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SUJNDAY, MAY 25, 1947

THE ICHGANDAILY~

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Michigan closed its tenn1is .,C'aign <_in suxtey Q _ her,_, -
terday as it adnmistered an 8-1 defeat to the OA N - ,. ( netters.,
sweeping all the matchen On- ~tof01the sille
Thus, Coach Bob Dions crew wound up xi Pa7-.; rectird foi
the Season. a CIed'CItalO .;soxx lug for 1 o' £ . erm Mi21.4 iiga 0

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DVE 1BARCLAY and BIL UTLJKICH -- Captained the golf and
ten~nis (carnis, recspectively, to vietories over Ohio State in pre-
confterence tune-tos yester-day.
Tigers Nip White" Sox, 5-w4;
Vmnks, Senators Tinumph

DETROIT, May 24--(RP)-Pitch-
er Paiul (Dizzy) Trout blew him-
sielf to a big day today by homnerinig
in the tenth to win his own game
for the Detroit Tigers over the
fOicago White Sox, 5 to 4.
Dizzy's .wallop. into the left-
field stands, with one out, carried
the Tigers into a two-and-a-half-
game lead in the American League,
cap<ed his own fifth victory of
the season, and made it two
straightt for Detroit in the series.
The slugging Tiger righthander
drove in a total of three runs. He
sent one home in the second on a
sin.gle and another in the sixth on
a fly. His game-winrning blow
came of f relief pitcher Gordon
Maltzberger.
The line score:
Chicago.. 100 100020--4 9 0
G2rove. Maltzberger (9) and
Stephensonu, Tresh (9); Trout and
Wagnier.
Chandiler Blanks Sox
NEW YORK, May 24-(R)- Du-
plicating Allie Reynolds' Friday
feat of limiting the Boston Red
Sox to two hits, veteran, Spud

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Chandler spun the third success-
ive New York Yankee shutout to-
day and the second straight. over
the American League Champions,
5-.0, before 42,219 cash fans at
Yankee Stadium.
Chandler was nicked for singles
only by big Rudy York in the sec-
ond inning and losing pitcher
Dave (Boo) Ferriss in' the third.
Only yesterday, Reynolds held the
Red Sox to safeties by Bill Good-
man and Birdie Tebbetts in blank-
ing them 9-0. In the Yankees'
previous start, rookie Frank Shea
whitewashed the Detroit Tigers
with four hits.
The Yankees supported Chand-
ler with a nine-hit attack, four of
them comning in the big seventh
innin~g when they scored three
times to insure the vict,)ry. The
outburst was featured by a two-
run single by Joe DiM lggio.
George McQuinn drove in the oth-
er run with a single.
The line score :
Boston 000 000 00.-0 2 0
New York 100 010 30x-5 9 1
Ferriss, Fine ( 8) and Tebbetts,
Partee.
Nts Whitewash A's
PHILADELPHIA, May 24-IP)-.
Landing on Dick Fowler for three
r uns in the third inning, the
Washington Senators coasted to
a 5-0 victory over the Philadel-
phia Athletics before 6,081 fans
and 1,500 children today.
Marino "Chuck" Pieretti, Italian
born right-hander, limited the
M'aks to five scattered safeties
and did not permit a man to pass
second base as he struck out six
in chalking up his first mound
triumph of the year.
Buddy Lewis had four hits in
five tries, including a pair of dou-
bles.
The line score:
Wash igton 003 010 010-510 0
Philadelphia000 004) 000--0 5;0
Pieretti and FerrellI; Fowler,
SavAge (1) and Rosar.
In Overtime, 4-3
BROOKLYN, May 24-(')-The
Philadelphia Phillies spotted the
Brooklyn Dodgers three runs in
the first inning iand came back to
defeat the Flatbush clan, 4-3, in
10 innings today.
Facing Hugh Casey in the 10th
after he had tied the game in the
eighth inning wtih his first home
run of the season and only his
third round tripper in five years,
Skeeter Newsome opened with a
single off Pee Wee Reese's glove.
Harry Walker bunted him to sec-
Qnd, and after an infield out had
sent him to third, Johnny Wyro-
stek bounced a single off second
baseman Stan Rojek's glove for

man Andy Paton dropied the
only Wolverine point t Buckeye
IGordon Conklin, 9-7. 5-7 6-4. I
the last set Paton had Corkili-
going 4-2, but. the Buckeye ace
broke through Paton's net t c
services in addition to hldng hs
awn to take the lone Ohio State
match.
A strong backhand and fore-
hand, that almost unerringly
placed balls past the net -playing
Paton, compensated for Conklin':-
weak serve.
Otto Snaps hack
The most welcome victory was
that of Fred Otto, No. 2 perforn-
er, who snapped a four-match
losing streak by defeating Ton
Mitchell, 6-0, 7-5. Otto had an7
easy time in the initial s t as; he
kept blazing his strong bkhan ld
shots from deep court Gunr to
Mitchell who beat himself by his
inability to return them.
In his usuual No. :3 slot Fred
Ziemann powered Arnold Ltien+
stein in two identical 6"-2 sets.
Once more Ziemann's wicked fore-
hand shot, that takres off as if it
were fired from a cannon, put
Levenstemn near thne ack lines of
the court where he could do little.
Mikulich Outlasts Col
Buckeye ]Dick Cole had Captain
Bill Mikulich at match point in
the last set, but "Mik" pulled the 1
set and the match out of the fire,'
6-1, 3-6, 8-6. It was hard and
steady tennis for both players, but
Mikulich was a bit more consis-
tent in racking up thle No. 4
singles,
Weakest man on the Wolverine
tennis pole, but one of the smart-
est players, Gordon Naugle blast-
ed Jack Pickering, 6-0. 6-1, using
his old standby, the lob return
to best advantage.
Cook Wins No. 6 Match
Taking the last singles point at
No. 6 position, "durable" Hal Cook
downed Leonard Schiff, 7-5, 6-1.
one of the less flashy members
of the squad, Cook played a steady
backcourt game except for a few
instances when he came up close
for a quick volley.
In the doubles matches Paton
got his share of revenge from
Conklin when he teamed up with
Fred Otto to drop Conklin and
Levenstein, 6-3, 7-5. Rounding
out the picture, Mikulich and Zie-
mann combined to top Cole and
Mitchell, 6-3, 6-4. while Cook and
Naugle had to go overtime to ake
Pickering and Schiff, 8-6, 3-6, 6-4.
Errors Help inciinati
Shut-out Chicago, 6-0
CHICAGO, May 24-(iP-'-Three
errors and two wild pitches by the
Chicago Cubs helped the Cincin-
nati Reds to six runs, five of which
were unearned, in a messy seventh
inning here today and Cincinnati
coasted in easily for a 6-0 triumph
before a crowd of 22051.
Johnny Vander Meer scattered
five hits for his second victory
with only one man reaching thrd
base on him. It snapped a three-
game Cub winning streak.
Henry Wyse xas the victim of
the sloppy Cub fielding, although
he himself had a hand in it with,
one error.

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Neewsot]k 5. Boston - 0
C'hicago at Det1roit (2) -Lfee
(2-1) and Lop~a L ;(:-4) es. Nev,-
houaser. 0-5) .cad White (1-0)
St. Lois t lvaid(2-
Kramer (3-2) an~d Fanii in (1 -2)
vs. Black (3-.3) and Ein7bwee (3-
3)
Wa,i-infrton at Piuepi
(2)-W ynn (3-:3) ar a t er-
sots (-)vs. Flores 01--O4.i a
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.:-. <ai andthen casett
7 t 2 icoryover Nrhetr
f tI~y behin Art. 11stefeci e
' -lit ip=C1h1ng
1-1 l)e ha~it i allwed only threht
P uno rns upunut il th E 1ig-t
?Jack Oagle, sta<r otaw
La Nortwestern, was the first of;r
y', v \ildeat pitchers anJ w s1
Sontratight for ,M,'
:e~n t~ry aeiJiiia t;-,ight v i c t- o r v overS
Lb wetern.'IkeWolverines i
tviFia' gamie 7 to 6.
M~e~gaipounded Ogle hard ini
the first inning and reflled up a
4 wi)o leadl. Paul Veih singled,
BumpLiictt was safe on an error.
iEriwie Wikel walked andiVeith
t, ,J cdafter D,m Tomasi flied out.
AfIrCharley Ketterer was given
<; md ntntioial pass. filling theC
~ip Anles by Bob Wiese and
i l a l{1 R ay mnon d s (cored three ] ,v ru st
creAgain in Third
,~~li5iI pi(lykCI ill)its otherC
th ruins with a third-inning up-
ri.,Is:,. Hcwie Wikel strtd it oft'f
wi' iti<< liard double to left and
v. lewIke-d weisenburger ai id
f-umi to"lad theIbasies.
V, l was out at home tr~ying
to score on EKetterer's bunt but
Wei eriburger, Tornasi and Ket -
terer all made it home on an
overthrow to the plate by Ogle
and a single by Raymornd. 4
Bole Carries Load I
After that it was all up to Dole
and he carrled the burden lightly. c
He was nicked for two hits in the
fourth inning and another in the
seve:nth. But hie had a shutout
ui t a costly (error' 1on. a at empt-
e, (double play produced a runi in
the eighth inning.. I
IRoger Swenson, a pinch-hitter,
singled to start the eighth. Dutch
Dnning, another pinch-batter,
hit a grounder which Dole fielded
and tossed to Weise'nburPger forc-
in Swenson at secondl. Weisen-
bigem' o rifled the ball to Wikel at.
frtin an attcempt to catch Dun-
ning, buit the throw went far over
Wikel's head and Dunning was
safe,
#Cats Finally Score
Shortstop Doa Burson singled
him to third and he scored when
IBob Wilson got his second single
oflf Dole.
The Wildcats got one more run
in the final inning, but Dole ended
the session by striking out one
pinch-hitter and forcing Burson
to fly out to center field. .

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Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
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all, Jack Vezina, who won fre ih-
mian golf numei als here back in
1938 prior to a four-,year armyG
hitch, took all three points fromI
hi , Buckeye adversary, Don Stef-
ten, with a 77 to give the Wolver-
ines their 13th su{ccessi in 17 starts
and their third 'triumph in five
Big Nine tests.
The most sparkling perform-
ance, however, was turned in by
ive, alist Bill "Corky" C ourt-
iight, who fired a sensational
71, one utnder par, in his final
e fort. as a W1'olverine golfer.
Shooting in the number five
singles :iot, he tied Torn Clor'an
en the front. nine with a 36 but
cau'ded a 3J5 on the back to take
21,2 otit of the three p)ossible
points. This brought tthe scor'e
to a 12-12 deadlock.
Johnny Jenswold, who along
with Vezina. and Courtright al-
so made his final appearance in
a Wolverine line-up, split three
1.;aint4 in the singles, and teamed
up %ih Ed Sehalon in the best
jball tourney to also break even
against Alex Polli and Pete
Soh]. Wolverine golfers dropped
the two other best ball four-
SoUIes.
Another sterling card was turn-
ed in by Captain Dave Barclay of
IMichigan who recorded a blazing
72 in the singles against Howie
,Saunders, Buckeye ace, who hit
with a 74.
The summaries:
Best Ball Foursomes -- John
Zoller and Howard Saunders
OSU) def. Dave Barclay and
Pete Elliott (M) 2-1; Ed Schal-
on and John Jenswold (MW) tied
Alex Polli and Pete Sohl (OSU)
1121 ;Tom Choran and Don
Steff en (OSU) def. flog Keesler
and Bill Ludolph (M)2-
OSUJ 6, Michigan 3.
Individual Matches-Barclay
(OSU) (37-35-74) 21r-'_;
(M) (37-35-72) def. Saunders
Schalon (M) (39-36-75) tied
Zoller (OSU) (38-36-74) I%~-
1%2; Polli (OSU) (37-40-77)
def. Kessler (M) (40-38-78)
2-1; Jenswold (M1') (39-38-77)
tied Sohl (05(J) (38-39-77)
1!-1I/; Bill Courtright (M)
(36-35-71) def. Cloran (OSU)
(36-38-74) 2'2- ~; Jack Vez-
ina (MW) (40-37-77) def. Stef-
fen (OSU) (41-38-79).

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The dual meet season officially
ended yesterday, but Michigan's
golf team will meet a strong 12-
man alumni squad, headed by
Chuck Koesis. at 1 p.m. today at
the Barton Hills course.
Ray Courtright, former Wol-
verine linksmnaster, will present
tthe first annual Lynn Rliess
trophy to the winning team in
memory of a* Michigan golfer
killed in the late war.
A buffet supper will follow the
match. At that time, a continua-
tions committee, consisting of two
alumni and two members of next
year's varsity, will be formed to
mnake the tournament an annual
affair.
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YESTERDAI

Boston 3:, New Yomk 2
Cincinati (6, Chicag.o 0
Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn :
(l0)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis, rain r
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at St. Lois (2)--!
Behrman (0-1) and Bah'Tr (3-1)
vs. Dickson (0-6) and Rearcn (2-
New York at Boston (2) -
Koslo (3-1) and Il1artung (2-0)
vs. Sam ('-3) or Barrett (1-2)E
and Cooper (1-4)
Philadelphia at Brooklyn-
Mauney (0-0) vs. flatten (4-1)
Cincinnati at Chieago-Pet-;
erson (1-1) vs. Borowy (3-1)
BOSTON, May 24-i/-(A-The
Boston Braves tonight took over
sole possession of third place and
climbed within a half game of
the first place Giants tonight by
whipping the New York club 3-2
before 35,7831 fans. The victory
was the seventh without defeat for
Lefty Warren Spahn who limited
the Giants to four hits.E
The Giants tok a quick two"-
run lead in the first inning when
Johnny Mire clouted his 12th
homer of the season into the right
field bull pen, scoring Buddy
Blattner, who had walked. ahead
of him.

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By POWN ZUCKER
Aupi eidence that M4ichig:an is determined to succes;sfully de
fer" is 3Big Nine golf title in the Conference meet next w ek -end was
[udentd ysti dy wenthe Wolverines edged past poerful Ohio
4tateo .t.t. t'mu ivesvcus,15-12, in their final dual meet of the
rear'.
The vei ing Buck;eleyes, hithert~o undefeated in 11 ma~tche in ea-
,-(:1i play, mnoved ahead 6-3 at the
",ud of the morning best ball corn- I
petition, but slowly lost ground in otieris M eetnonssi nivda
matches. A i ii IA
With the score knotted at 12-

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Michigan 12, OSU 6.
Final Score: Michigan
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Goosers to Softball Win
The Goosers rallied in two runs
in their half of the last inning to
defeat Sigma Nu, 4-3, and advance
to the finals of the I-M Indepen-
dent league championships for the
first place teams.
On the mound for the Goosers
Gene Derricotte gave up four hits
while striking out eleven. The
winning runs were scored on Der-
ricote's single that drove in Bob
Brown and Don Kane.

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On the Giants' last trip to Boston. 'x--matted for Veiitn in 3rd.
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