THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, x 956
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tebbetts of Cincinnati Named Manager-o
Psi on t
to a 19
i Psi Captures Opener
Third Place Playoffs
By DON DRESCHER for itself in the "B" league third
Psi edged past Sigma Nu, place playoffs. The Delts scored
a social fraternity "A"plcplyfsThDes crd
third place playoff contest their touchdown on a long pass
from Noel McIntosh to Tom Hu-
ay afternoon at Southdk.Ehtemcrd wpons
'ield. dak. Each team scored two points
y passing by Chi Psi field on a safety.
Wayne Lehr and some fine Hospital Wins in Overtime
by Dick Anslow and George Inches told the story as a spirit-
proved to be the deciding ed Hospital squad squeezed by
n the hard fought contest. Delta Sigma Delta, 1-0, in a pro-
Phi Psi Wins fessional fraternity game, which
:appa Psi downed the men wound up as a scoreless tie after
ha Epsilon Pi in another the regular 30 minutes of play.
ontested third place play- In the eight-play overtime per-
ne. Plagued throughout by iod which followed, the Hospital
es, the Alpha Epsilon Pi team just managed to edge the
had touchdown plays re- ball about a foot across the mid-
wice during the closing sec- field stripe.
ran out with Phi Kappa (Bob Heidenreich was a double
he long end of a 12-7 score. reat for the winners leading the
tother playoff, Dale Baker attack in passing and rushing.
Phi Kappa Tau teammates Psi Omega racked up a 14-0 vic-
-0 win over a scrappy Phi tory over Alpha Rho Chi in the
Sigma squad. Baker inter- other professional fraternity tilt
two Phi Kappa Sigma played last night. Tailback Tony
and scored on two touch- Kranner pitched touchdown passes
asses from quarterback Jim to Joe Schneider and Larry Youse.
or the winners. Ernie Myers Chi Phi advanced one step fur-
a strong game for the losers. ther in the social fraternity "A"
Tau Delta defeated Phi league fourth place playoffs by
Delta, 8-2, to gain a berth a forfeit over Phi Sigma Kappa.
In AP Vote
.a third place finish
Coach of AF
To Lead West
SAN FRANCISCO (P)-Lawrence
"Buck" Shaw of the Air Force
Academy yesterday was named
head coach of the West team for
the annual East-West charity foot-
ball game here Dec. 29.
He takes the place of Henry
"Red" Sanders of UCLA who was
forced to drop out as head coach
by UCLA Chancellor Raymond
NEW YORK (p)-George "Bird-
ie" Tebbetts, who instilled a bit
of his own inspirational hustle'
into the Cincinnati Redlegs, yes-
terday was named National League
manager-of-the-year for 1956.
The aggressive Redlegs' skipper
was an overwhelming choice of
the 207 members of the Baseball
Writers Association of America
who participated in the annual
Associated Press poll. Tebbetts re-
ceived 160 votes.
Two Games Back
The former catcher kept Cincin-
nati in the thick of National
League pennant contention until
the next-to-last day of the season.
As it was, the Redlegs finished
third-two games behind the flag-
winning Brooklyn Dodgers.
Fred Haney, who took over the
Milwaukee helm from Charley
Grimm in mid-June and also just
missed winning the pennant, was
second in the balloting with 34
Under his patient tutelage, the
Braves moved to the front only to
stumble in the final days as the
Dodgers passed them.
Brooklyn's Walter Alston, the
National League manager-of-the-
year in 1955, received six votes for
his performance this season.
Although the Dodgers eventually
won out, his demise in the voting
was reflected in his team being
a prohibitive favorite in the pre-
Five Votes For Bragan
Bobby Bragan, P i t t s b u r g h's
rookie pilot, drew five votes as his
team finished seventh after a
whirlwind start. Freddie Hutchin-
son of St. Louis and Philadelphia's
Mayo Smith picked up one vote
each. The Cards wound up fourth
and the Phils fifth.
The affable Tebbetts had his
team in first place by one and one-
half games at the All-Star break.
Four days later the Redlegs fell
to second, but they stayed in con-
tention right down to the wire.
It was the first time since 1944
that Cincinnati ended up in the
NEW YORK (MP)-ank Green-
berg disclosed he had talked with
Leo Durocher about the possibility
of managing the Cleveland In-
dians next year.
added he intends to meet with
Durocher, now a television execu-
tive, some time next week to re-
"Durocher told me he was in-
terested in returning to baseball,"
Greenberg said. "That came as
a surprise to me since I had un-
derstood he was not interested in
baseball any more.
"I asked him whether I'd be
wasting my time talking to him
about the Cleveland managing job
and he said he'd be happy to sit
down and talk with me about it."
Greenberg emphasized that he
made no concrete offer to the for-
mer manager of the New York
Giants and said whether he would
offer the job to Leo next week de-
pends on what Leo has to say.
The Athletic Administration has
announced that students will
again be required to enter through
the Student Gates and show their
I-D cards for the Minnesota
game this Saturday.
Blue athletic cards will be re-
quired from those using spouse
This policy will be continued
throughout the football season.
NEW YORK (P)-A seldom seen
penalty shot, converted with beau-
tiful ease by Danny Lewicki in
the first period, provided the edge
for New York last night in a 3-2
victory over the champion Mon-
treal Canadiens, hoisting the
Rangers into a tie for the Na-
tional Hockey League lead with
Phi Gamma Delta 6, Phi Epsilon Pi 0
Sigma Chi over Alpha Delta Phi (Forfeit)
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
New York 3, Montreal 2
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