100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 09, 1946 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1946-05-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

TINURSDAY, MAY 9, 194

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverine

Nine

Overwhelms

Titan

Squad,

Four Moundsmen Limit
Detroit to Three Safeties
Swanson Continues in Role of Team Slugger
By Driving Home Three of Michigan's Tallies

Spartans Upset Michigan Linksmen

By WALT KLE:
After scoring nine times in the
fourth inning, the Michigan baseball
team coasted the rest of the way as
it overwhelmed the University of
Detroit by a 10-0 score at the U. of
D. Stadium yesterday.
Four Michigan hurlers limited the
hapless Titans to three safeties while
striking out 13. Pro Boim started
on the mound and got credit for his
second victory of the season. Bliss
Bowman and Earl Block each did a
two inning stint on the mound after
Boim had pitched the first four in-
nings. Dick Savage pitched the ninth.
Detroit Batters S1ackled
Detroit batters only managed to
hit one ball out of the infield, that
IRISH NEXT:
Doherty Sees
Tou h Trak
Tilt Saturday'
"Beat Notre Dame" will again be
the battle cry of a Michigan team
when the Wolverine track squad
travels to South Bend for an outdoor
dual tilt against the Irish this
Saturday.
According to Coach Ken Doherty,
the task of taking the Notre Dame
tracksters into camp will be anything
but easy,-The main reason is a fel-
low named Bill Leonard, Notre Dame's
outstanding middle-distance prospect,
who turns in mile times hovering
around the 4 :20mark.
It will be up to Bob Thomason and
Herb Barten, top runners themselves,
to eliminate this threat to a Michi-
gan victory, by whipping him in the
mile and 880, and they stand an even
chance of accomplishing their
mission.
-Ntre.Dame is also powerful in the.
hurdles and pole vault, and figures
to rack up quite a few points in these
events., Wolverine timber-toppers,
John Larson and Neil MacIntyre, who
will lead the Michigan contingent of
five hurdlers may have different
ideas on the subject, as may pole
vaulters John Fintel and Glen
Whittle.
However, the Maize and Blue, re-
presented by three top "whales,"
Captain George Ostroot, Chuck Fon-
ville, and Jim Artley, should wall
away with honors in the shot put
and discus. The 100 and 220 sprints
look like toss-ups, with Val Johnson
and Bob Ferguson striving for Michi-
gan victories.
The dependable mile relay of the
Wolverines should repeat their vic-
tory of last week by subduing the
Irish foursome. Look for Michigan
also to produce the winners in the
440 and two-mile run, with Hugh
Short dominating the former, and
Dean Voegtlen and Ed Johnson tak-
ing care of the long-distance assign-
ment.

a lazy fly hail to Bob Nussbaumer in
centerfield. Each of the three B-mei
struck out four men while Savage
turned in the final strikeout in the
last frame.
Elmer Swanson again was the key
man in the Wolverine attack. The
hard hitting backstop hit a double
and a pair of singles and batted in
three runs in addition to playing his
usual capable game behind the plate.
Nussbaumer and second baseman
Dom Tomasi each collected two safe-
ties. Nussbaumer hit a triple to left
center for the longest hit of the game.
First Two Innings Close
For two innings the game appeared
as if Michigan's 26-3 victory last
week might be a mistake. The first
six Wolverineswere retired in order.
Then in the top of the third Tomasi
doubled just inches inside of the third
base foul line after driving a long
second strike just inches foul along
the same line. Swanson followed with
a double to left to drive in the first
Wolverine run.
Fourth Inning Fateful
Then came the fateful fourth.
Nussbaumer led off with a single after
which the Titan hurler, E4d Zalageris
who had looked good to that point,
hit Don Robinson in the small of
the back. Jack Weisenberger follow-
ed with a hit to the infield, the Titans
unsuccessfully trying for a forceout
at third.
Tom Rosema singled to center driv-
ing Nussbaumer and Robinson across
the plate. Tomasi made the first
Wolverine out by striking out. Swan-
son drove in two more runs and mov-
ed to second on the centerfielder's
error. Boim scored Swanson with a
single.
Kell Scores On Error
Walt Kell hit safely to center but
when the centerfielder made his sec-
ond error of the inning was able to
make it all the way around.
Nussbaumer, up for the second
time in the inning, reached second
when Guy Brown threw wide of first,
only to be put out a play later when
he was forced at home. Robinson
scored the final run on an error and
a wild pitch.
From then on Coach Fisher's squad
took things easy.
Michigan 001 900 000 10 10 0
Detroit 000 000 000 0 31 4
Other College Scores
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Yale 5, Columbia 3
Wake Forest 4, Duke 2
Penn StateU9,B ucknell 0
New York U 8, Army 2
Northwestern 7, Chicago 2
Navy 9, Pittsburgh 3
TENNIS
Army 7, New York U 2
Davidson 7, North Caroline State 2
Illinois Tech 6, George Williams
College 1
William and Mary 9, Pennsylvania
0

IIAL NEWHOUSER ... who en-
gineered a brilliant two-hit 1-0
victory over the Senators yester-
day, despite a chipped elbow.
Tigers N\ip Nats
As Hal Tosses
Two-Hit Shutout
I riple llay Ihg Factor
In Fourth Straight Win.
WASHINGTON May -8-(P)--Hal
Newhouser pitched like anyone but
a man with a chipped elbow today as
he hcld Washington's Senators to
two hiits and hurled Detroit's Tigers
to a 1-0 victory.
Aided by the season's first triple
play at Giffith Stadium, Newhouser
returned to the mound after giving
his arm" a week's rest and nosed out
Roger Wolff in a brilliant pitching
duel. Wolff yielded four singles, three
of them of the infield variety.
In this clash of two of last sea-
son's 20-game winners, the Tigers
got the only run in the fifth inning
on an error by second baseman Gerry
Priddy.
The Tigers killed off Washington's
best scoring chance in the third inn-
ing by executing the triple play. Al
Evans poled a 400-foot double to
left and Wolff walked. Gil Torres
hit a liner toward the box which New-
housr deflected with his bare hand,
the ball sailing into Eddie Mayo's
glove. Mayo touched second doubling
Evans, and threw to Ilank Greenberg
at first before Wolff coold return to
Mt brise.
Itosox Set NeiVWin Mark
it Clipping Chcl ago 1g4-14 0
BOSTON, May 8--()-The Ameri-
can League leading Red Sox set a
new club record of 13 consecutive
victories today by outscoring the Chi-
cago Whte Sox 14-10 in a free hitting
contest which also saw Johnny Pesky,
star Boston shortstop, set a new
league record of six runs scored in a
single contest.
Pesky erased a mark Lou Gehrig
set in 1936 and equalled the National
League record set by Mel Ott in 1934.
Feller Hobbles A's, 5-2
PHILADELPHIA, May 8- P) -
Coasting behind a five-run lead ac-
quired in the third inning, Bob Feller
pitched the Cleveland Indians to a
5 to 2 victory over the Philadelphia
Athletics today before a chilled crowd
of 6,386. The Cleveland star limited
the hapless A's to six hits and fanned
11 while handing the Mackmen their
fourth straight loss.
A HEALTHY HEAD!
Let our personnel give you a .facial
ortscalp treatment for dandruff, it-
chy scalp, or falling hair. Tonsorial
queries invited. Today!!
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
Between State & Michigan Theaters

Weir men I!ost
To Broiuco
Netters Today
Post Possible Starter
In Big Ten Tune-Up
In their third non-Conference
match of the season, the Michigan
tennis team will face the netmen
from Western Michigan this after-
noon at 2:30 on the Ferry Field
courts.
The Wolverines' record to date in-
cludes two Big Ten victories as
against a lone loss to the strong Il-
linois squad last weekend, 6-3. They
have beaten Michigan State and have
been defeated by Wayne's Tartars in
competition from outside the Confer-
ence.
Post May Play
There is a possibility that Dave
Post, captain of this year's team, will
make his first appearance in compet-
ition this season against the Broncos.
Post has been unable to play to date
due to a heavy scholastic load in the
Medical School. If Post plays, he will
probably compete at the number five
or six singles position.
Other than this change, Coach Le-
roy Weir will start his usual first
four singles men in Jack Hersh, Bill
Mikulich, Fred Wellington, and Dean
McClusky in that order. Wellington
is the only singles contest anit on th u
squad with an undefeated record.
Five and Six Undecided
The five and six singles starters
won't be definitely known until af-
ter the first four matches are com-
pleted. Either Post, Jim Evans, Hal
Cook, or Mickey Dayton will take
those starting berths.
Playing at number one and two
doubles will be the same combinations
that tangled with the Illini last
Saturday. Hersh and Evans will be
at the number one slot, while Miku-
lich and Wellington will hold down
the number two bracket.

Wolverines Dro
SeIha"iloi,. Ellott
Away This Saturday
(Specialto e '' Daiy)
EAST LANSING, May 8-It was
Michigan State's golf match all the
way as the Spartans scored a sur-
prismg 20-7 victory over the Wolver-
ines yesterday on the windy East
Lansing Country Club course.
Michigan was shooting to make it
two straight over its opponents, hav-
ing defeated them earlier this sea-
son. But in the second meeting of
these two teams, the Maize and Blue
linksmen were only able to gain
two singles matches, while tying one
in the doubles play.
Barclay Defeated
Dave Barclay teeing off forwMichi-
gan in the number one spot was de-
feated 3-0 by Jim Funston. The Spar-
tan's top man captured medalist hon-
ors for the day with a 71, which was
one under par. Ed Schalon managed
to net two points on the Maize and
Blue ledger, nosing out Dale Ottmar,
while Pete Elliott garnered the only
whitewash for Michigan by blanking
Bill Kent, 3-0.
Roger Kessler prevented a shutout
by gaining % lzpoint on Michigan
StaLe's number four man, Jim Ander-
.on, but t.he Wolverines two other
linksmen, Bill Courtright and Gerry
DeVries, were both defeated by Bud

)p Tussle, 20-7; Regular Spring
Are Winners Itra -sq iwd Gri
-0-1-1-(a6n e iuweled
Wawyzsko and George Teal, 3-0 to
round out the six singles matches. Michigan's spring football squad
In the twosomes, Barclay and Scha- will not play its usual intra-squad
Ion were teamed against Funston game this year, the Wolverine coach-
and Ottmar, but again the Wolver- ing staff officially revealed yester-
ines dropped three markers to the day.
MSC golfers. The second Michigan The tilt has been an annual fea-
pair of Ellott and Kessler gained a ture of the spring practice campaign,
split in their match with Kent and giving the hopeful gridders a stab
Anderson, but Courtright and De- at competition under game condi-
Vries went down, 3-0 at the hands of tions.
Wawyzsko and real.
Kessler, Elliot Low Men Reviving a pre-war practice, how-
Low men for Michigan were Kess- ever, head football coach H. O.
ler and Elliot, who carded 79's. Pro- (Fritz) Crisler will present the Uni-
bably the main reason for the high versity of Michigan Chicago alumni
scores can be attributed to the strong club award to the player who has
wind which hampered the players shown the most improvement in
throughout the contest. spring drills during tomorrow's final
To date the Wolverines' record is grid session.
four triumphs against two defeats, Symbolic of Michigan's great foot-
having dropped an earlier encounter ball tradition the award was discon-
to Ohio State, while the Maize and tinued after the 1943 spring drills.
Blue linksmen have conquered MSC, Clem Bauman won the honor in 1943
the University of Detroit, Wayne and and played two years of tackle for
Northwestern. Coach Bill Barclay's the Wolverines. Some other winners
charges will be out for their second were Bob Weise in 1942, Merv Preg-
Conference victory when they face ulanin 1941 and George Ceithamil
Illinois this Saturday at Champaign, in 1940.
gad & A&ced ?te4:
If the Pan-American Ball put you in a Latin mood you'll
like our Tango and Rhumba albums by Xaxier Cugat. For the
strictly swing# fans, there's a wide selection of dance albums,
including Up Swing, which features Tommy Dorsey, Artie Shaw,
Glenn Miller, and Benny Goodman.
Also, a new shipment of small Fada radios has just arrived.
They are five-tube sets in attractively colored plastic cases. The
prices range from $23.95 to $36.50. Stop in and hear them
at the
RADIO AND RECORD SHOP ...
715 North University, P"hone 3542
North Ed of Diagonai

cli~s.
C1JAS.',
HOGAN'S BAGGAGE
Phone 2-1721
TRUNKS, PARCELS
Small Move Jobs
INSURED

11

I

* Open Weekdays 6 P.M. Open Sat.-Sun. 12 Noon
0
0 15 ALLEYS - OPEN ALL SUMMER
LEAGUES are now finishing their season's schedule. More alleys are now
0 available for open bowling with little or no waiting. 0
0 OUR SNACK BAR serving delicious steaks, chops, hamburgers, chili, sundaes0
and sodas is waiting to serve you.
* LEAGUES interested in next season's bowling time, call Amby, Ypsilantl 1852.
SWIL LOW R UN BOW LINGA L LEYS:*
1065 MIDWAY BLVD., WILLOW RUN, MICIL.
?eseeeoeeeeeee..eeee..,ogggqggggeeeg

Op time uaimrt

Princeton 8, Cornell 1'

Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
St. Louis............12 6 .667
Brooklyn ............11 6 .647
Chicago............. 10 9 .526
Boston ...............8 8 .500
Pittsburgh........... 9 10 .474
New York ............ 9 10 .474
Cincinnati ...........8 10 .444
Philadelphia ..........5 13 .294
WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 8, Cincinnati 5
New York 1, Pittsburgh 0
Chicago 10, Boston 5
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3
Wayne Netters Win
DETROIT, May 8-(IP')-Wayne
University swept every match here
today to blank the University of De-
troit tennis team 9 to 0 for its fifth
victory in seven matches this season.
@Q
~e~ta. ach$,
',dine in the Charming
Early American Atmosphere
of
THE COLONIAL '(OOM
Specializing .
Steaks - Chicken - Sea Food ii

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Boston ..............19 3 .864
New York.............15 6 .714
.Detroit .............. 11 10 .524
Washington ..........8 10 .444
Chicago .............7 10 .412
St. Louis .............8 10 .400
Cleveland ............ 6 12 .333
Philadelphia ..........5 16 .238
*Does not include night game
WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 1, Washington 0
Cleveland 5, Philadelphia 2
Boston 14, Chicago 10

Sweaters

{, "" {,.' ; ;fir..
"h ':S 1t

Light weight V-neck
al wool pullover sweat-
ers in camel and maize.

Be Prepared
for the spring rains! Here
is a cotton gabardine coat
-completely lined and
waterproofed by ZELAN,

smartly styled at

-

I

1.--

THREE SURE HITS!

$7.00

$16.50

J ,
,. _ . E

'Y-Sf11IS0
in either the V-neck or crew neck styles.
Be cool and look smooth at the same time.
All at reasonable prices.
ROBES
coming in rayon, silk, or light wool.
Relax in style.
$7.95 to $13.95
SLAX SUITS
the home run for both spring and summer.
Come in and see for yourself. Priced from
$5.95 to $13.50

Boxer Shorts
for swimming or pleasant hours in
the sun. Gabardine or poplin in solid
colors or prints.

t .
t.oo'.

$2.95 to $3.95

I 111i c l__._ vs.._..- n.nn ..~ C.2n C-1-4-1 O-fit) I-- r,.i)tl at 41

i E

1

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan