virginia at SOUTH CAROLINA
RUDE DiFAZIO (101-59-.631) - Mich., Ark., Cal., Duke, Fla., Wisc., Iowa,
Miss. St., Md., MSU, Miss., KS, Fur., ND, Ore. St., Ore., Yale, A&M, Tex., Va.
JOHN HILLYER (97-63--.606) -- Mich., Ark., Cal., Duke, Fla., Wisc., Iowa,
Miss. St., Md., MSU, Tenn., Mo., Pur., Okla., Stan. Ore. Yale, A&M, TCU, SC.
JIM BAAD (94-66-.588) - Mich., Ark., Cal., Duke, Fla., Ill., Iowa, LSU,
Miami, MSU, Tenn., KS, Pur.;' Okla., Ore. St., Ore., Yale, A&M, Tex., Va.
* * *
BRUCE BENNETT (92-68--.575) - Mich., Ark., Cal., Duke, Vand., Wis., OSU,
Miss. St., Miami, MSU, Tenn., Mo., Pur., Okla., Ore. St., Ore., Prince., Rice,
TCU, SC.
* * *
GUEST STAFF (90-70-.563) - BRENDAN O'REILLY Michigan Track Cap-
tain - Mich., Ark., Cal., Duke, Vand., Wisc., OSU, Miss. St., Miami, MSU, Tenh.,
Mo., Pur., Okla., Ore. St'., Ore., Prince., A&M, Tex., SC.
PAUL BORMAN (89-71-.556) - Mich., Ark., Cal., Duke, Fla., Wisc., Iowa,
LSU, Miami, MSU, Tenn., Mo., Pur., Okla., Stan., Ore. Prince., A&M, Tex., SC.
DALE CANTOR (87-73-.544) - Mich., Ark., Cal., Duke, Fla., Wisc., OSU,
Miss. St., Md., MSU, Miss., KS, Pur., ND, Ore. St., Ore., Yale, A&M, Tex., SC.
CARL RISEMAN (86-74-.537) - Mich. Ark., Cal., Duke, Fla., Wisc., Iowa,
Miss. St., Miami, MSU, Tenn., Mo., Fur., Okla., Ore. St., Ore., Yale, A&M,
Tex,, SC.
SI COLEMAN (86-74--.537) - Mich., Ark., Wash., Duke, Fla., Wisc., OSU,
LSU, Miami, MSU, Miss., Mo., Fur., Okla., Stan., Ore., Prince., Rice, TCU, SC.
AL JONES (82-78)-.613)-Mich., SMU, Wash., Duke, Fla., Ill., Iowa, Miss. St.,
Mwd., M~SU, Tenn., KS, NU, Okla., Stan., Ore., Prince., A&M, Tex., Va.

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Reminder
Students are once again re-
minded to bring their I-D cards
with them to tomorrow's foot-
ball game.
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are required to show their ath-
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By AL JONES
The weatherman must be on
Indiana's side.
This is the ge'neral opinion in
the Michigan football camp today
after three days of miserable
weather that has made concen-
trated practice almost impossible
at Ferry Field.
Tuesday it was so cold that the

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M' Harriers
Seeky Crown
At Chicago
Michigan's cross country squad
will be seeking the Big Ten crown
this morning as they enter their
first Conference meet in three
years.
The team traveled to Chicago
yesterday, and will encounter the
other Big Ten harriers at 10
a.m. today on the Windy's City's
Washington Park course.
Possible Title
Michigan's hopes in the four-
mile race depend on the condition
of their top three men. If Geert
Keilstrup, Helmar Dollwet and
Jack Green all turn in the races
they are capable of, the Wolver-
ines could go home with the title.
Keilstrup is the least of Coach
Don Canham's ;worries. At Cham-
paign last Saturday he turned in
a very respectable time of 20 min-
utes and 30 seconds on a very cold
morning to take first place in a
dual meet between Michigan and
Illinois.
Green and Dollwet have not yet
proven themselves. Dollwet, who
was expected at the beginning of
the season to do well, hasn't yet
rounded into shape according to
Canham. . He didn't run against
Illinois, and thus is a virtual ques-
tion mark in today's meet.
If Green and Dollwet turn in
top performances tomorrow, and
if the others can do as well as
they did against Illinois, Michigan
will be in the running for the title.
Need Balance
Canham states that .in a cross
country meet it is necessary to
place your top two men in the
first five or so, and then get a
balanced effort from the rest of
the team.
Michigan had a balanced team
effort from John Dierdorff, Tom
Truex, Milt Robinson, and Bernie
Wall against the Illini. All they
needed to win that meet, which
they lost 26-30, would have been
one more man in the first five.

smooth running of plays and good
execution of fundamentals were
hard. Wednesday it was raining,
and so wet that practice was
moved under theroof* of Yost
Field House, where space was
cramped with the baseball, track
and basketball teams also work-
ing out.
Yesterday - same story. It was
still wet, with the added hazards
of a strong wind. As practice pro-
ceeded the wind increased and
brought with it more rain, and a
cold chill that made ball-handling
extremely tough.
The Hoosiers, with or without
their favorite weatherman, will
arrive in ,town this,morning. They
plan to work out in the Stadium
this afternoon at 4:00 p.m., pro-
viding the turf won't suffer too
much from the effort.
Mud and Rain
Although the mud was thick,
and the rain hard, the Wolverines
ran a two-hour practice session
yesterday. The linemen began the
workout with a review of funda-
mentals and some exercise at
running through blocking assign-
ments.
For the second half of !practice
the two groups united and ran
through offensive plays, with the
third and fourth teams providing
defense. Although it was raining
harder -and the wind was even
stronger, they continued to pass
and still with great success.
Aaron Wins
NL Award
NEW YORK (RP) -Hank Aaron,
who threw all of Wisconsin into
delirious joy with his pennant-
clinching home run for the Mil-
waukee Braves last Sept. 22, was
voted the National League's Most
Valuable Player of 1957 yesterday.
The 23-yr.-old outfielder won
the Baseball Writers' Assn. of
America award after one of the
closest vote races in history.
In a point-by-point struggle
right down to the last of the 24
ballots, Aaron beat out Stan Mu-
sial, the St. Louis Cardinals' great
star, by only nine points. Red
Schoendienst, Aaron's brilliant
teammate, finished third, only 18
points behind.
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