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FRJD.AY, OCTOBER 19, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

FRIDAY. OCTOBKE iS. 1957 TIlE MiClii(iAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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Flu Bug Haunts
Wolverine Drills
Noskin, Myers Return to Lineup;
Illness Invades Northwestern Camp

GRID SELECTIONS
"Tempus fugit!"
In other words, Ann Arbor sports fans have only a few more hours
to enter this week's Grid Picks contest. You could win two tickets
to see "No Down Payment" which will be featured at the Michigan
theater next week.
Entries must be postmarked or dropped off at The Daily, 420
Maynard before 5 pm. today, so let's hustle.
CONSENSUS PICKS IN CAPS
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I-M FOOTBALL:
SAE BTP Win Tilts

By SI COLEMAN
Working on defensive align-
ments while the reserves ran
tprough Northwestern plays, and
wondering whether someone else
would come down with the flu,
seemed to share an equal billing
at yesterday's football practice at
Ferry Field.
Many of the players who were
hit by the bug on Wednesday,
however, were dressed and parti-,
cipated yesterday. Stan Noskin
and Brad Myers were working out
for the first time this week.
The players were not the only
ones hampered by ill health.
Many of the coaches were heavily
bundled up with towels around
their necks, trying to prevent the
spread of the disease.
Flu Also Hits Wildcats
But the flu epidemichas not
displayed any prejudice as far as
teams are concerned. Northwest-

tusky and Jim Pace. Shatusky has
a 4.7-yd. average followed by Pace
who has gained 151 yards. net on
33 attempts for a 4.6 average.'
In addition, Michigan's two
leading quarterbacks, Jim Van
Pelt and Noskin, have completed
over 50 per cent of their passes.
Van Pelt has made 19 tosses and
completed 13 of them for an av-
erage of 68.4. Noskin has com-
pleted 52.4 per cent of his passes.
LCA Wins)
Fraternity
Track Meet
By AL JONES
In a meet involving more than
200 runners representing both so-
cial fraternities and residence
halls, George Rockwell success-
fully defended his all-campus I-M
cross country title.
Running for Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Rockwell covered the two-mile
course in 11:17.6, and finished
way ahead of the rest of the pack.
Lambda Chi Alpha won the fra-
ternity title, as Fred Mowrey, Ron
Merrill and Harvey Pearce f in-
ished fourth, sixth, and 12th re-
spectively for a 22-point total.
Sigma Chi Second
Sigma Chi was second with 33,
Sigma Phi Epsilon third with 38,
Acacia fourth with 39 and Sigma
Alpha Mu fifth with 64.
Besides Rockwell, Mowrey and
Merrill, other individual honors
were captured by John Peard of
Theta Xi, second, Bart Kruse of
Sigma Chi, third, and Dennis Roy
of Sigma Alpha Mu, fifth.
Residence Results
In the residence hall part Gf the
meet Cooley House emerged vic-
torious with a total of 31 points
compiled by Bud Schram's fourth,
Tony Petinski's 10th, and Emil
Lebedovych's 17th place finish.
The second place team was
Hayden with 33, followed by An-
derson with 42, VanTyne with 56
and Huber with 59.
The individual winner in the
residence hall meet was Scott's
Lane Kendig who was clocked at
11:40.6.

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10.

Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Texas at ARKANSAS
Auburn at GEORGIA TECH
CALIF. at U. of Sthrn. Cal.
MINNESOTA at Illinois
Indiana at OHIO STATE
Wisconsin at IOWA
N. CAROLINA ST. at Miami
Purdue at MICH. STATE
ORE. ST. at U. of Cal. at LA

11.
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20.

Oregon at WASH. STATE
RICE at Southern Meth.
STANFORD at Washington
TEXAS A&M at Tex. Chrstn
YALE at Cornell
Alabama at TENNESSEE
Pitt at ARMY
PENN at Brown
COLUMBIA at Harvard
NAVY at Georgia

By DON DRESCHER
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's Jack
Moak connected for two touch-
down passes to give his team a
13-0 victory over Chi Phi and a
berth in the "B" first place finals
in yesterday's I-M action at South
Ferry Field.
Mike Morrison and Clare Higby
snagged Moak's passes as SAE
rolled up its third straight win. It
was the second loss for Chi Phi
against one win.
A double pass play going from
Bob Koehne to Al Thompson who
pitched a long spiral to Cap Chas-
tain accounted for the first of
Beta Theta Pi's two touchdowns.
DU Wins in Overtime
Delta Upsilon needed an over-
time period to eke out a 7-6 victory
over Phi Sigma Kappa. The Phi
Sigs scored first when Al Pugno
grabbed Dick Wentzel's pass, but
the DU's tied it at 6-all on a pitch
from John Greenberger to Don
Reeves.
Phi Sig intercepted a DU pass
and was trapped behind the mid-
field stripe in the eight-play over-
time period to give DU the victory.
Bob Steel scored two touchdowns
in Sigma Chi's 19-0 rout of Theta
Xi, and a pass combination of
Dave Abels to Steve Salzman gave

Tau Delta Phi a 7-0 win over Phi
Kappa Tau.
Zeta Beta Tau's "B" team took
a 20-2 victory over shorthanded
Phi Gamma Delta and Alpha Tau
Omega shellacked' Delta Chi, also
short of help, 33-0. Alpha Delta
Phi won by forfeit over Phi Kappa
Sigma.
Professional Fraternity Scores
In the professional fraternity
circuit, Law Club continued its
winning ways with a hard-fought
6-0 defeat of Phi Chi. The Law-
yers' score came on a pass play
from Dick McClear to Jack Fing-
ersh.
Phi Epsilon Kappa battled to a
13-0 decision over Delta Sigma
Delta, while at the same time as
the Hospital squad was defeating
Alpha Omega by a like score.
Sparked by fine all-around play
on the part of Russ Anderson, Phi
Delta Chi squeezed out a tight 7-6
victory over Phi Alpha Delta. In
another close one Alpha Kappa
Psi won from Alpha Kappa Kappa,
13-6.
Other Scores
Other scores in yesterday's ac-
tion were: Nu Sigma Nu over Phi
Delta Epsilon, 26-0; Delta Theta
Pi over Alpha Kappa Sigma, 13-6;
and Phi Alpha Kappa over Delta
Sigma Pi, 13-2.

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BRAD MYERS
.. .returns to practice

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numbers with fourteen Wildcats
being attacked. Quarterback Chip
Holcombe and tackle Gene Gas-
sage were among the ill first
stringers.
Michigan's two leading ground
gainers after the first three games
this fall are Halfbacks Mike Sha-
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