THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1949
THE MICHIGAN DAILY-
MSC Injury List Grows
As Grandelius Sidelined
(Sonny) Grandelius, first string
left half from Muskegon Heights,
was added to Michigan State's in-
jured list at yesterday's football
Grandelius twisted an ankle
while scrimmaging against a
freshman eleven and had to be
University Golf Course will
close Sunday, Oct. 30, for the
rest of the season.
helped from the field. He was
taken to the college hospital.
DR. CHARLES F. Holland, team
physician, said the full extent of
the injury would not be known
until after Grandelius had a night
of rest and a check would be made
Jesse Thomas, Flint track
star, and Bud Crane, of Mt.
Pleasant, were put in to work
at the position.
The rash of injuries has forced
the coaches to do some patching
of the line for the Temple game.
FOR THE FIRST time this sea-
son, two key men are missing from
the Spartan forward wall.
Right tackle Pete Fusi, the
dependable Flint senior, is still
in the college hospital with a
twisted knee. It is unlikely that
Fusi will be ready to play at all
Carl Cappaert, 210-pound sen-
ior from Clare, is working in
practice as offensive tackle. J. C.
Williams, a junior from Jackson,
is expected to take over the spot
on the defense.
* * *
LEFT GUARD Ed Bagdon is
out of the hospital but hasn't
worked out yet because of a bruise
HUGH QUINN, Night Editor
on his breast bone. John Yocca,
a junior, probably will start, but
Bagdon should be ready to see
some duty in the game.
Both Fuwi and Bagdon have
been practicallyd60-minute men
in the important games so far
this season. Unless their replace-
ments measure up to standard the
loss could make a big difference
in the Michigan State line play.
Fails To Cool
The weather was cold but the
It was a spirited band of grid-
ders who donned hoods yesterday
and whipped through the practice
sessions though they were still in
the fourth quarter against Minne-
* * *
MICHIGAN Coach Bennie Oos-
terbaan worked on defense against
the Illini by having the backfield
run through the Illinois plays out
of the T-formation.
Yesterday's practice also
found the Wolverines concen-
trating on their offense. Long
passing drills and ground of-
fense were run.
The pass offense which sud-
denly came to life against the
Gophers last Saturday showed no
signs of dying, as the Maize and
Blue passers consistently connect-
ed with their targets who snagged
the ball with glued fingers.
MANY prognosticators have
picked theConference-leading Il-
lini to beat Michigan at Cham-
paign on Saturday. But if the
Wolverines, who leave for Illinois
tomorrow, retain the spirit and
fire exhibited in practice, there's
liable to be some pretty red-faced
football forecasters on Saturday
For the third straight time in
as many years Lloyd House of
the West Quad hauled down first
place honors in the Residence Hall
cross country meet held yesterday
at Ferry Field.
Despite a snappy wind and cold
weather Bob Weibel of Lloyd
posted a new record for the mile
and one-half course.
* * *
WEIBEL'S winning time of
10:46.7 eclipsed the old record of
11:10 set by Paul Shaler of Pres-
cott House last year.
In addition to first place
Lloyd also grabbed 5th, 11th,
13th and 14th places for a 44
point total (low score wins).
Last year Lloyd won with 51
Alex Mansouy of Williams
House finished second and was
followed by Dave Metz of Wenley.
Hayden House's 86 point total
gave them second place in team
standing and Wenley House was
close behind with 93 points.
Michigan Leads Nation
In Home Grid Attendance
At least Michigan's football
team is leading the nation in the
attendance at its home footballf
The Wolverines, recentlyi
knocked out of their long-held
first place rating among the na-
tion's grid powers, have played
before a total of 291,717 fans for
three home games. This tops Ohio
State's three-game aggregate of
* * *
233,500 PEOPLE have turned
the stiles to see California in ac-
tion at their home stadium.
Stanford's Indians have a to-
tal of 258,000, which is actually,
next to Michigan. But Stanford
has already played five home
Michigan, in its games with
Michigan State, Army, and Min-
nesota, has welcomed three ca-
pacity crowds. The Michigan Sta-
dium, enlarged just this year, now
THIS IS the largest seating
capacity of any college-owned
football stadium in the nation.
The increase over last year's seat-
ing here is better than 10,000.
Southern Methodist has
changed the site of its home
games to the Cotton Bowl, and
in four games this season, the
Mustangs have played to
With three Western Conference
games still to be played in Ann
Arbor the Wolverines can be
fairly certain of breaking the
Soboleski Signs ..«
WASHINGTON - (/P) - The
Washington Redskins of the Na-
tional Pro Football League yester-
day signed former Michigan line-
man Joe Soboleski. The 210 pound,
six foot guard played five games
with the Chicago Hornets of the
All-America Conference this sea-
son but was released recently.
SAM, Chi Psi in Semi-Finals
Of Fraternity Football Playoffs
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Sigma Alpha Mu and Chi Psi
reached the semi-finals of the first
place play-offs for the Fraternity
touch football crowns at South
Ferry Field yesterday.
The Sammies dropped Phi Delta
Theta, 6-0, on a pass from Milt
Siegel to Irv Laker in the end
* * *
CHI PSI also took to the air to
beat out Beta Theta Pi, 13-0. Roy
Nelson sparked Chi Psi's aerial at-
tack 'as he threw touchdown passes
to Tom Osborne and Jim Deremo
and added an extra point on a pass
to Don MacKay.
In the second place play-offs
Delta Upsilon put together a
touchdown and an extra point
to edge Alpha Sigma Phi, 7-6.
The DU's scored on a pass from
Dan Billingsly to Bob Wardle
and added the point on another
pass from Billingsly to Bill Con-
nolly. Bud Reeme broke up the
Alpha Sig's bid for a tie when he
COLUMBUS, 0. - (A) - Ohio
State fullback Vic Janowicz was
injured for a second time yester-
day and his appearance in Satur-
day's Northwestern game here be-
Janowicz suffered an ankle
injury in the Southern Cali-
fornia game Oct. 8, and has not
played since. His appearance
yesterday on the practice field
was his first since he was hurt.
His injury yesterday was to the
same leg, but trainers said it did
There will be a meeting of
all men interested in the wres-
tling team at 4:15 today in Yost
not appear to involve the old in-
jury. It was described as a bruised
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota
gridiron practice was still under
wraps yesterday as the Gophers
primed for Saturday's Homecom-
ing tilt with Purdue.
But enough permeated the cur-
tain Coach Bernie Bierman has
hung around the secret sessions to
let it be known the rehearsal was
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knocked down the pass for ex-
Psi Epsilon also advanced to
the second place semi-finals by
beating a fighting Alpha Tau
Omega team, 13-6.
* * *
THIRD PLACE semi-final berths
went to Phi Kappa Sigma and
Kappa Sigma. The Phi Kaps
Independent team managers
desiring to enter men in the
cross country meet Tuesday,
Nov. 1, must have their men
record at least five practice ses-
sions with the IM office. Seven
men may enter, five must com-
plete the run to receive en-
trounced Zeta Psi, 22-7, and the
Kappa Sigs passed to a 16-0 vic-
tory over Tau Delta Phi.
In the fourth place play-offs
Delta Chi and Sigma Pi survived
the first round of competition.
Sigma Pi posted a 6-0 win over
Acacia and the Delta Chi's picked
up a safety to give them their 8-6
margin of victory over Alpha Phi
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