SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1948
THE MICHIGAN DATLY
By MURRAY GRANT
Michigan State's Sparta nz
might have lost themselves a foot-
ball game yesterday, but they cer-
tainly won themselves a place in
big time football circles.
Macklin Stadium is the last
word in modern arenas, with a
seating capacity of 50,000. Made
of poured concrete over structural
steel the new structure is a model
of modern engineering.
Wolverine Coach Bennie Oos-
terbaan wasn't exactly the hap-
piest man in the world after the
struggle, but as he munched an
apple he did say "I'm glad that
this one is over. We made a lot of
nistakes, mostly on offense, and
hey'll have to be corrected."
He called Michigan State an
'inspired club" in the second half
end said Biggie Munn had done a
Tne job with his Spartan eleven.
Probably the most disputed play
)f the game came when Hank Mi-
aarik scored Michigan State's
,ouchdown. From here the play
vent like this: Lynn Chandnoih
hrew into the end zone and Wald
'eninga leaped high into the aih
'o intercept. At that instant Mi-
_arik stole the ball from him an
:he officials ruled it a touchdown.
The rule governing this situa-
ion states that when a ball i,
,aught simultaneously by two op-
posing players the pass is com-
pleted. But if a pass is intercept-
ed in the end zone a touch-
back is scored, the play is
immediately over and the opposi-
tion is awarded the ball on their
20-yard line. There'll be lots of
discussion about this one.
Gene Derricotte and Johnny
Ghindia both were sidelined with
sprains in the left knees. Both
men reported after the game that
there was nothing seriously
Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W. L. Pet. G.B. TP W. L. Pet. G.B. TP
oston . . . .. . 92 56 .622 . ..6Boston ......86 60 .589 ... 7
Cleveland ....92 56 .622 ... 6 Brooklyn . . . .81 67 .547 6 6
New York . ..91 57 .615 1 6 PittLouish . . .7 68 .53 6/2 7
Philadelphia .83 66 .557' 9% 5 New York .76 72 .514 1126
Detroit ...... 74 73 .503 17o7 7--
St. Louis . .. .57 89 .390 34 8 Philadelphia .64 85 .430 231/2 5
Washington . .53 95 .358 39 5 Cincinnati . . .62 84 .425 24 7
Chicago .....48 98 .329 43/2 7 Chicago .....61 86 .415 25% 7
Yesterday's Results New York 3, Boston 2.
Cricago 3, St. Louis 2.
Cleveland 9, Detroit 3. (Brooklyn 3, Philadelphia 0.
Boston 7, New York 2. Pittsburgh 16, Cincinnati 6.
St. Louis 7, Chicago 2. Today's Games
Today's Games New York at Boston-Jansen
(18-11) vs. Bickford (9-5).
Boston at New York-Parnell Cincinnati at Pittsburgh-(2)--
(14-7) or Dobson (16-9) vs. Byrne Cress (0-0) and Petersen (2-14).
(7-4). vs. McLish (0-0) and Bonham (6-
Cleveland at Detroit-Feller (17- 10).
14) vs. Newhouser (19-11). Brooklyn at Philadelphia-Pal-
Chicago at St. Louis-Pieretti ica (7-6) vs. Roberts (7-8).
(8-12) vs. Ostrowski (4-5). St. Louis at Chicago-Brazle (8-
(Only games scheduled). 6) vs. Rush (5-10).
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