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ESl THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SAE, ZBT To Clash for Crown

BRUIN STAR-Johnny Buyck, a member of the Boston Bruins'
red hot "UKE" line, scored one of his teams goals in their 6-3
victory over Chicago last night.
PORT SHORTS:
13ruins Top Hawks, 6-3,
Knicks Edge Lakers
Kr

By DON STAMMER
Sigma Alpha Epsxon gained a
berth in the first-place finals of
social fraternity "A" football yes-
terday by defeating Delta Tau
Delta, 10-0, at Wines Field.
After a scoreless first half, in
which the play see-sawed up and
down the field, SAE came roaring
back in the final stanza. Led by
the quarterbacking of Jack Mogk,
I-M Volleyball
RESIDENCE HALLS
Hinsdale 6, Wenley 0
Williams 6, Lloyd 0
Taylor 5, Reeves 1
Strauss 4, Van Tyne 3
Kelsey 5, Anderson 1
Gomberg 6,'Michigan .0
Scott 4, Huber 2
Cooley 4, Allen-Rumsey 3
Prescott 4, Van Tyne 2
Wenley 4, Anderson 3
Michigan 4, Adams 3
Taylor 5, Reeves 1
Greene 5, Strauss 1
Kelsey 6, Hayden 0
Williams 5, Cooley i
Gomberg 6, Huber 0
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
Philosophy 4, Psychoolgy 3
Zoology 6, Botany 0
Engineers 4, Willdw Run 3
Psychology 6, Civic Club 0
Natural Science 4, Chemistry 3
Owens House 4, Hawaiians 2
Buckeyes 4, Frederick House 2
FRATERNITY
Chi Phi 4, Phi Kappa Tau 2
Alpha Tau Omega 6, Psi Sigma
Kappa 0
Alpha.Kappa Lambda 6, Tau Epsi-
lon P1 0
Alpha Chi Sigma 5, Gamma Alpha 1
Nu Sigma Nu 4, Delta Theta Phi 3
Phi Delta Phi 6, Alpha Omega 0
Phi Delta Epsilon 4, Delta Sigma
Pi 3
Actuaries 4, Beantowners 3
Phi Alpha Kappa 4, Phi Rho Sig-
ma 2
Psi Omega 6, Law Club 0
Alpha Kappa Kappa 5, Phi Chi 1

Sigma Alpha Epsilon cracked the closing minutse of the game, John horse, scoring a touchdown him-
staunch Delt defense with Mogk Harris of ZBT picked off a Phi Sig self and tossing for another. Delta
pitching a pass to Mike Ratter- pass and scampered into the end Kappa Epsilon tallied a 20-0 win
man. The points after touchdown zone. The points after were made over Trigon behind the quarter-
were successful as an aerial went backing of Pat McGovern.
to Gary MacDonald who was all on a pass to Richie Cushen to In 'B' action, Alpha Delta Phi
- complete the scoring.
alone in the end zone. stopped Zeta Psi, 8-0, and Theta
Minutes later SAE cashed in, on In the top second place game Xi dumped Theta Delta Chi, 26-0.
heads-up defense by breaking up a of the day, Sigma Chi hit the air- with Bob Brubaker scoring twice.
pass in the end zone which was ways for a 24-0 win over Kappa Two Residence Hall forfeits
thrown by hard-pressed Delta Tau Sigma. The big gun for the win- were registered, Adams over Pres-
Delta quarterback Tom Krause. ners was Dick Turner, who scored cott, and Taylor over Reeves.
This resulted in a safety that twice on a pair of TD passes.
added to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Other games farther down in
score. the playoffs included Acacia's 6-2 Ten' T p f
Outscored win over Phi Sigma Kappa, and
Although Delta Tau Delta was Alpha Delta Phi's 8-6 squeaker (First place votes and won-lost
outscored they were certainly not over Sigma Phi Epsilon. Roger records in parentheses):
outplayed. Through the fine pass- Miracle scored the only touchdown 1. Louisiana St. (132) (7-0) 1,859
ing and running by Krause, the in the Acacia game and Tom 2. Northwestern (30) (6-0) 1,596
SAE defense was consistently hhr- Moore accounted for all of ADP's 3. Texas (6) (7-0) 1,442
ried. Krause carried his attack scoring, with a touchdown and a s issiyracssippi (14) (6-) 1,123
down the field by using his option conversion. 6. S. California (4) (6-0) 878
very successfully. Richie Gavril Chi Psi rolled to a 16-8 win over 7. Penn State (8) (7-0) 810
was Krause's favorite target, but Phi Kappa Psi with quarterback 9. Auburn (3) (5-)
wasKrus'sfaortetage, ut9. Wisconsin (2) (5-1) 446
when his receivers were covered Bruce MacDonald as the work- 10. Clemson (2) (5-1) 224
Krause showed his speed to the
SAE defense as they pursued him '.
down the sidelines. ..............
Not to be outdone, Jack Mogk of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon turned in an
all-star performance by firing the
game-winning touchdown passes.
Mogk set up the first TD with at
series of long aerials which the
Delt defense couldn't cope= with.
Another I-M. battle found Phi
Sigma Delta playing Zeta Beta
Tau for the remaining first place
berth. ZBT was the winner of this
contest and will meet Sigma Alpha
Epsilon in the finals.
This game was also a struggle =
between defensive units.
Tough Defense
Neither team would yield an
inch throughout the first half.
and much of the second. In the

C. Wilson, Jr., of Detroit had
definitely decided to locate a
franchise in Buffalo, N.Y.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-The Boston Celtics
stopped St. Louis' 1-2 punch of
Bob Pettit and Cliff Hag an
through most of the second half
and cruised to a 103-98 victory
last night with veteran Bob Cousy
turning back every St. Louis rally
down the stretch.

Big Ten Title Chase Specializes in Upsets;
Favorites Bow in Half of Games Played

By MIKE GILLMAN
If you think you're an expert at
picking the winners in a football
pool, try sticking to the Big Ten
for a case of ulcers.
Many a potential swami's pre-
dictions have fallen by the way-
side this season as upsets have al-
most been the rule rather than
the exception in the Western Con-
ference. The only note of regu-
larity in an otherwise chaotic
schedule has been the perform-
ance of the Wildcats of North-
western.
Ara Parseghian's boys have
been favored in all four of their
conference games and have man-
aged to pull all of them out, after
flirting with upset-minded teams
such as Michigan, Iowa and Min-
nesota-almost getting their claws
clipped. Their only decisive Big
Ten victory to date was last Sat-
urday's Homecoming win over
Indiana, 30-13.
Upset Sooners
And the Wildcats were actually
involved in an early-season upset
when they tagged Oklahoma's
Sooners with a defeat in a non-
conference affair.
Outside of the four Big Ten
games that Northwestern has
played in, 16 Conference tilts have
gone by the boards. In these 16
games, the 16 favored teams have
manabed to pull out only six wins.
In fact one week saw Northwest-
ern as the only favored team to
win in four league games.
A week by week account of the
Big Ten's throwing away of the
form book is as follows:
The first week of the season got
the ball rolling in fine fashion as
favored Illinois bit the dust before
a sophomore -studded Indiana
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team by a score of 20-0 in the only
league game.
The second week's slate had
three conference games, with
Michigan State rolling as expected
over Michigan, 34-8; Northwest-
ern winning the first of its cliff-
hangers over Iowa, ,14-10, on a
last period interception; and a
lone upset of Indiana by the lowly
Gophers of Minnesota who won,
24-10, in their best offensive
splurge of the year.
'The third week saw the dope
book completely tossed out the
window, as only Northwestern's
6-0 win over Minnesota was fore-
seen by the prognosticators.
The other three league games
saw Iowa dumping favored Michi-
gan State, 37-8, behind the pass-
ing of Olin Treadway; Purdue
smashing slightly favored Wiscon-
sin 21-0, and lightly-regarded Illi-
nois upsetting Ohio State's Bucks,
9-0.
Stop Rally
The following week, Northwest-
ern stopped a late Michigan rally
to win 20-7 and Illinois edged
Minnesota, 14-6, in the two games
to follow the predictions. At the
same time, Iowa, favored because
of its showing. against MSU,
whipped Wisconsin, 25-16, and
OSU stuck to the ground in up-
setting then-seventh-ranked Pur-
due, 15-0.
Two weeks ago, things calmed
down and Wisconsin stopped OSU,
12-3,. Purdue edged Iowa, 14-7,
and MSU took a 14-6 win over In-
diana (in a game that is still be-
ing disputed because of the game
movies showing an extra Hoosier
T:6), for a threefavorite - three
wins record.
But Michigan spoiled the day
for oddsmakers by pulling the
day's only upset over Minnesota,
with Darrell Harper going 83 yards
and Fred Julian going 43 yards for
the two tallies in a 14-6 win.

In the most recent action, Wis-
consin over Michigan, 19-10, and
Northwestern over Indiana, 30-13,
went according to the book, but. . .
upsets were registered by OSU
over Michigan State, 30-24, and
Illinois' 7-7 tie with Purdue kept . .
the highly rated Boilermakers :;> g
from-taking home the marbles.
If you don't believe it's been a
hectic season, just ask your favor-
ite bookie what he thinks of the
Big Ten. Even with Northwestern T4
included as a stabilizing influence,_.w. .- " ;w: ,,
the record reads only 10 wins for
20 favorites.
With only a .500 record, foot-
ball "experts" will have to give
up their title for the season and ILLINI LINEBACKER--Burly Bill Burrell, one of the BigT
join the rest of the fans in the top defensive players, will be on hand at Champaign this Sal
bleachers.
Flip a coin -anyone? day to give the Wolverine ball-carriers a tough time. Last :
against Purdue he made 26 tackles.
ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE:
Burrell Faces Michigan Saturday
By TOM WITECKI
fensive player. The reason - he made 16 tackles, intercepi
Michigan ball carriers beware: makes so many tackles is that he pass and recovered a fumble
the Big Ten's best and one of the follows the ball well and is very led to a touchdown in the
nation's finest linebackers will be hard to block. He seems to roam Illinois victory.
out to stop you this Saturday in the field and when he hits a ball In the second game ofrthe
your game at Illinois. carrier, he hits him hard." son, Burrell led his Illini
This highly rated defensive star Dufek also was impressed with rates to what was consider
is Illinois guard Bill Burrell, rated Burrell's leadership qualities. The that tin. a great 20-14 upse:
one of the Big Ten's sure nomin- 210-pound Illinois captain was Army. Some of the glittei
ations for All-American honors, carried out of last week's game worn off this victory with A
In last week's game against with four minutes remaining, in continued poor showing, bu
Purdue, which ended in a 7-7 the third period. /His twisted left does not take anything away
deadlock, Burrell demonstrated knee was treated in the dressing Burrell's performance.
the type of standout play that has room for ten minutes and he then This outstanding tackler
terrorized all opposition ball car- returned to the field-just in time hit Army ball carriers so hart
riers. He got credit for 26 tackles. to help stop a last-minute Purdue they fumbled, with Burrell r
Dufek Praises drive on the Illinois six-yard line.. ering each time. Both of
Michigan assistant coach Don The experience and the steadi- fumbles led to illlnl touchc
Dufek, who scouted the Illini, had ness of Burrell, a member of the while one of the tackles put
this to say about the burly line- all-Big Ten team the past two star Bob Anderson out o.
backer : seasons, is a big asset to Illinois' game.
"Burrell is an outstainding de- voun ball club. With three sonh- And there won't be any 1

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