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SUNPAY, MAY 19, 1946

T'HE MICHIGAN DOA ILY PAGE SEVEN

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Tomorrow

COLLEGE TRACK
Illinois 80, Michigan 42
MSC 78, No re Damne 44
OSU 94, Penn St. 28
Wayne 67, W. Michigan 64
Wisconsin 86, Northwestern
Iowa 2712

Red Sox Snap
Out of Slump;

Golfers Whip Purdue;
Face OSU Tomorrow

O'Neill To Use Reserve Lineup;
Fisher Names Four-Man Staff

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Barclay Cards 149
NEW YORK, May 18-(P)-Held to For Medalist Honors
15 hits in their previous five games,
the Boston Red Sox came out of their By GLORIA VREELAND
batting doldrums with a bang today Copping seven out of nine singles
when they pounded half a dozen St. and dcubles matches by decisive mar-
Lous fingrs or 7 bows inludnggins, Michigan's golfers overwhelmed1
Louis fingers for 17 blows, including Purdue, 20 to 7, for their sixth win
a grand slam home run by Ted Wil- of the season yesterday on the Uni-3
hams, to bury the Browns under an versity golf course.
18-8 avalanche. ' The Wolverines showed that they
The Yankees were held in check by were getting used to the adverse wea-
the fine tossing of Orval Grove, who ther conditions that have greeted1
limited the Bronx Bombers to three them in the majority of their matchest
hits. But for a ninth inning home this spring, as all but two eighteen-
run by Charlie Keller, Grove would hole rounds scored in the 70's.
have had a shutout. Triples by Mur- In the mornings best-ball play,'
rell Jones and Don Kolloway were the number one team of Dave Bar-l
instrumental in sending Ernie Bon- clay and Ed Schalon gained a 2 2
ham, down to his first defeat. | to % win over Dick Stackhouse and
TBill Dahl of Purdue beating them
The third place Detroit Tigers two-up on the back nine after stand-r
advanced to within one game of ing all-even going out. Pete Elliottt
the Yankees when they eked out a and Roger Kessler garnered three
2-0 decision over the Philadelphia more points by taking Boilermakersr
Athletics. Freddy Hutchinson, mak- Gene Nemeth and John Cleary two-
ing his initial start, pitched air- Gen Nmth nd Jt
tight ball, limiting the A's to four up on both nines.
hits, the same amount the Bengals Ramsey, Zimmerman Win
garnered off Bobo Newsomi. Playing in the number three doub-
les Bill Ramsey and Hank Zimmer-t
The Chicago Cubs pounded five man, a newcomer on the team, could-
New York Giant hurlers for 18 hits n't get together and bowed to Pur-
to smash out a 19-3 win over the hap- due's Bud Ainsworth and John Dur-e
less Polo Grounders in the first game niak by two holes going out and oneX
of a scheduled doubleheader. The hole coming in to lose three counters.
second game was postponed by rain. Barclay led the afternoon singlest
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Bloek or Wise T Draw T-agerGet Kell
matches by shooting a 74 to top olverine Sariig Role
Stackhouse three-up on the eighteen By WALT KLEE In Player Deal
and thereby gain a 21% to 1% deci- A more than capacity crowd of I^
sn.Having carded a 75 in the morn- Amoeta cpciy rwd f
ing round the Wolverine ace cap- 3,000 fans is expected to jam its way ' F lcCosk
tured medalist honors for the day into Ferry Field at 3 :30 p.m. tomor-
with a 149 total. row to see Michigan's baseball team DETROIT, May 18-(-iP-The De-
Elliott, in the number two match, tangle with the World Champion troit Tigers, plugging a defensive gap
scored a 75 for a 152 total to swamp T at third base and striving for more
Dahl, 3 to 0. Moved up to the third Detroit Tigers power in their impotent batting or-
spot on the team, Kessler came Manager Steve O'Neill has an- der, today traded outfielder Barney
through with a 3 to 0 victory over nounced that he will use his reserves McCosky to the Philadelphia Ath-
Nemeth by taking the two nines in the exhibition against the Wolver- letics for third baseman George Kell.
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carding aL77 for a 154 total score.
Schalon Loses Singles
After turning in a iow 74 in the
mornings best-ball competition, Scha-
lon with a 79 became the lone Wol-
verines loser in the singles when he
succumbed to Ainsworth, 212 to 12.
The Boilermaker, whose 78 tied team-
mate Stackhouse for the lowest score
turned in by Purdue in the singles,
nipped Schalon one-up on both nines.
Ramsey smothered his opponent,
Cleary, on the first nine six-up, but
slowed down on the back nine to
break even on it and win his match,
2% to %. He shot a 78 for a day's
total of 159. Bill Courtright carded
a 79 to trounce Durniak two-up on
each nine and rack up three more
points for the Maize and Blue.
Despite the rainy, windy weather,
the four lowest scorers on the Michi-
gan team totaled608 in the thirty-six
hole match. Last year Ohio State's
linksmen won the Conference champ-
ionship with a 603 total, which was
one of the lowest marks in Big Ten
golf history.
Barclay Looks Good
Barclay was missing birdies by
inches all day and anticlimaxed the
tournament by sinking a putt for
an eagle on the five-par eighteenth
hole, after he had already won his
match. On the fourth hole in his
doubleĀ§ match, Schalon plunked the
ball into his cup from a trap for a.
birdie.
Ramsey and Elliott were also put-
ting and chipping well. The Wolver-
ines, hoping for a break in the wea-
ther, will tackle Ohio State Monday
on the University course in an at-
tempt to avenge the 1912 to 7%/ de-
feat handed them earlier in the sea-
son by the Buckeyes.
Ohio State Dumps
Badger Nmn, 4-2
MADISON, Wis., May 18-Bill
Donnally curve-balled the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin baseball'club into
submission this afternoon as Ohio
State handed the Badgers a 4-2 de-
feat, their second in nine Western
Conference games. The victory gave
Ohio State an even break in the two-
game series.
Ohio State 000 201 010-4 7 2
Wisconsin 000 001 001--2 7 2
Donnally and Dudley; Lawrence
and Kronenberg.
Bac *te
Famine Drive

Cliff Wise or Earl Block.
In naming a half dozen of his
hurlers who might be available for
duty, the Tiger manager counted'
Tommy Bridges, Freddie Hutchin-'
aon, and his five leading pitchers,
Hal Newhouser, Virgil Trucks, Al
Benton, Stubby Overmire and Paul'
Trout. Speculation has run high that
Ted Gray, just out of the Navy, will
be the Tiger starter.
Tiger Batters Hope To Hit
The Detroit batting power, which
has been woefully weak so far this
season against American League
pitching may come to life againstl
college pitching, but it is expected2
that there won't be too many long
balls hit off the tantalizing slowI
curves of Cliff Wise and Pfo Boim.
Boim it will be remembered hand-
cuffed star-studded Great Lakes nine
to one earned run in eight innings
back in 1942.
Jimmy "Skeeter" Webb will give
regular shortstop Eddie Lake a day's
rest as the lead-off, batter for the
Tigers. Jimmy Bloodworth, pre-war
second baseman will replace Eddie
Mayo on the keystone sack and bat
second for Detroit.
Cramer To Appear
Veteran Doc Cramer will bat third
and play in centerfield for the World
Champions, While Anse Moore, a
rookie who played at Beaumont with
Hoot Evers, will bat cleanup and play
left field.
Roy Cullenbine will replace the
ailing Hank Greenberg at first, fol-
lowed in the batting order by Pat
Mullin, the third man in the out-
field. Either Jimmy Outlaw, Pinky
Higgins or newly-acquired George
Kell will man the hot corner with
Bob Swift behind the plate.
Wakefield May See Action
Dick Wakefield will return to the
college where he gained his fame, but
unless his bruised wrist is entirely
mended probably won't see any ac-
tion. There also is a likelihood that
Evers will see some action, his first
this season after breaking his ankle
in spring training. Michigan will field
the same lineup that has been used
all season.

Sox.
Trautman indicated that Mc-
Cosky's severe batting slump was the
chief reason for the trade and pointed
out that his departutre would make
way in the Tiger outfield for hard-
hitting Walter (Hoot) Evers, pro-
mising rookie.
Kell, an Arkansas school teacher
during the off-season, apparently
sold himself to the Tigers with his
hitting against them this season.
In 16 times at the plate against
Detroit pitching he hit safely 7
times for a .438 average.
He batted in 56 runs for the Ath-
letics last year and is regarded as an
able defensive man around the hot
corner.

sines o uL t.i cl a LaOl i e c G (4IIc '.'eI were ai manager George Traut
his starting pitcher until after he man of the World Champions, said
saw the success his mound staff the deal, first of mayor importance
will have against the Boston Red here since Rudy York went to
Sox sluggers in today's doubleheader. Boston last January for Eddie Lake,
Fisher Picks Four Aces i was av out-and-out trade with no
cash involved.
Meanwhile, the Maize and Blue c n
coach, Ray Fisher, has announced He added that Kell, 23, probably
that he plans to use at least the top wculd take his .286 batting average
four men on his mound staff with the into the Tiger lineup in tomorrow's
starting assignment going to either doubleheader with the Boston Red

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