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OCTOBER 19, 1951



SAE Captures I-Ill Track

D Baseball Clubs ReceiveSeries Shares

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Wolverines Head for Iowa;
Wes Bradford to be Drafted

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Michigan grid entourage, includ-
ing Coach Bennie Oosterbaan, his
staff, and 40 players, for the first
time in 14 years is travelling to-
ward Iowa City for a game with
the Iowa Hawkeyes.
And mingled with the news of
departure' came the further dis-
closure that Wes Bradford, dim-
inutive wingback slated to start
against Iowa tomorrow, has been
ordered to report for induction
into the army Tuesday.
BRADFORD, 150 pound scat-
back, has reportedly 'passed his
pre-induction physical and will
enter the service from his home
r draft board in Troy, Ohio. Brad-
ford left with the squad on the
train this afternoon, indicating
that he will be in the lineup to-
The Wolverines are not sched-
uled to reach Iowa City until
just before game time. They
spent last night in Chicago, and
tonight they will rest at Cedar
R Rapids, Iowa, following a light
workout there this afternoon.
Frank Howell, wingback plagued
by an ankle injury, and Emil Mor-
lock, suffering from a lame back,
were left at home.
* * *
A NEW FACE on the team is
Bob Matheson, a 15 ,pound guard
from Detroit. Matheson, a junior,
was not listed as a squad member
until last week.
Yesterday Oosterbaan ran his
charges through a short work-
out designed to put the finishing
touches on all phases of the re-
cently improved Maize and Blue
Contact work was avoided, since
Cuhicago May
Trade Coach
CHICAGO-(AP -- The Chicago
Bears said last night that Heart-
ley (Hunk) Anderson is ready to
take over as head coach of the
Washington Redskins, if the Red-
skins can fulfill one condition.
The condition: that the Wash-
ington Professional F o o t b al11
Club give Bear Owner - Coach
George Halas a tackle in exchange
for the contract of the veteran
line coach.

* 1 *

... trades uniforms
* * *
Oosterbaan figured the Wolverines
were a bit weary after workouts
in the summer heat which has pre-
vailed for the past few days.
MORALE appeared to be high
during the week's practices at
Ferry Field, indicating that Mich-
igan is confident of making Iowa
the second straight 1951 Maize
and Blue Conference victim.
Following is the traveling squad,
which includes five freshmen-Leo
Schlict, Glenn Bowers, ean Lud-
wig, Duncan McDonald, and Don
ENDS: Bob Dingman, Schlict,
Tad Stanford, Russ Osterman,
Lowell Perry, Merritt Green,
Fred Pickard, and Gene Knut-
TACKLES: Roger Zatkoff,
Ralph Stribe, Bernard Pederson,
Bruce Bartholomew, Jim Balog,
and Tom Johnson;
GUARDS: Bob Timm, Tom
Kelsey, Pete Kinyon, Matheson,
Don Dugger, Don Bennett, Jim
Wolter, and Dick Beison;
CENTERS: Bowers, Dick
O'Shaughnessey, Ludwig, and
Wayne Meichiori;
HALFBACKS: Bill Putich,
Eaddy, Don Oldham, Ted Kress,
Tom Witherspoon, and Brad-
por, McDonald, Bill Billings, and
Don Zanfagna;
FULLBACKS: Don Peterson,
Russ Rescorla, Dave Tinkham,
and Laurie LeClaire.

Lambda Chi
Grid Victors;
Delta Upsilon
With a dramatic finish Lambda
Chi Alpha came from behind to
beat Theta Chi, 7-6, in the most
thrilling contest in I-M play yes-
The horn had already sounded
to end the game when Bill Burnie
caught an end zone pass from Bob
Ballman to tie the score. Then
on the extra point try Ballmran
again completed a pass to Burnie
to give Lambda Chi the win. The
Theta Chi touchdown came on a
pass from Bill Porteus to Jerry
ALPHA SIGMA Phi, trailing 6-0
at half time, tallied twice in the
second half to defeat Phi Sigma
Kappa, 13-6. Both Alpha Sig
scores came on passes from Dave
The f i r s t Co-Recreation
Night of the semester will be
held this evening at the Intra-
Mural building from 7:30 to
All facilities will be open to
both men and women including
the swimming pool which will
close at 10:00 p.m., however.
Weigal. The second Weigal Bass
was caught by Al Miller with less
than a minute to play. Phi Sigma
Kappa's only tally came s the
result of a pass from Bob Russel
to Bob Mueller.
Delta Upsilon sparked by the
running of Steve Pannes and
the passing of Jim Watkins beat
Alpha Delta Phi 20-6. Pannes
ran forty yards for one touch-
down and caught a Watkins pass
for another. Ed Whipple caught
another pass for DU's remaining
score. Marty Edwards Alpha
Delt back returned the second
half kick-off for their only
In another close contest Alpha
Kappa Kappa edged Tau Epsilon
Rho 7-0. The Alpha Kappa Kappa
score was the result of a forty
yard aerial from George Porretta
to Jan Mefler.
* * *
NU SIGMA Nu's 'A' team capi-
talized on numerous Alpha Kappa
Sigma fumbles in coasting to a
35-0 victory. Nu Sig's big offen-
sive weapon was the passing of
Tom Peterson. Nu S,'s 'B' team
lost to the Law Club 'A' team,

Delta Sigs, Led by Bryant,
Tie ATO for Second Place

CINCINNATI--(/)-The World
Series money melon was cut yes-
terday and, while the New York
Yankees got the most money, it
was the losing Giants who set a
financial record in the 1951
In collecting $4,951.03 for each
full share, against $6,446.09 for
each Yaflk. the defeated National
League Giants got more dough
than any other second runner in
tite history of the baseball classic.
THE PREVIOUS high for a los-
er was $4,829.40, paid to the
Brooklyn Dodgers in dropping the
1941 Series to New York's Yank-


Sigma Alpha Epsilon's yellow-
clad tracksters ran off with the
big prize yesterday as they tri-
umphed in the annual outdoor
fraternity'track meet held at
Ferry Field yesterday afternoon.
The SAE's combined two first
places and two seconds for a total
of sixteen points which sent them
home three points ahead of Delta
Sigma Phi and Alpha Tau Omega
who tied for second place.
THE NEXT four teams were
separated by only one and one-,
third points, pointing up the keen
competition that took the field
In fourth place was Phi Gam-
ma Delta with 11 points, Kappa
Sigma and Phi Delta Theta fol-
lowed a point behind in a fifth
place tie, while Sigma Phi Lpsi-
lon trailed them by a scant third
of a point. The nine and two-
thirds points that the Sig Eps
mustered brought them seventh
All told, 20 fraternities broke
into the scoring column
ALTHOUGH a cursory check of
the records by the intra-mural
staff indicated that no new rec-
ords were set during the after-
noon, several men received atten-
ticki by virtue of scoring in two
events. Among these was Lyle La
Pine of SAE who took a first in
the 440 and a second in the pole
vault to account for half of his
house's winning total.
Delta Sigma Phi also had. a
double winner in their hurdler
Carl Bryant who placed second in
the highs and triumphed in the
lows. Bob Cutting and Ken Bab-
cock both scored twice for Sigma
Phi Epsilon. Cutting won the
880 and tied for fourth in the
pole vault while Babcock took a
third in the mile and tied for
fourth in the high jump.
The summaries:
* * *
HIGH HURDLES: 1 - Thompson,
Phi Gamma Delta; 2-Bryant, Delta
Sigma Phi; 3-Philpot, Delta Taus Del-
ta; 4-Hill, Theta Chi; Time-:08.3.
MILE RUN: 1-Piazza, Kappa Sig-
ma; 2-Conn, Pi Lambda Phi; 3-Bab-
cock, Sigma Phi Epsilon; 4-Windes,
Acacia; Time-5:07.6,
100 YD. DASH: 1-Richards, ATO;
hockey Results
CHICAGO - P) -- The Detroit
Red Wings crushed the Chicago
Black Hawks, 6 to 1, last night to
continue the mastery over the
Hawks they exerted last season
when they lost only one of 14
starts against Chicago.
At Montreal the Canadiens
scored their third win in four
starts in the NHL by edging the
New York Rangers, 3-2.

The best was the $6,772.05 col-
lected by the victorious Cleve-
land club of 1948, when it de-
feated the Boston Braves.
TheWorld Champions voted
full shares to 31 members and
part shares to 16 others in the
THE GIANTS decided to give
29 members full shares, and parts
of shares to 11 others. Coaches,
bat boys, ground keepers, and of-
fice help figured in the money
split made by each club.
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick's office also announced
these money facts of the six
game series:
The second place Cleveland club
of the American League and run-


ner-up Brooklyn of the National
circuit got $42,042.18 each. Cleve-
land's full shares amounted to
$1,223.47. Brooklyn's full share
was $1,3435.
THE THIRD place Boston Red
Sox got $812.50 for a full share,
while the third place St. Louis
Cards of the National circuit got
$859.33 apiece.
The fourth place Boston Braves
of the National League, and the
fourth place Chicago White Sox
divided their money so that each
full share amounted to $412.
Total receipts for the six game
series amounted to $1,633,457.47.
The Yankee and Giant manage-
ment each got $206,969.11.
Both leagues collected the same

2-Erley, Phi Gamma Delta; 3-Jones,
Chi Phi; 4-Begrow, Theta Xi; Time
440 YD. DASH: 1-La Pine SAE; 2-
Edwards, Phi Delta Theta; 3-Kerry,
Beta Theta Pi; 4-Thomas, Sigma Chi;
880 YD. DASH: 1-Cutting, Sigma
Phi Epsilon; 2-Heikemmen, SAE; 3-
Bemus, Sigma Phi Epsilon; 4-Bur-
well, Kappa Sigma; Time-2:11.5.
LOW HURDLES: 1-Bryant, Delta
Sigma Phi; 2-Harris, ATO; 3-Phil-
pot, Delta Tau Delta; 4-Guy, Beta
Theta Pi; Time-:08.6.
HIGH JUMP: 1-Crane, Delta Sig-
ma Phi; 2-Tarrant, Beta Theta Pi;
Allen, Zeta Psi (tie for second); 4-
Krumbholz, Chi Phi; Babcock, Sigmt
Phi Epsilon; Amdur, Phi Sigma Delta;
POLE VAULT: 1-Lawrence, Phi
DeltacTheta; 2-La Pine, SAE; 3-
Church, Kappa Sigma; 4-C. Smith.
Phi Kappa Tau; R. Smith, Beta Theta
Pi; Cutting, Sigma Phi Epsilon;
SHOTPUT: I-Bell, SAE; ?-Nich-
olson, Chi Phi; 3-Matteson, Kappa
Sigma; 4-Hill, Sigma Chi; Distance-
BROAD JUMP: 1-Richards, ATO:
2-Murray, Phi Gamma Delta: 3-
Michaels, Phi Delta Theta; 4-Rosen-
berg, SAM; Distance-19'101/"«

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ceiving a
was only

for each Yankee re-
full share this year
the fourth highest.

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