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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,195$

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ThURSDAY. SEPTEMTBER 20, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?AG!? FTVK

Dodgers

Win, Lengthen

Lead

66

RA1EIDEA[J - HARRIS

Betzig Retires; Glass New
Assistant Wrestling Coach

Newcombe Annexes 25th;
Milwaukee Tilt Rained Out

With the retirement of Bob
Betzig, Michigan's wrestling coach,
Cliff Keen has announced the ap-
pointment of Brad Glass as as-
sistant wrestling coach for the
coming season.
Betzig, who has served under
Keen-for three years, has taken
a position of chief engineer with'
the R & B Tool Co. of Saline,
Michigan. Keen spoke for the
team in saying, "We're going to
miss Bob."
"Fortunate to Have Brad"
The Wolverine mat coach then
added that he was "fortunate to
have Brad." Keen briefly outlined
Glass' life as one of many athletic
hxonors and championships.
Glass won his first honors at
New Trier High School in his
home town of Winnetka, Illinois.
Ee was state heavyweight wrest-
ling champ for two years in the
Illinois circles.
Ent~ering Princeton after high

school graduation, Glass contin-
aed his wrestling, and added foot-
ball to his list of honors. He was
NCAA he a vyweight wrestling
champ in 1953, and was picked as
an All-American guard by some
sportswriters.
After Princeton came three
years in the Navy. Now, besides
Aelphig Keen with the wrestling
team, Glass is enrolled in the
Michigan Law School.
Trying For Three
The Wolverine wrestlers have
two straight Big Ten champion-
ships under their belts, and will
be trying for a third this year un-
der the supervision of Keen and
Glass.
Last year's captain and Big Ten
champion, Mike Rodriguez, is
captain again this year and a fa-
vorite to repeat. as 157-pound
champ.

DON NEWCOMBE
. 25

-AM

SPORT SHORTS
by the Associated Press
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Four
sophomores were named yesterday
as likely Notre Dame starters in
the season football opener against
Southern Methodist at Dallas
Saturday night.
They are Al Ecuyer of New Or-
leans, right guard; Robert We-
toska, Minneapolis, right tackle;
Gary Myers, Spokane, Wash.
right end, and Norman Odyniec,
areensboro, N. C., fullback.
C* s
32 to Go
CHICAGO (P) -- If the remark-
able Ted Williams of the Boston
Red Sox is to edge New York's
Mickey Mantle and win his fifth
American League batting title
this season, he will have to get to
bat officially at least 32 times in
Boston's 8 remaining games.
Next year, it could be different,
with a move afoot to count all
plate appearances, including
walks, sacrifice hits, etc., in the at
bat total for championship rating.
But league President Will Har-
ridge ascertained Wednesday that
the present scoring rule requiring
400 official AB's would be "strict-
ly" observed.
At the moment, Williams with
135 hits in 372 official trips for a
.355 average holds a fvie-point
margin over Mantle, who has 181
hits in 517 AB's for .350.
According to unofficial statis-
tics, Williams has walked 90 times
and been given 11 intentional
walks through Sept. 9 against 106
strolls and 6 intentional passes
for Mantle through Sept. 13.

By The Associated Press
BROOKLYN -- Don Newcombe
became Brooklyn's first 25-game
winner in 32 years as the Dodgers
rolled up their highest run total of
the year to overwhelm the St.
houis Cardinals, 17-2, yesterday
and grasp a half-game lead over
Milwaukee.
The Braves-Pirates game last
night was postponed because of
rain.
The big righthander, whose only
defeat in his last 17 decisions since
July 4 was a 1-0 loss to Johnny
Antonelli and the New York
Giants, was a one-man gang as
the Dodgers clubbed five Red-
bird hurlers for 17 hits, including
four home runs and four doubles.
Clouts Two Homers
Newcombe hurled only seven in-
nings before Manager Walter Al-
ston decided to rest his ace pitch-
er for the tough grind ahead. Be
fore he left, however, he not only
had stifled the Cards with seven
hits, but he had clouted two home
runs and a single to drive in three
runs. In addition, he stole a base
and executed a fine defensive play.
Redlegs Bounce Back
PHILADELPHIA (M-Refusing
to count themselves out of the
torrid National League pennant
race, the Cincinnati Redlegs swept
both ends of a twi-night double-
header from the Philadelphia
Phillies last night, moving up
to four games behind the front-
running Brooklyn Dodgers.
Tom Acker pitched a three-hit-
ter to give the Redlegs a 6 to 0
riightcap victory after Johnny
Klippstein won the opener 6 to 3.
* *
Tigers Win
DETROIT - Al Kaline hit his
26th home run and three singles
and right hander Frank Lary won
his 19th game yesterday as the
Detroit Tigers thrashed the Bal-
timore Orioles, 9-1, in 50-degree
weather.
The smallest Briggs Stadium
crowd of the year, 1,435, boosted
Tiger home attendance over the
million mark for the 11th time in
12 seasons.
Ray Boone also homered for the
Tigers with a man aboard in the
fourth. It was his 23rd of the sea-
son. It was the Tigers' 12th vic-
tory in their last 13 starts.
* * *
Athletics Triumph
KANSAS CITY - Harry Suit-

case' Simpson blasted an eighth
inning grand slam home run that
broke up a pitching battle
Wednesday between Dave Sisler
and Wally Burnette as the Kan-
sas City Athletics downed Boston,
S-1.
Sisler, who had pitched a four-
hitter for seven innings, lost his
control in the eighth, walking
Burnette and Hector Lopez. Then
Billy Klaus put Sisler in the hole
with an error on Lou Skizas'
grounder to load the bases with
cne out.
This set the stage for Simpson's
400-foot clout. When Hal Smith
followed with a double, Rudy
Minarcin came in and got Eddie
Robinson before rookie Jim Posoni
hit another home run.
Indians Whitewash Nats
CLEVELAND - Only 365 fans
in Cleveland's mammoth Munici-
pal Stadium saw Bob Lemon hurl
his 20th victory as the Indians
handed the Washington Nationals
a third straight shutout, 6-0, yes-
terday.
The game was called at the end
of seven innings because of rain.
'* * *
Giants Sweep
NEW YORK - The New York
Giants moved within a game of
sixth place yesterday, sweeping a
doubleheader from the last place
Chicago Cubs, 7-2, and 3-2.
Six Cub errors eased the Giants
home in the opener. In the night-
cap, New York used one hit and
four walks to come from behind
with two runs in the sixth inning.
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