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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sigma Chi, Hillbilly

A.C. Take I-M Speedball, Football Title

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Winners Down
Phi Psis,12-7,
In Night Game
BJusse Tallies Four Points
For Titlists; Gunn Stars
For Defeated Fraternity
By GENE GRITBBROEK
The Sigma Chi steamroller swept
to its second consecutive interfra-
ternity speedball championship. last
night, licking a fighting Phi Kappa'
Psi team, 12-7, under the Wines Field
lights before a fair-sized crowd.
The Phi Psis, held to one score in
each of the first three periods, camel
back with a desperate fourth-quar-I
ter attack which netted them four
points, but even in this period Sigma
Chi held them to an even break,
chalking up four scores themselves,
three of them on free kicks.
Winners Started Early
The defending champions had
wasted no time in getting their of-
fense uider way, four points in the,
first period and another in the sec-
ond giving them a 5-2 lead at the
half. Tly scored only once in the
third quarter, but it was a three-
pointer by Irv Busse, who took a pass
from Lucas and booted it between the
goal posts past Goalie Glen Robin-
son.
The winners' attack was paced by
Busse, who came into his own last
night, scoring four points, and turn-
ing in his usual fine defensive game.
Jack Cory was right on his heels
with three counters, while Jack Coo-
per and Al Kelso added two apiece.
nob Reutter, league-leading scorer,
made the other Sig score before he
left the game in the third period
with an ankle injury.
Knapp Good In Goal
Capt. Charlie Knapp almost
clinched an All-Star berth with a
sparkling performance in the goalie
spot for Sigma Chi. Kelso's toe was
the biggest factor in keeping the
Phi Psis back on their heels through-

The Irish Were Stopped This Time

0Robert Owen
Loses On Odd
Overtme RiulP

Buckeyes Will Seek Conference

OSU Also After Revenge) game Ohio win streak during which
.PFor Beating It Received Michigan was humbled by scores of
AalttCerPeoalsLhastcesYa 34-0, 38-0, 21-0, 21-0. But, there will
Victors; PoloAsky, Kelly, ____sY rlbe no such lopsided finish this year.
EhlersBy HERM EPSTEIN Both teams have great backz and
Michigan's mystery team will at- good lines. Ohio is stronger than last
By GEORGE CHEFFY tempt to reestablish itself among the year; Michigan is apparently weak-
The Hillbilly A.C. won the I-M elite of the football world this week- er; which facts place them on even
touch football championship 'from { otn
end when it meets Francis Schmidt's gDot Scott Praised
Robert Owen Co-op Sunday morning Buckeyes in the Stadium. The Buckeye fans claim as All-
at Wines Field in. a frek overtime The Ohioans, the Wolverines' American their great quarterback,
period after a bitterly fought game arch rivals, are sailing along in front Don Scott, whom they'll match
had ended in a 0-t tie. of the Big Ten with a share of. the against Tom Harmon and insist they
With no score at the end of four Ihmpnshhave at least as good a bargain. In
quarters tie teams played a three- chy eaddition, they have fullback Jim
minute overtime. At the erd of the their first undisputed title contingent Langhurst, a hard-driving plunger,
overtime a scoreless tie still existed. upon a victory R-turday, or a loss for and a dangerous man to all Buckeye
Winners Outgain Co-ops Iowa which has a chance to tie opponents. Couple these backs with
It was decided to give the ball to them a charging line, and Michigan has a
each team for four downs and de- Merits Still Debatable really tough job ahead of it on Sa-
dare the team making the most yard- The dope on this game was com-
age the winner. The Hillbilly. team ,ltl eesdinmdsao hn Not even the most rabid. Michigan
made six yards while Robert Owen Michigan,after beingheavilyfavoredrooter will predict victory for the Wol-
Co-op lost four, and so the Hillbillies because of their great early- ason verines, and anyone who reads the
were declared the winners. showing, became the underdog after' Ohio State paper cannot help but be
Although the Hillbilly team out- two successive defeats. However, the struck by the relatively moderate op-
gained the Co-op and rolled up 10 verbal battle over the merits, or lackI itmismN which the Buckeye sports
first downs to Robert Owen's three, of merits of the Wolverines mounts writers display. Everything adds up
the only real scoring threats during daily as the team looks alternately to one of the finest in a long series
the game were made by Robert Owen. like th- r t m f earl s of great football games,.

Three burly Northwestern players collaborated to stop Joe Thesin-tg
after he had made a shot gain in the first quarter of the game last
Satur4ay at South Bend. Thesing is almost hidden from view by his
tacklers. Number 40 is Frank Young, Northwestern tackle. Notre
Dame won the contest, 7-0.

out the contest, several of his boots
going for well over 50 yards.
Jim Gunn, whose three-pointer led
the futile, last period Phi Psi threat,
was top man for the losers with a
four-point total. Dick Bennett, who,
along with Gunn, led his mates in
their few successful attacks on the
Sigma Chi goal, counted once, and
Ralph Zimmerman and Russ Dobson
each added another to round out Phi
Kappa Psi's scoring. Varsity base-
ball star Russ Dobson's kicking and
Zimmerman's all-around play were
the big defensive factors.

Lowrey Pleased As
Squad Pounds Into

Ice
Shape

Coach Eddie Lowrey put his Var-
sity hockey squad through a hard*
two-hour scrimmage last night at
the Michigan Coliseum and, for the
first time this season, felt able to
voice favorable comment on the
team as a whole.
"They looked fairly good tonight,"
he said, "but we still have a lot of
work to do. The defense is fair
but we have to find a center who
nows when to pass."

Hillbilly Threatens Early
The only Hillbilly threat came late
in the first half when Walt Peckin-
paugh, last year's Varsity baseball
captain, completed a pass from mid-
field to Harold Nichols on the Rob-
ert Owen 20. On the next play Har-
old Ehlers of Robert Owen intercept-
ed Peckinpaugh's pass and brought
the ball to his own 25 to end the
threat.
Peckinpaugh, gaining consistent-
ly through the line behind the block-
ing of Harold and Don Nichols, and
completing several passes, was the
spearhead of the winner's attack.
Capt. Ralph Kelly, and Polonsky were
the Robert Owen offensive stars, while
Ehlers, who broke up several Hill-
billy marches by intercepting passes
was the defensive star. Ludvick Miku-
lich, Robert Owen right tackle, was
I the outstanding lineman of the game.

111t. LIt!gf t1 a (,11U i'tly CL9
and the twice-licked squad of two
weeks ago.
Coupled with the uncertainty as to
how good Michigan really is, there is
the tradition in which the game is
steeped. It's the last game of the
season, nothing has to be held back,
a victory for either team can sal-
vage an entire poor season, and the
records show that pre-game favorites
are just so much talk when the teams
clash on the field.
Bucks Seek Revenge
This year the Buckeyes are out to
remove some of the stain of Michi-
gan's easy win of last year down in
Columbus. Francis Schmidt hadn't
lost to Michigan since he came to
Ohio, and since victory over the Wol-
verines is the prime task of a Buck-
eye coach, 'Close-the-gates-of-mercy'
Schmidt will be out 'to get' Michigan.
Last year's 18-0 win broke a four-

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