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Puc ksters






Cap ture


Nu Sig, Seldom Seen Kids
Also Cop Playoff Crowns


Lambda Chi Alpha, Lloyd House,
Nu Sigma Nu and The Seldom
Seen Kids annexed their respective
I-M football championships last
night on windy, snow-swept Wines
field before a hardy audience of
more than 125.
Lambda Chi Alpha whipped Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, 7-0, for the so-
cial fraternity title.
Lambda Chi's Fran Lemire scored
the game's only touchdown on the
last play of the first half after
moving the winners downfield on
a 70 yard sustained drive. Lemire
passed to Al Cruger and Don Sco-
tilla for important yardage and
picked up the rest himself on
sweeps around end.
Scores on Fourth Down
On a fourth down situation Le-
mire eluded two would-be taggers
Ed Hickey, due to previous
commitment, will not be in the
Union Opera cast. Mike Rotun-
no has been chosen to take his
and moved into the end zone from
two yards out. He then hit Bob
Clark with a short pass over cen-
ter for the point after touchdown.
Craig Morris to Ron Norene
aerials kept the SAE's in threat-
ening position during the rest of
the game but they could never go
all the way.
Lloyd Keeps Title
Flashy quarterback Bruce Fox
tossed for both Lloyd touchdowns
in its 13-0 title-defending win
over a game Williams House squad.
After a scoreless first period,
which was marred by numerous
penalties, Lloyd broke the scoring
ice early in the second quarter.
After having a 75-yard touchdown

run called back, Fox connected on
a 60-yard pass play to end Jim
Meyers for the score. A Fox-to-
Dick Papp aerial was good for the
extra point, and Lloyd held a 7-0
lead as the half ended.
Despite the skillful attempts of
Williams' quarterback Jack Lewis
to put his team back in the game
during the snow-filled second half,
Lloyd was not to be denied, and
tallied again late in the final quar-
ter. This time Fox hit Randy Sul-
livan on the 40-yard scoring,play.
Nu Sigs Win
In the professional fraternity
final a strong Nu Sigma Nu team
defeated Phi Chi, 7-0. After a
scoreless first half, the Phi Chi's
kicked off out of bounds and the
Nu Sigs took over on their own
40. At this point, quarterback
Froncie Gutman, ex-Purdue ace,
began to click on his passes and
connected for four straight, the
last to Harry Allis for 25 yards
and the score.
Gutman then tossed to Danny
Cline, who was all alone in the
end zone, for the extra point.
In a great defensive battle the
Seldom Seen Kids edged the Rac-
coons to take the independent
league title, 2-0. Battling through
a scoreless first half, the Kids be-
gan to move in the third period.
After intercepting a Raccoon pass
on his own 40, Jack Watson tossed
to Jim Scranton on the Raccoon
25. Watson then ran the ball to
the two-yard line, but the Rac-
coon line stiffened to catch him
twice in his own backfield, taking
over on downs as the quarter
ended. It was then that Raccoon.
Bob Thomas went back to pass and
was caught in his own end zone
for the only score of the game.

READY FOR ACTION is the Michigan hockey team's high-scoring first line, composed, left to right,
of newcomer Wally Maxwell, Capt. Bill MacFarland and junior Jerry Karpinka. The Wolverines,
defending national champs, will launch their 1955-56 season tonight in a home contest against the
always-troublesome Montreal sextet, McGill.
Sophs Add Depth to Young Cagers

Too bad Michigan isn't in an-
other basketball league. '
Fact is, however, that the Wol-
verines will have to constantly
rub elbows with a most rugged
group-the Western Conference.
Michigan's hoop fortunes have
improved each year since Bill
Perigo took over the coaching
reigns in 1952, but the Big Ten,
meanwhile has developed into an
all-around basketball powerhouse.
Groffsky, Eaddy Gone
Only noticable losses from last
year's squad are Paul Groffsky
and Don Eaddy. Returning are
eight lettermen and two reserve-
award winners. Six sophomores
have made the team and two of
them, Pete Tillotson and Billy
Wright, will be in the starting
lineup tomorrow night for the cur-
tain-raiser at Pittsburgh.
Tillotson, at 6'6", has progressed
rapidly during practice, and will
take over at a forward slot. Wright,
a fine shot and an excellent floor
man, will team with Captain Tom
Jorgenson at the guard positions.
Jerry Stern, who proved his
worth last season after being a
bench-rider for the major por-
tion of his college career, will go
at the other forward spot. He's
only 6'2", "small" for a forward
these days, but is an excellent
driver and a heady player.

The 6'3" Kramer, team scoringI
leader last season, will be one of
the shortest centers in big-time
basketball-but he can out-jump
many of the taller pivotmen. Al-
though only in court togs for 11
.Detroit's Chance
Detroit will have its one and
only chance to see Michigan's
defending national champion
ice hockey team in action onj
January 11th at the Olympia,
as the Wolverines tangle with
the United States Olympic
The All-Canadian Michigan
team, reputed to be one of the
finest ever to represent the
University, will be hard-put to
stop the Olympians, made up
of America's greatest collegiate
hockey stars.
Detroiters may phone or
write the Olympia for ticket
prices and details. University
students will be notified later
this month as to sales and
transportation details.
days, he has quickly worked him-
self into shape.
Jorgenson, a hustling backcourt-
man, plays a rugged, hustling type
of ball, and can usually be counted
on in tight situati~gs. Still hamp-
ered by a bad leg, he'll probably

be spelled for short interims
throughout each game.
Jim Barron, one of the Big Ten's
best guards until a serious knee
injury sidelined him early last
year, hasn't yet regained his old
form, but will be available if need-
ed. Harvey Williams, 6'8" center
who helped win many a game
during the past two campaigns,
and scrappy guard Jim Shearon
add to Perigo's secondary strength.
Randy Tarrier, a 6'5" Soph who
moves extraordinarily well for a
man of his size, is expected to see
a good share of action, as is letter-
man Milt Lingle. Both are for-
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Maentz Wins All-American
Recognition on AP Team

NEW YORK (MP-Howard "Hop-
along" Cassady, Ohio State's star
back, and Ron Beagle, Navy's great
end, won All-America recognition
for the second straight year on
the 1955 Associated Press team.
Because the Associated Press
All-America is based on the entire
season's play, some September and
October stars failed to make the
grade, due chiefly to injuries. In-
cluded on this list are Ron Kram-
er, Michigan end, and Joe Child-
ress, Auburn back. Tom Maentz,
Kramer's teammate, is on the
second team..
Earl Morrall of Michigan State
Montreal 2, Boston 1
Butler 67, Wisconsin 63
Detroit 77, Notre Dame 71
t I

heads up a backfield with Cassady
that includes two juniors-James
Swink of Texas Christian and
Tommy McDonald of Oklahoma.
The first team line is composed
of Beagle and Howard Schnellen-
berger of Kentucky at ends; Paul
Wiggin of Stanford and Frank
D'Agostino of Auburn at tackles;
Jim Brown of U.C.L.A. and Pas-
quale Pat Bisceglia of Notre Dame
at guards and Robert Pellegrirli of
Maryland at center.







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