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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPT

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPI

Evashevski Injured in Practice

TO REPLACE AAU:
NCAA Pushes New Track Federation

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By JOHN SCOCHIN

Another casualty dulled the
spirit of Michigan's football
coaches yesterday as sophomore
Frosty Evashevski, the Wolverines'
number two quarterback, suffered
a knee injury in yesterday's prac-
tice.
,

The young signal caller was hurt'
when he was tackled on a pass or
run option. Evashevski was taken
to Health Service at 7:30 last night
for an examination to determine
the nature and seriousness of the
ailment.
Since the Wolverine units failed

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Yankees, Reds Win

BALTIMORE W)-Roger Maris
was held to an infield single in
nine tries last night as the New
York Yanks split a doubleheader
with the Baltimore Orioles and
clinched at least a tie for their
26th American League pennant.
Maris, with 58 homers, now
must hit two home runs in to-
night's game here to officially tie
Babe Ruth's 60-homer record of
1927 under the 154-decision allot-
ment decreed by Commissioner
Ford Frick.
Detroit 6, Los Angeles 2
DETROIT (R)-The Detroit Ti-
gers presented Don Mossi with a
four-run lead in the first inning
yesterday and the hard-luck
southpaw bedeviled the Los An-
geles Angels with a four hitter for
a 6-2 victory.
It was the 15th triumph for
Mossi, who had been given only
one run by his teammates in 24
innings of pitching covering his
previous four starts.
Two of the hits off Mossi were
home runs by former teammates
Eddie Yost and Steve Bilko.
Chicago 5, Boston 1
CHICAGO (RP)-Southpaw Juan
Pizarro hurled the Chicago White
Sox to a 5-1 victory over Boston
last night on a yield of three hits.
Pizarro recorded his 14th vic-
tory in 20 decisions. The only run
off him was unearned as a result
of an error by third baseman Al
Smith in the fifth inning.

Kansas City 6-2, Cleveland 0-6
CLEVELAND (A)-Jim Archer
shut out Cleveland, 6-0, in the
opener of a doubleheader last
night, but Tito Francona and
rookie Ty Cline,paced the Indians
to a 6-2 victory over Kansas City
in the nightcap.
Archer, a left-hander who had
lost his last six decisions, chalked
up his ninth win against 13 losses
with a six-hitter.
* * *
Minnesota 3, Washington 1
WASHINGTON (P)-The Min-
nesota Twins, behind the six-hit
pitching of Jim Kaat,. defeated
the Washington Senators, 3-1, last
night.
,In winning his ninth victory
against 15 losses, Kaat struck out
six and walked two.
Cincinnati 10, Pittsburgh 1
CINCINNATI (P)-The Cincin-
nati Reds, who had scored only
23 times in their last seven games,
exploded for seven runs in the
fourth inning last night and edged
closer to a National League pen-
nant with a 10-1 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates:
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 0
ST. LOUIS ()-Curt Simmons
continued his spell over the Phil-
adelphia Phillies, shutting out his
former teammates on five hits for
a 3-0 St. Louis Cardinal victory
last night.
Stan Musial hit a two-run home
run, the 444th of his career and
his 15th of the season, padding
the veteran left-hander's margin
in the sixth inning.

to score twice inside the five yard
line in last Saturday's Blue-White
scrimmage, goal line offense was
stressed in yesterday's practice
session.
When a team .nears the oppon-
ent's goal the defensive line usu-
ally is stacked to prevent a score.
"To get through this defense
we tried to develop a sound scoring
punch. We stressed' that inside the
15 yard line even small gains are
important because it forces the
defense to change.
Keep Momentum
"This often doesn't give the
defenders a chance to get set and
allows a fluid, hard-charging of-
fense a chance to keep up its
momentum," explained Line Coach
Bob Hollway.
"Our errors of last Saturday
were for the most part corrected.
Tackling was poor in spots and
opportunities were blown in the
weekend scrimmage. To iron out
these mistakes was the task we
undertook today," he concluded.
To help offset the depth prob-
lem plaguing the line, which was
further weakened by the loss of
tackle John Marcum for the sea-
son, John Minko, 225-1b. letter
winner at guard last year was
Army Calls
AFL Stars
SAN DIEGO (R) - Quarterback
Jack Kemp of the San Diego
Chargers is a member of a San
Diego Army Reserve Unit called to
active duty today.
Kemp and teammate Ron Mix,
an All-League tackle, are assigned
to the 977th Transportation Com-
pany scheduled for active duty
Oct. 15.
Kemp and Mix are the heart of
the Charger eleven which has won
six straight games this season,
counting exhibitions. Kemp is the
league's top passer.

moved to tackle and performed
well.
Backfield Coach Hank Fonde
commented, "Except . for a few
defensive lapses the whole first
unit looked good. Tackling was a
little shoddy in the secondary but
is improving, while offensively the
plays ran off quite smoothly."
Fullbacks Good
Sophomore fullbacks Bill Dodd,
Wayne Sparkman and Mike Mier-
cola continued to improve. Dodd,
weighing 180 lbs., like Sparkman,
was a quarterback through most
of his playing days and was re-
cently switched to fullback.
Husky 200 lb. Miercola is a re-
converted halfback. Dave Raimey
and Bill Tunnicliff were among the
veterans who stood out.

NEW YORK f')--Sports Illus-
trated said yesterday in a copy-
righted article that the National
Collegiate Athletic Association has
taken action "which may sound
the death knell" of the Amateur
Athletic Union.
The magazine quoted Walter
Byers, executive secretary of the
NCAA, as saying, "The NCAA's
Articles of Alliance with the Ama-
teur Athletic Union were cancelled
some time ago. Since then we
have met four times with the AAU
in an effort to reach agreement
on what our future relations will
be. Our meetings have not been
successful, and no additional
meetings are planned."
In Ann Arbor, Wolverine Track

Coach Don Canham, the NCAA's standing track stars are backing ruled that they would also have
permanent executive vice-presi- the coaches and would desert the to make a tour of other European
dent, is sending out three-page AAU when the new body is form- countries.
opinion polls to thousands of ed, including Dyrol Burleson and In unrelated action yesterday
coaches around the country on Jim Beatty, distance runners; on another aspect of the amateur
the question of severing relations Dallas Long, Bill Nieder, and Par- squabble, Louis G. Wilke ofm ar-
with the AAU and forming an In- ry O'Brien, shot putters; Lee Cal- tlesville, Okla., international vice-
dependent Track Federation which houn and Eddie Southern, hur- president of the Basketball Asso-
would control the sport in the dlers; Otis Davis and Earl Young, ciation, called a meeting in Chi-
United States. quarter milers; and Rafer John- ! cago Oct. 2 of all groups concern-
Canham explained, "We're rec- son, decathlon. ed with the sport, including the
ommending that we break away Hard feelings arose last summer AAU and NCAA. The AAU's right
from the AAU," but declined fur- when nine of the U.S.'s top stars to represent the United States in
ther statement. refused to go with the AAU team the international body has been
Sports Illustrated said 50 out- to meet Russia because the AAU challenged.

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As Captain
Gordon "Red" Berenson was
named last night as the captain
of this year's hockey team.
The red-headed All-American
center led the Wolverines in scor-
ing last year, registering 24 goals
and 25 assists. His 49 points plac-
ed him in fourth place in the
WCHA individual standings..
Berenson, who is a second-se-
mester junior, is termed by Coach
Al Renfrew a natural-born com-
petitor. "He is a good leader and
has a terrific desire to be on a
winning team," said Renfrew.
Center John Palenstein, who
was originally voted captain last
spring, is ineligible because of
WCHA age stipulations.
I-M Managers
Meet Tonight
This evening at 8:00 there will
be a meeting of all fraternity and
independent athletic managers in
the IM building. The purpose of
this meeting is to give the man-
agers a chance to discuss the var-
ious rules and schedules which
will be used during the upcom-
ing season.
At the same time, there will be
a meeting of all residence hall
athletic managers in the South
Quad for the same purpose.
On Thursday afternoon at 4:00,
the referees will have a meeting
to discuss the various rules and
assignments which will prevail
over all football games.
IM football competition begins
on Monday, Sept. 25, when the
180-team tourney gets underway.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 1-1, New York 0-3
Kansas City 6-2, Cleveland 0-6
Chicago 5, Boston 1
Minnesota 3, Washington 1
Detroit 6, Los Angeles 2
TODAY'S GAMES
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Boston at Chicago (n)
Kansas City at Cleveland (n)
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St. Louis 77 68 .531
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Cincinnati 10, Pittsburgh 1
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