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I-M FOOTBALL:
SAE Tips Sigma Chi, 2-0

Guard Marcniak Continu
To Impress Coaching Stad

By HAL APPLEBAUM
Spectacular play took a bacl
seat to the rain in yesterday'
social fraternity "A" I-M action
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rd line and on the next play
ib Young was tagged in the end
ne by Bill Mestdagh for a safety.
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the playing fields made passing
and running exceedingly difficult.
Players equipped with gym shoes
were plagued by constant skidding
and those who had football cleats
also were hampered by the inse-
cure footing. As a result most of
the games were determined by
breaks caused by the inclement
weather.
Parlaying the kicking of Roger
Nowicki and an outstanding de-
fense, Sigma Alpha Ep~ilon drop-
ped Sigma Chi from the ranks of
the unbeaten by the slim margin
of 2-0.
Neither team was able tt move
to ball and Nowicki's punting kept
Sigma Chi deep in their o n terri-
tory for most of the gabe. With
four minutesto go Nowicki punted

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A long pass from Chi Phis Dick
Schmuck to his teammate Dennis
Conley in the waning minutes of
play gave their team a 6-6 tie with
Phi Kappa Sigma. This was fol-
lowed by an overtime period which
found Chi Phi victorious 7-6. The
Phi Kappa Sigma touchdown came
early in the second half on a pass
from Curt Keydal to Jack States.
An- extra point, made on a pass
from Norm Krecke to Mike Mc-
Guire provided Delta Chi with
their margin of victory as they
defeated Zeta Beta Tau, 7-6. ZBT
scored first on a short pass' from
John Leslie to Bob Segar, then on
the last play of the first half Jim
Leone intercepted one of Leslie's
aerials and ran it back for a
touchdown. This was followed by
the deciding extra point.
Mike Kroll ran for three touch-
downs as he led Alpha Epsilon Pi
to a 19-0 victory over Phi Sigma
Kappa.
Sigma Nu Victorious
A slippery ball was instrumen-
tal as Sigma Nu defeated Alpha
Sigma Phi by the count of 6-0.
Midway through the second half
Sigma Nu's John Larson intercept-
ed a pass that slipped from the
hands of the Alpha Sigma Phi
quarterback and returned it to the
Alpha Sigma Phi five yard line.
Two plays later Buff Whelan
threw a pass to Mike Lain for the
game's only tally.
Theta Chi 'defeated Alpha Delta
Phi 19-0 as the result of three
touchdown passes thrown by Jim
Beck.
Results of other "A" games:
Zeta Psi 28 Acacia 0; Sigma Phi
Epsilon over Phi psilon Pi by for-
feit; Tau Kappa Epsilon over Delta
Kappa Epsilon by forfeit, and
Phi Gamma Delta 13, Triangle 6.
In "B" games Phi Epsilon Pi
forfeited to Tau: Kappa Epsilon
apd Psi Upsilon forfeited to Delta
Tau Delta.

SPORT SHORTS:

By The Associated Press
KANSAS CITY - The Universi-
ties of Indiana and West Virginia
are latest recipients of severe hand
spankings by the NCAA for vio-
lating its recruiting code.
Both were put on probation for
one year at the NCAA fall meeting
yesterday. Neither school, however,
loses its right to participate in the
14 NCAA-sponsored champion-
ships or 27 co-operating events.
Indiana got it for football re-
cruiting violations already toned
down by action of the Big Ten
Conference and its own school ad-
ministration.-

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By CARL RISEMAN
The 'flu bug' Continued to cast
its shadow over the Michigan
football squad as Coach Ooster-
baan attempted to hold practice
in the driving rain of Ferry Field
yesterday.
Twenty three players were
stricken with various stages of
the disease.
Halfback Bob Ptacek, tackle
Jared Bushong and end Dale Kel-
ler were all in the hospital but are
expected to be released today.
Backfield men, Brad Myers and
Stan Noskin are no longer strick-
en with the disease bud weren't
able to dress for practice.
John Herrnstein, first string
fullback, is certain to miss the
Northwestern game since his leg"
injury has not begun to heal.,
Oosterbaan stated that "Herrn-
stein is definitely out this week
and possibly next week against
Minnesota. I don't look for him to
be at full strength at any time this
season.
The doctors can't find anything
broken in Herrnstein's foot, but
all I know is he can't walk."'
But there were still enough
players present to hold practice.

MICHIGAN'S MARCINIAK-Junior guard Jerry Marciniak has
impressed the Wolverine coaching staff this fall after spending a
good part of last year nursing a chest injury which kept him out
of action.

jJerry Marciniak, promoted la;
week to share right guard duti
with veteran Marv Nyren, co
tinued to impress the coaches
practice.
"Jerry is really coming alo:
fine," noted Oosterbaan. "He's
very serious minded student
football and has made. a gre
deal of progress in the last year
Marciniak is the type of play
who develops his potential slow
An alumni of Mt. Carmel Hi
School in Chicago, Marciniak h
the good fortune of being coach
by Terry Brennan, now he
mentor at Notre Dame. Marcini
forsook Notre Dame and decid
on Michigan.
Hampered by Injury
Last year as a sophomore, Ma
ciniak was more or less of a di
appointment. He had been e
pected to lie an outstanding line
man but was hampered by a n
curring chest injury.
But now Marciniak has arrive
As assistant. line coach Don Ho
loway observed, "Jerry is a ve
quick and strong player. He al
takes readily to suggestion a;
has really blossomed out ti
year."
Hampered by colds and also t
Inclement weather, the grid sta
had to settle for a very light pra
tice. Drills were limited to bloc
ing and pass patterns with var
ous offensive plays being run la
in the afternoon.
I-MSlates
Track eet
Three I-M cross-country ru
will be combined into one n
today at the University golf cour
Some two hundred runners i
compete in the social fraterni
residence hall and all-cami
events. Five runners.may repres
each team' with the best thr
counting for a team total. I
first runner across the line in V
two-mile, race will be adjudged t]
all-c ampuswinner.
George Rockwell of 'Sigma P
Epsilon was the winner last ye
and his team won the fratern
championshp. Rockwell recen
won the fraternity mile run. G*or
berg won the residence hall cha,
pionship by placing runners fi
second and sixth. Rockwell, Sigi
Phi Epsilon and Gomberg will
defend their titles today.

W. Vc , Indiana Put on Probation

No Special Talents Needed
To Enter Grid Picks Contest

West Virginia was chastised for
violations concerning the recruit-
ing of a basketball player- who
eventually enrolled in another
school.',
At Bloomington, Ind., Athletic
Director Frank E. Allen described
the council's action as a "second
blow at the university's athletic
program after the punitive mea-
sure imposed by the Big Ten."
The council upheld findings of
the committee on infractions that
the Indiana football coach, Fhil
Dickens, violated the NCAA's fi-
nancial aid regulations in recruit-
ing prospective athletes. ,
While the NCAA did not divulge
the name of any athlete involved
in any case, a spokesman at West
Virginia identified the lad involved
in the incident as Kenny Coleman,
former:Wayland, Ky., high school
basketball star. Coleman never'en-
rolled in West Virginia.
MSU Leads Colleges
Michigan State is leading the
major colleges in total offense and.
rushing, NCAA figures showed yes-
terday.
Other Big Ten teams are close.
Michigan State also stands fifth
among colleges in passingg offense
and ranks third behind two other
Big Ten schools in scoring average.
Undefeated Michigan State has
averaged 506 yards in each. of
three games on the ground and in
the air. Iowa (4973) and Wiscon-
sin (442.7) follow in a. near Big
Ten monopoly.
The Spartans, paced by Walt
Kowalczyk, gained 1,023 yards in
three games for a, leading 341-

gards-per-game mark. Next in line
is Wisconsin (995 for 331.7).
Scoring, Michigan State takes a
back seat to Iowa (137 points, 45.7
average) and Wisconsin (128,
42.7). State is tied !or third with
Minnesota, each with a 36-point
average. The Hawks and Badgers
meet Saturday in Iowa City.
Big Tenners 'Michigan State and
Iowa are the most efficient passers.
The Hawks racked up 11 yards for
every completed pass, the Spar-
tans .621 average (36 for 58) is
best. .
Best non-Big Ten team in total
offense' is Rice with a 428 yard
average for fourth place
Oklahoma, riding a 43-game
winning streak, is starting low in
'the statistics columns.. Oklahoma
has averaged 259 yards a game
rushing 'and 335.7 over-all-rank-
Ing 16th and 18th, respectively.
Last year at the same time, the
figures were 406.3 and 477.
NHL SCORES
Boston 6, New York 2

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Saturday, October 26-8:30 P.M.
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You need no special talent or
previous experience to enter The
Daily's Grid Picks contest.
As a matter of fact, it may be an
advantage for you to be only re-
motely acquainted with the colle-
giate grid situation. At last, mem-
bers of The Daily sports staff, who
should know something about the
subject, are averaging-. less than
six correct predictions out of 10.
Basic Requirements
There are only certain basic re-
quirements contest rules demand
of you. Peruse the list of 20 college
football games which will be
played this weekend, circle the
teams you think will win, predict
the score of the Michigan-North-
western contest, and bring your
entry to The Daily before 5 p.m.
tomorrow. ,
Mailed entries must be post-
marked before that time.
Entry Sheet Provided
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Texas at Arkansas
Auburn at Georgia Tech
California at USC
Minnesota at Illinois
Indiana at Ohio State
Wisconsin at Iowa
N. Carolina St. at Miami
Purdue at MSU
Oregon State at UCLA
Oregon at Washington State
Rice at SMU
Stanford at Washington
Texas A&M at TCU
Yale at Cornell
Alabama at Tennessee
Pittsburgh at Army
Penn at Brown
Columbia at Harvard
Navy vs. Georgia at Norfolk

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THIS WEEK'S GAMES
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