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1'' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wyatt Hurls

Dodgers

To

Win

Over

Yanks, Evens Serie

4,

Medwick

's

Two Hits

Lead Dodger Attack
Bombers Fail To Hit With len On Base
In First Series Setback Since 1937

(Continued from Page 1)

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the great combinations managed by
Marse Joe McCarthy had won 10
straight Series games and had swept
to two world championships in
straight sets in 1938 and 1939.
At th et start today there was no
reason to believe they weren't still
on the same. track.
In the first inning Red Rolfe laid
down a perfect drag bunt and Hen=
rich walked for a threat that was
ended by a double play.
But Charley Keller opened the sec-
ond with a single to center and after
Bill Dickey had fanned, Gordon
walked. Rizzuto grounded out, ad-
vancing both runners, and Chandler
bounced high to Lavagetto. He beat
the throw to first for a single, Keller
scoring, but Gordon was thrown out
,at the plate trying to come home also.
DiMaggio Hitless Again,
Again with two out in the third
Henrich doubled and Joe DiMaggio,
who hasn't a hit in two games, was
walked. Then Keller came through
with another single into' short right,
scoring Henrich for the Yanks' sec-
ond and final run.
Gordon, who had a perfect day at
bat for the second successive game,
opened the fourth with a single. He
was forced by Clhandler and the
pitcher, in turn, was thrown out try-
ing to go to third on a single by
Sturm.
Peewee Reese, the,. unlucky little
shortstop who seems to be unable to
escape trouble, made two errors on
the same play in the eighth, fumb-
ling a grounder by Dickey and then

p~ r
IGHAI IISW
IL _ By AIT HILL
base. Dat's where Camilli's old man
normaon Please . .. sits. Whattaya, wise guy? Maybe
Before the Michigan gridders take you don' like de Dodgers. Hey, gang,
the field tomorrow for their opening an opposition guy. Why, you lousy-
Big Ten clash with the Hawkeyes,
there are a lot of questions that have QUESTION: Whaddaya hear from
to be answered. Students at the little the mob?
vine-covered school on the banks of Lou Nova, California A&M '37:
the Huron want to know all about What happened to me shouldn't hap-
their team. And they have a right pen to a storm trooper.
to that information. One-Eye Conolly, Dr. Eliot's Five
Imagine the consequences if 12,000 Foot Shelf, '41: Chance favors the
students filed into the stadium to- educated man.
morrow not having the slightest idea Punjab (No Schooling): I ain't
what their boys were going to do kept track.
out there on the field of battle. Their And now the big question in to-
nerves would be on edge. In desper- day's survey :
ation, they might go to drastic ends WHAT DO YOU THINK OF TO-
to set their minds at rest. They MORROW'S CONTEST?
might even take to drink.
And nobody wants that! Vasili the Dread, Kieffskaya Poly-
And nobody wans rs tha!emchnitch Opchekdnieth (Combined
So, Wolverine fans, here is the Curriculum) 1507: Friedman'll pass
dope, gleaned from students on the 'msly
campus, sideline observers at the 'em silly.
Miciga prctie sssins nd th- Ainger Newcomb III, Choate '45
Michigan practice sessions and oth- (Just a boy): I want to go to an
ers who have no inside information. Eastern school when I graduate. I
on the impending fracas. ,. know about them Western frats-
(All characters mentioned in the drink, neck, auto wreck. No, sirree
following survey are fictitious and bob, not for me.
have nothing to do.) Fritz Crisler and Eddie Anderson:
QUESTION: Who is Tom Harmon? Both teams are evenly matched and
Ichabod Glutz, '45: Search me. it ought to be a great battle. Any-
W. W. Limp, Grad: A movie actor. thing can happen out there on the
Aimless McTavish, '42: A former field, you know.
AimlessMcavish,'42The Wise Boys: It's Michigan by
Michigan halfback, three touchdowns.
In this case, the third answer, sup-
plied by Mr. McTavish was the cor- QUESTION: Whither America?
rect one. Now, you've got the idea. Alf Landon, Kansas '09: Two terms
We'll go into some problems of was goody enough for Washington
greater moment, having to do with and, it's good enough for me.
tomorrow's contests both in Ann Cyril McGurk '43: No spik Inglish.
Arbor and on other gridirons through Phanton Dill (Education Unan-
out the country. nounced): From the Halls of Mon-
QUESTION: Where is section tezuma ...
eight? Anita Louise, Michigan, '41: It's
Lebanon by three touchdowns. ,
. Pismo Clam, '00-: Twelve rodsL
southeast of Ypsilanti. DAILY SPORTS TRYOUTS
Catsmeat Potter-Bright, Oxford, All eligible sophomores and sec-
'11: Section eight is that area, bound- Andl semester freshmen who are
ed on the north by the Haarlem.Riv- interested in trying out for the
er, with a mean annual rainfall of Daily sports staff should report
16.2 inches, where 98 per cent of the to the Student Publications Build-
Michigan student body is predestined ,ing any afternoon or evening this
by an unrelenting fate to sit. week.
Caspar Mousemeat, Oxford, '11 .Hal Wilson, Sports Editor
=(M.A., failed): Right back o' toid
'Dem Bums' Are Respectable Now

Grid Squad Tapers off In Drill
For Hawkeye Game Tomorrow
By HOE SELTZER game of the season against Minne-
The Wolverine football team is just sota, it is going to be of paramount
about ready for Iowa. importance that Fritz Crisler have
Yesterday Coach Crisler held a an infallible place-kicker to flash on-
tapering-off session in which heas
drilled the squad in a few odds and to the greensward. In downing
ends necessary for preparingt his Washington last -week the Golden
charges against the 60 minutes of Gophers did the job by a 14-6 count,
high speed football which the Hawk- which looks as though Bernie Bier-
eye aggregation is known to pro-
duce. At the end of two hours de- man has dug up another Joe Mernik.
voted to defensive play, quick kicks, OBITUARY: With genuine sorrow
deep punts, and running through the announcement isamade that one
plays, Crisler pr~onounced himself Paul White who plays wing back
pleased with the way the squad went for Michigan will definitely not see
through their paces. There was no service in the Iowa game. The.
heavy scrimmage because he wants shroud which binds his right arm
and shoulder will still be there Satur-
day. The doctors say they are very
sorry, but promise he'll be ready for
Pittsburgh a week hence.

III

H N DRE DS
of different coats
but there is only

JOE MEDWICK
throwing the ball into the stands to
let the Yankee catcher go to second,
but after Gordon had been purposely
passed, Rizzuto grounded into a force
play.
McCarthy, who had let his relief
pitcher bat for himself with two on
in the sixth, inserted George (Twink)
Selkirk to hit for Murphy at the
start of the ninth and he came
through with a F clean single, but
Wyatt snuffed out the next three
men.
In contrast to these repeated
thrusts the Dodgers had only two
innings in which they had respect-
able scoring chances and they made
good on both of them.
Ebbets Field Tomorrow
Following today's encounter the
scene shifted to little Ebbets Field,
seating about 32,000 where the next
three games are to be played tomor-
row, Saturday and Sunday.
Neither manager was sure tonight
of his starting pitcher for the next
game. Lfty Marius Russo developed
a troubled stomach this morning
when he was in link for duty and
McCarthy said he would take his turn
tomorrow if he felt well, but other-
wise the Yanks will rely on right-
hander Atley Donald.
Manager Leo Durocher leaned to-
ward his bulging veteran, Fred Fitz-
simmons, a knuckle ball specialist
who faced the Yankees twice when he
was with "the Giants and lost both
times.
Wildcat Fullback Injured
EVANSTON, ILL., Oct. 2--(A)--
The Northwestern Wildcats face
Kansas State, their first 1941 foe,I
Saturday without fullback Don Claw-
son. He was injured in a practice
game a week ago and probably will
take it easy until the game with Wis-
consin Oct. 11.

ONE
as N E m

i

BOB STENBEUG
the boys to loosen up and relax both
mentally and physically in order to
be at a peak of gridiron efficiency at
2 p.m. Saturday.
Particular attention was paid to
what has at times been a thorn in
Wolverine flesh, namely place-kick-
ing the extra point after /touchdown:
Any and all who sport a square-teed
shoe or even just a fegling' of self-
confidence are invited to take a whirl
at booting the big little point. Bill
Melzow has consistently been the
best place kicker on the squad for
two years, but Al Wistert, Merv Preg-
ulman, Bob Ingalls, and Bobby Sten-
berg have been practicing steadily
at the art.
Iowa Misses Extra Points
This extra point may not be such
a vital factor in the Iowa game at
that, if the Hawkeyes' affair with
Drake is a reliable guide. The score
was 25-8, which means one conver-
sion in four attempts. Not so red
hot, and indeed not a very ominous
omen. \
But before Oct. 25, date of the
Iowa Practices Passing
IOWA CITY, Ia., Oct. 2.-(;P)-Dr.
Eddie Anderson gave his Iowa foot-
ball squad a last, long look at Michi-
gan plays today and then named a
squad of 32,men for the season's first
road trip. In a signal session today
the squad concentrated on passes,
with Jim Youel doisg most of the
throwing.

BROOKLYN

AB R H PO A

Walker, rf ......... 4
Herman, 2b ........ 4
Reiser, cf .......... 4
Camilli, lb . ...... 3
Medwick, if ........ 4
Lavagetto, 3b .......3
Reese, ss ........... 4
Owen, c ............ 2
Wyatt, p ........... 3

1
0
0
1
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0
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0
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NEW YORK
Sturm, lb ...
Rolfe, 3b.
Henrich, rf ..
DiMaggio, cf
Keller, lf ....
Dickey, c ....
Bordagaray* .
Rosar, c .....
Gordon, 2b .
Rizzuto, ss'..
Chandler, p.
Murphy, p .'
Selkirk* *.

AB R
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3 5
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Totals .........31 3 6 27 13
BROOKLYN .. 000 021 400-3
NEW YORK ... 011 000 000-2

Totals..........34 2 9 27 15
*° Ran for Dickey in 8th:

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Daily Sports
Bulletin , ,
I-M NOTICE
All men interested in trying out
for managerships in Intramural
Sports, please report any time be-
tween the hoars of 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.
today in the Sports Building.
Earl N. Riskey
Assistant Director of
Intramural Sports
FOOTBALL MANAGERS
All eligible sophomores and second
semester freshmen who are inter-
ested in becoming football managers
shoud report any time this week at
Ferry Field.
Bill Hurley, Head Manager
* * *,
FRESHMAN SWIMMERS
There will be a meeting of all
freshman swimmers at 5 p.m. today
in the Sports Building.
Matt Mann, Varsity Coach
i-
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Batted for Murphy in 9th.
Errors--Gordon, Reese 2. Runs Batted In-Chandler, Keller, Reese,
Owen, Camilli. Two Base Hits-Renrich, Medwick. Double Plays-Reese,
Ibrman and Camilli; Gordon, Rizzuto and Sturm, 2; Dickey and Gordon.
Earned Runs-Brooklyn, 2; New York, 2. Left on Bases-Brooklyn, 4; New
York 10. Bases on Balls off-Wyatt 5 (Henrich, Gordon 3, DiMaggio);
Chandler 2 (Camilli, Lavagetto); Murphy 1 (Owen). Struck Out by-
Chandler 2 (Walker, Reiser); Murphy 2 (Reiser, Wyatt); Wyatt 5 (Sturm 2,
Dickey, Murphy, Henrich). Pitching Summary off-~Chandler 4 hits and
3 runs in 5 innings (none out in sixth); off Murphy 2 hits and no runs in
4 innings. Losing Pitcher-Chandler. Umpires-Pinelli (NL) Plate; Grieve
(AL) 1B; Goetz (NL) 2B; McGowan (AL) 3B. Time 2:31. Attendance 66,248.

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