pCTOBER 7,1958 TIE MICHIGAN DAILY
Braves in Fifth
Milwaukee Still Leads Series, 3-2;
To Play Sixth Game Tomorrow
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - The New York
Yankees knocked their nemesis,
Lew Burdette, out of the box yes-
terday and crushed the Milwaukee
Braves, 7-0, in the crucial fifth
game of the World Series.
Bob Turley, the Yankee right-
handed ace, yielded only five hits
'in taming the Braves and keeping
Yankee hopes alive. The Braves
now/lead the Yankees 3-2 in games
and had they won yesterday they
would have taken the World
Championship fo the second
Return to Milwaukee
Now the two teams must return
to Milwaukee for a sixth and
possibly a seventh game in the best
four-out-of seven series. Today
will be an open day and play re-
Previous to yesterday Burdette
beat the Yankees in four straight
series games and had he won he
would have set a new series record,
The Yankees big inning was in
the sixth in whichifseven runs were
scored and Burdette was lifted in
favor of Juan Pizarro.
Hank Bauer opened the inning
with a single through the hole
between second and third. Mickey
Mantle dropped a single into short
left center and Jerry Lumpe was
called out trying to bunt on the
Yogi Berra doubled into the right
field corner, scoring Bauer and
sending Mantle to third. Elston
Howard was intentionally passed.
Moose Skowron followed with a
single past the drawn in infield,
scoring Mantle and leaving the
At this point Burdette went to
the showers. He was replaced by
Pizarro. Gil McDougald-who had
scored the first Yankee run with a
homer in the second-got a ground
rules double on a bouncing\ball
into the visiting bull pen, scoring
Berra and Howard. Turley com-
pleted the rout by lashing a single
to left, scoring Skowron and- Mc-
Berra's double in the sixth put
him in a tie with Frankie Frisch
of the St. Louis Cardinals for the
most hits in series play, 58, and
sent him ahead of Babe Ruth for
the most total bases in the series,
Terra now has 97 as compared to
~6 for Ruth.
The game, in contrast to previ-
ous games in this series, produced
some excellent defensive plays. The
most brilliant was made by How-
ard who started in left field after
Norm Siebern had trouble with fly
balls in the sun Sunday. Howard
made a running, diving catch of
Red Schoendienst's fly in the sixth,
after Bruton' had singled, and
bounced to his, feet to throw to
Bill Skowron who made the tag of
Bruton for a double play.
The Michigan Sailing club
placed third Saturday in a six
team sailing regatta held at Notre
Dame's Eagle Lake.
Indiana captured first position
with a 71 point total, followed by
Wisconsin with 67 and Michigan
with 59. Notre Dame, Cincinnati,
and Wayne trailed in that order.
Those competing for Michigan
were Dexter Thede, Judy Eldean,
Dick Scheirlberg Michel Heimen-
ick and Timmie Schneider.
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. Yankee homer
MILWAUKEE AB R H RBI
Bruton, cf 3 0 2 0
Schoendienst, 2b 3 0 1 0
Mathews, 3b 4 0 1 0
Aaron"'rf 4 00 0
Covington, If 4 0 1 0
b-Wise 0 0 0 0
Torre, lb 3 0 0 0
Crandal,c 3 0 0 0
Loganss 3 0 0 0
Burdette, p 2;0 0 0
Pizarro, p 0 0 0 0
a--Hanebrink 1 0 0 0
Willey, p 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 30 0 5 0
NEW YORK AB R H RBI
Bauer, rf 4 1 1 0
Lumpe, 3b 3,0 j 0
Richardson, 3b I 0 0 0
-Mantle, of 3 1 2 0
Berra, c 4 1 1 1
Howard, if 3 1 0 0
Skowron, lib 4 1 1 1
McDougald, 2b 4 2 2 3
Kubek, ss 4 0 1 0
Turley, p 3 0 1 2
TOTALS 33 7 10 7
a-.Fouled out fo Pizarro in 8th
b-Ran for Covington in 9th
MILWAUKEE 000 000 000-0
NEW YORK 001 006 00x-7
E-None. DP-Mathews and Torre;
Howard, McDougald and Skowron.
LOB-Milwaukee 7, New York 4.
2b-Berra, McDougald. HR-Mc-
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