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Kowalezyk Slated To Start
For Spartans Despite Injury
SIGMA CHI, CHI PSI WIN 'B' GAMES:
Nu Sigs Capture I-M Pro Fraternity Football Contest
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan stress-
ed just about everything yester-
day afternoon as he sent his de-
termined gridders through their
last heavy workout before tomor-
row's MSU clash.
Fullback John Herrnstein miss-
ed practice completely because of
what Oosterbaan described as "a
semblance of a boil," and said that,
Just to play it safe, he was being
given a penicillin shot.
Oosterbaan also expressed some
concern over the condition of tack-
le Willie Smith's ankle and end
Charlie Brooks' knee, and the
status of both for tomorrow is
Kowalezyk To Start
Meanwhile, good news for Mich-
igan State was heralded by Coach
Duffy Daugherty, who announced
that star Spartan halfback Walt
Kowalczyk, who re-injured his bad
ankle against Stanford last week-
end, will be in the starting line-
The Wolverines launched their
session yesterday in two groups,
with the linemen working on re-
covering fumbles and on body-
contact, and the back and ends
running through plays together.
A group of white-shirted re-
serves then ran Michigan State
plays, first to test the rushing
To Be Shown
Everyone is invited to view
"Quarterback Films" of the pre-
ceding Saturday's Michigan foot-
ball games each Monday night at
There will be two showings of
the Michigan State game pictures
this coming Monday at 7:30 and
9 p.m. in Rm. 3R-S. In following
weeks the films will be presented
at 7:30 p.m. in the Union Ballroom.
Former Wolverine fullback Dick
Balzhiser will act as narrator.
abilities of the regulars and then
to give the defensive secondary
Field-goal drills from around 20
yds. out featured the accurate
kicking of Ron Kramer and Jim
Maientz Kicks Well
Next camenpractice on rushing
the State punter, followed by some
fine punting on the part of Michi-
gan's kckers-Kramer, Van Pelt,
Jim Maddock and especially Cap-'
tain Tom Maentz, whose boots
ranged in the 50-yd. class.
Extra-point practice ensued, and
the day's activities were culminat-
ed by a vigorous and enthusiastic
running of plays against the sup-
ported dummies, with sharp ball-
handling and accurate passing by.
Van Pelt and Bob Ptacek
Kowalczyk, who started starring
as a sophomore last season, could
make a big difference in MSU's
chances tomorrow if he is ready
to team with the Spartans' other
halfback, flashy Clarence Peaks.
'The Sprinting Blacksmith'
Kowalczyk was chosen as the
"most valuable" player in the Rose'
Bowl Game against UCLA last
January. Because of his speed and
power he has acquired the nick-
name of "the Sprinting Black-
If Kowalczyk isn't in top form,
Daugherty expressed confidence
that Jim Wulff, second-string
right half, could do the job.
Another happy note for MSU
fans was the report that tackle
Pat Burke, hampered by an ankle
injury, will be able to see some
action against the Wolverines
though he probably won't be in
for the opening kickoff.
It was originally reported that
Burke would be out of the game
because of a banged-up knee.
As a contrast to Michigan's prac-
tice session, the Spartans worked
for just an hour yesterday as they
tapered off before making the
journey here today. They will
spend tonight at Ypsilanti.
ist of the New York Giants, an-
nounced yesterday that he is again
retiring from professional football.
He stated that the Giant's won't
allow him to commute between
home and work, and that he wishes
to be with his family.
* * *
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -The
Executive Board of the Interna-
tional Olympic Committee yester-
day barred Puerto Rico's athletes
from the 1956 games to be held at
The action was taken because of
government interference resulting
from the fact that Puerto Rico's
National Olympic Committee cpn-
sists of government employees.
NEW YORK - Slugger Ted
Kluszewski, one of the "big" hit-
ters this year for the Cincinnati
Redlegs fears that he may be
washed-up as a ball player.
He stated Wednesday that he
was in "constant pain" from a!
torn muscle that has' pressed
against the sciatic nerve.
By PAUL BORMAN
Nu Sigma Nu stocked with five
college gridiron stars, edged Phi
Delta Phi 9-2 in the :top game of
yesterday's I-M football action at
South Ferry Field.
The Nu Sigs, who have won the
professional I-M grid champion-
ship for the past three years,
played former Wolverines Harry
Allis, Tad Stanford, and Dan Cline.
They also employed the services
of Froncie Gutman, former Purdue
quarterback, and Dave Jones, for-
mer Denison College quarterback.
It was Gutman's touchdown
pass to Stanford, who was play-
ing his usual end position, which
gave the Nu Sigs their margin of
victory in the roughly played tus-
sle which found two players being
ejected from the game for fight-
Delta Theta Phi romped over
Tau Epsilon Rho 29-0. Center Bill
Apgar led Delta Theta Phi scor-
ing with 13 points on two touch-
downs and an extra point. End
THE SPARTANS' TOUCHDOWN TWINS, Halfback Walt Kow-
alczyk (left) and Clarence Peaks, pose Michigan State's greatest
threat to Wolverine hopes of victory tomorrow. Both starters last
season and this, they constitute perhaps the strongest and fastest
halfback combination in college football.
.Early Arrival at Game Asked
Bob Brown and quarterback Chuck
Caduell also scored touchdowns.
Law Club nipped Phi Alpha Delta
1-0 in overtime. The odd grid score
came about when both teams tied
in regular time. An overtime period
in which each team was given four
downs with the ball was called.
Since neither squad scored, Law
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Club, because it gained the most
yardage was declared the winner
Quarterback Heston Hamilton's
touchdown pass to end Ernst Kilar
proved to be the only scoring of
the game as Phi Rho Sigma shut- ZBT's only touchdown came
out Phi Delta Epsilon 6-0 when its center John Harris inter-
End Don Piersma led Phi Alpha cepted one of Young's passes and
Kappa as they swamped Alpha lugged the pigskin 25 yards to
Kappa Psi 23-0. Piersma scored 21 paydirt.
points on three touchdowns, an Chi Psi squeaked by Delta Upsi-
extra point and a safety, when he lon2-0.Chi Psi'ks margin came
trapped Alpha Kappa Psi in their
endzone. when its halfback Herb Ganmmage
Alphaehi Sigma gained a 6-0 caught a DU back behind the goal
victory over Phi Delta Chias tai line for a safety.
back Jack Scruggs hit end Ron Early Score
Towne with a touchdown aerial for Alpha Tau Omega scored an
the sole tally, early touchdown on a long pass
Sigma Chi Wins 'B' Games from tailback Fred Warner to half-
In the social fraternity leagues back Don Dahm to beat Sigma Al-
it was the 'B' squads turn to play pha Mu 7-0.
as Sigma Chi edged Zeta Beta Tau Full back Sam Dallas scored the
14-8. Sigma Chi tailback Bob game's only touchdown. as Theta,
Young intercepted one of ZBT Chi shutout Beta Theta Pi 6-0.
quarterback John Leslie's throws In forfeits, Sigma Nu won over
and scampered 50 yards for a Acacia and Psi Upsilon won over
touchdown. , Chi Phi.
~touchdown. 1Chi Phi.
Ticket Manager Don Weir has
requested that students start a
little earlier than usual for the
MSU game tomorrow in order that
all spectators may be seated in the
Stadium by the 1:30 kick-off time.
By leaving for the game early,
the confusion and crowding at the
gates just before game time will
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BALTIMORE - Frank Tambur-
ello, former University of Mary-
land quarterback, lost his case in
court yesterday as he attempted
to dodge the draft in order to have
another year of school and foot-
Tamburello claimed that his
draft board had not considered up-
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