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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

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First-Place

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Playoffs

Three Other Teams Clinch Playoff Spots;T
Point Difference To Decide Deadlock

By CARL RISEMAN
Lambda Chi Alpha the defend-
ing I-M Fraternity champs, de-
feated ATO yesterday afternoon at
Ferry field which put them in the
first place playoffs.
The game was a rugged see-saw
battle with a final score of 21-14
in overtime play. Fran LeMire was
the offensive threat as he passed
for two touchdowns in regulation
play and finally put the game on
ice with a toss to Dick Good in
overtime.

Phi Gamma Delta defeated
Theta Chi, 12-0, under the lights
at Wines Field, with Fred Lyons
and Gene Honeyman s c o r i n g
touchdowns. The game put the Phi
Gams, Theta Chi and Phi Kappa
Sigma in a three way tie for first
place in their league. The point
difference will have to be studied
before a winner can be determined.
Two unbeaten teams, Delta Up-
silon and Psi Upsilon, clashed in
a thrilling grid battle with the Psi
U's coming out on top, 14-13. This

Swaps Passes Danger;
Racing Future Doubtful

insured Psi U of a first place play-
off berth.
Sigma Alpha Mu blanked Theta
Chi, 19-0, to clinch a first division
playoff spot. The passing of Joel
Tauber was instrumental in the
victory. George Finkel grabbed two
Tauber passes for touchdowns and
Hal Berritt grabbed another for
the third six pointer.
Delta Chi gained a first division
playoff berth by defeating Sigma
Phi, 18-12. Phil Jones had a field
day as he grabbed in three passes
for touchdowns.
Phi Delta Theta also clinched aE
first division playoff birth as they
squeaked by Chi Psi 14-13.
In other games Sigma Nu de-
feated Alpha Sigma Phi, 13-7, Phi
Epsilon Pi beat DKE, 12-7, ZBT
blanked Phi Kappa Psi 14-0, TKE
edged Zeta Psi 14-13, and Triangle
walloped Acacia 18-7.
In pro Fraternity games, Hospit-
ial routed Alpha Rho Chi, 25-0,
and the passing of Milt Siegel led
Alpha Omega to a 12-0 whitewash
victory over Psi Omega.
In 'B' games Kappa Sigma edged
Phi Kappa Tau, 6-0, Phi Kappa
Psi beat Phi Sigma Delta, 7-0,
Lambda Chi Alpha troupced Sigma
Phi Epsilon, 26-7, Phi Sigma
Kappa beat Triangle, 13-0, Phi
Kappa Sigma whipped Phi Kappa
Tau, 19-6, and Williams beat
Michigan, 6-0.

CAMDEN, N. J. WP)-Meshach
Tenney, trainer of Swaps, said
yesterday the record-breaking
thoroughbred is "not in any im-
mediate danger" but that "nobody
knows if he'll ever race again."
Tenney's statement followed one
issued Tuesday night by a Garden
State spokesman which said: "A
crack team of four veterinarians
are working around the clock to-
night at Garden State Park in an
effort to save the life of the valu-
able thoroughbred.".
Tenney described this as a "wild
and unfounded rumor" and went

on to say that Swaps "is 50 per
cent better" than Sunday when
the 4-year-old colt reinjured the
left hind leg he fractured in a
workout Oct. 9.
The trainer said, however, that
"nobody knows whether he will
ever race again. We'll have to
wait and see."
Swaps, reportedly insured for
one million dollars, suffered the
leg fracture while taking a six-
furlong workout. He reinjured the
leg while trying to get up in his
staff Sunday, breaking the cast.

PLAYOFF BERTH-Featured in yesterday's I-M action was the 2
Chi "A" over ATO "A". The win put last year's Social Fraternityc
place playoffs.
WAITING FOR STANFORD
Three PCC Teams Loom a

ridders Stress Offensive
Patterns, Timiing in Drills
Sharpening of plays was the
feature of yesterday's Michigan fstrove to improve their ball-hand-
featre o yeterdy'sMichganling on the tricky maneuvers.
football practice as Coach Bennie Wind sprints concluded the aft-
Oosterbaan concentrated on per- ernoon's activity, although a few
fection of timing, of the players stayed late to work
Jim Pace seemed to function further on plays
well when paired with Terry Barr
at halfback as Pace continued to
work with the first string. Special Purchase
The first,; second and third
strings operated as units almost
Will all men interested in $9095
managing varsity basketball
please contact me at NO 2-3297. GABARDINE
-Kurt Ewend
exluivl a a add eas fSLACKS
21-14 overtime victory of Lambda e sivshingpr added me ans ofS C
champs into this season's first etingrpersteawork.
Ron Kramer still wore a small
bandage on his injured left hand,
but it seemed almost negligible as
he used the hand freely to stop
several passes.
No full scrimmage was held, but
is poilers' the dummy ls scrimmage was an in- n..w
tense one in which the work of the
line was emphasized as heavily as
Southern Cal has arranged that of the backs.
houern al ra arne to Fullback Jim Dickey and half- ir -f
have its All American Jon Arnett back Jack Lousma, who incurred AI I coIors
in the backfield. The Trojan star ankle injuries against Army last
will close out his college career Saturday, took part in practice Sizes 28 to 42
against the Indians, playing them yesterday, though they are not def-
in the fifth game of the year, initely ready to see action against
UCLA held, several of its seniors~ Northwestern on Saturday.
out of the Utah and Michigan OPEN MONDAYS 'TL 9
games, in order that they might Passing plays dominated the
play against the Indians in the offensive drills, mostly of the
Bruins' seventh game of the cam- single-wing variety, as the backs "Walk a few steps
paign.
Stanford possesses one win in "KEEP A-HEAD and save dollars"
their only conference outing this OF YOUR HAIR"
season - a lopsided opening - day
victory over Washington State. Try our
Since then they have lost to two COLLEG IAN STYLES
good teams, Michigan State and'NO WAITING
Ohio State, but have looked good
In losing. Last weekend they warm- e!l1 BARBERS
ed up for their heavy slatenahead The Daseola Barbers
with a, 40-20win over San Jose near Michigan Theater _-____
State.

By BRUCE BENNETI
With the Pacific Coast Confer-
ence schedule scarcely begun, it
appears that the "Three Bad Boys"
of the circuit-UCLA, Southern
Cal, and Washington-will line up
qs spoilers in the decision as to
what team will represent the PCC

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in the Rose Bowl next New Year's
Day.
These three schools, all ineligible
for post season play due to a pre-
season crack-down on their re-
cruiting methods by the Confer-
ence, appear to have solid teams
despite the fact that many of
their top players have been re-
strained from competition this
year.
Lost Only Two
This is evidenced by the fact
that between them, they have lost
only two games. USC is undefeated,
while UCLA has lost to Michigan
and 'Washington dropped one to
Minnesota. Each team has won
three.
With the Bruins, Trojans and
Huskies out of the way, the favor-
ite's role goes to Stanford, but
Chuck Taylor's Indians will have
a tough row. to hoe if they are to
emerge with the PCC title.
The reason is, that in addition
to having to play these three "pen-
alized" teams, each will be point-
ing with special vindicitive to the
Stanford game. This is because
Stanford was the only team on the
Coast that voted to carry out the
Conference rulings against these
schools. A unanimous vote was
needed and Stanford blocked the
way.
So high is feeling on the cam-
puses of UCLA and USC, espec-
ially, that coaches and players at
both schools have arranged to
have their best players ready for
the Stanford game. Conference
rulings state that seniors at these
schools can play only five consecu-
tive games, so both have arranged
to be at full strength against Stan-
ford.

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