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THMSDAY, SEPTEBUER 21,1956

THE MCMGAN DAILY

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Phils Dump Brooks, 7-3;

Barr Stars as Gridders
Stress Offense in Drills

Sport Shorts
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Braves'
By The Associated Press
Robin Roberts threw a dark
blanket over Brooklyn's pennant
hopes yesterday by pitching the
Philadelphia Phillies to a 7-3 vic-
tory that dumped the desperate
Dodgers a full game behind the
league-leading Milwaukee Braves.
The defeat, witnessed by 7,847
stunned spectators in cold, wind-
swept Ebbets Field, cast a pall
over the Dodgers, who had pinned
their hopes for a first-place tie
on the shoulders of their 26-game
winning ace, Don Newcombe.
Newcombe, however, working
with only two day's rest following
his five- hour, rain -interrupted
pitching chore in Pittsburgh Sun-
day, was not quite up to it. He
was excused at the end of five
innings, trailing, 4-2, after having
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Milwaukee ...91 60 .603 - 3
Brooklyn ....90 61 .596 1 3
Cincinnati .. .89 63 .586 2Y 2
been bashed for five of Philadel-
phia's 10 hits.
Anoros Muffs Fly
Although Newcombe obviously
showed the effects of his marathon
job in Pittsburgh, he;might have
fared better were it not for Sandy
Amoros' glaring muff of Elmer
Valo's routine fly to left in the
second inning. The Phils took ad-
vantage of this unexpected aid by
jumping on Newcombe for three

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throwing 43 home run balls to top
his own record of o41 set last year.
Other Games
In the only other scheduled Na-
tional League game, Chicago eked
out a 13 inning decision from St.
Louis, 3-2. Baltimore's Charley
Beamon, making his first major
league start, held the mighty New
York. Yankees to four hits as the
Orioles won, 1-0, to thwart Whitey
Ford's try for his 20th win.
In other action the Tigers, be-
hind the three-hit pitching of Paul
Foytack, downed Chicago, 4-1, Bos-
ton closed out its home season
with an 8-4 win over Washington,
and Cleveland dropped Kansas
City, 8-4.
There are no games scheduled
today in either league. ,

Michigan polished its offensive'
and defensive patterns yesterday
as Coach Bennie Oosterbaan sent
his boys through a stiff two hour
dummy scrimmage.
With only three days remaining
before the season's opener with
UCLA, the Wolverines concen-
trated their efforts on offense.
Defensive drills against expected
UCLAn plays had- featured the
scrimmages earlier in the week.
Running especially well was sen-
ior Terry Barr, at the right half-
back post.
Only recently has Barr been able
to remove the tape that, shackled
him throughout last year and
since then his running and cutting
have been a revelation. He was
also a principle target for the
passes of Bob Ptacek and Jim Pace.
Another bright spot in the work-
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out was the running of sophomore
fullback John Herrnstein, who
bolted through the middle of the
line like a halfback.
The passing attack was diversi-
fied, with most of the backs get-
ting a chance to throw the ball.
At times the passing was spotty,
as the passers over shot their
marks.
Defensive drills were limited to
pass defense and 'defensive line
play.
Returning to the wars for the
first time in about a week, Marv
Nyren saw plenty of action at
right guard. Nyren's ankle injury
was described by Trainer Jim Hunt
mainly as a "nuisance injury," but
it is not serious enough to keep
him out of action Saturday.

NEW YQRK ()-Babe Didrik-
son Zaharias, ill of cancer in John
Sealy Hospital at Galveston, Tex.,
Wednesday was presented with a
plaque by The Associated Press
proclaiming her yesterday the
"greatest woman athlete" in the
AP's famous mid-century poll.
, * *
Sailing Club.Meets
The first open. meeting of the
Sailing Club will be held tonight
at 7:30 at the Union.
Anyone interested in sailing is

urged to attend. No previous sail-
ing experience or knowledge of
boats is necessary, as the club wel-
comes all newcomers. A full sched-
ule of events is planned for the
year. Details will be given tonight.
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DUKE SNIDER
... slams two homers

There will be a meeting of all
men interested in becoming
[ntra-mural football officials
at the I-M Building at 4 p.m.
today.
-Shel Chambers
Field Supervisor

ROBIN ROBERTS
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runs, two of them unearned, to
overcome a 1-0 deficit.
With only three games to play,
the, Dodgers now find themselves
behind the Braves in the impor-
tant lost column for the first time
in nearly two weeks.
Duke Snider, the National
League's home run leader, smashed
two homers and a double to, in-
crease his homer output to 41.
The pair of homers also gave Rob-
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