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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBERS, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Maglie Opens Against Ford;

Phi Gams, Sig Eps Win in I-M Football

President to Attend Game
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mates last week when he dropp
Sal Maglie, Brooklyn's 39-year- a fly ball in a losing game w:
old "comeback kid," faces Whitey Philadelphia.
Ford, the New York Yankees' left- Ph d(-)hiad
handed ace in the opener of the Ford (19-6) beat the Dodg
seventh Dodger-Yank World Series twice last year, both times
today at Ebbets Field. Yankee Stadium, and lasted or
President Eisenhower will be in one inning in 1953 at Ebbets Fie
aboxrerent E how r dugout. nFew.. southpaws have beaten t
a box near the home dugout. Dodgers at Ebbets Field.
- Yanks Favored *
Although the Yanks finally were Newcombe vs Larsen?
beaten by the Dodgers last fall in Stengel indicated Don Lars
seven games and must play the (11-5) will be his second-gar
first two games in enemy terri- pitcher although he added t
tory, the oddsmakers rate the Am- reservation:
&ican League champions 3-2 fav- "If we win the first, I mig
orites to win the best-of-seven change my mind."
eries. Alston said Don Newcombe (2
Fair weather with temperatures 7) would be Brooklyn's secon
ound 65 was forecast for game game starter.
rme at 12 p.m. EST. There were no surprises in Ste
Maglie, rescued from the scrap gel's starting lineup or battli
heap when he was acquired on order.
waivers from Cleveland in mid-
May, has been a doubtful starter
becaue ofa:siff arm.W::n:'e' S tresses
told Manager Walter -Alston heM
was ready at Tuesday's final work-
out, Maglie got the nod.
"My shoulder is a little stiff,"
said Maglie. "But I am sure it will
be okay tomorrow."
Gives Dodgers Life Defense was heavily stressed
It was Maglie who inspired the yesterday's drills as the Wolverir
Brooks to their driving finish that prepare for the decisive contest
finally won the pennant from Mil- be 'played this coming Saturday.
waukee on the final day of the Coach Bennie Oosterbaan r
season.
The "barber" from Niagara. Falls, his reserves through a simulat
N Y., threw a no-hitter at Phila- MSU ground and aerial attack a
delphia a week ago and started the the first and second squads alt
Dodgers on the way to a vital nated in observing and then tryil
doubleheader sweep over Pitts- to stop the play.
burgh by winning Saturday's first Pass Defense Weak
game.
Maglie (13-5) will be working Against the running game
with only three days' rest. How- trouble developed, but some wea
ever. he has done the same thing ness was shown on pass defen
ifi his two most recent starts in- Several receivers got in the cl
eluding the no-hitter. for substantial gains.
Because of Sandy Amoros' two Terry Barr was missing fr(
home runs Sunday and his hot yesterday's session. The first stri
batting .streak, .Alston decided to right half-back developed a c
usse the lefthanded batting out- of hemorrhoids and is undergo
ielder against a lefthanded pitch- treatment. The seriousness of t
er for the first time, condition is as yet unknown.
Amoros, who made the sensa- Jim Pace, carefully nursing
ional running catch in the sev- painful charley horse, showed
wth game of last fall's series, had late, but said his injury felt a
:een widely criticized by his own better. Jim Van Pelt's passi

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By GARY PECK
Whitewashes, penalties and loose
ballhandling were the order of the
day as I-M fraternity football got
off to a fine start.
The Phi Gamma Delta-Phi Sig-
ma Kappa tilt, one of the high-
lights of yesterday's football action,
was riddled with penalties. Both
teams exhibited good blocking, but
the Phi Gams used their faster
moving offense to conquer the Phi
Sigs, 6-d.
Jack Wheeler, Phi Gam quarter-
back, passed to end Gene Honey-
man for the touchdown.
In another important game,
Larry LaVercombe of Sigma Phi

Epsilon tossed a touchdown pass
to end Fred Potter to defeat Chi
Phi, 7-0. Sig Ep combined a hard,
fast, running attack with an ade-
quate passing game.
Sigma Chi trounced a hapless
Trigon seven, 14-0, with Ken Tip-
pery, Captain of the Michigan
baseball team, hitting on two
touchdown passes. Sigma Chi also
demonstrated a hard running at-
tack.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon downed a
determined Phi Kappa Tau squad,
1-0, in overtime. SAE appeared to
be running away with the game,
but just weren't able to score until
overtime.

In what may be called the most
enjoyable game of the afternoon,
Delta Tau Delta downed a tricky
Kappa Sigma team, 6-0. The game
was a see-saw battle until the last
few minutes when the Delts took
advantage of loose ball handling
by the Kappa Sigs and scored on a
pass from Bob Penier to Jack Dim-
rest.
Scores of other games: Theta
Chi 19, Phi Kappa Epsilon 7; Al-
pha Epsilon Pi 6, Theta Xi 0; Al-
pha Delta Phi 7, Phi Sigma Delta
0; Pi Lambda Phi 7, Beta Theat
Pi 0; Tau Delta Phi 15, Delta Sig-
ma Phi, 0.

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hand improved enough so 'that he
could remove the bandages.
Smith Nurses Ankle
The only limping lineman was
second string tackle Willie Smith
whose ankle was bothering him.
He participated in all the drills but
The ULLR Ski Club will hold
its first meeting, of the year to-
day at 8 p.m. in the Union. All
students interested in the club
are invited to attend.
-John F. Smith, Pres.
line coach Jack Blott reported that
he was "only operating at 75%."
Practice wound up with a switch
to offense. The first two units ran
through a series of plays in a
dummy scrimmage.

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Phyicits nd Mthematicians

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By AL WINKELSTEIN
Something new has been added
to grace the Michigan sports scene.
With the formation of the Mich-
igan Women's Swimming team, for
the first time in Michigan's recent
history, women will be able to
compete on an intercollegiate ba-
s-is.,
The group will officially launch
its season with an organizational
meeting next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
in the lobby of the WAA pool.
Sooner} Coach to Aid
Mrs. Rose Mary Dawson, daugh-
ter of Matt Mann, former great
Michigan swimming coach, will
coach the new group. Mann will
serve as an advisory coach until
he has to leave to take up his men-
tor duties at Oklahoma.
Mrs. Dawson urged that "all
girls who are interested and will-
ing to work come to the organiza-
tional meeting." She stressed that
interest and willingness are more
important than ability.
"It is a new team and we are
hopeful that we will be able to
build it up so that in the near fu-
ture Michigan will be a leader in

women's swimming" commented
Mrs. Dawson.
Eventually the team has hopes
of rivaling the Lafayette, Ind.
Swimming Club, associated with
Purdue as the outstanding wo-
men's collegiate group in the
country.
This year's squad has made
plans to have home and home
meets with Michigan State and
Bowling Green. It also plans to
swim against some of the Detroit
Women's Clubs and the Saginaw
Club.
All Coeds Eligible
Blanche Mueller, the team's
manager, pointed out that unlike
men's intercollegiate rules which
restrict intercollegiate athletics to
the three years following the
freshman year, any coed is eli-
gible to participate, regardless of
class standing.
She added, "We have girls who
now form the nucleus of the team
ranging from entering freshmen to
a sophomore in med school."
Further information may be ob-
tained by calling Miss Mueller at
Martha Cook dormitory.

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