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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAI

Kramer,

Maentz

Make

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State, OSU
Each Place
Three Men
CHICAGO (M--Sweeping eight
places, Michigan State, Ohio State
and Michigan dominated the As-
sociated Press 1955 all-Big Ten
football team as they did the con-
ference drive.
Ohio State and Michigan State
each landed three berths, and
Michigan two on the No. 1 lineup
chosen by AP staff writers in the
Big Ten area yesterday.
One place each went to Purdue,
Illinois and Iowa.
Mitchell-Lone Soph
Seven seniors and three juniors
were named, with only one sopho-
more making the grade-halfback
Bob Mitchell of Illinois.
Mitchell's selection was an un-
precedented gesture, for until the
last two weeks of the season his
status at Illinois was that of a
reserve. He got his big chance
when Harry Jefferson, whom he
understudied, was injured.
Kramer, Maentz Earn Berths
The line is flanked by two of the
greatest ends ever to bless a team
at the same time-Michigan's Ron
Kramer and Tom Maentz.
Cal Jones was selected for the
A? all-conference team for the
third straight year. Howard Cas-
sady and Ron Kramer also were
holdovers from 1954.
FIRST TEAM
END-RON KRAMER, MICHI-
GAN, JR.
Tackle-Calvin Jones, Iowa, Sr.
Guard-Jim Parker, Ohio State,
Jr.
Center-Ken Vargo, Ohio State,
Sr.
Guard-Carl Nystrom, Mich. St.,
Sr.
Tackle-Norman Masters, Mich.
St., Sr.
END-TOM MAENTZ, MICHI-
GAN, JR.
Back-Earl Morr# l, Mich. St., Sr
Back-Howard Cassady, Ohio
State., Sr.
Back-Robert Mitchell, Illinois,
Soph.
Back-Bill Murakowski, Purdue,
Sr.

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11

Bears, Browns Take Step Closer to Division Titles

By JIM BAAD
A few weeks ago the National
Football League released from out
of its cellar a pack of seemingly
harmless Bears, and now they're
running wild.
In six weeks these Bears have
smashed their way through the
tough Western Division, devour-
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SCORES
VOLLEYBALL
Residence Hans
Scott 6, Anderson 0
Greene 5, Huber 1
Williams 6, Strauss 0
Michigan 4, Allen Rumspy 2
Taylor 6, Hinsdale 0
Cooley 6, Wenley 0
Gomberg 6, Lloyd 0
Van Tyne defeated Winchell (forfeit)
Social Fraternities
Chi Psi defeated Sigma Phi (forefit)
Delta Upsilon deftated Phi Sigma
Kappa (forfeit)
Professional Fraternities
Phi Chii 6, Delta Sigma Delta 0
Psi Omega 5, Phi Delta Chi 1
Alpha Kappa Kappa defeated Phi
Rho Sigma (forfeit)
Nu Sigma Nu defeated Phi Delta
Epsilon (forfeit)
SWIMMING
WilUam 39, Hayden 17
Lloyd defeated Kelsey (forfeit)

ing everything in their path-
Rams, Colts, 49ers, Packers, and
now Lions.
The last was added to the list
of the ravaging bruins last Sun-
day, 24-14, in a game which show-
ed the spirit and confidence of the
title hungry Bears. The Lions
played the Bears to a 14-10 deficit
in the first half, but were snowed
under in the third quarter by two
touchdowns. Detroit couldn't dent
the Chicago defense to recover.
The Baltimore Colts played the
Los Angeles Rams to a 17-17 tie,
an extremely important contest
to the fortunes of the Bears, since
it boosted them into a one-half
game lead in the Western Division.
Their schedule calls for three
more games, with the Chicago
Cardinals, the Lions, and the Phil-
adelphia Eagles..All three of these
teams are in the lower realm of the
NFL. Therefore, if Chicago can
knock off three less than average
teams, the chance to play the.
Eastern Division champ for the
World Championship is theirs.
Meanwhile, in the Eastern Div-
ision the Cleveland Browns roll
on. After a setback last weekend,
the Browns regained their poise
and walloped third place Pitts-
burgh, 41-14.
Cleveland has shown great of-
fensive . and defensive power * in
the majojity pr its games this

season. If tradition is a good basis,
the Browns also always seem to
get stronger as the season goes
on.' Because of these two factors
there is a very good chance that
Cleveland will take its fourth div-
ision title in a row.
The Washington Redskins com-
pletely outplayed the Chicago
Cardinals, shutting them out, 31-
0. This win kept Washington only
a game behind league leading
Cleveland. The Redskins are still
Frosh -Wins
Final Picks'
Joseph Kosco, of 317 Winchell
House, posted a near-perfect 14-1
record to win the Daily's final
"Grid Picks" contest of 1955.
Kosco missed on only the Illi-
nois-Northwestern tie to win two
free theater tickets to either "Lucy
Gallan,t" opening Thursday at
the Michigan, or "The Racers,"
starting the same day at the State.
Sports Night Editor Dick Carm-
er led the Daily experts in this
year's polling. Cramer ended up
with an overall 83-37-.692 mark
to lead his fellow staffors. Assoc-
iate Sports Editor Alan Eisenberg
was a close second with 81-39-
.675, the same as the final con-
sensus figure.

definite title contenders since the
in the professional circuit any
team can beat any other team on
any given weekend.
Cleveland proved this just a
week ago last Sunday when they
were dumped by the Philadelphia
Eagles from their lofty two game
lead.
Sunday, the New York Giants
took on last week's conquerors of
Cleveland and soundly whipped
them, 31-7. This pulled the Giants
up out of the cellar, a position to
which they had, grown accustom-
ed.
Green Bay beat San Francisco,
28-21, to remain only a game be-
hind Western Division leader Chi-
cago and only a half game behind
second place Los Angeles.

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NEW STYLES FIRST AT WIILD'S

Michigan basketball fans will
be able to get their first good look;
at the 1955-56 hoop squad tonight
when the varsity faces the fresh-
man team at Yost Field House.
The game will begin at 8 p.m.
Admission is free.
The varsity, which has been re-;
hearsing for its Dec. 3 debut at
Pittsburgh, hopes for an improve-
ment over its mediocre sixth-place
Big Ten showing last season. Bill
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Perigo's quintet won't be at full
strength, of course, until Ron Kra-
mer, gets back in form.
Kramer, who is taking a short
rest after the football season, can
be expected to start his basketball
activities in a few days.
Lastinight Coach Perigo, his
staff and members of his squad
helped supervise a basketball clinic
at the Field House. The clinic was
sponsored by the Huron Valley Of-
ficials Association.
SPORTS
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