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THE MI- I ,A N II II,

CTN-Daf, .DUNE 3, 1945

THE MICHiGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 3. 1945

Linksmen

To Complet
with a final recorai of seven victories
161/2- against one defeat.
Uni- Playing with four -man squads, the
atch" Maize and Blue golfers were led by
win- Bob Ernst in the number one spot fol-
itest, lowed by Ken Morey, Bill Theuneis-
close sen, and Bob Hamilton. The Bronco

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eSeason
team was headed by John Pfanner-
still with John Matteson second and
Bob Byrnes and Earl Rayburn fill-
ing the third and fourth positions
respectively.
Ernst and Morey Wit
Shooting the singles and doubles
contests at the same time, with three
points going for each match, the
Michigan combination of Ernst and
Morey blanked Pannerstill and Matt-
eson, and Coach Bill Barclay's char-
ges just missed carding a'other shut-
out when Hamilton and Theunessen
took 21/ points from Byrnes and Ray-
burn.
In the individual play-offs, Mich-
igan linksmen made three shutouts
when Ernst, Morey and Theuneissen
held their respective opponents of
Pfannerstill, Matteson, and Byrnes
scoreless to mark up nine points for
the Maize and Blue team. Hamilton
took Rayburn 2-1, and the tilt end-
ed with the Wolverines having a fif-
teen point edge over the Bronco club.
Ernst Low Man
Ernst and Morey took medalist hon-
ors when each carded 79, and Bar-
clay, commenting on the match, said
the team played a fairly good game
considering the fact that the squad
shot the last nine holes in the rain
which was a definite handicap to the
golferis.
Michigan's 1945 linksmen ended
the season with a .85 average. Open-
ing their schedule April 21 against
the University of Detroit, Barclay's
men won their initial ilt 151,1-2, and
thle next week at Columbus, the Wol-
verines suffered their only setback at
the hands of Ohio State 15-12 in a
hard-fought battle. The Maize and
Blue club then captured six straight
matches by defeating the University
of Detroit, Western Michigan, North-
western, avenging the earlier Buck-
eye loss by taking Ohio S~ate 19-8,
Notre Damte, and yesterday's closing
contest against the Broncos.
Unknown Wins
1re-Derby Test
LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 2-(I)-
Darby Dieppe, previously given lit-;
tle consideration for the Kentucky
Derby, showed his heels to nine other
three-year-olds at Churchill Downs
today to win the $10,000 added Blue
Grass Stakes, final Derby test be-
fore next Saturday's run for the
Roses.
Superbly ridden by Jockey Melvinj
Calvert and coing from far back in
the early pace, Darby Dieppe beat
Fighting Step to the wire by two
lengths. Air Sailor won third money
in a photo finish.
Among the also rans in today's mile
and one-eighth feature were such
other derby eligibles as Cl. E. R.
Bradley's Burning Dream, a post time
'favorite, Calumet Farm's Pot '
Luck, Jay Paley's Best Effort and II.
K, Houssel's Bymeabond.

Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE INAT 10 :A, LEAGUE
TE;,"AMSW 1L Pet. (;V~~ York .....26 12 .684 -
N ew York .....3; 14 .622 - Pittsl urgh.........21 16 .568 43,_
Dtetr oit............ 19 14 .576 2 Bsrooklyn..........21 17 .5583 5
St. Louis ..........18S 16 .529 3 * St. Louis......... 21 17 .553 5
Chicago...........18 17 .514 4 Chicago...........18 17 .514 6
Rostern ............18 19 .486 5 C~n innati.....16 18 .471 8
Ci' l ~ lnd.I......... 15 18 .455 6 Boston ............14 20 .412 14
Wash.1)ington.......16 20 .444 6 Pliil.dvIlphia.....04 30 .250 17
Pia.elphia.......14 23 .378 9 Does Inot inlude night games.
SATURDAY'S RESULTS SATUJRDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 5, Detroit 1. Boston 5, Chicagoa 4, 10 innings.
Cleveland 4, New York 0. Brooklyn at Cincrinnati, rain.
St. Louis 9, Philadelphia 0. PittsLburgh 7, Philadelphia 6.
Washington 8, Chicago 1. Nexv York at St. Louis, night.

ROPES SOAR--With. the additio n of last yea's M~ost ValuabulePae,
Mort Cooper, shown here with Manager Bob Clmn h Boston
Braves' chances of landing in the first division have been considerab~ly
strengthened.

HOME RUN 'fRO CJ)ttBL[:

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Indians BlankYankees

BOSTON. June 2-Ui')-Johnny
Lazor's eighth inning homer with twoJ
mates aboard provided the Boston
Red Sox with a 5 to 1 victory over
the Detroit.'Tigers today as Clem
Hlausmnann scattered six Detroit hits.
lLazor's big wallop came oflf Tiger
reliefer Art Houtteman, but Joe Or-
rell, lifted for a pinch-hitter in the
seventh while trailing 2-1, was charg-
ed with the defeat. Orrell gave five
hits in six innings in his second
straight losing effort as a D)etro iit;
starter.
The defeat, second straight, at the
hands of the Sox, left the Tigers
needing a sweep of Sunday's twin
bill for an even break in their last
Eastern series of the current road
trip. Detroit hasnt lost a seriesj
since the Red Sox swept three gamnes1
in Detroit nearly a year ago.
Detroit......004) 100 000 1 6 1
Boston ......100 100 03x 5 7 2
Orrell, -Ioutteman and Richards;
Hlausmann and Garbark.
NEW YORK, June 2--01)-ln Ia
game delayed one hour and 29 min-
utes by rain in the first half of the
ninth inning, the Cleveland Indians
shut out the New York Yankees 4-0!)
today to even their series at one
game apiece.
Ed ( Specs) Klieman, sophoniore
hurler of tht( Tribe blanked t he firs-f,
placers with six hits in his first!
starting assignment.
lCleveland ... 010 000 003- 4 9 1
INew York . .000 000 000- 0 6 4)1
Kliemnan & Haiyes; BotilaiH
Garbark.
WASHINGcTON, June 2 U>Di.
ch Leonard coasted to an 8-1 victory
today as Washington's Senators even-
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edl the series at, i-all with Chica go's
White Sox.
Loonardl was nicked for Chicageo's
lone run in the first on Nally Moses'
double an d John Dickshot's single1)1tt
ie was in vin cible inl the piiiclics
therealfter.
Chicago.....10I0 000 000- 1 10 1
Washington 4000 310 04x- 9 11, t
ar d andFerrecll.
PlHILADE~LPHIA, June 2 - /P}_-rre
St. Louis Browns banged out a base
hit barrage against three Philadel-
phia Athletics hurlers today to take,
their second straight shutout from..
the MVackmen, 9 to 0.
Jack Kramer annexed his fifth
victory of the year as hie limited the
A's to four scattered singles.
St. Louis. . 100 500 300- 9 14 1.
Philadelphia 000 000 000- 0 4 1
Kramer & Mancuso; Gassaway,
Black, Gerkin & Rosar.

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