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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

!ME

Lambda

Ghi Alpha's Aerials

Upset Sig Eps,

12-8

VERSATILITY PLUS:
Fullback Balzhiser Tops
In Grid Play, Classroom
* * *

Delis Trounce Phi Sigs;
PilarnsDump Sigma Nu

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Bg Leagues Oosterbaan Prepares Michigan Defense

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By PHIL JACOBUS
On the football field or in the
classroom Dick Balzhiser, the first
string fullback of the Michigan
Wolverines, is equally respected by
opponents and friends.
As a Michigan football gladiator,
Baldy, as his friends call him, blos-
somed forth last year in the North-
western game when he literally
ripped the Wildcat line to shreds
with his vicious running. He fin-
ished the game with 72 yards in 12
carries and his first college touch-
down, a feat which he records as
his biggest thrill thus far.
ALTOGETHER, the husky 187
pounder finished the 1952 season
with. 327 yards to his credit in 75
rushes for a healthy 4.3 yards per
' carry.
In the classroom Balzhiser has
compiled an equally enviable
record. As a chemical engineer-
ing student, he has never re-
ceived a grade lower than a 'B'
while in college. Add to this the
fact that he works part-time be-
sides going to school and play-
ing football, and one gets an
idea of his capabilities.
The part-time job is to help
support his wife, Chris, and two
bouncing baby boys, one of whom
was born just last Sunday. The
oldest was a year old last Sep-
tember.
BALDY HAS always been a hard
worker and a standout personality
in any group in which he found
himself. As a highschool student
at Wheaton, Illinois, he was the
President of the Student Councils
of Northern Illinois and Saluta-
torian of his class.
Athletics, however, occupied
most of his time. He managed
to compete in basketball, base-
ball, track, and in his senior year
was named to the All-State Illi-
nois football team.
Since coming to Michigan four
years ago, the blond senior has
continued his tremendous pace. As
a freshman he made Phi Eta Sig-
ma honorary besides going out for
football.
AS FAR AS activities and hon-
ors are concerned, however, his
junior year was probably the most

By BILL STONE
Lambda Chi Alpha, paced by the
passing of Dick Good, yesterday
defeated the defending Fraternity
League football champions, Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, 12-8.
At the receiving end of Good's
aerials was Jim Dutcher, who
scored the victor's two touch-
downs. A Bill Adams to Jack Main
pass, along with a safety when
John Kagay caught a Lambda Chi
behind his own goal, accounted for
the Sig Eps' scoring.
* * *
DELTA TAU DELTA soundly
trounced Phi Sigma Delta, 26-0.
Touchdown tosses by Max Dan-
iels and Al Price to Ed Basset
opened the door to the Delts' win.
The defensive play of Ray Hock-
stade kept the Phi Sigs from shift-
ing into high gear most of the

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Phi in one of the more thrilling
games thus far this season, 14-
13. Gordon Tarrant aimed two
payoff passes, one to Terry Iver-
son and the other to John Steck
for the Betas' tallies. For the
winners Hugh Banniga complet-
ed a pair of scoring passes to
Ron Horne.
Alpha Tau Omega decisioned
Theta Xi, 7-6, as Kelly Taurachus
connected with Bill Werner in an
aerial combo that annexed ATO's
only touchdown. The decisive ex-
tra point was hung up by Bruno
Bolzner.
* * *
WITH A RON Norene scoring
pass to Jack Stevens paving the
way, Sigma Alpha Epsilon sailed
The University golf course
will close for the season Sun-

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In Supreme For Northwestern's Highly
The Wolverines began prepara- though hampered by a twisted
nsyeTseeafor their second kle which he received in prac-
conference game as they drilled tice last week.
against the ground and aerial Oosterbaan stressed particularly
WSIGO -('--TeS-Iplays of the Northwestern eleven. IOseba tesdpriual
WASHINGTON -Cr- The Su- The Michigan defense was given. the lateral passing of Northwest-
preme Court heard initial pleas a good look at the numerous at- ern which Iowa used to quite a
yesterday in an historic battle tacks the Wildcats will use, in- success against the Wolverines.
over the question of whether or- cluding fast, quick-moving T-for- Most dangerous of all are the op-
mation plays and split-T plays, tional plays where the quarter-
ganized baseball violates the na- **back can either lateral or carry
tion's anti-trust laws. FOR MOST of the time, Coach the ball himself.
Leading the attack, attorneys Bennie Oosterbaan used the same * *
. for two former minor league play- defensive unit which he employed IN THE AERIAL department,
ers asked for the high tribunal to in last week's game with Iowa. the Wolverine mentor emphasized
r Sophomore John Morrow, who the accurate passing of the Wild-
outlaw the much-disputed "re- started in place of injured Dick cats' quarterback, Dick Thomas.
serve clause," the keystone of high O'Shaughnessy last Saturday, In this person the Michigan team
finance baseball. switched with the Wolverine Cap- will be seeing the best passer of
* * * tarn throughout the work-out. the season so far.
DEFENSE ATTORNEYS relied O'Shaughnessy continued his Following this work, the squad
1heavily on a 1922 Supreme Court impressive performance even then went through a long dum-

Touted Attack
my scrimmage in which it work-
ed on blocking technique. To-
day there will be more work on
stopping the all-important line
of the future foe.
Junior lineman Jim Bates has
the only injury on the squad as
his hand continues to heal. It is
only a question of time as to
when the cast will be removed
and the letterman will be able to
return to the game.
SPORTS
JIM DYGERT
Night Editor

ruling that baseball is sport, not
business, and does not fall under
the anti-trust laws.

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DICK BALZHISER
. . . all-around student
* * *
productive. In it he joined Tri-
angles, a junior engineering hon-
orary; Michigauma, senior men's
all-campus honorary; was made a'
student representative of the Hon-
ors Convocation Committee, was!
selected as the Yost Award Win-
ner, plus maintaining a scholastic
average good enough to make Phi'
Beta Kappa.
As a senior this year, Baldy
became a member of Tau Beta
Pi, the senior engineering hon-
orary, and has also been elect-
ed the president of the Arnold
Air Society. Just recently, he was
one of the two students selected
to be on the newly established
University Development Council.
Currently however, football is
taking up most of Balzhiser's time.
The abolition of two-platoon foot-
Sophomores interested in be-
coming varsity basketball man-
agers please report to the field
house today at 3:30.
-Roy Wendt
ball has greatly enhanced his
chances of firmly nailing down
the starting position at fullback,
since Baldy saw action as a defen-
sive back two years ago. His ex-
perience has given him a definite
edge over his nearest competitor,
Bob Hurley.

game. ( day night, October 18. Please The hearing, limited to three
clean out all lockers. hours, will continue today. I
Led by the superior play of a rsKaseberg Lawyers seeking to brand base-
Howie Gugenhiem, Pi Lambda ball as an illegal monopoly in re-
Gugenhiem threw three touch- straint of trade based their ar-E
down passes and scored once as with ease past Alpha Phi Alpha, guments Tuesday on these main
the Pilams registered their third 25-0. Lineman Dick Briggs racked contentions:
third straight win. Dick Gilden up a couple of touchdowns, one
was on the receiving end of two an interception, as Phi Kappa 1. Baseball is a commercial en-
. of the scoring heaves, and Mary Psi whitewashed Zeta Phi, 19-0. terprise and thus is subject to the
Cherin grabbed one. Bill Roeder hit Briggs for one of anti-trust laws.
his markers, and Ted Bearsley
Sigma Alpha Mu, once again entered paydirt on an end-around 2. It is heavily tied up with
sparked by the accurate arm of play for the winners' final touch- radio and television and is ac-
Warren Wertheimer, downed Al- down. tively in the field of advertising.
hntes tga P 2812 n ahKovt Phi Sigma Kappa slipped by; 3. Baseball exercises an illegal
caught two touchdown passes, one Delta Kappa Epsilon, and Kappa monopoly over the activities of its
from Wertheimer and the other Sigma edged Chi Phi, in identical players and teams as well as its
from Paul Richmond. Richmond overtime clashes, 1-0. physical plants and exhibitions.
also intercepted an Alpha Sig pass
for a score, plus picking a Werth- - -

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other six Sammy points..
* * *
BILL GARNER flipped three
touchdown aerials, scored another
on an intercepted pass, and ran
for two extra points as Zeta Beta
Tau clouted Triangle, 40-0. Assist-
ing Gardner were Stan Levenson
and Dick Klein, as they caught
three touchdown heaves between
them, Klein grabbing two.
Psi Upsilon edged Beta Theta
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