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TI HEMICHIGAN DAIY

eG St6ps IReds With Fou r
Hits To Keep Cardinals In Race
INCINNATI, Sept. 27.-(P)-Fid- Then Bill bore down and fmade Frank
Bill McGee stopped the Reds McCorniick pop weakly to short.
I today, beating the leaders 4 to 0 Going back to the first game of
four scattered hits, and as a re- yesterday's double-header, when Bill
Myers poked a hmeri mu witht t1n

sult, the scrapping St. Louis Car-
dinals retained their slim chance of
wiriting the National League flag.
With four games remaining to be
piayed by each team, including the
final of their present "crudial" series
tonbrrow, the Rhinelanders led by
two and one-half contests. They
still had a chance to clinch the pen-
nanit tomorrow, but their failure to
hit hi their last two games had thrown
this town into a tailspin.
\ To make matters darker, the man
the Cards licked today was heroic
Budky Walters, who had won 27 vic-
tories, including his last six in a row.
The Gas-Housers made the most of
their seven hits, one of which was
Terry Moore's 16th home run of the
season.
Mbre than 25,000 fans burned al-
most silently as the Fiddler did his
stuff. The young right-hander with1
the 'blazing fast ball was in rare form.
Two of the four widely-scattered*
blows he permitted were scratched
through the infield, Walters con-
tributing one of them.
Only once did the Reds threaten
to score on him, in the third inning
whefn an error by Stu Martin on a
perfect double-play ball helped the
locals fill the bags with two out.

on, the Reds had piled up 24 conisecu-
tive scoreless innings, and .the end did
not appear to be in sight as McGee
fanned Wally Berger for the final out
today.
Berger, incidentally, came closest to{
ending the drought in the fourth in-
ning today, when he 'knocked one
over the left field wall that barely
went foul. Otherwise, the leaders hitC
only two really hard balls to the out-
field.
The Cards lost little time sailing in-
to Walters. Clean singles by Jae
Medwick, Terry Moore and Stu Mar-
tin pushed across the winning run in
the second frame. They counted,
twice more in the fourth on a walk'
to Mize, Don Padgett's line double to;
right, an error by Ernie Lombardi and
a sacrifice fly. Moore's homer, his
second safety of the game, rounded
off the total.
Slaughter provided the fielding gem
in the ninth when, after McCormick
had led off with a single and the
crowd was yelling for a rally, he raced
to the right field bleachers to pull
down Lombardi's drive. With that,
the fans subsided.
Manager Bill McKechinie said he
would pin his hopes on big Paul Der-
ringer, winner of 24 games, to pro-
vide the clincher tomorrow. Ray

Ralph 'Heikkinen Released
By The Brooklyn Dodgers
Waivers have jeen asea on Ralph
Heikkinen, Michigan's 1938 All-
American guard, the Brooklyn Dod-,
gers announced yesterday. If no:
club claimed Heikkinen by today, he
will be released by the Dodgers.
Heikkinen, who gave up a coach-
ing job here to play professional
football,. has been used only spar-
ingly ifi the two games he has played
in.
Indians Gain Third Place
CHICAGO- (R) -Cleveland's In-
dians made a sweep of their double
header With Chicago tonight and
swept past the Dykes clan into third
place by winning the second game
7 to 5.
Blades was und8cided whether Ito
coie right .back with Curt Davis,
whom the Reds knocked out in yes-
terday's first game, or to give the
chance to Max Lanier, a freshman
sensation who held Chicago to four
hits last Sunday.

Ferry Field Becomes
A Maternity Hospital
There came to Ferry Field during
the past sumixer one of those pro-
lific things called rabbits. It was
"that way" and soon it deposited six
budding bunnies in the high jump
pit. A humanitarian ground crew
has not disturbed the bunnies, and
they are ,still there, covered with
straw to keep them warm.
The mother has not yet been seen,
but since the sextet seem well-fed,
it is assumed that she visits them
during the night. As yet, however,
no one has volunteered to stay up
to see if he can get a glimpse of
Mother Rabbit visiting and feeding
her young uns.
Fountain Pens
302 S. State St.
Typewriters

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DAILY SPORTS TRYOUTS
All second semester freshmen
and sophomores who are interest-
ed in trying out for the sports staff
of The Daily, please report to Herb
Lev at, the sports desk, Student
Publications Building, today at 11
'a.m. Experience is not necessary.

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Welcoiie
Men of Michigan

FOOTBALL MANAGERS
All eligible sophomores who de-
sire to try out for the position of
asiistant football manager are
asked to report to senior manager
Carl Wheeler any afternoon this
week at the Yost Field House after
3 p.m.

TRACK N OTYCE
There will be a meeting of all meix-
bers of the varsity track team at the
Yost Field House this afternoon at
4:30 p.m. All men are urged to re-
port promptly.
Ken Doherty, Track Coach.

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