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'HE MICHIGAN DATTly

PAGE FTVE

THE. .MTiCTTII V 1.4 AN [7.1 L1711V1PAGE FIVE ".".

Derringer Limits Detroit To Five Hits

As Cincinnati Wins To Even Serie

(Continued from Page 1)
on base four-with two singles and
two walks.
He waited out a pass to start the
game and after he had been forced
by Mike McCormick, little Ival Good-
man slammed the first pitch into the
left field corner for a double and a
run. Goodman went to third on an
infield out and scored himself when
Pinky Higgins let a grounder by Jim
Ripple get through him for an error.
Trout was touched for two more
singles in the second without dam-
age, but in the third Goodman led
off with a sizzling single to right
center and on the hit and run went
to third as Frank (Buck) McCormick
singled to right. Ripple doubled a-
long the left\ field foul line to score
Goodman and put McCormick#on
third, and send the besipectacled
right-hander plodding to the show-
ers.
Clay Smith, who went to the res-
cue, squeezed out of the jam by forc-
ing two players to pop up, prposedly
passing Billy Myers to fill the bases
and then making Derringer lay down
an easy grounder.
The Reds kept right on making
trouble, however, Werber again walk-
ing to open the fourth, going to third
as Mike McCormick lined a double
into right and scoring after Good-
man had lifted a long fly to Hank
Greenberg in left center.
Smith then managed to hold Cin-
cinnati in check for two frames, but
was removed for a pinchhitter in the
sixth and the Reds went to work on
Lefty Archie McKain for their final
run in the eighth as well as singles
in the seventh and ninth.
Two were out in the eighth when
Werber needled a single through
the box and went to second on a

wild pitch. Mike McCormick came
up with another single to bring Wer- All Even
ber home.
The Tigers' runs came in the third Cincinnati (NL)
and the other in the sixth and neither
touched off an inspired rally such Werber, 3b ......
as Detroit produced to win the first M. McCormick, cf
and third games of the series. Goodman, rf ....
With one out in the second inning F. McCormick . .
Ripple, if ......
Arnovich, if ......
Wilson, c ........
Joost, 2b ......
Myers, ss ........
Derringer, p ......

Again .. .
AB R H 0 A

3
5
5
5
2
1
5
5
3
4

2
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
2
2
2
1
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1
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2
3
1
13
0
2
4
0
2
0
27

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0
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Totals ........38 5 11

Detroit (AL) A

AB RH AA

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artell, ss ..... 4
ox, zzz. ........ 1
cCosky, cf ...... 2
ehringer, 2b .. 4
reenberg, if .... 4
ork, lb .........2
ampbell, rf .... 4
iggins, 3b .... 4
ullivan, c ........2
rout, p .........1
mith, p .........1
verill, z .........1
cKain, p .......0
ebbetts, zz .... 1
Totals........31

0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

0
0
1
0
1
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0
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2
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1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
27

0
0
0
3
0
1
0
9
0
1
1
0
1
0
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PAUL DERRINGER...
. . . tames Tigers{
Barney McCosky waited out a walk,
went to second on an infield out and
came racing home as Greenberg ham-
mered a double along the left field
foul line.
Rudy York walked as Derringer
took care to keep good balls away
and then Bruce Campbell struck out.
In the sixth stanza two were out
before Campbell singled sharply to
right and came hurrying home as
Higgins lifted a tremendous fly a-
gainst the right field screen for aj
triple.

z Batted for Smith in 6th.
zz- Batted for Mckain in 9th.
zzz Batted for Bartell in 9th

Cincinnati (NL) .. 201 100 010-
Detroit (AL) .... 001 001 000-
Runs batted in: Goodman 2; Ri]
ple, Greenberg, Higgins, M. McCo
mick. Two base hits: Goodman, Rip
ple, Arnovich. Double plays: Jo=
Myers and F. McCormick; Derring
-Myers and F. McCormick.

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