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THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1949

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Wolverines
PrepA tack
For Indians
Although they have a good deal
to work on and polish up before
tackling Stanford's amazing eleven
next Saturday, Michigan's gridders
just went through a very light
workout in yesterday's practice
session.
After a short session of signal
drills and a minimum of contact
work, the team went indoors to
All trackmen, freshman or
varsity, who intend to run
cross country or track this year
are asked to attend a meeting
at 4:15 p.m. today at Ferry
Field. Varsity candidates re-
port to Don Canham, freshmen
see Elmer Swanson.
-Don Canham.
view the movies of Saturday's con-
test to see for themselves what
took place.
* * *
WHAT WILL receive the most
work in the following drills this
week is ironing out the kinks in
the offensive pattern.
Baffled by State's eight-man
line most of the game, the Wol-
verines must work to counter-
act that defense, which proved
so effective against them and
which they will probably run
into again before the season is
over.
Head coach Bennie Oosterbaan
said after the game, "Once you
get by a line like that you've only
got three men to beat," which
might be the cue to see the Wol-
verines take to the air should such
a situation be encountered again.
Michigan has only two days of
practice left here before leaving
for California Thursday.
Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W. L. Pct. G.B.
St. Louis.........95 54 .638..
Brooklyn ........94 56 .627 1%
Philadelphia ....79 72 .523 17
Boston ..........73 77 .487 22%/2
New York ........73 78 .483 23
Pittsburgh ......67 82 .450 28
Cincinnati .......60 90 .400 35
Chicago .........59 91 .393 36
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W. L. Pet. G.B.
Boston ..........94 55 .631 ..
New York.......93356 .624 1
Detroit..........87 64 .576 8
Cleveland ........83 65 .561 10/2
Philadelphia .....79 70 .530 15
Chicago .........82 86 .419 31%
St. Louis .......51 100 .338 44
Washington .....48 101 .322 46-

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