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"E MICHIGAN DAILY

TMMSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1956

THE MIChIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, S~TTEMBER 20, 1956

re- Aass
Oosterbaan Concentrates
On Finding Rough Spots
By JIM BAD A
their time between heavy contact
Head Football Coach Bennie drills and the important task of
Oosterbaan concentrated chiefly'-
Qoserbanconentatd ciefy1learning their blocking assign-
on polishing up his team's mechan- ments to theletter.
ical efficiency in yesterday's morn-
ing and afternoon practice sessions Injuries have been light for
at Ferry Field. Michigan all fall. The only casual-
Due to the start of classes today, ty so far has been third string
yesterday's action marked the end center Bill MacPhee. MacPhee was
of the twice-a-day practice which out all last year with a knee in-
began the first of September. All jury and it forced him to the side
sessions have been closed to the lines again this fall.
public to date and the coaching - One of the reasons for the lack of
staff will continue this policy, of the usual turned ankles and
turning away all who do not carry wrenched knees of fall practice has
a pass. been the introduction of the
Yesterday afternoon the Wolver- square, tapered cleat replacing the
ine backfield spent nearly all its conventional round one.
time running through plays, put- The new cleat doesn't dig in as
ting most of the emphasis on de- far as the round one did, thus
ceptive ball handling and speed. eliminating much of the injury
Ron Kramer, whose position of caused by jerky movement.
play had been previously uncertain,
seems-to be headed back to his old
position at end as he worked out
in this slot again yesterday.
Both ground attack and passing
were accentuated in the sharpen-P
ing up drills. Noticeable in the
ground work were both John Night Editor
Herrnstein and Bob Ptacek. TheH
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Tiger President Denies
Kuenn Will Be Manager

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Quarterbacks Jim Maddock and football manage
Jim Van Pelt were doing much of terested please
the passing although Ptacek and Lundquist at Fe
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D E T R O I T ()-The Boston'
Globe said today that shortstop
Harvey Kuenn will be named man-
ager of the Detroit Tigers for 1957,
but Fred Knorr, who becomes pres-
ident of the Tigers on Oct. 1, de-
nied the report.
"People are just shooting in the
dark," said Knorr. "There has been
no decision reached and there posi-
tively will be no announcement of
any kind until after Oct. 1.
Boston Globe Sports Editor Jerry
Nason, in a page one story yester-
day, said the 26-year-old Tiger
shortstop- will be named Sunday,
Sept. 30 to succeed Bucky Harris.
Kuenn told the Associated Press
"I know nothing about any such
job and have not given it any
thought. I'm concerned about play-
ing shortstop."
Nason said Kuenn would take
over for Harris, and that the vet-
eran skipper would accept a job as
assistant general manager with the
Boston Red Sox. Joe Cronin, the
Red Sox general manager, said
Monday he did not contact the 60-
year-old Harris about a job.
Knorr said he and John Fetzer;
who will be chairman of the new
Tiger board of directors, and the
Don Faurot
f Missouri
ill Retire
COLUMBIA, Mo. ({) - Don
Faurot announced last night that
he will step down as football
coach at the University of Mis-
souri at the end of the 1956 sea-
son to devote full time to his du-
ties as athletic director.
He has been football coach at
Missouri nearly 19 years.
Faurot made the announcement
at a meeting of his varsity and
freshman football squads.
Faurot is best known as the in-
ventor of the sliding, or split-T
Football offense.
There had been rumors of Faur-
ot's intentions to turn in the
coaching harness since late in the
1955 season, Missouri's worst in
18 campaigns under Faurot.
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current president, Spike Briggs,
"have not had time to discuss a
possible manager for 1957."
Briggs was en route to New York
for baseball meetings and was not
available for comment on Nason's
report.

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By The Associated Press,
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State linemen, unlike the backs
and ends, are still getting a dull
dose of hard-hitting work in foot-
ball practice.
Defensive line coach Lou Agase
is conducting the daily sessions
aimed at separating the men from
the boys. The burly linemen often
gang up two on one as a special
test of toughness.
"We're looking mainly for the
second and third level men now,"
Agase said, "and this is the only
way to find them."
A few inevitable minor injuries
have resulted from the hard con-
tact work. Joe Carruthers, a ju-
nior from Detroit in the fight for
first string tackle, bruised a knee
and will be slowed for a few days.
Russ Kelly, sophomore guard from
Muskegon, sustained an elbow
sprain.
At another part of the field,
end coach Bob Devaney has been
conducting long drills on pass de-
fense. Stanford, their first oppo-
nent, throws from an open or,
spread formation and the quarter-
back does all the throwing. The
passes, are thrown to ends, who
may go out as flankers, and backs
as well, to complicate the defense
planning.'
"We know they will do a lot of
Tambrel
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (p)-
First-string Maryland quarterback
Frank Tamiburello appealed to
Selective Service officials in Wash-
ington again Wednesday to defer
him from the draft .
Tamburello, now under orders
to report for induction at Balti-
more on Oct. 1, said later he would
not play in 'the Terrapins' foot-
ball opener agaihst Syracuse this
Saturday unless he is deferred.
Just entering a game this sea-
son would bar Tamburello from
playing again once he got out of
the service. Tamburello said he
would rather save his year's eligi-
bility If the draft call is allowed
to stana.

passing, and want to be as ready
as possible," said coach Duffy
Daugherty.
Hard to Stop
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indi-
ana football coach Bernie Crim-
mins said Wednesday that Willie
Jones, 184-pouna sophomore, is
"going to be a hard man to keep
out of" the starting left halfback
spot.
Crimmins says that the elusive
Grid Ducat
Distribution
ISuccess
By JOHN HHLYER
Michigan Athletic Ticket Man-
ager Don Weir yesterday expressed
satisfaction with the new method
of distributing student football
tickets.
Under the new system, the du-
cats are given out on a first-come-
first-served basis, with students
being able to pick up their passes
in the order in which they register.
"The University follows the al-
phabetical order, so why shouldn't
ticket distribution do the same?"
Weir emphasized, in reply to some
complaint on the part of students.
As for the wide-spread rumor
that the "Block 'M'" flash-card
section has been moved to the end-
zone, Weir cleared this up by
pointing out that it has been
moved just one section to the
north, which is far from being in
the end zone.
Three contests are now sellouts,
but none of the others are "in
danger" of being sold out in the
immediate future.
Two of these three are the
Wolverines' two away games -
Ohio State, which was sold out
by the end of June, and Iowa, the
tickets for which were gone about
10 days ago.
In addition, the Michigan State
contest, which will be played in
Ann Arbor, was a sellout by the
middle of July.
The capacity of Michigan
Stadium has been raised from last
season's 97,239 to 101,001.

Jones is 'challenging returning
starter Barry Johnson for the first
string berth,
Lettermen Return
LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Two senior
lettermen, fullback Stan Eaton
and end Steve Chernicky, re-
turned to the Purdue football
squad yesterday after being side-
lined with injuries.
However, the Boilermakers have
teriporarily lost senior tackle
Dominic Picco, who was called
home by his fathers death.
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Chicago ....80
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Detroit .....77
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Washington 58
Kansas City 48

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Yesterday's Results
Kansas City 8, Boston 1
Detroit 9, Baltimore 1
C I e v e I a n d 6, Washington 0
(game called at end of sixth,
rain)
Chicago and New York not
scheduled.
Today's Games
No games scheduled

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Brooklyn ...88
Milwaukee ..88
Cincintiati . .85
St. Louis ....73
Philadelphia 68
Pittsburgh ..62
New York ...62
Chicago ....57

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Yesterday's Results
. Brooklyp 17, St. Louis 2
Cincinnati 6-6, Philadelphia 3-0
New York 7-3, Chicago 2-2
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, post-
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