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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, K

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,

11

IBucs Defeat
Dodgers 3-1
Lead by Six
By The Associated Press
The Pittsburgh Pirates increas-
ed their National League lead over
the idle second place St. Louis
Cardinals to six games yesterday
with a 3-1 victory over the Los
Angeles Dodgers, and the Mil-
waukee Braves crept to within a'
half-game of St. Louis by beat-
ing the Chicago Cubs by the
same score.
San Francisco defeated Phila-
delphia 8-6.
Bob Skinner's two-run home
run in the first inning was enough
for the Bucs as Bob Friend pitch-
ed a neat six-hitter. They got an
insurance run in the eighth on
a single by Skinner, a sacrifice,
and a double by Dick Stuart. Gino+
Cimoli was on base with a single
when Skinner homered.
Friend struck out six and walk-
ed only one in recording his 16th
victory against 11 losses. Roger
Craig was the loser.
A walk to Jim Gilliam in the
fourth cost Friend a shutout. Ron
Fairly got a triple to send Gilliam
home.
Lew Burdette, who pitched a
no-hitter for the Braves against
the Phillies Aug. 18, hurled a
two-hitter and put the Cubs down
1-2-3 in every inning but the
fifth.
In that frame Ernie Banks led
cff with his 40th home run, and
Ed Bouchee followed with a dou-
ble. Bouchee was stranded as Bur--
dette resumed his 1-2-3 routine.

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TROUBLE AHEAD?
Grosz Leads Webfoot Squad

BOB SKINNER
... Two run homer
M.Riehard
Quits Hockey
MONTREAL W) - Maurice
(Rocket) Richard last night an-
nounced his retirement from
hockey, the game that made the
dynamic French-speaking Mon-
trealer an international sports
figure.
Richards' announcement came
at a press conference called by
the Montreal Canadiens, the Na-
tional Hockey League team that
he performed with for 18 brilliant
and sometimes turbulent seasons.
The 39-year-old Rocket leaves
the gauTe with an all-time scoring
record of 626 goals in league and
playoff games.
He put in an appearance at
Montreal's pre-season training
camp this week after announcing
his performance there would de-
termine whether or not he would
give the NHL another whirl.
There was speculation since the
end of last season-when the
Rocket scored 19 goals although
sidelined for a time with one of
the series of injuries that have
hit him in his later years-that
he planned to call it quits.

By BRIAN MacCLOWRY
As Bump Elliott moves into his
second season as head coach of,
the Wolverines hq may not have
to wait more than a week tQ find
out how his club will fare against
the top college football teams this
fall.
Buried beneath the 1959 clamor
concerning Syracuse's mighty na-
tional champions, Mississippi's
vaunted Rebels, and Washington's
Rose Bowl express, was the na-
tion's eleventh ranked team, and
Michigan's first 1960 opponent,
Oregon,
TheDucks compiled an 8-2 rec-
ord last year and was one of the
Tryouts for the cheerleading
squad will begin Monday after-
noon with a clinic.I
All men interested in becom-
ing cheerleaders should report
to Bill Skinner in the Auxiliary
Gymnasium of the I.M. Build-
ing Monday afternoon at 4:30.
most improved teams in the na-
tion. Oregon had a 4-6 record in
1958.
One of the Ducks 1959 losses
was a heartbreaking 13-12 deci-
sion against seventh ranked, and
AAWU champion, Washington.
And much of the same cast re-
turns for the northwesterners.
The key man in the Webfoot of-
fense will again be quarterback
Dave Grosz. Grosz, last year,
ranked among the nation's leaders
in total offense (1,183 yards),
passing, and touchdown passes.
The 198 pound senior is alho
the first quarterback to captain
an Oregon team since 1946, and
only the second to be elected in
the past 30 seasons.
Grosz, who. was drafted as a
future by the Philadelphia Eagles
last year, has shown no signs of
a problem with a wrist he broke
during the summer.,
Oregon's coach Len Casanova
has enjoyed a great deal of suc-
cess in past seasons with swift
halfbacks and this year should be
no different,
Dave Grayson, who started last
season at right half, has been
shifted to the left side toreplace
fleet Willie West, who now plays
for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Cleveland Jones, an exciting
five 'foot three-inch, 147 pounder
who broke up three games last
fall with breakaway runs, will be
the right halfback.

Stanford coach Jack Curtis tag-
ged Jones with the nickname
"pussyfoot" last year after he
watched the Duck halfback play
a major role in a 28-27 win over
the Indians.
Only at fullback does Casanova
lack experience. The leading can-
didate being Sam Owen, who play-
ed but 21 minutes as a sophomore.
Oregon has traditionally been
blessed with excellent ends, the
most familiar to midwesterners
probably being Ron Stover who
starred against Ohio State in the
Rose Bowl three years ago.
This year is no exception. Casa-
nova has two seniors, three
juniors, and three sophomores set
for action and all are at least
6-2 and weigh from 185 to 200
pounds.
With depth, size and experience

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at the guards and tackles Casa-
nova's only problem with the in-
terior line seems to be at center,
where he will have to replace two
time all coast selection Bob Peter-
son.
The most logical choice seems
to be Joe Clesceri, a 205 pound
junior who took over late last
season when Peterson was injur-
ed
There is no doubt that Oregon
will be ready for the Wolverines.
On the first day of fall practice
Casanova and his assistants pass-
ed out an 85 page play book for
the players to learn.
"This is really just the begin-
ning," Casanova explained, "be-
cause we'll add about ten pages
a week as the season goes along."
Who said that football is all
brawn and no brains?

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Major League Standings

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NATIONAL'

Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Los Angeles
Sax Francisco
Cincinnati
Chicago
Philadelphia

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
86 54 .614
79 59 .572
80 61 .567
76 64 .543
70 71 .496
64 78 .451
53 84 .387
52 89 .369

GB
6y
10
11 6
23
311,
34%

New York
Baltimore
Chicago
Washington
Cleveland
Detroit
Boston
Kansas City

82
83
81
71
70
64
61
50

L
57
58
60
70
70
77
80
90

AMERICAN LEAGUI

Pct. GB
.590" -
.589 --
.574 2
.504 12
.500 12Y2
.454 19
.433 22
.357 32%

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 3, Los Angeles 1
Milwaukee 3, Chicago 1
San Francisco 8, Philadelphia 6
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
San Francisco at St. Louis
Los Angeles at Chicago

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No Games Scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit
Baltimore at New York
Kansas City at Cleveland
Boston at Washington

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