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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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U N DAY, SlErTEMBER 3, 196 i

Wolverines Hit Hard in Practice

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By STEVE WILDSTROM
The Michigan, football squad
stayed close to the ground in its
first full scrimmage of the sea-
son yesterday.
Starting quarterback Dick Vid-
mer passed a little, but his hand-
offs to halfbacks Ron Johnson
and Ernie Sharpe, and fullback
Warren Sipp were most effective.
Sipp, who earned a letter as
a tight end last season, ran hard
as he tried to fill the spot va-
cated by Dave Fisher, who starred
at the position last season.
Johnson and Sharpe picked up
two touchdowns each in the 60-
minute full scrimmage. Vidmer
accounted for another touchdown
~on a short run.
For the scrimmage, the team
was divided into three squads-
the starting offensive and defen-
sive blues, the gold second team
and the white third team.
Jimn Berline, (6-0, 190) the re-
placement for All-American split
end Jack lancy, saw little action
Saturday. Most of Vidmer's passes
were short screens to tight end
Jim Mandich.t

Dennis Brown, (5-9, 175) the
second string quarterback, looked
impressive as he led the gold
squad and engineered its two
most spectacular plays.
Brown carried the ball on one

of the plays, a 40-yard run. On
the other, Brown, holding for a
field goal attempt from the 25-
yard line, missed the off-target
snap, scrambled to retrieve the
ball and managed to throw to
halfback Garvie Craw in the end
zone. Unfortunately that play was
called back because of illegal re-
ceivers down field.
Michigan's defense, hit hard by
graduation last spring, "is coming
along," said coach Bump Elliott.
But, Elliott said, "experience is
the key," and this year's starting
back field has no returning letter-
men and a total of only 17 min-
utes of game experience.
Two players missed the scrim-
mage because of injuries or ill-
ness, and a third was injured in
Saturday's action. Linebacker
Robert Wedge was out with a
minor foot injury suffered Satur-
day before the scrimmage, and
linebacker Cecil Pryor had a virus
infection.
Offensive guard Joe Lukz suf-
fered a knee injury on a field
goal attempt in the scrimmage,
but its seriousness is not yet
known.

Billboafrd_.
Eddie Feiger brings the "KingI
and His Court" four man soft-
ball team to the varsity baseball
field behind Yost Field House this
afternoon. The game, which starts
at 2 ..00 p.m., features a full sized
squad with Ann Arbor's best
players challenging the fantastic
pitching of Feigner backed up
only by a catcher, shortstop and
first baseman.
Football managers are badly
needed; here"s a fine opportunity
to do Bump and his grid cohorts
a good turn. Underclassmen hun-
gry to find some semblance of
identity should jump at the
chance to assist those helpless
Jocks.
EXHIBITION FOOTBALL
Philadelphia 24, New York 13
Minnesota 16, Atlanta 3
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR :
DOUG HELLER

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8

ERNIE SHARPE

Twins Take First,
As Detroit Drops

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Twins Shut Out Tigers
By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS, St. Paul--Ted
Jhlaender ripped three hits to
drive in three runs and Dave Bos-'
well checked Detroit on six, singles
Saturday, spurring Minnesota to a
5-0 victory . over the faltering
Tigers.
Boswell, 12-9 with three shut-
outs, weathered some hard shots
by the Tigers in the early innings
to best 17-game winner Denny
M~cLain.
McLain blanked the Twins on
two hits through four innings but
contributed to his own downfall
with an error in the fifth. Tony
Oliva led off with a line single
to center. McLain, trying to pick
him off first, threw wildly and
Oliva 'raced to third. Cesar Tovar's
sacrifice fly then broke the score-
less tie.

IBoswell's roughest inning was
the second, when Eddie Mathews
lined out to first base and Bill
Freehan and Jim Northrup drilled
singles. The Twins righthander got
out of it when Ray Oyler grounded
sharply to third and Tovar turned
it -into 'a double play.
*
Chicago Stops Boston
BOSTON-Joe Horlen, backed
by a three-run first inning, hurled
the Chicago White Sox to a 4-1
victory over Boston Saturday,
knocking the Red Sox out of the
American League lead.
Horlen, who had won only one
game since July 30, earned his
15th victory with a six-hitter.
The loss dropped the Red Sox
into second place, one-half game
behind the Minnesota Twins, who
defeated Detroit 5-0.

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Minnesota 76 58 .567 -
Boston 77 60 .562 ~
Chicago 74 60, .552 2
Detroit 74 61, .548 2/j
x-California 67 65 .508 8
x-Washington 64 71 :474 19Y4
x-Cleveland 63 72 .467 134
Baltimore 60 72 .455 15
x-New York 60 75,+ .444 16V,4.
Kansas City 56 77r .421 19?7r
x-Late games not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 4, Boston 1
Minnesota 5, Detroit 0
Kansas City 8, Baltimore 6
Washington at New York (inc)
Cleveland at California (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Minnesota
Cleveland at California
Baltfiore at Kansas City
Washngon at New York
Chicago at Boston

NATIONAL LEAGUE

x-St. Louis
x-Cincinnati
Chicago
x-San Francisco
x-Philadelphia
x-Atlanta
x-Pittsburgh
x-Los Angeles
x-Houston
New York

W L
84 51
73 62
74 64
71 64
68 63
67 65
65 69
61 71
55 81
53 81

Pct. GB
.622 -
.541 11
.536 1%
.526 13
.519 14
.508 151/
.485 1811~
.162 212
.404 29%
.396 30Y2

x-Late games not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 5-4, N'ew York 0-5
San Francisco at Cincinnati (inc)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (ine)
Los Angeles at Atlanta (ine)
Houston at St.' Louis (ine)
TODAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled

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