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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952

THE MICHIGAN fTAILY

PAGE THREE

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952 PAGE TRRE~

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Cooley

Travels to Cross Country Win

D

Shel Capp, Independent,
Wins All-Campus Title

By PHIL DOUGLIS
Cooley House swept to victory
yesterday in the dormitory all
campus cross country meet by
rolling up the incredible score of
seven points, new all-time intra-
mural record.
The new record, one short of a
perfect score of six, shattered
Lloyd House's old mark of 17.
Cooley's triumph was accomp-
lished by placing men first, second
and fourth out of a host of com-
petiters. It was sparked by Ben
Yount, who paced the dormitory
division, traveling the two miles
distance on University Golf
course in 10:12.5.
YOUNT, however, trailed Shel
Capp, who, running unattached,
won the all-campus individual ti-
tie. Capp, grabbing the lead about
a quarter of a mile from the fin-
ish, held on to edge Yount by 1.7
seconds.
- The swift Cooley squad was
comprised of winner Yount, sec-
ond place man Wayne Holmes,
and fourth placer John Stuart.
The nearest competition the
Cooleymen had was Allen-
Rumsey, who tallied 19 points.
The Alleh-Rumsey squad placed
Jack Degov third, Jack Brown sev-
enth, and Don Meikle ninth.
Cards Release
Breeheen Who
Jloins Browjiis
ST. LOUIS-OP)-Harry The Cat
Brecheen, veteran left-handed
pitcher, yesterday signed a con-
tract with the St. Louis Browns
after being given his uncondition-
al release earlier by the neighbor-
ing Cardinals.
Brownie officials said Brecheen
signed as a pitcher-coach. They
would not reveal his salary, but
Cardinal President Fred Saigh
said "the Browns effered him $20,-
000 as a player and $14,000 the
next year on a two-year contract."
THE VETERAN 38-year-old
southpaw, serving as a pitching
coach and working infrequently,
won seven and lost five for the
Cardinals last season.
Saigh said "we were going to
start Brecheen at $10,000." The
Cardinal prexy said he had of-
fered The Cat a coaching job,
and had obtained waivers that
made him a free-agent.
As a 10-year-man, Brecheen had
the right to refuse to join any club
that claimed him. Pittsburgh did,
Saigh said.

The West Quadders were hardly
'pressed by the third place team,
Gomberg, who totaled 33 points.
Gomberg had Erle Kauffman,
sixth, Blaine Harper thirteenth,
and Ed Godfrey 14th.
* *~ * *
WENLEY and Taylor houses
tied for fourth place with 56
points, Hinsdale was sixth with
58, followed by Michigan in sev-
enth with 67, and Williams in
eighth with 88. Greene house
placed ninth with 102 points,
Entries for the All-Campus
Handball Tournament close
Wednesday, Nov. 12. The tour-
nament starts Tuesday, Nov. 18.
-Shelly Chambers
Strauss tenth with 103, " Adams
eleventh with 108, and Hayden
placed in the number 12 slot with
111 points. Huber and Van Tyne
placed 13th and 14th, polling 114
and 116 respectively, and Lloyd
house placed last, finishing only
two men.
Competitors who finished in
the top ten not already men-
tioned, included Bob Patterson
of Taylor house, who came in
sixth, and Hinsdales' Glenn
Coury, who crossed the finish
line ninth.
Last year's all-campus-dorm
cross country meet was won by
Williams House which tallied 65
points. Individual honors went to
Charles Hatch who won the all-
campus title and the dorm indi-
vidual title, moving the distance
in 11:16.5.

Varsity Sets
Air Defense
For Illinois
Coach Ben Oosterbaan put the
finishing touches on his league-
leading Wolverines yesterday and
the Maize and Blue appear to be
in top physicalcondition for the
impending clash with Illinois.
Don Oldham, Stan Knicker-
bocker, Ted Topor and Lowell
Perry, who had all been nursing
injuries received in last week's en-
counter with Minnesota, have re-
turned to the able list.
The varsity sharpened its of-
fense on the dummies during yes-
terday's two hour drill. As is the
recent custom, there was no actual
contact scrimmage. With a lack
of real depth, the coaches are
taking no chances during these
crucial days of the campaign. The
last thing Michigan can stand at
this point would be another in-
jury to a key player.
Tom O'Connell's passing is still
the major concern of the Wolver-
ines in the defense department.
Another thorough workout in pass
defense featured yesterday's drill.
The Illini have passed from an
assortment of formations this sea-
son. O'Connell has thrown from
the regular "T", the split "T", the
wing "T" and the spread forma-
tions in five games to date. Such
a variance of offensive formations
puts a great deal of pressure on
Wolverine defensive signal caller
Roger Zatkoff. Michigan leadsthe
conference in pass defense, how-
ever.
LATE HOCKEY SCORE
Chicago 8, New York 3

Sigma Chi Defeats Sig Ep,
Gains Final Playoff Position
Alpha Kappa Kappa, Phi Delta Epsilon Cop
Professional Fraternity League Grid Games

By GORDON MARS
Sigma Chi gained a position in
the first place finals by yesterday
afternoon defeating Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, 13-0, in a social fraternity
game.
Bob Littleson scored both touch-
downs in the second half on passes
from Jerry Davis and Paul Fancer.
A pass from Davis to Fancer ac-
counted for the extra point.
This was the only I-M social
fraternity game played. All oth-
ers were in the professional fra-
ternity league.
* * *
ALPHA KAPPA Kappa won its
third straight, defeating Phi Rho
Sigma, 20-0, in the professional
fraternity league. Ace Mueller
tossed to Frank Whitehouse and
Al McPhail for touchdowns in the
first half.
In the second half Mueller again
tossed, this time to McPhail. Al-
pha Kappa Kappa has one game
remaining with Delta Sigma Delta.
Both have 3-0 records.
Phi Delta Epsilon blanked Al-
pha Kappa Psi, 20-0, in a game
played under protest. A pass
from Dick Sanders to Henry
Geurelnick accounted for the
first score,-with the point after
touchdown scored on a run by
Sanders.
Early in the second half Milton
Green's long aerial resulted in a

touchdown. Later Frank Blumen-
thal intercepted a pass and raced
all the way to pay dirt for the vic-
tors.
Claims that an illegal player was
used may, however, result in a for-
feit instead. The results of the
protest will be given in the near
future.
* * *
IN ANOTHER contest Alpha
Omega won its first game of the
season downing Alpha Chi Sigma,
13-6. All of the scores came on
passes early in the first half.
The Law Club and Phi Delta
Phi teams rested having gained
their divisional titles and playoff
berths.
Detroit Snaps
LosingStreak
DETROIT-(/P)-The Stanley
Cup champion Detroit Red
Wings snapped a three-game
losing streak last night with a
tie-breaking onslaught of three
goals in the final period, whip-
ping the Boston Bruins, 4 to 1.
Metro Prystai, Ted Lindsay
and Johnny Wilson shattered
the Bruins with the final period
goals after Detroiter Red Kelly
had scored in the second period.

I,

Yankees Defend Late Season
Dealingswith National League

NEW YORK - (P) - The New
York Yankees pointed the finger
at the Cleveland Indians yesterday
as they defended their action in
obtaining players by the waiver
rules after the trading deadline.
George M. Weiss, Yank general
manager, issued a statement de-
claring the club "never obtained
a ball player behind or beyond the
rules of baseball."
s *s
THE MAJOR-MINOR executive
council Wednesday recommended
a new rule, requiring waivers by
all clubs in both leagues before a
player can be sold to another ma-
jor league club after July 31. This
new rule. comes up for a vote at
the winter meetings in Pheonix
next month.
As the Yanks obtained several
National Yeague players by the
waiver route enroute to four

straight pennants, this was
considered by many as a "stop
the Yanks" move.
"We have always lived by the
rules passed at major league meet-
ings," Weiss declared, "and we
will live by any rules passed at
the next one.
"ON THE MATTER of play-
ers obtained from the National
League, however, we believe cer-
tain facts should be pointed out,
facts pertaining to the American
League pennant race of 1952.
"The New York Yankees pur-
chased Ewell Blackwell, right-
handed pitcher, from the Cin-
cinnati Reds. This followed ne-
otiations in which the Yankees
outbid, among others, the Cleve-
land Indians.
"Blackwell pitched in five games
for the Yankees. He hurled a to-
tal of 16 innings and contributed
one victory to our pennant tri-
umph.
* * *
"ON THE OTHER hand, the
Cleveland Indians purchased three
players who had been waived out
of the National League, George
Strickland, shortstop; Wally Wast-
lake, outfielder, and Ted Wilks,
relief pitcher.
"Strickland played in 31 games
and was the Cleveland club's
regular shortstop down the
stretch.
"Westlake played in 30 games.
"Wilks relieved in six games.
"That is a total of 67 games
against 16 innings of pitching. Just
how far back of the Y&nkees the
runner-up Cleveland club would
have been without the aid of these
three players is problematical."

AL BROSKY
... limited Illini action
* * *
Illini Slacken
Practice Drills
For 'M' Battle
CHAMPAIGN-(1')-Coach Ray
Eliot let his battered Illinois foot-
ballers ease off for tomorrow's
game with Michigan at Ann Ar-
bor with a long dummy scrim-
mage yesterday.
Two changes are tabbed for
the starting Illini lineup. Ken
Swienton will make his first
start at offensive halfback and
on defense, veteran Joe Hall
has won back his linebacking
post from Paul Luhrsen.
Fullback Ken Miller, forced by
a side injury to play defense only
the past four games, will be able
to relieve Pete Bachouros at full-
back.
Eliot said Captain Al Brosky
might get into the game against
Michigan with the aid of a steel
brace but that his contribution
was likely to be small.
The Illini will fly to Michigan
today, stopping at Dearborn un-
til shortly before game-time.
MSC Departs
Without Pisano
EAST LANSING -- (W) - Vince
Pisano, the scrappy little senior
right half was not on the travel-
ing roster as the 40-man Michigan
State football squad took off for
Purdue yesterday.
Pisano was still sidelined by
his leg injury. Bert Zagers, soph-
omore halfback from Cadillac,
was added to the roster for the
first time.
Fullback Wayne Benson, lead-
ing ground-gainer at the spot, was
on the roster although his leg in-
jury still is causing him some
trouble. Dick Panin is likely to
start with Evan Slonac and Ben-
son ready to spell him.
Jake Morgan, the big defen-
sive tackle from Detroit, suf-
fered a leg cut that required six
stitches in scrimmage Wednes-
day. Morgan will play with a
protectice bandage and padding,
however.
After a final workout here yes-
terday, the squad took a bus to
Detroit and left by plane from the
Willow Run airport for Indian-
apolis.

By the Associated Press
COLUMBUS, O.-Despite medi-
ocre practice sessions, Coach
WoodynHayes said last night he
was confident his Ohio State foot-
ball team would bounce back in
top form for the Northwestern en-
counter at Evanston, Ill., tomor-
row.
Hayes said there would be no
change in the offensive line-up
which started last Saturday
against Iowa when the underdog
Hawkeyes won, 8-0.
* * *
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-Notre
Dame's football squad concen-
trated on pass defense yesterday
in its last heavy drill before
tomorrow's game with Navy at
Cleveland.
Coach Frank Leahy expects
a barrage of aerials from
Navy's star passing quarter-
back, Seve Schoderbeck. The
Irish will be in good shape
physically.
** *
EVANSTON, Ill.-Northwestern
University's football squad hus-
tied through signal drills y'ester-
day in preparation for tomorrow's
Big 10 clash with Ohio State.
Coach Bob Voigts cut a sched-
uled scrimmage to devote the ad-
ditional time to his offensive unit.
Voigts indicated the Wildcats will
be without the services of center
Harry Riley who is -sidelined with
a chest injury.
* * *
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin
Thursday ended heavy drills for
their invasion of Rice tomorrow,
and Line Coach Milt Bruhn
spent the afternoon with offen-

TEAMS EYE TOMORROW:
Easy Final Workouts Mark
Midwest Grid Preparations

sive backs-trying to improve
their blocking.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Indiana
University's football squad ran
through all of its offensive and
defensive formations yesterday in
a long final workout before leaving
for Pittsburgh.
Coach Bernie Crimmins named
a 40-man traveling squad for to-
morrow's game, including quar-
terback Lou D'Achille, who has
been fighting the flu.
* * *
M~,INNEAPOLIS -- The Goph-
ers worked mostly on blocking
drill yesterday with the hope of
stopping Iowa cold and giving
Minnesota its third Big 10 vic-
tory to cap the Homecoming
here tomorrow.
Coach Wes Fesler also had
both the varsity and reserves
working on passing and run-
ning plays against freshmen
squads. He reported everybody
in good shape with no absentees
from the first string.
* * *
IOWA CITY, Ia.-After a light
passing workout, the Iowa Hawk-
eyes left last nigh for Minneapo-
lis and tomorrow's Big 10 football
game with Minnesota.
Coach Forest Evashevski said
the Hawks are in good shape ex-
cept for halfback Bob Phillips who
is out with a separated elbow.
-* * * *
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (P)-Quarter-
back Dale Samuels and his favor-
ite pass-catching end, Bernie
Flowers, were named yesterday as
co-captains for Purdue's home
game with Michigan State's foot-
ball powerhouse tomorrow.

GRID SELECTIONS,1
GAMES OF THE WEEK
Consensus Selections (50-21) Appear in Capitals

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Illinois at MICHIGAN
Navy at NOTRE DAME
MICHIGAN STATE at Purdue
WISCONSIN at Rice
UCLA at California
GEORGIA TECH at Duke
LSU at MISSISSIPPI

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Iowa at MINNESOTA
OHIO STATE at Northwestern
Indiana at PITTSBURGH
BAYLOR at Texas Christian
Southern Methodist at TEXAS
Georgia at ALABAMA
DETROIT at Fordham

15. Penn State at PENN
SELECTIONS
PAUL GREENBERG (54-17-.761)-Michigan, Notre Dame, MSC, Wis-
consin, UCLA, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Minnesota, OSU, Pitt,
Baylor, Texas, Alabama, Detroit, Penn.
ED SMITH (51-20-.718)-Michigan, Notre Dame, MSC, Wisconsin,
UCLA, Duke, Mississippi, Minnesota, OSU, Pitt, TCU, Texas,
Georgia, Detroit, Penn.
IVAN KAYE (50-21-.704)-Michigan, Notre Dame, MSC, Wisconsin,
California, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Minnesota, OSU, Indiana,
TCU, Texas, Alabama, Detroit, Penn.
ED WHIPPLE (48-23-.676)-Michigan, Notre Dame, MSC, Wisconsin,
California, Duke, Mississippi, Minnesota, OSU, Pitt, Baylor, Texas,
Alabama, Fordham, Penn.
JOIN JENKS (48-23-.676)-Michigan, Notre Dame, MSC, Wisconsin,
UCLA, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Minnesota, OSU, Pitt, Baylor,
Texas, Alabama, Fordham, Penn.
DICK LEWIS (47-24-.662)-Michigan, Navy, MSC, Wisconsin, Cali-
fornia, Duke, LSU, Minnesota, Northwestern, Indiana, TCU,
Texas, Alabama, Detroit, Penn State.
BOB MARGOLIN (47-24-.662)-Michigan, Notre Dame, MSC, Wis-
consin, UCLA, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Minnesota, OSU, Pitt,
Baylor, Texas, Alabama, Detroit, Penn.
DICK SEWELL (46-25-.648)-Michigan, Notre Dame, MSC, Wiscon-
sin, UCLA, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Minnesota, OSU, Indiana,
Baylor, Texas, Georgia, Detroit, Penn.

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