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15, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Gomberg

Downs

We n ley,

Qualifies

for

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Pi Lambs Drop Phi Delts;
Enter 'B' FraternityFinal

By RENDELL AUSTIN I
Gomberg, led by Pat Donahue's
running and passing, downedWen-
ley, 12-6, in the residence halls
first-place "B" semi-final last
night at Wines Field.
In an afternoon game played at
South Ferry Field, Pi Lambda Phi
beat Phi Delta Theta, 25-7, in a
social fraternity "B" first-place
semi-final.
Wenley Scores First
Marty Robertson of Wenley drew
first blood in the game with Gom-
berg, tossing an eight-yd. touch-
down pass to Stan Gass. Gom-
berg stormed back to score in two
plays, with Donahue scoring from
18 yds. out.
Early in the second half, Don-
ahue flipped a 29-yd. scoring pass
to Frank Whelan to complete the
scoring.
Jack Roth sparked the Pi Lamb
win, scoring one touchdown on a
five-yd. run and throwing three
scoring passes to Seymour Du-
T-exas Aggie
Coach Blasts'
NCAA Action
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (R)-
Coach Paul Bear Bryant of Texas
A&M said yesterday the Aggies
"have not violated any rules, re-
gardless of the NCAA decision
keeping A&M on probation."
He was referring to the NCAA
claim Tuesday that A&M was in-
volved in a new violation of re-
cruiting rules since the school
originally was placed on proba-
tion.
No Bowl
The NCAA refused to lift the
school's probation, an action that
will keep the Aggies from appear-
ing in the Cotton Bowl even if
they win the Southwest Confer-
ence championship.
At a news conference Bryant'
said, "We have not violated any
rules regardless of the NCAA de-
cision and we have adhered relig-.
ously to the letter, intent and
spirit of the rule."

brinsky. The game was tied, 7-7,
at the half, but Pi Lamb pulled.
away, scoring three times in the
second half.
Winchell Wins-
In the other big evening game,
Winchell defeated Scott for the
second-place "B" title, 13-6. John
Moss took the opening kickoff, ran
until he was trapped, then lateral-
ed to John McBride, who went the
rest of the way for the tally.
The extra point was missed and
Winchell led, 6-0. Midway through
the half, Scott's Pat McSorley toss-
ed a 25-yd. touchdown aerial to
Fred Weiss to knot the score. In
the second half, Moss threw to
Stu Teal for the winning score.
Other Games
Other games yesterday had the
following results: In "B" compe-
tition, Sigma Alpha Mu 6, Beta
Theta P1 0; Lambda Chi Alpha 19,
Phi Sigma Kappa 0; Chi Psi 20,
Phi Kappa Tau 18; Pi Lambda Phi
25, Phi Delta Theta 7; Adams 1,
Taylor 0; Huber 6, Anderson 0;
Van Tyne 7, Chicago 6 (overtime);
Lloyd 14, Michigan 0, and in an
"A" game, Beta Theta Pi 14, Chi
Phi 6.
I-M SCORES
VOLLEYBALL
SOCIAL FRATERNITY
Kappa Sigma 5, Chi Phi 1
Sigma Nu 6, Acacia 0 (forfeit)
Psi Upsilon 4, Zeta Psi 2
INDEPENDENTS
Actuaries 5, Hawaiians 1
Gomberg Older Element 6, New-
man Club 0
Turks 6, CMS Juniors 0
Latvians 6, Owen Co-op 0
Evans Scholars 4, Double A's 2
Wesleyans 4, Foresters 2
HANDBALL
Theta Chi 2, Phi Gamma Delta
0, and one tie
Alpha Epsilon Pi 3, Delta Kappa
Epsilon 0
Delta Tau Delta 2, Tau Delta
Phi 1
Kappa Sigma 2, Theta Delta
Chi 1
Delta Theta Phi 3, Alpha
Omega 0

Wolverines
Scrimmage;
Set Defense
Michigan's football team con-
tinued preparation yesterday af-
ternoon for its 1956 home stand
finale next Saturday against Ind-
iana.
The Wolverine gridders worked
until dark on offensive and de-
fensive drills, a short scrimmage
and tackling practice.I
During the first half of the aft-
ernoon workout, pass defense was
stressed. Coach Ben Oosterbaan,
had the reserves run through Hoos-
ier plays and pass patterns.
Offense Polished
In addition to the defensive
drills, Wolverine offensive maneu-
vers also received a coat of polish.
Passes by Bob Ptacek and Jim
Pace clicked well and were high-
lighted by heads-up catching on
the part of Gary Prahst and Tom
Maentz.
In a short scrimmage, something
which has been rare in recent mid-
week practices, the varsity men
showed unusual spirit as they ran
against the reserves.
Score Five Times
Displaying crushing blocks and
bruising tackles during the scrim-
image, the varsity ran through
seven play and scored five touch-
downs.
Terry Barr scored three times
and ran well all afternoon. John
Reminder
Once again all students should
bring their I-D Cards with them
to Saturday's game.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (P)-Coach
Bowden Wyatt said yesterday tail-
back Johnny Majors called a "per-
fect game" in leading Tennessee
to a 6-0 football victory over
Georgia Tech.
In four quick plays covering 65
yards, Majors directed Tennessee
to the game-winning touchdown
which:
1. Won for him the Associated
Press back-of-the-week honors.
2. Hoisted Tennessee from num-
ber three to number one in the AP
weekly poll.
3. Boosted the Vols to first place
in the Southeastern Conference
championship race.

Majors of Tennessee Cited
By AP as Week's Top Back

4. Made Tennessee a prime fa-
vorite for a major postseason bowl
game.
Beaver Honored
Oregon State's 232-pound tackle,
John Witte, was named the Associ-
ated Press lineman of the week
yesterday for his key blocks
against Stanford.
The victory over Stanford vir-
tually assured Oregon State of
playing in the Rose Bowl New
Year's Day against the Big Ten
representative.
Earnel Durden was the leading
ball carrier for Oregon State with
93 yards on 12 carries, many on
reverses.

JOHNNY MAJORS
...'back of the week'

BOB PTACEK TOM MAENTZ
... passes well . . . catches well

IN AMERICAN LEAGUE:

Baseball Writers Name
Mantle 'Most Valuable'

Indiana Works
To Quell 'N'J
Aerial .Attack
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.()-Indi-
ana prepared yesterday for, Satur-
day's football game at Michigan
by working on defense in general
and the pass-catching talent of
Wolverine end Ron Kramer in par-
ticular.
Beefy center Joe Amstutz, who
missed last week's Ohio State
game, was withheld from contact
work again although it was likely
he would make the trip. End Joe
Maglish also appeared to be a
doubtful performer for the Michi-
gan game.

NEW YORK (M)-Mickey Mantle,
the New York Yankee slugger who
won the American League's triple
batting crown, yesterday was
unanimously named the most valu-
able player of the league in the
balloting of the Baseball Writers
Association.
Rosen Last to Sweep
Only once before in the history
of the voting had a player won
without a dissenting vote. That
was in 1953 when Cleveland's Al
Rosen also swept all 24 ballots of
the committee that includes three
writers from each league city.
Mantle was regarded as a cinch
to win the coveted award for the
first time. He led the league in'
batting with .353, home runs with
52 and runs batted in with a total
of 130.

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Yogi Berra, a Yankee teammate
who won the award the last two
years and also in 1951, finished a
strong second with 186 points as
compared to Mantle's maximum
total of 336.
Al Kaline, Detroit's fine right
fielder, was the only other man in
contention with more than 100
points. Kaline, a .314 hitter, piled
up 142 points.
Kuenn Fourth
Harvey Kuenn, the Detroit short-
stop, placed fourth with 80 points.
Billy Pierce, the talented Chicago
left handed pitcher, followed with
75 and then came Ted Williams of
the Boston Red Sox.
NHL SCORE
Montreal 5, New York 3

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Herrnstein and Jim Pace also
starred in the contact drill.
In concluding an afternoon of"
rough contact work, the squad
turnedits attention to a short
workout on the tackling dummies.

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