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SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1946

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Wolverines End Season

With 9- in Over Irish

By DICK BURTON

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COASTING across the finish line
with a 226-point lead over second
place Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Chi
captured the 1946 Fraternity League
intramural sports crown.
The champions, in amassing a
grand total of 785 points, won three
titles during the school year includ-
ing "B" basketball, track, and golf.
The basketball title placed them in
the lead at the very start of the
sports race, a lead which they never
relinquished during the entire year's
play.
Sigma Phi Epsilon's championship
"A" league basketball team placed
them only 15 points behind the cham-
pions at the end of the cage season
but they could never quite overcome
Sigma Chi and as the year's pro-
gram progressed, the champs lead
gradually increased. The Sig Ep's
finished the year as runner-up with
559 markers. f
Alpha Tau Omega's two point mar-
gin over Beta Theta Pi won them
third place honors in this year's
race. The ATO's finished the season
with 546 tallies.
In the Professional Fraternity Lea-
gue Delta Sigma Delta, winners of
the softball title, collected 345 points
to cop the all-year sports crown in
their circuit. Runner-up Phi Rho
Sigma's 199 points was just six points
better than third place Xi Psi Phi's

total score and fourth place went tc
Nu Sigma Nu with 164 tallies.
GREENE HOUSE breezed easily in-
to the Residence Hall League
championship having won three
titles, both "A" and "B" basketball
crowns and the golf tournament,
scoring 615 counters for the year.
Second place went to Tyler House,
which won both the swimming and
track meets, finishing the race with
438 points. Wenley House scored
418 tallies to net them the third notch
in the Residence Hall final standings.
Three final playoffs remain on
the intramural schedule. Monday
afternoon will see the Phi Delta
Theta nine clash with Alpha Sig-
ma Phi to determine the fraternity
softball championship and the
Phi Delt's netters will meet the
winners of the Chi Phi-Chi Psi ten-
nis match to be played today on
the Ferry Field Courts.
Climaxing the 1946 intramural
sports program in the Residence Hall
League, Lloyd House will meet Hinds-
dale House in the final playoff game
for the softball title next week.
In the individual results of the
first postwar season one intramural
record was broken in the annual track
meet when Al Wahl of Sigma Chi
hurled the shot 43' 5" to better the
mark of 41' 62" which was set in
1932.
Ennis' Single Spoils
Barrett's No-Hitter
ST. LOUIS, June 8 -(VP)- Delmar
Ennis' eighth inning single broke up
Red Barrett's chance for a perfect
no-hit ball game tonight, but the St.
Louis Cardinal righthander went on
after retiring 22 batters to shut out
the Philadelphia Phillies 7 to 0 for
his first pitching victory of the year.
Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 1 0
St. Louis 202 000 21x-7 10 0

Nine Collects 17 Hits;
Notre Dame Rally Fails
Nussbaumer, Chappiis Top Michigan Attack
As Trio of Opposing Hurlers Are Walloped
By WALT KLEE
special to Tile iDaily
SOUTH BEND, June 8-Beating down a ninth inning rally that came
within one run of tying the ball game, Michigan's baseball team ended its
season by topping Notre Dame 9-8 in a seesaw battle.
Wolverine batsmen connected for 17 hits off three Irish hurlers, 14
off starter Jack Barrett before he was removed when the Wolverines
staged a three-run rally in the seventh. The Notre Dame ace suffered his
fourth defeat in two years at the hands of the Wolverines.
The win gives Michigan a season record of 18 victories and three
losses. Cliff Wise started on the mound for the visitors but gave way to
Earl Block in the seventh. Wise was credited with his sixth win of the year
against no losses.--
Coming to bat four runs behind for singles and Don Robinson's bad
their last inning the Irish scored throw to first for their first run in
three runs on three hits and a walk the second.
to come within a single tally of Thirdbaseman Gene Lavery's home
tying the ball game. run with two mates on base to right
Elmer Raba, Notre Dame right field was the biggest hit in the Irish
fielder, tried to stretch a triple that fourth which - saw Tak K1 inP .' d

NEW YORK, June 8 ('-il The
New York Yankees hooked uP with
Bobby Feller again today and met
their usual fate as the Cleveland
Fireballer stilled their bags with five
hits and beat them for the third
straight time, 2-1.
Feller was supreme master of the
Yanks as he whiffed eight. to raise
his season's strikeout total to 126 in
117 innings. It was his ninth victory
against four defeats. A crowd of
50.464 watched the game.
A second inning home run by Pat
Seerey with one aboard provided the
Indians with their margin of victory
as Charlie Keller connected with a
fast ball for his 12th homer in the
third frame.
Slugging Newhouser and three sue-
cessors for 18 hits, the blazing Red
Sox registered their 37th victory in
46 games as Joe Dobson gained his
seventh triumph against only one
setback. Dobson, who handed the
nine-game winning Newhouser his
only other loss this season, scattered
11 hits until the eighth inning when
the excessive heat and the emotional
;train caused by the death of his
father last night forced him to leave.
Bobby Doerr, with four hits in five
trips, including his seventh homer of
the year, led the Boston attack, wit-
nessed by 29,543 paid fans.
The charging Cubs made it six in
a row when they hung their second
straight 2-0 shutout over theCBrook-
lyn Dodgers before 36,229 Chicago
fans. Lefty Bob Chipmen, former

F eller Beats Yaiikees for Third
Straight Time; Detroit Is Beaten

Dodger. held the Brooks to five hits
in outpitching Rex Barney who was
making his first start. The victory
elevated the Cubs to within four
and a half games of the pace-setting
Dodgers.
Aided by a baloaded double
by Johnny Mize in the fifth inning,
Lefty Dave Koslo ended the New York
Giant's four-game losing streak by
pitching the Polo Grounders to a
5-3 triumph over the Pittsburgh Pir-
ates. Nick Strineevich, who opposed
Koslo, went all the way for the Bucs
to suffer his fourth defeat without a
win.
* * *
Ed Heusser registered his fifth vic-
tory when he hurled the Cincinnatti
Reds to a 4-2 victory over the Boston
Braves. Chuck's Workman's homer
with a mate aboard in the eighth
prevented Heusser from pitching a
shutout. A three-run assault against
Bill Lee in the first inning clinched
the game for the Reds.
* * *
The Philadelphia Athletics made
it two in a row over the St. Louis
Browns, blasting three hurlers for
a 9-3 victory. Sam Chapman and
Buddy Rosar slammed homers for
the Mackmen.
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Announcement was made yes-
terday by Coach Ray Fisher that
14 varsity letters had been award-
ed to members of this year's base-
ball team which finished the sea-
son with 18 victories against three
losses and placed second in the
Big Ten standings.
The letter winners are: Earl
Block, Romulus; Irving Boim, Chi-
cago; Bliss Bowman, Detroit; Jim
Brown, Vicksburg; Robert Chap-
puis, Toledo; Ralph Houser, Le-
banon, Ind.; Walter Kell, Kanka-
kee, Ill; Don Robinson, Detroit;
Tom Rosema, Grand Rapids; Dick
Savage, Willow Village; Elmer
Swanson, Detroit; Dominic Toma-
si, Flint; Jack Weisenberger, Mus-
kegon; Cliff Wise, Jackson.
Minor awards were won by:
Dick Bodycombe, Grosse Pointe;
Walter Rankin, Detroit; Bob Sax-
ton, Ann Arbor; Tom Urquhart,
East Lansing; and Joseph Sobole-
ski, Grand Rapids.

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take over a one run lead. Three hits
and Walt Kell's boot of a ground ball
were good for four runs.
Chappuis Hits Two Triples
The Wolverines tied up the ball
game in the fifth on Jack Weisen-
berger's second single and Chappuis'
second triple of the game.
Three singles, a sacrifice and an
error made the score 8-5 in favor of
the Wolverines in the seventh. Chap-
puis pulled some of the craziest base-
running of the day when it took four
men and seven assists to effect a
putout when he was trapped between
second and third.
Robinson Spiked
Two singles and a walk produced
the eventual winning run in the
eighth frame. Kell lead off with a
base on balls and was moved to third
on Bob Nussbaumer's third single
of the day. Robinson's third hit of
the day produced the final Maize and
Blue score. Nussbaumer was out on
a force play at the plate before Rose-
ma ended the inning on an infield
play.
Robinson was spiked by Raba as
he stole second in the next to the
last frame. TheWolverine shortstop
was taken to the Infirmary where
three stitches were required to close
the gash in the left leg above the
ankle.
Base Hit Barrage
MICHIGAN
A.RRHPOAE

DON ROBINSON . . . Wolverine
shortstop, who collected three sin-
gles in five times at bat before be-
ing removed as a result of a spike
injury suffered in the eighth in-
ning as Michigan beat Notre Dame,
9 to 8.
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had driven in two runs into a homer
and was out Bob Chappuis to Jimmy
Brown to Block. Block struck- out
pinch hitter Ray Clemente to end
the game.
The Wolverines jumped off to a
four run lead in the first inning on
four hits and an error. Chappuis
hit a triple which drove in two runs
for the longest blow of the game.
It bounded off the left field wall 425
feet from the plate.
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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. G1
Boston ........ 37 9 .804 ...
New York .... 32 18 .640 7
Washington . .. 27 19 .587 10
DETROIT ......25 22 .532 121
Cleveland...... 20 28 .417 18
St. Louis ... 18 28 .391 19
Chicago .......15 29 .341 21
Philadelphia .. 13 34 .277 23
SATUR DAY'S RE SUL TS
Boston 15, DETROIT 4
Washington 7, C0itago 6
Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 3
Cleveland 2, New York I1
SUNDAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at New York (2)
DETROIT at Boston (2)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (2)
Chicago at Washington (2)}
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn ...... 30 16 652
St. Louis .......26 19 .578 3'"
Chicago .......24 19 .558 4'
Cincinnati .... 20 20 .500 7
New York .......21 25 .457 9
Boston.........20 24 .455 9
Pittsburgh .... 18 24 .429 10
Philadelphia .. 15 27 .357 13
SATU RDAYV'S RE'SUtLTS
Chicago 2, Brooklyn 0
New Yosk 5, Pittsburgh 3
Cincinnati 4, Boston 2
St. Louis 7, Philadellphia 0
SUNDAY'S GAMES
Boston at Cincinnati (2)
Brooklyn at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis (2)
New York at Pittsburgh (2)

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Nussbaumer, cf . . . .
Robinson, ss.......
Brown, ss.........
Weisenberger, if ... .
Rosema, lb.......
Chappuis, rf......
Tomasi, 2b.......
Swanson, c........
Wise, p...........
Block, p ..........

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Sheehan. c......... 5 1 3 7 3 0
Raba, rf ............ 5 12 3 2 1
Barrett, p........... 3 1 1 0 1 0
Mohannah, p ........ 1 0 0 0 0 0
*Kozlik .............. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Smullen, p ......... 0 0 0 0 0 0
**Clemente........... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Petrozelka, lb....... 3 0 1 7 0 0
Koblash, is......... 4 1 0 0 0 0
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**Batted for Smullen in ninth.
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