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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1969
TIlE MICHIGAI DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2@~ 1S~R
Tallies * Score Pads * Place Cards
strauss, Kelsey Victorious
:n Other Football Playoffs
South Quad Independents
Nip Kitchen Keepers, 7-6
(Congress and Kern)
Duplicate Bridge Boards
I RUST CRAFT GREETING CARDS
By TOM WITECKI
Gomberg topped Cooley. 16-0,
st night before a frost-bitten
-owd at Wines Field, to win the
sidence hall 'B' football cham-
Held scoreless til midway in
ze first half by fired-up Cooley
efense, Gomberg scored spectac-
axly on a 35-yd. pass play from
iarterback Dick Lyons to Joe
Cooley took the ensuing kickoff
d moved down to the Gomberg
mainly on passes from' Bob
7hitehouse to Jim Gnewuch.
owever, the scoring drive was
warted when a Gomberg de-
nder picked off Whitehouse's
In the second half, the Big Red
d by the running and passing of
yons staged a 71-yd. scoring
'ive. Murillo climaxed the drive
lien he grabbed a 20-yd. pass
om Lyons, sidestepped a Cooley'
fender, and went in for the
rauss sparked by the passing of
.11 Matakas edged Taylor, 8-6.
In the second place 'A' playoffs,
hi Alpha Delta 4, Tau Epsilon Rho 2
rescott 6, Alpha Rho Chi 0
elta Sigma P1 6, Phi Epsilon Kap-
aw Club 4, Delta Theta phi 2
hi Alpha Kappa 6, Alpha Kappa Psi
u Sigma Nu 6, Phi Rho Sigma 0
si Omega 5, Delta Sigma Delta 1
yler 6, Alpha Kappa Kappa 0
otany 'B' 3, Sociology 3l
acertiology 6, Extension 0
New York 7, 'oronto
Cincinnati 119, Boston 103
Late in the first half he tossed
a 20-yd. pass to Bill Marx for a
touchdown and then hit Hugh
Weller for the all important extra
On the first play following the
kickoff, Taylor scored on a razzle-
dazzle, 40-yd. pass play with Mike
Seidel on the receiving end. A
strong defense protected Strauss'
slender lead throughout the second
Last minute heroics on the part
of Bruce Baldwin enabled Kelsey
to squeak out a 7-6 victory over
Gomberg in the third place 'A'
Tied 6-6 at the end of regula-
tion time, the teams went into
overtime and Gomberg quickly
gained an advantage when Pete
By MIKE GILLMAN
Fredrick House edged Kitchen
Keepers, 7-6, for the I-M Inde-
pendent football title in overtime
last night as Joe Maggini drove
past the midfield stripe on Fred-
rick's last carry.
The winning penetration point
capped a comeback drive by the
South Quad team which was led by
the running of Maggini and the
passing of Gil Asher.
Fredrick scored late in the game
to overcome a 6-0 halftime deficit.
Asher hit on four consecutive'
passes to lead his team down
the field, and the fourth one
found Al Wright alone in the
end zone for the tying tally.
Up to this point, a ball-hawk-
ing Kitchen Keeper team had
stopped three Fredrick drives with
key interceptions. One of these
was a goal line steal of an Asher
pass that would have tied the
score in the first period.
Another came early in the sec-
ond half. Darryl Wareing took the
kickoff and followed a wave of-
blbckers to the Kitchen Keeper
20, where a penalty brought the
Baker caught Kelsey quarterback
Dave Decoster behind the line of
scrimmage for a big loss. Gom-
berg penetrated even deeper into
Kelsey territory when Tom Weaver
caught a pass from Stan Pincura.
This set the stage for Baldwin's
heroics. Decoster tossed a long 40-
yd. pass deep into Gomberg ter-
ritory which Baldwin, seemingly
covered by the Gomberg defend-
ers, made a twisting "impossible"
catch of. Rejuvenated by Bald-
win's catch the Kelsey defense
held Gomberg deep in its territory
to clinch the game.
In a "B" fifth-place playoff game
Scott nipped Lloyd, 7-6, in another
Army Over Navy
Sparked by the passing and
running of quarterback Fred Mow-
rey, Army R.O.T.C. downed Navy
R.O.T.C., 18-8, to win an inde-
pendent league contest.
Mowrey was personally respon-
sible for all three of his team's
markers as he connected with end
Dick Thompson for two scoring
aerials and ran 40 yards for the
final Army TD.
SPEEDY HALFBACK-Joe Maggini skirts end late in the game
as Fredrick Mouse battles from behind to take the Independent
League crown from Kitchen Keepers, 7-6.
ball to the 5-yd. line. But the
interception here cut off another
The Keepers got their only score
the first time they had the ball.
On the third play after the open-
ing kickoff, Phil Whittaker took a
pass and ran the left side line for
the touchdoWn on a play covering
Fredrick, which houses upper-
classmen and transfer students,
chose to play Independent rather
than in the Residence League this
year, and apparently found the
league to their liking.
This was a "must" game for the
South Quad team, for they had
already notified the Michiganen-
sian that they were to be listed as
the Independent Champions!
A determined Michigan quad
ran through both offensive and
defensive drills yesterday in pre-
paration for the closing classic of
the season agkinst Ohio State.
Polishing its offense in a series
of five minute scrimmages, the
Wolverines rushed against a re-
serve unit dressed in the Red and
Grey uniforms of the Buckeye
Frank Kremblas, who leads the
Buckeye's ground attack from his
quarterback slot won't be playing
Saturday, so the Wolverines per-
fected their pass defense as well in
anticipation of a possible diversi-
fied Buckeye offense.
Wolverines who sustained in-
juries in last week's game were
withheld from practice.
DUNCAN, WHITE LEADERS:
Hawke yves Pace Big Ten in Offense
by Fred Katz
A New Tradition ?
1OW IS a -tradition born? Sometimes spontaneously, sometimes
with much deliberation and planning.
Usually the latter isn't too successful, Artificiality and tradition
on't always seem compatible. Michigan students have to look no
arther than the ill-received Paul Bunyan trophy, symbolic of victory
i the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry, to see how unpopular a
lanned tradition can become.
Thus it is with some apprehension that we await the activity at
Fines Field at 8:30 tonight. Chi Phi, champion of I-M social fraternity
)otball teams, has accepted a challenge from Allen-Rumsey, residence
all titlist, that the two meet to determine a sort of "champion of
Gary Wiren, Allen-Rumsey assistant resident advisor and football
)ach, emphasizes that "this very definitely has nothing to do with
a all-campus championship, and is not sponsored by the I-M Dept."
"We just feel that since some spirit of competition has always
Kisted between fraternities and residence halls, a great deal of,
iterest would be created by a game between the champions of each,"
He continues, "Thus we would like to start some type of perman-
it tradition. Maybe the IHC and IFC would put up a trophy for
pture games if this one proved successful."
IHC President Bob Ashton has already voiced approval of the
Says Ashton, "Many persons seem to feel a game of this sort
ould be no contest, since the fraternities generally have older and
Ater athletes. I don't think that this really matters. The important
ing is the better relationship that can be developed by such friendly
)ther School's Vews..
ARL RISKEY, director of the I-M Department, and generally in
' favor of the game, points out that competition between affiliates
id independents at other schools has been found satisfactory. These
lleges have pointed towards Michigan's system (complete separation
all housing groups into their own league) as being more suitable.
But we are in complete agreement with the statements by Wiren
d Ashton that this type of annual competition could be both an
tertaining and beneficial thing. We just hope that the Michigan
tmpus, which has a subtle way of scoffing at something new, realizes
at not all traditions had to be started by our grandfathers.
By BILL ZOLLAI
Iowa established a new Big Ten
record for total offense with an
average gain of 416.7 yards per
game and moved into first place in
the same department nationally
despite last Saturday's loss.
Michigan, exhibiting very little
offensively against Indiana, fell
from fourth to seventh in the
Conference statistics, although two
players showed very well in the
Michigan's .Bob Ptacek main-
tained his .number four rank
among the leading passers behind
Randy Duncan of Iowa, Dick
Thornton of Northwestern, and
Dale Hackbart of Wisconsin. Pta-
cek has completed 35 out of 69
tosses for 431 yards and two
Fifth in Offense
The Wolverine quarterback is
also fifth in total offense, having
gained 510 yards overall. The three
aforementioned quarterbacks and
Ohio State's fullback, Bob White,
Brad Myers moved into the num-
ber one position in the Big Ten in
punting with an average kick of
42.5 yards. His fine kicking pulled
Michigan out of holes several times
in the Hoosier game. He is also
fourth in kickoff returns.
Duncan and White virtually
wrapped up four offensive titles
with their great performances in
the Iowa-Ohio State battle. Dun-
can clicked on 22 passes for 249
yards, and now has a total of 898
yards gained via the aerial route,
a margin of better than 300 over
his nearest rival, Thornton.
Duncan has thrown seven TD
flips. He also moved into first place
in total offense with 910 yards.
Still One Game
White, with one game still to be
played, has plunged for a total of
635 yards, accumulating 209 of
them last weekend. He has2yet to
be thrown for a loss.
The smashing Buckeye has
scored 60 points on 10 touchdowns
to lead in this department and
has an 18 point spread over Willie
Fleming of Iowa. Fleming, how-
ever, has completed his Big Ten
competition for the year.
Fleming ,the sophomore flash,
set a record for yards per carry,
averaging 8.8 yards in 41 attempts.
Rich Kreitling of Illinois tops
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The. winner will receive two free tickets to the State Theatre
where "Mardi Gras" starring Pat Boone will open on Friday.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
the pass receivers with 18 passes
caught for 540 yards and five
Defensively, Purdue has clinched
the Big Ten title with Michigan.
State second. Michigan is last in
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