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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

G TEN PRACTICE REPORTS:

Michigan

Tests Passers; Iowa

Disappointing'

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
White Sox Stop M & M,
Take Pair from Yanks

The Wolverines spent much of
sterday's two windy practice
ssions testing the arms of their
assers against the defensive half-
aeks. Dave Glinka, Forest Eva-
hevski, and Bob Chandler took
eir turns throwing against the
rst and second team defensive

drew applause, however, when he
connected on a long pass.
With two weeks of practice re-
maining Elliott will be keeping his
fingers crossed that no more in-
juries occur to hamper his team
for the opening game. So far

liott called "the best of our fresh-
man group," was claimed in an
auto accident, and Joe Sligay was
killed by liglItning.
Since then Elliott has lost
tackle Larry Piotrowski and guards
Wally Herrala and Ron Lauter-
bach for the season.
* * *
By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY - Coach Jerry
Burns held his Iowa Hawkeyes for
nearly an hour of extra practice
yesterday after the squad looked

sloppy in a scrimmage that was
to top the day's drills.
Burns made no comment but
line coach Bob Flora said, "We
couldn't beat anybody if we play-
ed like we did today."
* * *
COLUMBUS-Ohio State's foot-
ball team, in their longest work-
out this. year, tried to eliminate
some of the faults of Wednesday's
first scrimmage so as not to re-
peat the mistakes in today's
scrimmage.

kfields. Michigan has had its share of
handler drew some ooo's and; injuries, which depleted the al-
h's from the small crowd with ready scarce reserves.
strong flipping, but had no- Even before the practice start-
able difficulty in backpeddling ed Elliott lost two men due to
his game knee. Evashevski deaths. Phil Garrison, whom El-

The practice session lasted five
hours because of the cool weath-
er. After today, the Buckeyes will
get two days off and come back
Monday for their last twice-a-day
workouts. Drills will be held only
once a day from then on.
Starting left halfback Paul
Warfield pulled a leg muscle and
will be out until Monday. Start-
ing right half Bob Klein has been
out all week with a muscle in-
jury in his back.
MADISON-Heavy rain dimin-
ished and the Wisconsin football
team moved back outside yester-
day for the first real contact
workouts this week.
* * u
EVANSTON-Sophomore guard

Gerry Greco will be lost indefi-
nitely to Northwestern with a
fractured ,right arm suffered in a
scrimmage last Saturday.
Greco's injury first was describ-
ed as a bruise, but an X-ray yes-
terday revealed the fracture.
* * * ~
EAST LANSING-The Michi-
gan State football squad switched
to an indoor drill yesterday.
The last scrimmage session was
a disappointment to coaches.
Coach Duffy Daugherty said it
probably was the low spot of the
practice session.
Play was-ragged and Daugherty
explained his troops probably were
tired from two-a-day workouts.
A double session is planned again
today.

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By The Associated Press
The bids of Roger Maris and
Mickey Mantle to equal Babe
Ruth's season home run record of
60 suffered a sharp setback yester-
day as they were limited to three
singles-all by Maris-as the New
York. Yankees dropped a double
header to the Chicago White Sox.
The Sox took the opener 8-3 and
the nightcap 4-3. Meanwhile the
Yankees' fading rival in the
American League pennant race,
the Detroit Tigers, dropped a 5-2
decision to the Kansas City Ath-
letics. In the only other AL activity
Los Angeles and Minnesota split
their two games, the Angels taking
the opener 5-1 and the Twins the
second 3-1..
Phillies Win
Philadelphia defeated the San'
Francisco Giants in 10 innings 4-3
in a National League single en-
counter, and the St. Louis Cardi-
nals took a 8-7 decision over the
Chicago, Cubs in the first game of
a twi-night double header.
Pittsburgh and Los Angeles
played a night game on the west
coast in the only other NL activity.
Ray Herbert and Billy Pierce
stopped the Yankee home run
twins in the opener as the Sox
stole the home run show. Floyd
Robinson and Jim Landis each
connected in Chicago's five-run
first inning.
Soax Bounce Back
The Yankees were sailing along
on a 3-1 lead going into the last
of the ninth in the second game
when the Sox produced four sin-
gles and 3 runs. Luis Arroyo was
the loser. He is now 14-4, and the
defeat was his first since June 19.
The Angels scored early and
late in taking their opener. They
scored twice in the first inning,
added another in the second and
got two more in the ninth. Ted
Bowsfield (10-6) got the victory
and Don Lee (3-6) took the defeat.
Jim Kaat pitched a nifty 3-hit-
ter to give the Twins the nightcap.
Minnesota got, only one hit the
first five innings off Ken McBride,
but scored twice in the sixth- on
Lennie Greene's triple, Joe Alto-
belli's single and an error. Kaat
retired 23 in a row after the first
inning until he gave up a walk
and a single in the ninth.
Wayne Causey was the big gun
in Kansas City's victory over the
Tigers.' The A's" third baseman
stopped a potential Detroit rally
in the eighth with a fine catch to
start a double, and contributed a
home run in the sixth. Bob Shaw
had a shutout' going until the
'seventh, when Dick Brown con-
nected for his 14th home run.
Record Crowd,
The Giants set a record in re-.
verse as they lost to the Phillies.
Tie game drew only 4,328 fans,
smallest.crowd since the club
moved west from New York.
Wes Covington\ hit two home
runs, his second in the 10th hand-
ing Giant reliever Dick Lemay his
sixth loss.
The cardinals+ blew, three leads
in ,the first game before finally
edging out the Cubswith"a run

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

in the ninth, 8-7. With two out in
the bottom of the last inning one
of relief Pitcher Barney Schults's
knuckle balls got away for a passed
ball allowing the winning run.
Stan Musial was 3 for 4, includ-
ing a two-run home run, his 13th.
George Altman hit his 25th, and
Sammy Taylor his seventh.
major League
Standings,
AMERICAN LEAGUE

W
100
89
87
80
72
71
4
63
54
54

L
47
57
61
68
74
78
82
82
92
93

Pct. GB
.680 -
.610 %i
.588 134
.541 204
.493 27%~
.477 30i
.438 353
.434 36
.370 45Yz
.367 46

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 5-1, Minnesota 1-3
Chicago 8-4, New York ,3-3.
Kansas City 5; Detroit 2
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Detroit (t-n)
Baltimore' at Boston (n)
Kansas City at Washington (u)
Minnesota at Cleveland (n)
Los Angeles at Chicago (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

87
79,
76
75r
73
68
59
43

56
59
64
64
67
70
81
91

Pet. GB
.608 -
.572 5Y2
.643 9Y2j
.540 10
4521 12A
.493 161/2
.421 26/
.303 43%~

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 3
(10,inn.)
St. Louis 8, Chicago 7 (second
game inc.)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (inc.)
TODAY'S GAME9S
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (n)
Chicago at San Francisco (n)
Block Seats
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Block M card section, sponsored
by the Wolverine Club, still has
seats available for those who wish
to participate in the colorful
stunts.
The club has a block of seats.
high in the end zone, which af-
ford a better view of the game
than ordinary freshmen seats.
Club president Judith Caplin said
she would like to see the section
develop into a "freshman project."
The Block coordinates its:cheer-,
ng and stunt activities, with the
Marching Band and the 'cheer-
leaders.> This year members will
be viewed on nationwide tele-.
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