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THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

FRIDAY,

THEMICIGA DALY R fAY

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ON THE I-,l SCENE:
Chi Phi Wins Trophy

4 More Days of
ANKSGIVING SAVINGS!

SUITS

TO PCOATS
SPRTCOATS

SLACKS
JACKETS

ROBES

By MIKE GILL\LANG
Chi Phi, scoring on its first
series of downs, held off Allen-
Rumsey to take an 8-0 win in the
"Champion of Champions" game
last night.
Bruce Conybeare tallied the
only touchdown of the evening
with the prettiest bit of broken
field running of the I-M season.
His 21-yard scamper in the first'
quarter capped a drive that Chi
Phi started on their own 25 yard
line.
Completes Passes
Conybeare set up his own TD by
completing three straight passes,
two to Terry Ziegler, and one to
Bruce Mitchell to bring the ball
to the Rumsey 21 yard line. He
broke loose down the right side-
line on the next play for the score.
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Conybeare's favorite receiver,
Mitchell, took a short pass up the
middle for the extra points to fin-
ish the scoring for the night. I
Chi Phi again started to roll the
next time they had the ball. A!
double pass from Conybeare to
Mitchell and back to Conybeare
accounted for 20 yards and
brought the ball deep into Allen-
Rumsey territory. But Frank Vel-I
lucci intercepted to keep the West!
Quadders in the game.
Defense Stiffens
Scott Cleveland then hit Carl
Prior for a 30-yard gain and fol-
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'Senior Parade'
Marks Practice
By JIM BIENAGH
B Btrips has Tom DeMassa, a stubby
Football Coach Bennie Ooster- (5'8" and 185 pounds) guard from
baan .hustled his Wolverines
through a brisk two-and-a-half- Detroit, added to the third-team
hour workout yesterday in the line. DeMassa, who has not played
season's last heavy practice and yet this season, is a junior.
found out that some of the en- The Wolverines had Darrell
thusiasm that his squadsmen had Harper and Fred Julian back in
at the first part 'of the year was action yesterday. Both were in-
revived. jured as Michigan fell to Indiana
The big news at Ferry Field last week.
however was not the concentra- The Wolverines ended yester-
tion of defense to stop Ohio State's day's cold drills with a "parade of
powerful attack but a reshuffled seniors" at the extra point tee.
traveling squad. Each of them was allowed to kick
New Squad extra points until they missed one.
The new squad includes 14 Guard Jerry Marciniak earned
seniors in the list of 36 names the laurels by booting nine in a
released. Among the fourth-year row. Oosterbaan, at the final prac-
men making their first trip on the tice of his 11-year head coaching
Wolverine plane, which leaves stint, volunteered to try the last
Willow Run at 3 p.m. this after- kick, admitting "I have a pair of
noon are John Batsakes, Jim bad legs but still have some spirit
Byers, Bill MacPhee, Gordon Mor- for this stuff left." His kick was
row and Maynard Steeten. wide.

oWed ti up wtI a screen pass to
Vellucci for five more. But Chi
Phi'shdefense stiffened and Rum-
sey had to give up the 'ball on
downs.
Neither team could get a drive
going in the second half as both
Allen-Rumsey and Chi Phi had
two potential scoring thrusts
stopped by interceptions.
First Trophy Presentation
Following the game, Allen-
Rumsey made the first presenta-
tion of the A. D. Stragilian tro-
phy which may become the sym-
bol of football superiority between
the Residence Hall champions and
the winners of the Social Frater-
aity league in years to cqme.
The trophy, which strangely re-
sembles a tombstone, weighs 250
pounds and it took four of Chi
Phi,'s huskiest men to take it from
the field.
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-Daily-Peter Anderson
ALL ALONE-Brad Myers, Michigan halfback Is surrounded by
Indiana tacklers and Is about to be stopped after a short gain
against the Hoosiers last week. Myers will be available for dutyr at
both left and right halfback against Ohio State this weekend.

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Another change from earlierI

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Traveling Squad
The traveling squad: Batsakes,
Jerry Bushong, Byers, DeMassa,
Don Deskins, Jim Dickey, Mike
Fillichio, George Genyk, Jim Gray,
John Halstead, Harper, Hilde-
brandt, Jobson, Bob Johnson, Walt
Johnson, Julian, Gary Kane, Mac-
Phee, Marciniak,HGary McNitt,
Morrow, Myers, Harry Newman,
Stan Noskin, Dave Palomaki, Paul
Poulos, Gary Prahst, Bob Ptacek,
Gene Sisinyak, Gerry Smith. John
Spidel, Stetten, Dick Syring, John
Walker, Jack Zachary.

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Record crowds, dramatic games,
outstanding individual play, and
the element of surprise have been
the keynotes of the 1958 pro foot-
ball season; the most successful
season in NFL history,

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Crowds upwards of 50,000 per
game have flocked to stadiums,
breaking all attendance records,'
with not the slightest inkling of
what drama might unfold before
them on any given day.
Who are the people responsible
for making 1958 the NFL's most
interesting season?,
They are persons like Commis-
sioner Bert Bell, coaches Paul
Brown and George Halas, players
Jimmy Brown, Tobin Rote, Eddie
LeBaron, and Jim Pace.
Remarkable Foresight
Commissioner Bell, since the
merger of the All-America Con-
ference with the NFL in 1950, has
,shown 'remarkable foresight in
running the league.
Examples of this are the NFL
policies of drafting players, and
televising only away games. Poli-
cies like these have paid off'in
record attendance and a well-
balanced league.
Coach Paul Brown with his quiet
drive has his Cleveland team on
their way to an unprecedented
eighth division crown, while Chi-
cako Bear mentor George Halas
has loudly returned to active
coaching.
Halas has livened up the already
often occurring fights between
players, by tangling with both
players and fans himself, and, at
the same time, keeping his talented
Bears within striking distance of
Baltimore.
Perhaps the most outstanding
pro player of the year has been

Brown, who packs 230 lbs. on a
body characterized by a 30 inch
waist, broke the NFL's rushing
mark of 1,146 yards set by the
great Steve Van Boren in 1949.
Barring serious injury, he will
probably break Van Buren's -sea-
son touchdown record of 18 with-
in the next two games.
Men like quarterback Tobin Rote
of the Lions, and Washington Red-
skin signal caller Eddie LeBaron
have kept fans glued to their seats
on many a Sunday afternoon.
"When 215 lbs. of power (Rote)
Rifle Team
Wins Opener
The University Army ROTC
Rifle team last night won the
opening match of the '58-'59 sea-
son by defeating Eastern Michigan
College by .a score of 1352 to 1341.
The Michigan high man was Keith
Johnson with a score of 281. Paul
Gogulski and Robert White, were
second and third respectively.
Last year the University team
retained the championship of the
Inter - Service Rifle League by
winning every match except one.
Since the League was organized in
1955 Michigan has consistently
won.
The team has a full schedule
again this year. This weekend it'
meets the University of Toledo at
Toledo. M/Sgt. Guy D. Jones is
the team coach and Captain
Dwight O. Henderson is the team
adviser.

bootlegs the ball around end, then
he's tough to stop," says Frankie
Albert, San Francisco 49er coach,
a one-time top-flight T quarter-
back himself, "I'd have to rate
Rote and Billy Wade of the Rams
as the top all-around quarterbacks
we've faced."
Little Eddie LeBaron is 165 lbs.
of power, as he continues to be
among the top quarterbacks in the
league with a record of 9.92 yds.
gained per pass. LeBaron has
shown that a small man can still
play with the beefy pros.
Last on the list of names, is
Jimmy Pace, All-America Michi-
gan star in 1957 and now a San
Francisco 49er. He is only one of
many outstanding rookies in the
NFL who will be the core of the
league in later years.
"He is still a bit, away from be-
ing a top pro, but we think he can
do it," commented 49er Coach
Albert after Sunday's 35-21 loss to
the Lions.
And what is Pace's comment
about pro ball?
"They hit hard, run hard, and
just know what they're doing," he
said bewilderedly after playing
only three minutes against Detroit.

DON MOSSSI
.new Tiger

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YOU'VE SEEN A LOT OF FORECASTS, but ..

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PRO ROUNDUP
Jensen Chosen MVII;
Tigers Trade Martin
Bly The Associated- Press t

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Jackie Jensen, Boston's Golden
Boy outfielder, yesterday was
named the American League's
Most Valuable Player for 1958.
Choice of the 31-yr.-old all-
around athlete by the Baseball
Writers Assn. of America broke aJ
New York stranglehold. A Yankee
had won it the last four seasons
and six out of the last eight.
Jensen, the League's RBI Cham-
pion with 122, drew 223 points in
the voting of a 24-member of
Globetrotters
'To Play Here
The fabulous Harlem Globetrot-
ters and Wilt Chamberlain will
make their only appearance of the
year in Ann Arbor Tuesday night
Nov. 25.
The Globetrotters and their en-
tire entourage will appear at 8:00
p.m. Tuesday night in the Ann
Arbor High School Gym. The,,
Globetrotters will meet the Hawaii
50th Staters in the feature game.
Tickets for the game will be on
sale at the Michigan Union from
4 to 8 p.m. Monday Nov. 24 as
well as at Ann Arbor High School,
Moes Sport Shop and Raymond
Radio Shop.

BBWA, three in each American
League City.
Bob Turley, the Yankee's major
league pitcher of the year, was
second with 191 votes.
* * *
Martin Traded
The Detroit Tigers traded in-
fielder Billy Martin and pitcher
Al Cicotte to the Cleveland In-
dians yesterday for pitchers Ray
Narleski, Don Mossi and infielder
Ossied.Alvarez. No cash was in-
volved.
Narleski, a rights-hander used
mainly as a starter last season
compiled a 13-10 mark, while
Mossi had a 7-8 record, while
pitching mostly in relief.
Martin batted .255 for the Tigers
and played in 131 games.
* , *
Phillip Fired
Andy Phillip was fired yester-
day as coach of the St. Louis
Hawks, world champions of pro
basketball, and Easy Ed Macauley
was named to replace him.
* * *
Australians Lead
MEXICO CITY--Australia leap-
ed to a one-stroke team lead over
the United States and Ireland and
a little known Colombian, Miguel
Sala, outshot the world's masters
today in the Canada Cup golf
competition.

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