THE MICMIGAN DAILY
Injury Hobbles Harper;
NFL Title Race Tightens;
Colts, Browns Tripped Up
Out as Starter
By FRED KATZ
Michigan's potential offensive
punch was lessened yesterdays
when Darrell Harper, number one
left halfback, was definitely
eliminated from a starting berth
against Indiana tomorrow.
Harper suffered a pulled leg
muscle in last week's game with
Illinois which has failed to heal
Harper participated in yester-
day's rehearsals in the mud and
steady downpour at Ferry Field.
However, he noticeably favored the
injured leg and couldn't run at full
Myers To Start
It is possible that Harper could
see some action, but Brad Myers
will be on the field at the opening
Harper's loss is a severe blow
to the Wolverines whovare still
searching for their second Big Ten
win of the season.
The 195-pounder from Royal
Oak is Michigan's leading ground
gainer with a net total of 286
yards in 52 carries. Harper is sec-
ond in the Conference in rushing
with 5.5 yards gained per carry.
Reid Bushong, Harper's under-
study at the left half position,
who sustained a hip injury last
week, is not expected to play at
This has necessitated the re-
shifting of Myers back to the left
side position after having been
moved to right half following the
Deskins To Play
Don Deskins, Michigan's big
right tackle who suffered bruised
hips against the Illini, is expected
to start to keep the Wolverine line
Injuries1 have balanced each'
other out, however, for Coach
Dickens' Hoosiers are also having
Wingback Tom Campbell is rele-
gated to the sidelines for the rest
of the season due to a split finger
bone received last week. Campbell
had been averaging nearly five
yards per carry.
With Campbell out, Dickens will
have to rely upon three sopho-
mores at the wingback, Will Scott,
Richie Bradford and Randy Wil-
Also reported in doubtful condi-
tion are tailbacks Teddy Smith
and Tommy McDonald. Smith,
Indiana's leading gainer with an!
average of 5.7 yards, has been
hampered with a charley horse.
Indiana pulls into town today
and will put up at the Huron
Hotel in Ypsilanti. Game time
tomorrow will be 1:30.
... rugged back
ON THE I-M SCENE:
DTP Stops Psi Omega, 8-0
By AL SINAI
Just as any pro team can win
on any given day. the complexion
of the National Football League's
title race can change in one week.
Two weeks ago, it seemed that
no team could stop the runaway
Baltimore Colts and Cleveland
Browns in their respective bids
for the Western andsEastern Di-
Howevter,the Browns now find
themselves tied for first place
with the New York Giants and
Baltimore holds only a slim one!
game lead over the Chicago Bears.
The once invincible Browns
have lost two straight games, first
to the Giants, then to Detroit,
30-10, as the Lions made "Brown
and Company" look particularly
Baltimore, after sailing along
with six consecutive wins, ran up
against an inspired Giant team
last Sunday and dropped a close
Now, the Colts run headlong,
into the Chicago Bears in what
may turn out to be the game of
"It's a must game for both
teams," said Bear's coach, George
Halas earlier this week, "but they
can afford to lose and we can't."
The Bears' woik will be cut out
fqr them as the Colts have
amassed a tremendously powerful
club, both in offense and defense.
Baltimore leads the league in
points scored, total offense, and
is second in defense against rush-
'ing, having allowed only 3.8 yds.
John Unitas. who had been the
key to the Baltimore offense, suf-
fered several broken ribs two
weeks ago, and will definitely miss
this Sunday's game.
Halas has his own quarterback-
ing problems, as he hasn't derid-
ed whetmherto us s Ed Brown or
Zeke Bratkowski. The Bears'
backfield will continue to boast
suchstars as J. C. Caroline. John-
ny Morris, Rick Casaeres, and
Big Ten Track
CHICAGO('P)-The Big Ten and
the Central Collegiate Conference
hold their annual cross-country
championships toda.y in Washing-
In the Big Ten meet, Michigan
State defends its team title and
Minnesota's Buddy Edelen tries to
retain his individual crown.Seven
schools will be represented-Mich-
igan State, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and North-
By MIKE GILLMAN
Delta Theta Phi won the second
place professional fraternity play-
offs last night by blanking Psi
Omega, 8-0, on rain-soaked Wines
Both teams slid all over field
number one for a scoreless first
half. But right after the intermis-
sion, DTP quarterback Dick Mc-
Clear started hitting on his passes.
A 30-yd. toss to Bob Margolin, who
took it on his fingertips, brought
the ball into Psi Omega territory.
McClear hit on three straight
passes after that, the third one to
John Swinford for the game's only
score. Margolin took a pin-pointed
pass for the extra points.
If field one was muddy, number
two was a lake, and Prescott and
Phi Delta Chi with little at stake
in the fifth place playoff had a
lot of fun splashing through it.
When it was all over, Prescott was
on the long end of a 14-6 score.
Joe Balcerowiak and Bob Roll
tallied the two Prescott touch-
The third-place playoff in the
pro league saw Phi Alpha Kappa
top Phi Chi, 14-8.
Cooley Elders stoppped Kappa7
Alpha Psi, 8-0, in the only inde-
pendent game of the night. Roger
Norris broke loose for a 35-yd.
scamper along the right sideline
in the second half to set up his
own touchdown run around the
opposite end on the following play.
The big game of the night was
to be for the Independent cham-
pionship between Fredrick House,
and the Kitchen Keepers. Fredrick
House asked to have this game
postponed because four of their
players are still sick in the after-
math of South Quad's food poison-
Social Fraternity Swimming:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 45, Kappa
Sigma 15; Psi Upsilon 35, Phi
Delta Theta 21; Theta Xi 42, Zeta
Beta Tau 14; Delta Chi 28, Phi
Kappa Tau 25; Sigma Nu 36, Delta
Upsilon 23; Zeta Psi 1, Theta Delta
Chi 0 (forfeit); Delta Tau Delta
46, Alpha Epsilon Pi 11; Alpha Tau
Omega 43, Acacia 10; Chi Psi 36,
Alpha Delta Psi 20; Tau Delta Phi
28, Delta Kappa Epsilon 25; Alpha
Sigma Phi 38, Chi Phi 19.
Volleyball scores: Kelsey. 6,
Greene 0; Taylor 6, Anderson 0;
Strauss 6, Winchell 0; Chicago 5,
Scott 1; Michigan 4, Reeves 3;
Lloyd 4, Cooley 2; Sigma Phi
Epsilon 4, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1;
Sigma Chi 4, Phi Gamma Delta 2;
Psych. B 6, Geography 0; Psych C
6, English B 0; Psych D 6, Health
Service 0; Botany A 6, Nat. Re-
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