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JESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1959
Tuards Pace 'M' Cagers
o0 81-70 Win over Frosh
CAPTAIN ELECTION TODAY:
Name Winners of 44 Football Letters
points, followed closely by Dan
Petroff (11) and Dave Kroll (10).
Miller once again displayed the
leadership and ball-handling
skills that has tabbed him as one
of the Big Ten's outstanding
He was back at full strength
after undergoing what appears to
be a successful knee operation.
this fall. Alternating with him at
the other guard slot were junior
Rich Robins and,sophomore Dick
Clark, who each contributed seven
points. Coach Bill Perigo is un-
decided as to who will get the
starting nod against Pittsburgh.
Farris Scores 12
Center Lovell Farris, who at
6'3" will always be battling a tow-
ering opponent, came through ad-
'mirably against 6'T" Tom Cole,
all-stater from Springfield, Ill.
Farris twisted and hooked his way
to 12 points, while holding the
fast-moving but cold-shooting
Cole to three.
Switching at the forward spot
opposite Tidwell were another
junior and -sophomore, Dick Don-
ley and Scott Maentz. ,The 6'S"
Donley, the varsity's tallest man
and much improved over the past
two years, added six while Maentz
hit on two field goals for four'
It was only Maentz' second day
on the basketball court, making'
the transition from end on the,
football team. But his perform-;
ance, although hampered by ex-
cess poundage and slowness afoot,
belied this. He added plenty of
support on the boards and fitted
well into the Wolverines' fast
Michigan's football team will
bring its official business of 1959
to a close this afternoon with the
election of its most valuable play-
er and 1960 captain.
The announcement of a cap-
tain to succeed Captain George
Genyk will be made this after-
noon, but the most valuable play-
er releasement will be held off in
order to be named first by the
The Tribune annually an-
riounces the MVP's andthen con-
ducts a poll to choose the Confer-
All 1959 varsity football let-
termen (listed below) are asked
to be at Yost Field House at
12:15 p.m. today for a squad
ence MVP. Last year, Randy Dun-
can of Iowa won the award.
Yesterday, the Athletic Depart-
ment announced that 44 Michi-
gan football players will get let-
ters for the 1959 season. This is
LEADS SAE TO VICTORY-Sigma Alpha Epsilon quarterback
Jack Mogk (left), shown here on one of his many runs, was the
key to SAE's winning offense last night against Kelsey. Blocking
is teammate Mike Ratterman. Thwarted Kelsey defender is Mike
BEATS KELSEY, 24-0:
one of the largest numbers in
Michigan history to win varsity
The letters were given to 12
seniors, 18 juniors and 14 sophs.
Twenty-five others received re-
Jared Bushong, Toledo; Reid
Bushong, 'oledo; Alex Callahan,
Wyandotte; Keith Cowan, Cleve-
land; Guy Curtis, South Bend,
Ind.; Don Deskins, Jamaica, N.Y.;
Mike Fillichio, River Forest, Ohio;
Dennis Fitzgerald, Ann Arbor;
George Genyk, Detroit; Todd
Grant, Lathrup Village; Lee Hall,
Charlotte; John Halstead, Bay
City; Don Hannah, Gary, Ind.;
Darrell Harper, Roygl Oak; and
Willard "Skip" IMildebrand, Chil-
Also, Tom Jobson, Flint; Robert
Johnson, Chicago; Fred Julian,
Detroit; Gary Kane, Elgin, ll.;
James Korowin, Wyandotte, Jerry
Leith, Ann Arbor; Scott Maentz,
Grand Rapids; George Mans,
Trenton; Gary McNitt, Mesick;
James McPherson, Herrin, Ill.;
Bennie McRae, Newport News,
Va.; Brad Myers, Wilmette, Ill.;.
Harry Newman, Detroit; and Stan
Concluding' the list- are Paul
Palmer, Toronto, Ont.; Lou Pay-
loff, Hazel Park; Paul Poulos,
Freedom, Pa.; Paul Raeder, Lor-
am, Ohio; Tony Rio, Chicago; Jon
Schopf, Grand Rapids; Gerald
Smith, Detroit; John Stamos,
Chicago; Steve Stieler, Wyan-
dotte;u BillStine,nToledo, Ohio;
Bill Tunnicliff, Ferndale; Ken
Tureaud, Detroit; .Rudd Van
Dyne, Sedalia, Mo.; and Jim Zub-
kus, Munhall, Pa.
Reserve award winners are:
Bruce Boardman, Grosse Pointe;
Guy DeStefano, Gary, Ind; Dick
Diehl, Erie, Pa.; Bill Dougall, De-
trait; Wilbert Franklin, Chicago;
Tom Gee, Melvindale; Wally Her-
rala, Muskegon Heights; Bill
Hornbeck, Los Angeles; Tom Kerr,
Hobart, Ind.; Frank Maloney,
Chicago; John Mans, Trenton;
SAE CapturesStragilian Trophy
and Grant McKee, North Bay,
Also, Dave Palomaki, Ishpem-
ing; Virgil Pampu, Dearborn; Ron
Perry, Vineland, N.J.; Paul
Schmidt, Skokie, Ill.; David Sle-
zak, Ann Arbor; Jeff Smith, Koh-
ler, Wis.; Dan Snow, Hamtramck;
Ron Spacht, Kent, Ohio; Nick
S p e w o ck, Dearborn; Willard
Stawski, Caledonia; Dave Thom-
as, Norwalk, Ohio; Grant Walls,
Norwalk, Ohio; and Pete Wood-
ing, Ann Arbor,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon quarter-
back Jack Mogk put on a one-
man offensive show last night as
he led the fraternity touch foot-
ball champions to a convincing
24-0 win over Kelsey, residence
The winners succeeded Chi Phi
as holder of the A. D. Stragilian
trophy, initiated last year. Mogk
completed nine of seventeen
passes, one for a touchdown, and
ran for the other two SAE scores.
After a scoreless first period In
which neither team could muster
a sustained offensive drive, SAE
stopped a Kelsey threat at the 20-
yard line and struck back in five
plays for a score.
Fred Loser carried on a reverse
for 12, and then swept the Kelsey
right end for a first down on the
Kelsey 39. Here Mogk took over.
He flipped a short pass to Mike
Ratterman in the left flat, who
EAST LANSING-Al Lawrence
of Houston won the 21st annual
NCAA cross country run here yes-
terday in 20:35.7, but Michigan
State won its second team title in.
a row with a low 44 points.
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fired the ball to Bob Kucher; cut-
ting across the middle. Kucher re-
versed his field and lobbed a lat-
eral back to Mogk, following up
Mogk ran to the Kelsey 20, then
found Ratterman again, dumping
tie 'hot potato' in his lap and de-
livering a bruising block on a
Kelsey defender to spring Ratter-
man loose to the four-yard line.
Mogk carried to the one and
on the next play dove into the end
zone for the score. He passed for
the extra points.
The winners' other touchdowns
were scored in less spectacular
fashion. Early in the third stanza
Mogk put SAE on the scoreboard
again, driving inside his own right
end from 14 yards out. Kucher
pulled down the conversion pass.
The winners took advantage of
a short Kelsey punt minutes lat-
er and covered 25 yards in three
plays, Gary MacDonald making a
diving catch of a Mogk pass for
a three-yard score.
With less than three minutes
left in the game, a wild pass from
center went out of the Kelsey end
zone for a safety.
By HAL APPLEBAUM
Michigan's mighty swim team,
winner of three straight NCAA
championships, will preview the
1959-60 season today when it splits
into two squads for the annual
The team will be divided into
two groups. One is composed of
letterwinners; and the other in-
cludes sophomores just beginning
their varsity careers, this year's
freshmen, members of last year's
team who failed to win letters, and
swimmers who were ineligible last
All fans interested in attending
the meet will be admitted free of
charge. The diving will begin at
4:45 p.m., with the actual swim-
ming events getting under way at
1959 Team Intact
The letterwinners will have the
benefit of all returning monogram
winners from Iast year's squad,
called by many "the greatest ever.'"
In winning the Big Tea cham-
pionship, the Wolverines amassed
148 points - 36 more than the
highest previous total.
The aquamen then capped the
season by shattering all existing
point records in the NCAA meet.
Michigan's swimmers piled up
1371/ points smashing the previous
record of 96 held by Yale, and
more than tripling the score of the
nearest competitor, Ohio State,
which finished with 44 points.
The juniors alone scored 89%
points in the National Collegiate
Championships and all members
responsible for these points .will
be swimming this afternoon.
Standout performers swimming
for the letterwinners are Captain
Tony Tashnick, Dave Gillanders.
and Mike Natelson xin the butter-
fly; Frank Legacki, Andy Morrow
and John Mcguire in the freestyle;
End John Halstead is expected
to leave the University Hospital
today for the first time since his
injury in the Ohio 'State game.
Team physician Dr. 'Albert Cox-
on reported that Halstead had
only slight numbness from the
neck injury he received on the
opening play of the game.
Alex Gaxiola and John Smith in
the backstroke; breaststroker Ron
Clark;. and divers Joe Gerlach and
While most of the members of
the scrub team are so-called un-
knowns, their team includes many
All-American and all-state high
school swimmers who have not
been initiated into varsity com-
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Three NU Men Make AP
All-Big Ten First Team
Northwestern's fifth-place team,
with three men landing berths,
dominated the Associated Press'
all-Big Ten football lineup, an-
Champion Wisconsin, Iowa, and
Illinois each had two players hon-
ored, Michigan State and Ohio
State one: Michigan, the "team
without stars," placed center Jer-
ry Smith on the third team and
had several honorable mentions.
On the AP first team are North-
western's center Jim Andreotti,
halfback Ron Burton, and full-
back Mike Stock. From Wiscon-
sin are guard Jerry Stalcup and
tackle Don Lanphear. Iowa con-
tributed halfback Bob Jeter and
end Don Norton.
Illinois players honored were
tackle Joe Rutgens and guard Bill
Burrell. Michigan State quarter-
back Dean Look and Ohio State
end Jim Houston complete the
Michigan players receiving hon-
orable mention were ends John
Halstead and Bob J o h n s on;
guards Alex Callahan and George
Genyk; quarterback Stan Noskin,
and halfback Bennie McRae..
Wisconsin placed three men --
quarterback Dale Hackbart, tackle
Jim Heineke, and guard Ron Per-
kins -- on the second team.
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