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ALLY

FRMAY, OCTO ER 22,1954

SAM, Taylor House Capture I-M Crowns;
Richner Paces Delta Theta Phi Grid Win

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furnish the only markers for the
vanquished architects.
Law Club Wins
In a game 'marked by fine pass
protection and pass defense, Law
Club managed to cross pay dirt
twice in the second period to down
Phi Rho Sigma, 14-0. The com-
bination of Dick Tinkham to Wen-
dell Smith accounted for eight of
the points and Dick Elliott garner-
ed the rest on a run around end.
The lawyers drove to the one
yard line midway in the first half
but the Phi Rhos staged a beautiful
goal line stand to turn them back.
They nearly turned the trick again
in the second half as the Phi Rhos
held solid until Smith grabbed
Tinkham's fourth down pass.
Although on the losing side,
George Steele displayed some fine
passing for Phi Rho.
Nu Sigma Nu edged Alpha Kappa
Kappa, 6-0, inthe hardest fought
struggle of the day. The victors
lone marker came midway in the
first period on a toss from Harry
Allis to Bob Kerry. Alpha Kappa
Kappa continued to threaten to tie
the score but never quite succeed-
ed.
Phi Delta Phi tallied twice be-
fore halftime to gain a 12-0 triumph
over Phi Alpha Kappa. Irv Stenn
caught Doug Cutler's touchdown
throw and Dave Ray hurled ano-
ther six-pointer to Bill Cassebaum
to fill the scoring column.
Exhibition Pro Basketball
Minneapolis Lakers 106, All-
Stars 70
Syracuse 102, New York 93

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
TESTING THE DEFENSE--Assistant Coach Don Dufek gets
the Wolverine reserves ready to run a play against the varsity
defense in a midweek football practice session.
MAENTZ TO START:
Branoff May Play in Gopher
Tilt;-' Works on Defense

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BEAT IT OVER
to the
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TON IGHT
9-12
MICHIGAN UNION

The plague of Michigan foot-
ball teams for the past few years
-the injury-has hit the Wolver-
ine squad again.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan an-
nounced that veteran end Jerry
Williams will not be in the lineup
when the Maize and Blue meet the
high flying Minnesota team on
Saturday. The Michigan coach
has chosen Tom Maentz, a tall
sophomore from Holland, Michi-
gan to replace the ailing Wil-
liams.
Oosterbaan said yesterday, "We
were relying heavily on Williams.
He's a real fighter and a ball
hawk." An injuredrshoulder has
Red-Blooded?
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (I)-Pro-
fessional boxers and wrestlers
hereafter must take a non-Com-
munist oath before they can ap-
pear in Indiana rings.
This was decreed today by Arch
Hindman, Executive Secretary of
the State Athletic Commission.
Hindman said he did not feel
a state government department
should further the livelihood of a
Communist.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

put Williams definitely out of the
game. How soon °he will be able
to get back into action is prob-
lematical
Branoff Back
All was not gloom in the Michi-
gan camp ,however. Tony Branoff,
first string halfback from Flint,
has stated that his knee is im-
proved. He has a slight chance of
playing against the unbeaten Go-
pher aggregation.
Branoff has "water on the
knee," an injury sustained in the
losing cause against Army.
Ed Hickey, one of the major
figures in the Iowa upset, is still
out with his cracked shoulder.
The Wolverines worked on de-
fense primarily at Ferry Field
yesterday. The day's drill, how-
ever, did include some offensive
play and fundamentals practice.
Maentz Shines
Maentz, working out at right
end has shown well, particularly
in the defensive department
against Iowa and Northwestern.
He is one of four sophomore ends
who came up to the varsity this
year. Besides the flashy Ron Kra-
mer, there is Charley Brooks and
Mike Rotunno.
The professional oddsmakers
have installed Minnesota as a sev-
en point favorite. Saturday will
tell the tale.

Top H arrier
Sets Record
In -winning
Kwicker Breaks Old
Mark by 14 Seconds
By JACK HORWITZ
Setting a new intramural rec-
ord, Lou Kwiker paced a field of
over 100 men in the annual cross
country run for social fraternities
and residence halls.
Kwiker broke the old mark of
10:42 with his time of 10:28. He
finished about 50 yards in front
of his nearest competitor.
The team championship for so-
cial fraternities was taken by Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, and Taylor House
copped the residence hall crown.
The Sammies piled up 27 points
to win, with Kwiker placing first,
Paul ' Groffsky. finishing seventh
and Joel Tauber taking the 19th
spot. Taylor House had Dick Eg-
ner in second place, Tom Jones
finishing fourth, and Dan Chapel
copping the seventh slot. Taylor
tallied 13 points for the win,
Lambda Chi Second
Lambda Chi Alpha took second
place in the fraternity division,
with third, fourth, fifth, and sixth
places going to Chi Psi, Sigma Phi
Epsilon, and Theta Xi respectively.
The residence hall division had
Gomberg House a close second
with 18 points. Cooley House took
third, with Adams, Allen-Rumsey,
and Strauss Houses t a k i n g
fourth, fifth, and sixth.
George Rockwell, representing
Sigma Phi Epsilon, finished second
in the run, with Dick Brown of
Lambda Chi Alpha close behind.
The previous record-holder, Bob
Weibel, running for Cooley House,
finished fourth. Weibel set the
record in 1949 and has just re-
turned to school after a hitch in
the armed forces.
Never Headed
Kwiker, Rockwell, and Weibel
pulled out ahead of the pack. at
the start of the race and were
never headed. Kwiker took the
lead with Weibel close behind for
the first mile and one half. Weibel
tried and fell back slightly with
Rockwell pulling up into 'second
spot. Near the finish mark,
Brown pulled ahead of the fast
tiring Weibel to capture the third
position.
Thirteen fraternities were en-
tered in the meet as well as ten
of the residence halls. These
groups will receive points, ifi the
order of their finish, in the In-
tramural standings.
Kwiker was the All-State cross-
country record holder in Michi-
gan when he ran for Central High
School in Detroit. He also held the
state mile record in high school.

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