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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Buidette Shuts Out

Yanks

in Final Series

Michigan Ends Preparation
For Michigan State Game

Kubeck's Miscue Leads
To Four-Run Third Inning

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Michigan's football squad prac-
ticed for the final time yesterday
afternoon- in preparation for the
"big game" with arch-rival Mich-
igan State.
The team worked out with
much spirit and determination
yesterday under extremely cool
weather conditions.
Yesterday's emphasis in prac-
tice was on defense. The linemen
spent, time charging as the re-
serve's offense ran through a
series of MSU plays.
The first string backfield prac-
ticed pass defense as the reserves
ran through Michigan State pass
patterns 'with reserve quarterback
Dave Brown substituting for the
Spartan's heralded Jim Ninowski
Jim Van Pelt, Mike Shatusky
NTU igs in
In I-M Play
Once again the pass proved to
be the most deadly weapon yes-
terday in I-M football at South
Ferry Field as Nu Sigma Nu and
Phi Delta Phi took to the air to
down their opponents.
Froncie Gutman passed for
three TD's and caught a scoring
pass in leading Nu Sigma Nu to
a 28-6 victory over Alpha Kappa
Kappa. Ron Frailie threw a two
handed one yard pass to Henry
Eckhart, with a minute to play, to
give Phi Delta Phi a 7-0 squeaker
over Delta Sigma Pi.
In other games Law Club 12,
Alpha Chi Sigma 7; Phi Chi 7,
Tau Epsilon Rho 6; Phi Alpha
Kappa 6, Phi Alpha Delta 0; Phi
Rho Sigma 7, Phi Delta Epsilon 6.
In Fraternity "B" action, Chi
Phi 26, Phi Kappa Tau 0; Sigma
Alpha Epsilon 33, Tau Delta Phi
0;.Zeta Beta Tau 19, Delta Chi 0;
and Delta Upsilon 19, Theta Xi 0.

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and Brad Myers got off some
booming punts as Coach Ben
Oosterbaan continuedrhis search
for a consistent punter.
As the afternoon drew to a
close the first three strings ran
through offensive patterns. Part
of the time was spent on massing.
Oosterbaan remarked that the
Wolverines are in better shape
than they have ever been this
season. However, Fullback John
Herrnstein is still bothered with
his stubborn knee injury and has
not been running at full speed.

DEL CRANDALL
... smashes homer

GRID SELECTIONS
Time is ,running out before the big game, but you still have
enough to enter this week's Grid. Picks Contest.
All you have to do is select your teams, pick the score of the
MSU game and get your entry to The Daily, 420 Maynard before 5
p.m. today.
CONSENSUS PICKS IN CAPS
CONSENSUS 34-26-.567
1. Michigan State at MICHIGAN 11. North Carolina at MIAMI
2. Arkansas at BAYLOR 12. MINNESOTA at Northwestern
3. Notre Dame at ARMY 13. MISSISSIPPI at Vanderbilt
4. Kentucky at AUBURN 14. OKLAHOMA at Texas
5. NAVY at California 15. WISCONSIN at Purdue
6. CLEMSON at Virginia 16. Washington State at STAN-
7. DUKE at Rice FORD
8. GEORGIA TECH at Louisi- 17. Washington at UCLA
ana State 18. Georgia at Tulane (Tie)
9. Illinois at OSU 19. Houston at TEXAS A&M
10. IOWA at Indiana 20. Wake Forest at MARYLAND
BRUCE BENNETT (37-23-.617) - Mich., Baylor, Army, Aub.,
Navy, Clem., Rice, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, Miami, Minn., Miss., Okla.,
Wis., Stan., UCLA, Tul., Texas A&M, Md.,
* * *
GUEST STAFF (35-25-.583) -r JIM ELSMAN, Daily Editorial
Director - Mich., Baylor, Army, Ken., Navy, Clem., Duke, Ga. Tech.,
OSU, Iowa, N. Car., Minn., Miss., Okla., Pur., Stan., UCLA, Tul.,
Texas A&M, Md.
RUDE DIFAZIO (34-26-.567) - MSU, Ark., Army, Aub., Navy,
Clem., Duke, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, N. Car., Minn., Miss., Texas, Pur.,
Wash. St., UCLA, Ga., Texas A&M, Md.
* * *
CARL RISEMAN (34-26-.567)-Mich., Baylor, Army, Aub., Navy,
Clem., Rice, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, Miami, NU, Miss., Okla., Pur.,
Stan., Wash., Ga,, Texas A&M, Wake For.
* * *
DALE CANTOR (33-27-.550) - Mich., Baylor, Army, Aub.,
Navy, Clem., Duke, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, Miami, Minn., Miss., Okla.,
Wis., Stan., UCLA, Tul., Texas A&M, Md.
SI COLEMAN (33-27-.550) - Mich., Baylor, Army, Aub., Navy,
Clem., Rice, Ga. Tech, OSU, Iowa, Miami, Minn., Miss., Okla., Wis.,
Stan., UCLA, Ga. Texas A&M, Md.
JIM BAAD (33-27-.550) - Mich., Ark., Army, Aub., Calif., Clem.,
Rice, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, N. Car., Minn., Miss., Okla., Wis., Wash.
St., UCLA, Ga., Texas A&M, Wake For.

the desperate Yankees loaded the
bases.
Singles by Gil McDougald, Jer-
ry Coleman and Tommy Byrne
put three men on with two out in
the ninth as tension mounted.
The roof blew off when Skowron
rapped sharply to Mathews for
the force that opened every beer
tap in Milwaukee.
It was the first time since 1948
that the World Series had gone to
a team from outside New York as
the westward movement chipped
away another hunk of the big
city's baseball prestige.
Four big runs in a third inning
spurt in which the gates were
opened, ironically, by an error by
Tony Kubek, a Milwaukee boy,
sealed the Yanks' doom.
All Burdette's
This will go down in baseball
history as the "Burdette series."
The man whom the Yankees
traded away to Boston with $50,-
000 for Johnny Sain as 1951 pen-
nant insurance really came back
to haunt them. Using a puzzling
mixture of slider, screwball, curve
and fast ball, the 30-year-old
right-hander beat the Yanks al-
most all by himself.
The only other Milwaukee vic-
tory was earned by Spahn in last
Sunday's 10-inning thriller.
Burdette whipped Bobby Shantz
4-2 in the second game to square
LEW-crative!

the series and his 1-0 victory over
Whitey Ford in the game Monday
at Milwaukee put his team one
game up. And today he bounced
back, only 48 hours later, to lead
the Braves to their greatest mo-
ment.
And so Fred Haney, the man-
ager who was hung in effigy
when the Braves faltered in July,
has hung a second World Series
defeat on Casey Stengel who had
won six of seven previous October
tests. The Yanks now own a 17-6
series record and the National
League now has won 20 to 34 by
the American League.

LEW BURDETTE
... third win

Phi Delta Theta Captures
Fraternity Track Meet

Phi Delta Theta ran away from
the rest of the pack at Ferry Field
yesterday in winning the I-M so-
cial fraternity track meet with a
total score of 30 3/5 points while
runner-up Lambda Chi Alpha
could take only 21 points.
The defending champs, Phi
Gamma Delta, could do no bet-
ter than finish seventh with 5 3/5
points.
The Phi Delts took five out of
ten possible first places with

Terry Miller leading them with
two victories in the 100-yard dash
and the high jump. The other
winners were Bob Brown, Chuck
Clarkson and Bob Dunlap.
Lambda Chi Alpha's Dick Han-
sen tied Miller in the individual
the high and low hurdles.
Sigma Phi Epsilon's George
Rockwell won the iile "by a mile"
and his fraternity "brother"
Charles Turner took the running
broad jump.

MILWAUKEE
Hazie, rf
d Pafko, rf
Logan. ss
Mathews, 3b
Aaron, cf
Covington, if
Torre, lb
Mantilla, 2b
Crandall, c
Burdette, p
TOTALS
NEW YORK
Bauer, rf
Slaughter, if
Mantle, cf
Berra, c
McDougald, ss
Kubek, 3b
Coleman, 2b
Collins, lb
Sturdivant, p
c Howard
Byrne, p
Larsen, p
Shantz, p
a Lumpe
Ditmar, p
b Skowron, lb
TOTALS

AB
4
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5
4
5
3
4
4
4
34
AB
4
4
4
0
3
4
4
4
1
1
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b-Hit into force play for Ditmar in
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c-Struck out for Sturdivant in 7th.
d-Fouled out for Hazle in 8th.
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PAUL BORMAN.(32-28-.533) - Mich., Baylor, N.D., Aub., Navy,
Clem., Duke, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, Miami, Minn., Miss., Okla., Wis.,
Wash, St., UCLA, Tul., Texas A&M, Md.
* * *
JOHN HILLYER (31-29-.517) - MSU, Baylor, N.D., Aub., Navy,
Clem., Duke, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, Miami, Minn., Miss., Okla., Wis.,
Stan., UCLA, Tul., Texas A&M, Md.
AL JONES (30-30-.500) - Mich., Bay., Army, Aub., Navy, Clem.,
Duke, Ga. Tech., OSU, Iowa, Miami, Minn., Vand., Okla., Wis., Stan.,
UCLA, Ga. Texas A&M, Md.
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Rangers Nip
lied Wings, 3-2
DETROIT (P)-The spirited New
York Rangers twice battled from
behind, then defeated the Detroit
Red Wings, 3-2, last night on
Andy Hebenton's brilliant effort in
the National Hockey League open-
er at Olympia Stadium.
Montreal 5, Chicago 1
MONTREAL (A) - The crippled
Montreal Canadiens, paced by Jean
Beliveau's two goals opened their
National Hockey League season
last night with 5-1 victory over the
rebuilt Chicago Black Hawks.
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