THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOV
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W L ect.
Philadelphia 7 0 1.000
Boston 3 2 .600
Syracuse 1 5 .167
New York 1 7 .125
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St. Louis 6 1 .857
Cincinnati 6 4 .6400
Los Angeles 4 6 .444
Detroit , S .286
Philadelphia 125, Los Angeles 118
St. Louis ,126, Detroit 120
By JOHN McREYNOLDS
"Typical football weather" pre-
vailed yesterday, bringing con-.
tinuous rain and snow with it, but
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'B' squad
showed its strength and spirit as
it beat a strong Phi Delta Theta
team, 8-6, for the B social fra-
The SAE team, looking more
'A' than 'B', scored the first points
of the game on a pass rrom Stan
Pencura to Bill Kile. The play
was set up by an interception by
Gene Dietle, one of the many by
which the Phi Delts were plagued
with throughout the game.
One of the key plays of the
game was an interception by SAE's
Jim Steckle which stopped a long
Phi Delt march on the SAE four-
yard-line. Towards the end of the
game, the interceptions, had
stopped so many drives that the
cheer of the Phi Delt backers had
begun to shout, "OK, you guys,
no interceptions on this play!"
The touchdown by the Phi Delts
came as quarterback Barry Mar-
shall passed to end Rodd Linder
six times in a row, completing
five of those tosses, running one,
and finally throwing ax} "Alley,
Oop" to Linder in the end zone.
Marshall, however, had used the
play once too often as none of his
receivers were open on the con-
version attempt. Marshall was
finally tagged, losing. the two
points and the game.
In other wet I-M action, Tau
Delta Phi edged out Theta Xi,
18-12, for the third place A social
fraternity title. Quarterback Al
Greenstein starred for the Tau
Delts as he ran for the first
score, passed to Abba Freedman
for the second, then ran the ball
over the line again for the win-
ning score. Theta Delta Chi shut
out Phi Kappa Psi for the third-
place B tittle, 6-0, on the passing
of Gerry Andeen, who tossed one
to Paul Osterbeck for the only
touchdown of the game.
In the game between Sigma
Alpha Mu and Lambda Chi Alpha
for the fourth place B position,
Bill Payrick tossed twb touch-
down passes to Bill Knotts to
M' DEFENSE THIRD:
Lead, Conference Stats
lead the Sammies to a 12-6 win
over Lambda Chi. The Pioneer-
Dritters game was postponed until
The snow, rain, and muddy
ground which produced a number
of fumbles, long skids, and 'not
a little profanity 'on the part of
the players, should be tak-n into
account, for no team cou truly
play up to its best. This may also
be so this evening, when SAE
takes on the Sammies for the 'A'
social fraternity championship at
Wines Field at 6:45.
W LT Pts. GF
Chicago 7 4 4 18 45
Detroit 7 4 3 17 48
Montreal 7 5 3 17 53
Toronto 6 6 3 15 41
Boston 3 5 6 12 38
New York 4 10 1; 9 42
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Detroit 4, New York 3
Chicago 2, Toronto 0
Minnesota's defensive; minded
Gophers, who limited Iowa's poi-
tent offense to a meager 198 yards
last week, retained possession of
its top defensive rating in the
Coach Bump Elliott's Wolver-}
ines held down the third spot,
Ohio State also held its lead in
the offensive catagory. The Buck-
eyes in' four contests have on the
average scored 27.5 points,. made
15.8 first downs, and gained 333.5
In the individual statistics Ohio's
Tom Matte and Bob Ferguson hold
the dominant roles.
Matte leads the passers with 21
completions in 35 attempts for
317 yards and four touchdowns.
Purdue's Bernie Allen, however, is
right on Matte's heels in the aerial
department. He had hit on 40 of
66 for a .606 completion percent-
age, but Matte has had less passes
intercepted and has more touch-
Bob Ferguson, another Buckeye,
leads the ground gaining derby
with 400 yards in 78 carries for
a 5.1 average. Matte is right be-
hind with 375 yards in 62 trips.
However despite Matte's high
rank in both departments Wiscon-
sin's aerial magician Ron Miller
tops the Conference in total of-
fense, with 707 yards in 125 plays.
Michigan's Bennie McRae ranks
second behind Minnesota's Sandy
Stephens in the punt return
catagory, while Gary McNitt, who
has intercepted three enemy passes
is tied for the lead in that de-
partment with Bill Munsey, also
of Minnesota. However Munsey
has returned the. thefts 91 yards
to McNitt's 44.
Bob Johnson ranks fourth in
pass receiving with eight catches
good for 153 yards.
BOSTON ()-Slugging outfielder
Roger Marts yesterday was named
the American League's Most Valu-
able Player for 1960, edging New
York Yankee teammate Mickey
Mantle by three votes. .
The prize trade acquisition from
Kansas City collected 225 points
in his first season with the league
champions to Mantle's 222.
Results of the balloting an-
nounced by Hy Hurwitz, secretary
of the Baseball Writers Associa-
tion of America, were the second
closest in the history of the award
given annually since Lefty Grove
was named in 1931.
In 1947, Joe Dimaggio got the
nod over Ted Williams, 202-201.
Baltimore's slick-fielding third
baseman Brooks Robinson was
third with 211 points.
As the 1960 football season draws near its final stages, each game
becomes a little more important for some of the conference leaders,
hoping to either hold their leads or catch, up with the frontrunner.
Many of these games are on this week's Grid Picks list.
Decide who you think will win these games, along with the
games that have no importance except for the schools involved.
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Here are this ,week's Grid Picks:
1. Indiana at MICHIGAN
2. Wisconsin at Illinois
3. Ohio State at Iowa
4. Purdue at Minnesota
5. Michigan St. at Northwest.
6. Missouri at Oklahoma,
7. Colorado at Kansas
8. Army at Pittsburgh
9. Princeton at Yale
10. Georgia at Auburn
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
So. California at Baylor
Air Force at UCLA
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