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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Bruce Bennett
Examines Reasons Behind
Baseball's Franchise Shifts

Nu Sigs, Phi Rho Sigma
.vWin I-M Football Contests

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Giants will be playing baseball in San Francisco
>e the Dodgers will be located in' Los Angeles.
circulating the past few months about franchise
alf dozen other major league clubs.
this add up to? To the confused fan it appears
otions -stunt in which lavish promises and irate
in almost the same breath. To others it appears
wners are foregoing sentiment and their ball club's
ersonal profit.
dot Realignment ..
y means is that baseball is at a gigantic crossroads
he men who run the game want to make certain
:'ight thing before they act. On the surface .it
in theory and underlying motives it is simple:
all is in for a major face lifting in the next five
11 is trying to keep up with the times. Professional
reat strides in recent years and is threatening to
America's national pastime. It has made baseball
survey of their own setups aid sent them scurry-
r houses before its too late.
oblems, for example, is treatment of the fans. For
heir cars in congested areas, sat on uncomfortable-
rks and suffered through beer-spilling episodes by
,hren.
er Facilities .
ho didn't come back for more inceased as the
oon the owners felt it in declining attendance and
They decided to take a, lesson from others in
profit is based on public attendance, like theatre
officials and television. Among other things they
like the Polo Grounds and Ebbets Field were out-
looking for new horizons.
all parks like the one in Milwaukee and you'll see
s. Whether the Dodgers move to Los Angeles, or
gue club will be.playing there in the not too distant
ill be other clubs playingelsewhere.
st, official, Commissioner Ford Frick; believes base-,
rtake a "thoughtful and long-range program""to
rship to more than the present.,16 team setup.
ifting Ahead . . .

By AL APPLEBAUM
Nu Sigma Nu, I-M's answer to
Oklahoma, added another win to
its victory skein yesterday as it
rolled to a 28-6 victory over Alpha
Kappa Psi in the opening game of
the Professional Fraternity foot-
ball season.
Nu Sigma Nu teams are peren-
nially loaded with former varsity,
athletes and this year's squad is
no exception. Heading the squad
are former Wolverines Dan Cline,
I-D Cards1
Students will be required to'
enter through the Student
Gates and show their I-D
cards for the Georgia game
this S a t u r d a y as well as
throughout the football sea.-
son.
-Don Weir
Ticket Manager
Harry Allis and Tad Sanford as
well as Froncie Gutman, an ex
Purdue quartereback.
Cline took the opening kickoff
and returned it the length of the
field for a touchdown. Moments
later Dick McCrae scored on a
pass from Gutman to give. the Nux
Sigs a two touchdown lead.
The other two Nu Sig touch-
downs came in the second half,
one on a pass play from Gutman
to Cline and the other on a kick-
off return by Jim Watkins. The
lone Alpha Kappa Psi touchdown
came on a pass from Rusty Jack-
man to Jim Ryan.

In another top contest, a pass
from John White to Wally Roeser
gave Phi Rho Sigma a 6-0 victory
over Alpha Kappa Kappa.
Other afternoon contests had
Law Club defeating Delta Theta
Pi 6-0,' Taul Epsilon Rho over
Alpha Chi Sigma 6-0 and Phi
Delta Chi winning from Phi Alpha
Kappa by forfeit.
Alpha Omega Triumphs
In 'an evening game played at
Wines Field, Alpha Omega whip-
ped Delta Sigma P113-6 in a bat-
tle between two Dental Fraterni-
ties. Milt Siegel threw two touch-
down passes to end Dick Bernstein
for the Alpha Omega scores. Delta
Sigma Pi was unable to score
until the last play of the game
when Bob Knox hit Tom Vestevich
with a pass in the end zone.
The only other night contest
was won by Psi Omega, who de-
feated Phi Epsilon Kappa 7-0. The
game's only touchdown was made
by Joe Schneider on a long pass
from Tony Kranner, just before
the first half ended.
Social 'B' Games
Also on yesterday's schedule:
were six Social Fraternity "B"
games. Heading the list was Sigma
Chi, who defeated Delta Upsilon
12-0. All of Sigma Chi's points
were scored by halfback Nick MI-
tea. Other final scores; Chi Phi
over Tau Delta Phi 21-6, Alpha
Tau Omega 12 Zeta Beta Tau 0,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon +27 Phi Kappa
Tau 0, Phi Gamma Delta 7 Delta'
Chi 6 and Theta Xi 7 Phi Sigma
Kappa 0.

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HI-Fl " EQUIPMENT deals. . Student
agent-Below net prices. Phone NO
5-6644 and ask for Tan. )X8
HI-FI BARGAIN, complete system in
kit form, includes coaxial speaker,
folded horn inclosure, integrated 12
watt amp. and pre-amp., garrard
changer with magnetic cartridge and
diamond stylus,' price $129.25. Also
complete line of transistor radios
beginning at $38.95. ANN ARBOR HI
PI STUDIO, 1217-1317 South Univer-
sity.. )X6
FOR SALE
SAVE UP TO V2,
BROADLOOM CARPET REMNANTS
MANY SIZES AND COLORS
AND IDEAL FOR
ROOMS AND APARTMENTS!
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207 E. Washington NO 3-5536.
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ROYAL Quiet Deluxe Portable Type-
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Phone NO 3-3434, 514 Thompson,"
Apt. 8. )B32
ATTENTION STUDENTS-Used carpets
for sale. 76 sq. yds of wine, 70 yds..
of gray. Both all wool twists. In
good, condition. Cheap. Call GR 9-
4312. )B33
GIRL'S ENGLISH BICYCLE. Used one
month. $35. NO 5-5921 after 5 p.m.
)B30
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords $7.25;
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FOR SALE-Matching lamp and coffee
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-One trench coat taken by :mis-
take in language lab. Wed, night
bet. 7:30-8:30., Call Mary Roley-NO
3-1561, ext. 3559. ' )A19
LOST: Collegiate Sorosis pin between
Freize Bldg. and Mason Hall, October
2. Call NO 3-4164. )A18
LOST: Keys on chain with red Jew-
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260, Room 259. )A15
WOULD the person who picked up a
tan Aquaron raincoat with glasses in
the pocket from the ledge outside the
Bus. Ad. library, please call Charles
Hurwitz, NO 3-4211. )A14
LOST-Main apparatus of watch in
vicinity of Burns Park. Call RWM-
1211, Willard 3-2014. )A6
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD. $8A.50 per month.
Lunch--80. Dinner 2.30. Call. John
Kuieck, NO 2-1838. )E7
WANTED - Hungry students, to eat
good food at reasonable rates. 1319
Cambridge, Ph. 28312; ask for John
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eventually be a third major league. Others
.ts will expand to 12 teams and divide up
visions. The commis'sioner has steadfastly
ew major league cities on the basis that
ry commotion. .
ght thing. It is moving ahead slowly, but
And some day, sooner than most think,
American" game. The population potential
polis-St. Paul, Houston, Dallas; Denver,
can't and won't be denied forever. Then
l towns like Montreal and. Toronto to be
Latin stars in the game today. Havana and
ed before the program is too far along.
sport like baseball that is so deeply rooted
the game'is advancing with the tilmes, it
than ever.

py the Associated Press
LINDRICK, England ,- An
American professional golfing
team, wobbling a little from the
effects of Asian flu, opposes,
eight determined British players
in the Scotch foursome phase of
the Ryder Cup matches today.
After considerable floor pacing
and brow furrowing, Jack Burke,
captain of the American side,
dropped Ed Furgol of Miami
Shores, Fla., the 1954 U.S. Open
champion, and Lionel Hebert of
Lafayette, La., current U.S. PGA
title holder, from the foursomes.
* * *
Navy-Georgia To Play
WASHINGTON -- The Navy
said yesterday the Navy-Georgia
football game will be played as
scheduled at the. "Oyster Bowl"
in Norfolk, Va., on Oct. 19.
A Navy statement issued at the

Pentagon said Secretary Thomas
S. Gates had been "assured that
ticketholders will be seated in the
seats indicated on their tickets
without discrimination:"
Ballanf ant Resigns
NEW YORK - Lee Ballanf ant,
senior umpire of the National
League, yesterday announced his
retirement after 22 years of .con-
tinued service. Ballanfant, 57; has
been in the National League since
1935, moving- up from the Texas
League.
* * *
Halas Suspends Knox ,
CHICAGO -' Owner George
Halas of the Chicago Bears yes-
terday suspended rookie quarter-
back Ronnie Knox for "willful
violation of rules and regulations
of the club."

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