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PAGE SIX

THE 1NICUICAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEIMER 7, 1966

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WARD SCORES THREE:

DIONNE WARWICK
"FEMALE VOCALIST
OF THE YEAR"
IN PERSON
at
discount records,

Backs Outrun Defenders in Scrimmage Action

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By BOB McFARLAND
The film of a typical pre-sea-
son scrimmage, after some care-
ful editing, could easily be mis-
taken for the highlights of an en-
tire seasn's gridiron play, and the
Wolverine workout at Michigan
Stadium on Labor Day was no ex-
ception.
Marathon runs, spectacular in-
terceptions, and diving catches
marked the play as the Michigan
Blue squad, made up of the first
string offensive and defensive
units, spent their holiday after-
noon scoring eight tallies against
their teammates.
Fleetfoot Fisher
Looking more like breakaway
threat Gale Sayers than the
churning Jim Taylor, fullback
Dave Fisher opened the action
with a 34-yard jaunt. For an en-
core on the next series of downs,
he grabbed a pitch-out from quar-I
terback Dick Vidmer, headed
around right end, and stepped off

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72 yards before being brought
down on the four. st:
Reserve fullbacks John Rey- co
nolds and Tim Radigan saw action' n
with the Blue team, relieving Fish- ar
who is bothered by asthma. ki

Not tL be outdone by their first- Radigan picked his way through'
ring counterpart, the pair ac- the white jerseys. found himself
unted for four touchdowns, Rey- in the clear, and sprinted to pay-
lds driving over from the five dirt for the day's longest touch-
ad 17-yard lines. Hauling in a down run.
ck-off on his own 35, senior Vidmer connected on several

Despite the many heroics. the bright spots. The veteran defens-
only player who evoked applause ive backfield took turns snaring

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TACKLE KEN WRIGHT, (52), shown rushing in for a tackle
during last season, tore a ligament in last weekend's practice
and may miss part of the 1966 season. Wright is a 230-pound
senior who played 248 minutes last year.

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tosses to captain Jack Clancy. who1
managed to slip away from his;
more offensive punch, halfback
defenders repeatedly. Providing
Carl Ward cracked the scoring'
barrier three times.
QUIC K
Michigan defensive back Rick
Volk was named to Parade Maga-
zine's preseason All - American
squad announced in Parade's;
most recent issue. The Wolverines
were picked as the eighth-best col-I
legiate squad in the nation. .
Cross-state rival Michigan Statei
received the magazine's nod as,
the country's top eleven.
When Sherman Lewis, former
Michigan State star who has been
playing Canadian football for two
years, reported to the New York
Jets he was issued uniform num-
ber 7. Normally a jersey assigned
to quarterbacks, lucky 7 caused,
some wondering when Lewis, de-
fensive back, began sporting it.
The reason, explained one Jet of-
ficial, is that "a two-digit number
won't fit across his chest." And
that's because there's not much
chest on a body that spreads 158
pounds over a 5'9" frame..
Veteran fullback Nick Pietro-
sante got an unwanted early
birthday present from the Detroit
Lions-his walking papers. Pietro-
sante, who will be 29 on Satur-
day, was placed on waivers with-
out recall, as was his fellow Notre
Dame alumnus, relief quarterback
Tommy Izo.
Australian's veteran Roy Emer-
son and the chief U.S. title hope,
Dennis Ralston, moved resolutely
into the fourth round of the Na-
tional Tennis Championships yes-
terday. The pair survived a wave
of upsets that sent Arthur Ashe
and two other seeded*favorites
packing. Ashe, visibly rusty after
six weeks in Army Reserve camp,
fell before Aussie John Newcombe
in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4.
Doug John, a regular defensive
guard for the last two years, has
been lost to the Oregon State
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It may be a new twist on an old
cliche, butmanager Ralph Houk
thinks the Yankees will rise again.
"I'm not facing the future with a
black outlook," Houk said Monday
after the Yanks had dropped a
doubleheader to the Baltimore
Orioles 5-4 and 7-4.
The twin defeat not only mathe-
matically eliminated New York
from the pennant race on the ear-
liest date since 1925 but dropped,
them into a ninth-place tie, only
one-half game out of the Ameri-
can League cellar.
Meanwhile, on the other side
of town, Wes Westrum, who is
leading the New York Mets to the
most successful season in their
five-year history, was rehired yes-
terday as manager of the National
League team for 1967. Terms were
not disclosed.

Knees, of course, have never
been a favorable topicforediscus-
sion around Ann Arbor, but they
seem even a more odious term af-
ter the disclosure that Ken Wright,
starting defensive guard, suffered
a partially torn ligament last
week.
A doctor will remove the cast on
Wright's knee tomorrow, and de-
termine whether another is need-
ed. If such a need does exist,
Wright will be unable' to practice
for approximately three weeks.
This marks the second time around
for the veteran lineman, who
missed the 1963 season because of
injuries.
Pre-season highlights can make
interesting viewing, but their
meaning is inversely proportional
to the amount of film on the cutt-
ing room floor.

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from the sparse crowd was Jim
DWetwiler. Hhe carried the ball
several times, driving across from
the five-yard line for one score.,
and apparently suffering no ill
effects from the contact.
Despite the highscoring out-
come in favor of the Blue, Coach
Bump Elliott pointed to the Blue

deesivbe play as one o01 f tethings would have to be deleted ...
like Vidmer's fumble as he headed
over the goal and the many pen-
alties charged to the Blue.
"We had a few good spots and
some bad spots," Elliott com-
mented after play ended. "We
missed some good opportunities to
score which was due mostly to
football team because of a knee mental errors. I don't believe there
injury. John suffered the injury was anything that can't be cor-
in the Rose Bowl game of 1965 rected."
against Michigan. The 250-pound- Commenting on Vidmer's per-
er from Roseburg, Ore., underwent formance at quarterback, Elliott
two operations, but never returned said, "He did a good job. This
to top form. He was hurt again was his first real chance in a
on the opening day of practice scrimmage, and it was signalcall-
this year. ing more than anything else. Be-
Coach Dee Andros said John fore, we've called the plays, but
would coach the OSU freshman he was on his own today. He has
team. The Beavers play the Wol- looked sharper passing.
verines Sept. 17. Slower but Surer
Wisconsin Atty. Gen. Bronson C. "As far as Detwiler is con-
La Follette said yesterday he hopes cerned, he's ready physically, or
to take Wisconsin's appeal of its he wouldn't have played," the
antitrust battle with baseball to coach continued. "He may be a
the- U.S. Supreme Court by the step slower now. The main thing is
end of next week. his being in there."

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White aerials, with Rick Sygar.
Rick Volk. and John Rowser get-
ting into the act. Recovering
fumbles also accounted for a large
portion of the defenders' play.
Still Spotty
Th re was an abundance of
spectacular plays, but still, to pass
for a football highlights film, some

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for Gals & Guys

discount records

Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB

1235 S. University

300 S. Stal

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U 11

Baltimore
Detroit
Minnesota
Chicago
Cleveland 4
California
Washington
New York
Kansas City
Boston

88
78
76
73
72
70
64
62
62
63

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51
62
65
69
70
69
80
80
80
82

Pct.
.633
.557
.539
.514
.507
.504
.444
.437
.437
.434

GB
13
1614
17 2
18
26%
27%
27/
28

Pittsburgh 82 58 .586
x-Los Angles 79 57 .581
x-San Francisco 79 59 .572
Philadelphia 76 66 .537
St. Louis 71 69 .507
Cincinnati 70 70 .500:
Atlanta 70 70 .500
Houston 63 79 .444
New York 60 81 .426
Chicago 49 90 .353:
x-Late game not included.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 6, Boston 2
Baltimore 4, New York 1
California 4, Kansas City 3
Minnsota 4, Chicago 3 (12 inn) 4
Detroit 8, Washington 2
TODAY'S GAMES
California at Kansas City (n)
Washington at Detroit (n)
Boston at Cleveland (n)
New York at Baltimore (n)
Chicago at Minnesota (n)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 7, Philadelphia 2
New York 3, Cincinnati 2
Atlanta 4, Pittsburgh 1
Houston 4, St. Louis 3
San Francisco at Los Angeles (ine)
TODAY'S GAMES
Atlanta at Pittsburgh (p)
Houston at St. Louis (n)
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)
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