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Torrid ennantase

Gridme,
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan dis-
pelled all thought that Michigan
might not be "up" for Saturday's
game against the Spartans of East
Lansing, as he sent his Wolverine
charges through one of their hard-.
est workouts of the practice ses-
sion.
Stressing precision in all phases
of ball handling and body contact
drills, Oosterbaan and his staff di-

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Tigers Overcome A's Lead

Major League Standings
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rected Michigan's squad in pass-
ing, punting and signal practice.
* * *:
TRAINER JIM HUNT added to
the anticipated strength of the
Wolverines when he announced
that there was a definite hope the
Dick "Killer" Kempthorn would
be ready to start against the Spar-
tan eleven.
Backs Gene Derricotte, Tom
Peterson, and Walt Teninga

AFTER REGISTRATION WEEK
L lUB witiSne I uic on
COLUMBIA RECORDS

shared the kicking assignments
as all three tried punts and con-
versions.
The Michigan coaching staff
had the squad repeat passing and
running plays until they were sat-
isfied that the line, as well as the
backfield, was up on all points of
ball handling and individual
blocking assignments.
* * *
UTILIZING the "B" team, Oos-
terbaan emphasized pass defense
in anticipation of the expected
aerial attack from Coach "Biggie"
Munn's Spartan eleven.
Signal drills, with Wolverine
quarterbacks, Pete Elliott and
Bill Bartlett leading what is
considered to be the Michigan
starting eleven, rounded out the
afternoon's session.
In preparation for the dedica-
tion game of State's newly en-
larged Macklin Field Stadium,
Coach Oosterbaan will devote to-
day's workout to light drills and
a blackboard session. The team
is expected to depart for East
Lansing sometime Saturday morn-
ing.
THE CONCENSUS of opinion of
those watching yesterday's prac-
tice was that Michigan had more
to fear from overconfidence than
from anything the Spartans might
bring against them in the game
itself.
To combat any slacking off by
the Wolverines Coach Ooosterbaan
and his staff have allowed no
mention of past results to figure
in the Wolverine workouts.

WALT TENINGA
... bolsters passing and punting
SEYMOUR SONKIN, Night Editor

(By The Associated Press)
The Yankees' drive to make it a
three-way tie for the American
League lead sliced into the rough
yesterday as the New Yorkers suf-
fered a 4-2 loss to the Chicago
White Sox in their final game in
the West.
As a result of the defeat, the
1947 World Champions dropped a
full game behind the Boston Red
Sox and Cleveland Indians as they
started home to begin an all-im-
portant three-game series with the
Boston club in New York tomor-
row.
The combination of a 31-year-
old southpaw, Frank Papish, and
chilly, windy weather that limtied
the crowd to 2,746 stopped the
Bronx Bombers today. Papish
yielded only six hits while Ed Lo-
pat, who prefers to pitch in hot

BAA, BAA, BAA:
Penn State Coach Cries
As Talent Goes Astray

weather, gave up five painful blows
and three runs in the fourth in-
ning.
Papish, who had lost six games
in a row, turned in his second
complete game of the season and
his second victory against eight
losses. He received no little aid
from the wind which blew in from
the outfield. The Yanks didn't
even threaten Papish seriously ex-
cept in their two scoring innings
and they left ten men stranded
on the bases.
* * *
Other games in the American
League saw the Detroit Tigers
score four runs in the last two
innings to overcome Philadelphia,
while the Senators edged St. Louis,
9-8, in a night game.
In the senior circuit, Brooklyn
whipped the New York Giants,
7-1, to remain mathematically in
the flag race, while the Phils lost
to Cincinnati, 3-2. Either a Bos-
ton victory or a Dodger loss will
eliminate the Flatbush nine.
Games To Play
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston-At home; New York 2,
Washington 3. Away-New York
3.
Cleveland - At home: Detroit
3, Chicago 2. Away-Detroit 3.
New York-At home: Boston 3.
Away-Boston 2, Philadelphia 3.
NATIONAL LEAGUE'
Boston-At home : New York 2.
Away-Brooklyn 3, New York 3.
St. Louis-At home: Chicago 3,
Pittsburgh 3; Away-Chicago 3.
Brooklyn-At home: Boston 3,
Philadelphia 2. Away-Philadel-
phia 2.

AMIVILJAN LEAG.UE
W L Pct.
Cleveland ... 91 55 .623
Boston .......91 55 .623
New York ... 90 56 .616
Philadelphia . 83 67 .553
Detroit.......74 72 .507
St. Louis .... 56 88 .389
Washington . 53 95 .359
Chicago.......47 97 .323
TODAY'S GAMES

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Biston ......
St. Louis ....
Brooklyn
Pittsburgh
New York ...
Philadelphia
Cincinnati ...
Chicago.....

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Boston at New York-Parnell
(14-7) or Galehouse (8-7) vs.
Raschi (19-7)
Cleveland at Detroit-Lemon
(20-12) vs. Hutchinson (12-10)
Chicago at St. Louis (night)
-Gettel (6-12) vs. Garver (7-0).

TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago-Breecheen
(18-7) vs. Chambers (1-8)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (night)
-Wehmeier (9-8) vs. Ostermuel-
1er (8-9)

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He was verbally hepped up over
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Higgins moaned that there are
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the state for their college educa-
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therly love in Philadelphia, and
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It's warming to this cold heart
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