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VEMBER 9, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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-FRATERNITY PLAYOFF:
NSN Keeps Title, 22-0

Kelsey Win 20

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By DAVE KIMBALL
Neither cold. winds, a muddy
field, nor the Falcons could stop
Roger Netzer last night at Wines
Field as he led Nu Sigma Nu to a
22-0 victory and its sixth straight
Professional Fraternity I-M foot-
- ball championship.
Netzer, the Nu Sig. quarterback
who had led his team to all four
of its regular season victories with
his passing and great defensive
play, completed 11 of 23 passes for
an unofficial total of 136 yards
and two touchdowns. He scored
the other Nu Sig TD himself on
an end sweep.
While Nu Sigma Nu was piling
up the yardage through the air,
the Falcons couldn't get a consis-
tent drive going. A combination of
Falcon mistakes and a .stingy NSN
pass defense prevented the Fal-
cons from penetrating any deeper

than the Nu Sigma Nu 29 yard
line.
Quarterback Bob Gamble was
consistently rushed by the Nu
Sig forward line and ex-Wolver-
ine end Bob Topp, Gamble's favor-
ite target, was well covered by the
medical fraternity's defensive
backs.
Show Superiority
Although the Nu Sigs didn't
score until just before the end of
the first half, they showed their
superiority from the start. After
receiving the opening kickoff and
returning it to their own 19, the
Falcons were stopped coll.
Netzer then took control and led
his team from its own 39 to the
Falcon eight in four plays, the big
play coming on a 22-yard pass to
Pete Colwell.
However, the Nu Sig rally was
stopped there when Jim DeVeries,
intercepted a Netzer pass in the
end zone to give the Falcons the
ball.
Sixty-Three Yards
Nu Sigma Nu's first touchdown
drive came late in the second
period. After taking a Falcon punt
on their own 17, NSN marched 63
yards. in eight plays, with Netzer
hitting Dave Dingmnan with a
bullet pass in the end zone for the
score, the first against the Falcons
this year. A Netzer to Dingman
pass made it 8-0 just as the first
half came to a close.

Nu Sig scored the only two times
it had the ball in the second half.
A 47-yard drive following the
kickoff netted them their second
score, with Netzer hitting pay-
dirt with an end sweep from one
yard out, and then running for
the two-point conversion himself.
The next time NSN had the
pigskin it went 35 yards in six
plays for its third touchdown.
The scoring play came on a pass-
run play from Netzer to Colwell,
who received the pass on the 15,1
outfaked his defenders, and
dashed the remaining distance for
the score.

By JAN WINKELMAN
Bvantage of a low pass from center
Kelsey continued its domination on a punt attempt and steamrolled
of both "A" and "B" residence hall . a ioaealTDCumnt

football last night with a 12-0
victory over Hinsdale in the "A"
championship tilt at Wines Field.
This, marks the second straight
year that Kelsey has taken both
championships, as its "A" and B"
teams have allowed their oppon-
ents a meager 14 points while los-
ing only one game in the past
two seasons. .
The 'A" team, which remained
unscored upon this year, took ad-

1

Canadiens Edge Foresters
In Independent. Playoff, 6-0'

ing the drive was , fake run by
quarterback Bruce Baldwin who
passed to Bill Beck standing all
alone in the end zone.
Trick Pass Play
Hinsdale almost retaliated in the
second quarter following an inter-
ception by Bob Schlecte. A trickI
pass play from Schlecte to Ralph
Plott to end John Beckworth
brought Hinsdale to within 10
yards of paydirt, but Kelsey on the
very next play stopped the drive:
with a timely interception by
Beck. .
Kelsey appeared to be in trouble
when Phil Wynn dropped a pass#
from center on a fourth down
punt situation early in the second
half. But after a fine pass play
from Hinsdale quarterback Bob
Schlecte to Phil Townsend was
nullified on a penalty, Wynn recti-
fled his error by grabbing
Schlecte's next pass to halt the
Dales.
Insurance was added to the
flimsy 6-0 margin Kelsey held go-
ing into the final quarter. Quar-
terback Bruce Baldwin put on
an aerial display typical of the
many which brought Kelsey both
the "A" and "B" titles for the past
two years. He completed three
passes in succession to Phil Wynn,

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I-lW VOLLEYBALL
(Incomplete)
RESIDENCE HALLS "A"
Michigan 4, Greene 2
Van Tyne 6, Winchell 0
Adams 4, Williams 2
Wenley 5, Lloyd 1
RESIDENCE HALLS "B.,
Williams 6, Cooley 0
Anderson 4, Wenley2
Reeves beat Chicago (forfeit)
Lloyd 5, Michigan I
Greene 4, Van Tyne 3
FACULTY
Bliochemistry 5, Naval Science I
Zoology 6, English 0
Psych. B 4, Social Psych. B 2
Museum Annex 6, Geology 0

By MARTY MEYERSON and
GARY USSIN
A pass from Butch Nielson to
Dave Butts provided the margin
of victory as Canadiens edged
Foresters, 6-0, for the I-M Inde-I
pendent championship at Wines'
Field last night.
The lone touchdown came in the
opening 'minutes of the game
after a long run by Nielson had
moved the ball inside the For-
esters' 20-yard line, on the Cana-
diens' first play from scrimmage.

After three plays failed to gain,
Nielson hit Butts with a running'
pass on the five and the Cana-
dien end ran the rest of the way
for the score.
After that the game settled into
a see-saw affair with both teams
failing to capitalize on food scor-
ing opportunities.
Drive Haltedx
Late in the second quarter. Billj
Reed hit John Kubisiak with a$
long pass into Canadien territory,
but an interception by Dave Cook
halted the drive. Cook returned

the interception all the way for Ron Offiley, and Jim Ailer to
an apparent TD, but a penalty for carry Kelsey deep into enemy ter-
an illegal block nullified , the ritory.-
score." TD Pass
The only other serious Forester On the fourth pass in a row,
threat came in the second half Baldwin tossed to Mike Cashman,
when Ted Hetzel made a diving for the score. The conversion at-
catch of another Reed pass. But a tempt was unsuccessful and the
second timely interception, this without further scor-
time by Nielson, ended the Foi - int
esters' chance to score.
Strong Defense The "A" victory last night and
A hard-charging Canadien d(,- the "B" decision Monday gave the
fense proved the difference, con- Kelsey powerhouse the unique dis-
stantly harrying quarterback Reed tinction of being the only resi-
and forcing him to hurry his pass- dence hall in the history of I-M
es, resulting in costly inteccep- competition to take both titles two
tions, years in succession.
Although the Canadiens con- Even more amazing is the fact
trolled the ball for most of the that the combined defensive units
contest, they could not push over have limited the opposition to less
another touchdown. and had to than half a point a game for the
be content with a 6-0 victory. last two years.

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Q GUY PASTOR. His five-week
Vegas show with father Tony
went 6 months! Happy Guy in
Misty, Bewitched, more.ST1465

P MAVIS RIVERS.New Samoan
singer-discovery all critics are
raving over. At Sundown, Home,
Spring Is Here, others. ST1408

U MARK MURPHY. Acute beat
and song senses mark swingin'
Murphy in Honeiysuckle Rose,
seat But Not for Me, etc. ST1458

GRID SELECTIONS
Attention of football fans this week will be focused on the game
between two of the nation's top five teams, Iowa and Ohio State.
Pick the winner of this tough Big Ten game and of other games
on this week's Grid Picks list, and the score of the Michigan-Indiana,
game. Entries may be mailed or brought in person to Grid Picks, The
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, The person with the
best score will win two free tickets to "Midnight Lace," now being
shown at the Michigan Theatre.
Here are this week's Grid Picks:

tJEANNE BLACK. Songs just OTHE ELIGIBLES. Awinning
a bit sad by great new talent combination of fresh-blended
who's just a bit sensational here voices in How High the Moon,.
in her ownfrst album. ST1513 DearlyBeloved,10more. ST1411

17 DWAYNE HICKMAN. I'm a.
Lover, Not a Fighter, he admits,
Many lovesongs of barefoot boy
with tongue in cheek. ST1441.

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Indiana at MICH. (score)
Wisconsin at Illinois
Ohio State at Iowa
Purdue at Minnesota
Michigan State at North-

o THE SEVEN TEENS. Brilliant
young pros in 12 swing classics
like Sing Sing Sing, Cherokec
and Little Brown Jug. ST1424

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BRIGHT NEW TALENT
TOO GOOD TO MISS
Dick
Wiliams
LOVE
IS NOTHIN'
BUT
BLUES
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£ DICK WILLIAMS. Dick puts
his heart and voice into Love
Me or Leave Me, I Cried for
You, 12 bluesy songs. ST1330

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western
6. Missouri at Oklahoma
7. Colorado at Kansas
8. Army at Pittsburgh
9. Princeton at Yale
10. Georgia at Auburn

Baylor
20. Air Force at UCLA

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' JOHNNY UKULELE. Hawaiian
uke genius and rhythm. Black
vnd White Rag, Wedding Song,
Third Man Theme, etc. ST1425

South Carolina at Clemson
Tulane at Florida
Alabama at Georgia Tech
Mississippi at Tennessee
Maryland at North Carolina
Duke at Wake Forest
Texas A.&M. at Rice
Texas at TCU
Southern California at

L NANCY WILSON. Something
wonderful happens to you a
this new star ("a real find,"-
High Fidelity) sings. ST1440

O BILL HOLMAN. "One of the
happiest albums of the year,"
says jazz critic Leonard Feather;
top W. Coast musicians. ST1464

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