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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 1, 1956

THE MICHIUAIN DALLY

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K ramer Subs
For Barr:
In Pracie
With Ron Kramer alternating
between left end and right half-
back, Michigan sharpened its de-
fensive tactics and polished up its
attack yesterday in preparation
for its first away game this Sat-
urday-at Iowa.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan used
Kramer in the defensive back-
field in the spot left vacant by
Terry Barr, who is still out with
S an ankle inJury.
Kramer was back at his cus-
tomary endmposition, however, for
' offensive maneuvers, with Ed
Shannon, Mike Shatusky and John
Batsakes operating from right
half.
Barr did not dress for the work-
out. He was confined to the train-
ing room, where Trainer Jim Hunt
and his staff endeavored to get
him ready for Saturday.
Oosterbaan declined to comment
on the right-half situation, saying,
"I don't know who will start. Even
If I did, I wouldn't say."
Spirits were high at the prac-
tice session and the team drilled
until dusk settled over Ferry Field.
Barr was the only member of the
Varsity not to put in an appear-
ance.

Sig Eps, Kappa Sigs Win,
Phi Delis Upset in 'B' Tilts

South Quadders Send in Most Picks

AN UNFAMILIAR POSE-Ron Kramer, shown here carrying the
football, may see considerable action at wingback against Iowa
Saturday. The star Michigan end could be called upon to fill in
for the injured Terry Barr.
WOODSON TOP BACK:
Gophers' Gehring Named
AP 'Lineman of the Week'

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By The Associated Press
Perry Gehring, just another
member of the Minnesota football
squad at the start of the season,

Sports

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES -- The Cleve-
land Indians are still without a
field manager.
Hank Greenberg, general man-
ager of the Cleveland American
League baseball club, said yester-
day Leo Durocher "has advised me
that he can not be considered as a
candidate for the manager's job."
Meantime, Marty Marion, fired
last week as Chicago White Sox
manager, became a strong candi-
date for the Indian's job.
Marion said Greenberg told him
* last Friday he would confer with
him In St. Louis at an undisclosed
time.
Marion said at his St. Louis
home he hasn't made up his mind
whether he's .available for the
Cleveland position.

Brooklyn Dodgers,
no-hitter and won
game in his 19th
fessional baseball,

who pitched a
a World Series
season of pro-
rhade the Na-

tional League comback-of-the-year
in the opinion of the Baseball
Writers Association of America.
Maglie received 159 of the 199
votes cast in the annual Associated
Press poll. Brooks Lawrence, a
surprise 19-game winner for Cin-
cinnati, was second with 13 votes.
Leafs Whip Rangers
TORONTO-The Toronto Maple
Leafs ran their unbeaten string to
seven games in the National Hoc-
key League last night as they
scored four times in the first
period and then went on to defeat
the New York Rangers, 7-2. The
victory moved the Leafs into a
first-place tie with the idle Detroit
Red Wings.

gained the national spotlight yes-
terday by being named the As-
sociated Press lineman of the
week.
The 20-yr.-old junior end from
Yankton, S. D., won the honor in
the weekly poll of sportswriters
and broadcasters because of his
sterling defensive play as the Go-
phers upset Michigan, 20-7.
The same grid experts earlier
this week named Abe Woodson of
Illinois back of the week. He
scored all three Illini touchdowns
in the 21-13 upset of Michigan
State.
Praised by Mates
Gehring spent-most of the aft-
ernoon in Michigan's backfield,
especially in the second half when
the Gophers came from behind.
His play drew high praise from
his teammates.
Bobby Cox, Minnesota's back-
field star, summed it up:
"That tackling was the best I've
ever seen or heard of in a college
game. Gehring was knocking them
down so fast all we had to do was
run over them."
A 5'11", 190-pounder who failed
to win a letter as a sophomore,
Gehring was listed as a center at
the start of the season. He came
into his own when shifted to end.
Woodson now has a three-game
league total of 382 yds. on 56
rushes for a 6.8 average.

By ART ROSENBAUM
Led by the passing of Ron Jern-
igan, Williams House "A" foot-
ball team rolled past Van Tyne,
19-6, to clinch a berth in the resi-
dence halls intramural first-place
playoffs at South Ferry Field yes-
terday.
It was Jernigan all the way
as he figured in all of Williams'
scoring. He hit Quinton Sterling
twice with long touchdown passes
and once for the extra point.
In last night's social fraternity
"B" competition at Wines Field,
Sigma Phi Epsilon mowed down1
Phi Kappa Psi, 34-7,;as Bill Hobbs
passed for three touchdowns and
scored a fourth.
Phi Sigma Delta took an early
lead and held on determinedly to
upset Phi Delta Theta, 7-6, in an-
other fraternity "B" contest. The
crucial extra point came on a
short pass to Jerry Fegel.
Two of the fraternity "B"
league's undefeated teams met last
night, with Kappa Sigma edging
Phi Kappa Sigma, 6-0. The hard-
charging Kappa Sig line rendered
the Phi Kaps' passing attack inef-
fective most of the time.
In social fraternity "A" games
yesterday, third-place playoff re-
sults were Phi Kappa Tau 19, Pi
Lambda Phi 12, and Phi Kappa
Psi 13, Trigon 6.
I-M VOLLEYBALL
FRATERNITY
Sigma Chi 6, Phi Epsilon Pi 0
Phi Gamma Delta over Alpha
Delta Phi (forfeit)
INDEPENDENT
Seldom Seen Kids 6, Congre-
gational Disciples Guild 0
Wesleyans over Pill-Pushers
(forfeit)
Michigan Christian Fellowship
over Hawaiians (forfeit)
Turks over Gomberg Older
Element (forfeit)
Ukranians 5, Double A's 1
Latvians 4, Foresters 2
Evans . Scholars 6, Michigan
Co-op 0
AFROTC 4, Newman Club 2
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Fourth-place contest results
were Alpha Sigma Phi 20, Theta
Xi 6; Beta Theta Pi 13, Delta Sig-
ma Phi 0, and Chi Phi 6, Phi Sig-
ma Kappa 0.
Other fraternity "B" results in-
clude Delta Chi,1, Delta Kappa
Epsilon 0; Delta Sigma Phi 25,
Zeta Psi 0, and Phi Kappa Tau 8,
Triangle 0.
In other residence halls games,
Taylor "B" downed Williams,
14-2, and Wenley "A" whipped
Strauss, 32-6.
Professional fraternity scores
were Psi Omega 23, Hospital 19,
and Delta Sigma Delta 12, Alpha
Omega 0.

Here are some facts and figures
on last week's Grid Picks contest
that might interest you, and, per-
haps, inspire you to enter this
week's contest.
South Quadrangle residents con-
tributed 30 per cent of last week's
entries. The men of West Quad-
rangle could only muster up
enough entriesto account for 14
per cent of the total.
South Quad and West Quad each
had a .598 average last week,
which wasn't good enough to top
the female average of .654.
The winner of this week's con-
test will receive two free tickets
to either "The Solid Gold Cad-
illac," which will be shown at the
Michigan Theater, or "The Am-
bassador's Daughter," which will
be featured at the State Theater.

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Entries must reach the sports
desk of The Daily no later than
noon tomorrow. For your conven-
ience there will be entry blanks at
the main desk of The Daily on the
second floor.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. MICHIGAN at Iowa
2. Arkansas at Texas A&M
3. Army at Colgate
4. Baylor at TCU
5. Georgia Tech at Duke

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