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AUGUST 9. 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

I' Grid Practice Slated To Get Under Way Soon

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)osterbaan Requests Seventy Candidates
7o'Report for Drill Sessions Next Month

eventy candidates for the 1955
versity of Michigan football
ad have been invited to report
the official opening of fall
ctice at Ferry Field, Thursday,
tember, 1.
ead Coach Bennie Ooster-
n, who will open his eighth
on as the Wolverines chief
itor, also asked the candidates
e on hand for the annual news
tographers session, Wednes-
August 31 at 2:30 p.m. Regu-
twice daily sessions will begin
9 a.m., the following day.
osterbaan invited 24 letter-
i back from last year's total
4. The rest of the group named
uded reserve award winners
n last year, together with in-
ing sophomores.
st Start, Condition Stressed'
he Wolverine mentor empha-
d the need for a fast start and
quick solution of a number of
blems, particularly at the tack-
fullback and left halfback po-
ons.
[e stressed that perfect condi-
1 must be the keynote of the
ad if it is to equal or surpass
mark of six victories and three
es and a second place tie with

Wisconsin in the 1954 Big Ten
race.
Michigan will open its schedule
at home against Missouri on Sep-
tember 24, the first of seven home
tilts on the nine-game card.
24 Backs Invited
The 1955 list includes the names
of 24 backs; 13 ends; 12 tackles;
14 guards and seven centers.
Backfield men asked to report
(lettermen*) include:
*Lou Baldacci, qb-fb, Akron,
O.; Paul Baldwin, qb, Escanaba;
*Terry Barr, hb, Grand Rapids;
Michael Basford, fb, Birmingham;
*Tony Branoff, hb, Flint; *George
Corey, hb, Baden, Pa.; James
Dickey, qb, Miamisburg, 0.; John
Greenwood, qb, Bay City; *Tom
Hendricks, hb, Detroit; *Ed Hick-
ey, hb. Anaconda, Mont.; *Dave
Hill, fb, Ypsilanti; Jerry Janecke,
hb, Rock Island, Ill.
Also invited were Donald Johns-
ton, fb, Ann Arbor; Walter Klin-
ge, hb, West Brooklyn, Ill.; *Stan-
ley Knickerbocker, hb, Chelsea;
Jack Lousma, qb, Ann Arbor;
*James Maddock, qb, Chicago,
Ill.; Charles Matulis, hb, East Chi-
cago, Ind.; James Pace, hb, Little
Rock, Ark.; John Pallin, hb, New

Orleans, La.; *Edward Shannon,
hb, River Forest, Ill.; Michael
Shatusky, hb, Menomenie; James
Van Pelt, qb, Evanston, Ill.; Ste-
phen Zervas, fb, Hazel Park.
Kramer Heads Ends
Ends invited back include *Ron-
ald Kramer, East Detroit; *Tom
Maentz, Holland; *Charles Brooks,
Marshall; Lawrence Faul, River
Forest, Ill.; Jerry Gonser, Saline;
Richard Ketteman, Toledo, O.;
Frederick Krueger, Allen Park;
Joseph McKoan, Algonac; Gordon
Morrow, Ann Arbor; David Rent-
schler, Detroit; *Michael Rotunno,
Canton, O.; *John Veselenak,
Flint, and *Gerald Williams, Flint.
Tackles include Clement Corona,
Berwick, Pa.; Prescott Crisler, Ann
Arbor; James Davies, Muskegon
Heights; Dale Eldred, Minneapolis,
Minn.; James Gray, Battle Creek;
Richard Heyen, Grand Rapids;
Charles Jung, Glencoe, Ill.; *Wil-
liam Kolesar, Mentor, O.; *John
Morrow, Ann Arbor; James Or-
wig, Toledo, 0.; David Owen,
Milwaukee, Wis.; Lionel Sigman,
Ann Arbor.
14 Guards Included
Guards listed were Thomas Ber-
ger, Detroit; Alexander Bochnow-
ski, Munster, Ind.; Wilbur Brown,
LaSalle; *James Fox, Saginaw;
*Richard Hill, Gary, Ind.; Carl
Kamhout, Grand Haven; Floyd
Kellstrom, Gary, Ind.; Charles
Krahnke, Charlevoix; John Mar-
chello, Midlothian, Ill.; *Robert
Marion, Muskegon Heights; *Capt.
Edgar Meads, Oxford; M&rvin Ny-
ren, Des Plaines, Ill.; James Pap-
lomatas, Rochester, Pa.; William
Steinmeyer, Toledo, 0.
The seven centers invited to re-
turn were *James Bates, Farm-
ington; James Bowman, Charle-
voix; *Jerry Goebel, Grosse Pointe;
William MacPhee, Grand Haven;
*John Peckham, Sioux Falls, S. D.;
Donald Rembiesa, Dearborn; John
Scranton, Newport, N. H.

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
FOOTBALL DRILLS will' begin when the 1955 Michigan squad
starts practice September 1 for its nine game schedule. Head
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan has invited seventy men to attend the
sessions.
AL To Devise Coin Toss
In Event of Tie Finale

Psychology Wins I-M Softball
Title in Eighth Inning Thriller

After sixteen innings of play,
the Psychology 'A' softball team
finally managed to eke out a 3-2
win over the Hard Rocks yester-
day to win the Summer Intra-
mural Softball Championship.
The original game-played last
week-ended with the two teams
deadlocked, 4-4, after eight in-
nings of play at which time it was
called on account of darkness.
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Yesterday's contest again went
eight innings before Psychology
managed to shove across the win-
ning run.
The final tally was provided by
Bob Willoughby who doubled to
open the inning and later advanc-
ed to third on, a wild pitch. Then
while the Hard Rock catcher lob-
bed the ball back to pitcher Wes
Sikkema, Willoughby stole home.
The game displayed fine hurl-
ing for both teams. Sikkema al-
lowed the winners only three hits
while striking out eleven batters.
Winning pitcher Bill McKeachie
did nearly as well giving up five
hits and garnering eight strike-
outs.
Line Score
Psychology 'A' 000 020 01-3 3 1
Hard Rocks 020 000 00-2 5 1

CHICAGO OP)-A coin flipping
ceremony in the American League
offices will be held to determine
playoff games and sites in case of
deadlock for the pennant, Earl
Hilligan, manager of the league's
Service Bureau, said yesterday.
In response to a query on how
a playoff would be handled in the
event three or more clubs are tied
for the crown when the race ends
Sept. 25, Hilligan said the same
coin tossing will be used as it was
in 1948.
In that season, there was a pos-

ibility Boston, New York and
Cleveland would deadlock. Boston
and Cleveland did wind up in a
tie, with the Indians winning the
playoff game.
"When we were figuring on the
possibility of a three-team tie at
that time," Hilligan said, "each
of the three clubs was represented
in the league offices by a wire
service .man.
3 Coins Tossed
They tossed a coin simultane-
ously. The two matching coins de-
termined the clubs to play the
first* game with the odd one draw-
ing a bye.
"Then the coin was tossed to
determine the site of the playoff
game.
Same Toss Plan
"If playoff possibilities exist lat-
er on this season, I see no reason
why plans cannot be made along
the same coin-tossing lines."

Golf Pros Shoot for $50,000
Prize in World' Championship

PLAYING THROUGH
WEDNESDAY

Real
Southern
FRIED
CHICKEN
Try It!
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CHICAGO (t)-Golf's big-shot4
pros yesterday began hatching
get-rich-quick schemes as they
sharpened up for the game's big-
gest payoff in the "World" Cham-
pionship at Tam O'Shanter.
In one 72-hole swoop, the
"World" winner can blossom into
a wealthy man.
$50,000 Cash Prize
The championship is worth $50,-
000 in cash, a guaranteed expense
paid schedule of 55 exhibitions at
$1,000 each, and an option to play
50 more. Second place value is
$10,000.
The field starting the gold rush
Thursday will" consist of approxi-
mately 107 men pros.
Ford Attempts Double Win
Doug Ford, hottest U. S., pro of
the last month, will try to become
the first double winner at Tam
since 1948 when Lloyd Mangrum
won the All-American as well as
the "World."
Ford, newly crowned National
PGA champion, won the All-Am-

erican title Sunday with 277-11
under par. He had a 3-stroke edge
over Leo Biagetti of Willoughby,
Ohio. Ford's first prize was $3,420.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W L
Chicago.......63 43
New York .....65 45
Cleveland .....64 45
Boston.........63 46
Detroit........59 50
Kansas City ...46 64
Washington ...39 69
Baltimore.....35 72

Pct.
.594
.591
.587
.578
.541
.418
.361
.327

GB
-4
1%
5%
19
25
281/

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Brooklyn ......74 36 .673
Milwaukee .....61 50 .545
New York .....59 53 .527
Philadelphia ...57 58 .496
Chicago.......56 58 .491
Cincinnati .....52 59 .468
St. Louis ..:...46 60 .434
Pittsburgh .....42 72 .368

GB
14
16
191,
20
221
26
34

Major League Standings

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at New York (night)--
Nixon (11-5) vs. Ford (12-5).
Chicago at Kansas City (night)
-Pierce (7-8) vs. Shantz (4-
9).
Detroit at Cleveland (night)-
Garver (10-10) vs. Score (10-
9).
Washington at Baltimore (2,
twi-night)-Stone (6-10) and
Stobbs (2-10) vs. Wilson (8-
12) and Wight (1-3).

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 1, Brooklyn 0
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Brooklyn (night)
-Hearn (12-10) vs. Podres
(8-6).
St. Louis at Milwaukee (night)
-Jackson (5-9) vs. Spahn
(9-12).
Cincinnati at Chicago-Klipp-
stein (3-6) vs. Davis (5-7).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
(night)-Hall (3-1) vs. Weh-
meier (7-9).

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