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DEFENSE-STRESSED:
Football Team Ends Two-a-Day Drills

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By PAUL BORMAN.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan con-
cluded two-a-day drills with an
extra long practice session yester-
day afternoon at Ferry Field.

Since classes begin today, the
football team's practice schedule
will be cut dowri to an afternoon
session, thereby dropping the
morning meeting which. had been
utilized since the squad came out.
Yesterday's drills, held in near-
perfect weather, found the team
getting .something of everything.
The backfield started out with
running plays, followed by drills
in pass defense and pass patterns.
The workouts gave hint that the
Wolverines passing attack for the

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its practice schedule

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coming year may be marked by
versatility.
Oosterbaan had the backfield
throwing from three formations---
the tight T, the winged T and the
tried and true single wing.
Meanwhile, Line Coach Jack
Blott was concentrating on defen-
sive rushing which featured some
body contact.
Trainer Jim LIunt came out
with the good news that no one
was missing because of injuries.
Injuries, however, have claimed
sophomore Rudd Van Dyne who
will be out for the entire season
with a shoulder injury.
Other Wolverines who had in-
juries but suited up yesterday were
senior halfback Jack Lousma who
is in the process of recovering from
an elbow separation, junior end
Gary Prahst, senior quarterback
Resolved * *
LAKE CHARLES, La. )-'
The City Council of Lake
Charles, home of St. Louis
shortstop Alvin Dark, has pass-
ed a resolution directing the
Cardinals to win the National
League pennant and the World
Series. The City Council Tues-
day promised to invite every.
Cardinal to a duck hunt in
Lake Charles if they carried out
the directive.

Jim Van Pelt, and sophomore end
Chuck Teuscher, all three of whom
recovered from leg injuries.
Coach Wally Weber's freshman
squad is scheduled to come out
today for its initial practice.
Oosterbaan has a full scrimmage
scheduled for his crew this coming
Saturday. This should give the
coaching staff a good idea of the
team's potential.
Evashevski
Denies Quote
IOWA CITY, Iowa (M)-Coach
Forest Evashevski of Iowa asserted
yesterday that he was "misquoted
and misinterpreted" in portions of
an article in the issue of Sports
Illustrated magazine which will
appear on the newsstands today.
Evashevski denied making'com-
ments critical of the president of
Indiana University.
The Iowa coach said he had
particular reference to a section
of the article which quoted him as
saying, ". . . I tell you, that situa-
tion at Indiana just turned my
stomach, the way that president
turned on his coach ..:.
"Had I been asked about the
situation at Indiana," Evashevski
said, "I would have said that I
thought President Wells defended
his coach to the fullest."

By The Associated Press
N YORK-Two home runs
ogi Berra and fine relief
ng by Bob Turley carried the
Fork Yankees a bit closer to
er American League pennant
day as they defeated the
t Tigers, 4-3.
-a's homers drove in all the
e ,runs. All were off Duke
first of three Detroit pitch-
ey relieved Sal Maglie, who
credited with his second
can League victory.
victory retained New York's
une lead over Chicago's sec-
lce White Sox, wfto defeated
ore,' 7-5, and reduced the
es' magic number to "4."
WAUKEE - Righthander
Burdette fashioned a four
as the Milwaukee Braves
ed the New York Giants,
ajor League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
fork "93 53 .637 -
*85 r58'.594
n 77 68 '.531 15%
it 7S 70 .517 17%,'
ore 70 74 486 22
md 70 74 .486 22
ugton 54 90 .375 38
Ls City 53 90 .371 38
Yesterday's Scores
PV York 4, Detroit 3
sas City 2, Bostqn 1
cago 7, Baltimore 5 (N)
veland.8, Washington 3 (N)
Today's Games
eago at Washington
ly game scheduled.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
ukee /' 88 51 .601
-84 61 .578 4
lyn 81 66 .551 8
natt 76 69 .524 12
elphia 72"75&.490 17
York 68' 80 .459 21i/ I
go 58 87 .400 30
urgh 58 90 .392 31Yg
Yesterday's Scores
icinnati 2, Pittsburgh 1,.(N)
waukee 8, New York 2 (N)
oklyn 6, St. 'Louis 1 (N)
cago 6, Philadelphia 4
Today's Games..
No games scheduled.

8-2, lait night and took a four
game lead over second-place St.
Louls in the National League pen-r
nant race.
Burdette, who had been knocked
off the mound in five of his last
six previous starts; allowed only
three singles and Willie Mays' 35th
homer.
The defeat was dharged to start-
er Johnny Antcnelli, who gave up
the first five of the Braves' 11 hits.

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