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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Law

Club

Downs

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BACKFIELD SHIFT:
Hurley Earns Starting Fullback Position

Phi Delta Phi Seven Victors
In 27-0 Romp- Over PDChi

GRID SELECTIONS
GAMES OF THE WEEK
(Consensus Selections (19-8) Appear in Capitals)

By CORKY SMITH
The accurate passing of Bob
Cary led the Law Club to a 13-0
grid triumph over Phi Alpha Kap-
pa yesterday afternoon.
The defending champs thus
continued their winning ways and
are good prospects to repeat again
this year. Cary's heave to Dave
Ray for the first of the two touch-
downs culminated an early first
half drive.
* * 4'
A CARY TO Bill Reamon toss
clicked for the point after touch-
down. In the second half, another
aerial, this time to Tom Willson,
gave the Lawyers six more points.
Phi Delta Phi, led by the
brilliant play of Granger Cook,
out-classed Phi Delta Chi, 27-0,
in another professional frater-
nity tilt.
Cook threw two touchdown
passes and scored the other touch-
down as the losers provided little
resistance to the rampaging vic-
tors.
Jim Patrick and Jim Gault each
speared touchdown passes, while
Don Lunt and Jim Dickerson tal-
lied the extra points.
DELTA SIGMA DELTA's Bob
Glick and Chuck Sawusch passing
combination proved to be the win-
ning marker in a 7-0 game with
Alpha Omega. The extra point was
scored by a Glick to Dave Sei-j
boldt toss.

Results of other games played
yesterday were: Phi Rho Sigma
6, Alpha Chi Sigma 0; Tau Epi-
silon Rho won b forfeit over Phi
Episilon Kappa; and in a game
that was scoreless at the end of
NILL Results
Picking up where they left
off last April, the World Cham-
pion Detroit Red Wings opened
the 1952-53 National Hockey
League season with a 5-3 vic-
tory over the New York Rang-
ers.
Captain Ted Lindsay, Alex
Delvecchio, and Gordie Howe
all flashed the red light behind
rookie goalie Lorne Worsley,
filling in for the injured Chuck
Rayner, to provide the Red
Wings with a 3-0 first period
lead which was never threat-
ened.
In the only other game
scheduled last night - in the
NHL, the Chicago Blackhawks
edged out a hard-fighting Mon-
treal Canadien squad, 3-2.
the contest, Phi Alpha Delta was
silon Rho won by forfeit over Phi
Episilon, 1-0, having gained the
most total yardage.
In a social fraternity game,
Sigma Alpha Mu turned in an
18-0 win over Alpha Episilon Pi,
behind Warren Wertheimer's cap-
able passing.

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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Indiana at MICHIGAN 8.
Texas A&M at MICH. STATE 9.
Pitt at NOTRE DAME 10.
Iowa at PURDUE 11.1
Penn at PRINCETON 12.a
MARYLAND at Georgia 13.
Dartmouth at ARMY 14.
15. Southern Methodist

WISCONSIN at Ohio State
Washington at ILLINOIS
Minnesota at NORTHW'N.
Tulane at GEORGIA TECH
Cornell at SYRACUSE
OKLAHOMA at Texas
MARQUETTE at Detroit
at MISSOURI

SELECTIONS
ED WHIPPLE (21-6-.777)-Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame, Purdue,
Princeton, Maryland, Army, OSU, Illinois, Northwestern, Georgia
Tech, Syracuse, Texas, Marquette, Missouri.
BOB MARGOLIN (21' -6-.777 )-Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame,
Purdue, Princeton, Maryland, Dartmouth, Wisconsin, Illinois, North-
western, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Texas, Detroit, SMU.
PAUL GREENBERG (21-6-.777)-Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame,
Purdue, Penn, Maryland, Army, Wisconsin, Illinois, Northwestern,
Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Oklahoma, Marquette, Missouri.
DICK LEWIS (19-8-.704)-Michigan, MSC, Pitt, Purdue, Prince-
ton, Georgia, Army, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Tulane, Syracuse,
Oklahoma, Marquette, Missouri.
IVAN KAYE (19-8-.704)-Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame, Purdue,
Penn, Maryland, Army, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Georgia Tech,
Syracuse, Oklahoma, Marquette, SMU.
JOHN JENKS (18-9-.667)-Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame, Purdue,
Princeton, Maryland, Army, Wisconsin, Illinois, Northwestern, Georgia
Tech, Syracuse, Oklahoma, Marquette, Missouri.
NEIL BERNSTEIN (18-9-.667)-Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame,
Purdue, Princeton, Maryland, Army, Wisconsin, Washington, Minne-
sota, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Oklahoma, Marquette, Missouri.
ED SMITH (17-10-.630)--Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame, Purdue,
Penn, Maryland, Army, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Georgia Tech,
Syracuse, Oklahoma, Marquette, SMU.
DICK SEWELL (16-11-.593)--Michigan, MSC, Notre Dame, Pur-
due, Penn, Maryland, Dartmouth, Wisconsin, Illinois, Northwestern,
Georgia Tech, Cornell, Texas, Marquette, Missouri.
W estern Conference Grtdders
Run Through Final Practices

MERRITT GREEN
... returns to lineup

ONE STOP at
Packard Laundry
takes care of all 3:
and fast!

Scarbath Is
Picked Back
Of theWeek
Bill King of Virginia
Named Defensive Star
NEW YORK-(P)-Jack Scar-
bath, the ice cube-cool quarter-
back who directs Maryland's po-
tent split-T attack, is football's
Back of the Week in the opinion
of the nation's football writers
and broadcasters.
Scarbath, who maneuvered the
slow-starting Terrapins through
two closescalls before they finally
broke loose against Clemson last
Saturday, drew an overwhelming
vote in the first weekly Associated
Press Poll to pick the outstanding
individual players.
WHILE Scarbath almost mon-
opolized .offensive honors, Half-
back Bill King of Virginia earned
the call as Defensive Back of the
Week in a close contest.
Not only did Scarbath call
what Coach Jim Tatum called
a "near perfect game" as quar-
terback, but he personally took
a hand in scoring all four Mary-
land touchdowns. He also ran
for 77 yards in 13 carries and
completed seven of nine passes
for 128 yards. He accounted for
more yardage than the entire
Clemson team.
To gain defensive honors, King
intercepted two Virginia Tech
passes, setting up a Virginia touch-
down each time, and recovered a
fumble which touched off still an-
other scoring drive.

It looks like rugged Bob Hurley,
a hard-charging junior from Ala-
mosa, Colo., has nailed down the
starting fullback assignment for
Saturday's Big Ten opener with
Indiana.
Hurley, on the strength of his
stellar play at Palo Alto last week
and his agressiveness in practice
sessions, has taken the number
one spot away from Fred Baer, a
sophomore.
* * *
ALSO IN THE first team back-
field with the 185-pound Hurley
will probably be highly-touted
freshman wing Tony Branoff,
quarterback Ted Topor and ver-
satile halfback Ted Kress.
This offensive unit featured a
spirited all-out drill yesterday,
the last stiff warmup test before
the Indiana tilt.
Michigan's practice session,
which included pass defense, a
kicking drill and a dummy scrim-
mage, was further brightened by
the return to action of a bevy of
injured Wolverine stars.
* * *
CAPTAIN MERRITT (Tim)
Green, first reported definitely
sidelined with a severely sprained
ankle, was back in action with the
defensive platoon. He showed no
noticeable limp.
Lowell Perry, Frank Howell
and Don Oldham exhibited all
their old shiftiness as they
gathered in punts and quick
kicks off the toes of Bill Billings
and Kress.
Perry played with one leg and
another wrist swathed in tape,
but was effective on pass defense
Soccer Club
To Meet Ypsi
In Exhibition

and running back kicks. Oldham,
suffering from a badly wrenched
back, also looked impressive in a
defensive role.
* * *
STIJL FAVORING a tightly
taped leg, the brittle Howell took
part in all the drills and performed
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with his usual bursts of speed. He
will see limited action against In-
diana, however.
Tom Witherspoon, on the
shelf for the Stanford tilt, and
Tad Stanford, in and out with
injured legs over the past two
weeks, were welcomed back into
the Maize and Blue fold.

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Coach Bennie Oosterbaan used
over a dozen men in an attempt to
find the right combination to stop
the aerial bombardment sure to
be thrown up by the air-minded
Bloomington eleven.
* * *
VETERANS DAVE Tinkham,
Russ Rescorla and Roger Zatkoff
successfully thwarted the red-
shirted overhead attack, while
newcomers Bob Dingman and Dick
Balzhiser attracted attention in
their safety positions.
The heralded rookie Branoff,
going out of the right halfback
spot on offense, seemed sure un-
der the booming Billings punts,
and can be counted on to spell
Oldham and Perry in this re-
spect.
Michigan's defensive unit,
spearheaded by the heads-up play
of tackle Art Walker, and ends
Gene Knutson and Green, got an-
other look at the type of plays that
Bernie Crimmins and his split-T
operators should offer.

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By the Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Lineback-
er Joe Hall of Illinois will miss
tomorrow's game with Washington
because of an injured back.
Hall will be replaced by Full-
Back Baird Stewart. Another new
starter may be Jim Catlin at de-
fensive right tackle, thus permit-
ting iron-man Bob Weddell to con-
centrate on offense.
* * *
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Larry
Fromhart, senior fullback, worked
again at right end Thursday in In-
diana's last football drill before
traveling to Michigan for their
game tomorrow.
The Hoosiers will leave by
plane Friday in time for a prac-
tice session in the Wolverines'
Stadium.
' * *
COLUMBUS, O. - The Ohio
State University football squad
went through a shortened workout
Thursday reviewing plays it will
use against Wisconsin here Satur-
day.
Coach Woody Hayes said the
Buckeyes will have an improved
pass protection system.
Bob Joslin, Bucks' star pass re-
ceiver, will be back in the lineup at
right end.

LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Halfback
Earl Heninger and Quarterback
Dale Samuels were named Thurs-
day as co-captains for Purdue's
homecoming football game against
Iowa tomorrow.
Coach Stu Holcomb made
some hurried defensive changes
because Ed Zembal, sophomore
halfback, and Dan Crncic, sen-
ior end, haven't recovered from
injuries.
Froncie Gutman was the likeli-
est replacement at halfback. 'ed
Locke, Tom Manamee and Jack
Konkol were prospects to replace
Crncic.
* * *
EVANSTON, Ill.-Three start-
ing positions still were questionable
Thursday as Northwestern tapered
off drills for its opening Big Ten
football game at Minnesota Sat-
urday.
Although Chuck Hren has re-
covered from a foot injury, Clar-
ence Johnson may start at full-
back with Hren taking the field
later in the game. At right guard
it will be either John Belejack or
Ralph Jecha. Either Earl Burrows
or Bill Kuehl will start at defens-
ive end.

Soccer Club will hold an organi-
zational meeting tomorrow, high-
lighted by an exhibition game with
an Intra-mural team from Mich-
igan State Normal College.
The game, which will get under
way at 10 a.m., will be played on
the soccer field east of Michigan
Stadium.
Ken Ross, captain of the Wol-
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squad, though inexperienced, will
provide adequate competition for
the booters from Ypsilanti.
The presence of many interest-
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