TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1949
THE MICHflAN ]DAIL"Y
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER '15, 1949 PAGE
I-M Football Squads Hit Finals
- Chi Psi, Williams House
Favored in Title Clashes
Theta Chi, Hayden House Hope for
Newman Club, Owen Coop Game
By JACK BERGSTROM
Tonight under the lights at
Wines Field the top six teams of
the three I-M touch football loops
will clash to determine the league
At 6:30 the Newman Club will
meet the Robert Owen Co-op to
decide the Independent Champi-
onship; the Residence Hall final-
ists Hayden House and Williams
House clash at 7:30; and at 8:30
Theta Chi plays Chi Psi to decide
the fraternity title.
* * *
IN FRATERNITY play Chi Psi
is a definite favorite over Theta
Chi. The Chi Psi's have an im-
pressive offense which has piled
up large scores against all their
opponents to date.
The Chi Psi offense is ubl
anced, consisting almost entire-
ly of a well developed aerial at-
tack. Their passing plays have
functioned so well this year that
they have used them to the al-
most complete exclusion of
Most of their passing has been
done by Roy Nelson with either
Tom Osborne or Don McKay on
4- the receiving end. If Theta Chi
can throttle Nelson's passing they
stand a better than even chance of
* * *
THE CHI PSI offense has not
met a real test yet this year since
it has not yet run up against a
strong defensive team.
Theta Chi has the defense
which may bog down the Chi
Psi's. In their last five games
opponents have penetrated their
defense for a meager 12 points.
The Theta Chi offense is well
balanced, using both passing and
running plays to great advantage.
There will be a meeting of
all 'M' Club members at 7:30
Bob Jamo and Amato Contino are
both able runners who also handle
the teams passing chores.
* * *
JOHN AND BRUCE Wither-
spoon are the two able wingman
who will be on the receiving end
of Jamo's and Contino's passes.
The Residence Hall champi-
onship game features a clash be-
tween the defending champion
Williams House and a powerful
Hayden House team. Williams
House has not been defeated
since midway in the 1947 season.
The Williams House squad is led
by Bob Fancett, last year's All
Residence-. halfback, who has
gained big chunks of yardage in
every game so far this season. The
Williams line is also powerful and
has provided the necessary block-
ing to shake Fancett loose.
HAYDEN HOUSE also has a
strong offense which is sparked by
the fine running and passing of
Al English and Wen Vanderklipp.
NEW YORK - (P) - The old
Professor arose with injured feel-
ings and addressed his hilarious
Monday morning class of football
Old Professor-Mr. Fesler, I'm
glad to see you come back.
WES FESLER, Ohio State-Yes
sir, and so did our boys. It was our
best game. When you get 10 points
behind a team as good as Illinois
and one with greater speed, and
you go ahead, and then they come
back on a long one to put you be-'
hind again, and then you still
come back-well, that's courage.
Ray Elliot, Illinois - That
Ohio's a great outfit with a
whale of a lot of stuff-a corking
good ball club. We were out
front in the second half, but you
can't bang away at big guys like
that all afternoon. The Buckeyes
just had too much power.
Frank Leahy, Notre Dame-I
don't mind telling you North Caro-
lina had us scared to death in the
first half. We beat a mighty fine
team out there. In the first half
North Carolina was as fine a team
as I've ever seen. Snavely did a
tremendous job. His boys just ran
out of steam in the second half.
COLUMBUS - (R) - Ohio State
started preparations yesterday for
its "blue-chip" football game with
Michigan Saturday minus the ser-
vices of two key players-half-
back Jimmy Clark and tackle Jack
Clark twisted a knee and Jen-
nings suffered a back muscle
bruise in the Bucks' sensational
30-17 victory last Saturday over
Clark's injury means Elyria's
brilliant sophomore, Vic Jano-
wicz, will take over his old de-
fensive safety position in addition
to sharing offensive left half duties
with the hard-running Jerry Krall.
By BOB SANDELL,
One of the most complicatedf
and tight football races in Big1
Ten history will finally untangle,
itself this week as Michigan and
Ohio State clash in, the payoff
game for the conference crown
and a possible trip to the Rose
Bowl for the Buckeyes.
But while the title race has fin-
ally settled down to one contest,
the Rose Bowl picture will con-
tinue to be a muddle if the Buck-
eyes lose to Michigan this Satur-
day and Minnesota whips Wis-
THERE IS a possibility that'
four teams will end up with two'
losses apiece and with only a rela-
tively few percentage points sep-
arating them in the final confer-
ence standings. If this happens
the choice of the Western Con-1
ference representative to the Pasa-
dena classic on New Year's will'
be a pure toss-up.'
Of course Ohio State can set-'
tle everything by beating the
Wolverines, but trying to pick
a winner between these two old
foes presents a bit of a prob-
Both had to stage comebacks to
win their respective games last
weekend. The Wolverines had to
snap out of a first half lethargy
to down the much beaten Hoosiers,
while the Buckeyes really pulled
one out of the fire with a fourth
quarter rally against the Illini.
IT WAS THE second straight
week that Ohio had to come fromI
behind. Both the Buckeyes and
WAR OF THE ROSES:
OSU Tilt to Settle Confused Title Race
Wolverines are playing w e 11
enough to win, but are not par-
ticularly impressive while doing
Both squads evidently were
trying to save a little of their
fireworks for each other this
week and the result should be
one of the best games of the
Big Ten campaign.
The Buckeyes big offensive guns
are Quarterback Pandel Savic and
backs Vic Janowicz and Jerry
Krall. It was Savic's brilliant pass-
ing that enabled the Ohioans to
overtake Illinois and this week's
affair could very well turn into
a pitching duel between the Buck-
eye signal caller and Wolverines'
ORTMANN ONCE again paced
the Wolverine attack against In-
diana with ten completed passes
and a total yardage that unoffi-
cially placed him on top of the
conference in total offense.
Michigan will be somewhat
strengthened by the return of
Leo Koceski to the lineup. Al-
though sophomore Don Peter-
son has filled in very well for
the ailing wingback, Leo's de-
fensive ability and experience
are invaluable to the Wolverine
On the gloomy side of the pic-
ture is the report that defensive
end Bob Holloway still has his
leg in a cast and definitely is
through for the season.
Guard Allen Jackson received a
minor knee injury in Saturday's
tussle, but it is not expected to
keep him out of the crucial battle
with the crew from Columbus.
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SIX YARDS AND OVER-Michigan rooters breathed more easily
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touchdown to give the Maize and Blue a 13-7 lead over the
Indiana Hoosiers last Saturday, John Ghindia (23), is on the
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