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WEDIESDAT, OCTOBER $1,1959

TSE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1936 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

SAE, Delts,

Phi

Gams Advance

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'A' Playoffs

Sigma Chi, T ail IJlt Win
In Second Place Action

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By BILL BENNETT
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Tau
Delta, and Phi Gamma Delta.
advanced to the semifinal round of
the Social Fraternity 'A' first place
playoffs by winning their games
yesterday afternoon at South Ferry
field.
SAE fought back from a six
point halftime deficit to edge a
stubborn Sigma Phi Epsilon team
7-6 in overtime. A Larry Laver-
combe to Rich Crawford touch-
down aerial gave Sig Ep a 6-0 lead
at halftime.
In the second half SAE came
storming back led by the passing
No TV
This week's Michigan football
game at Iowa will not be tele-
vised because of previous net-
work commitments.
of Tony Hoffman. Hoffman found
Bill Mestdagh in the end zone to
tie the score and send the game
into overtime In the extra period
SAE piled up the most yardage to
gain the victory.
Offensive Emphasized
In a free scoring game Delta
Tau Delta outplayed Psi Upsilon
to win 21-13. The Delts showed an
exceptionally well balanced attack
centered around the running and
passing of Jack Demorest, who ran
for one touchdown and passed for
two others.
Psi U opened the scoring with a
long touchdown pass from Bill
Hoffhines to Ed Spence. Then the
Delta and Demorest took over and
turned the game into a rout. Psi'
U scored a six pointer in the'
closing minutes when Boyd Shert-
zer made a circus catch of a Hoff-
hines pass.
Phi Gamma Delta gained a semi-

final berth with a sound 14-0
decision over Sigma Alpha Mu.
The Phi Gamns tallied on a Jack
Wheeler to Clint Wagner pass the
first time they had the ball. The
Sammies never had a chance as
the Phi Gam defense put the pres-
sure on their passer, Joel Tauber.
In the second half the Phi Gams
iced the game on a tricky offen-
sive play. Wheeler took the ball
from center and lateraled to Bill
Steinmeyer who passed the ball
back to Wheeler for the score.
Tom Anderle was outstanding on
defense for the victors.
Tippery Heads Sigs
In second place playoff games
Sigma Chi beat Theta Chi, 20-12,
Tau Delta Phi shutout Phi Sigma
Delta, 8-0. As usual, Sigma Chi
was sparked by Ken Tippery, who
connected on three touchdown
passes. His receivers were Mike
Basford and Harold Netzer twice.
A 40-yard return of the opening
kickoff by Evan Hirsch of Tau
Delt set up the only touchdown of
a tight defensive battle. Chuck
Baraf tallied a moment later on a
short pass. Late in the second
half the Phi Sig passer was caught
in the end zone by Dave Rosenthal
to account for the other points.,
In other games Delta Sigma Phi
"B" beat DKE "B" 12-0, TKE "B"
nipped Zeta Psi 12-6, TKE "A"
trounced Acacia 6-0 and in an in-
dependent game All-Canadians
triumphed over the Mickey Mous-
ers 6-0.
In last night's volleyball resi-
dence halls' action, scores were:
Scott 6, Chicago 0; Williams 4,
Taylor 2; Anderson 5, Hinsdale 1;
Van Tyne 6, Lloyd 0; Michigan 6,
Adams 0; Reeves over Hayden
(forfeit); Cooley 4, Strauss 2;
Wenley 5, Huber 1; and Kelsey 4,
Greene 3.

Enter Grid Picks
Once again you can prove just how good your knowledge of
football is, or how good your guessing average is, by enftering this
week's Grid Picks contest.
Winners of this week's contest will receive two free tickets to
either the Michigan Theater for the feature "The Solid Gold Cadil-
lac" or the State Theater, which will show "The Ambassador's
Daughter."
Entries for this week's contest must reach the Sports Desk by
noon on Friday, Nov. 2. For your convenience there will be entry
blanks at the main desk of The Daily on the second floor.
If yoo prefer to mail your choices, address your entry to "Grid
Picks," Student Publications Building, 420 Maynard. If you want
to deliver them yourself, just leave them in the Grid Picks box at
the main desk on the second floor of the Student Publications
Building.
Don't forget to include your forecast of the score of the
Michigan-Iowa game as this will be the deciding factor in case
of a tie.
All entries must have your name, address and telephone number
on them.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

Signs Pact

Job Begins
For Lopez
CHICAGO (M)-Al Lopez rushed
into Chicago by plane from his
Tampa, Fla. home yesterday, for-
mally signed as White Sox man-
ager in jovial ceremonies and
named three coaches.
He said his third base coach
would be Tony Cuccinello, who
served him five years at Cleveland,
and was with him in his 1948 man-
agerial debut when he directed
Indianapolis to the American As-
sociation pennant.
Two Sox coaches of the Marty
Marion regime are to be offered
contracts, Ray Berres and Don
Gutteridge. Lopez said a fourth
coach would be named later.
The next Sox pilot signed a one-
year contract for a reported $40,-
000.
He said that the White Sox,
"With just a little help here and
there" have an excellent chance to
catch the New York Yankees.

--Daily-Charles Curtiss
OVERTIME ACTION-A Sigma Alpha ,Epsilon pass is caught In
yesterday's overtime I-M victory for SAE, 7-6, over the Sig Eps.
Ebbets Field Sold by Dodgers

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MICHIGAN at Iowa
Arkansas at Texas A&M
Army at Colgate
Baylor at TCU
Georgia Tech at Duke
Illinois at Purdue
Kentucky at Maryland
LSU at Mississippi
Marquette at Indiana
North Carolina at Tennessee

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Notre Dame vs. Navy
OSU at Northwestern
Oregon at California
Oregon St. at Washington
Penn at Harvard
Penn State at Syracuse
Pittsburgh at Minnesota
SMU at Texas
Stanford at UCLA
Wisconsin at MSU

DETROIT (P)-Harvey Kuenn,
Detroit, Tiger shortstop and the
team's top batter, has signed a
contract for the 1957 season re-
portedly making him the club's
highest paid player. Any sizeable
salary boost would put him over
the $30,000 paid to third base-
man Ray Boone, the Tigers' best
paid player last season.

NEW YORK (A-The day of
Ebbets Field as the home of the
Dodgers became numbered Tues-
day with the announcement of the
sale of the property by the Brook-
lyn National League baseball club
to Marvin Kratter, a New York
real estate investor.
Under terms of the transaction
the ball club will remain as tenant
the next three years, with an op-
tion to continue another two years,
or through 1961.
Terms of the sale were not dis-
closed. Kratter said merely that
the purchase price ran into seven
figures, and the flat rental into
five figures.
Kratter said plans are to convert
the property, which includes a
parking lot and has a total area of
approximately 300,000 square feet,
into a model housing and business
development at a cost of "upwards
of 25 million dollars."

Henry J. Walsh, attorney for the
ball club, said the sale was in no
manner a preamble to the removal
of the Dodgers to another city.

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SPORTS SHORTS:
Big Ten Meeting Ends; No Report Made

IN PERSON

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-A special Big Ten
committee will need to work fur-
ther on "vast and complicated"
details of a proposed new confer-
ence athletic code.
The group Tuesday concluded a
two-day session devoted to draft-
ing legislation which would stand-
ardize aid to conference athletes
on the basis of need without any
specific progress report.
Another such meeting by the
six-member committee is sched-
uled for Nov. 19. The new legisla-
tion must be prepared for con-
sideration at the Dec. 5-8 Big Ten
meeting at Chicago.
"We are still engaged in work-

ing on vast and complicated de-
tails of the new athletic program,"
said Asst. Big Ten Commissioner
Bill Reed, an ex-officio member of
the committee.
The proposed new code stemmed
from a recent Big Ten report
which said the present conference
"offer" program for athletes was
an "invitation to hypocrisy and
deceit."
The specific aim of the new
plan is to dispense with work-aid
and various scholarship helps in

favor of outright financial aid as
determined by a research agency.
Nationals to Senators
WASHINGTON-Call 'em what
you will, Washington's baseball
players are now officially the Sen-
ators.
Club President Calvin Griffith
announced the rechristening Tues-
day with this pronouncement:
"We feel that 'Senators' has dig-
nity."
Lots of fans always have re-
ferred to Washington's American
Leaguers as the Senators, among
other tags with somewhat less dig-
nity. Actually, the team's official
nickname has been the Nationals
since 1906.

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NHL SCORE
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