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October 22, 1958 - Image 6

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ON THE IM SCENE:

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Delts Edge Sigma Chi, 1-0 1

I-M Social Fraternity "A" play-
offs got underway yesterday at
Ferry Field with a full schedule
of nine games.
In a thrilling overtime contest,
Delta Tau Delta defeated Sigma
Chi, 1-0, in a first place playoff.
On the last play of the overtime
period, Delta Tau Delta's John
Krause tossed a short five-yard
pass over the center of the line to
John Hoos for the victory.
Alpha Tau Omega ran into, a
pack of trouble in the presence of
Lambda Chi Alpha who romped
to a 20-0 win. Lambda Chi's Bill
Guiness passed for all his team's
points.
-Dick Hansen caught Guiness's
first touchdown toss, with Kerry
Johnson taking the throw for the
extra point. Lambda Chi's second
touchdown was scored on a beauti-
ful catch by Carl Walker of a 35
yd. pass, while Fred Mowry-caught
a 20-yd. throw for the victor's final
touchdown.
Penalties Hurt
In another first place playoff,
Delta Upsilon had two touchdowns
called back on penalties and then
Cadets $ till
In Top Spot
NEW YORE (P)-Army retained
its number one ranking in the
Associated Press weekly football
ratings on the strength of last
Saturday's 35-6 win over Virginia.
However, the Cadets top ranking
faces a serious threat this weekend
when they face rugged Eastern
rival Pittsburgh. The Panthers
possess a 3-1 record, losing only
to Michigan State.
Ohio State rated number one
before the start of the season
moved into the second slot by
walloping Indiana, 49-8. The Buck-
eyes also meet tough opposition
this weekend1 as they battle a
strong Wisconsin team which is
smarting from its first loss, to
Iowa.
In third position is surprising
Louisiana with a 5-0 record. The
Tigers take on a upset-minded
Florida team Saturday night.
Texas, Auburn and Mississippi1
are in the fourth, fifth and sixth
positions. All are top heavy favor-
ites in their respective games with
Baylor, Maryland and Arkansas.
Seventh ranked Iowa takes on
eighth ranked Northwestern in a
Big Ten battle. In other games
involving top teams ninth ranked
Oklahoma meets Kansas State and
tenth ranked Clemson faces South
Carolina.
Wisconsin and Michigan State
dropped from the top ten as a re-
sult of their losses last weekend.
They appeared in the top twenty
along with Purdue, upset victor
over the Spartans.
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lost to Sigma Alpha Mu on a.
safety, 2-0. /
Mort Sogaard of Theta Chi
caught two touchdown passes
thrown by Duane Wilse to lead
his team to an 18-6 victory over
Kappa Sigma in a second place,
playoff. Wilse passed to Chucks
Wilmont for Theta Chi's other
touchdown.
In other -second place playoffs,
Phi Gamma Delta beat Zeta Beta
Tau, 18-8, while Alpha Delta Phi
defeated Alpha Epsilon Phi,-8-0.
Jernigan Tosses
Ron Jernigan of Phi Ganima
Delta did all the passing in the
Phi Gain win, as he tossed touch-

down passes tq Phil Matthews, Don
M6Neil, and Dick Peterson, while.
Alpha Delta Phi's lone touch-
down came on a pass -from Dick
Majcher to Boyd Moilanen.
Ron Keller and Tom Lynch in-
tercepted stray passes thrown by
Theta,'Delta-Chi to lead Trigon to
a 12-0 win in a third place play-
off contest. Both passes were inter-
cepted incide the Theta Delt 20 yd.
line.
In other games, Alpha Sigma
Phi defeated Theta Xi, 12-0, in a
third place playoff, while Pi Lam-
bda Phi won their fourth place
playoff game over Delta Kappa
Epsilon, 1-0, by virtue of a forfeit.

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