THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Could Miss Trip
Seven-Run First Inning Deluge
Helps Braves Smash Yankees
Noskin who' remains in Health
Service with the flu.
However, team physician Dr. A.
W. Coxon was optimistic and
noted, "Noskin should be able to
leave Health Service on Friday
morning and I think he will be in
condition to play."
The opening Noskin left in the
signal calling department was
managed by Bob Ptacek and John
Spidel who ran the team through
a series of short pass plays from
the T and single wing formations.
Pass defense patterns were also
emphasized with the first and sec-
ond units defending against.State
Must Drop One
Declining to comment on who
his choice would be for a quarter-
back to replace Noskin, Ooster-
baan said, "We will keep our
traveling list at 39 players and
drop one, possibly one of the
alternate quarterbacks, if Noskin,
can make the trip."
This afternoon the squad will
have a final closed practice early
in the afternoon before they board
buses at 3:30 p.m. for East Lan-
The football team's departure
will be preceded by a pep rally at
Yost field house sponsored by the
Wolverine Club. Students will
gather in front of the union at
2:45 p.m. and march down to .the
field house accompanied by the
Anderson House band and the
cheerleaders. Oosterbaan and the
other Michigan football coaches
will speak along with team captain
Included on the squad who will
make the trip to East Lansing are:;
Joe Brefeld, Jerry Bushong, Reid
Bushong, Alex Callahan, Keith
Cowan, Don Deskins, Jim Dickey,
Mike Dupay, Mike Fillichio, George;
Genyk, Jim Gray, Al Groce, John
Halstead, Darrell Harper, John
Herrnstein, Tom Jobson, Bob]
Johnson, Walt Johnson, Fred1
Julian, Gary Kane, Bill MacPhee,
Jerry Marciniak, Gary McNitt,
Brad Myers, Harry Newman Jr.,
Stan Noskin, Fred Olm, Paul Pou-
los, Gary Prahst, Bob Ptacek, Tony'
Rio, Gene Sisinyak, Willie Smith,]
John Spidel, Hank Stuart, Dick1
Syring, Jim Sytek, John Walker
and John Zachary,
MILWAUKEE (A) - Lew Bur-1
dette, still a hero, smashed a
three-run homer capping a record
seven-run first inning today that
carried the Milwaukee Braves to a
13-5 victory over the New York
Yankees and a 2-0 lead in the
Burdette, the angular right
hander who whipped the Yanks
three times last year, lost his.
scoreless inning streak at 24 to an
unearned run in the first inning
and, leading 13-2, was rocked for
three runs in the ninth on homers
by Hank Bauer and Mickey Man-
He allowed seven hits, struck
...homers aren't enough
ON THE I-M SCENE:
IPAK Beats PDC, 36-0
out five, walked one and retired 15
batters in order between the fourth
and ninth in pitching his fourth'
straight complete game victory
over the American League cham-
And his homer, a hefty wallop
over the left center fence at the
355-foot mark with two on base,
settled the issue hardly before the
county stadium crowd of 46,367
had found its seats.
Tomorrow is an off day while the
teams pack uw'and move to New
York's Yankee stadium for the,
third and fourth games-and the
fifth if necessary. The Braves are
expected to pitch either Carlton
Willey or Bob Rush, both right-
handers. The Yankees' probable.
is right-hander Don Larsen.
Turley, Maas are Victims
Bob Turley (21-7), the Yank's
first 20-game winner in four sea-
sons, and reliever Duke Maas were
the victims of the Braves' first
inning record burst. The seven
runs were the most scored by any
club in the "first inning of any
series game, topping the mark of
six the Giants scored Oct. 15, 1912.
Billy Bruton, who broke up yes-
terday's'game with a 10th-inning
single, led off with a sizzling home
run into the right field bleachers.
Red Schoendienst doubled and
after Eddie Mathews fanned, and
Hank Aaron walked, Wes Coving-
ton singled to score Schoendienst.
Maas came in to get Frank Torre
on a short, fly to left, but Del
Crandall walked and Johnny Lo-
NEW YORK (A)'
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3 2 2 3
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4 0 0 0
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gan singled for two runs. Burdette
followed with his homer before
the third Yankee pitcher, Johnny
Kucks, could end the inning.
By BILL ZOLLA
Phi Alpha Kappa started off the
professional fraternity touch foot-
ball season with a bang yesterday
as they trampled over Phi Delta;
Dick Lenters passed for three
touchdowns and ran for another
in spearheading the assault.
Phi Chi, led by Roy Stambaugh
and Bob Murray, whipped Alpha
Kappa Kappa, 24-0.
Psi Omega also rolled 24-0 over
Taylor House as Jint Velis threw
for three tallies.
Law Club Wins
Mal Fromberg of the Law Club
ran an intercepted pass for the
only score as the lawyers edged
Prescott House, 6-0.
Jerry White ran 55 yards for one
score and Spence Bement hauled
in a touchdown pass as Alpha Chi
Sigma shut out Alpha Kappa Psi,
14-0. Phi Rho Sigma scored once
and it was enough to down Phi
Delta Kappa, 8-0.
Phi Delta Phi scored two second-
half touchdowns to add to its safe-
ty in the first half and beat Alpha
Rho Omega, 16-0. Tau Epsilon Rho
won by forfeit over Phi Epsilon
In social fraternity "B", DU
crushed Phi Kappa Psi 32-0. Don
Reeves threw five TD passes, four
to left'end Kevin Sullivan, to put
on the finest individual perform-
ance of the day.
Alpha Delta Phi squeaked out a
last-second win over Alpha Tau
Omega as Bill Krebs passed to
Caesar Moilanen for a 14-8 vic-
tory. Zeta Beta Tau edged Phi
Kappa Sigma, 8-0, on a long pass
to Mike Rubin.
Theta Xi Squeaks By
Theta Xi won in overtime over
Delta Sigma Phi, 7-6.'
Al Kravets ran an intercepted
pass for one score and Les Janoff
hit paydirt with a 10-yd. run to
give Phi Epsilon Pi a 14-0 win over
Sigma Nu. Chi Phi outlasted Phi
Sigma Kappa, 2-0, as the victors
intercepted a pass in their own
end zone to stop a late threat.
Bob Carlson and Andy Morrow
scored for Delta Tau Delta as they
whipped Phi Gamma Delta, 14-0.
Theta Chi won by forfeit over Phi
-=Photos of the Michigan,
football squad are in our
The Dascola Barbers.
Near Michigan Theatre
U. of M.vs1. SU
Room 3 RS Union
MARV NYREN, Commentator
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