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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1959

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ASSCHOLAR AND ATHLETE:
° Johnson Honored by Big Ten
aw Walter N. Johnson of Dearborn,
h . J onr of Dfor considerable yardage. One in ning and passing departments. The Conference Medal dates
Michigan football team for the particular, a 56 yard run In the Last year's winner was Jim Or- back to 1914 and is awarded an-
past three seasons, has been Minnesota game, set up Michi- wig of Toledo, 1957 captain and nually at each institution to the
awarded the Western Conference gan's second touchdown as the tackle. Among other gridders who
Medal for proficiency in scholar- Wolverines edged the Gophers by have won the honor in recent stdrntidemnsyin hgreat-
ship and athletics. a narrow 20-19 margin. years are Terry Barr, 1957, now a est proficiency in scholarship and
The rugged 220-pound wing- Former Head Football Coach halfback with the Detroit Lions a
man who has just graduated from Bennie Oosterbaan termed John- and a manufacturer's representa-osa
3the School of Business Adminis- son "one of our most persevering, tive; Danny Cline, former half- WELCOME STUDENTS k
tration, has maintained better hard-working players." Ooster- back, now studying medicine at 10 Barbers-No Waiting
than a "B" average during four baan also commented favorably the University Medical School; Air-Conditioned
years at the University. During t ohnson's good running abil- Dick Balzhiser fullback, 1954,!-onBabe
that time he also won three var- it and ruggedness on defense. The Dascola Barber
sity letters in football and earned Johnson and Prahst were par- now a nuclear physicist on the
the reputation as one of the Big ticularly effective in both the run- University faculty.
Ten's best ends.
z Johnson came to Michigan from
* Dearborn High School where he
xf played quarterback under Coach
Al Bush. At Michigan he was
,:,. shifted to end where he played 56
minutes as a sophomore. A strong
blocker as well as an outstanding
..",defensive player, he moved up to
.--.regular right end in his junior
year playing 307 minutes.
Last year he played 380 min-
utes, being exceeded only by
tackle Don Deskins with 385 min-
'' f.. . *"4utes among his mates.FE U K
Johnson is probably not as well
."'.,. known for his playing ability as-=
-David Giltrow he should be because he played
RUGGED RUNNER - Walter Johnson starts on a run after nder tMichigan s bes endPrahst,
catching a pass during the Minnesota game last year. Johnson's Ron Kramer.
athletic ability combined.-with h is high scholastic standing quali- Football fans saw Johnson
fied him for the Western Conference Medal- make several long runs last year
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while having your hair cut F o b l i k t O d r
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71 ot nvriy7:00 A.M.-11:00 P.M. Daily through June 25th -
-~__~-_ ~ Ticket applications for Michi-
. e . ' ."gan's 1959 six home-game football her 17 opponent and this game
schedule were in the mail today to will be featured also by Band 7
110,000 prospective purchasers, Alumni Day while October 24 will 7:00 A.M.-10:00 P.M. through Thursday)June 26th
O M F O R T according to H. O. (Fritz) Crisler, find Michigan at Minnesota be- 7:00 A.M.- 8:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday through
Wolverine director of athletics. fo e ti fo theHomeAugust 14th
z ~~~~~~Orders are being accepted now. ing contest with Wisconsin Octo-8:0AM-:0P..Sna
i The Wolverine schedule will her 31.7:0A. -800PM Dal Blnc ofSm e
have Michigan State and Ohio .Ohio State will invade the Sta- 7:00 A.M.- 8:00 P.M. Daily-Balance of Summer
State back on the home card this dium November 21 after the Wol-
season as well as Wisconsin, last verines have journeyed to Illinois
year's Big Ten runner-up in the November 7 and Indiana Novem- CAFETERIA-Ground floor-Air Conditioned
-" Big Ten race. The Badgers will re- ber 14.
place Iowa on the schedule, and Following is the schedule: Lunch 1 1 :30 A.M.-1 :00 P.M. Daily
will return to Ann Arbor after an Sept. 26 Missouri at Ann Arbor
Oct. 3 Michigan State at Ann Arbor 12:00 Noon-2:00 P.M Sunday,
absence of nine years. The Wol- Oct. 10 Oregon State at Ann Arbor
verines downed Wisconsin 26-13 Oct. 17 Northwestern at Ann ArborDinr 50 P. -7 0PM. aly ndS dy
in their last contest here in 1950. Oct. 24 Minnesota at Mnneapoi Dinner 5:00 P.M.-700 P.M. Daily and Sunday
Oct. 31 Wisconsin at Ann Arbor
Missouri Here Nov. 7 Illinois at Champaign
Missouri, coached by former Nov. 14 Indiana at Bloomington OPEN ALL SUMMER
Spartan assistant Dan Devlne, Nov. 21 Ohio State at Ann Arbor
will add local as well as intersec-
tional interest to the opener here -
September 26. The contest with A nA b rM I IIGR O -i' or
Sthe Big Eight team,, regardeda Ann Arbo MAIN DINING ROOM-First floor-
the league's best bet to upset 4e
Oklahoma this year, also will G olon itioned
x mark Michigan's first appearance
x under its new head coach, Chal- Breakfast 7:30 A.M.-9:00 A.M. Daily
mers (Bump) Elliott who succeed-
ed BenniemOosterbaan January 1 Lunch 12:00 Noon-1:30 P.M. Daily
Michigan State will come to Dinner 6:00 P.M-7:30 P.M. Daily
Ann Arbor on October 3 with
prospects of another sell-out at- Owen D. Campbell of Ann Ar- Cosed Saturday and Sunday
traction. The contest has sold out bor tied with Dr. Donald J. Jaf- C
every season at both Michigan far for first place in the Michigan
evey eand Eat bothnicign Seniors Golf Association Tourna- Closed 1 hrL September 7th
Stadium and East Lansing since ment held in Port Huron lastCAugust1oe
1948.hog
Oregon Travels Here week.
Oregon State, Pacific Coast It was the first time in the 29
champ two years ago and runner- year history of the tournament
chap tws ears agoi and runnoer- that two men have tied for the BILLIARD ROOM -Second floor
upnlsth saillbthme Wolver- top honors. Both men had a total
ines third straight home oppon- score of 154 for the 36 hole, two
ent October 10. day trm t Ba Rver 12:00 Noon-9:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
: day tournament at Black River
tized Brands This game also will be featured Golf Course. Jaffar won the tour- 12:00 Noon-6:00 P.M. Saturday
by high school Band Day. 1nameNot-6last.. yearda
Northwestern will be the Octo- Campbell led the field the first Closed Sunday
day with a 75 for the first 18
TesAce holes. His second round total
1einIs soared to 79 giving Jaffara BARBER SHOP-Ground floor-Air Conditioned't

chance to tie.
E im i ated Jaffar effected a strong finish, 8:30 A.M.-5:15 P.M. Daily except Sunday
shooting a 79 the first day and
Ra in Wear Ba Foimei' Wolverine tnnis .ace finishing strongly with a 75. SWIMMING POOL Ground floor
Barry MacKay was° eliminated S I M N
from the London Tennis Tourney
by an Australian, Frank Gorman, 12:00 Noon-9:00 P.M. Daily except Sunday
last Friday.
MacKay, who was attempting
to recover his form after a six- Ope Daily 11tA.M.-11P.M.
month stretch in the Air Force, ,.
19-year-old Australian.
n Arbor Bank In other action Alex Olmedo of
the United States Davis Cup
Team smashed his way into the
semi-final round of the tourney
with a victory over Australian Bob an
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