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Michigan 'B Team Smothers
Grand Rapids College, 39-0
Inspired Dodgers Whip Braves, 7-4, To Give
Rookie Hurler Joe Hatton 14th Win of Year
By JACK MARTIN
Michigan's B team gridders
launched their 1946 campaign with a
blistering 39-0 lambasting of Grand
Rapids Junior College yesterday
morning at Ferry Field.
After a hard-fought first half
which saw Grand* Rapids hold the
Wolve'rine power attack to one touch-
down, Coach Wally Weber's men un-
leashed a scoring blitzkrieg in the
third quarter which swamped the
John Ghindia plunged over for the
first Michigan points in the early
minutes of the second stanza after
Jim Holgate had swept left end to the
three-yard stripe from the twenty-
Chuck Lentz sparked the third-
period scoring attack with his arrow-
straight passes. He passed to Hol-
gate from the Wolverine 38 just after
the kick-off, and Holgate carried it
across midfield to the Grand Rapids
Another Lentz aerial, this time to
end Irv Wisniewski, put Michigan on
the 17. A moment later Louis Bruns-
ting tossed a lateral to Holgate who
dodged to the nine; on the next play
Lentz skirted right end for the score.
From then on the Grand Rapids
defense wilted rapidly. Brunsting
scored on a freak play when he re-
ceived the pass from center and spun
to shoot a lateral into the backfield.
Instead he was literally shoved back-
wards through right tackle and found
himself in a wide open field.
The fourth score occurred when
Ghindia, trapped behind the line,
lateraled to Lentz who sped around
right end to pay-dirt. At this point
Coach Weber sent in his entire fresh-
The Wolverine rampage didn't
cease, however, for Ron Horvath
bulled over right tackle for a touch-k
down after Bill Jennings' jump passes
over center had carried the ball to
the two-yard line. Paul Bernas tallied
the final score with a plunge from the
four a little later.
The Grand Rapids eleven never
staged a serious scoring drive. Their
closest approach to the Wolverine
goal line came in the second quarter.
Angie Galan Leads"
By The Associated Press
BROOKLYN, Sept. 28 - Playing
like champions behind rookie Joe
Hatton, the Brooklyn Dodgers
trounced the Boston Braves 7-4 to-
day to seize temporary undisputed
possession of the National League
lead for the first time since August
21, but the St. Louis Cardinals tied it
up again tonight against the Chicago
Hatton received errorless and, at
times, brilliant support as he let down
the Braves with five hits, one a home
run by Danny Litwhiler. The stylish
lefthandertalso fanned seven batters
as he registered his 14th triumph and
his sixth in a row.
Augie Galan, with a double that
knocked in the first two runs and two
subsequent singles, was the Dodgers'
batting star, playing in left field in
place of the injured Pete Reiser. Gal-
an scored three runs.
The Dodgers crashed through in
the first inning, Galan's double off
the right field screen scoring Ed
Stanky and Harry Lavagetto, who
had walked. Galan came home on an
error and an infield out.
The Braves got their first run in
the fourth on singles by Litwhiler and
Phil Masi and Nanny Fernandez' fly.
Litwhiler's one bagger with one away,
was the first hit off Hatton.
The Brooks tallied three more in
the fifth when Dick Mulligan, who
had relieved Sain in the first and
pitched scoreless ball for three
rounds, suddenly hit a spell of wild-
ness. With two out Galan singled and
paraded around the bases when the
lefthander, recently obtained from
the Philadelphia Phils, walked Dixie
Walker, Howie Schultz and Carl Fur-
illo. in a row. Pee Wee Reese's single
with the bases loaded scored two
The Braves picked up a run in the
seventh when Connie Ryan followed
a walk to Masi with a booming triple
down the right field line. It was only
the third hit off Hatton. The Dodgers
got that back in their half of the
seventh when Galan and Walker sin-
gled off Ed Wright, fourth Boston
pitcher, and Schultz squeezed Galan
home with a bunt toward the mound.
Furillo, the next batter, singled, but
Walker had the misfortune of being
picked off second an instant before.
Litwhiler's homer in the eighth, on
the heels of Billy Herman's single,
closed out the scoring for both teams.
LEN FORD. . .performed brilliantly offensively and defensively as
Wolverines defeated Indiana, 21-0. Ford scored second touchdown
with sensational one-handed catch of pass thrown by Pete Elliott.
Notre Dame Trounces
Illinois by26-6 Margi
Jim Mello, Red Sitko Star as Fighting Irish
Squelch Buddy Young's Famed Running Attack
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CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Sept. 28 -
Notre Dame's Fighting Irish opened
their season today by completely
smothering famed Buddy Young as
they trounced once-tried Illinois, 26-
6, before a record 75,119 spectators
in Memorial Stadium.
Young, who was expected to be a
constant touchdown threat, con-
tributed an 11-yard dash as his best
effort and was just another player as
the Irish methodically ground out
two touchdowns each in the second
and fourth periods.
nThe Illini, who last week trimmed
Pittsburgh, 33-7, penetrated Notre
Dame territory only once in three
quarters and were lucky to count a
touchdown in the last two minutes
on a 63-yard desperation pass from
Julie Rykovich to, end Bill Heiss.
Irish Alert and Well-Manned
It was an alert, well-manned Irish
eleven which took control of the con-
test in the second quarter when Emil
(Red) Sitko's 83-yard run to the
Illinois two broke the back of the
obviously outplayed Illini.
Two plays later, fullback Jim
Mello dived over his left guard for a
touchdown and the issue was settled
even though Fred Early missed the
A 67-yard march= als6 in the sec-
ond period put across the second
Irish touchdown which rightfully be-
longed to fullback Jim Mello, a Navy
veteran. Mello barged across from
the four-yard stripe after ripping 31
yards through the tiring Illini de-
fense. This time Early pierced the
cross bars to give the Irisha 13-0
The third period was played en-
tirely in Illini territory, but the Irish
failed to score when Mike Swistowicz
fumbled and Dwight Eddleman re-
covered on the Illini two.
It was in the fourth period that
the manpower which Coach Frank
Leahy hopes will wear down Army on
Nov. 9 sent the Illini reeling into
the ropes under the lashing of two
more Notre Dame touchdowns.
Tackle Ziggy Czarobski recovered,
an Illini fumble on the Notre Dame
28 to start the last period festivi-,
ties. Johnny Lujack, an offensive and
defensive threat throughout the
whole game, tossed a 29-yard pass
to Russ Ashbaugh on the Illini eight.
Three plays later, Terry Brennan
romped across from the three yard
line for a touchdown and Early place
kicked the point to put Notre Dame
With Notre Dame reserves in
action, the Irish pushed across their
fourth touchdown after a 32-yard
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