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Stern, Myers Fire Four TD Passes in IM Football
By HAL APPLEBAUM
Bill Stern of SAM and Ernie
Myers of Phi Kappa Sigma each
threw four touchdown passes to
lead their teams to one-sided vic-
tories in yesterday's Social Frater-
nity "A" Football game.
Stern's four TD passes resulted
in a 25-6 victory for the Sammies
over Sigma Phi. Stern threw two
in each half. Larry Levy caught
two and George Finkel and Mark
Owens one each.
Myers touchdown tosses were
enough to overcome an early Phi
Sigma Delta lead and give Phi
Kappa Sigma the verdict by a
count of 25-12. Jack Locker and
Don Kolcheff were the receivers
of two touchdowns apiece. Both of
Phi Sig's touchdowns came on
passes from Bill Engleman to Burt
I-M's Athlete of the Year for
the past two years, Fran La Mire
passed and ran Lambda Chi Alpha
to a 14-0 win over Delta Sigma
Phi. Both of Lambda Chi's scores
were on passes by LaMire, one to
Jerry Merritt and other to Fred
Delta Upsilon won an overtime
thriller from Chi Psi, 7-6. DU
scored early in the game on a pass
from Jim Sergeson to Stu Evans.
Chi Psi tied the score late in the
game on Paul Babas' pass to Jim
Jack Roth's two touchdown
passes led Pi Lambda Phi to a 12-6
victory over Tau Delta Phi. In
another game a late second half
pass to Tom Jones from Jack De-
morest provided Delta Tau Delta
with a 6-0 conquest of Beta Theta
Scores of other 'A' games; Kap-
pa Sigma 14, Phi Kappa Tau 12;
Phi Delta Theta 27, Theta Xi 0;
Alpha Tau Omega 19, Trigon 0,
and Theta Delta Phi over Psi U
A full slate of "B" games were
played last night at Wine's Field.
The results: Phi Delta Theta 21,
Phi Kappa Sigma 0; Sigma Phi
Epsilon 6, Lambda Chi 0; Kappa
Sigma 7, Sigma Phi 0; Delta Sig-
ma 7, Alpha Epsilon Pi 0; Pi
Lambda Phi 7, Phi Sigma Delta 6
in overtime; Theta Chi 24, Theta
Xi 0; Sigma Nu over Dekes by
forfeit and Sammies over Alpha
Sigma Phi also by forfeit.
In the Residence Hall Track
Meet run off yesterday at Ferry
Field the perennial champions,
Gomberg House won by an 11-
point margin over Chicago House.
In the Independent League the
Seldom Seen Kids eked out a 36-35
victory over Newcomer 1207.
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THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Tough Games Highlight
This Week's 'Grid Picks'
1. Michigan State at Michigan
2. Arkansas at Baylor
3. Notre Dame vs. Army at Phil-
4. Kentucky at Auburn
5. Navy at California
6. Clemson at Virginia
7. Duke at Rice
8. Georgia Tech at LSU
9. Illinois at Ohio State
Iowa at Indiana
N. Carolina at Miami (Fla.)
Minnesota at Northwestern
Mississippi at Vanderbilt
Oklahoma at Texas
Wisconsin at Purdue
Washington St. at Stanford
Washington at UCLA
Georgia at Tulane
Houston at Texas A&M
Wake Forest at Maryland
RELIABLE RIGHT HALF-Mike Shatusky has filled the gap left
v cant when Terry Barr graduated last year. Many experts
thought that Barr's departure would leave a hole in the Michigan
backfield but Shatusky has proven these experts wrong.
Shatusky Fills Gap
Before Michigan's uncivilized
country cousins come over from
East Lansing and try to make
themselves noticeable, take a little
time to show your civilized intel-
lect and enter this week's Grid
All you have to do is select
your favorite teams, pick the
score of the Michigan-Michigan
State game and get the entry to
"Grid Picks Contest," 420 May-
nard before 5 p.m. Friday.
For your convenience, there are
mimeographed entries at the
main desk of The Daily. All
mailed entries must be post-
marked before 5 p.m. Friday.
This week's winner will receive
two free passes to the State
theater to see "3:10 to Yuma"
which will be featured there next
A note of interest pertaining
to the Michigan-Michigan State
game is that the oddsmakers (a
polite name for bookies) in De-
troit are giving six points with
in the top ten is Army. Earl
Black's "Black Knights of the
Hudson" vaulted into the 10th
position with their solid victory
over a highjy regarded Penn State
team. If the polls mean anything
then they should be favored over
Notre Dame this Saturday.
To Go Today
By PAUL BORMAN
When Terry Barr graduated,
many people prophesied that his
loss would leave a giant gap in
the Michigan backfield.
But, as the Wolverines head
into the Big Ten season, what
was supposed to be the weakest
position has turned into some-
thing to brag about.
This is mainly due to the per-
formances of senior Mike Sha-
tusky who holds down the first
string slot and a couple of soph-
omores named Brad Myers and
Fred Julan, who operate behind
Shatusky .at 26, came out for
football after he returned from
the service. Until the latter part
of last year he was completely
overshadowed by Barr.
His name finally came upon the
lips of Wolverine fans by his
spectacular performance in last
year's Iowa game. From then on,
everyone knew that here was
Starting at right-half, Shatus-
ky will probably be the oldest man
on the field this Saturday. Besides
carrying the ball he will also
handle some of the team's punt-
Coach Oosterbaan is high in
praise for this senior from Men-
ominee. He said: "Mike constant-
ly works to improve himself and
CHICAGO (P) - Goalie Glenn
Hall and wing Ted Lindsay led
their new Chicago Blackhawk
teammates to a 1-0 victory over
Toronto in a National Hockey
League opener at the Chicago
Stadium last night.
The other teams in the league
get in action later in the week.
Tomorrow the Detroit Red
Wings begin their defense of the
NHL championship in Detroit
against New York. Chicago is at
Montreal facing the Stanley Cup
champions Canadians, Saturday
night, Chicago is at Boston, De-
troit is at Toronto, and New York
is at Montreal.
Anyone with an interest in soc-
cer will find some very interest-
ing competition every Sunday aft-
ernoon at Wines Field.
The International Center Soc-
cer League is bigger than ever
this year, with ten teams entered
representing many of the foreign
groups on campus.
The teams are split into two
five-team leagues, which will
play a round-robin schedule.
In the only two games played
last Sunday, Thailand beat Hun-
gary, 2-1 and Turkey overpowered
has definitely improved over last
year. He is a fine gentleman and
most of all, a team player."
Rounding out the first string
backfield Saturday along with
Shatusky will be Jim Van Pelt at
quarterback, Jim Pace at left half
and John Herrnstein at fullback.
Herrnstein is probably the big-
gest question mark in the Wol-
verine attack. If he can fully re-
cover from an ankle injury he
suffered early this year and re-
gain last year's form he could be
the difference come Saturday.
Teuscher Not Recovered
Another player who has not
completely recovered from his in-
jury is sophomore end Chuck
Teuscher. Last spring's Morton
Trophy winner has fallen behind
the rest of the team because of
an early fall injury which kept
him out for about four weeks.
Oosterbaan practiced for Sat-
urday's game yesterday by work-
ing the team against Michigan
He referred to the team as be-
ing in "the best physical shape
of the season."
YORK (R) - Mickey
and Red Schoendienst
The only new team
Move to LA
NEW YORK (P)-The Brooklyn
Dodgers are definitely going to Los
Angeles in 1958.
The official announcement made
at a press conference by public
relations director Arthur' "Red"
Patterson, was so anti-climactic
that Walter O'Malley, the club
president, didn't even bother to
attend. He was at a meeting of the
club's board of directors.
probably will be out of action to-
day when the World Series re-
sumes at Yankee Stadium with
Milwaukee's Bob Buhl trying for
the clincher against the New York
Yankees' Bob Turley.
The Braves hold a 3-2 edge go-
ing into the sixth game.
Mantle, crippledYankee center
fielder who hurt his shoulder in
Saturday's game, appeared at the
stadium for diathermy treatment
after x-rays proved negative. It
was reported he couldn't raise his
right arm. Barring an unexpected
change, he won't be able to swing
a bat or make a throw.
Schoendienst, who pulled a
groin muscle in Monday's thriller
at Milwaukee, still was hobbled.
Normally it takes several days for
such an injury to heal.
Neither Manager Casey Stengel
of the Yankees nor Fred Haney of
the Braves would say positively
that the two men won't play.
Stengel was hoping against hope
that another day's rest would
make the difference in Mantle.
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