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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDA4
from Bei d To Beat Braves,

'M' Interior Line Strength,
Key to Early Season Surge

Spahn's Pitching Falters in Tenth Inning;
Series Sent into Deciding Seventh Game

Michigan was able to gain 94
yards through the air. 1 ..
Emphasize Pass Defense
During yesterday's practice,
Head Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
again emphasized pass defense
drills. The reason for this is Navy
quarterback Joe Tranchini, who
completed 18 of 27 passes against
Boston University Saturday for
221 yards and three touchdowns.

MILWAUKEE (A} - Gil Mc-
Dougald's 10th inning home run
ruined a magnificent pitching
effort. by stout-hearted Warren
Spahn yesterday as a 4-3 Yankee
victory sent the New York-Mil-
waukee world series into a seventh,
game.
Through nine torturous innings
the 37-year-old Milwaukee south-,
paw, working with only two days
rest, dueled with three different
Yankee pitchers only to lose in the

,ELSTON HOWARD
...: key hit

ON THE I-M SCENE:

10th. Singles by Elston Howard1
and Yogi Berra finished him off
and the Yankees added that all-
important extra run on Bill Skow-
ron's single off relief man Don
McMahon.,
Duren Gets Win
Ryne Duren, Casey Stengel's
flame-thrower who followed
Whitey Ford and Art Ditmar to
the mound, fired his blinding fast
ball past the Braves from the
sixth to the 10th when he suddenly
lost his stuff.
Turley Relieves
With one wave of the hand,
Stengel summoned Bob Turley
from the Yankee bull pen. Turley,
who brought the series back to
Milwaukee with Monday's shutout,
had to face Franke Torre, .
Torre connected with Bob's third
pitch and the ball sailed toward
short right field with second base-
man McDougald in full pursuit.
For a split second it seemed it
would fall safely for a hit. Me-
Dougald had it all the way, as it
turned out, gloving the ball for the
game-ending out.

NEW YORK (A
Carey, 3b
McDougald, 2b
Bauer, rf
Mantle, cf
Howard, if
Berra, c
Skowron, lb
Kubek, ss
"-laughter,
Duren, p;
Turley, p
Ford, p'
Ditmar, p'
b-Lumpe, ss
TOTALS
MILWAUKEE (N
Schoendienst, Ib
Logan, ss
Mathews, 3b.
Aaron, rf
'Adcock, lb
c--Mantilla
Crandall, 'c
D-Torre
Covington, If
Pafko, ef
Bruton, e
Spahn, p
McMahon,, p
TOTALS
NEW YORK.
MILWAUKEE

) ABR RBI
5 00 0
5 1 2 1
5' 1 2 1
5 1 1 0
S' 2 0
4 0'1 1,
2 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0
41 4 10 4
) AB R H RBI
4 1 2 0
s o 0 0
4 '0 1 0
4 o o
4. 2 0
2 0' 1 0
20'00
100 001 000 2-4
110 0004000 1-3

Phi Kappa Psi ains, 1-0

By AL SINAI
Six social fraternity 'A' teams
remained undefeated in football
games played in a driving rain-
storm at Ferry Field yesterday.
Overtime Victory
Phi Kappa Psi won its second
straight game by beating Delta
Tau Delta, 1-0, in overtime. Phi
Kappa's Brent Smith blocked a

GRID SELECTIONS
Enter The Michigan Daily Grid Picks Contest and win two tikkets
to see Brigitte Bardot in "La Parisienne."
To win these tickets all you have to do is clip out the list of
games printed below. Predict the score of the Michigan-Navy game
and send your.entry to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 May-
nard; Ann Arbor. You can also enter in person at The Daily.
The contest closes at midnight Friday. Each contestant is al-
lowed only one entry.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Navy at Michigan (score) 11. Tennessee at Georgia Tech
2. Ohio State at Illinois 12. Kansas at Iowa State
3. Indiana at Iowa 13. Iansas State at Nebraska
4. Northwestern at Minnesota 14. Texas A&M at Maryland
5. Purdue at Wisconsin 15. SMU at Missouri
6. Pittsburgh at Mich, State 16. N. C. State at Wake Forest
7. Army at Notre Dame 17. N. Carolina at S. Carolina
8. Baylor at Duke 18. Oklahoma at Texas
9. Rice at Arkansas 19. Oregon State at Wyoming
10. Utah at California 20. Washington at Stanford

pass in the overtime period which
would have given Delta Tau Delta
the victory.
Jack Lewis passed to Bob Sul-
livan' for a touchdown, and then
to Dale Kingsbury for the extra
point as Phi Delta Theta stayed
unbeaten by virtue of an 8-0 vic-
tory over Beta Theta Pi.
Triangle Defeated
Sigma Nu's Buff Whelan passed
for two touchdowns, one to Park
McGee, and-the other to Zack
Athanas, as the.Sig Nu's defeated
Triangle, 14-0.
Theta Chi, Chi Phi, and Phi
Gamma Delta also stayed unde-
feated as both Chi Phi and Phi
Gamma Delta won on forfeits.
Theta Chi defeated Phi Kappa
Sigma, 14-0.
Other Scores
Other scores, social fraternity
'A', Delta Upsilon 6, Alpha Sigma
Phi 0; Theta Delta Chi 12, Delta
Chi 0; Alpha Tau Omega 18, Chi
Psi 0; Alpha Delta Phi 44, Tau
Opening Night
CHICAGO (R) - The Chicago
Black Hawks and the New York
Rangers o pened the National
Hockey League season by battling
to a 1-1 standoff at the Chicago
Stadium last night.

Kappa Epsilon 0; social fraternity
'B': Zeta Psi 2, Pi Lambda Phi 0;
Psi Upsilon 1, Kappa Sigma 0
(overtime);; Independent League,
G.O.E. 24, Commuters 0; T.E.P. 7,
Zips 6; Frederick 12, Beantowners
0; Rabble Rousers 15, Owens Co-
op 0; Hard Crop 2, Kappa Alpha
Psi 0; Meatchoppers 14, New-
man 0.

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M

'r C. r~., 'a °L~ ft . . riit .'s'2 a a'":. :::s^. :.4a id f:idSe;i~1-3. c1;

a--Grounded out for Kubek in
8th
b-Struck out for Ditmar in 6th
c--Ran for Adcock in 10th
d--Popped out for Crandall in
10th

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Navy's Tranchini Threatens Michigan

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But the stout, 187-pounder is
leaving no questions unanswered
after two games this year. He
plunged for the initial touchdown
in Navy's opening victory over
William and Mary, then barraged
Boston University for 221 passing
yards and three TD's last week.
The Boston game was one of the
finest ever by a Navy quarterback.
But it is his boldness that scares
Michigan. Groce mentioned a sam-
ple of this quality in recalling a
high school game which pitted
Clariton against its biggest rival:
"Our opponent had a high school
All America guard, who was all
over the field that day. We were
in midfield, and one point ahead,
when this lineman tackled me from
behind twice.
Draw Play
"So Joe told me to let him get
me once more on purpose. Then
with 19 yards to go on a fourth
down situation, he called a draw
play right over the lineman. Our
fullback made it!
"Tranchini was as calm as could
be, but our coach almost died."
Another time when Navy's plebes
were playing Pittsburgh's fresh-
men, Tranchini was getting set to
start a play when he was surprised
to see a former prep teammate on
the Pitt line. He immediately stop-
ped calling signals and asked:

"Ed, what the heck are you
doing out here, all bundled up?"
A bedlam of laughter broke out
and time had to be called so both
teams could calm down.
Great Passer
But when Tranchini directs
Navy's offense, he's all business. He
can throw any type of pass-and
does so on any down. Last week
he threw 27 (and completed 18).
The rugged quarterback's hobby
is collecting phonograph records.
Michigan, however, is more con-
cerned with his passing records.
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