FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1946
TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Michigan Netters Defeat Spartans'
Indians Square Series
By Edging Boston, 3.2
DETROIT, May 23-UIl)-Bashing
out three successive homers to tie a
Major League record during an eight-
run explosion in the fifth inning,
the New York Yankees pasted the
Detroit Tigers, 12 to 6, here today
to move within five games of the lea-
gue leading Boston Red Sox, who
lost at Cleveland.
New York's murdersome inning,
victimizing four Detroit pitchers, in-
cluded 10 hits - eight of them in
a row - for a total of 20 bases.
By clouting four home runs in a
single game for the first time this
year, the Yanks stepped up their
tempo of circuit smacks to 38 in 35
games this season. Joe Gordon, with
two home runs and 4 double batted
in four runs and Charley Keller, with
two singles batted in three.
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CLEVELAND, May 23 -(/) The
Cleveland Indians squared the two-
game series with the Boston Rel Sox
today, dumping the American League
leaders by 3 to 2 in 10 innings as the
clubs went into extra frames for the
second straight day.
Wolverines Hand MSC
5-4Defeat in Return Tilt
nibeiidO l Ooe 1ul)hs Prove s Deliiig il i e
As Michiligan rI .Vs 1'ouir Poit int Singles
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LANSING. May 23 -- Michigan
State's varsity team received its see-
ond defeat at the hands of the Wol-
verines in a return match yesterday
as Coach Leroy Weir's charges
squeezed out a 5-4 victory on the sun-
baked Spartan courts.
Revenge was oh so sweet for Michi-
gan's leadoff man Jack Hersh who
defeated his Spartan adversary, Ro-
ger Cessna, by the lop-sided score of
0-6, 6-2, 6-2. Hersh lost to Cessna
the first time he faced him earlier+
in the season.
Bill Mikulich, Woiverine num-
her two man, after having bowed to
MSC's Bob Malaga on their first
meeting, evened the score yester-
day as he smashed his way to a
timely three set victory, 3-6, 6-4,
6-3. Malaga is a former Ohio state
prep tennis champ.
Michigan's regular number three
man, Fred Wellington, was unable to
make the trip to East Lansing and
the Wolverines' four, five, and six
men were moved up one slot, each as
Paul Schoenlaub took over the nuth-
ber six singles assignment.
After dropping his first set. 5-7,
Dean McClusky took hold and swept
the remaining two, 6-3, 6-0, to de-
feat State's Dave Phillips. Herb Hoo-
ver, MSC's number four man, and a
returning letterman, played steady
tennis in defeating Michigan's Jack
Evans, 6-2, 6-2.
Michigan's dependable Hal Cook
defeated State's Carl Frann in two
quick sets, 6-2, 6-2, to chalk up his
eighth victory of the season in
singles competition. Schoenlaub,
who made his second singles ap-
pearance yesterday, dropped his
match to Spartan Mike Yatchnan,
IHersh took sick at the end of his
match and as a result the scheduled
number one doubles was temporarily
delayed as he underwent first aid
treatment. With the score riding at
4-2 in favor of Michigan, the Wolver-
ines' number two team of McClusky
and Evans encountered State's Phil-
lips and Frann. After splitting the
first two sets, 6-2, 2-6, the Spartans
took the third set, 6-4, and the match.
to bring their team within one point
of the Wolverines.
Michigan's number three duet, of
"ave Post and Mickey Dayton met
with the s:ame misfortune and drop-
ped their match to State's team of
Malaga and Martin, 3-6, 2-6, knot-
ting the score at 4 all.
Meanwhile, Hersh had been re-
vived and he and Mikulich took the,
court against State's number one
combo of Cessna and Hoover in
the deciding match of the day. The
Wolverines took the first set, 6-4,
and were trailing 4-5 in the second
when the Spartans won the add as
set point hung in the balance. This
was the turning point of the match
for the Michigan duet rallied in
the clutch to win the point and
from there on to sweep the next
three games and the match, to
hand the Wolverines a timely 5-4
Yesterday's win brought Michigan's'
record for the season up to eight vic-
tories against four defeats. The Wol-
verines next match is scheduled with
Notre Dame at South Bend, Saturday.
Out To Break
Ihwkheyes IPriimed for
lx ((1 Here Sal Hrdfy
When Coach Larry Snyder brings ,
his strong Ohio State track squad to
Ann Arbor tomorrow, he will be try-
ing to break a jinx that has kept the
Buckeyes from defeating the Maize
and Blue on its home track during
the 29 year span of the rivalry.
Enjoying thir most successful sea-
son since 1942, the Ohio State thin-
clads have compiled an impressive
record with successive victories over
Indiana, Purdue, Michigan State, and
Judging by past performances, the
outcome of the meet may be in doubt
until the final event, the mile relay,
is run. In Conference competition
this year, the speedy Illinois quar-
tet has been the only mile relay team
to break the tape ahead of the Wol-
Coach Ken Doherty has relied
mainly on the combination of Bill
Haidler, Val Johnson, Hap Coleman
and Hugh Short to capture the relay
points for the Maize and Blue. In
the dual meet with Illinois last week-
end. Short and Coleman came
through with their fastest quarter-
miles of the season, being clocked
47.6 and 47.7 respectively.
Johnson sped through his leg of
the relay in 49.6, his best time to date.
Haidler, who usually leads off for
the relay quartet, may not start Sat-
urday, since he has been bothered
by a bad knee all week. In his place
Doherty will use either Ron Soble,
who has hit 51.0 for the 440, or Herbj
Barten, indoor Conference half-mile
champion, who has stepped the quar-
ter in 50.2.
Ohio State's fast mile relay team
has been clocked in 3:23. In Carl
Baynard the Buckeyes have a 49.0
quarter-miler for the lead-off posi-
tion. Dick Bennett will run the sec-
ond leg of the relay, while Stu Reid,
who won the 440-yard dash in 50.4
against Penn State last week-end, will
take care of the third quarter-mile.
Running against Michigan's Short at
anchor, will be Buckeye Mal Whit-
Wolverine hurdler Neil MacIntyre
will be ready to run against Ohio
State. Although MacIntyre took sec-
ond in the high hurdles in Michigan's
first outdoor dual meet, a pulled
muscle has keptuhim sidelinedever
Wolverine Nine To Oppose Purdue
In Quest of Fifth Conference Victory
Wisc To Hurl In Series Opene.r here Today; lcwniueleading Wisconsin Badgers
Boidermakers Boast Eight-Gaie Win Streak will square off in their last two games
of the season against Northwestern.
Second place Illinois is at Iowa in
Bringing an enviable record of eight Ray Fisher, coach of the Wolver- another crucial series.
straight wins, Purdue's baseball team . If Michigan is to take its third
will face Michigan's nine at 3:30 p.m. se team, will send Cliff Wise to the straight Big Ten crown, both the
today and tomorrow on Ferry Field. pitching rubber in the opening game. Badgers and Illini must either be
After a slow start, which saw them The lanky righthander will be seek- rained out or do no better than split
lose four straight Big Ten contests ing his sixth win without a defeat in their pair of contests this week-end.
to Wisconsin and Iowa, the Boiler-
makers found their stride and took a
pair of games from Ohio State three
weeks ago. Purdue was rained out of
its series against Illinois.
The outstanding star on this year's
Boilermaker team is pitcher Irv Clafe-
man, who has been nominated to
start today's contest. The righthander
has won his last three starts and has
a season record of five wins against
C(irdinaIls Hayve Their
Aiexicl(rtWf orries, Too
NEW YORK, May 29--(P)-Max
Lanier, the leading pitcher in the
National League, and two St.
Louis teammates, planned a trip
to Mexico today and then can-
celled their arrangements, but
failed to appear at the Polo
Grounds for the Cardinals' game
with the New York Giants.
The first step in the day's con-
fusing developments found infield-
er Lou Klein, pitcher Fred Martin
and Lanier, accompanied by Ber-
nardo Pasquel, vice-president of
the Mexican Baseball League, ap-
plying for permits to visit Mexico.
Although there had been no le-
gal action by the Cardinal own-
ers, a trial is pending on the New
York Yankees' request for a per-
w-anent injunction against the
Pasquels and their agents.
the series opener. Earl Block will
seek his fifth win of the season in
The Boilermakers will field three
men who are batting over .300 in Con-
ference competition: leadoff man and
centerfielder "Red" Anderson who
has hit the ball at a phenomenal .600
mark against Big Ten pitching, and
Shortstop Johnny Galvin and third
baseman Ed Ehlers who are batting
Following Anderson in the batting
order will be Olin Martin left fielder,
after whom will bat the hard hit-
ting shortstop, Galvin. Ehlers will
bat in fourth position ahead of right-
fielder Walter Lenczyk.
Secondbaseman Hank Stram will
follow the rightfielder. Monroe Sorge
will bat seventh and play on first
base. Fred Schimmelfenig will catch
and bat ahead of the pitcher.
Elsewhere in the Conference, the
Big Ten Standings
W L Pet.
Wisconsin ,....,. 7 2 .778
Illinois............ 6 2 .750
MICHIGAN........ 4 2 .667
Minnesota .........5 3 .625
Iowa ............. 5 3 .625
Indiana...........3 3 .500
Ohio State ........3 4 .420
Northwestern ...... 2 4 .333
Purdue............ 2 4 .333
Chicago........... 0 10 .000
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Major League Standings
New York ....
W L Pet.
27 8 .771
22 13 .629
16 14 .533
18 16 .529
15 18 .455
14 19 .424
10 19 .345
9 24 .273
it ,'Louis . . . 19 1(1
Btrooklyn . . . . ..119 10
Boston 16 13
Chicago .......15 13<
Cincinnati ...i. 13 13
New York ...... 12 18
Philadelphia, . 8 20
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1. Men's League (Thursday night)
2. Women's League (Wednesday night)
3. Mixed doubles league (2 couples per team) (Tuesday night)
You are invited to join these leagues. You may enter as an indi-
vidual, or couple and we will place you on a team, or you may enter
as a team if you care to organize your own team. Leagues will start
the second week of June.
A bowlers meeting at the Willow Run Alleys will be held at 7:30
p.m. Monday, May 27, so that all persons interested can attend to
select team captains and get league schedules set. Come out or
send your team representative to attend this meeting to be sure
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Get your gang lined up and bowl at least once a week this summer
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New York 12, Detroit 6
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Washington at St. Louis, rain
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Brooklyn 2, Chicago I
Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 2
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,Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (night)
St. Louis at Cincinnati (night)
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