THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PITTSBURGH (M)-Dick Groat
and Dick Stuart helped Larry Foss
to a victory in his first major
league appearance last night as
Pittsburgh defeated St. Louis 8-6.
Groat socked two singles and a'
double, good for three runs driven
in. Stuart smashed a two-run
bomer; his 31st, in the Pirates'
five-run seventh and had a pair
of , singles.
Foss was removed in .the eighth
after Gene Oliver hit a two-run
homer, his second. The 25-year-old
right-hander, recently recalled
from the Pirates' class A Ashville
(N.C.) farm team, allowed three
runs on only six hits but walked
Carl Warwick hit his 4th homer
off reliever Harvey Haddix in the
Cards' four-run eighth. Bob Gib-
son, who pitched the first six
innings, lost his 12th game. He
has 11 victories.
Sailing Club Members
Win in Summer Races
By JIM BERGER
Two members of the Michigan
sailing club, Miss Timothea
Schneider, and Otto Scherer, have
each brought back a major sailing
Championshp from summer com-
Miss Schneider, of Oyster Bay,
Long Island, was the winner of the
Women's National Sailing Chain-'
pionships at Newport Harbor, Cali-
In the championships, Miss
Schneider led after each of the
four days and her margin of vic-
tory was a mere one and one-quar-
ter points over Ruth Haskell of
Miss Schneider, a naval archi-
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NEW YORK ()-What could be
Roger Mars' final bid for'Babe
Ruth's home run record in 154
games will be telecast nationally
by the American Broadcasting
Tom W. Moore, vice president in
charge of television programming
for ABC, said the network bought
the rights for the Yanks' Wednes-
day night game in Baltimore from
the Orioles. He said it will be tele-
cast to some 150 stations but that
major league cities will be blacked
out of the telecast.
The Yanks meet Baltimore in
a twi-night doubleheader tomor-
row and Maris, a streak homer
hitter, possibly could do the job
then. He hit numbers 57 and 58
Saturday and Sunday against De-
It's a Michigan tradition to have
your hair styled by our
Headquarters for B.M.O.C.'s
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre
tecture student, sails out of Sea-
wanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club in
Oyster Bay. She has won the Ra-
ven class National Championships
twice against male competition.
She is one of the leading skip-
pers on the Michigan club which
currently holds the top spot in
Western Conference and ranks
fourth among the nation's college
Scherer and O'Reiley, both from
Grosse Pointe, also had some ma-
jor sailing accomplishments.
Scherer was the winner of the
Penguin class International cham-
pionship, held in Lake St; Clair,
while Kevin O'Riley, another col-
legiate sailor from Wayne State,
was the winner of the Flying Scot
class championships at Detroit.
O'Riley's victory was quite an
upset. He was the first skipper to!
defeat Sandy Douglass, long time
champion and original designer
of the Flying Scot class.
O'Riley also crewed for Al Bor-
tolotti, the winner, of the Raven
class National Championships.
OAKLAND, Calif. (.P) - Eddie
Erdelatz was dismissed abruptly
yesterday as coach of the Oak-
land Raiders, shaken by a 55-0
and 44-0 losses in their first two
regular games of the American
Football League season.
Marty Feldman, his assistant,
was appointed immediately to
"It was ai complete surprise,"
said the former Navy coach at his
home in nearby Millbrae.
LONDON (P) - Brian London.
former British heavyweight box-
ing champion, signed yesterday
for a comeback bout against Eddie
Machen, a leading contender from
Promoter Harry Levene stated
that the fight will be in London.
By JOHN SCOCHIN
There'll be a lot of muscle up
front in the line of Michigan's
Big Ten football squad this sea-
son. Whether or not Coach Bump
Elliott can find adequate second
team replacements for that line
is the unknown key to the Wolver-
ines' grid success.
If a big line is the mark of a
champion, Michigan is well stocked
for a health campaign. At the
ends are 6'4" Scott Maentz, a
235-lb. three-sport star, and rug-
ged George Mans, the 218-lb. 6'4"
captain of the squad. Heading
the beefy tackles is 6' 235-lb. Jon
Schopf, a pre-season All America.
His more than adequate - running
mate is big John Houtman, who
weighs in at 240 lbs. and stands
6'4". The guard slots are occupied
by 220-lb. 6'2" Joe O'Donnell and
Lee Hall, an agile 6' 208-lb. senior.
Veteran Todd Grant, a strapping
233 pounder is at center.
However, as any coach will say,
speed as well as size is important
in any team's forward wall. This
year's unit is as fast as those of
the last few years which had a
workable ratio of size and speed.
"We're big, but playing ability, as
well as performance under fire
must be taken into consideration,"
stated Coach Elliott. "Only after
we begin our schedule in earnest
can a prediction on line perform-
ance be made."
The unsteady situation regard-
ing line depth, the main problem
for the squad, came about because
of the loss of several players
this summer. Junior end Bill
Freehan signed a professional
baseball contract. Sophomore
tackle'Phil Garrison was killed
in a sports car accident and soph-
omore center George Sligay was
fatally struck by lightning at a
There will be a meeting of all
candidates for the wrestling
teams in the wrestling room of
the Intermural Building at 4:00
p.m. on Wednesday. All mem-
bers of last year's team and
prospective members of this
year's freshman team should
Fall practice has further de-I
pleted the 'M' ranks as three
others have suffered iniijuries which
will sideline them for the rest of
the season. Those out are guards
Wally Herrala ana Ron Lauter-
back, along with tackle Larry
At present Michigan's hopes for'
reserve line strength rest heavily
with sophomores. Among them are
Tom Keating, Jim Wiley and Paul
Woodward. Letter winner John
Minko, at 225 lbs., has been
shifted from guard to tackle to
help offset Garrison's loss. John
Walker, though 23 pounds lighterI
Line Depth Is Gridders' Wor
than Todd Grant, is a ca
understudy at center tog
with 215-lb. Lou Pavloff,
also works as a linebacker.
Markum, a 205-pound b
from Monroe, is another
"We have a solid first lir
inadequate reserve strength,
Elliott. "Teams with lines
UCLA, dubbed best in the n
Michigan State with its foc
and Army and Purdue with
fine forward strength shou
tough opposition. I hope our
will hold up through this gr
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Our fall C ledi ol
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W L Pet. GB
102 49 .675 -
91 59 .607 10%
88 63 .583 14
82 70 .639 20%
73 77 .487 281/2
73 79 .480 29,
66 83 .443' 35
66 84 .440 35Y4
56 94 .373 45% ,
55 94 .369 ;46
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No games scheduled
New York (Ford 24-3 and Daley 11-
17) at Baltimore (Barber 16-11
and Brown 10-4) (2) (n)
Los Angeles (McBride 12-13) at De-
troit (Mossi 14-7)
Boston (Stallard 2-5) at Chicago
(Pizarro 13-6) (n)
Kansas City (Shaw 11-12 and Arch-
er 8413); at Cleveland (Bell 10-15
and Hawkins 64) (2) (t-n)
Minnesota (Kaat , 8-15) at Washing-
ton (Daniels 10-10), (n)
W L Pct. GB
Cincinnati 88 57 .607 -
x-Los Angeles 83 59 .585 3 2
x-San Franoisco 78 64 .549 8/
x-Milwaukee 76 67 .531 11
St. Louis 76 68 .528 112
Pittsburgh 69 73 .485 1712
x-Chicago 60 85 .414 282
Philadelphia 44 100 .306 432
x-Playing night game.
Pittsburgh 8, St. Lous S
Milwaukee at San Frandwo (lie.)
Chicago, at Los Angeles (in0.
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