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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

Lambda

Chi Alpha

Enters

First

Place

Playoffs

GRID SE LECTIONS :
W..x. '
G R D SE E TI N .........................................................................................................................

LaMire Leads 21-0 Win Over Alpha Delts;
Nu Sigma Nu Clinches Playoff Position

The Daily Sports Staff will face stiff competition from a member
of the faculty in picking this week's games. Bill Cross, Assistant to
the Dean of Men, in charge of fraternities, has kindly consented to be
our guest expert.
There is still time to enter this week's contest as entries will be
accepted until noon today.
SELECTIONS
(Consensus selections appear in capitals)

1.
2.
3..
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Consensus (67-33-,670)
MICHIGAN at Iowa
Arkansas at TEXAS A&M
ARMY at Colgate
Baylor at TEXAS CHRISTIAN
GEORGIA TECH at Duke
ILLINOIS at Purdue
KENTUCKY at Maryland
Louisiana St. at MISSISSIPPI
Marquette at INDIANA
N. Carolina at TENNESSEE

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

NOTRE DAME at Navy
OHIO STATE at Northwestern
Oregon at CALIFORNIA
OREGON ST. at Washington'
Pennsylvania at HARVARD
Penn. State at SYRACUSE.
Pittsburgh at MINNESOTA
SOUTHERN METH. at Texas
STANFORD at UCLA
Wisconsin at MICHIGAN ST.

By PETE MARUDAS
By crushing Alpha Delta Phi,
21-0, Lambda Chi Alpha, yester-
day, gained the semi-finals of the
social fraternity 'A' football first
place playoffs.
Paced by Fran LeMire, All I-M
tailback, Lambda Chi was never
threatened by the outplayed Al-
pha Delt team. Midway in the
first half, LeMire intercepted Joe
McEvoy's pass at midfield. Then
after driving down to the Alpha
Delt six-yd. line, LeMire flipped a
short pass to Jerry Merritt for the
touchdown. LeMire passed to Dick
Good for the extra point.
LeMire Keeps Firing
Early in the second half Mike
McMichaels intercepted an Alpha
Delt pass At midfield to start an-
other Lambda Chi drive which
culminated in a touchdown pass
from LeMire to McMichaels. Le-
Mire threw to Bill Larson for the
extra point.
To end the scoring, Merritt
picked off another loose Alpha
Delt pass on the Lambda Chi 20-
yd. line. The Lambda Chi's quick-
ly converted the interception into
a score as LeMire directed anoth-
er drive climaxed by a three-yd.
pass from LeMire to Merritt. Good

tallied his second extra point on
another LeMire pass.
In professional fraternity foot-
ball, powerful Nu~ Sigma Nu
clinched a first place playoff spot
by overwhelming Tau Epsilon Rho,
41-0. Led by the deadly passing
Away They Go
In line with regular Daily
policy, Senior Sports Editors
Dave Grey, Dick Cramer and
Steve Heilpern leave today for
Iowa City, Ia., to bring our
readers first hand coverage of
tomorrow's Michigan - Iowa
game,
of Froncie Gutman and the phe
nomenal pass catching of Ted
Dodenhoff, the Nu Sigs were nev-
er in trouble.
The first time theNu Sigs got
hold of the ball they scored on
a pass from Gutman to Doden-
hoff. Again in the half Gutman
hit Dodenhoff with an on' target
pass foranother touchdown. Do-
denhoff added both extra points.
To end the scoring in the first
half, Gutman sailed a 30-yd.
aerial to Brad Patten for six more
points.

After kicking off to Tau Epsi-
lon to start the second half, the
Nu Sigs received the ball on
downs. Once more the Gutman to
Dodenhoff combination struck
paydirt on a ten yd. pass play.
The spirited Tau Epsilons
fought hard but they could not
stop the methodical workmanship
of the Nu Sigs. Gutman, former
Purdue star, again figured in the
scoring by throwing for two more
touchdowns. He hit Wayne Whit-
taker from 20 yards out and John
Colwell from the same distance.
Feature Close Games
In other professional fraternity
games, Alpha Chi Sigma nipped
Phi Alpha Kappa, 6-0, on a touch-
down pass play from Jack Scruggs
to Bob Mills. Phi Alpha Delta
squeezed past Phi Rho Delta, 6-0.
The only score was on a pass from
Roger Golden to Jack Fingersh.
In two scoreless ties which went
overtime, Law Club defeated Al-
pha Kappa Kappa 1-0, and Delta
Sigma Phi edged Phi Chi by the
same score. Delt Sig's Chuck
iSmith flipped a Inog pass to
Chuck Cadwell for the game win-
ning yardage. In a tightly con-
tested game Delta Sigma Pi de-
feated Phi Delta Chi, 6-0.

.;

DAVE GREY (73-27-.730)-Michigan, Texas A&M, Army, TCU,
Ga. Tech., Ill., Md., Miss., Ind., Tenn., ND, OSU, Calif., Ore. St.,
Harvard, Syracuse, Pitt., SMU, Stanford, MSU.
STEVE HEILPERN (70-30-.700)-Michigan, Texas A&M, Army,
TCU, Ga. Tech., Purdue, Md., Miss., MId.,Tenn., Navy, OSU, Calif.,
Wash., Harvard, Syracuse, Minn., SMU, Stanford, MSU.
DICK CRAMER (68-32-.680)-Michigan, Texas A&M, Colgate,
TCU, Ga. Tech., Ill., Ky., Miss., Ind., Tenn., ND, OSU, Calif., Ore. St.,
Harvard, Penn. St., Minn., SMU, UCLA, MSU.
JOHN HILLYER (67-33-.670)-Michigan, Texas A&M, Army,
TCU, Ga. Tech.. Purdue, Ky., Miss., Ind., Tenn., ND, OSU, Calif.,
Ore. St., Penn., Penn. St., Minn., SMU, UCLA, MSU.
HANK ROSENBAUM (67-33-.670) - Michigan, Texas A&M,
Army, TCU, Ga. Tech., Purdue, Md., Miss., Ind., Tenn., ND, OSU,
Calif., Wash.,-Penn., Syracuse, Pitt., SMU, UCLA, MSU.
GUEST STAFF (66-34=.660)-BILL CROSS, Assistant to the
Dean of Men-Michigan, Texas A&M, Army, TCU, Ga. Tech., Ill., Ky.,
Miss., Ind., Tenn., Navy, OSU, Calif., Ore. St., Harvard, Syracuse,
Minn., SMU, UCLA, MSU.
JIM BAAD (66-34-.600)-Michigan, Texas A&M, Army, TCU,
Ga. Tech, Purdue, Ky.; Miss., Ind., Tenn., Navy, OSU, Calif., Ore. St.,
Harvard, Penn. St., Minn., SMU, Stanford, MSU.
AL WINKELSTEIN (65-35-.650)-Michigan, Texas A&M, Army,
Baylor, Ga. Tech., Ill., Md., Miss., Ind., Tenn., ND, OSU, Calif., Ore.
St., Harvard, Syracuse, Minn., SMU, Stanford, MSU.
BRUCE BENNETT (64-36-.640)-Michigan, Texas A&M, Col-
gate, TCU, Ga. Tech., Ill., Ky., Miss., Ind., Tenn., ND, OSU, Calif.,
Ore. St., Harvard, Penn. St., Minn., SMU, Stanford, MSU.

NEW MEN'S POOL-Three nationally known sets will collaborate with the Michigan swimming
team to open this pool tomorrow and Saturday nights. They will present the Wolverine Water Circus.
Water Circus Performs This Weekend

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The Wolverine Water Circus,
featuring several nationally-known
diving and novelty acts, will initi-
ate the new University of Michigan
men's exhibition swimming pool
this evening and tomorrow eve-
ning.
Marking the first time an event
has been held in the new structure,
located at State and Hoover streets
adjacent to the I-M Sports Build-
ing and the Athletic Administra-
tion Building, the circus will fea-
ture the diving team of Bruce Har-
lan and Hobie Billingsley, two of

the world's greatest high board
and comedy divers.
Features "Springdivers"
Harlan, present diving coach at
Michigan and former world's
Olympic diving champion, and
Billingslev, former Ohio State star
and national champion, have ap-
peared on the Ed Sullivan show
with their comedy act - "The
Springdivers."
Other feature acts will include
Canada's Olympic star Ernestine
Russell, who will perform on the
balance beam, and the St. Clair

national A.A.U. Water Ballet final-
ists.
A home act will be done by Wol-
verine varsity divers John Narcy,
Alvaro Gaxiola, Dick Kimball, Ed
Cole, Fred Wright, Tony Turner,
"Twink" Catlett and ex-varsity
star Charlie Bates.
Wolverines Perform
The Michigan swimming team
will also participate in the show,
doing acts that will include canoe
tilting, a comedy ballet, and the
"evolution of swimming."
A trophy race-the pajama re-
lay-will be held for fraternities
this evening, and for sororities
tomorrow night.
Any intramural officials
available for today's games
please come to South Ferry
Field at 4 p.m.
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Michigan's once beaten soccerv
team will attempt to get on the
winning trail tomorrow afternoon
when it engages the Kalamazoo
Soccer Association at Wines Field
at 3 p.m.
The Michigan team, which is
attempting to gain Varsity status
on campus, has lost its only game
this fall - a 2-1 contest to Michi-
gan State at East Lansing three
weeks ago.
The visitors scored first in the
game, but lack of depth told on
the squad in the late stages and
the Spartans pushed in the equal-

izer and then forged ahead to
stay.
Pacing the Michigan team this
year are Juanito Co and Bob Bar-
nett. Co, a 110 lb. speedster from
the Philippines, holds down the
regular center-forward berth on
the squad.
Barnett, from Scotland, is noted
for his ball handling skill and de-
fensive play. He is the team's
right halfback.
After the Kalamazoo game,
Michigan will play Eastern Michi-
gan College here next Saturday.

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