TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1940 "
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cincinnati Evens Series As
Walters Shuts Out Tigers,
Detroit (AL) AB R H
Bartell, ss .......3 0 2
Sullivan xx .......1 0 0
Croucher, ss .... 0 0 0
McCosky, cf ...... 4 0 0
Gehringer, 2b .... 4 0 0
Greenberg, if .... 3 0 0
York, lb......... 4 0 2
Campbell, rf ...... 3 0 0
Higgins, 3b .......3 0 1
Tebbetts, c .......3 0 0
Rowe, p ........ 0 0 0
Gorsica, p.. ....2 0 0
Averill, x .......1 0 0
Hutchinson, p .... 0 0 0
It Reds' Hurler
0 A E Yields Detroit
T he Schoolboy Can't Beat Those Reds
Spartan Birthday Party.. ..
The human eye ain't what it
We came to that conclusion after
the moving pictures of the Michigan-
Michigan State game were shown to
the team in the Union Sunday af-
Michigan won the game, and for
that we may indeed, be thankful.
For the officials, it seems, did eve-
rything in their power to make
things tough for our Wolvernes.
One of the State touchdowns was
clearly a gift. That one came on that'
low Kieppe to Pawlowski pass late
in the game. In Sunday's paper, we
claimed that the ball touched the
ground. The pictures prove our point.
You can see the pigskin head toward
the grass, strike and then skip with
added 'momentum into Pawlowski's
You've got to give Pawlowski credit
for the act though. He was smart
enough to grab up the earth-kissed
oval and head for the goal.
Then came another gift from the
officials. For streaking after Paw-
lowski was Michigan's Paul Kro-
mer, who, it seemed, caught the
flying Spartan and dropped him
about two yards from home. The
referee following the play hesi-
tated for a moment, apparently
making up his mind as to how hc
was going to call the play. But at
that moment, along came another
official. He came raoing over from
his post about 20 yards away from
the scene of action. Without wait-
inrg for the decision from the ref
right over the play, our friend from
20 yards away threw up his hands
and State had six points.
The pictures show that Pawlowski
had been stopped just two yards
They showed more too. Earlier in
the game, State was granted a 15-
yard gain on an alleged pass inter-
ference by Davey Nelson. Look at the
movies, and you'll never see any in-
terference in that play. Nelson
leaped high into the air to bat down
the ball. In no way did he body check
the Spartan receiver.
Then you might recall how Ed
Frutig bulleted into the air to snag
a pass from Harmon in the third
period. The play was good for about
3 yards, but no go. The officials
charged that Frutig had jumped the
gun, and State was given five yards
for the offside.
Well, there is another decision
that the pictures disprove. Frutig
timed the pass from center per-
fectly,, and was off at the exact
second he was supposed to be. The
officials should have complimented
Michigan for split second timing.
Instead they presented them with
about 35 yards of lost ground.
As long as Michigan won the game,
there really isn't anything to holler
about. But suppose those decisions
had cost the Wolverines a football
game. Then can you imagine the
fuss that would have been raised.
One unfortunate thing about 'the
grid game is that when pictures are
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But Five Hits!
x Batted for Gorsica in 8th.
xx Batted for Bartell in 8th.
Cincinnati (NL) AB
M. McCormick, cf 3
Goodman, rf .... 4
F. McCormick, lb 4
Joost, 2b .........3
Myers, ss ........ 4
Walters, p .......4
0 Bucky Also Slams Homer
o As Rowe Is Driven Out
0 In First Frame Of Game
0 (Continued from Page 1)
0 he can continue the mastery that sub-
0 dued the Reds last Wednesday and
- again on Sunday. He thus would be
0 ,in line to join five other pitchers
who have won three games in a
series of seven or fewer games.
The Reds, although making two
E errors behind Walters today, looked
0 the best they have during the series
0 in batting out a 10-hit barrage
0 against the three Detroit pitchers
1 and supporting Walters with three
0 double plays and many remarkable
0 individual stops and throws.
0 Walters In Control
1 Walters struck out only two men,
0 but he walked only two and with
_ the help of his teammates kept out of
2 serious jams. He retired the first
five men he faced in order and after
-0 giving up a walk and a single in the
-4 second forced Birdie Tebbetts to
le, ground out.
er, In the third when Dick Bartell
ri- doubled with one out and went to
n. third on a fly, Walters made Char-
F. rley Gehringer pop up foul to catcher
F. Jim Wilson.
ers In the fourth, sixth and ninth in-
tts nings Frank McCormick, Eddie Joost
and Billy Myers helped out with
eft double plays. The two errors had no
11. effect on the game. In the eighth
tp- inning First Baseman McCormick
p- tried to beat pinchhitter Earl Averill
on to the bag after fielding a grounder
by and dropped the ball in a collision
); with Umpire Lee Ballanfant and in
al- the ninth Myers made a wild throw
rng after a nice fielding play on a ground-
er by Gehringer.
Reds Lack Punch
Will Be Ready
The eleven starting members of
the Wolverine football team had a
chance to catch up on some back
studying, coke dates, or what not,
yesterday afternoon, as Coach Fritz
Crisler gave his first stringers the
day off and bent his efforts toward
his reserve material.
The varsity second-stringers spent
the afternoon running roughshod
over Wallie Weber's green but game
freshmen in a lengthy hour and a
Paul Kromer, Lorain, Ohio speed-
boy, continued to make great strides
along the comeback trail a' he fea-
tured the workout with some stellar
running and passing. Kromer scored
two touchdowns while "Tippy" Lock-
ard and Bob Krejsa each crossed the
There will be an organization
meeting of the campus bowling
league at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Oct. 9, in the Union Bowling
alleys. Teams or persons not reg-
istered should attend or register
at the alleys. There are still
places open for teams or for in-
dividuals wishing to be placed on
Walter W. Steffen,
'Diz' Trout Was Ill,
His Doctor Reveals
DETROIT, Oct. 7.-(A')-His doc-
tor "came to bat" today for Paul
(Dizzy) Trout, who lasted fewer than
three innings in the box for the
Tigers in Saturday's fourth World
Saying that Trout refused to speak
for himself "because fans might
think he was trying to cook up an
alibi," Dr. R. L. Zimmerman revealed
the pitcher is confined to his bed at
home here, trying to "shake off" a,
cold and a touch of bronchitis.
goal line once.
The Wolverines emerged from the
Michigan State game with but one
minor casualty. Fullback Bob West-
fall strained some muscles in the
back of his neck when he took a hard
spill in the second period of Satur-
day's game. Westfall will be out of
practice for a few days, but will be
back in the starting lineup against
Harvard next Saturday.
Meanwhile, right halfback Norm
Call, who was out of action in the -
Spartan game, continued to work
out his injured ankle, but was un-
able to take part in any scrimmag-
ing. Trainer Ray Roberts revealed,
However, that Call would also be in
shape for the game with the Crimson.
Tackle Bob Flora was excused from
the practice session to clear up a
mild case of water-on-the-knee that
had been bothering him.
Totals...... 32 4 10 27 14
Detroit (AL) ........ 000 000 000-
Cincinnati (NL) .... 200 001 Olx-
Runs batted in: Goodman, Ripp
Walters 2. Two base hits: Werb(
Bartell. Horne runs, Walters. Sac]
fices: M. McCormick, Goodma
Double plays: Joost, Myers and
McCormick; Werber, Joost and
McCormick; F. McCormick, Mye
and F. McCormick; Gorsica, Tebbel
Earned runs: Cincinnati 4. L
on bases: Detroit 6; CincinnatiI
Bases on balls: off Walters 2 (Cam
bell, Greenberg); off Gorsica 4 (Ri
ple 2, Joost, Wilson); off Hutchins
1 (M. McCormick). Struck out:1
Gorsica 3 (Wilson, Myers, Walters
by Hutchinson 1 (Myers); by Wa
ters 2 (Greenberg, Gorsica.) Losi
Fencing Classes Planned
The Intramural Department w
intaugurate a series of classes in fen
ing this week under the direction
Coach Johnny Johnstone.
The classes will be held from 4:
to 6:00 p.m. every Monday, Wedne
day and Friday on the third flo
the Sports Building. Ray Chamb
and John Dreher will act as instru
tors, and a tournament is plann
for later in the year.
Counted on as one of the Tigers' pitching mainstays in the World
Series was Lynwood "Schoolboy" Rowe, who led American League
hurlers this season with a won-lost record of 16 and 3. Rowe's great
comeback has been marred, however, by two tragic starts against the
Cincinnati Reds, National League champs, the second of which ended
in the first frame of yesterday's game when he was touched for four
hits and two runs before retiring. Rowe also left early his other time out
against the Reds, when they shelled him from the mound in the fourth.
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Only in the third and ninth did a
runner get as far as third and in
the latter case it was Averill who
dashed across while the Red infielders
were busy making a double play on
The Reds' filling the bases in both
the sixth and seventh innings netted
only one run, but this lack of punch
was their handicap all year and the
fine fielding and pitching more than
made up for it.
Cincinnati's third run came dur-
ing the sixth inning threat. Ripple
and Wilson hit successive singles and
All sophomores interested in
try-outs for the track manager's
position report at Yost Field
House any afternoon this week.
Jack Spitalny, Track Mgr.
Joost walked to fill the stations.
Myers hit the first ball back at the
pitcher and Gorsica threw to the plate
to force Ripple. Then Walters came
to bat and knocked a grounder at
Pinky Higgins and Wilson was able
to beat the throw to the plate. A
double play ended this uprising.
In the seventh Mike McCormick
led off with a sizzling single right
between Gorsica's legs, went to \sec-
ond on a sacrifice and, after another
out, Gorsica loaded the bases with
two walks, one of them intentional.
However, Wilson grounded out to re-
tire the side.
Net Tourney Scheduled
Entries for the graduate tennis
tournament, which will begin on
Saturday, October 12, are now being
taken at the Sports Building. En-
tries will close on October 10.
A meetihg will be held at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, in the
Waterman Gymnasium for all
veteran members of the gymnas-
tic exhibition team and any new
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developed on the following day, no
changes can be made in the decisions
of the preceding day,
even over the camera eye.
That means that we ought to bej
No, the officials reign supreme ---
a little more careful perhaps in se-
lecting our officials.
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