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September 20, 1960 - Image 8

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Footballo Open Fall 1mSports Progr
ness against the runner draws cern passing (with all players eli-
The intramural season gets un- a 15 yard penalty. gible to receive passes), punting,
der way Monday, rain or shine, Blocking has to be carried out and scoring.
drwa eoennggainme shine lokigwithout using the hands or ex- A te'am punting must announce
dence Halls touch football head- tendd arms, and the blocker may its intentions to the official while AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGU
ing the first eek of actiond not leave his feet to throw a in the mandatory huddle. Neither W L Pct. tWh L
block. Blocking violations are not team may cross the line of scrim- Btr3 62 .572 4 St. Louis 8260
Michigan will undoubtedly be a too uncommon in games and re- mage until the kick is made. Chicago 83 62 .572 4 Milwaukee 82 63
different type of game than anyisut In a 15-yard penalty. Any un- Violation of minor rules cost team Cleveland 72 72 .500 1414 Los Angeles 77 67
newcomer has seen before. The' ultsmn15axendalty.Anythun- yrds.Washington 73 72 .500 141, San Francisco 73 73
IMdprmnhaaunqestsportsmanlike conduct on the five yards. Detroit 66 79 .455 21- Cincinnati 65 so
I- department has a unique separt of a player could cause ejec- The only difference coming in Boston 63 81 .438 231' Chicago 55 87
of 29 rules for the competitors tion from the game, scoring is the penetration "point" KansaS CitY 52 .92 .361 35 Philadelphia 53 91
to learn, but a lot of the general ta eie i ae.Tebl
tballarules a still ue Some other important rules dif- that decides tie games. The ball YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESU
footballr s are stied, fering #rom 11 man football con- starts at the centerof the field o games scheduled. San Francisco 11-4. Chica
Seven-Mani Team I______________ with the teams taking alternating St. Louis 1, Los Angeles 0
Seven men comprise a team, in- downs. At the completion of 8 TODAY'S GAMES
cluding a center and two ends. plays, with each one starting Bston at B ltiore PittsburgODaPhiladelp i
The field is 60 yards long and 40 Wash where the runner was touched on wshington at New York Log Angeles at st. Louis
yards wide, with first downs be- the down before. the team across (Only games scheduled) Cincinnati at Milwaukee
ing registered when a team cross- 1- the center line in opponent ter- ran Francisco at Chicago
rD odgers, 1-0 ory will be declared the win-
Wrestlers Meet If a touchdown is scored, the
An organizational meeting By The Associated Press ball goes back to the rcenter and
for the Michigan wrestling ST. LOUIS-Bobby Miller, mak- the game goes on. If the game is
team will take place tomorrow ing his first start since June 7th, still tied after .eight plays, a sud-
at 4:00 in the I-M building, shut out the Los Angeles Dodgers den death period results on a one Buy Your PEUGEOT from
Coach Cliff Keen urged that on five hits, giving the St. Louis down apiece basis.
both freshmen and varsity Cardinals a 1-0 victory last night. There are two exceptions to the
wrestlers attend the meeting of Miller was relieved after Nor rules occurring at Wines Field,
last year's Big Ten champions. Laker singled with one down in where there are four 20-yard Authorized Renault-Peugeot Dealers

es one of the two 20 yard lines in
four downs. The end zones are 10
yards deep.
A game is thirty minutes long,
divided into two halves with a
five minute intermission. There
are two sets of games each week-
day afternoon, beginning at 4:20
and 5:5 p.m. on the six fields
at Ferry Field. The clock does
not stop at all during the course
of a game.
The opening kickoff and all en-
suing kickoffs are made from the
goal line, with three men of the
receiving team on the restraining
line. The ball is declared dead
any time it hits the ground after
being touched by a member of
the receiving team. This also holds
true for laterals, fumbles, and bad
snaps from center.
One Hand Touch
Play is also whistled dead when
the runner is touched with one
hand between the shoulder and
knee, with the arm included in
this area. Unnecessary rough-




* * *
CHICAGO -- Bob Schmidt's
grand slam homer gave the San
Francisco Giants a 4-1 victory
over the Chicago Cubs yesterday
after the Giants had won the first
game of a doubleheader, 11-4, on
a pair of homers by Willie Kirk-
The second game was called
after eight innings because of
Schmidt's homer, his eighth, was
all the offense lefthander Billy
O'Dell needed. He shackled the
Cubs on three hits in scoring his
eighth victory in 20 decisions.

zones plus 10-yard end zones. Also
the field is 50 yards in width. The
kickoffs here are made from the
20-yard line.
Earl Riskey, I-M director, is
looking forward to a big year for
the entire program. Football
should kicks things off in a big
way with over 200 teams compet-
ing in both 'A' and 'B' divisions in
Social Fraternity and Residence
Halls play, Pro Praternities, Inde-
pendents, and Faculty teams.
Managers' Meeting
Athletic managers of all these
groups, except Residence Halls,
will meet Wednesday night at 7:30
in the I-M building to talk over
the entire year. The Residence
Halls will meet at East Quad at
the same time.
Riskey said that rules will be
discussed, schedules handed out,
and problems reviewed from last
year in an attempt to start the
I-M sports year off smoothly.

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U.S. Wins Zone Finals;
Lions Cut Two Rookies

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - Barry MacKay
of Dayton and Bernard (Tut)
Bartzen of Dallas won singles
matches over Venezuelean netters
yesterday as the U.S. team com-
pleted a sweep of the American
Zone Davis Cup tennis finals.
MacKay held his powerful serv-
ice throughout in defeating Iyo
Pimentel 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. Bartzen
overwhelmed Marcos Gambus, 6-1.
6-0, 6-0 in yesterday's first match,
allowing the Venezulean No. 2
netter only the second game Gam-
bus served.
DETROIT -- The Detroit Lions
yesterday pared down to the Na-
tional League's 38-player limit by
cutting rookies Dan Chamberlain
and Ron Ray.
It was the second straight year,
Chamberlain, an end from Sacra-
mento State, missed making the
squad. Ray -was cut less than a
week after the Lions picked him
up on waivers from the Green Bay
Packers. A tackle, Ray played his
college ball'at Howard Payne.
NEW YORK - Harry Wismer,

president of the New York Titans
of the American Football Leagut,
filed a protest yesterday with com-
missioner Joe Foss over theoffici-
ating in the game with the Boston
Patriots Saturday night.
Chuck Shonta of Boston picked
up a fumbled punt and ran 24
yards as the gun went off to give
the Patriots a 28-24 victory, over
New York.
j Wismer said he and Coach
Sammy Baugh and other New
York coaches reviewed movies of
the game today. He said the films
"clearly show the loose ball was
kicked by a. Boston player 'with
his foot' which is illegal."
* * *
DALLAS - Austin Gonsoulin,
Denver Broncos safetyman, yes-
terday was selected as defensive
player of the week in the Ameri-
can Football League.
* * *
DALLAS - Jack Spikes, the
Dallas Texans' 220-pound full-
back, yesterday was named by the
American Football League as win-
ner of its weekly offensive player

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