THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LAKELAND, Fla., March 20.-(P)--
Rudy York hit the first home run
that a Tiger has registered against
major-league opposition this spring
as Detroit scored a 2-0 shutout over
the Cincinnati Reds today.
York's homer, which cleared the
397-foot mark, came off Joe Beggs
with the bases empty in the sixth
inning. Al Benton and Hal White
did more than commendable jobs on
the mound for the Bengals as they
allowed the Reds only four hits, all
of which were off Benton in the firstj
White's superlative performancej
added to his growing prestige and the
young righthander unquestionably
will be one of the hurlers retained by
the Tigers after the squad is cut.
Despite York's homer today, the
record shows that Detroit's batters
still aren't up with the pitchers. The
Tigers have managed to score only
18 runs in eight games, leaving the
pitchers with the alternative of hurl-
ing near shutout ball or losing.
The victory was the Tigers' first in
three games with the Reds.
The Cleveland Indians play the
Tigers for the first time at Lakeland
tomorrow, with Harold Newhouserj
and Hal Manders named to do the
pitching for Detroit.
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Ufer Runs Third T o Cochran;
Wolcott Sets New Hurdle Mark
Runs Well On Boards
Two Fourths At Chicago
George Keeps 'Em Cool: Awards Given
Harms Is Good Bet To Develop To 26 Frosh
Team's Inexperienced Pitchers By Stackhouse
(Continued from Page 1)
the event. Considering his inexperi-
ence on a board track and his appear-
ance in an odd distance among the
nation's top-flight field, Ufer did
Michigan's two-mile quartet failed
to defend its Relays crown in the
night's next-to-last event, but it took
a new meet mark to beat the Wol-
verines in a thrilling race. Johnny
Kautz led off for the Maize and Blue,
handing John Roxborough a 10-yard
deficit behind Campbell Kane of In-
diana and Bob Dunn of Illinois. Roxie
crept up on the two leaders, and with
a last lap kick passed Earl Seib, Illi-
nois' second man, seven yards behind
the flying Hoosier. Harry Price
Ufer Takes Lead
every one of the other pole vault con-
testants had been eliminated at 14
feet. After ordering the bar to be
raised to 14 feet 8 inches; the scholar-
ly-looking California school teacher,
who flew from California this morn-
ing, lofted his powerful frame over
the height with ease.
The bar was boosted six inches to
15 feet, two inches, and once more
Cornie jack-knifed his 170 pounds of
perfectly coordinated muscle over
with considerable to spare, shattering
the Relays record by eight inches. To
the amazement of the roaring multi-
tude, Warmerdam motioned that the
bar be shoved up to 15 feet 9 inches,
which, if cleared, would have been a
new world's record.
But Warmerdam, only man in the
world ever to clear 15 feet, couldn't
quite scale the height, although he
Wade, Beggs (4), Riddle (7)
Hemsley; Benton, White (6)
Ufer took the baton yexchange in poured everything into three tremen-
his second event of the nihan ndous attempts. Cornie came closest
night and on his third try when he brushed
promptly closed the distance on Hoo- the bar on the way down. It bounced
sier Paul Kendall, while Illini Robert for a breathless moment, then tun-
Kelly hung on close behind. On the bled amid 15,000 groans.
last half-lap Ufer turned on a sur-_
prising burst of speed dnd handed ,
anchorman Dave Matthews a two Track Summaries
Then came four laps in which the 55-Yard Dash: (Olympic Sprint
three leaders churned off the yards Series): Won by Thompson; second,
with precision in one-two-three or- Murphy; third, Farmer, Iowa; fourth,
der. In the last lap Indiana's Earl Thomas, Michigan; fifth, Millen,
Mitchell twice made bids to pass Marquette. Time 5.7 seconds.
Matthews, but failed. On the final 50-Yard Dash (qualifications for
turn, however, both he and Illini Bob Olympic sprint series first two men)
Rehberg pounded down the last 20 Won by Murphy, Notre Dame fresh-
yards, barely edging Dave in the ex- man; second, Thomas, Michigan;
cellent record time of 7:45.6. third, Soergel, Wisconsin; fourth, Eg-
Thomas Performs Well bert, Marquette; fifth, Dougherty,
Wolverine dash star Al Thomas Loyola. Time 5.4 seconds.
qualified for the Olympic series with 40-Yard Dash (Olympia Sprint
John Murphy by running second to Series): Won by Thompson, unat-
the Notre Dame freshman in a pre- tached; second, Farmer, Iowa; third,
liminary 50 yard dash heat. Then, Thomas, Michigan; fourth, Millen,1
competing with some of the nation's Marquette; fifth, Murphy, Notre
finest dash men, Thomas performed Dame freshman. Time, 4.4 seconds.
creditably in the 40, 50, and 55 yard (Equals world record by Ben John-
Olympic sprint series, taking a third son, Columbia in 1938).
and two fourths in the star-studded 40-Yard High Hurdles (Invitation
five man field.4-YrHghHres(niain
fieman fningeld. hSeries): Won by Wolcott, unattached;
In winning all three dashes the second, Hlad, Michigan Normal; third,
defending champion, Herbert Thomp- Snith, unattached; fourth, Wright,
son, unattached from Jersey City, Ohio State. Time 5.0 seconds
equaled a world's record in the 40, breaks World Record of 5.1 set by
and smashed a Chicago Relays mark Tolmich, Wayne.)
in another. Thomas was a close third 5Dp
in the effort which tied the world 50-Yard Dash (Olympic Sprit
standard. Series): Won by Thompson; second,
tandar w wy rFarmer, Iowa; third, Murphy; fourth,
The willowy Warmerdam didn't Thomas, Michigan; fifth, Millen,
bother to remove his sweat togs until Marquette. Time, 5.2 seconds (breaks
Bob Ufer, Michigan's fine quar-
ter-miler, ran it the finest as-
sembled field of 600-yard runners
at the Chicago Relays last night
and came in third as a former Hoo-
sier great, Roy Cochran, copped
the title. Iis work in the two-mile
relay was also outstanding.
Vataghiii, Rizzo U-1. Attack
In Crushing Champs
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March
20.-- (1') Succeeding where they fail-
ed in the 1941 World Series, the
Brooklyn Dodgers crushed the New
York Yankees, 12-4, today in the first
meeting of the major league cham-
pions since the October classic.
The Dodgers teed off on Johnny
Lindell, Rugger Ardizoia and Johnny
Murphy for 19 hits, including a home
run and three doubles, for a total
of 25 bases.
Johnny Allen and Newt Kimball
limited the World Champions to
eight blows, but the Dodgers had to
come from behind after Phil Riz-
zuto's single and Joe DiMaggio's trip-
le in the first inning and a second in-
ning homer by Joe Gordon kept the
Yanks in front for two frames.
Arky Vaughan led the Dodger at-
tack with four hits, driving in four
runs. Johnny Rizzo slashed a homer
inside the park and two singles. Pee
Wee Reese hit a double and two sin-
gles. Every Dodger except Allen
notched at least one safety.
By BOB SHOPOFF
Michigan's baseball team may be
lacking standout pitching material
right now, but it's a good bet that be-
fore the season is very far gone the
Wolverines will have a better than
average mound crew.
There are two reasons that make
this a good bet. And their names are
Ray Fisher and George Harms.
Through the efforts of these two
men, Michigan's hurlers will develop
Fisher Was In Majors
Coach Ray Fisher knows more
about pitching than anybody else in
the Big Ten as he has spent most
of his life tossing the o1' horsehide
around. After pitching major league
baseball for several years, he took up
coaching and has turned out some of
the best college hurlers in his past
21 years as Michigan's coach.
Pitching is supposed to be 75 per
cent of a team's defensive power and
if that is true, Michigan has exactly
3712 per cent of its defense sewed up.
Captain George Harms is going to
take care of that department this
year, just like he did last year.
Important Last Year
Last year's Big Ten champions oweI
much to their diminutive backstop.
Harms played every game but one
of the 32-game campaign and it was
his expert handling of the pitchers
that gave Michigan more than one
Little Georgie really went to work
on the opposing batters. He quickly
29th Win On TKO
NEW YORK, March 20.-(P)--Ray
Robinson ran his long winning streak
as a professional campaigner to 29
straight by stopping Norman Rubio
in seven rounds at Madison Square
Garden tonight, but only after hav-
ing the toughest battle he has ever
encountered. Robinson weighed
143V, Rubio 144.
The finish came in the minute rest
period between the seventh and
eighth rounds after Rubio had been
floored and his right eye cut in the
seventh. But Rubio wanted to con-
tinue and Referee Arthur Donovan
ended it only because Gen. John J.
Phelan, Chairman of the New York
State Athletic Commission, stood up
in his ringside seat and ordered the
arbiter to halt the proceedings.
solved the batter's weaknesses and let oral winners were announced yester
him have it. He also covered the hit- day afternoon by frosh track Coac
ters with a double-barrelled barrage j Chester R. Stackhouse.
of chatter that kept the opponents Seven states are represented, Mich
igan leading with 12 candidates. Il
guessing. inois came next with five, followe
George's calmness is a great help by New York and Ohio with thre
to any pitcher who finds himself in apiece. Pennsylvania, New Jerst
a hole. He plays for keeps and when and Vermont are also represented.
he goes out to meet the pitcher to Numeral winners are: Lawrence F
talk to him, he can cool the nerves Alberti, Chicago, Ill.; Koorkin J. An
of the most excitable hurler. donian, Pontiac; Elmer F. Born, J:
Great Determination j Detroit; John V. Corbett, Gross
Michigan's catcher captain has all Pointe; Roy T. Currie, Stanton I;
the determination and drive that it land, N. Y.; Joseph G. Egan, Detroi
takes to be a good leader. He dis- Robert M. Feinberg, Detroit.
played this last year when a foul Ralph M. Gibson, Cleveland, C
tip caught him in the hand and gave Horace Paul Harsha, Jr., Plymouth
him a split finger. Despite the pain, John Desmond Howarth, Ann Arbo:
Harms kept playing and managed to Henry Ross Hume, Jr., and Robe
get a hit later in the game although H. Hume, Canonsburg, Pa.; John
his hand was taped and bandaged. Kamin, Chicago, Ill.; George
It's this combination of Fisher and Luckett, Dearborn; Arthur E. Mane
Harms that should turn Michigan'g Riverside, Ill.; Burnham Nelso
inexperienced pitching staff into a Grosse Pointe Farms.
first rate crew. Robert A. Norton, Briston, VI
William H. Osgood, Lakewood, C
PliilsShutt Out Senators Allen A. Raymond, Jr., Buffalo; Joh
. S. Smart, Winnetka, Ill.; Robe
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., March 20.- Steele, Wyandotte; Robert I. Sturm
(IP)-Si Johnson and Cy Blanton Chillicothe, Ill.; J. Elmer Swanso
teamed up today to, shut out the Detroit; Arthur Upton, Ann Arbo
Washington Senators, 2 to 0, as the Robert E. Walker, Rochester; an
Phils won their fourth straight ex- Ernest W. Whitlock, Jr., W. Engle
hibition game. wood, N. J.
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Chicago Relays Record of 5.3 seconds
Hoiter Hits 731 by Wilbur Greer of Michigan State
To Lead In ABC 600-Yard, Run: Won by Cochran,
Great Lakes; second, Beetham, un-
COLUMBUS, 0., March 20.-(P'- attached; third, Ufer, Michigan;
fourth, Herbert, Grand Street Boy's
For the eighth straight day, leaders Club. Time, 1:11.9.
toppled in the American Bowling
Congress tourney today.
Robert Tritschler of Norwood, O.,
banged his way into the top spot in To be featured at
the singles on a 731 and Frank PurseTobfeted Z
of Detroit hammered out 686 for
Arthur Hanson and Louis Yodan of
Waukegan, Ill., spilled 1227 for a
fifth place tie in the doubles.
High spot of tomorrow's schedule
will be the appearahce of Andy Vari-
papa, Brooklyn trick shot artist who
can topple pins in two alleys on a
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Illini Jose III Cage Meet
NEW ORLEANS, March 20.---W)-
Kentucky and Dartmouth advanced
to the finals of the Eastern Division
NCAA Basketball Championships to-
night, the long range sharp shooting
Blue Grass boys coming from behind
to nose out Illinois in a 46-44 thrill-
er after Dartmouth had ousted Penn
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