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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDA

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ulian ' Runs Dazzle Navy Defenses

For The Man On The Way Up

'M' Halfbaek.
Shows Ability
On Defense
By DICK MINTZ
Fred Julian's dazzling running
in Saturday's game was no surprise
to the many Michigan fans who
followed his high school grid
career.
As a back at Detroit's Pershing
High he gained all-city, all-state
and All-America honors. Possess-
ing both drive and speed he totaled
18 touchdowns his senior year. His
total rushing gain of 1,504 yards
in 129 carries presented an un-
believable 11.4 yards average.
Darrell Harper, "M" reserve,
shared backfield honors with him
in '55 on the all-state team.
Injuries Hamper
The 5'" junior, hampered by
injuries last year, failed to impress
as. he totaled 42 minutes game
time.
Prior to the Navy game this
season he'd only carried the ball
once. That was a seven-yard dash'
against Southern California.
Against Navy though, Julian
took the ball 11 times and netted
74 yards. On defense he starred on
pass defense, leaping high into the.,
air to block passes aimed high over
his head.
Genyk Stars
Another product of Pershing
High. George Genyk in his un-
assumingrole at left tackle, en-
joyed as fine an afternoon as his
former high school teammate. De-
livering keblocks and standing
out on defensive play, he drew
great praise from the critical eyes
of the line coaches.
"He's not- a spectacular ball
player," one member of the coach-
ing staff commented, "but he's the
kind of a boy you like to have in
there--a football player's football
player."
Noskin Sidelined
Again on the sidelines during
today's practice was Stan Noskin.
Noskin, second string quarterback,
sustained a hip injury during Sat-
urday's game and was unable to
run. It is uncertain how long he
will be out.,,
John Herrnstein, confined to,
University Hospital, will be under-
going observation today to de-
termine exactly the extent of his
injury. The rugged fullback, defi-
nitely out of football, may forfeit
a baseball playing career as well.
Cage Meeting
Varsity Basketbal Coach Bill
Perigo invites all freshmen in-
terested in trying out for the
team to a. meeting tomorrow,
7 p.m. at Yost Fieldhouse.
All candidates are requested,
to bring their own equipment.

ON THE I-M SCENE:-
. Sig Eps Halt Phi Sig, 8-0

By TOM WITECKI
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma
Chi and Sigma Alpha Mu all
gained berths in the social fra-
ternity 'A' football championship
playoffs by winning their games
at Ferry Field yesterday.
The Sig Eps scored on a short
pass from Larry LaverCombe to
Charley Turner to give them a
hard-fought 8-0 victory over a
stubborn Phi Sigma Delta squad.
Sparked by Jack Mogk's three
touchdown tosses, SAE ground out
a 22-6 win over Delta Sigma Phi.
iAke Sports?
The Michigan Intramural Sports
Department. is looking for under-
graduate men who are interested in
athletics.
Senior Manager Dick Griebel is
trying to fill his staff of Intra-
mural Managers, which is gener-
ally composed of 10 students -
five sophomores, three juniors and
two seniors.
These I-M managers help in the
execution of the vast Michigan in-
tramural system. Three to four
hours a. week, arranged to fit the
manager's schedule, are all that is
required.
Interested men who want more
information should contact the in-
tramural office at the Sports Build-
ing either~in person or by phone at
NO 3-4181.

Playing an all around good game
for Delta Sig was Harvey Johnson
who scored their lone touchdown.
Lambda Chi's spread formation
met with continued success as they
rolled to a 32-0 win over Zeta Psi.
Nick Mitea scored three times in
Sigma Chi's 32-0 romp over Phi
Kappa Sigma. The Sammies won
their berth on the strength of a
34-0 win over Pi Lambda Phi.
In other 'A' games Alpha Epsi-
lon Pi shut out Acacia, 16-0, Phi
Kappa Tau edged Tau Delta Phi,
8-0, Zeta Beta Tau walloped Psi
Upsilon, 28-0, and Kappa Sigma
topped Theta Xi 6-0.
In "B" action SAE edged Sigma
Phi Epsilon, 8-0, in an evenly
matched contest. Battlingto a
scoreless tie in regulation time
SAE broke the deadlock in over-+
time when John LeSage raced the
length of the field with an inter-

cepted pass for the game's only
score.
In other. "B" games Sigma Chi
beat Chi Psi 8-0, Phi Delta Theta
blanked Beta Theta Pi, 24-0, Delta
Chi nipped Tau Delta Phi, 14-6,
and Tau Kappa Epsilon won over
the Sammies, 12-6.
Sailing Club
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WinsRegatta
The Michigan Sailing Club
gained top honors last weekend in
a ten-team sailing regatta at Ohio
State's Sciota River.
Dexter Thede skippered the "A"
crew which accounted for most of
the 142 point winning total. Otto
Scherer headed the "B" crew.

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-Daily-Peter Anderson
IT'S MY FOOTBALL-Halfback Fred Julian stretches to snag the
football out of the waiting arms of Navy's Dick Zembruski in
Saturday's game. Julian starred on offense for the Wolverines in
Navy's 20-14 victory.

REPLACES LAYNE:
Morrall Shines in First Lion Game

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By AL SINAI
How does it feel to try to fill
the shoes of a great athlete and
field leader who is suddenly traded
to another ball club?
Detroit Lion quarterback Earl
Morall had this answer:
"Naturally, I was a little nervous
because of the circumstances. The
Army Heads
Top Teams
Army head the list of the top
10 teams in this week's poll. Fol-
lowing the Cadets in order are
Auburn, Ohio State, Wisconsin
and Michigan State which com-
plete the top five.
Navy, Texas, Mississippi, Louisi-
ana State and Clemson complete
the top teams. Big Ten teams in,
the top 20 are Iowa, 13, North-
western, 17 ,and Michigan, 19.

guys and the plays are. different,
but pro football is still my job."
Morall was the principal subject
in a surprise Detroit-Pittsburgh
trade last week, which saw veteran
Bobby Layne. of the Lions traded
to the Steelers for Morall and two
high draft choices.
Layne, never tremendously pop-
ular with the Detroit fans, is re-
garded as. one of the greats of
the National Football League, and
is the player primarily responsible
for the Lions' championships in
1952, 1953, 1954, and 1957,
MorralStars
However, Coach George Wilson
of Detroit wasted no time in put-
ting Morrall on the spot Sunday,
although the ex-AllAmerican from
Michigan State had only practiced
with the Lions a few days.
Morrall responded by throwing
two touchdown passes in clutch
situations. One was a 54-yard toss
to Hopalong Cassady, and the

other a pass for 18 yards to Gene
Gedman.. Each time, the touch-
downs tied the score.
Both Lion President Edwin An-
derson and Wilson agreed that
Morall played a fine game.
"Under the circumstances, he
did a fine job, Wilson comment-
ed. "He has nothing to be ashamed
of," the Detroit coach added.
"My only regret is that I threw.
one pass a second too soon," said
Morrall, referring to an inter-
cepted pass meant for Jim Doran
which led to the Ram victory.
Coach Wilson declined to com-
ment whether Morrall would split
the quarterback duties 50=50 with
Tobin Rote, or be relegated to a
second string position.
Morrall, a third year quarter-
back, played with the Steelers all
last year, finishing fifth in the
league in passing. He completed'
48.1 per cent of his passes, aver-
aging 6.57 yards per try.

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Entry blanks are available at The Daily for those who wish to
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atestant is allowed only one entry.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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1. MICHIGAN at Northwestern
2. Illinois at Minnesota
3. Indiana at Ohio State
4. Iowa at Wisconsin
5. Michigan State at Purdue
6. Alabama at Tennessee
7. Auburn at Georgia Tech
8. Penn State at Boston U.
9. California at Southern Cal.
0. Harvard at Columbia

11. Duke at Notre Dame
12. Maryland at North Carolina
13. Navy at Tulane
14. N. C. State at Wm. & Mary
15. Washington State at Oregon
16. West Virginia at Pittsburgh
17. Air Force at Stanford
18. UCLA at Washington
19. Kansas at Oklahoma.
20. Vanderbilt at Florida

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