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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE TRREE

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 PAGE ThREE

M' Grid Squad Finishes Phi Delts, With Four Firsts,
pfeav yDrills for Wildcats Take Fraternity Track Meet

iM' Harriers
Meet Notre
Dame Today
,h (Chi
(Theta
um) ; (4) In the first cross country meet
2:14 of the season, the Michigan Wol-
[er (A- verines face Notre Dame today at

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w By DAVE BAAD'
Coach Benny Oosterbaan's un-
defeated Michigan football team
went through its final heavy prac-
tice session yesterday in prepara-
tion for tomorrow's Big Ten battle
with Northwestern.
Although the Wolverines went
through no actual contact work,
the first and second teams receiv-
ed another look at the various
Wildcat offensive patterns.
* * *
MICHIGAN'S defensive combi-
nations have been drilled consid-
erably this week in view of North-
western's reputed explosive of-
fense. It has rolled to a respectable
81 points in its first three games
against Army, Iowa State and
Minnesota.
Lou Baldacci, whose two per-
fect extra-point conversions,
gave the Wolverines their one
point victory over Iowa last Sat-
urday, practiced a few place-
ments both from the point-after-
touchdown distance and from
-about 25 yards out.
Duncan McDonald, Tony Bran-

off, Don Dugger and Bob Topp
also booted a few through the up-
rights.
*4 * *
TED KRESS, Dan Cline, Bal-
dacci and Branoff went through1
an extensive punting drill with
Cline and Kress booming several ,
from quick-kick formation. Bol-
stered primarily by Cline's 55-yard i
quick-kick, Michigan's punters
garnered a neat 48-yard punting
average against Iowa.
Oosterbaan wounds U ethe
workout with a brisk offensive1
drill, sending his squad through
a series of T-formation and
single-wing plays.
Tom Hendricks, 175 - pound
sophomore halfback from Detroit,
Michigan, has looked very impres-
sive this week running from the
tailback spot. Although Hendricks,
due to inexperience, hasn't seen
too much action this year, he is
improving consistently according
to Oosterbaan and may become a
big factor in Wolverine fortunes
before the season closes.

By JACK HORWITZ
Capturing four firsts and a
third, Phi Delta Theta won the
social fraternity track meet yes-
terday afternoon.
The most exciting race, the 100
yard dash, found the first four
placers running in a blanket fin-
ish. Phil Endres, of Phi Delta
Theta, copped the victory with an
11.1 dash as Bob McKenzie of
Theta Chi closed in. Charles Gunn
fof Alpha Tau Omega and John
Kennedy of Sigma Alpha Mu ran
close on the heels of the winner.
* * *
IN THE 440 yard run, Tom Ed-
wards of Phi Delts passed Norm
Gersabek of Theta Chi in the
stretch and won in 57.4. Arnold
Billiard Match
As part of his tour of all the
Big Tne Schools, Charlie Peter-
son, World fancy shot billiard
champion, will appear at the
Michigan Union, October 21, at
8 p.M.
Mr. Peterson will match his
skill against that of Professor
A. D. Moore, of the Engineer-
ing Department. The exhibition
is sponsored by the Union and
will be held in the main ball-
room.

ATO running third. The low hur-
dles were reversed with Boelstler
taking the first and Henson fol-
lowing for a close second. Leo Ef-
imchik of Delta Upsilon took the
third place spot.
In the broad jump, Lee Krum-
bholtz of Chi Phi jumped 19' 10"
to nose out Al Price of Delta Tau
Delta. Phil Endres, of the Phi
Delts finished third with Efimchik
jumping fourth.
In the 880 yard run Chuck Hatch
of Chi Psi nosed out John Mc-
Laughlin of Theta Xi with a time
of 2:14. Larry Gutman of Pi Lam-
bda Phi took third and Tom Brush
of Phi Gamma Delta ran fourth.
High Hurdles-(1) Henson (SAE);
(2) Brown (DU); (3) Boelstler
(ATO); (4) Barker (Kappa Sig-
ma). Time 9.2
Mile-(1) Brown (LCA); Morton
(ATO); (3) Brown (Chi Psi);
(4) Fildew (Sigma Chi). Time
4:54.3
100 yard dash-(1) Endres (PDT);
(2) McKenzie (Theta Chi); (3)
Gunn (ATO) ; (4) Kennedy
(SAM). Time 11.1
440 yard run-(1) Edwards (PDT);
(2) Gersabek (Theta Chi); (3)
Sarya (Chi Phi): (4) Watson
(Sigma Chi). Time 57.4
LATE HOCKEY SCORES
Montreal 6. New York 1
Toronto 4, Boston 1

880 yard run-(i) Hatc
j Psi); (2) McLaughlin
Xi) (3) Guttman (Pi La]
Brush (Phi Gam). Time
Low Hurdles-(1) Boelstl

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TO); (2) Henson (SAE): (3)
Efimchik (DU):;(4) Whiteman
(BTPi). Time 8.7
Broad jump-(1) Krumbholtz (Chi
Phi); (2) Price (DTD); (3) En-
dres (PDT); (4) Efimchik (DU).
Distance 19' 10"
High jump-(1)Tie for first seven,
ways. Bergman (PKT), Kroft
(PDT), Krumbholtz (Chi Phi),
Burchfield (Theta Chi), Samo-
suis (PDT), Steele (PHI Kappa
Psi), Price (DTD). Height 5' 3"
Shot put-(1) Scott (ATO); (2)
Kahan (Pi Lam); (3) Heasley
(Phi Kappa Psi); (4) Nickelson
(Chi Psi). Distance 38' 1134"
Pole vault.-(1) Tie. Fowler (Theta
Chi) and Lawrence (PDT); (3)
Stolz (DU). Height 11'
Team Points
1. Phi Delta Theta.....19 1/7
2. Alpha Tau Omega ...17
3. Theta ..............11 1/15:
4. Chi Phi ............ 8 4/7s
5. Chi Psi ............. 8
5. Theta Chi .......... 8 t
5. Sigma Alpha Epsilon . 8
8. Lambda Chi Alpha .. 5 1/2
9. Pi Lambda Phi ...... 5
10. -Phi Kappa Psi ...... 4 4/7

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Sarya of Chi Phi and Dave Wat-
son of Sigma Chi followed the
leaders through the tape.
These two victories coupled
with two ties for first and a
third were enough for the Phi
Delts to take the meet. Their
19 1/7 points earned them a two
and 1/7 point margin over
Alpha Tau Omega who had two
firsts, a second and two thirds.
Finishing in third was Theta
Chi with Chi Phi and Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon trailing close be-
hind.
In the top field event, Jim ScottI
of Alpha Tau Omega beat out Don
Kahan of Pi Lambda Phi by one-
quarter of an inch to take the shot
put. Scott put the shot 38 feet,
11 and % inches for the win. Dick
Heasley of Phi Kappa Psi took
third with a put of 36' %".
* * *

GRID SELECTIONS
GAMES OF THE WEEK
(Consensus (33-8) selections appear in capitals)

3:00 p.m. on the University Golf
Course.
The Wolverine squad has coppedI
two practice meets and is attempt-
to upset the Irish, who are the
Central Collegiate champions.
THE MICHIGAN team has
downed Michigan State last year's
Big Ten champions and Michigan
Normal in their previous outings.
They are fielding a team of eight
men, first of whom is John Ross,
who set the conference indoor mile
record during the 1952 track sea-
son.
The Wolverines team is made up
of mostly,track team men. George
Lynch, the two-mile mainstay of
the cindermen, and John MoleI
another miler on the track squad.
Geoff Dooley, a British-born, Mon-
treal bred trackman, is an 880
yard cinderman who will be run-
ning across the golf course track.
Coach Don Canham's squad will
also have Bob Hall, Ron Walling-!
ford, George Jayne, and Lou Kwi-
ker running against the Irish. The
last four are all fine track pros-
pects for the coming season.
Soccer Club,
OSU Booters
Setfor Clash
The Wolverine Soccer Club will
play its third contest of the sea-
son tomorrow morning at 11:00
when it meets Ohio State on the
field east of the Stadium.
The Michigan squad, managed
by player-coach Allan Cassels, a
former Oxford University star, will
be looking for its first win of the
year.
In a home-and-home series with
Indiana the Wolverines bowed 4-0
at Bloomington before holding the
Hoosiers to a 4-4 draw last Satur-
day on the local field. Tomorrow
will mark the first time the Buck-
eyes and Michigan have ever met
on a soccer field.
SPORTS
WARREN WERTHEIMER
Night Editor

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IN TIE pole vault, Doug Law-
rence, perennial champion, who
was vaulting for the Phi Delts, was
tied by Forrest Fowler of Theta Xi
at eleven feet. In third place was
Ben Stolz of Delta Upsilon who
went out at 10' 6".
The mile run found Dick
Brown chasing Dick Brown to
the finish line. Dick Brown of
Lambda Chi Alpha was the win-
ner in a 4:45.3 mile with Chuck
Morton of ATO nosing out Dick
Brown of Chi Psi for the second
spot. John Fildew of Sigma Chi
finished in the fourth slot.
Jim Henson of Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon ran away with thehigh hur-
dles. Bob Brown of DU finished
second with Brund Boelstler of

7. DUKE at Army 14. Rice at SMU
15. Texas A & M at Texas Christian
* * *
SELECTIONS'
DAVE BAAD (33-8-.805) - Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin,
OSU, Notre Dame, Duke, Maryland, Navy, Alabama, Georgia,t
MSC, UCLA, Texas A & M, SMU
HANLEY GURWIN (33-8-.805)-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin,
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DAVE LIVINGSTON (32-9-.781)-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Wiscon-
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MSC, UCLA, Texas A & M. SMU
WARREN WERTHEIMER (32-9-.781)--Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa,
Purdue, OSU, Notre Dame, Duke, Maryland, Navy, Alabama,
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PAUL GREENBERG (31-10-.756)-Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Pur-
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ERIC VETTER (31-10-.756)-Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin,
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Led by Bob Cary who passed for'
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Granger Cook for touchdowns and
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Phi Chi scored first when a long
pass from Bill Lukash to Bob
Clark connected for a TD. The
Law Club evened the score when
John Vanker passed to Doug Cut-
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the Law Club to defeat the Phi
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Phi Delta Epsilon trounced Al-
pha Rho Chi 13-0. Bob Curhan
caught a Herb Rossin pass for the
first touchdown. Rossin flipped to
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Late in the game, Curham, aided
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A story-book finish enabled Al-
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