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$T AY, OCTOBER 11, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FAU TMEE

P~DAY, OCTOBER 11, 1946 - PAC-~ THI~E~

Cardinals

Blast

Red

Sox,

12

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To

Even

Series

Wolverines, Cadets Ready

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Crisler Runs
Team Through
Final Drills
Don Robinson Returns
To Bolster 'M' Squad
Army's big football team will arrive
at Michigan Stadium for a workout
at 2:30 today but there won't be any
Wolverine players there to meet the
Kaydets.
For down at Ferry Field Coach
Fritz Crisler's hopefuls will be putting
the finishing touches on their plans
for the formal meeting with their
highly-touted opponents from the
East tomorrow afternoon.
Robbie May Help Attack
And if the Michigan plans include a
big share of work for quarterback
Don Robinson, 1941-42 letterman, it
won't be too surprising, either. Ready
for the first time this year, Robbie is
being counted' on to add still more
sparkle to Crisler's anticipated fire-
works' display tomorrow.
Robbie's career has been brief but
on the spectacular side. The little
blonde-headed speedster broke into
the Michigan line-up against Pitt in
1941 and proceeded to buck five yards
for a touchdown the first time he car-
ried the ball.
Back last fall after serving in the
armed forces Robbie entered the line-
up against Minnesota and immedi-
ately proceeded to pitch two long
passes for another Maize and Blue
touchdown. In addition Robbie holds
the ball for -Jim Brieske's extra-point
attempts, another task he fulfilled
back in 1942.
Burg Still Sidelined
With the addition of Robinson the
Michigan squad reached its top
strength of the year. Stu Wilkins
and Harry Watts have already been
pronounced ready to go, leaving only
guatd George Burg still sidelined with
injuries. Burg turned his ankle in
last Saturday's game with Iowa.

ART RENNER. . Wolverine cap-
tain and end, who caught a deflect-
ed pass for Michigan's touchdown
against the mighty Kaydets in
New York last year.
Kick-off Star May
'Replace' Reader
EAST LANSING, Oct. 10-(P)-A
freshman halfback who until a week
ago had never been in a college foot-
ball uniform has a 50-50 chance of
replacing Michigan State College's
great halfback, Russ Reader, in the
Spartans' starting lineup here Sat-
urday against Mississippi State Col-
lege.
Although he is nothing out of the
ordinary as a runner, passer or punt-
er, freshman Meredith Huston, for-
mer backfield star at Lane Tech in
Chicago, possesses the best kick-off
foot, in the M.S.C. camp.

Doc Blanchard,
Fuson, Hayes
To See Action
Michigan's Reserve
Power Worries Blaik
special To The Daily
WEST POINT, N. Y., Oct. 10 -
With Doc Blanchard, Tom Hayes and
Herschel Fuson fully recuperated,
Army hopes to be in its best physical
condition since the season's opener
against Villanova three weeks ago
when the Cadets clash with unbeaten
Michigan tomorrow at Ann Arbor.
Although this announcement
frog the Medical Department was
a psyc iological lift to the team,
Earl Blaik, after studying Stu Hol-
comb's scouting reports, is con-
cerned with the task that confronts
the Cadets tomorrow.
Blaik feels that he is unable to match
Fritz Crisler's wealth of reserve tal-
ent that goes three deep in practically
every position. Then, too, the mem-
ory of last year's tricky offense and
defense, that provided many thrills
before the final whistle blew in Yan-
kee Stadium, is still in the Cadet's
minds.
Despite the progress made by the
reserves in the first three games
played thus far against Villanova,
Oklahoma and Cornell, in which
they saw considerable action, Army
will have to depend heavily upon
the ability of the starting aggrega-
tion to play nearly the full sixty
minutes, which is a big order
against the well-balanced Wolver-
ines.
With Blanchard back at fullback,
the backfield will revert to the start-
ing quartet that opened the season;
namely, Arnold Tucker, signal caller,
and Glenn Davis and Herschel Fuson
at the halfback posts.
The return .of Tom Hayes consid-
erably strengthens the end replace-
ments since the big Nebraskan, a
letterman in '45, is a rugged and
experienced ball player, capable of
doing a good job behind either
Poole or Foldberg.
But this is as far as Army goes in
seasoned, veteran material in the sec-
ond line. Harold Tavzel, alternate
tackle, and Jim Rawers, end, saw lim-
ited service in '45, but the remainder,
of the team is only beginning to get
the feel of varsity competition.
NEW CHAMPION:
Dolan Paces (

'B' Squad'
Goes After
Third Win
Coach Wally Weber's B-team elev-
en tackles an extremely strong jayvee
outfit from the University of Indiana
at 3:30 p.m. this afternoon on Ferry
Field in an attempt to stretch their
current undefeated record to three
straight games.
It will be no simple task, however.
The Hoosier visitors are expected to
furnish the junior Wolverines their
toughest competition to date, and
Weber and his henchman, Coach Bill
Barclay, are planning to throw the
complete strategy book into the fray.
Indiana Looms Powerful
A hint of the power the boys from
Bloomington have was given last Sat-
urday. They traveled to Fort Knox
and handed the GI's A-team a 14-6
pasting. After hearing of the Hoos-
ier conquest the smile disappeared
frm Coach Weber's usual jovial face
and worried wrinkles furrowed his
brow, and he growled a prediction of
trouble.
To meet the trouble he may have
some additional manpower on hand
which has not been available the past
two weeks. This welcome list in-
cludes a pair of sturdy guards, Lloyd
Henneveld and Elmer Phillips, half-
backs Don Kuick and Alan Traugott,
fullback Mike Yedinak, and end Irv
Wizniewski, who played for the jay-
vees in their first game against
Grand Rapids.
Starting Lineup Uncertain
The starting line-up is still con-
jectural. At center will be either Ur-
ban or Keeler, while four possibili-
ties loom for guard. Henneveld and
Phillips could team up, and so could
Alan Fitch and John Maturo, who
opened against Marquette last week.
Starting tackles may well be the
same duo that did the job last Satur-
day, John Eizones and Bill LaBenda,
while ends are present a-plenty.
Wizniewski, Keiser, Davy, and Uly-
shen, a quartet of Ohioans, all will
be available.
The backfield includes quite a bit
of talent. Quarterbacks John Ghin-
dia and Lou Brunsting have been per-
forming brilliantly all season. At right
half Weber has either Kuick or Jim
Holgate, one of the team's leading
runners. Norman Jackson and Ye-
dinak will share fullback chores,
while Traugott and Chuck Lentz are
ready for wingback.
4hi Psi to Win

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BOSTON, Oct. 10 --()- Bashing
six Boston pitchers, or reasonable
facsimiles thereof, f o r a record-
equalling total of 20 solid hits, the
St. Louis Cardinals slugged out a
one-sided 12 to 3 victory over the
Red Sox today to again deadlock the
World Series at two wins apiece.
An amazed crowd of 33,645 loyal
Sox rooters, who had been given to
understand that t h e i r own boys
packed the heavy artillery, sat for
the most part in morose silence as
the rampant Red Birds tied the pre-'
vious record for hits set by the New
YorkGiants in the 1921 series against
the Yankees.
Every Cardinal Hits
Every man in the Cardinal lineup,
including Pitcher George Munger,
joined in the thunderous outburst of
bingles. Three of them, Enos Slaugh-
ter; Whitey Kurowski and Joe Gar-
agiola, tied another series mark by
slashing four safeties apiece. Bos-
tonians hadn't seen anything like it
since the Battle of Bunker Hill.

Calm in the midst of the carnage,
Munger, who only two months ago
still was sweating it out with the
army of occupation, in Germany,
mowed the Sox hiting array down
with nine scatered hits and permit-
ted only one earned run as he made
certain the play-off would return to
St. Louis.
York Knocks in Run
The lone honest tally made off the
big righthander was knocked in, nat-
urally, by Rudy York, the balding
papoose from Georgia, who slapped
a double into right-center field in
the fourth inning after Ted Wil-
liams had lined a single.
The other two resulted from Bob-
by Doerr's home run in the eighth
after Dom DiMaggio had reached
base on a flagrant error by shortstop
Marty Marion. They never should
have scored, and Munger, whose em-
ployment by Manager Eddie Dyer
had been regarded as a considerable
gamble, should have been credited
with a one runner,

ENOS SLAUGHTER-Batting hero
of the Cards' 12-3 triumph, who
slashed out a homer, a double and
two singles.
Cardinals Jubilant

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BOSTON, Oct. 10 - (9P) - George
(Red) Munger, who failed in his ef-
fort to pitch the St. Louis Cardinals
to the National League pennant by
losing to the Chicago Cubs on the
final day of the regulation season, to-
day was the big Red Bird hero as he
hurled them back on even terms with
the Boston Red Sox with a 12-3
world series victory.
The dressing room was the noisiest
ever. The players shouted for about
30 minutes, all of them showering
congratulations on Munger. And less
than three months ago, he was in
Heidelberg, Germany, sweating out
the day when he would be able to re-
turn to baseball to help the Cards.
The 28-year-old Houston, Tex.,
righthander just couldn't believe it.
He appeared so elated over the vic-
tory that it was fully 10 minutes be-
fore he could talk.
Joe Medwick Released
By Brooklyn Dodgers
BROOKLYN, Oct. 10-- (AP) - Joe
Medwick, veteran outfielder, was giv-
en his outright release by the Brook-
lyn Dodgers today.
"We have so many young players
that we thought it best to give Joe
his release now so he would have all
winter to find himself another base-
ball connection," Club President
Branch Rickey said.
Medwick, who will be 35 next
month, has been in the Big Leagues
for 14 seasons and has a lifetime bat-
ting average above the .320 mark.

St. Louis Equals Base Hit Record
As Munger Checks Bosox Power

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In InterfraternityTrack Meet
Unheralded Chi Psi, through the Shot Put-Won by Freihofer, Alpha Deli
efforts of Tom Dolan, edged out Pi; 2nd, Grandy, Phi Gamma Delt
3rd, Kessler, Theta Chi; Distance-
powerful Sigma Chi, last year's ft. 9 in.
champions, in yesterday's Inter-fra- Broad Jump-Won by Dolon, Chi Ps
ternity track meet. 2nd, Gordon, sigma Alpha Mu; 3r
A tenth of a point margin decided McLean, Theta Xi; Distance- 18 f
the title in one of the closest and 6 1-2 in.
hardest fought meets ever run here.
Dolan scored ten points in winning
both the high jump and broad jump
to become the day's leading point
maker.
High Hurdles-Won by Hill, Sigma Chi;
2nd, Gibert, Chi Phi; 3rd, Hoff, Sigma
Chi. Time-10.9. ON VICT
100-yard dash-Won by Chamberlain, Be-
ta Theta Pi; 2nd, Estes, Phi Psi; 3rd,
Winkleman, Sigma Alpha Mu; Time-
11.1. BEETHOVEN: Symph
880-yard run-Won by Brodbury, D.U.; with N. Y. Philharmn
2nd, Osborn, Chi Psi; 3rd, Hedrick, DM 317
Theta Delta Chi; Time-2:16.1.DM 7 ... . .
Low Hurdles-Won by Gibert, Chi Phi; BEETHOVEN: Lenor
2nd, Hill, Sigma Chi; 3rd, Giblen, Chi
Psi; Time-10.4. with NBC Symphony
440-yard dash-Won by O'Connor, Sigma SP 2
Chi; 2nd, Larsen, S.A.E.; 3rd, Upton, BEETHOVEN: Coriol
Alpha Delta Phi; Time-58.7. BEHVN oli
Mile Run-Won by Mancl, Phi Gamma with NBC Symphony
Delta; 2nd, McKean, Chi Psi; 3rd, Ob-
lemocker; Time-5 :29.9. Vc 192 ..
High Jump-Won by Dolan, Chi Psi; 2nd,
tie, Keskey, D.U. Mikulich, Sigma Phi BRAHMS: Second Pi
Epsilon; Height, 5 ft. 4 in. with Horowitz and \
Pole Vault-Won by Heaton, Phi Gamma DM 740 ...... .
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