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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1955

i .HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 11ff MiCliIGA.N DAlI A PAGE

Gridders End

WTorlouts

Kramer Might See Action
In Iowa Homecoming Clash

GRID SELECTIONS

Cries of "Go Blue!" echoed
around Ferry Field yesterday af-
ternoon as Michigan football prac-
tice increased in intensity.
One of the reasons for the
increase was the progiress in phy-
sical activity demonstrated by Ron
r Kramer. The entire squad seemed
heartened by the big end's enthus-
iasm. He lined up at the defensive
end position and rushed and
harassed the passer without mak-
ing any tackles.
Increased Activity
Later, Kramer practiced punt-
ing and conversions, caught some
bullet passes, and hit the tackling
dummy-which it took two men
to support-with a viciousness that
bordered a mild earthquake.
A spectator shouted, "Can you
make it Saturday, Ron?"
"Depends," shrugged Kramer,
but his actions showed much less
uncertainty. Despite the fact that
the big fellow has lost considerable
'- weight, he could very well be a
factor this weekend.
"Kramer will probably see some
action Saturday," was the com-
ment of Coach Bennie Oosterbaan.
Question Marks
Other injuries consist mostly of
question marks. Besides Bill Kole-
f sar and Bill Mc~hee, who are out
indefinitely, most of the concern
in the Wolverines' lair is concen-
trated, in addition to Kramer, on
centers Jim Bates and Jerry Goe-
bel and end Mike Rotunno.
Several men took turns at punt-
ing, including Jim Pace, who loft-
ed just one kick-easily over 60
Soccer Practice
The Wolverine Soccer Club
will have a special practice this
afternoon at 4:30.
--Tall Cepuritis, Mgr.
yards in the air-to the delight of
Oosterbaan.
Considerable time was spent in
drilling against Iowa pass-play
patterns. This was prompted by
the fact that the Hawkeyes' fine
all-around performer, quarterback
Jerry Reichow, is third in the na-
tion in total offense, with 664
yards.
I.M Volleyball
Scores
Zeta Beta Tau 6, Phi Kappa Tau
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 6, Delta Sigma
Phi 0
Pi Lambda Phi 6, Theta Xi 0
* Sigma Alpha Mu 6, Phi Kappa Tau 0
Sigma Chi 6, Alpha Sigma Phi 0
(Forfeit)
Chi Psi 6, Phi Epsilon P 0
(Forfeit)
Theta Delta Chi 5, Trigon I
Alpha Epsilon Pi 5, Delta Kappa
Epsilon 1
Theta Chi 5, Phi Sigma Kappa 1
Lambda Chi Alpha 5, Alpha Delta
Phi 1
Chi Phi 5, Triangle 1
Phi Delta Theta 4, Acacia 2
Alpha Tau Omega 4, Psi Upsilon 2
Phi Kappa Sigma 3, Sigma Phi 3
Delta Tau Delta 3, Tau Delta Phi 3

GAMES OF THE WEEK
Consensus (42-18-.700) Selections Appear in Capitals

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Iowa at MICHIGAN
AUBURN at Tulane
California at UCLA
Colgate at ARMY
Dartmouth at YALE
Duke at GEORGIA TECH
MIAMI at Pitt
Michigan State at WISCONSIN
NAVY at Notre Dame
Northwestern at OHIO STATE
PURDUE at Illinois
RICE at Kentucky
SOUTHERN CAL. at Minnesota
Texas at SOUTHERN METHODIST
TEXAS CHRISTIAN at Baylor

RON KRAMER
.. .playing Saturday?

Ni'Sigma Nu
WinsAgain
Top Passing Features
Pro Fraternity Rout
By HANK ROSENBAUM
Nu Sigma Nu remained, unde-
feated and unscored upon by romp-
ing over Phi Delta Epsilon, 39-0,
to highlight the professional fra-
ternity football action yesterday.
Sportingban all-star cast of
former college football players, the
Nu Sigs wasted no time, as former
Purdue ace Froncie Gutman and
John Mayo shared the passing
chores, clicking for six TD's.
Danny Cline, a standout on last
year's Maize and Blue eleven,
caught three and added an extra
point for a total of 19 points. Two
more ex-gridders, -Tad Stanford
and Doug Murray scored the other
three touchdowns.
Alpha Omega, led by the run-
ning and passing of Milt Siegel,
also kept its slate clean by down-
ing Alpha Rho Chi, 25-7.
In a game whose outcome was
in question until the end, Phi Chi
nipped Delta Sigma Delta, 7-0.
Directing the victors was Bill Lu-
kash who, with a minute and a
half remaining, lobbed a pass to
Don Blaney that set up the
game's only score. On the next
play, Lukash carried it across for
the tally and then tossed to Tom
Jones for the extra point.
In other games, Law Club scored
early to down Alpha Kappa Psi,
12-0, Phi Sigma nudged Delta
Theta Pi, 6-0, and Phi Alpha
Kappa topped Delta Sigma Pi,
18-6.
In the playoff of a disputed
contest, Delta Sigma Delta and
Phi Rho Sigma played to a 13-13
tie in the darkness with the Delt
Sigs winning when they gained
more yardage than the Phi Rhos
in the extra four downs of play.

SELECTIONS
JIM DYGERT (41-19-.683)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army,
Yale, Georgia Tech, Miami, Michigan State, Navy, Ohio State, Illinois,
Rice, Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Baylor.
JOHN HILLYER (41-19-.683)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army,
Yale, Georgia Tech, Miami, Wisconsin, Navy, Ohio State, Illinois, Rice,
Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
* * * *
DICK CRAMER (40-20-.667)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army,
Yale, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Purdue,
Kentucky, Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
ALAN EISENBERG (40-20-.667)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA,
Army, Yale, Georgia Tech, Miami, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Ohio
State, Illinois, Rice, Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Chris-
tian.
JACK HORWITZ (40-20-.667)--Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army,
Yale, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Wisconsin, Navy, Ohio State, Purdue, Rice,
Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
* * * *
DAVE BAAD (37-23-.617)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army,
Yale, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Opio State, Illinois,
Rice, Southern Cal., Texas, Texas Christian.
JIM BAAD (37-23-.617)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army, Dart-
mouth, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Michigan State, Navy, Ohio State, Purdue,
Rice, Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
PHIL DOUGLIS (37-23--.617)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army,
Yale, Georgia Tech, Miami, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Pur-
due, Rice, Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
DAVE GREY (37-23-.617)--Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Army,
Yale, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Wisconsin, Navy, Ohio State, Purdue, Rice,
Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
STEVE HEILPERN (37-23-.617)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA, Ar-
my, Yale, Georgia Tech, Miami, Wisconsin, Navy, Ohio State, Purdue,
Rice, Southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
s * * *
DAVE RORABACHER (36-24-.600)-Michigan, Auburn, UCLA,
Army, Yale, Georgia Tech, Miami, Wisconsin, Navy, Ohio State, Il-
linois, Rice, southern Cal., Southern Methodist, Texas Christian.
Read Daily Classifieds

Wolverines
Remain Best'
In Defense
Michigan and Ohio State, un-
defeated in Big Ten Conference
play, occupy almost exactly oppo-
site positions in statistical stand-
ings.
According to the Western Con-
ference Service Bureau, the Wol-
verines are rated first in defense,.
but only eighth in offense. Ohio
State is second in offense, behind
Wisconsin, but last in defense.
Top Pass Defense
Michigan's defense has been out-
standing against passes, having
allowed opponents to complete
only 35.7 per cent of their throws
for an average gain per game of
34 yards.
Michigan State has displayed
the best defense against rushing,
allowing an average of only 118
yards per game on the ground.
Griffith Dies
WASHINGTON ()-85-year-
old Clark Griffith, the "old fox"
of baseball, died last night.
Griffith, the president of the
Washington Senators and one
of the game's best known per-
sonalities was unable to survive
stomach hemorrhages and lung
congestion, although he had
made a game fight for his life
for almost a week.
The Buckeye offense has been
built almost entirely on its run-
ning game, averaging 327.5 yards
a game on the ground, for what
promises to be a season record for
Conference play.
Wisconsin, however, tops Ohio
State in total offense. The Badg-
ers have netted 364.3 yards per
game. They rate second to Ohio
State in rushing with 213.
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