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Gomberg, II
Kelsey, Anderson Post Wins
In Other IM Grid Clashes

enle masOpponents

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By TED JOSEPH1
Behind the razor-sharp passingf
of quarterback Pat Donahue, Gom-t
berg House rolled over Winchell;
33-7 at South Ferry Field in yes-
terday afternoon's I-M footballi
games,
This was Gomberg's secondt
straight win in residence halls
competition. They nipped Kelsey,
9-0, last week.-
Donahue StarsI
Donahue was a triple threat man
for the "Reds" as he fired touch-'
down passes to Stan Johnston, EdI
Godfrey and Jerry Barron while1
also hitting pay dirt himself on a1
pass interception.l
With its mighty victory, Gom-
berg again established itself as the
team to beat in the residence halls
division.
Wenley Scores 20
In another high scoring contest,
Michigan House was handed its
third straight setback, 20-0, at the
hands of mighty Wenley. The
winners, who have yet to be scored,
upon, posted their second win of
the young season. Garnet Hege-
man led the attack by snaring two
of Willy Mueller's passes for;
touchdowns. Fullback Phil Oles1
also broke into the scoring col-t
umn.
In highlighting Kelsey's 20-01
victory over Green House, Bobl
Adams intercepted a pass andt
streaked 42 yards for thestouch-
down. The Bob Decker to TommyC
Ghipels passing combination fool-1
There will be an importantl
meeting of the 'M' Club at Yost
' Field House tonight at 7:30.
'-John O'Reillyt
ed the defense as they racked up
a pair of six-pointers.t
Anderson Holds Lead
In a battle of the unbeaten, An-
derson took an early 6-0 lead and
managed to stave off numeroust
threats to nip Cooley for itsc
second win of the season. Cooley
now has a 2-1 slate.
After having a scoreless first-

half, Allen-Rumsey capitalized on
a poor kick-off in the early min-
utes of the second half to beat
winless Huber, 7-0.
Van Tyne Presses Hinsdale
Hinsdale had much more trouble
in downing Van Tyne, 8-2, than
it had anticipated. Van Tyne,
who hadn't won a game, looked
like a pushover to undefeated Hins-
dale. But the "Blue" team display-
ed a fine defensive game to curb
Hinsdale's offensive alignment.
In other games, Adams beat
Taylor, 12-6, and Hayden blanked
Reeves, 14-0. Bob Groff and Jim
McCall scored for Adams on pass
plays while Chuck Meyers and
Roger Norris shared scoring hon-
ors for Hayden.

AL SIGMAN
... sparks 'M' defense

11-4 RECORD BEST:
Upsets Mar Readers
'Grid Picks' A verages

Two Daily readers managed to
overcome Saturday's storm of up-
sets, and tied for first place in
the third weekly "Grid Picks"
contest.
Bill Moeller, of 707 Oxford, and
Bernie Tolpin, of 301 N. State each
posted records of 11-4., While us-
ually not good enough to win, the
11-4 marks were phenomenal when
compared with the other entries.
Percentages below .500 were not
uncommon due to the amazing
performances of last week's under-
dog elevens.
The Daily sports staffers, in par-
ticular, took quite a nosedive. The
consensus record slipped from .833
last week to an overall .711 thisj
time. Associate Sports Editor Al-
an Eisenberg led the pack with a
9-6 won-lost mark.
Moeller and Tolpin, this week's
winners, will each receive two free
tickets for either "Trial," which
opens Saturday at the Michigan,
or "The Return of Jack Slade,"
which will begin at the State this
Saturday.

Entries for this week's contest
must reach The Daily by 5 p.m.
Thursday. It's simple to enter:
just print or type your fifteen
winners on a sheet of paper and
mail them to "Grid Picks," Michi-
gan Daily, Maynard Street, Ann
Arbor; or bring your selections to
the main desk on the second floor
of the Student Publications Build-
ing.
This week's lineup:
1. Michigan at Minnesota
2. Baylor at Texas A & M
3. Illinois at Michigan State
4. Indiana at Northwestern
5. Iowa at UCLA
6. Maryland at Syracuse
7. Navy at Penn
8. Notre Dame at Purdue
9. Ohio State at Wisconsin
10. Penn State at West Virginia
11. Pitt at Duke
12. Princeton at Cornell
13. Stanford at Washington
14. Southern Cal. at California
15. Texas Christian at Miami, Fla.

CONFUSING is the only word which can adequately describe the
Michigan football team. For three successive Saturdays, now,
the Wolverines' opponents have come out ahead in the statistics
department but have always been on the short end of the score.
In the Northwestern game, for example, the Wildcats picked
up four more first downs than the Maize and Blue, and had a slight'
advantage in total yardage. But all the visitors could pick in the
scoring colun was a meager two points.
How does Michigan do it, then?
Defense: Secret of success ...
GUESS it's no secret that it is the defensive unit that is mainly
responsible for the present inflated national position and a share
of the Big Ten lead with a 2-0 mark. Against the Spartans, it was a
blocked kick and a recovered fumble that led to the scores. The
following week, the recovery of eight Army fumbles was the major
factor in the lopsided victory.
The Northwestern contest followed the same pattern. Early in
the first quarter, tackle Al Sigman-fell on a loose ball on the WildcatI
12-yard line. Three plays later, Earl Johnson went over right guard
for the touchdown.
It was not until the fourth quarter that the Maize and Blue
could again dent the losers goal line. Between the two tallies Michi-
gan's defensive line stood up brilliantly. Three times in the second
quarter Northwestern drove into Wolverine territory (getting to the
10 on one occasion)-and was thrown back each time.
After the intermission the visitors again applied the pressure.
Northwestern marched 67 yards in 13 plays for a first down on the
Wolverine 13. Four thrusts later Michigan took over on its six-yard
line.
And the final proof, of course, is that the Wolverines have not
given up a touchdown in the last two games and. have had only 18
points scored against them all season.
Offense Must Improve..
BUT THE Maize and Blue have been far from impressive on the
offense side; maybe that's why Bennie Oosterbaan had his team
run through some plays in yesterday's abbreviated practice. What
the genial coach has planned nobody seems to know-but he'd better
come up with something pretty soon.
The number one problem at the moment is the weak passing
attack. Michigan completed only two of seven passes against Lou
Saban's team and 16 of 37 for the year. More. than half of the suc-
cessful aerials-nine, to be exact-were in the Missouri game.
A solution to the above dilemma would no doubt help the 'run-
ning game. Any football novice knows that when a team is not a
threat through the airlanes its ground game will run into trouble. The
defensive unit doesn't have to worry too much about the air attack
and can concentrate on the running game.
Injuries to key men have not helped. Oosterbaan has been forced
time and time again to call on reserves to replace injured first-
stringers. Tom Maentz, Jerry Goebel, Jim Bates, Bill MacPhee, Lou
Baldacci, Dave Hill, Ed Shannon, Ron Kramer and a host of others
have been forced out of the lineup due to injuries.
The only serious casualties in the Northwestern game seem to be
Jim Maddock and Mike Rotunno; Maddock has a hip bruise and
Rotunno a bad ankle. Concerning Kramer: he will go to Minneapolis
but whether he will play nobody seems to know.

Wolverines
Rated First
By Coaches
The United Press retained Mich-
igan as the top team in the nation
this week.
The UP's top ten teams, which
are chosen by a poll of college
coaches, showed Michigan holding
a slim lead over second place
Maryland and third place Okla-
homa.
Michigan received a total of 315
points compared to 289 for Mary-
land and 286 for Oklahoma. The
Wolverines polled 18 first place
votes to Maryland's eight and
Oklahoma's six.

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Packers, Colts, Rams, Shar4
In NFL's Torrid Western [

By JIM BAAD
They're all professionals, they're
playing for money, and who can
predict what's going to happen.
So it goes in the National Foot-
ball League. Last weekend saw
what looked like the recovery of
two slow starting would-be cham-
pions, along with the first loss for
the only previously undefeated
club in the league.
Also thrown in was the fourth
loss in a row for the now hopeless
Detroit Lions, last year the champs
of their division, this year winless.

enough strength for a belated title
drive.
Green Bay knocked off the Los
Angeles Rams 30-28, to throw the
Western Division into a three way
tie for top position between these
two teams and Baltimore.
The New York Giants may be
the other team on their way out
of the cellar, although they were
not as impressive as the Bears in
squeezing past the Chicago Cardi-
nals, 10-0.
It may have been the Giants
exerting power as yet unseen, or

Bears Win First it may have been merely the bad
iweather conditions which got the
The Chicago Bears, forecasted Giants off to their first victory.
to win many games, won their
first one, knocking the Baltimore
Colts from the ranks of the un- Pro Gridj
beaten last Sunday afternoon,,
38-10.
38-10.,Standings
The hard charging Bear defen-
sive line finally got around to WESTERN CONFERENCE
showing what has been expected
of them, as they completely over- W L Pct.
whelmed the Colt's Georgie Shaw Baltimore ...... 3 1 .750
before he could get set to throw Green Bay ...... 3 1 .750
his array 'of deadly passes. The Los Angeles 3 1 .750
Bears also thoroughly bottled up San Francisco .. 2 2 .500
Alan Anieche, Baltimore's pile- Chicago Bears .. 1 3 .250
driving rookie fullback whose run- Detroit ..........0 4 .000
ning has been the key to the Colt's EASTERN CONFERENCE
surprising ground attack this year. Cleveland ........3 1 .750
Couple this defensive show with Pittsburgh ........ 3 1 .750
an offenense capable of scoring Chicago Cardinals 2 2 .500
38 points and you have not only Washington 2 2 .500
victory for the Chicago Bears, but New York ...... 1 3 .250
maybe now they've recovered Philadelphia .... 1 3 .250

e Top Spot
Hivision Race
The game was played in rain and
mud, and neither team could show
much effectiveness.
The Giants, however, did the
scoring, seven points on a 61 yard
drive plus conversion and three
more on Ben Agajanian's 28 yard
field goal, thereby raising hopes
in New York a little.
Detroit Still Disappoints
One of the hardest things to
understand in the pro league so
far is how a team with the poten-
tial talent of the Detroit Lions
can go through one third of the
season without winning a game.
But the Lions dropped another
last Sunday, a heartbreaker lost
in the. last quarter to the San
Francisco 49ers, 27-24.
Leading 24-6 at the beginning
of the fourth quarter, the Lions
defense fizzled under the pres-
sure of Y. A. Tittle's passing arm
and the fleet legs and inspired
play of rookie halfback Dickie
Moegle, and the lead melted away
with surprising speed, leaving the
Lions winless and sole possessors
of the Western Division cellar.
The Cleveland Browns remained
in contention for Eastern Division
first place honors by dropping one
of their rivals, the Washington
Redskins, 24-14. Meanwhile in
the only game Saturday night,
Pittsburgh remained tied with
Cleveland in the first place slot
by beating Philadelphia, 13-7.

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