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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tt

Hodges Hits ig One as Dodgers dge
111 e

White Sox

Homer Erases Tying Smash by Lollar
As Reliever Sherry Preserves 5-4 Win

OUT OF ACTION-Brad Myers, Michigan right halfback, is out
of the Wolverine lineup indefinitely with a knee injury suffered
in the Michigan State game last Saturday. Myers is in University
Hospital receiving treatment for his ailment.
ONLY MYERS' SERIOUS:
Wave of Minor injuries
its Wolverine Squad

(Continued from Page 1)
of delirious customers. It was
Hodges' fifth in Series competition.
For six innings it seemed Craig,
knocked out so quickly in Thurs-
day's opener at Comiskey Park,
was due to bounce back with a
shutout effort. He kept giving up
base hits but a tightly knit defense
that came through with two rally-
killing double plays, pulled him
out of trouble.
True to the Dodger tradition in
this Series, they hadn't scored in
the third until two men were out.
Not until Hodges led off with the
winning homer in the eighth did
they break that two-out string.
Wynn could have sued for non-
support in the frantic third when,
five Dodger singles, some of them
of the scratch variety, combined
with two errors and a passed ball
for four runs. Early, the top win-
ner among active pitchers in the
majors with 271, was a glum, de-
jected man when he was relieved
by Turk Lown.
As usual, it started with two
out. Waly Moon singled to left.
Norm Larker singled to center and
Moon scooted toward third. Jim
Landis' throw from center hit
Moon as he came steaming into
third base and the ball rolled past
Billy Goodman to Wynn, who was
backing up the play. Wynn hesi-
tated momentarily and threw to
the plate just too late to get Moon
scoring.
Larker, who had gone to second
on the play, raced home when Al
Smith started late on Hodges'
short fly and let it fall in for a
single.
Demeter Hits Single
Don Demeter's single to the left
of Luis Aparicio moved Hodges to
third' before one of Wynn's low
pitches to Johnny Roseboro got
away from catcher Lollar for an
error. In came Hodges with the
third run of the inning.
Roseboro eventually plunked a
single into short right that scored
Demeter. The Dodger catcher slid
safely into second when Aparicio
dropped Jim Rivera's throw. That

was all for Wynn who sadly
trudged to the dugout.
Craig had pitched himself out
of trouble again in the fourth and
sixth before he finally crumpled in
the seventh. With one out, Landis
singled and took second on Apari-
cio's sacrifice. Nellie Fox's third
hit, a single, shoved Landis around
to third. Kluszewski's single to
center scored Landis, breaking
Craig's .shutout.
Alston Confers
Manager Walter Alston came
from the dugout to confer with his
pitcher as Lollar, representing the
tying run, came from the Sox
bench. Walter, who has made so
many good moves in this Series,
made the wrong move this time.
He decided to stay with Craig.
Lollar hit the second pitdh over
"O'Malley's Iron Curtain" in left,
a poke of about 330 feet, scoring
behind Fox and Big Klu. The ball
went about half-way in the first
section behind the 42-foot screen

that protects the short left feld
stands.
Alston let Craig finish the inn-
ing without further trouble but
quickly shifted to Larry Sherry,
his 24-year-old relief ace in the
eighth. Larry calmly mowed down
the last three Sox in the ninth.
BOX SCORE
CHICAGO (A) AB H HRBI
Landis, of 5 1 1 0
Aparicio, as 3 0 1 0
Fox, 2b 5 1 3 0
Kluszewskiilb 4 1 1 3
Goodman, 3b) 4 0 0 0
Smith, if 3 0 2 0
Rivera, rf 3 0 0 0
Wynn, p 1.0 0 0
Lown, p 0 0 0
a--Cash 1 080A0
Pierce, p. 0 0 0 0
c-Torgeson 1 0 0 0
Staley, pV0 0 0 0
TOTALS 34 4 10 4
LOS ANGELES (N) AB R H RBI
Gilliam, 3b 4 *0 0 0
Neal, 2b 4 0 0 0
Moon, rf-If 4 1 2 0
Larker, If 2 1 1 0
b-Furillo, rf 1 0 0
Fairly, rf 1 0 0 0
Hodges,'Ib 422 2
Demeter, of 3 1 2 0.
Roseboro, c 3 0 1 1
Wills, ss 4 0 1 0
Cra.g, p 2 0 0 0
Sherry, p 00°0 0
TOTALS 32, 5 0 3r
a- Struck out for Lown in 4th.
b--Struck out for Larkei in 5th.
c--Grounded out fo Pierce in 7th.
CHICAGO 000 000 400-4
LOS ANGELES 004 000 0x-5
E-Landis, Apariclo, Pierce. DP-.
Wills, Neal and Hodges; Neal, Wills
and Hodges, LOB-Chicago 8, Los
Angeles 6.
2B--Fox. HR--Lollar, Hodges. s8
-- Aparicio, Wills. s -- Roseboro,
Craig, Apariclo.
Craig 11044
Sherry (W) 2 0 0 e
Wynn 2% I 4 3
Lown 0
Pierce 3 0 0 0
Staley (L) 2 1I11
BB--Craig 4, Sherry 1, Pierce 1.
SO--Craig 7, Wynn 2, Pierce 2, Sta-
ley 2.
PB-Lollar. U-Secory '(N) Plate,
Summers (A) First Base, Dascoli
(N) Second Base, Hurley (A) Third
Base, Dixon (N) Left Field, Rice
(A) Right Field. T-2:30. A--92,550.

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By BOB ROMANOFF v
"When it rains it pours," is a
proverb that Bump Elliott is un-
fortunately learning the full truth
of.
Not only does he have the score,
but also a list of key injuries to
remind him of last Saturday's on-
slaught by Michigan State. Added
to this was the continuous rain
that hampered yesterday's prac-
tice, and thus the session was
mainly spent in a meeting of the
team designed to try and bring
some sunlight into the lives of
Michigan fans during the remain-
der of the season.
At the end of the meeting a
light workout was held in the rain.
The injured were right half-,
backs Brad Myers, right knee, and
Fred Julian, right ankle, and left

halfbacks Darrell Harper, bruised
ribs, Bennie McRae, bruised hip,
and Wilbert Franklin, right knee.
The most seriously injured was
Myers, who was admitted to Uni-
versity Hospital yesterday for
treatment.
-The only information that hos-
pital authorities would give was
that his condition was "good."
However, his fraternity' brothers
said that he had a torn cartilage
in his right knee. -
The other injuries appear at the
moment to be fairly minor. The
four bruised players all showed
up for practice yesterday. Trainer
Jim Hunt, said that it is still too
early to- know the full extent of
their injuries, since the men
haven't had a chance to work out
fully.

GiL HODGES
.. wins game

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GRID SELECTIONS
Last week's Grid Picks contest proved no puzzle to Roger Mag-
nuson of 517 Benjamin who picked 17 out of the 20 games correctly
to win two free tickets to any one of the three local movie theatres.
Roger's predictions were surprising as numerous contestants had
trouble getting even half the games right in the upset-filled Saturday
of football.
An oddity in last week's action was that 18 of 20 home teams
won, the only. two losers being Iowa and Michigan.
Three Daily writers, Sports Editor Jim Benagh, Associate Sports
Editor Dave Lyon, and Cliff Marks, each chose 13 games correctly
to tie for top honors among the men on the sports staff.
Now we have a new week, however, and everyone gets to start
over by mailing in your entry to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420
Maynard, Ann Arbor, or else coming to The Daily and filling out an
entry blank.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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RESIDENCE HALLS "A" FOOTBALL
Alen-Rumsey 6, Gomberg T
Taylor 34, Michigan 12
Greene 16, Wenley 0
Scott 9, Hayden 0
Huber 18, Chicago 6
Strauss 30, Anderson 6
Winchell 1, Adams 0
(Overtime)
Van Tyne 6,, Kelsey, 2
RESIDENCE HALLS "B" FOOTBALL
Allen-Rumsey 20, Van Tyne 0
Taylor 6, Cooley 0
Hinsdale 12, Gomberg .0
Hayden 16, Strauss 0
Adams 8, Michigan 6
Kelsey 32, Anderson 0
Greene over Chicago (forfeit)
Lloyd over Scott (forfeit)
NFL STANDINGS
EASTERN DIVISION
W L Pct.
ChicagorCards 1 1 .500
New York 1 1 .500
Pittsburgh 1 1 .500
Cleveland 1 1 .500
Philadelphia' 1 1 .500
Washington 1 1 .500
WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco 2 0 1.000
Green Bay 2 0 1.000
Baltimore 1 1 .500
Chicago Bears 1 1 .500
Los Angeles 0 2 .000
Detroit 0 2 .000
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 26, Baltimore 21
SUNI*AY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 34, Los Angeles 0
Green Bay 28, Detroit 10
Cleveland 34, Chicago Cards 7
Washington 23, Pittsburgh 17
Philadelphia 49, New York 21

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Oregon St. at MICH. (score)
Michigan State at Iowa
Marquette at Indiana
Illinois at-Ohio State
Minnesota at Northwestern
Kansas at Nebraska
Notre Dame at California
Wisconsin at Purdue
Oklahoma at Texas
Kentucky at Auburn

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15.
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18.
19.
20.

Clemson at N. Carolina State
Georgia Tech at Tennessee
Duke at Pittsburgh,
S. Carolina at N. Carolina
Stanford at Washington
Wake Forest at Maryland
Penn State at Army
Cornell at Harvard
Penn at Princeton
Syracuse at Navy

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