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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1946

TE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Bosox

Take Series Lead As Ferris Blanks Cards

BOB CHAPIN'S CARTOON ...

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HICIHIGANMS FINE PERFORMANCE
REALLY SCARED THE ARMY SCOUT.
CRISLER IS ALL %K
SMILES AND JOY OVER
THE. INDIANA VICTORY.

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MURDER 'EM !
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York Drives Second Four-Master
As Boston Captures 4-0 Decision

'Boo' Overpowers Redbird Clouters
Terrible Ted Racks Up Bunt Single

Allowing Only Six Safeties;
as York Takes Over Power Role

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By The Associated Press
FENWAY PARK, BOSTON, Oct. 9{
--Again today large Rudy York laid
his 210 sinewy pounds against a
baseball and sent it soaring beyond
the vision, and again the pride of
Cartersville, Ga., broke the hearts
of the hard-fighting St. Louis Car-
dinals.
Rudy's second mighty four-bag-
ger of the World Series, delivered
in the first inning with Johnny Pes-
ky and Ted Williams on base, pro-
vided the winning runs as the Red
Sox boomed to a 4-0 victory in their
own Fenway Park and took what
looked likeya long 2-to-1 lead in
the big play-off.
Ferris Allows Six Hits
With Big Dave "Boo" Ferris, Bos-
ton righthander, choking the Cards
off with six widely spaced hits and
not permitting a batter to reach
third until the last inning, it was of
little or no importance that the
kmerican Leaguers shoved across an-
other unearned run in the eighth
inning off a Cardinal relief finger.
It was Rudy's clout off righthand-
er Murry Dickson that did the work.
With two out and the count on him
three balls and two strikes, the vet-
eran first baseman caught a low
pitch on the button and sent it al-
most on a line drive over the left
field wall. If anything, it was hit
with greater force than the one with
which he broke up the 10-inning op-
ener at St. Louis three days ago.
Homer Just Clears Wall
The ball cleared the barrier just

slightly more glittering that that of
his husky young teammate, Ferris. In
registering his 14th straight triumph
at F e n w a y Park for the season
against no defeats, the sophomore
star from Shaw, Miss., simply over-
powered the Red Birds all the way.
The only time he was even threat-
ened with a score was in the ninth,
when, with two down, Stan Musial
stacked a line triple against the bull-
pen in right field. Equal to the oc-
casion, Ferris bore down and struck
out the dangerous Enos Slaughter
to close out the game and send a

crowd of 34,500 home happy. It was
only Ferris' second strikeout of the
game, aid possibly indicated that he
had worked with considerable in re-
serve.
Williams Bunts Safely
The game otherwise was noted for
the fact that Ted Williams finally
laid down a perfect bunt against the
"overbalanced" infield defense with
which the Cards had plagued him in
the first two games, and that Second
Baseman Bobby Doerr of the Sox
tied a World Series record by han-
dling eight assists.

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ONE PUBLIC LECTURE
"The 'Conceptual Breakdown of our Times and a Suggested Remedy"
Speaker: F. L. Kunz, Editor of "Main Currents in Modern Thought"
Chairman: Ass't. Professor Walter S. Lundahl, Biology Dept.,
Michigan State College
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11
Discussion will be invited on the relations of Art, Science, Religion
and Philosophy.
Michigan League . . . 8 P.M.
Admission 50c
Amazinga neW transpertadenf

A cartoonist's eye-view of thefootball season.

y-
Fraternity Track
Title Is at Stake
Sixteen fraternities will compete
for the annual Intra-Fraternity
track title today at 4:15 a Ferry
Field.
Sigma Chi, the defending champ-
ions, are expected to make a strong
bid to retain their 1945 crown.
MANICURIST!
IN ATTENDANCE
at
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
Between State & Michigan Theaters

GRID PADEREWSKI:
Versatile Dworsky Relaxes with Easel or
Piano after Rocking Foes oni Football Field

By EV ELLIN
A bull might be out of place in a
china shop, but Fritz Crisler has one
on his staff of beefy lads that would
feel right at home with a pallet and
an ivory keyboard.
Hard-hitting fullback Dan "Bull"
Dworsky, a tough guy to meet be-
tweenthe chalk stripes, is no slouch
when it comes to the finer things in

life. An accomplished artist and
pianist, Big Dan is really in solid
with the long haired boys and can
hold his own in any chamber room
gathering.
Dworsky earned his nickname
down at Ferry Field scrimmage
sessions early this seasan. With a

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six foot frame that tips the scales above the word "shadow" in an ad-
at 200 lbs., (Dan is just a little vertisement, and it cast a pall over
boy) and his high stepping, hip- the Cards which never lifted, despite
rocking style of running, he re- the bright sunshine that sparkled all
sembles the charging form of an through the chilly afternoon.
infuriated Ferdinand. Whence the In one respect, it was too bad that
"Bull." the Sox got to Reliefer Ted Wilks for
A returning letterman from last their fourth run on a pair of hits
and an error by Second Baseman
Red Schoendienst.
Had the game ended 3 to 0, York
could have gained the distinction of
:.being the second batter on record
to have won two World Series battles
outright with home runs. Casey
Stengel, then with the Giants, did it
against the Yankees in the 1923
play-off.
Musial Triples
York's achievement was o n 1 y
a Dorais Gets
New Contract
DETROIT, Oct. 9-(A)-Charles E.
(Gus) Dorais today accepted a new
five-year contr act to coach the De-
troit Lions of the National Football
League as, owner Fred Mandel, jr.,
moved to dispel any hint that a
change in the coaching staff was be-
ing considered.
While Dorais' previous contract
still had a. year to go, Mandel de-
clared that the new contract will go
into effect at the expiration of the
present one, keeping the veteran
pilotat the helm. of the Lions
through 1951.
WORSKY The contract, terms of which were
not disclosed, serves as a vote of con-
season's sensational 17 - year - old fidence for Dorais although the
team, Dworsky has earned a repo- Lions lost both their first two league
tation as an outstanding defensive games.
player. In his line backing slot, Dan Detroit inaugurates its home sea.-
son here Sunday against the Chicago
has contributed measurably to Cardinals, to whom the Lions bowed
Michigan's excellent defensive rec- 'Sept. 30 in their fj.st taste of
ord. league action.
Vaughn Monroe's danceable albun,"On the Moon-
beam" is in again . - . and somiie jivy repeats . . . Stan
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