THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sigma Chi Soars
To I-M Triumph
Pi Lambda Phi Routs Delta Kappa
Epsilon; Delta Chi Defeats Acacia
writers Select Stengel
As Manager of the Year
By STEPHAN SPEYER
Jerry Davis' spectacular passing
paved the way for Sigma Chi's
26-0 rout of Phi Kappa Psi in fra-
ternity intramural football yester-
day on Ferry Field.
This was Sigma Chi's third
straight win which is good for its
DAVIS was on the throwing end
of every one of Sigma Chi's scor-
ing plays, tossing twice to Bill
Ammerman and once to Norm
Canty and Bob Littleson for
touchdowns. He also hit Jim
Young and Ammerman for two
Pi Lambda Phi, led by the able
arm of Jerry Rovner. trounced
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 27-0. The
Pi Lams, unscored upon this sea-
son, also claimed its third
straight victory and a league ti-
Rovner let loose with three
touchdown heaves, tossing a 45
yard pass to Sid Amster on the
first Pi Lam play from scrimmage,
and later in the game completing
one each to Dave Weisman and
Howard Gugenheim. He tossed
twice to Jerry Hirsch and once to
Guggenheim for the extra points.
Not satisfied with his achieve-
ments, Rovner also shook himself
loose for a 45 yard run into pay-
CHI PSI took a 14-7 decision
from Theta Delta Chi. The pass-
ing combination of Cliff Dolan
to Ben Bennet accounted for all
of the winner's points. Dolan
threw two touchdown and two ex-
tra point aerials to Bennet.
Theta Delta Chi's scoring re-
sulted from Bill Whittingham's
passes to Ken Rice and Phil Ha-
gan for the touchdown and extra
Dave Weigel's passes sparked
Alpha Sigma Phi to a 7-0 win
over Lambda Chi Alpha. He
tossed to Tom Ehman for six
points and to Al Miller for the
Delta Chi downed Acacia by an
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8-0 score as Jim Hicks passed to
Jim Cape for a tally and Cape
caught an Acacia player in the end
zone for a safety and two insur-
SIGMA ALPHA Epsilon won a
close game from Theta Chi, 4-0.
Walt Voss and Fritz Richmond
were responsibel for theta Chi's
In another close game Theta
Xi eked out a 2-0 win over Phi
Kappa Tau. on the strength of
a safety when a Phi Kappa Tau
player dropped the pigskin in
the end zone.
Tau Delta Phi was caught on
the shotr end of a 12-0 ggme with
Phi Gamma Delta.
Two other scheduled games did
not materialize as Phi Delta The-
ta and Kappa Nu forfeited to Tri-
gon and Tau Kappa Epsilon re-
EAST LANSING, Mich.-(I)--
Michigan State isn't taking Satur-
day's game with Syracuse lightly.
As evidence of this, Coach Biggie
Munn and his aides have been
working on new plays all week.
Tom Yewcic, the No. 1 quarter-
back, and Willie Thrower, sure to
see service as an alternate after
his fine showing last week, have
been instructed to throw the new
stuff at Syracuse as soon as the
going gets tough.
SYRACUSE, N. Y.-(,P)--Defen-
sive tactics got prime attention
again yesterday as Syracuse Uni-
versity's football squad prepared
for its encounter with Michigan
State, victorious in 18 straight
Coach Floyd Schwartzwalder has
stressed defensive play in all ses-
sions this week.
But, he also used a portion of
the period to, work on improving
of fensive maneuvers.
The Orange squad will leave to-
morrow for East Lansing, Mich.,
where they meet the Spartans
NEW YORK (P)--Casey Stengel,
the grizzled pilot of the world
champion Yankees, yesterday was
named manager of the year for the
second time by baseball writers in
an Associated Press poll.
The No. 1 citizen of Glendale,
Calif., was named on 37 ballots of
the 72 voting members of the base-
ball writers association of Ameri-
ca. He netted more votes than the
combined total of the 15 other
Stengel first won the poll in
EDDIE STANKY, a big success
in his freshman year as manager
of the St. Louis Cardinals, was
second with ten votes. This game
Stanky the title of National League
Manager of the year.
His total doubled that of Leo
Durocher, his formerhboss who
brought the Giants into second
place after being voted Manag-
er of the Year last year. The
Cards wound up a strong third
Jimmy Dykes received eight
votes for steering his Philadelphia
Athletics into fourth place.
* * *
TIED WITHI four votes were
Chuck Dressen of Brooklyn and
Bucky Harris of Washington.
In all, nine pilots received back-
ing for the "Manager-of-tbe-year"
award. Two votes went to Phil Cay-
arretta of the Chicago Cubs and
one each went to Steve O'Neill of
the Philadelphia Phillies and Al
Lopez of Cleveland.
In First Year
CHICAGO (P)-Howard Cassady,
Ohio State's brilliant freshman
halfback, is cutting a neat statis-
tical figure in his first year of col-
The rambling "Hopalong" aver-
aged 7.45 yards in the 22 time he
carried the ball. He leads all Big
Ten runners in this department.
* . *
HE ALSO is tied for the lead in
scoring. He and fullback Max
Schmaling of Purdue have count-
ed 24 points apiece.
The figures, which include
only conference games, were re-
leased by Big Ten headquarters
Indiana has won only one Big
Ten game of three played but has
two of the individual statistical
FULLBACK Pat Gedman leads
the conference in yards gained
rushing. He has a net of 307 yards
in his three games. Quarterback
Lou D'Achille leads in total of-
fense with 399 yards, earned main-
ly on his passing.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan in-
stalled Bob Dingman and George
Dutter at the second string de-
fensive end positions yesterday in
a desperate effort to bolster the
injury-riddled frank corps.
Dingman is a senior from Sagi-
naw, while Dutter is a junior from
Fort Wayne, Indiana. Neither has
seen much action so far this sea-
Knee injuries have put sopho-
more ends Jim Bates and John
Veselenak on the shelf for at
least a week and probably long-
Michigan's defense came in for
a thorough testing in yesterday's
workout, with reserves imperson-
ating the Northwestern attack.
An intensive passing drill
highlighted the offensive por-
tion of the workout. Ted Topor
and Ted Kress carried the main
load, but almost every other back
on the squad got the chance to
fling the leather.
By DICK LEWIS
A game Northwestern senior
with a bum right foot could easily
draw the curtains on Michigan's
Big Ten title hopes at Evanston
Prima donna on the Wildcat
football stage is Chuck Hren, 21-
year-old fullback who recently re-
EVANSTON, Ill. (l) - Seven
Northwestern players were
erased from the casualty list
yesterday and okayed for ac-
tion against Michigan Satur-
Coach Bob Voigts said he will
continue to scrimmage his de-
fensive squad against freshmen
but will have no heavy contact
work on offense for fear of new
against Minnesota last Satur-
day as he rolled up 149 yards in
31 carries. This represented a
4.8 average and erased the old
rushing mark of 140 yards es-
tablished by fullback Rich Athan
against Navy in 1950.
Hren plowed through the Goph-
er forward wall to tally three of
Northwestern's four touchdowns
and take the team scoring lead in
THE FORMER Duluth, Minn.,
all-stater played a big part in the
Purple and White's sixth place
conference finish and 5-4hoverall
slate last season.
He overcame limited action as
a sophomore, which saw him
carry the ball only 15 times for
a 40-yard net, to lug the pigskin
539 yards in 133 thrusts for a
4.1 average in his junior year.
Currently ranked as one of the
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outstanding fullbacks in North-
western history, Hren tallied 24
points in 1951 on four paydirt
* * *
UNDOUBTEDLY the most im-
portant of these was a 17-yard
scamper at Michigan Stadium
which gave the Wildcats an up-
set, 6-0 verdict over the Wolver-
Hren scored with eleven minutes
left in the second period and win-
ners successfully stalled the rest
of the way.
Hren went on to rush for 298
yards on 91 attempts in six West-
ern Conference contests for a 3.3
average. This placed him tenth
among league rushers.
The fractured small bone in his
right foot probably won't slow
Hren up too much Saturday. It will
remain for the Michigan line to
take care of that item.
WILDCAT FULLBACK RETURNS:
Broken Foot Fails to Sideline Hren
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COLUMBUS, O. (/P)--A broken
arm Wednesday cost the Ohio
State football team the services
of Jim Hietikko, starting offensive
tackle, for the rest of the season.
Hietikko's arm was broken when
a defensive player fell on him dur-
ing a line mixup in dummy prac-
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