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)CT. 5, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Yankees Edge
Cincinnati,2-I;
DickeyIs Hero
Ruffing, Derringer Pitch
Full Game; Keller Scores
WinningRun In Ninth
(Continued from Page 6)
a single past third base. Up came
Babe Dahlgren, the successor to Lou
Gehrig on first base and generally
regarded as the "weak sister" among
the bombers of the Yankees firing
line.
-e produced. He shot a fast
ground ball along the third base line,
which was fair by no more than
thr'eefeet. Bill Werber made a futile
stab at it, but the ball kept right on
going all the way to the left field
corner. Gordon charged past sec-
onid, rounded third and headed for
home as Wally Berger, finally re-
trieved the ball and threw to his
frantically-signalling mates at sec-
oid base.
Dahlgren reached second safely,
Lonnie Frey took Herger's throw,
wheeled and pegged to the plate.
Catcher Ernie Lombardi had to leap
to pull down the toss, and Gordon
raced home safely under him. There
was considerable discussion after-
ward as to what might have occurred
if Berger had made the throw direct-
ly to the plate, instead of paying at;
tention to his infield mates and try-
ing to stop Dahlgren from running
out his two-bagger successfully.
After that, however, both pitchers
took over the show. From the fifth,
when Harry Craft singled and was
erased by the third double play of
the game by the Yankee infield,
through to the windup, Tfuffing re-
tired every man in order. Thirteen
came up-and 13 went right down
again. All told, he gave up only four1
hits to the fighting Rhinelanders.
Derringer was touched for only
half a dozen blows. He fanned seven
members of the vaunted Yankee hit-
ting, lineul

Red Tames Reds

Cincinnati AB
Werber, 3b .........4
F'rey, 2b....'........ '4
Goodman, rf....... 2
McCormick, lb......3
Lombardic........3
Craft; Cf ............3
Berger, if...........3
Myers, ss . .........3
Derringer, p........3
Totals .... . . ..28

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ew York (AL) ABR H O A
rosetti, ss .........4 0 0 1 7
olfe, 3b .......... 4 0 0 1 2
eller, rf....... 4 1 1 2 0
iMaggio,cf........ 3 0 1 2 0
ickey,c .........4.4 0 1 4 0
elkirk, if.......... 3 0 0 2 0
ordon, 2b ........ 3 1 1 2 4
ahlgren, lb.......3 0 1 13 0
uffing, p ........ 3 0 1 0 3

Totals
Cincinnati
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Runs batted in: McCormick, Dahl-
gren, Dickey. Two base hits: Dahl-
gren. Three base hits: Keller. Stolen
bases: Goodman. Double plays:
Rolfe, Gordon, Dahlgren; Ruffing,
Crosetti, Gordon and Dahlgren; Gor-
don, Crosetti, Dahlgren. Left on
bases: N.Y. (AL) 5; Cincinnati (NL)
1. Earned runs: New York (AL) 2;
Cincinnati (NL) 1. Bases on balls:
Ruffing 1 (Goodman); Derringer 1
(DiMaggio).

State May

Start

Sophomore

Back

EAST LANSING, Oct. 4. -(A)-
Coach Charley Bachman's refusal
'today to name his starting backfield
against Michigan gave fresh impetus
to the rumor that he might start
Duane "Buck" Crosthwaite, sopho-
more left half back who was such a
stand-out for State against Wayne.
In addition to Crosthwaite's sup-
erior punting all afternoon, it was
his pass to' Bill Keninedy; which
scored State's first touchdown.

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