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GESI THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNA

'ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1961

SAE, DU, Tau Delts Gain Impressive Wins

StrongBackfeld Aids Gridders

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Last Saturday's game - type
scrimmage, was one event that
helped reveal this depth. Eddie
Hood, Jack Strobel, and Jim Ward
all drew heavy praise from Coach
Bump Elliott.
In addition two sophomores:
Bruce McLenna and Harvey Chap-
man, are also moving ahead.
"Hood's biggest asset is quick-
ness," said backfield coach Hank
Fonde, "he has real fine decep-
tion and uses it to make up for
what he lacks in speed."

In last Saturday's scrimmage,
Hood and teammate Strobel were
called on to fill the gap left by
the injured McRae. Strobel scored
one tally for the victorious Blues,
while Hood ripped off gains of 14
and 16 yards in a scoring march.
Strobel Fast
"Strobel has fine speed and is
a hard runner," praised Fonde,
"we plan to use him more on de-
fense than anything else."
Ward, who incurred a knee in-
jury last season, scored a touch-
down in the Saturday scrimmage.
"Jim is a bigger boy," said
Fonde, "he goes about 198 lbs.;
he's steady and is a good all
around football player."
The two sophomores, McLenna
and Chapman, are considered by
Fonde as well as Elliott to be two
up-and-coming football players.
"Chapman has made quite a
lot of progress," said Fonde,
"since this is his first year, he
probably won't get to play too
much, but you never know when,
you need a fellow like him."
"McLenna is a real big guy,"
continued Fonde, "and next to
Tunnicliff he is our biggest back."
McLenna weighs 215 lbs. and is
6'4" tall.
"He has all the qualities that
you look for. He has reasonably,
good speed, he blocks, and tackles
well."
PRACTICE NOTES
The squad went through defen-
sive drills yesterday in prepara-
tion for their opener against
UCLA.
The red team, quarterbacked by
Bill Dougall, went through their

tion, the same formation that the
UCLANs will use against Michi-
gan Saturday.
Elliott was pleased by the prog-
ress shown in yesterday's prac-
tice. "The boys are showing some
real good spirit; a lot of the care-
lessness displayed last Saturday
seems to have been erased."
* * *
Elliott has also decided about
what he plans on doing about the
fullback situation. "Tunnicliff
will be our starting offensive full-
back and Tureaud will start on
defense."
Colts RookieI
Star Injured
BALTIMORE (1') - The Balti-
more Colts said today rookie half-
back Tom Matte will be sidelined
six weeks or longer with a fractur-
ed vetebra in his back.
The former Ohio State star was
hurt in last Sunday's 16-15 loss
to Detroit.
Matte, the Colts' No. 1 pick in
the National Football League
draft, started in both Colt games
this season.
Doctors examined him today and
said he had suffered a compres-
sion fracture of the eighth phor-
acic vertebra.
Last year, Matte was the start-
ing quarterback for the Buckeyes,
yet was second in the Big Ten
in rushing. For this reason, the
Colts, in need of a halfback,

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, defending
champions of the fraternity intra-
mural football,nkicked off the
season by posting a 50-0 victory
over Delta Sigma Phi, yesterday.
Jack Mogk, SAE quarterback,
connected with 80% of his passes
and ran for a touchdown. Team-
mate Bill Kile intercepted two
passes to score both times, Denny
Spalla and Mike Ratterman scored
two TDs; Mike went on to run
for two extra points as did his
colleague, Joe Jones.
Chi Psi held Alpha Kappa
Lambda for a 38-0 shut out, as
Robert Rowney, end, was the star
for the team as he ran for two TDs
and an extra point. Chi Psi's other
end, Price Watts, scored one
touchdown and ace tailback, Mike
Hammond, and capable blocking
back, Ken Kunkel, posted one TD
apiece. William Burchfield, Roger
Ostanter and Richard Jackson
ran for extra points.
An equally impressive score was
tallied as Delta Upsilon trounced
Trigon, 30-0. Larry Morawa ran
for two touchdowns, John Kerr for
one, ad Mike Joyce for another.
Tremaine Finch scored the other
two extra points.
On a pass from Merv Sharfman,
Zeta Beta Tau's Dan Stone ran for
the only TD of the game as ZBT
defeated Theat Chi, 6-0. In the
closing minutes, ZBT's Steve
Linker intercepted a pass to save
the- game.
Phi Kappa Tau set the pace for
their 22-0 roll over Acadia as they
marched 50 yards on the first
play of the game. Ron Feezor,
Jack Briggs and Bill Moloney
each scored a TD. Bil and team-
mate Doug Gordgon each ran
for an extra point.
After a spectacular catch by!

Jack Berman on a pass from Ed
Pear, Berman went on to score a
touchdown to push Sigma Alpha
Mu on in their game against
Kappa Sigma, which the Sammies
won, 16-0. Dick Mandel ran all
the way on a punt return to post
the second touchdown. Steve Wit-
tenberg and Lou Spellman were
responsible for scoring the two
extra points.
A powerful team from Tau Del-
ta Phi whipped Lambda Chi Alpha
with a score of 20-14. Allen Green-
stein of Tau Delpha Phi scored
twice on passes. Mike Gutterman
also ran for a TD.
Lambda Chi Alpha's two TDs
were scored by Dave Breiholz on
passes from Bill Patrick.
Sigma Phi Epsilon flattened
Delta Kappa Epsilon with a tally
of 18-0. Joe Bader, Bill Peppo and
Joe Morello tallied for the Sig
Ep touchdowns.
Pi Lambda Phi Victors
Stanley Frankel intercepted a
pass on the first play of the game
to run it back for a touchdown,
and post the only points as Pi
Lambda Phi shut out Phi Kappa
Psi, 6-0.
In a close game, Mark Comora
came through to push his team to
a 12-6 overtime victory as Alpha
Epsilon nudged Phi Sigma Delta.
Mike Guralnick ran the TD for
the losers.
Phi Kappa Psi defeated Phi
Gamma Delta with a score of 6-0,
with end Mike Cashman respon-
sible for the touchdown.
Sigma Chi was awarded a tech-
nical victory as Tau Epsilon Phi
forfeited.
Evans Coasts to Victory
Dave Korff grabbed the opening
kickoff and rambled 50 yards for
the touchdown which gave Evans

a fast start in their 18-0 rout of defensive player. Trust is aiming
the Sportsmen. for a perfect record this season
Captain Al LaSage ran for the after losing only one game last
second Evans touchdown and pass- season
ed to John Grossa for the third. ' Visigoths Coast to Win
Evans' heavy line, led by Frank! Visigoths smashed Crescents 18-
Voeffray, put constant pressure 0 by scoring on three long plays.
on the passing attack of the The winning - team wore cleats
Sportsmen. which gave the man advantage
Two passes from Larry Leddy over the losers who wore tennis
to Dick Lange were all Gomberg shoes on the slippery field. Dave
Older Element needed to defeat Griffin and Dick Dennison made
the Zips, 14-6. GOE was never scoring runs of about 60 yards
behind. But after the first Loddy- and Bill Prakken caught a pass
Lange scoring play, the Zips nar- for the Visigoths' 18 points.
rowed the score to 7-6 on a double Nakamura beat Pioneers 6-1 and
pass play. Dan Zapton passed to Newman topped Foresters 1-0 in
Ed Helminski who passed to overtime games. .
Goose Tatham for six points. The With a scoreless tie at the end
pass for the extra point was in- of regular play, the ball is put at
complete. GOE clinched the vic- midfield and both teams take
tory with the second Leddy to turns on offense alternately for
Lange pass. eight plays. At the end of eight
Trust Edges Afit plays, the game is won 1-0 by the
Trust edged Afit 6-0 by scoring team that does not have the ball
an early touchdown and putting in its territory.
up a strong defense for the rest Newman won their game when
of the game. The lone score came the ball ended up in the Forester's
on a pass play from Rich Mathias territory. The ball was in Naka-
to Ron Roesti, covering 35 yards. muras' half of the field at the
With Captain Joel Boyden, 6' 6" end of eight plays but Nakamuras
270 lbs., in the middle of the line, had scored a touchdown in the
Trust had a solid offensive and overtime period to win the game.

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RESERVE STAR-Senior halfback Ed Hood, pictured here, is one
reason Bump Elliott will not be too sad if he has to substitute
in his backfield this year. Other reserve backs who have been
impressive in practice and in scrimmages are Jack Strobel, Jim
Ward, Harvey Chapman, and Bruce McLemna.

plays using a single wing forma- I switched him to running halfback.

Mais Swats 60th; Reds Clinch Flag

relief, singled home an insurance
CHICAGO (M - The Cincin- run in the ninth.
nati Reds are the new champions The Reds, who finished sixth
of the National League. Their 6-3 lPirates fel behind 3-0 in e a
victory over the Chicago Cubsinntes. Bullabehi s 30 n ther
'toay oupedwith Los Angeles,. innings. But as has been their
today coupled ihLoAnescustomi this season, they fought
8-0 loss to Pittsburgh tonight as-bcktotisyseantheytought
sured the Reds of their first flag back to finally defeat the trouble-
'in 21 years. some Cubs.
Two-run homers by Frank Rob- Reds Beat Jinx
inson and Jerry Lynch gave the Cub starter Bob Anderson seem-
Reds an uphill victory over the ed well on the way toward main-
Cubs and assured them of a title taming Chicago's season-long jinx
tie. over the Reds, who trailed the
Several hours later-after the Cubs 12-9 entering the final meet-
Reds had arrived in Cincinnati ing between the teams.
to celebrate the event --the lame Anderson held the Reds to one
duck World Champion Pirates up- hit before catcher John Edwards
ended the Dodgers to end'the pen- he run sixehis fis maor
nant race. home run smce his first major
Lynch's blast in the eighth in- league start here June 28. In that
ning broke a 3-3 tie brought about game, Edwards hit his first homer.
by Robinson's game-tying drive The Reds tied it 3-3 in the
in the seventh inning. Winningj seventh when Gordy Coleman
intheJimBrsnainnng.ringnin! walked and Frank Robinson fol-
pitcher Jim Brosnan, working nlowed with his 37th homer of the
season.
Two were out in the Cincinnati
M a 'or league eighth when Vada Pinson singled
to right and Lynch, who makes a
specialty of homering against the
Standings Cubs, jolted a 3-1 count over the
right field wall.
Robinson's leadoff two-bagger
AMERICAN LEAGUE and Bronsnan's single with two
W L Pct. GB out, shoved across the sixth Red
New York 106 51 .671-- run in the ninth.
Detroit 97 61 .614 9

Brosnan entered the game at
the start of the seventh, succeed-+
ing Jim Maloney, who had re-
placed starter Bob Purkey opening
the sixth.
Braves Win
The Milwaukee Braves assured
themselves of at least a fourth
KANSAS CITY IP) - Bill
Freehan, former Michigan star
catcher and 1961 Big Ten bat-
ting and home run champion,
got two hits, last night, in his
Major League debut with the
Detroit Tigers. Freehan signed
with the Tigers at the end of
the 1961 season for a reported
$100,000 bonus.
place tie in the National League
today, mauling the St. Louis Card-
inals 9-2 at County Stadium.
The decision gave Milwaukee a
three-game bulge over St. Louis
with only three games to play.
The Braves gave Lew Burdette
the cushion for his 18th victory
against 10 defeats early. Lee Maye
and Eddie Mathews drew walks
from starter Ray Sadecki, the
eventual loser, to open the home
first and Joe Adcock sent his 35th
home run of the season over the
left field fence.

Burdette lost his shutout in the
eighth, giving up one run, and
Ken Boyer hit his 23rd home run
of the year in the eighth. Mil-
waukee added single runs in the
third-on Mathews' 31st homer-
and fourth, and two each in the
I sixth and seventh.
Boston Edges White Sox
Gary Geiger's two-run pinch hit
triple enabled Boston to edge
Chicago 7-4 for a doubleheader
split today.
The left-handed Geiger, swing-
ing for Carroll Hardy in the
eighth inning against reliever Cal
McLish, smashed a drive into the
right field corner scoring Pumpsie
Green, who had walked, and re-
lief pitcher Billy Muffett.

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1. UCLA at MICHIGAN (score) 11. Washington at Illinois
2. Columbia at Brown 12. California at Iowa

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4. Baylor at Pittsburgh
5. Maryland at Clemson
6. Rice at Georgia Tech
7. Vanderbilt at Georgia
8. N. Carolina St. at N. Carolina
9. Auburn at Tennessee
10. South Carolina at Wake For.

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