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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

PAGE THREE

Phids

Dump

Phi

Rho

Sigmal

DOUBLE WING EXAMINED:
Michigan Grid Squad Polishes Defense

TOP ATTRACTION:
Wolverines Beat Tulane
In Teams' Only Meeting

By PHIL DOUGLAS
Gloria Swanson was appearing
on the Majestic's screen, and Nora
Bayes was appearing in person at
the Garrick, but Michigan stu-
dents desired a different kind of
entertainment on' the day of Oc-
tober 30, 1920.
For it was on this day that the
mighty Wolverines of Fielding
Yost were to take the field against
Tulane here in Ann Arbor. This
meeting was destined to become
the only metting of the two teams
for 33 years, the next contest be-
tween the two coming this Satur-
day in the Stadium.
THE MICHIGAN squad was still
aching over a bruising 7-6 defeat
to powerful Illinois the week be-
fore. But it was mighty sharp on
this October day, for it pulverized
the hapless Green Wave, 21-0.
Tulane was accompanied on
this long three day trip to Ann
Arbor by their athletic director,
Germany Shultz, better known
to Wolverine fans as the great-
est center Michigan ever had.
Shultz drew cheers from the
crowd and bowed politely, and
this was the last time Tulane

was in the spotlight all after-
noon.
The first half was slow, as the
teams tested each others defense
with line plunges. But late in the
second quarter, the Wolverines be-
gan to march, and capped off the
drive when Ted Bank plunged over
from the one yard line. Frank
Steketee, who had been Michigan's
most efficient ground gainer in
this drive, added the extra point,
and the Wolverines led, 7-0, at the
half.
* * *
MICHIGAN came to life in the
second half, when midway in the
third quarter, right halfback Jack
Perrin plowed his way through the
Greenies' line, broke into the clear,
and roared up the Northern sde
lines 48 yards to score. The extra
point was good, and Michigan had
the Tulane boys on the ropes, 14-0.
Tulane desperately resorted to
the air lanes, but Michigan's pass
defense was razor sharp, and halt-
ed the Greenies time and again.
The Wolverines then put the game
in the strongbox, when Banks fired
a lond touchdown pass to Perrin,
Paul Goebel converted, and Michi-
gan had wrapped up a 21-0 vic-
tory over Tulane.

Cook, Cary
Spark Squad
To 19-6 Win
By CORKY SMITH
Granger Cook's 19 points paced
Phi Delta Phi in its trounce over
Phi Rho Sigma yesterday, 19-6, as
the professional fraternity football
season began.
Cook scored all the tallies for
the Phids on two passes, one a
30-yard aerial from the capable
arm of Bob Cary. The only extra
point was scored on a Cary to Cook
pass combination. Dave Dawson's
pass to end Keith Averill was the
only Phi Rho Sigma touchdown.
* * *
IN ANOTHER contest Nu Sigma
defeated Phi Delta Epsilon, 13-6.
John Hess ran around end for the
first touchdown. Bill Forsyte took
a pass from Hess in the end zone
for the extra point. Hess rifled a
long pass to Bob Clark for the sec-
ond Nu Sig tally. The try for the
extra point was no good.
The Law Club downed Phi Al-
pha Delta, 7-6, in a game that
went into overtime. At the end
of the last period the score was
knotted. 6-6. I-M rules stipu-
late that a series of eight downs,
four for each team, shall be play-
ed alternately. The team with
the most yards gained in this
extra series of downs is declared
the winner of the contest and
given one point.
For the winners, Doug Cutler
faked a pass and skirted around
end for the touchdown.
ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA blanked
the MBA Club, 6-0, in a game that
was decided in the firsT series of
downs. Gil Mueller caught the op-
position napping when he tossed
a pass to Al MacPhail for the only
tally of the game.
Phi Chi stopped Alrha Omega,
13-0, in another professional ira-
ternity battle. Skip Lowe l threw
a pass to Bob Clark for the initial
score on a play that covered 351

GRID SELECTIONS

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

GAMES OF THE WEEK
(Consensus (10-3) selections appear in capitals)
Tulane at MICHIGAN 8. Army at NORTHWESTERN
MSC at Minnesota 9. ALABAMA at Vanderbilt
Stanford at ILLINOIS 10. NOTRE DAME at Purdue
FLORIDA at Kentucky 11. OKLAHOMA at Pitt
SMU at GEORGIA TECH 12. UCLA at Oregon
DUKE at Tennessee 13. Penn State at PENN
OSU at California 14. Marquette at WISCONSIN
15. Washington State at IOWA,

Michigan's football team contin-
ued to polish up its defense in.
preparation for Tulane and its
multi-formation offense.
The Wolverines worked espec-
ially hard to perfect their defense
against the seldom used double
wing set-up. With the reserves im-.
itating the Green Wave offense,
Michigan's eleven tried to stop,!
Tulane plays and was usually suc-
cessful.
THE WOLVERINES were espec-
ially careful of the tackle-eligible
play, one of the southerners' fav-
orites from the double wing for-
mation.
In the tackle-eligible play, one
of the ends drops back a yard
behind theline of scrimmage
and thus becomes a back. On
the other side of the line, one
of the backfield men moves up
to the line and becomes an end.
Therefore a player who is listed
as a tackle will become: an end for
the play and will be eligible to re-
ceive a pass. A setup like this oft-
JM' Cancels
junior, Varsity
Grid Schedule

know
up.

THE DEFENSIVE practice was
followed by a workout under game
conditions with a charging line,
designed to improve Michigan's
point-after-touchdown percent-
age. Tony Branoff and Lou Bal-
dacci did most of the kicking with

times confuses a team unless it is
alert. For this reason the coaches
made sure the Wolverines will

Don Dugger
attempts.

also getting in a few

what to do when it comes
* * *

Included in yesterday's work-
out was both offensive and de-
fensive practice on a punting
situation. Baldacci and Branoff
again handled the assignments
with Baldacci getting off a num-
ber of long kicks.
The team finished its workout
with various backfield combina-
tions running through a dummy
scrimmage.

SELECTIONS
JIM DYGERT (11-2-.846)-Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Duke, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Pitt, UCLA, Penn State, Wisconsin, Iowa
DAVE BAAD (10-3-.769) - Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Duke, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Oklahoma, UCLA, Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa
DICK BUCK (10-3-.769) -Michigan, MSC, Illinois, Florida, Georgia
Tech, Duke, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre Dame, Okla-
homa, UCLA, Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa
PAUL GREENBERG (9-4-.692) - Michigan, MSC, Illinois, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Tennessee, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre
Dame, Oklahoma, UCLA, Penn. Wisconsin, Iowa
IVAN KAYE (9-4-.692) -- Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Duke, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre Dame
Oklahoma, UCLA, Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa
DAVE LIVINGSTON (9-4-.692)-Michigan, MSC, Illinois, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Duke, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Oklahoma, UCLA, Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa
ERIC VETTER (9-4-.692)--Michigan, MSC, Illinois, Florida, Georgia
Tech, Duke, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre Dame, Okla-
homa, UCLA, Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa
WARREN WERTHEIMER (9-4-.692) - Michigan, MSC, Stanford,
Florida, Georgia Tech, Duke, OSU, Army, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Pitt, UCLA, Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa
KEN COPP (7-6-.538)-Michigan, MSC, Stanford, Florida, Georgia
Tech, Duke, OSU, Army, Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, UCLA,
Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa
HANLEY GURWIN (7-6-.538) - Michigan, MSC, Illinois, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Duke, OSU, Northwestern, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Oklahoma, UCLA, Penn, Wisconsin, Iowa

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MSC Adds Extra Quarterback
As Insurance Against Gophers

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING - (A) - Michi-
gan State Coach Biggie Munn add-

yards. ed an extra quarterback as "insur-
Tau Epsilon Rho held Alpha ance" yesteraay as the MSC sqoad

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Rho Chi scoreless and went on to
win, 6-0. The only score of the'
game came when Dave Frazer;
swept around his left end and'
went into the end zone untouched.
Campanella' s
Injury Dims
Dod er Hopes
NEW YORK - O) - Roy Cam-
panella may be through for the
series.
The slugging Brooklyn Dodger.
catcher indicated strongly yester-
day he may miss the remainder1
of the World Series against the'
Yankees because of the hand in-
jury he suffered in the opening}
game.
"WHAT'S the use of playing
when I can't swing a bat," Cam-
panella groaned. "I don't want to
play if I can't do the club any
good."
The National League All-Star
backstop and great righthandedl
hitter who eclipsed all slugging
records for catchers during the
past season, did not say he pos-
itively would take himself out
of the lineup.
Campanella suffered the injury
when Allie Reynolds, Yankeet
righthander, hit him with a1
pitched ball in the =second inning
of Wednesday's opener.

took off for its football meeting
Saturday with Minnesota.
Jerry Luzader, sophomore from
Three Rivers, was the addition to
the 38-man travelling squad. Luz-
ader recently was shifted from
halfback to quarterback and can
play both positions.
* * *
TRAVIS BUGGS, hard-hitting
sophomore back from East Chi-
cago, Ill., also was named to the
roster.
Luzader and Buggs replaced
halfback Jerry Musetti of De-
troit and Don Schiesswohl, ta-
ckle from Saginaw.
The addition of Luzader showed
the concern the coaches are feeling
about the knee injury that has
sidelined Tommy Yewcic, first
string quarterback, most of the
week.
YEWCIC hurt his knee in the
Iowa game and has been spared
scrimmage this week. The knee
has recovered enough so that he
is sure to start but coaches aren't
taking any chances in case it goes
bad again.
Behind Yewcic is sophomore
Earl Morrall of Muskegon. Third
man at the spot is Johnny Mat-
sock, junior from Detroit. ,
The travelling squad and
coaches boarded their chartered
plane for Minneapolis after a rous-
ing sendoff.
The student body staged a pep

rally in Macklin Stadium and
Munn put his squad through some
plays for the undergraduates.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota'sE
Gophers snapped through a two !
and a half hour drill yesterday and I
awaited the arrival of Michigan
State's number two team in the
nation.
Coach Wes Fesler stressed pass
patterns and defense against
Michigan State's accomplished
tosser, quarterback Tommy Yew-
cic.
.SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre
Dame's Fighting Irish spent yes-
terday's drill for Saturday's game
at Purdue in a diversified practice
covering team and individual as-
signments.
Quarterbacks Ralph Guglielmi
and Tom Carey peppered away at
passing targets, including ends
Don Shannon, Paul Matz, Walt
Cabral and Don Penza.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Coach Stu
Holcomb said yesterday he may
beef up his Purdue backfield
against Notre Dame Saturday by
starting Bill Murakowski, 195-
pound right halfback, in place of
160-pound Rex Brock.
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the same as started against Mis-
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