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October 04, 1957 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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in,

4-2,

Even

Series

c: :

miated Press
- Lew Burdette,
New York Yan-
in 1951, squared
for Milwaukee,
eating his old
e second game at
the Braves, hit-
.500 series aver-
e game-winning
rth inning. With
2-2, Joe Adcock
opened the inn-:

With a 2-2 count, Covington
dunked a single into short left.
that brought Adcock home with
the tie-breaking run. When Enos
Slaughter threw to third base,
trying to get Pafko, the ball got
away from rookie Tony Kubek
and rolled to the Braves' dugout
to let Pafko score.
Each team had scored in the
second and they traded homers in
the third as the score went to 2-2.
Johnny Logan's fly ball into the
fourth row of the lower stands in

left was countered by Hank
Bauer's towering drive deep into
the left field seats.
Aaron drove a long high fly to
deep center to start the second
inning. Mantle, apparently still
bothered by his bad left leg,
drifted back slowly. He seemed"
to have misjudged the ball and
made a final lunge too late. The
ball fell in for a triple.
It was a tough inning for Man-
tle. Adcock, next up, singled to
right center, scoring Aaron with
the first run. Mantle fumbled the
ball momentarily, then threw
hurriedly on the shortstop side of
second base. Adcock, a slow man
who suffered a broken leg in ear-
ly summer, lumbered into second
safely. The scorers charged Man-
tle with an error.

Crandall, c
Burdette, p
Totals
NEW YORK
Bauer, rf
McDougald, ss
Mantle, cf
Berra, c
Slaughter, if
Simpson, lb
Kubek, 3b
Coleman, 2b
b-Collins
Shantz, p
Ditmar, p
a-Lumpe
Grim, p
c-Howard
d-Richardson
Totals

3 0 1 5
e o
33 4 8 27]
AB R H O
5 1 1 3
4 0 0 2
3 0 0 2
3 1
2 0 1 1
1 0 0 0
1130
1 0 1 0
1 0 1 0
4 0 0 10
340212

0
4
13
A
0.
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7

GRID SELECTIONS
Come Friday and we have to bring out the consensus whether
we feel like bragging about its achievements or hiding our faces.
After last week's 11-9 record, we feel more like the latter, but our
"experts" have studied and restudied their sources and have come up
with the choices which you find below.
Along with The Daily's junior and senior sports editor's predictions
are those of Lynn Evans, this week's guest. He is the senior manager
of the football team and undoubtedly has first hand information on
one of the games mentioned below.
The winner will receive two tickets to the Michigan theater to
see "The Pride and The Passion" starring Sophia Loren, Cary Grant
and Frank Sinatra which will be featured there the coming week.
To enter the contest, all you have to do is select your favorites
from the 20 games listed below, pick the score of the Georgia-Michigan
game and get your entry to The Daily, 420 Maynard before 5 p.m.
today.

Best Bet - Cal A Vet"
ERAN'S CAB

NO 2-4477

3-4545

NO 3-5800j

BOX
MILWAUKEE
Schoendienst, 2b
Logan, ss
Mathews, 3b°
Aaron, cf
Adcock, lb
Torre, lb
Pafko, rf
Covington, If

SCORE
AB R
40
3 1
4,0
4 1
41
00
4 1
4 0

H
0
1
1
2
0
1

O
3
1
2
8
2
2
3

a-Singled for Ditmar in 7th.
b-Popped out for Coleman in 9th.
c-Singled for Grim in 9th.
d-Ran for Howard in 9th.
MILWAUKEE N 011 200 000-4
NEW YORK A 011 000 000-2
RBI-Adcock, Coleman, Logan, Bauer,
Covington, Pafko scored: on Kubek's
error in 4th. 2B-Slaughter. 38-
Aaron. HR-Logan, Bauer. S-Bur-
dette. DP-McDougald and Simpson.
Left-Milwaukee 5, New York 8. BB
-Shantz 1, Burdette 3. SO-Shantz
3, Ditmar 1, Grim 2, Burdette 5. HO
--Shantz 6 in 3 faced 3 batters in
4th, Ditmar 1 in 4, Grim I in 2. R-
ER-Shantz 4-3, Ditmar 0-0, Grim
0-0, Burdette 2-2, HBP-By Ditmar,
Logan. W--Burdette. L-Shantz.

,

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3
2
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0
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Georgia at MICHIGAN
MICH. STATE at California
Colgate at ILLINOIS
Indiana at NOTRE DAME
Wdshington State at IOWA
Purdue at MINNESOTA
ORE. STATE at Northwestern
OHIO STATE at Washington
West Virginia at WISCONSIN
Alabama at VANDERBILT

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

CONSENSUS PICKS IN CAPS
CONSENSUS (23-17--.575)

Army at PENN STATE
N. C. STATE at Clemson
KENTUCKY at Florida
NAVY at North Carolina
PITTSBURGH at U. S. Cal.
Rice at STANFORD
South Carolina at TEXAS
COLORADO at Kansas
BAYLOR at Miami (Fla.)
TCU at Arkansas

WILLIE SMITH
... place-kicking tackle

Anywhere 24-ouar Service

WES COVINGTON
. . . stars for Braves

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BRUCE BENNETT (24-16-.600)--Mich., MSU, Ill., ND, Iowa,
Minn., Ore St., OSU, Wis., Vand., Penn St., NC St., Ky., Navy, Pitt.,
Rice, Tex., Kan., Baylor, TCU.
RUDE DiFAZIO (22-18-.550)-Mich., MSU, Ill.,'ND, Iowa, Minn.,
Ore. St., OSU, Wis., Vand., Penn St., NC St., Ky., Navy, Pitt., Stan.,
Tex., Colo., Baylor, Ark.
DALE CANTOR (22-18-.550)-Mich., MSU, Ill., ND, Iowa, Mini.,
NU, OSU, Wis., Vand., Penn St., NC St., Ky., Navy, Pitt., Rice, Tex.,
Colo., Baylor, TCU.

ft

never used to feel

CARL RISEMAN (22-18-.550)-Mich., MSU,
Minn., Ore. St., OSU, Wis., Tie, Penn St., NC St.,
Stan., Tex.,Coo., Baylor, TCU.

Ill., ND, Iowa,
KY., Navy, Pitt.,

reallyclean . .

SI COLEMAN (22-18-.550)-Mich., MSU, Ill.,
Ore. St., 0SU, Wis., Vand., Penn St., NC St., Ky.,
Tex., Colo., Baylor, TCU.
JIM BAAD (21-19-.525)-Mich., MSU, Ill., ND,
St., 01U, Wis., Vand., Penn St., NC St., Fla., Navy,
Colo., Baylor, TCU.

ND, Iowa, Minn.,
Navy, USC, Rice,
Iowa, Minn., Ore.
Pitt., Stan., Tex.,

I wasn't. Tried everything from Ajacks to Zesty. Felt dirty.
Trouble was, what with SGC, Michigauma, Druid, Vulcan,
Hectorian, Ensian, Chi Phi, SAE and Kappa Delta meetings,
I didn't have time to get to the cleaners! Heard one day that

Greene's had its own A to Z system

(self-service)

that

saved lots of time, so

0 .

; , *1111"

GUEST STAFF (21-19-.525)-LYNN EVANS, Senior Football
Manager-Mich., MSU, Ill., ND, Iowa, Minn., Ore. St., OSU, Wis.,
Vand., Army, NC St., Fla., Navy, Pitt., Stan., Tex., Kans., Baylor, TCU.
PAUL BORMAN (21-19-.525)-Mich., MSU, Ill., ND, Iowa, Minn.,,
Ore. St., OSU, Wis., Vand., Penn St., NC St., Ky., Navy, Pitt., Stan.,
Tex., Colo., Baylor, TCU.
* * * *
AL JONES (20-20-.500)---Mich., MSU, Ill., ND, Iowa, Minn., NU,
OSU, Wisc., Vand., Penn St., NC St., Ky., Navy, Pitt., Stan., Tex., Colo.,
Baylor, TCU.
JOHN HILLYER (19-21-.475)---Mich., MSU, Ill., ND, Iowa, Minn.,
Ore. St., OSU, Wis., Vahd., Penn St., Clemson, Ky., Navy, Pitt., Rice,
Tex., Colo., Baylor, Ark.

Wolverines
Visitors Set
Grid Drls
By AL JONES
The stage is set for the first bi
Saturday in Michigan's 1957 hwi
football campaign.
The Bulldogs of Georgia wi
arrive in Ann Arbor at 12:30 p.n
today and will spend the after
noon getting used to the hug
Michigan Stadium where they wi
face the Wolverines tomorrow.
At a long session yesterday a!.
ternoon Coach Bennie Oosterbaa
gave the 'M' squad a thoroug
workout on all aspects of the game
The Wolverines will meet toda
for a short session at 4:15 p.m.
while the.rBulldogs are schedule
to work out in the stadium a
2:30 p.m.
Work on Defense
In yesterday's practice, most, c
the time was spent on' defensiv
work. The first three units tool
the defensiveragainst the fourtl
and fifth strings, who wore Geor
gia uniforms and ran Georgi
plays.
After this there was a short lul
probably taken because of th
bright sun and the unusuall
warm weather. During this tim
Mike Shatuskey, Brad Myers an
Jim Van Pelt worked on punting
This routine was partly aimed a
the linemen, who practiced moving
down the field with the kick.
Practice Place-Kicks
Van Pelt, Shatusky, Darrel Har
per and Willie Smith worked
while on place kicks for extr
points, and again the linemen wer
given thorough practice on thei
blocking assignments.
The remainder of the afternoon
was used for running througi
plays. The first three units line
up against fourth team men wh
held practice dummies. The three
groups ran a mixture of pass play
along with numerous runnin
plays.
Most of the time the team
looked very sharp, and there we'r
continual yellings of' encourage
ment from the onlookers. The en.
tire practice was marked by goo
spirit, and the fact that there i
no one sidelined by injuries point
to the team's readiness for Satur
day's battle.

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I'IE REPAIRSi
--J

then I ran

into Greenes

Only

3

Blocks

Found the system works like this: clean clothes are bagged
up and hung on a conveyor rack and tagged with a number
from 1 to 500; shirts and rough-dry laundry are in bins
labeled A to Z. Just inside the door is a box of invoices. Find
yours there and look for the number or letter corresponding
to the rack or bins. Just go get your cleaning or laundry,
pay the cashier, and you're on your way.

from the Campus

Monday thru Friday'til9-'Saturday'til 5

PIPE ,#o CENTER,
118 East Huron-Opposite County Bldg.-Ph. NO 3-6236

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...and just look at me

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Central Committee Petitions
for HILLELZAPOPPIN'
Accepted till October 13th
Petition,,for{
Finance ..«. Programs ... Publicity. . .,. Reception
Secretay..StageMgr. . .Tickets... 0"Transportation
H ILLEL FOUNDATION ... 1429 Hill Street

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NOW!

What with my clothes so clean, I threw away my Ajacks
and Zesty. Greene's "Microcleaning" is the greatest . . .
cleansgently, thoroughly. Clothes last longer, wear better,
fit better. And that self-service saves me so much time I
get to class earlier than anyone else! Aren't you glad you
use "Microcleaning" . . . don't you wish everybody did?

I'

SF~NIRS

4MAIO

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mob- bL

You will be in the
Dog House
if you don't sign up

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