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TKE Defeats DKE, 18-14,

Unbeaten Yale Squad Tops Ivy League

In Social Fraternity 'B' Tilt


Lambda Chi Alpha and Delta
Tau Delta won their first round1
games in the I-M fraternity "A"
Football playoffs yesterday.
Lambda Chi, last year's winners
in intraural football, overwhelm-
ed Phi Delta Theta by a 34-12
count. Fran LeMire, Lambda Chi's
star, accounted for four sorps with
touchdown passes to Dick Good,
Gerry Merrett, Bob Clark, and
Mac Michaels.
Phi Delta Theta could not over-
come the early 20-0 lead that
Lambda Chi held at the end of
the first half. Don Johnston scored
two touchdowns for the Phi Delts
on short passes.
Delta Tau Delta Wins
Delta Tau Delta clinched its
game in the waning moments on
a short pass from Dick Johnson to
Tom Jones, to win 19-7.
Delta Chi surged into a brief
lead at the start of the second half
when, with' Delta Taiu Delta lead-
ng,6-, =;Norm Krecke ran back
the opening kickoff the length of
the field for a touchdown.
The extra point was added and
for a brief span, Delta Chi led 7-6.
Delta Tau Delta regained the lead
at 12-7 on a pass from Jack De-
morest to Ray Hockstad.
The combination of Demorest to
Hockstad accounted for the first
score in the game, on a long touch-
down pass in the first half.
In "B" playoff games, Tau Kap-
pa Epsilon defeated Delta Kappa
Epsilon on a last minute pass,
18-14. Bob Hock made a sensa-
tional catch of the pass thrown by
Bob Dinsmore to account for the
k winning points.
The only other "B" game saw
Delta Chi down Delta Sigma Phi;
12-0. Y
In other "A games, Sigma Chi
trounced Kappa Sigma, 25-6; Tau
Delta Phi edged Delta Upsilon,
13-9; Zeta Beta Tau defeated Al-
pha Tau Omega, 13-6; Triangle

beat Phi Epsilon Pi, 19-0; Delta
Sigma Phi won over Theta Delta
Chi, 6-0; Alpha Sigma Phi con-
quered Delta Kappa Epsilon, 13-6;
and Zeta Psi won over Sigma Phi,
High Spirifts
Feature 'M'
Grid Drills
It was a day of general drills
as the Wolverine football team
began its preparations for the.
coming battle with Minnesota.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan came
out with many a smiling com-
ment as his squad displayed its
adeptness at. ballhandling in the
offensive drills.
Spirits were high and every
good performance met with great
There was one big worry how-
ever, as the status of right half-
back Terry Barr remained in
doubt.-Barr has been hampered
by a "charley horse" in the left
knee and is unable to run.;
Although he was suited up, he
did little more than go through
the motions and left the practice
field early.
Although bothered by a slight
ankle injury, left halfback Jim
Pace loked as fast as ever, and
tackle Willie Smith worked out
even though both legs were taped.
The day's work ended abruptly
when in the midst of Pie tackling
drills, reserve halfback John
Greenwood hit one of the dummys
so. hard that a supporting cable
snapped, sending the two hurtling
objects head first into the soft

Yale and Princeton continue to
dominate Ivy League football aft-
er impressive triumphs last week-
Yale maintained its position
atop the first official Ivy League
by whipping a disappointing Cor-
nell eleven, 25-7. The Bulldogs
now have an unbeaten record, and
hold three victories against Ivy
League opponents.
Princeton also has a perfect
record of four wins against no
losses, but the Tigers have played
only two league games. In a non-
Ivy League tilt, the Tigers handed
a strong Colgate team a 28-20
Morris Stars
Tommy Morris turned in an im-
pressive performance in the Tig-
ers' victory, playing a big role in
every Princeton point. He passed
for the Tigers' first score, and
scored the other three on runs.
On defense, Morris intercepted
a Colgate pass which ended the
Red Raider's final threat.
The Ivy race may be in doubt
until the next to the last game
of. the season, when Princeton
journeys to New Haven to face
the Bulldogs.

Among the Eastern indepen-
Pittsburgh have established them-
selves not on,1y as eastern grid
powers, but also ,the ranking
teams of the nation.
Syracuse Wins
Syracuse handed Army its sec-
ond defeat in two weeks, tripping
the Cadets, 7-0, last weekend. The
Orange marched 80 yards for
I-D Cards
The Athletic Administration
announced today that students
will again be required to enter
through the Student Gates and
show their I-D cards for the
Minnesota football game this
Saturday. This policy will be
continued throughout the foot-
ball season.
sheir lone score in the second
quarter, and then staged two goal
line staids to subdue the Black
The only defeat that Syracuse
has suffered this season was at
thehands of Ptitsburgh, but they
have impressive wins over Mary-

land and West Virginia along
with their win over Army.
Penn, State turned in one of
the major upsets last weekend,
when they toppled highly favored
Ohio State, 7-6. The Nittany Lions
achieved their third win against
a single defeat by completely
stopping the vaunted Buckeye's
running attack.
Pittsburgh's Panthers scored
three touchdowns in five minutes
of the second quarter to beat
Duke, 27-14, in the 10th Annual
Oyster Bowl game at Norfolk, Va.
Pittsburgh's only defeat this sea-
son came at the hands of Calif-
ornia's Bears.




-Daily-Charles Curtis
END ZONE VIEW - of Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Delta Theta I-M
Grid Playoff game, in which Lambda Chi Alpha won 34-12. Fran
LeMire threw four touchdown passes for the victors.
Readers Urged To Enter
Grid Picks Competition


Dust off those crystal balls!
This week's Grid Pick contest
is in full swing and everyone is
invited to participate. You, too,
can win two free tickets to either
the State or Michigan Theater
by winning this week's contest.
Lucky Phil Smith of 1223 Hill
Street wears the winner's crown
after winning last week's match.
Smith posted an amazing 16-4
For your convenience, there will
be entry blanks available at the
main desk of The Daily on the
second floor.
However, entries can be mailed
to "Grid Picks", Student Publica-
tions Building, 420 Maynard
Street; or, if you want to deliver
your choices yourself, just drop

them in the "Grid Pick" box at
the main desk of The Daily.
Don't delay because entries are
due at noon on Friday, Oct. 26.
Please print your name, address
and telephone number on your
entry and be sure to pick the score
of the Michigan-Minnesota game
as this will decide multiple ties.
The winner will receive two
tickets to see either "Toward the
Unknown' at the Michigan Thea-
ter or "He Conquered the World"
at the State Theater.

Sport Shorts

Spartans Lead in AP Football Poll

1. Minnesota at MICHIGAN
2. California at Washington
3. Colgate at Yale
4. Iowa at Purdue
5. Kentucky at Georgia
6. Maryland at Tennessee
7. Miami (Fla.) at TCU
8. Michigan St. at Illinois
9. Navy at Pennsylvania
10. Northwestern at Indiana
11. N. Carolina State at Duke
12. Oklahoma at Notre Dame
13. Oregon at Pittsburgh
14. Oregon State at UCLA
15. USC at Stanford
16. Texas at Rice
17. Texas A&M at Baylor
18. Tulane at Georgia Tech
19. Wake Forest at N. Carolina
20. Wisconsin at Ohio State

Soccer League
A favored International Eleven
team had to fight from behind
yesterday afternoon to defeat
Venezuela in the International
Students Association Soccer
League, 9-4.
Venezuela scored two goals in
the first ten minutes, and the
score was 3-3 at halftime. Then
the International Eleven came to
life, led by Bill Bentland's four
goals, and three each by Bob Bur-
nett and Lors Eneroth.
S* *
OSLJ-'M' Game on Television
COLUMBUS, O. (A)-Ohio State
University announced Monday it
had received permission to tele-
vise the Ohio State-Michigan
football game Nov. 24 over the
university's station WOSU-TV,
Channel 34.

Borstad Injured
stad, Minnesota's starting full-
back was reported to have suf-
fered a hip injury, and it is doubt-
ful if he will be able to see action
against Michigan, Saturday.
His place on the starting team
will be taken by Rhody Tuszke.
* * *
Sooners Lead in Offense
The mighty Oklahoma Sooners,
holder of a modern record of 34
straight victories, remained ahead
of the nation's major college
teams in scoring.
Michigan State, which moved
past Oklahoma into the No. one
spot among the nation's football
teams in this week's AP rankings,
bounced from 39th place last week
in total offense by shoving Notre
Dame around for 521 yards last

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A By The Associated Press
Oklahoma's Sooners, on the
wave of a record 34-game win-
ning streak, had a new incentive
Wednesday for their game with
Notre Dame Saturday. They want
to win back their position as the
country's No. 1 college football
Apparently only a decisive vic-
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Irish, beaten in four of their five
starts, can do it.
It was mainly on the strength
of a thorough 47-14 walloping of
Notre Dame last Saturday that
Michigan"State moved into the
top position, of the weekly Asso-
ciated Press poll, pushing the

Sooners down to the runnerup
It marked the first time this
year that Oklahoma had failed to
top the poll.
Georgia Tech continued in a
strong challenging position for
national honors, holding third
place with a comfortable lead
over Tennessee, in fourth.
The top teams, with first place
votes and won-lost records in pa-


Syracuse (3-1)
Tulane (4-1)
Virginia Tech (5-1)
G. Wash. (4-0-1)
Penn State (3-1)
Miami Fla. (3-0-1)
Clemson (3-4-1)



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1. Mich. St. 96
2. Oklahoma 44
3. Ga. Tech 9
4. Tennessee 4
5. Michigan
6. So. Calif 2
7. Texas A&M 1
8. Baylor,
9. Ohio St.
10. (tie) Miss
and TCU
12. Iowa
13. Pitt

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(4-0) 1,356
(4-0) 1,182
(4-0) 861
(3-1) 717
(4-0) 646
(4-0-1) 461
(4-0) 293
(3-1) 210
(3-1) 183
(4-0) 145
(3-1) 131

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