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Jobson, McNitt, W. Smith
In Doubtful Playing Status
ON THE I-M SCENE:
Nu Sigs Triumph, 36-0
By FRED KATZv
Michigan's depth, a major weak-
ness in the two games played thus
far, will be lessened even further
tomorrow against Navy.
Guard Tom Jobson, tackle Willie
Smith and right halfback Gary
McNitt, all on the second team,
are expected to be out of action
for the Wolverines' first clash with
the Middies since 1948.
Jobson and McNitt, both sopho-
mores, distinguished themselves
against Michigan State with their
fine defensive play.
Michigan put in one of its
longest single practice sessions of
the season, almost three hours in
duration, in preparation against
Navy's continually-changing de-
In the defense that the visitors
from Annapolis favor, the line-
men and line backers are excep-
tionally difficult to block.
Navy will arrive this morning
and set up temporary quarters at
the Huron Hotel in Ypsilanti. It
will work out briefly this after-
noon in Michigan Stadium.
The Navy student body won't
be seen by the near-sellout crowd
expected to be in attendance to-
morrow, but they most certainly
will be heard.
The Michigan Golf Course will
close for the season this Sunday.
All possessions must be removed
from the lockers by Sunday night.
The clubhouse will be open this
week so members may claim their
equipment, Director Harry Kase-
The Academy are expected to
gather 3,000 strong in their field-
house to listen to the game via a
radio - loudspeaker. Their cheers
will be jpiped to Ann Arbor over a
special telephone line and boomed
to the team through portable loud-
speakers on the field.
Wolverine end Gary Prahst
reaped Michigan's first official
honors this year by being named
'lineman of the week' by Sports
Prahst was cited for his play in
the Spartan game when he inter-
cepted a lateral and ran 42 yards
for a touchdown, and then set up
the second on a rugged tackle that
forced MSU to fumble.
... doubtful status
DEFEND I-M CROWN:
Phi Delis Win Track
By HAL APPLEBAUM
Nu Sigma Nu, I-M's winningest
team, ran only 14 plays from
scrimmage yesterday, but used
them all to great advantaged as
they rolled to a 36-0 triumph over
Alpha Kappa Kappa in their
opening round of professional
The Nu Sigs, perenially loaded
with former varsity players, have
practically the same team that
romped to last year's title.
Froncie Gutman, former Pur-
due quarterback, led the Nu Sig
attack, completing all of his eight
passes, three for touchdowns,
running for two scores, (one of
them a 50-yd. sprint) and, he in-
tercepted a pass.
Gutman stole a. pass on the
first play of the game and three
plays later he ran five yards for
a TD. Later Rog Netzer caught
two touchdown passes and Dave
Dingman a third to increase the
Nu Sig lead. Near the end of the
game Gutman ran the length of
the field for the final tally. Dan
Cline made the run possible with
a key block in which he took out
Housler Scores Difference
In other professional fraternity
games, Phi Rho Sigma edged Phi
Chi, 7-6, in overtime when Dick
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last play of the overtime.
Phi Epsilon Kappa also won an
o ertime thriller, 9-8, from Phi
elta Chi. Tau Epsilon Rho'
downed Alpha Rho Sigma,12-0,
and Phi Delta Phut whipped Phi
Delta Sigma Pi defeated Psi
Omega, 1-0, in a bitterly contest-
ed game under the lights at
Wines Field; Alpha Chi Sigma
beat Prescott 6-0. Alpha Omega
romped, 22-0, over Tyler. Delta
Theta Pi breezed by Alpha Kappa
In social fraternity 'W' action
Zeta Beta Tau beat Theta Xi,
26-2, Sigma Nu whipped: Phi
Kappa Tau, 14-0, Alpha Tau
Omega edged by Phi Kappa Tau
Montreal 3, Boston 2
(Only game played)
on a successful extra point, 8-6.
Delta Upsilon downed Alpha
Delta Phi, 6-0, and Theta Chi
eased by Phi Epsilon Pi 14-8.
Delta Tau Delta nipped Phi
Sigma Kappa, 1-0 (overtime) and
Phi Gamma Delta won from Chi
Phi by forfeit.
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Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma
Chi tied for second place honors
with 18 points.
Taking three firsts, two seconds
and three thirds, the winners got
the initial advantage when Bob
Dunlap and Tom Wilson won first
and second in the shot put. The
bulk of their scoring came when
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a second in the high jump and
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Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma
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Phi Delts' first place total as they
won only one first apiece. For
Lambda Chi, Fred Mowry won the
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in the shot put, 440, and high
The other houses figuring in'
the scoring were: Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, 15; Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
12%; Delta Tau Delta, 11; Sigma
Alpha Mu, 11; Delta Upsilon, 10;
Phi Gamma Delta, 8; Phi Sigma
Kappa, 4; Phi Sigma Delta, 5;
Sigma Phi, 3; Alpha Tau Omega,
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