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THE MICHTGAN I-tLY p

In the Air...

-Daily L'man ian
PICTORIAL HIGHLIGHTS of Saturday's game: LEFT-Weis-
enburger, Wolverine fullback, assisted in a swan dive by Spartan
*..Lynn Chandnois; CENTER: J. T. White, Michigan center, dropped
i ~ by State Quarterback Gene Glick, after swiping a Spartan aerial;
RIGHT-Bob Chappuis, Michigan back, invades well protected
enemy territory.

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and the Dodgers badly need some-
thing of the kind.
Unruffled by the fact that the
Dodgers gave today's nominee,
Newsom, his lumps, Bucky Harris
said he would stick right with his
original series pitching line-up.
That calls for Bill Bevens, still an-
other righthander, to face the re-
surgent Flatbushers. Berra, who
sat out today's tussle until he went
in as a pirchhitter in the seventh.
to belt his home run of f Ralph
Branca, will be back behind the
plate,
There was some doubt that Pete
Reiser, the usually superb Dodger
outfielder who was the "goat" of
the second game, would be ready

to start tomorrow. He injured his
right ankle in an attempted steal
of second base today and was
carted off to a hospital. An X-ray
disclosed no break, but the ankle
was reported swollen and sore.
The Dodgers, attempting to use
she running game against the
Yankees' young catchers, contin-
ued to enjoy fair success. Jackie
Robinson swiped second off Sher-
man Lollar, a freshman backstop,
lust up from Newark, in the first
nning, but Reiser was an easy
victim on his dash in the same
inning. Dixie Walker pilfered sec-
ond in the sixth inning, bringing
the Dodger record to five success-
ful thefts in seven tries in the

Big Stanford Line to Enjoy 25-Pound
Advantage Over Michigan Forwards

New York (AL) AB
Stirnweiss, 2b. ....5
Ienrich, rf ........4
Lindell, If.........4
DiMaggio, cf......4
McQuinn, lb......4
Johnson, 3b .......4
-Rizzuto, ss ........5
Lollar, c ..........3
Berra, c ..........2
Newsom, p ........0
*Clark ............0
Drews, p ..........0
**Phillips ........1
Chandler, p ........ 0
***Brown.. . ....1
Page, p..........1

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Continuing the eipphasis on
pass defense, the Wolverine foot-
ball squad, under Coach Fritz
Crisler, wound up their last day of
heavy workouts yesterday in prep-
arations for Saturday's game
against Stanford.
The jayvees in white uniforms
used Stanford's plays while the
Wolverine defensive aggregation
tried to stop them. Howard Yerges
and Wally Teninga were impres-
sive in stopping the white's passes.
Stanford's hopes suffered a set-
back with the announcement that
two of their starting backs will
be unavailable for Saturday's con-
test. They are Bob Anderson, po-

tential All-American, who would
have started at left-half and right
half back George Quist. Ander-
son has a shoulder injury and
Quist is sidelined with a broken
ankle.
-On the Michigan side of the in-
jury list, Coach Crisler stated that
guard Dom Tomasi, who aggre-
vated an ankle injury in last Sat-
urday's game against Michigan
State, would probably not see ac-
tion in the Stanford game.
While concentrating on the
supposedly strong Cardinal aerial
attack, Crisler expressed concern
over the size of the Stanford line
which will outweigh the Wolver-

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Totals

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CORDUROY
SPORT COATS

-Walked for Raschi in 3rd.
**-Flied out for Drews in 4th.
***-Doubled for Chandler in
6th.1
Brooklyn (NL) ..AB R H 0 A
Stanky,Zb ........4 2 1 4 5
Robinson, lb ......4 1 2 10 1
Reiser, of.......... 0 0 0 0 0
Furillo, of .........3 1 2 0 0
Walker, rf .........5 0 2 1 0
Hermanski, if .....3 2 1 4 0
Edwards, c ........'4 1 1 5 0
Reese, ss ..........3 1 1 1 3
Jorgensen, 3b ......4 0 2 1 3
Hatten, p .........2 1 1 0 0
Branca, p:........1 0 0 0 0
Casey, p.........1 0 0 1 1
Totals .........34 9 13 27 13
New York (AL) ..002 221 100-8
Brooklyn (NL) . . .061 200 00x-91

'BRING 'EM ON:
Wolverine Jayvee Gridders
Open '47 Season Tomorrow

Colors:
BROWN
DEEP GREEN
Full
Rayon Lined
4-Pocket-
Front

$15 95

Coach George Ceithaml's 1947
edition of the Wolverine Jayvees
will be unveiled at 10:00 a.m. to-
morrow morning when they face a
reportedly big Grand Rapids Jun-
ior College aggregation on the
Ferry Field gridiron.
The squad of 36 men will be
under the guidance of Assistant
Coach Big Holgate, since Ceit-
haml will be on the road scouting
for the varsity. Holgate was a
mainstay of last year's Jayvees
and is working on his master's
degree in addition to assisting

Error-Furillo. Runs batted in
-Edwards, Reese, Stanky 2, Fur-
illo 2, Lindell, DiMaggio 3, Jorgen-
sen, Lollar, Stirnweiss, Walker,'
Hermanski, Henrich, Berra. Two
base hits-Edwards, Stanky, Fur-
illo, Lollar, Brown, Henrich, Jor-
gensen. Home Runs-DiMaggio,
Walker. Sacrifice Hits--Robinson.
Berra. Stolen Bases-Robinson,
Double Plays-Reese, Stanky and
Robinson; Stanky and Robinson.
I-M NEWS
Yesterday's touch football
scores: Lambda Chi Alpha, 0, Chi
Psi, 14; Alpha Rho Chi, 0, Delta
Sigma Pi, 6; Delta Sigma Delta,
0, Mu Sigma Nu, 7; Phi Chi, 7,
Phi Rho Sigma, 6; Sigma Phi, 6,
Phi Delta Theta, 7.

Ceithaml.
The Jayvees will operate

much

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'Meyer New
Pirate Boss
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2 -(iP) -
Billy Meyer, one of minor league
baseball's most successful pilots,
today was named manager of the
Pittsburgh Pirates in his first ma-
jor league executive job.
Meyer replaces Billy Herman,
who resigned by request after a
one-year tenure under a two-year
contract found the Pirates mired
in a last-place tie, the worst show-
ing the Bucs have made in the
National League since 1917.
An unconditional release yester-
day was given to Hank Greenberg,
famed home run slugger, at the
player's request. Greenberg came
to the Pirates from Detroit this
year and was among those men-
tioned as Herman's successor in
preliminary guesswork.

like the varsity in their plays and
formations, working out of both
the "T" and the single-wing. They
will also use a defensive and an
offensive unit when they face
Grand Rapids.
Starting at the ends on the
offensive eleven will be Johnny
Anderson and Dave Oeming. An-
derson was on last year's squad
and saw action in the Michigan
State game this past week-end.
Dave Gomberg and John Eiz-
onas will be at the tackles while
Al Fitch and John Maturo, both
members of the 1946 Jayvees, will
handle the guard slots. Don Nich-
ols, who will be over the ball,
rounds out the starting line.
Irv Small will handle the team
from the quarterback slot and will
call signals while Norm Jackson
will be at fullback. Jim Morrish,
passer and punter on the start-
ing eleven, will be at left half
while Al Noble will handle the
right halfback assignment.
If Grand Rapids elects to re-
ceive then Coach Holgate will
start the same ends and guards,
but will insert Dick Strauss and
Dick Brown at the tackles.
Johnny Padjen and Hugh Mack
will back up the line, while Prent
Ryan and Don Jones will take over
the wings. Small will continue as
quarter and will be at safety on
the defensive unit.

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