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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,195&

PAGE ~1X TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1951

Suman Le Gds Na Sigs To

13-

7 Win Over Phi Ghi

Sigma Alpha Mu Edges Delta Upsilon
In Social Fraternity 'B' Football Tilt

FGRID'SELECTIIONS

By PAUL BORMAN
ed a pass to end Ted Dodenhoff
Halfback Froncie Gutman was on the Phi Chi goal line for the
the key figure in Nu Sigma Nu's, second and winning marker.
13-7, win over Phi Chi in the game
which highlighted yesterday's I-M Break Tie
pro fraternity football action at With three minutes left, Phi Al-
South Ferry Field. pha Delta broke an 18-18 tie and
The, first time the Nu Sigs got scored 13 points to defeat Phi Del-
the ball Gutman outraced the Phi ta Epsilon 31-18. Dex Galloway
Chi defense and took a perfect led the Phi Alpha Delta attack
pass from quarterback Dave Jones with 18 points.
for the tally. Gutman also bullet- Phi Alpha Kappa combined air-
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tight defence play and a powerful
offence to whip Delta Sigma Pi,
20-0. End Don Piersma paced Phi,
Alpha Kappa scorers with 12
points while quarterback Roger
Golden contributed the other
touchdown.
In other pro fraternity games
Alpha Kappa Kappa edged Phi Ro
Sigma, 13-6, Phi Delta Phi shut-
out Tau Epsilon Rho, 13-0, and;
Alpha Chi Sigma nipped Alpha
Kappa Pti, 1-0.
In the top game between the
social fraternity 'B' teams, Sigma
Alpha Mu edged Delta Upsilon 7-6
in overtime.

PHILADELPHIA-(*l- Elim- DU Drew First Blood
thing; it's financial aid to players DU drew first blood and scored'
inating football scholarships will he (Marshall) is talking out," on a long pass from quarterback
not mean the end of college foot- iDon Mick to end Jim Baad. Thej
ball, Phinceton Athletic DirectorF Sammies came back and scored in'
b athletic scholarships is not going the closing minutes on a pass from
Ken Fairman has said in answer- to do awayhwith college football Bill Stern to Bill Boorstein to tie
ing charges the Ivy League was as long as there are kids to play the game. In the overtime period
destroying the game. the game." I the Sammies dominated the play
Fairman spoke yesterday before Fairman said the Ivy League and got the game winning point
the Philadelphia Football Writers was looking for students as well for gaining the most yardage.
Association. Last week that group as athletes to fill athletic scholar- Beta Theta Pi took to the air
heard George Preston Marshall, ships. The idea was to eliminate and gained a 14-0 win over Zeta
owner of the National Football wholesalerbidding among colleges Beta Tau. Left end Dave Redick
sax h Tvy League was wrecking lara for fothall in universit
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-Daily-Harding Williams
COMMUNICATIONS CENTER-University students had a chance to view the new Stadium Communi-
cations center yesterday. Athletic Director H. O. (Fritz) Crisler was on hand with other officials to
conduct tours. Visitors were taken through all four levels of the center. The above picture was taken
during the MSU game on the second level where the working press watches the game. This level also
contains a central communications point to disper se information to the reporters.

THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Consensus selections appear in capitals)
CONSENSUS (32-8-.800)
1. Army at MICHIGAN
2. AUBURN at Kentucky
3. BAYLOR at Arkansas.
4. CALIFORNIA at Oregon St.
5. Holy Cross at PENN ST.
6. Indiana at MICHIGAN ST.
7. KANSAS at Iowa St.
8. Louisiana St. at GEORGIA TECH
9. MARYLAND at Miami.
10. NAVY at Tulane
11. Northwestern at MINNESOTA
12. OHIO STATE at Illinois
13. Oregon at WASHINGTON
14. Purdue at NOTRE DAME
15. SOUTHERN METHODIST at Duke
16. Texas vs. OKLAHOMA
17. TEXAS CHRISTIAN at Alabama
18. Vanderbilt at MISSISSIPPI
19. West Virginia at SYRACUSE
20. Wisconsin at IOWA
* * *
DAVE GREY (34-6--.850) - Michigan, Auburn, Baylor, Ore. St.,
Holy Cross, MSU, Kan., Ga. Tech. Miami, Navy, Minn., OSU, Wash.,
ND, Duke, Okla., TCU, Miss., W. Va., Iowa.
STEVE HEILPERN (34-6-.850) - Michigan, Auburn, Baylor,
Penn. St., MSU, Kan., Ga. Tech, Miami, Navy, Minn., OSU, Wash.,
ND, SMU, Okla., TCU, Miss., W. Va., Iowa.
JIM BAAD (32-8-.800) -Michigan, Auburn, Baylor, Calif., Penn.
St., MSU, Kan., Ga. Tech, Md., Navy, Minn., OSU, Wash., ND, Duke,
Okla., TCU, Miss., Syracuse, Iowa.
BRUCE BENNETT (32-8-.804)) - Michigan, Ky., Baylor, Calif.,
Holy Cross, MSU, Kan., Ga. Tech, Md., Navy, Minn., OSU, Wash.,
ND, SMU, Okla., TCU, Miss., Syracuse, Iowa.
HANK ROSENBAUM (32-8-.800) - Michigan, Auburn, Baylor,
Ore. St., Penn. St., MSU, Iowa St., Ga. Tech, Md., Navy, Minn,, Ill.,
Wash., ND, SMU, Okla., TCU, Miss., W. Va., Iowa.
AL WINKELSTEIN (32-8-.800) - Michigan, Auburn, Baylor,
Calif., Penn St., MSU, Iowa St., Ga. Tech, Md., Navy, Minn., OSU,
Wash., ND, SMU, Okla., TCU, Miss., Syracuse, Iowa.
GUEST STAFF (30-10-.750) - DICK HALLORAN (Daily Edt.
torial Director) - Michigan, Ky., Baylor, Calif., Penn. St., MSU, Kan.,
Ga. Tech, Md., Navy, Minn., OSU, Wash., ND, Duke, Okla., TCU,
Miss., Syracuse, Iowa.
DICK CRAMER (30-10-.750) - Michigan, Ky., Baylor, Calif.,
Penn St., MSU, Kan., Ga. Tech, Miami, Navy, Minn., OSU, Wash.,
ND, SMU, Okla., TCU, Miss., W. Va., Iowa.
JOHN HILLYER (29-11-.725) - Michigan, Auburn, Baylor,
Calif., Penn St., MSU, Iowa St., Ga. Tech, Miami, Tulane, Minn.,
OSU, Wash., ND, SMU, Okla., TCU, Miss., Syracuse, Iowa.

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By GARY PECK
first competition in resi-
hall class 'B' intra-mural
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at Wines Field.
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blocking was poor, and offences,
on the whole, were quite slow.
The lone exception in last
night's saga of mediocre play was
the Big Red of Gomberg. The se-
cret of Gomberg's success as it
downed Scott, 28-0, was its depth,
and all-around prowess in both
offense and defense.
Donahue Sparks Big Red
Pat Donahue was obiously Gom-
berg's big gun. Donahue accounted
for all four of Big Red's touch-
downs by throwing TD passes to
Dave Karr and Dave Stawski, by
intercepting a Scott pass and run-
ning for the tally, and by running
65 yards from his tailback position
for another marker.
Reeves house definitely out-
played Adams, 13-0. Both teams
concentrated on an air attack, al-
though Reeves' wasmore effec-
tive.
Benedict Stars
Mike Benedict was Reeves'
sparkplug as he. tossed two touch-
down passes, the first to Bill Har-
rison, the second to Paul Babbas,
and ran for the extra point.
Strauss scored early on a touch-
down pass from Lew Patuto to
Bob Bailey and then held Van
Tyne to win, 6-0. Strauss had
good potential runners in Patuto
and Dave Markey. Van Tyne,
meanwhile, had a good passing
combination going from Dick Ger-
ber to Fred Appleman.

mb erg, Reeves, Strauss Win Openers
Residence Halls 'B' League Football

Greene house won a nip-and-
tuck ballgame with Anderson, 6-0.
Greene capitalized on having two
good passers and two good receiv-
ers. Frank Lemky tossed the
touchdown pass in the dying min-
utes of the second half to Larry
Pedrich.
Both. teams had fair defences,
and were both hurt by penalties.
Anderson had a good passer in
Pete Maher, but he seemed ham-
pered by the fact that he couldn't
find anyone to throw to.
Other scores were: Michigan 12,
Kelsey 7; Taylor 7, Hayden 0; Chi-
cago 1, Allen-Rumsey 0 (decided
in overtime); and Wenley over
Hinsdale by forfeit.

FRATERNITY TRACK MEET:
Phi Gams Capture, Close Victory

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By BOB BOLTON
Phi Gamma Delta led by Gene
Honeyman's double victory in the
high and low hurdles took first
place in the I-M social fraternity
track meet yesterday at Ferry
Field.
Cold weather kept the times
down and no records were set.
In grabbing the victory the Phi
Gams piled up a total of 21 points
five more than runner up, Phi
Delta Theta. Phi Kappa Tau and
Alpha Tau Omega tied for third
place honors with 13 points while
last year's champion, Sigma Phi
Epsilon picked up 11 points and
a fifth place tie with Sigma Chi.
Strong in Field Events
Besides Honeyman's double vic-
tory in the hurdles the Phi Gains
showed very strong in the field
events. Dick McCracken claimed
a first place tie in the high jump
with Phi Kappa Tau's Al Dangre-
mond by going over the bar at
5'8".

Phi Gam also picked up place
points in the shot put, broad jump
and pole vault.
Last year's 100 yard dash cham-
pion Charlie Gunn of ATO re-
peated his victory again yesterday.
Gunn, who runs in his stocking
feet, won easily in :11.0, six tenths
of a second off his own record per-
formance.
Mile Exciting
The day's most exciting event
was the mile won by George Rock-
well of Sigma Phi Epsilon/ Phi
Kappa Tau's Cal Covell set the
pace for most of the run but didn't
have the stamina to hold off Rock-

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STATISTICS
Team
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Kappa Tau
Alpha Tau Omega

Points
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5. Sigma Phi Epsilon 11
6. Sigma Chi 11
7. Lambda Chi Alpha, 7
8. Delta Upsilon 5
9. Sigma Alpha Mu 5
10. Theta Chi 4
440 YD. DASH-1. Chuck Tur-
ner (Sigma Phi Epsilon) 2. Paul
Kors (Alpha Tau Omega) 3.
Brien Harris (Delta Upsilon)
Time--:57.4.
100 YD. DASH-1. Charlie
Gunn (Alpha Tau Omega) 2.
Don Dahm (Alpha Tau Omega)
3. Don Johnson (Phi Delta
Theta) Time - :11.00.
880 YD. RUN-1. Don Daezner
(Phi Kappa Tau) 2. Dick Cope-
land (Lambda Chi Alpha) 3.
Bob Steller (Alpha Tau Omega)
Time-2 :15.4.
MILE-1. George Rockwell
Sigma Phi Epsilon) 2. Bob
Mansfield (Delta Upsilon) 3. Cal
Covell (Phi Kappa Tau) Time-
5:06.9.
HIGH HURDLES-1. Gene
Honeyman (Phi Gamma Delta)
2. James McCall (Sigma Chi) 3.
Chuck Clarkson (Phi Delta
Theta). Time-:10.0.
LOW HURDLES-1. Gene
Honeyman (Phi Gamma Delta)
2. James McCall (Sigma Chi)
3. Tim.Hays (Theta Chi) Time
I- :09.6.
SHOT PUT-1. Joe McKoen
(Sigma Chi) 2. Bob Dunlap (Phi
Delta Theta) 3. Fred Lyons (Phi
Gamma Delta). Distance -
38'10".
BROAD JUMP-1. Larry Levy
(Sigma Alpha Mu) 2. Dave
Cornwell (Phi Gamma Delta) 3.
Dick Copeland (Lambda Chi Al-
pha) Distance-19'84".
HIGH JUMP-1. (Tie) Dick
McCracken (Phi Gamma Delta)
and Al Dangremond (Phi Kappa
Tau) 3. Randy Tarrier (Phi Del-
ta Theta) Height-5'8".
POLE VAULT - 1. Chuck
Clarkson (Phi Delta Theta) 2.
(Tie) Chuck Schrader (Lambda
Chi Alpha), Phil Burt (Phi
Gamma Delta), Jack Cross
(Theta Chi) Height-9'6".

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