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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?AGN
GIA NTS, BEARS SLIGHT FAVORITES:--
Exhibition Play Shows No Top Teams in NFL Weyo a
t "'"..' . '. ....''....:.. " .,... . es National Football League coach---L UN.
es may be getting a line on their around Rick Casares, Stan Jones, in the pre-season games that
new rookies but the experts are Harlon Hill, and Bill George may they know how to use the two
a~r " ~,:y.Ff,, , }. "se: asn playrnotm e inhas come ~tonm qatrak
having a hard time getting a true have a hard time beating the stars to best advantage.
line on the pro teams. Dark horses in the West are
.Ae....; After about five weeks of pre- Los Angeles with another high
Season play no team has come up Layne and Tobin Rte scoring outfit and Green Bay with nd
with an outstanding record to The Lions still have not proven the makings of a sound ball team.
give strength to. their supporters'
claims that one team will win out
.f F f,: F: a over the rest of the league come D
r /> Dec. 29.
Four Top Teams o
The consensus, however, still T UUHiundreds
places New York and Cleveland on' I
top of the Eastern Division, and Hpp ytuden
Chicago Bears and Detroit atop "Distributors of the Finest High Fidelity Components
the Western Division. We Stock Kits-Amplifier-FM Tuner, Speaker think
The schedule makers must haveWe
been psychic. These four teams We $erice, Test & Align the Kits We SellFrst of
meet in the closing games of their
. .eIn addition New York and GARRARD FISHER ALTEC LANSING
Cleveland met to open their sea- REK-0 KUT McINTOSH JIM LANSING PACKARD
A]son, Sept. 28. PRESTO DAVID BOGEN ELECTRO VOICE
.<~"a} <.,.,F,..,..:.4 " Exhibition games may play an MIRACORD SHERWOOD ACOUSTIC RESEARCH i S i
important role in this game if the I1k ecUC
OLD PRO--Ray Renfro, one of the trademarks of the Cleveland Detroit-New York gam
Browns, a team of contrasts-old pros and rookies-who could turns into a real knock-down Hi-FiEquipment .. Radio Phones.Televsio"
lead the Lake Erie team to the NFL title. Cleveland, however, must drag-out session.
still find a steady quarterback. Top Billing Demonstration Studio, 1317 So. University 715 Packard (Near State-
The Giants still rate top billing . NO 2-4241
for those that always go with the Seryice Shop, 1217 So. University
I- l Sports Departient champ. With the return of All- Open Evenings
League performers Frank Gifford, "Across from Campus Theatre" NO 8-7942 Ample Parking
SRoosevelt Brown, Emen Tunnelleary
sound basis to repeat.__
B< ___,UCE__ENNETT_ However it is extremely diffi-
Br BRUCE, BENNETT
Associate Sports Editor resented 'at this sessioxi, as im- cult for a pro team to reach that
peak needed to win the division
Michigan's vast i n t r a m u r a l portent plans will be foriiulated title and the league title two years
sports program, largest of its kind for future competition. running.-rAT
in the nation, will launch anoth- Riskey also asks that any soph- Browns Are Ready INEAI
er year Sept. 30, according to di- omores. or juniors interested in Should the Giants falter, the 216 W. William Street Ann Arbor, Michigan
rector Earl Riskey. becoming an intramural manager, Browns seem ready to latch onto
Football will grab the spotligh contact either himself or Gram- the sectional crown, if they can Telephone NO 8-8014
this fall, with six leagues in opler-cotteihrimlfrGa-
ation. "A" and "B" circuits will beau, or senior managers Jack end their two year search for a
oprt ntersdnehlsadHopkins and Bib Birnbaum. Sev- quarterback.
d a osinsae.n ade k is e We Have All Kinds of Glass-Mirrors and Fumiture Tops
social fraternity divisions, while ea oiin r pn seen n its backfield where the oldk
independent teams and the pro- pros Ray Renfro and Preston Car-
fessional fraternities will embrace
the other leagues.P c ' rookie Jim Brown. We Have the Nationally Advertised ams
Many Sports If they don't, Ollie Matson and
In addition to football, cross the Chicago Cards, or Buddy YOU CAN PARK RIGHT IN FRONT OF OUR STORE
country and track will start early Parker and thePittsburgh Steel-
in October. The xonntest O ply-e'ners could sneak in the back door.
ball program will get underway ' Bears Tough WE HAVE BEEN SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR 67 YEARS
later that month. In addition, the (continued from Page 1) In the Western section the ____
popular Friday night co-recrea- Bears, with a solid team build
tion program will return. GAMES OF THE WEEK
Riskey, who with Rod Gram- 1. Kentucky at Georgia Tech 7
beau, runs the 36 sport year-long t (also score)
show, expects better than 10,000 2. Vilianova at Baylor
persons to participate in intra- 3. SMU at California
murals this year. 4. Colorado at Washington
As the genial sports director 5. Duke at South Carolina
puts it, "We have a sport for ev- 6. Texas at Georgia
cry man on campus. They range 7. Rice aO M IHLGU
from the popular team sports like 8. Texas A&M at Maryland
football, basketball, volleyball 9. North Carolina St. at North
and softball, to competition on an , Carolina
individual level, like handball, 1G. Oklahoma at Pittsburgh
golf, and wrestling.
Big Meeting 12. Kansas at Texas Christian E and W aityo til you ge
In preparation for the coming 13. Virginia at West Virginia A
year, Riskey will hold a meeting 14. Navy at Boston College
with intramural and, team man- 15. Miami (Fla.) at Houston
agers next Wednesday evening. 16. Oregon at Idaho
Full details on this meeting will 17. Denver at Iowa State
be announced later. Riskey asks 18. Missouri at Vanderbilt
however, that all house groups 19. Marquette at Detroit
and teams should plan to be rep- 20. WashingtonSt. at Nebraska
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