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22, 1961

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

22, 1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Badgers Primed for Opener

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By The Associated Press
MADISON - Wisconsin's foot-
ball team was reported yesterday
in top shape for the Badgers'
opening game here Saturday
against Utah.
As a result, Coach Milt Bruhn
limited the workout to a light drill
in which defensive patterns were
stressed. There was no contact
work.
No members of the first three
teams are sidelined with injuries.
INDIANA
BLOOMINGTON-Indiana Uni-
versity's football squad worked
hard today on defense against
Kansas State plays in its last prac-
tice before the opening game Sat-
urday on the Wildcats' home field.
Indiana also perfected its own
Mass plays.
Thirty-eight members of the
squad and the icoaches will leave
for Manhatten tomorrow in two
:chartered planes.
ILLINOIS
CHAMPAIGN-Mike Taliaferro,
a 6-1 Junior from Wheaton, Ill.,
was named by coach Pete Elliott
today as Illinois No. 1 quarterback,
for the time being, at least.
Ranked behind him are Mel
Romani, Washington, Ill., senior;
Ron Fearn, Rockford, Ill., sopho-
more; Paul Golaszewski, Thorn-
ton, Ill., senior; and Dave Mc-
Gann, Peoria, Ill., junior. Golas-
zewski presently is sidelined with
the flu.
MINNESOTA

Gophers worked on kicking drills
yesterday in quest of a steady toe
to replace that of graduated Jim
Rogers, who hit on 22 of 26 extra-
point tries last year.
Judge Dickson seems the likliest
replacement, with Tom Loechler
also looking good at practice.
The Gophers also drilled on
blocking in the line.
They open a. week from Satur-
day as hosts to Missouri.
* * *
MICHIGAN STATE
EAST LANSING-Coach Duffy
Daugherty admitted yesterday his
footballers are getting a little
bored with hitting each other.
"I wish we could play a game on
Saturday as Wisconsin is doing in
meeting Utah at Madison," he
said. It is definitely a big advan-
t ,ge to them."
IOWA
IOWA CITY-Larry Ferguson,
No. 1 right halfback, sat out foot-
ball drills at Iowa yesterday nurs-
ing his sprained ankle.
Trainer Arnie Buntrock said the
injury suffered in the drills yes-
terday was. healing satisfactorily
but he did not know when Fergu-
son would be back in action.

OHIO STATE
COLUMBUS - Coach Woody
Hayes put his Ohio State foot-
ballers through a brief pass scrim-
mage yesterday, with the first of-
fensive and defensive units alter-
nating assignments.
Hayes decided to hold two drills
Saturday but without any scrim-
mages because he doesn't want to
chance any more injuries. About
a half-dozen Buckeyes are out
with minor hurts and five others
are still in the hospital with a
virus infection.
Two hospitalized first stringers,
quarterback Bill Mrukowski and
end Chuck Bryant, will be released
tomorrow but probably won't do
any serious practicing until Mon-
day.
* * *
NORTHWESTERN
EVANSTON-Northwestern re-
vamped its No. 1 football line to-
day because of injuries.
Guard Jack Cvercko, a junior
from Campbell, Ohio, and end
Tim Ziemki, sophomore from San-
dusky, Ohio, were sidelined in-
definitely with knee injuries.

Mwhigan
Has Nine
Cheerers
The Michigan cheerleaders will
have nine members this year as
opposed to the eight that they
have had in previous years.,
The tryouts for this year were
held yesterday, and five new mem-
bers were chosen. Four members
remain from last year's cheer-
leaders.
Gymnastics captain Tom Oster-
land, defending Big Ten trampo-
line champion, will be this year's
cheerleading captain. Ted Skinner
and diver Pete Cox are the assist-
ant captains. Ron Jaco, another
Michigan diver, is the other hold-
over.
The new members of this year's
crew are Paul Attar, a sophomore
diver; Phil Bolton, a junior gym-
nast; Louis Hyman, a gymnast
specializing in trampoline and
tumbling; and John Hamilton, a
freshman gymnast from Amarillo,
Texas.
Hamilton is rated by gynastics
coach Newt Loken as a top pros-
pect, and is one of the few cheer-
leaders to participate during his
freshman year.

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Orioles Drop Yanks, 53;
Manis Still One Short

New York
Detroit
Baltimore
Chicago
Boston
Minnesota
Los Angeles
Kansas City
Washington

AMERICAN LEAGU
W L1

104
93
90
84
73
68
66
57
56

51
59
65
70
81
83
86
95
96

Major League Standings

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Pct. GB
.671 -
.612 9%
.581 14
.545 19%
.474 30
.450 34
.434 3612
.375 45
.368 463A

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE-Roger Maris was
the only full time regular to play
the entire game for the New York
Yankees last night and failed to
bolster his homer output of 59
while the Baltimore Orioles took a
5 to 3 victory.
Russ Snyder hit his first home
run of the season for the Orioles
in the seventh inning to start
them on a four-run winning rally.
Kubek hit a pinch hit homer
for the Yankees in the eighth.
Maris gave the 22,089 fans a,
farewell thrill on his fourth and'
last time up when he rifled the
ball into the right field stands-
a few feet foul and about 10 feet
short.
Snyder's home run after Gus
Triandos' walk broke a 1-1 tie
with the Yankees, who clinched,
the pennant last night.
The Orioles scored two more
runs on singles by Ronnie Han-
sen, Brooks Robinson and Jackie
Brandt.
The Yankees were held to three
hits by Fisher who faced only the

minimum 15 batters in the first
five innings for his 10th triumph
in 22 decisions.
The three Yankee runs were un-
earned.
The only other hit in addition to
Kubek's pinch homer was a single
by Hector Lopez in the fifth. Lopez
was wiped out by one of two Oriole'
double plays. Kubek's pinch hit
home run was the ninth this sea-
son for the Yankees to extend
their own American League record
of pinch home runs.
The Orioles scored first in the
fifth on Snyder's second straight
single, a sacrifice by Fisher and
single by Robinson.
* * *
WASHINGTON-The Minnesota
Twins rapped out 11 hits, includ-
ing a triple by Harmon Killebrew
and doubles by Bob Allison and
Joe Altbelli, and beat the Wash-
ington Senators, 6-3, yesterday.
This was the final home game of
the year for the Senators and pre-
sumably the final major league
sports even in Griffith stadium.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
WV L Pct.
Cincinnati 90 57 .612
Los Angeles 84 61 .579
San Francisco 80 65 .552
St. Louis 77 69' .527
Milwaukee 77 69 .527
Pittsburgh 69 75 .479
Chicago 61 86 .415
Philadelphia 45 101 .308
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
Los Angeles at St. Louis
Chicago at Milwaukee
San Francisco at Cincinnati

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 5, New York 3
Minnesota 6, Washington 3
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Minneapolis
Baltimore at Chicago
Cleveland at Kansas City
Detroit at Los Angeles

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Also for the first time the re-
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plays used by California. The
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22, 1961

The Students of the University of Michigan

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