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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

N NHLL UrirNE:
Wings, Hawks Play Tie;
Rangers Top Bruins 2-1

Law,

Face

(Continued from Page 1

NEW YORK (P)-The New York
Rangers opened their National
Hockey League season last night
with a 2-1 victory over the Bos-
ton Bruins. It was the first time
the Rangers had opened a season
at home since 1926, and the game
drew a crowd of 13,475 to Madi-
son Square Garden.
Both teams scored in the first
period. After 7:30 of the period,
Andy Bathgate of the Rangers,
IM Track Meet
The I-M Social Fraternity
Outdoor Track Meet will be
held this afternoon at the Ferry
Field track, beginning at 4:15.
Members of the Michigan track
team will officiate.
standing in the crease, took a
pass from Bill Gadsby and flick-
ed the puck into the net.
At 17:16, when the Rangers'
Len Ronson was off the ice for
hooking, Doug Mohns took a loose
puck on a power play in front of
the net and scored for Boston.
There was no scoring in the
second period, although the Rang-
ers missed a golden chance. Bos-
ton had two men in the penalty
box for 50 seconds, but the Rang-
ers could nothing about it.
At 6:13 of the third period, Jim
Morrisonl took a shot from the,
blue line and Ronson tipped the
puck into the net for his first
NIL goal.

Lorne Worsley, Ranger goalie,
had a busy night and made some
fine saves. He was credited with
28 saves, 13 coming in the first
period.
- * * *
CHICAGO -) - Parker MaC-
Donald's goal midway in the fin-
al period enabled the Detroit Red
Wings to tie the Chicago Black-
hawks 1-1 in a National Hockey
-League opener at the Stadium last
night.
Tod tSloan picked up Chicago's
tally in the second frame.
The night belonged to the riv-
al goalies, however. Chicago's all-
star netminder Glenn Hall turn-
ed back 25 Detroit shots while
veteran Terry Sawchuk in the
Wing nets halted 27 Chicago
drives.
Sawchuk had the edge in spec-
tacular stops. Only moments be-
fore MacDonald, an ex-New York
Ranger hand, netted the tying
goal, Sawchuk made three fine
stops within a period of 10 sec-
onds, halting Chicago's Ron Mur-
phy twice and Ed Litzenberger
once.
Sloan's marker came at the 8:52
mark of the second period. The
fourth string center, who has
been relegated to part-time work
and penalty killing, took the puck
at center ice, danced around two
defenders and beat Sawchuk from
five feet in front of the cage.
ed they packed a wallop in the

fourth when Bill Mazeros
lowed a walk to Don Hoa
a two-run homer off Coat
the scoreboard in left into
in Schenley Park, about 3
from the plate.
Maas was clubbed for a
the Pirate sixth whenrMa.
singled to short left, took
on Law's sacrifice and sco
Virdon's first pitcl-4 doub
the right field screen.
A brief insurrection in the
rocked Face but he surviv
McDougald opened with a
but was forced at second
came the two-run homer b5
ard, who has been out of
lately with an injured finge
When Kubek followed th
er with a single to center,
ing the potential tying
the plate, the crowd stopped
ing toward the exits. Bu
calmly choked off the ra
making Hector Lopez boun
a game-ending doubleplay,1
rates' third of the day, with
due up next.
The aggressive Pirates
the Yanks how to run the
and quickly jumped in t
advantage of two Yank er
Perhaps the best catch
day was turned in by Virdo
raced into right center, co
with Clemente at the base
wall, to drag down Berra
foot blast in the fourth.
were two men on and nobo
verines

LimitY
)
at the time. Although Skowron
ki fol- followed with his scoring single,
k with Law made McDougald foul out
es over and got Richardson on a fly to
a tree center.
65 feet Skinner, supposedly an inferior
outfielder, surprised Berra in the
run in second when he came in to catch
zeroski Richardson's short fly and dou-
second bled Yogi off second base.
red on Mickey Mantle, who walked
le off once but was hitless in three of-
ficial trips, ran into right center
e ninth for a neat catch that robbed Groat
ed. Gil of a third straight hit in the
single fourth. Richardson reached into
Then the stands to nab Clemente's foul
y How- in the seventh.
action Mazeroski, with his homer and
r. single, and Groat, with his double
e hom- and single, led the Pirates' eight-
bring- hit attack.
run to Manis was the big man for the
d walk- Yanks with his homer and two
.t Face singles although Kubek came
tly by through with three singles and
ce into Skowron with two singles.
the Pi- Law, who has been troubled by
Mavis a tender ankle, yielded 10 hits
but only two runs in seven in-
showed nings. There was nobody out in
bases the eighth when he was replaced
o take by Face.
rors. In the Pirate clubhouse, Man-
of the ager Danny Murtaugh singled out
the catch by Virdon in the fourth
n who as the "key play because it kept
alliding them out of the big inning."
of the
's 420- Murtaugh said he didn't think
There Law had as much stuff late in
dy out he game as he did earlier. He
dyotnamed Bob Friend (18-12), an-
other right-hander, for today's
game.
Casey Stengel named Bob Tur-
ley as the Yankee starter today
in the second of the best-of-seven
competition. Turley, a 30-year-old
takes right-hander, had a 9-3 record
t great this season. He said he had been
e team thinking of starting Coates but
re the that was out when he had to use
about him in relief today. -
do the Stengel also agreed with Mur-
," Jer- taugh on Virdon's catch by say-

anks

ing, "If that ball had fallen safe
a lot might have happened."
The Yankee manager refused
to single out anybody for blame
on the failure to cover second base
in the first on Virdon's steal ex-
cept to say "somebody should
have covered and I'm not going
to say which one."

to

Game
NEW YORK (A)
Kubek, s
Lopez, rf
Marts, rf
Mantle, cf
Berra, c
Skowron, lb
Boyer, 3b
a-Long
McDougaid, 3b
Richardson, 2b
Ditmar, p
Coates, p
b-lanchard
Maas, p
c-Cerv
Duren, p
d-Howard
Totals
PITTSBURGH (N)
virdon, ef
Groat, ss
Skinner, if
Cimonli, If
Stuart, lb
Clemente, rf
Burgess c
Hoak, 3b
Mazeroski, 2b
Law, p
Face, p
Totals

One
AB R H Rbi PO A
5 0 3 0 2 4
5 0 1 0 0 1
4 2 3 1 3 0
3 0 0 0 3 .0
4 0 21 9 0
3 0 1 0 '1 1
4 1 0 0 2 2
o oo o 01
0 0 0 0 0 0
37 4 13 4 24 10
AB RHRbiPOA
3 1 1 1 3 0
41 2 1 2 3
3 1 1 1 3 1
4 0 1 0 9 0
4 0 12 0
2 1. 0 0 1 0
4 2 2 2 2 3
1 0 0 0 0 2
30 6 8 6 27 91

CASEY STENGEL
.. unhappy after loss

Captain Jerry Smith Sparks Woli

a-Flied out for Boyer in 2nd.
b-Grounded out for Coates in 5th,
c-Singled for Maas ,in7th.
d-Homered for Druen in 9th.
New York (A) 100 100 002-4
Pittsburgh (N) 300 201 00x-6
E-Berra, ,Richardson. DP-Mazeroskl
and Stuart; Skinner and Mazeroski;
Mazeroski, Groat and Stuart. LOB-
New York (A) 7, Pittsburgh (N) 6. 2B-
Groat, Virdon. HR--Maris, Mazeroski,
Howard. SB-Virdon, Skinner. S-Law.
iP H R' E n B

By DAVE ANDREWS
After a year on the "redshirts"
an another in the shadow of John
Herrnstein and Gene Sisinyak,
Michigan's captain for 1960, Jerry
Smith, came into his ownr last
year, not as a fullback, but as a
standout center, linebacker, and
leader.
Not very big for a lineman he
stands 5'11" and weighs only 190
pounds, Smith makes up for his
lack of size with spirit, desire, ex-
perience, and brains,
When asked what he does when;
faced with a 270-pound monster
across the line, Smith quietly re-
plied, "stay low, and hit him be-
fore he hits you."
Played Quarterback
Back at Pershing High School
in Detroit, Jerry was a quarter-
back on the same team that pro-

as Michigan captain, Smith
it as an honor, but feels a
sense of responsibility to th
and to the coaches. "Befo
season started, I worried
whether or not I could c
job, and I still do at times,
ry commented, "but now
we're on the field, I just
best and try to keep the gi
their toes."
Off the field Smith is a
unassuming history major
literary college with intenti
entering medical school up
graduation in June. He loot
anything but Michigan's f
captain, but on the field a
Michigan State and Orego
last year's opponents will
he has proved he is!

x-Law W) 7
Face 2
Ditmar {L)
Coates 323
Maas 2
Duren 2
x-Faced 2 batters in
T-2 :29. A-36,676.

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verify,

ATO Rolls Over Sig Phi;
DU Crushes TDP in I-

4 ---.--.

By KEN LARSON
Phi Delta Theta won by forfeit
Delta Upsilon routed Tau Delta over Acacia.
Phi, 32-8, to head the "A" slate Four forfeits removed most of
in social fraternity football yes- the action in "B" fraternity team
terday, as Gary Joachim scored competition last night and of eight
three TD's for DUJ. scheduled tilts, only two were
Six shutouts were recorded In played.
"A" action, including Alpha Tau Post Shutout
Omega's 30-0 trimming of Sigma ' Ed Pear, varsity tennis player,
Phi, connected for two touchdown
Delta Tau Delta ran over Trigon, passes and one extra point toss to

ALERT DEFENSE--Michigan's captain moves up behind defensive
back Gary McNitt from the Wolverine secondary in last week's
Michigan State game. Smith did this all day and caused the
Spartans trouble all afternoon.
All

The fabulous
SHELLEY
BERMAN
ANN ARBOR HIGH
Wed., Oct. 12-8:30 p.m.

duced last year's Captain George PRACTICE NOTES
Genyk and halfback Fred Julian, One injured Wolverine, sopho-
"I always wanted to play college more Ed Hood, returned to prac-
football," he said, "but I never tice yesterday but two others, both
thought I could make it at a big starters, remained as question
school." He didn't make it at first, marks for Saturday's encounter
as his year on the "redshirts." with unbeaten Duke.
which accounts for his extra year Bennie McRae sat out the prac-
of eligibility, shows. tice still nursing an ankle injury,
But Michigan Coach Bump El- and fullback Ken Tureaud is still,
liott will testify that he has made bothered by a bruised hip.
it now. "Jerry's a fine leader and Hood, who suffered a broken
a good, intelligent football player," jaw in pre-season workouts, was
said Elliott, "and if he were a in uniform for the first time since'
little bigger, he would be a great he suffered the injury as the Wol-
one." verines ran through drills most of
Pass Defender the afternoon and then closed the
Probably his talent most ap- practice with a short scrimmage.
preciated by the Michigan coach- The rest of the Michigan team
ing staff is his apparent knack for has recovered from the bruises of
intercepting passes. In what may last weekend and all are expected
have been his best game as a to be ready to go on Saturday.
Wolverine, Smith killed two Illi-
nois drives with thefts last year
as Michigan upset the Illini 20-15..
Then just last week he broke off
a late Michigan State drive with lCFor s h c c uts
a key interception deep in Michi-
gan territory.
However this talent hasn't come
natural to him. He learned from
scratch starting in high school as
a defensive halfback. "We drilled
a lot on pass defense, he said, and
"I learned to always watch the
ball. Now during a game I hope
that they (the opposition) will
throw into my zone," smiled Jer-
ry, "as I always feel that I have
a chance of swiping one and giv-;
ing us a break."
Possibly the fact that he was a
quarterback had something to do
with his defensive genius,
Present Role
Turning back to his present role

28-0, while Theta Delta Chi topped
Zeta Psi, 20-14, in another early
afternoon clash at Ferry Field.
Chi Phi Wins
It was Chi Phi over Theta Xi,
20-0, and Beta Theta Pi over Pi
Lambda Phi by the same score,
20-0,
Neither Kappa Alpha Psi nor
Delta Chi could get an offenset
rolling as KAP was downed, 16-0,
by Psi Upsilon, and the Delta Chi's
were defeated, 8-0, by Alpha Delta
Phi.
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pace Sigma Alpha Mu to a 14-0
decision over Phi Epsilon Pi.
SAM pass receivers in the only
night game at Wines Field were
Steve Schwartz and Elliot Pearl-
man. Mike Dean caught the extra
pointer.
Phi Sigma Kappa shutout Delta
Sigma Phi, 6-0, in the one "B"
game at Ferry Field,
In games won by forfeit, Beta
Theta Pi beat Alpha Delta Phi,
Theta Chi beat Triangle, Lambda
Chi Alpha took Phi Kappa Sigma,
and Phi Delta Theta beat Acacia.
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