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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 195
FRATERNITY GRID ROUNDUP:

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE

Settle Passes for 7 TD's, Phi Psi Wins

Newman Club's Victory
Streak Comes To End
Harvey Dean's Passing, Kersten Brothers
ReceivingLead Mugwumps to 20-7 Win

DORM PIGSKIN PATTERN:
Flet cer Breaks Williams Victory Skein

By KEITH MILLER
Aerial fireworks featured this
week's I-M fraternity grid card
as passing played a large part in
almost every game.
With less than a minute remain-
ing in the contest, Sigma Phi scor-
ed via a forty yard pass play from
Jack White to Don Johnson to de-
feat Triangle 12-6.
* * *
THE WINNER'S first tally was
chalked up by Dick Fletcher on
a short run. Triangle scored on an
interception of a Sigma Phi pass.
Preparing for the baseball
season Dave Settle, Michigan's
stellar righthander, threw seven
touchdown passes as Phi Kappa
Psi mauled Tau Kappa Epsilon
48-0.
Settle's favorite targets were Al
Kruger and Bruce VanderKlip,
who each caught three of Settle's
scoring heaves. Also Kruger and
VanderKlip each caught two extra
point tosses. Ted Gibson snatched
Settle's remaining Td pass.
AN AERIAL display also fea-
tured Delta Sigma Phi's 12-6 con-
quest of Sigma Nu. Milton Heath
tossed two long paydirt passes to
Carl Bryant and Carl Raiss.
To-keep up with the trend of
the week, all three of Alpha Sig-
ma Phi's touchdowns were scor-
ed via the air. These three plays
enabled Alpha Sigma Phi to
conquer Sigma Pi 18-6.
Bill Dresser hit Franz Huber
with two short heaves in addition
to a sixty yard pass play with Jim
Westrope on the receiving end.
* * *
LED .BY all-campus fullback,
Bill Blumenthal, Phi Sigma Delta
downed Zeta Psi 19-7. Blumenthal
threw two touchdown passes to
Herb Shurer and he scored the
third six pointer himself.
In an overtime tussle Sigma
Alpha Mu edged Delta Tau Del-
ta 12-6.
The winners gained 34 yards to
the loser's 31 in four downs. On the
last play Sigma Alpha Mu gained
nine yards to receive credit for a
victory.
* * *
A]PASS PLAY from Bud Kamp-
ner to Dan Greensphan which co-

vered thirty yards accounted for
Sigma Alpha Mu's six pointer.
Two touchdown passes from
Bob Heathcott to Bill Ammer-.
man and Dick Demmer account-
ed for the Sigma Chi counters
in their success over Pi Lambda
Phi by the score of 12-9.
The winners picked up their
touchdowns in the initial half
while Pi Lambda Phi scored a safe-
ty in the first quarter and TD
and an extra point in the final
period.
IN ONE of the highest scoring
games of the day, Beta Theta Pi
romped to victory over Acacia,
26-0.
Johnny Johnson wasted no
time in putting his team in the
scoring column when he took the
kick-off and raced sixty yards

behind some fine blocking for
the touchdown..
The Beta's next two tallies camej
via the aerial root, Bob Kerry pull-
ing them both in. Quarterback
George Sipp tossed one and John-
son flipped the other. Their final
score came when Jack Clark in-
tercepted a pass and ran 30 yards
for the TD.
Tau Delta Phi scored early
and held off Phi Kappa Tau to
come out on the long end of a
6-2 score. On the first play from
scrimmage, Moe Katz scampered
sixty yards around left end for
the Tau Delt's lone tally of the
day.
Phi Tau scored when a bad pass
from center was grounded in the
end zone. The strong Tau Delta
Phi forward wall managed to keep
the opposition to only two first
downs.

Nu Sigma Nu, Psi Omega Win
In Pro Fraternity Grid Loop

By ROD COOK
Nu Sigma Nu, defending cham-
pion in Professional Fraternity
football, slipped to an easy 20-0
win over Phi Delta Phi in their
opening contest of the 1950 cam-
paign.
Scoring two touchdowns in the
first half, one on a pass to Tom
Peterson and a second on Bill Bar-
thlett's short plunge, the Nu's be-
gan substituting in the second half
and every member of the squad
saw action. Bob Weber scored the
final touchdown for the victors.
* * *
PETERSON and Bartlett a r e
former backfield men on the Mich-
igan Varsity.
In another contest, Psi Omega
sloshed to its second victory of
the season in a tight 7-2 duel
on a muddy field with Delta
Sigma Delta.
Roger Wakl provided the win-
ning touchdown by intercepting a
pass tossed by Delta Sig ace Joe
Ponsetto and running it back 40
yards for a touchdown. Bill Gre-

gory caught the pass for the extra
point,
* * *
DELTA SIGMA DELTA scored
its only two points in an odd way.
Psi Omega had the ball with a
first down on their own two-yard
line, and they attempted to pass.
The passer faded 'way, 'way back
-right off the field. The ref ruled
it a safety.
Rain made the field too slip-
pery for an effective ground
game by either club, and al-
though Ponsetto was perhaps.
the best passer on the field, Psi
Omega was continually smother-
ing his pass receivers.
In competition yesterday, Alpha
Chi Sigma used two pass inter-
ceptions to ease their way to vic-
tory over Phi Chi, by 18-0,
Don Edmondo snagged both of
them, taking one all the way for
a TD and the other to the three.
yard line where Ricki Kobashi
tossed one to Ron Clark for the
score.
Alpha Chi's first touchdown
came on another pass from Kobas-
hi, this time to Ed Ericksen.

By BOB LANDOWNE
In one of the biggest upsets in
many a while, the Mugwumps, a
pick-up team, defeated a strong
Newman Club aggregation 20-7,
to bring the latter's two year old
unbeaten streak to a sudden end.
The Newmanites quickly moved
into the lead on their first series
of plays via the air lanes. Harvey
Dean, who passed to all the TD's
for the Mugwumps soon brought.
his team back into the game with
a short pass into the end zone to
Jack Kersten. The conversion
failed and Newman Club led at
half-time.
HOWEVER, Dean's passing was
too much for the opposition and
the Mugwumps moved ahead with
two more tosses into pay dirt, the
first to Kersten and the second to
his brother Bob. This time the
extra point tries were good and
that's the way it ended.
In a grimly fought battle, the
Nakamura Co-op downed Rob-
ert Owen, 13-0.
Owen House had a strong line
which prevented Nakamura from
moving on the ground, forcing
them to take to the air, ,with
Ernie Rosenfeld doing most of the
passing.
BOTH OF Nakamura's touch-
downs came on Rosenfeld passes
to Arnold Hanawalt and to Von
Osterhout, with Al Strickholm
converting the first extra point at-
tempt on a short sweep.
Owen's ground attack was not
sufficient for a sustained scoring
drive, and when they tried to
pass they were stymied by a fine
Nakamura pass defense that al-
lowed only one completion, and
made three interceptions which
ended any hopes Owen had of
scoring.
Another co-operative, Michigan
House, also used an effective pass-
ing attack to down the Luther-
ans, 12-0.
* * *

F

Intra-Mural Progyram Ndotes

two touchdown passes for all the
scoring, as Bruce Munger and Paul
Williams were on the receiving end
for the six-pointers.
In the only Division II contest
the Wesleyan Guild had an easy
time in downing the Hawaiians
by a 14-0 score.
The Hawaiians were in trouble
at the outset when they fumbled
in their own end zone and gave
the Wesleyans two points on the
safety.
Soon after, the Wesleyans be-
gan a scoring drive, mostly on the
ground, climaxed by the touch-
down on an end sweep. The final
blow came on a long touchdown
pass which made the score 14-0
for the Methodists..

By JOHN JENKS
One of the biggest upsets in
Residence Hall football history
scrambled the dorm grid race
Monday on South Ferry Field
when Fletcher H a 11 sloshed
through the mud for a 12-0 win
over Williams House, unbeaten in
its last twenty games.
The defeat was Williams' first
since 1947, when Michigan House
turned the trick, 7-6. Between the
losses Williams captured two Resi-
dence Hall titles.
* * *
AFTER A scoreless first halfI
during which neither team could
move because of the mud, Fletcher
began to click in the second stanza'
when Ken Krueger grabbed an
errant Williams' aerial on the lat-
ter's 25 yard line.
On the first play Alex Rotsko
took a pitchout, circled end, and
swept 35 yards behind good

ALL-CAMPUS TENNIS
In first round contests in the
All-Campus tennis tounament,
Dick Frankie had to go three sets
to beat Ken Militzer, 13-11, 4-6,
6-3, while Fred Horowitz shut-out
Ed Przbylowicz 6-0, 6-0; and Roger
I-M Scores
FRATERNITY
Tau Delta Phi 6 Phi Kappa
Tau 2
Sigma Phi Epsilon 7 Alpha
Delta Phi 0
Phi Upsilon 6 Alpha Epsilon
P 0

Smith defeated Mel Storm 6-2,
6-1.
Tennis quarter-finals are still
being run off. The next All-Cam-
pus event will be cross-country.
CO-RECREATIONAL
The first of the year's weekly
co-recreation nights will be held
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. tonight.
Participants will be able to takef
part in a wide variety of sports
including swimming, badminton,
volleyball, basketball, and hand-
ball. Last year, these activities
averaged 300 people a night and
it is hoped that more will join in
now.
ICE HOCKEY
This year will see a new sport,
Ice Hockey, added to the Intra-
Mural program. All those interest-
ed in playing should contact the
Sports Building as soon as possi-
ble since only eight teams will be
allowed to compete. Play will be-

blocking for the initial score.
Later in the half Rotsko hit Bill
Brenton with a 30 yard pass put-
ting the ball on the Williams'
three. Rotsko then ran over for
the second score.
Al Mackenzie ran wild as Cooley
House trounced Wenley House, 18-
0, for their second straight win.
Mackenzie gathered in a Wenley
punt early in the game and raced
50 yards down the sideline for a
touchdown.
* * *
MINUTES LATER he repeated
his first performance, taking an-
other punt and going 40 yards for
a marker. The final Cooley score
came when Tony Cornelieson
chucked a 30 yard pass to the
same Mr. Mackenzie who was
standing alone in the end zone.
In other games, Anderson
house continued its winning
ways as it downed Adams House,
12-0. Both touchdowns climax-
ed sustained drives, with Don
Gogolin passing for the scores.
Vincent Schoeck snared Gago-
lin's first touchdown pass, a toss
of 25 yards.End Jack Gribble was
the receiver on the second scoring
thrust.
Lloyd House and Hinsdale House
battled to a standstill in regula-
tion time, buttthe former out-gain-
ed Hinsdale in the overtime period
to walk off with a 6-0 win.
Prescott House squeaked by
Winchell House by scoring in the
last seconds of the game to win,
13-7. Prescott counted first when
Jerry Abramow connected with
Duane Possanza on a 50 yard
pass play.
Winchell came back to knot the
score at six-all on a short pass
from Jerry Lundeen to Diel
Wright. With sevonds left in the
game, an Abramow-to-Jack Price
toss netted 20 yards and the win-
ning TD.
* s E
HAI MEN 1T IT4JrfTRIN nJ fi +, t

the Residence Hall crown they
won last year Hayden House won
a hotly contested game in over-
time, 6-0, over Vaughn House.
During the regulation period,
neither team could push the ball
over the goal line although both
had first downs on their oppon-
ent's three yard line.
The East Quadders had their
chance when Doug Peck passed
to Dick Dennis for 30 yards and
with a clear field ahead, Dennis
slipped in the mud on the three
yard line and fell out of bounds.
Vaughn's break came when Al
Berend intercepted a pass and
raced to the Hayden three.
The heavy rain which persisted
throughout the game hampered
both teams on the attack.
In overtime, Vaughn had the
first try at making yardage on
four downs but wound up with a
minus eleven yards via an inter-
cepted pass by Dick Dennis and
a holding penalty. Hayden won
easily as they kept hitting the line
as time ran out.

PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY
Phi Alpha Kappa 7 Alpha Rho
Chi 0
Alpha Chi Sigma 18 Phi Chi
0
Nu Sigma Nu 14 Delta Sigma
Pi 0
Law Club 'B' 34 Tau Epsilon
Rho 0
Phi Rho Sigma 7 Phi Delta Phi
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