THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FRATERNITY GRID OPENERS:
Kappa Sigs, Delta Sigs Win Easily
After the first week of play in
the Fraternity touch football cir-
cuit, Kappa Sigma, and Delta Sig-
ma Phi have emerged as potential
The Kappa Sig's turned in the
biggest score of the week as they
routed Sigma Pi, 34-0. Delta Sig
ma Phi also turned in a convinc-
ing score with a 33-0 win over a
completely outclassed Phi Kappa
THE CLOSEST contest of the
week was a hard fought battle be-
tween Sigma Chi and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon. A successful conversion
gave the Sigma Chi's a 7-6 victory
over the scrappy SAE squad.
Beta ThetaPi, last year's run-
ner-up team, scored an easy 19-
0 victory over Alpha Sigma Phi.
Delta Upsilon, another strong
team last year, kept in the win
column by defeating Tau Delta
Sigma Nu and Psi Upsilon also
started their seasons with one-
sided victories. Sigma Nu defeated
Triangle 25-0 and the Psi U's
scored a conviting 26-0 victory
over Alpha E?;Jilon Pi.
S * *
A HIGHLY favored sigma Phi
Epsilon team showed a polished
The Sports Building will
be closed all day Saturday
because of the AA Hop
planned for Saturday night.
I -Earl Riskey
arial attack to take a well-earned
7-0 victory from Theta Delta Chi.
Sigma Alpha Mu defeated
Delta Chi 22-0. The Sammies
victory was due largely to the
excellent blocking given their
passers and ball carriers.
Alpha Tau Omega defeated Phi
Kappa Sigma 6-0 while Chi Psi
was notching a 20-0 victory over
Acacia. Pi Lamda Phi emerged 6-
0 victors from a close contest with
* * *
PHI KAPPA PSI dropped an 18-
0 decision to Phi Sigma Delta,
while Theta Chi trounced Trigon,
26-0. Alpha Delta Phi defeated
Delta Tau Delta 19-6 in another of
the week's hotly contested games.
Sigma Phi scored the first
upset of the season by defeating
Phi Gamma Delta 23-0. Phi Sig-
ma Kappa turned in a 12-0 vic-
tory over Lamda Chi Alpha for
the second upset of the season.
Kappa Nu forfeited their game
to Chi Phi.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - () - Col.
Matt J. Winn, 88, who made the
Kentucky Derby famous, died
Winn underwent two recent
operations to correct a stomach
disorder and had been in a serious
condition for several weeks.
Undefeated Teams To Clash
In Nation's TopGrid Battle
When the Black and Gold of ed and green. will be on hand to
Army moves into Michigan Sta- exact a bit of revenge. They are
dium tomorrow, they will meet a Wally Teninga, Al Wahl, and
Wolverine team vastly different Tony Momson. In addition, Dom
from the one they encountered the Tomasi now a wolverine coach will
last time they were in Ann Arbor. be on hand for the game.
Instead of an inexperienced but The Army-Michigan game to-
game Michigan squad they will morrow is billed as the game of
be coming up against the most the nation. Both teams have
finely precisioned football machine won both their starts this year.
in the country. Last week Army drubbed Penn
* * State 42-7 in a second half drive,
THUS FAR the teams have met and defeated Davidson 47-7 the
twice and Army has taken both previous week.
contests. In 1945 at the Yankee The Wolverines, victors over
Stadium the score was 28-7, and Stanford and Michigan State thus
in 1946 in Ann Arbor the score far this season, are defending a
was 20-13. twenty-five game winning streak.
In 1945 the Wolverine squad If Michigan wins tomorrow they
listed seventeen seventeen-year will tie the record of 26 straight
olds. Among the teenagers fac- wins set by Army during 1944-
ing the Army that afternoon in 45-46.
New York were, Dan Dworsky,
Ed McNeill, Tony Momson, Wal- TOMORROW'S game may prove
ly Teninga, Dominic Tomasi, Al to be a battle of strong finishers.
Wahl, and Stu Wilkins. Last week Army trailed 7-0 against
For the first two periods Michi- Penn State before Arnold Galiffa
gan's green youngsters fought passed and Jim Cain ran to the
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field at the Yankee Stadium. But
the Army depth and power finally
proved too much for the Wolver-
ines and they went down to a de-
feat that was in reality a moral
* * *
AND TOMORROW three of the
youngsters,'no longer inexperienc-
Michigan, held to a 7-0 half-
time lead by Stanford, cut loose
with its best running attack
since the Northwestern game of
1947, to throttle the Indians.
The Army's First Corps will ac-
company the team to -Ann Arbor
and will march into the stadium
in a special pre-game ceremony.
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