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'M' To Hold Stadium Scrimmage
By RUDE IUFAZIO
The thumping of f ootb all
against turf and shoulder pad
againsf shoulder pad will echo
through 101,000 empty seats to-
day in the Michigan Stadium as
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan sends
his Wolverines into their last sta-
dium scrimmage before the sea-
The battle, which is closed to
the public, will serve as a prelude
to the home curtain raiser against
Georgia, two weeks hence.
The scrimmage could be des-
cribed as a dress rehearsal. Oos-
terbaan takes his show on a one
day stand next week in Los An-
glees before he brings it back
home before the "critics, against
Oosterbaan to Watch
Oosterbaan is going to sit in the
wings for the rehearsal and let
his assistant directors iron out any
last minute missed cues.
The show will be under stan-
dard conditions with four acts
taking about two hours. Of course
if Oosterbaan does not like what
he sees he may call the troupe
back for encores.
The cast will be divided up as
usual into the Blues and the Reds.
Today however, the Blues will
wear the white uniforms they will
wear on their California tour.
In preparation for next Satur-
day's show Oosterbaan has sent
assistant coaches Bob Hollway
and Matt Patanelli to the west
coast to scout the reception com-
mittee at Southern California.
Assistant Don Dufek is in At-
lanta to get a line on the Bull-
dogs Georgia is bringing up for
the home opener the following
Yesterday Oosterbaan worked
with passing attack and defense
in preparation for today's full
Jack Blott's line worked alone
on its attack and defense.
The entire squad worked for the
second day under gloomy skies
but fortunately they were not a
foreshadowing of things to come.
The entire team left practice with
no new injuries and the old ones
If the gloom remains, today's
show goes as scheduled. If, how-
ever, the stadium is the scene of
a torrential downpour the team
will move to the seclusion of
walled Ferry Field.
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St. Louis 85 61 .582
Brooklyn 81 67 .547
Cincinnati '76 70 .5211
Philadelphia 73 75 493
New York 68 80 .459
Chicago 58 88 .397
Pittsburgh 58 90 .392<
Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn 2
Milwaukee 9, Chicago 3
St. Louis 7, Cincinnati 5
New York at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Cincinnati
r Philadelphia at Brooklyn
New York at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee at Chicago
... first to win 20
By SI COLEMAN
Today marks the start of one
of America's sports colossals --
Beginning today and continuing:
to the bowl games, countless num-
bers of fans will be .treated to the
great spectacle that collegiate
Stretching from the largest and
usually victorious powerhouses,
such as Oklahoma,1 all the way
down to the small local colleges
which are relatively unknown,
football wherever it is played pre-
sents its own particular brand of
emotion and entertainment.'
Sooners Play Top Game
The top game on card today is
the intersectional tilt between
Oklahoma and Pittsburgh. Peren-
nially strong Oklahoma is once
again being tabbed by most experts
as having a good chance to finish
number one in the, country.
But Pittsburgh, one of the stal-
warts of the East, is powerful, and
if any team this year stops Okla-
homa's victorious skein, it could
very well be the Panthers.
travels to Atlanta to engage Bobby
Dodd's Georgia Tech squad. This
game raises the curtain on compe-
tition in the Southeast Conference.
Baylor Bows In
Baylor, one of the teams vying
for top honors in the Southwest'
Conference, will play host toVil
Television will make its seaso
bow today offering Texas A
Michigan's opponent next WE
NSouthern California, travels no
to Portland, Ore., to play the
fending champions of the Pac
Coast Conference, Oregon StaV
Two Contenders Meet
In a game which could pos:
determine the Atlantic Coast C
ference representative to
Orange Bowl, South Carolina pl
host to Duke.
Georgia, another future opp
ent of Michigan's, also opens
season today.-The Bulldogs opr
the Texas Longhorns.
- Coach Frank Broyles, one
;the- coaches at Georgia Tech
'season, makes his head coact.
debut for Missouri. The Ti
travel to Nashville to play Vanc
other games scheduled for
big Saturday opener are: MI
(Fla,) at Houston; Kansas
Texas Christian; Rice at L
Virginia at West Virginia; N
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Boston 77 69 .527 16%
Detroit 75 70 .517 18
Baltimore 71 74 .90 22
Cleveland 71 74 :490 22
Kansas City 53 90 .371 39
Washington 54 92 .370 39
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New York 7, Boston 4
Cleveland 3, Chicago 2
Baltimore 1, Washington 0
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Boston at New York
Chicago at Cleveland.
Washington at Baltimore (N)
NEW YORK (P) -- All box
seats have been sold out for the
World Series at Yankee Sta-
CHICAGO -) - Lefty Warren
Spahn, although missing the fin-
ish, became the majors' first 20-
game winner this season as the
pennant-bound Milwaukee Braves
routed Bob Rush with a five-run
seventh for a 9-3 triumnph yester-
day over the Chicago Cubs.
St. Louis remained four games
behind the Braves with their '7-5
victory at Cincinnati.
The 36-year-old Spahn thus re-
corded the eighth 20-victory sea-
son of his career.
Milwaukee's fourth victory in a
row eliminated defending cham-
pion Brooklyn from the National
League pennant race.
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NEW YORK - Nelson Rocke-
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new Dodger stadium, but it was
turned down by Walter O'Malley,
Dodger president yesterday.
After the meeting Rockefeller
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leaving Brooklyn, and O'Malley
would not say.
Malzone Ineligible for Awa
NEW YORK - Frank Mal
Boston Red Sox third basems
not eligible for the Ames
League's rookie of. the year ho:
the board of directors of
Baseball Writers Assn. of Am
The board decided that
zone's 103 times at bat i
games last year disqualifies
Yanks Near Crown
\NEW YORK - The New
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games of clinching their
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a 7-4 win over the Boston
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