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SUNDAYlNTAY 12, 1946

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Michigan

Track Squa dverwhelmsotreDame

Tigers Down Sox, 4-1,
For Sixth Straight Win

By The Associated Press
DETROIT, May 11 - Virgil (Fire)
Trucks, with his hopping fast ball
set down the Chicago White Sox 4
to 1 on two hits here today as the
Detroit Tigers ran their winning
streak to six games.
Barney McCoskey's single drove
in Eddie Lake, who had singled,
and Eddie Mayo, who had doubled,
for Detroit's first two runs in the
third and Pat Mullin's homer after
Anse Moore's single accounted for
the other two in the sixth.
Wally Moses homered leading off
the sixth for Chicago's first hit off
Trucks, and Ralph Hodgin got the
other blow, a single to center, in the
ninth.
Only three other Chicago batsmen
reached first base - one on a walk,
Bonham Breaks
Boston's Streak'
ith.Tw Hitter
NEW YORK, May 11 -(AP)- Thet
spectacular winning streak of Bos-
ton Red Sox was snapped at 15 to-
day, four short of the American
League record, as burly Tiny Bonham
pitched the New York Yankees to a
two-hit victory, 2 to 0.
Bonham Master of Game
Bonham was such a complete mas-
ter of the situation as he mowed
down the formidable array of Bos-
ton sluggers inning after inning that
in the late stanzas the crowd seemed
aware that the slightly tainted run
the home club scored in the third in-
ning and Tommy Henrich's home run
into the right field stands in the fifth
would be enough.
With the game devoid of the spec-
tacular, aside from Bonham's pitch-
ing, the crowd aimed its vocal blasts
primarily.at Ted Williams, the Red
Sox great slugger who for the sec-
on straight day went hitless.
Williams Fails in Clutch
It was an unfortunate day for the
lanky left fielder. In addition to be-
ing called out on strikes with two
on bases in the third inning, his play
on Hank Majeski's high, lazy fly was
directly responsible for the first Yan-
kee run.
Boston ...... 000 000 000--0 2 0
New York .... 001 001 00x--2 6 0

one hit by a pitched ball and the
other on Jim Outlaw's muff of a
pop fly.
Trucks fanned seven, including
First Baseman Murrel Jones four
times, in notching his third victory.I
Bill Dietrich, who gave up eight of
Detroit's nine hits before relieved
in the eighth by Orval Grove, was
the loser.
Three fast double plays by the
White Sax kept the game close.
Moore bounced into one, Trucks
into another and Paul Richards
into the third. Outlaw was pur-
posely passed twice to load the
bases and double plays kept the
Tigers from scoring both times.
One man was out in the Tiger
third when three straight solid hits
accounted for the first two Detroit
runs. Lake lined a single to left,
Mayo doubled off the right field
screen and McCotky sent them both
scampering home on his bullet single
to center.
Mullin's sixth inning homer, his
first of the season, was his third
straight hit of a perfect day at the
plate. Mayo and Moore each had
two hits.
Chicago ..........000 001 000-1
Detroit .......... 002 002 00x-4
Major League
Standings
Not including last night's games:
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Rain Prevents
Indiana Series
S Rain again yesterday prevented
the playing of the game between
the University of Michigan and
the University of Indiana.
The two game series will not
be played this season due to the
full schedule the two teams have.
Meanwhile, the week-end saw
the Wisconsin nine keep its lead
in the Big Ten by splitting the
two game series with Minnesota.
Wisconsin took the Friday contest
by a 6-1 score while dropping yes-
ter&ay's contest by one run 5-4.
The Badgers are way out in
front with six games on the win
side against a single loss.
Michig-an State
Beaen y Irvish'
10 Innringf~s,5-4
EAST LANSING, May 11 d -
Third Baseman George Schneider's
10th inning triple, folowed by Relief
Pitcher Jack Barett's single, gave
Notre Dame a 5 to 4 baseball victory,
here today over Michigan State.
Starter Dick Smullen and Barrett,
who relieved in the eighth, combined
to pitch shutout ball after the Spar-
tans jammed across four runs in the
first inning, two of them on Short-
step Marty Hansen's homer.
The Irish bunched three hits for
one run in the first and squeezed
Michigan's baseball team, after
remaining idle this weekend, will
ercounter the strong Notre Dame
nine at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday on the
Ferry Field diamond.
over three runs in the eighth to tie
the score.
Frank Gilhooley and Jack Mayo
singled to open the Notre Dame eighth
and Catcher Tom Sheehan doubled
one run across. After an intentional
walk filled the bases, pinch-hitter
Gean Lavery singled in the second
run and Second Baseman Ben Kozlik{
wvalked to force across the tying tally.
Notre Dame. . 100 000 030-5 15 2
Mich. State.. 400 000 000--4 8 2
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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Brooklyn .......13
'"Basta'........9
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Chicago....... 10
Cincinnati .... 9
Pittsburgh .... 9
Philadelphia .. 5
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

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New York ......
Detroit ........
Washington ....
St. Louis ......
Chicago.....
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The 23rd Annual Exhibition for
Artists of Ann Arbor and Vicinity,
presented by the Ann Arbor Art As-
sociation. The Rackham Galleries,
daily except Sundays, through May
23; afternoons 2-5, evenings 7-10.
The public is cordially invited.

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Coming Events
Sigma Xi, Initiation of New Mem-
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Tuesday evening, May 14, beginning
at 7:30. These exercises will be fol-
lowed in the same room by the lec-
ture by Dr. Croneis. Initiates are
welcome to bring guests, both to the
initiation ceremony and to the lec-
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The Rtesearch Club will meet Wed-
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Rackham Amphitheatre. There will
be the annual election of officers.
The following papers will be present-
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of Capital in, France, 1815-48," by
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fectious Disease," by Professor W. J.
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University of Michigan Section of
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p.m., in Room 151 of the Chemistry
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