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' # WAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1954

Y'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TERRE

USED FOR YEARS:
Eliot Diagrams Illini 'Split T' Offense

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RANGE OFFENSE-Drawn by Illini football coach Ray Eliot, this diagram shows the Illinois
version of the "split T" formation, which Michigan will be called upon to stop if it is to hand the
Orange-and-Blue gridders their sixth setback of the season.
Ray Eliot, football coach at the
University of Illinois has, in a spe-
cial letter to The Michigan Daily,
explained and diagrammed a se-
ries of plays which the Illini grid-
ders have used for many years.
the "Split . r "aro' se
$ The Illini coach explains the dia-
gram in the following manner:
- "The quarterback takes the ball
T from the center and hands off to
- the right halfback going into the
line, or fakes to him, continues
.t"^R' -$";t "..<.4h :.:.down the line of scrimmage and
goes off-tackle, or pitches out to
the halfback around the end.
"It is a combination quick-open-
1 +"ing play, off-tackle play and end
vrun. This type of play is common-
aly featured at such schools as Oka-
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By DAVE GREY
A bitter cold afternoon and a
rain-soaked South Ferry Field was
the background yesterday for a 1-0
overtime win for Delta Sigma Del-
ta over Phi Delta Phi in a pro-
fessional fraternity first place foot-
ball playoff.
The slippery underfooting and in-
creasing darkness slowed the of-
fense of both teams considerably,
Stan Gilliland, playing the tailback
spot for Delta Sigma Delta, was
unable to hit his ends consistently
with short passes.
The Phids, with Dave Ray and
Doug Cutler throwing, . completed.
several vital passes to Irv Stenn;
but interceptions at key points cut
short the loser's offense. The score-
less deadlock was finally settled in
overtime when Delta Sigma Delta
was able to move the ball farther
on four downs.
Caputo's Passes Win
Behind the passing of Al Caputo,
Alpha Chi Sigma edged Phi Alpha
Kappa, 13-6, ina second place play-
off. The winners scored first after
a 40-yard drive at the end of the
first half on a short pass from Ca-
puto to Chuck Eckfield and came
back at the start of the second
half with another scoring toss to
Ron Carstens.
The final second place contest
of the afternoon saw Law Club beat
Delta Theta Phi by the "margin
of the extra-point," 20-18. Phi Rho
Sigma managed to squeak out a
6-0 win over Phi Delta Epsilon in
a third pace playoff.
Grid Giants Sign
Ex-'M' Star Topp
NEW YORK (P)-The New York
Football Giants placed End Dick
Wilkins on the injured reserve list
and filled his spot on the roster
with Bob. Topp, a rookie from
Michigan.
Wilkins suffered a severe shoul-
der bruise against Clevelandlast
Sunday. Topp was dropped from
the squad just before the season
opened.
Ladies & Children
Blended Hair-Styling
The Way You Like It!
715 North University

M' .Leads Big I
Cline Tops in K
Dan Cline, Michigan halfback,
leads the Big Ten in kickoff re-
turns according to statistics re-
leased by the Western Conference
office.
Returning four boots for"an even
100 yards, Cline has averaged 1.5
yards more than his nearest rival,'
Clarence Bratt, of Wisconsin. The
Wolverine senior stands third in
punt returns, being topped by
Iowa's Earl Smith and Minnesota's
Don McNamara.
Michigan, although defeated last
week by Indiana, held its ranking
position in team defense, but only
by a close margin over Wisconsin

STORM

a Gains
rid Win
ren in Defense;"
ickofff Returns
and Iowa. The Wolverines have al-
lowed opponents 215 yards a game
to 216 by Iowa opponents, and have
allowed opponents the fewest first
downs and fewest points.
Although he has played in one
less game than Bob Watkins of
Ohio State, Wisconsin's "Horse,"
Alan Ameche, is steadily moving
forward to a familiar position atop
the conference running statistics.
Watkins has legged the pigskin for
367 yards in five games to 359 for
Ameche in four tilts. Michigan's
Fred Baer ranks fifth with a 255-
yard total.
COATS
Three-Quarter
and
Full Lengths
ONLY 16 LEFT
regularly 49.50
Out they go.
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RABIDEAU-HARRIS

RAY ELIOT, HEAD FOOTBALL COACH, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

I-M Scores
VOLLEYBALL
Sigma Phi 4, Delta Kappa. Epsilon 2
Lambda Chi Alpha 6, Phi Gamma
Delta 0
Sigma Phi Epsilon 6, Phi Kappa
Tau 0
Phi Delta Theta 4, Alpha Epsilon
Pi 2
Phi Kappa Psi 4, Phi Kappa Sigma 2
Theta Delta Chi 6, Trigon 0
Sigma Chi 4, Phi Sigma Kappa 2
Pi Lambda Phi 6, Psi Upsilon 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 6, Alpha Delta
Phi 0
Delta Tau Delta 4, Acacia 2
Tau Delta Phi 5, Alpha Phi Alpha I

Hawks Win
The Chicago Black Hawks won
their first home game of the Na-
tional Hockey League season
Thursday night, defeating the New
York Rangers, 3-1, at the Chicago
Stadium.
. In Boston, the Detroit Red Wings,
minus the services of injured- Gor-
die Howe, topped the Bruins, 3-2.
Howe was hospitalized yesterday
as the result of a shoulder injury
suffered in the game with Toronto
Wednesday night.

Transfer of A's
Expected Soon
(Continued from Page 1)
wife, Katherine, shielded him from
reporters. Acting for him, she tolda
newsmen:
"Johnson offered too strong a
proposition."'
Johnson said in a statement:
"All the stock of the Philadelphia
American League baseball club
held by Connie Mack has been
purchased by me for $604,000, and
I have entered into a contract to
purchase all of the stock of Roy
Mack and Earle Mack. All of the
Macks have signed a letter to the
American League requesting ap-
proval of the transaction at the
earliest possible date. Thereafter,
the franchise will be moved to
Kansas City."

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