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5, 1947

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Series Facts
By The As.ociated Pres.
New York (AL) ....3 2 .600
Brooklyn (NL) ..... 2 3 .400
REMAININGS
Sixth game, Sunday, Oct. 5,
at New York. Seveneth g:amue(if
necessary) Oct. 6, at New York.
Probable pitchers for today:
Reynolds (N.Y.) vs. Lombardi
(Brooklyn).

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By MURRAY GRANT
Little Jim Morrish scooted a-
round end twice yesterday to romp
to two touchdowns as the Wolver-
ine Jayvees racked up a decisive
13-0 victory over the Grand Rap-
ids Junior College eleven.
Moorish took a reverse pass
from Irv Small in the third per-
iod and tight-rope walked down
the sidelines for 56 yards for the
first marker. John Wilcox con-
verted and the score read 7-0
Mvichigan.;
Moorish Scores in Third
Coach Ceithaml's crew missed
up on two golden scoring oppor-
tunities during the first half when
costly fumbles by Al Noble and
Morrish bogged two attacks.
The Wolverines began to move
in the third period as big Norman
Jackson ripped the Raiders line
to shreds. Then halfway through
the quarter Morrish slipped away
and tlife Jayvees hit paydirt.
The second score came shortly
after the fourth quarter began.

John Linville intercepted Art
Lindquist's pass on the Rapids -361
and Michigan began to move.
Morrish passed to Noble on the
14 after two plays had failed, and
then Jackson bulled to the 9. The
Raiders big line held and tossed
Noble to the 15. A pass failed and
Morrish could gain only a yard
as the ball went over to Grand
Rapids.
JV's Take Over
Two Raider line plays failed and
Baranowski quick-kicked to the
Grand Rapids 40. Jackson tried
two plunges that netted 5 yards
and then interference was ruled
on a Morrish to Dave Oeming pass
and the Wolverines had the ball
on the 32.
From here it was all Morrish as
he took the ball from Small on a
cleverly executed reverse and
went 32 yards for the second score.
Wilcox's kick was wide of the
crossbars.
Offensively, the Wolverines
showed promise, marred only by
costly fumbles during the first
half. Michigan miscued 4 times
in the first half and had three of
these recovered by alert Raiders.

Morrish and Jackson were out-
standing on offense, but accord-
ing to assistant Coach Gib Hol-
gate there were many flaws that
will have to be corrected.
Room for Improvement Seen
Another fine prospect according
to Holgate was John Combes, who
;ained 25 yards in 6 tries in the
waning minutes of the game. The
Raiders' Burt Helder and Lyle
Carr showed occasional flashes
cf brilliance for Coach Harold
Steele's crew.
Michigan play at times looked
excellent with guards Al Fitch
and John Maturoand tackles
Dave Gomberg and Dick Strauss
shining. Coach Holgate reiterated
after the contest that there still
was plenty of room for improve-
ment before the Michigan State
contest next week.
Starting Line-up:

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Michigan
Andersen ..
Eizonas ....
Maturo ....
Nichols ....
Fitch......
Gomberg ...
Oeming
Small .....,
Noble ......
Morrish ...

Pos. Grand Rapids
LE.. Kieselewski
..L T ... Bergstrom
.. L G.... W. Miller
..C .........Wood
..RG.... Hultman
.RT ........Klap
.RE ...... Olman
. QB..... Lindquist
.. RH .......Helder
. . LH ......Brown

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Michigan ......0 0 7 6-13
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.MSC Rebounds
Surpise
aroons, 7-0
EAST LANSING, Mich., Oct. 4
-(P)-Michigan State bounced
back from a crushing 55-0 defeat
by Michigan last week to squeak
out a 7-0 win over Mississippi
State here this afternoon before
22,562 partisan fans.
Although most of the game
was played in Spartan territory,
the State men managed to beat
off successive scoring threats
and grounded the passing at-
tack that was-expected to give
the favored Maroons the vic-
tory.
The advantage showed up when
Michigan State took over on their
own 46 after an exchange of
punts. Bob Krestel, a third string
quarterback, tossed to Ken Balge
on the Maroon 41 for a first down
and two plays later Krestel con-
nected again to John Gilman on
the 27 for a first down on the
22.
After a line buck and an in-t
complete pass, Krestel flipped
a short pass across the line to
Warren Huey who went over
standing up for the game's only
touchdown. George E. Smith
converted the extra point.
The Maroons dominated the
play in the statistics, gaining 131
first downs to three for Mich-
igan State and collecting 244 net
yards against 121 net yards for
the Spartans.

ShowingSoon
All Men on Campus
Urged To Turn Out
By GEORGE VETTER
The Intramural season has
started and the mad scramble for
points will herald it in.dThe first
big shcw will be the outdoor track
meet, October 9, for the Greeks
and Oct. 16 for the residence
halls. An Independent men's meet
is on the agenda for the 17.
Risky Gives Information
All the foo-foo-fe-ra hasn'tI
immered down from the powers
that be yet, but Earl Risky, IM
director, has given some dope. In
the first place, points are given
both towards the individual ath-
letic cup and for the earning of
IM numerals for the individua
athletes. Of the teams, first place
rings the bell with 100 points. But
even if a particular squad has all
left feet and doesn't snach a
show, that self same squad can
get 40 points merely for entering
6 men or more. This should drag
I out the most sedentary groups.
Individual points are given on
the usual five, three, one basis,
win, place and show. All the track
events will be run except the 220
yard dash, the high-hurdles, the
relay and the discus. There will
be no varsity, junior varsity, fresh-
man track men allowed to run;
in fact, no former letter win-
ner. It will be strictly amateur,
no ringers allowed. Everybody
with a yen to do a little puffing
for the old house honor is wel-
comed out.
5 Drills Needed
There are a couple of stipula-
tions. Any man with his eye on
one of the grinds-anything above
the 440-has to have 5 signed
practice workouts. This consists
of running the distance under the
sage tutelage of assistant-track
Coach Don Canham. Besides be-
ing there to give his John Han-
cock to the "OK" slips, Don has
a lot of pointers that will come in
mighty handy.
All runners are urged to come
out for the practice sessions. All
the equipment is on hand await-
ing to be used, and a couple of
days exercise should give sprint-
ers a fine edge over their rivals.
Last year Chi Psi took the brass
ring with Sigma Chi right on
its heels with 96 points. And this
is just how the two frats finished
in the race for the cup. The resi-
dence halls were led acrossthe
line by Winchell House with
Greene taking second.

Joe DiMaggio's Blastj
Holds Yanks' Margin
(Continued from Page 1)
game, the second in a row in a
series which had threatened to go
into the books as possibly the
worst ever. For the second straight
day the interborough rivals left
their funny faces at home and
played it straight, and the crowd
of 34,379 was appreciative.
Barney, 22-year-old surprise
starter for the Dodgers, gave up
both Yankee scores before he
had to be lifted soon after Di-
-Maggio's blow, but he- did sur-
prisingly well, considering ev-
erything. It was the first game
the kid from Omaha had start-
ed since July 4, and he was as
wild as the northern winds, but
the American Leaguers had a
tough time getting him out of
there.
In the four and two-thirds inn-
ings he worked the young fire-
baller issued nine walks, within
one of the new World Series rec-
ord set only yesterday by the ill-
starred Bill Bevens of the Yanks,
yet only one of them figured in the
scoring again him.
Shea's cont. 4, on the other
hand, was imn -culate through
the early part of the game, and
he didn't let a Dodger reach
first until Pee Wee Reese worked
him for a waiK with one out in
the fourth. Thereafter the
Yankee star gave up two pa sses
in each of two following inn-
ings, and one of them, opening
the sixth, led to Brooklyn's only
run.
For four frames Shea had a no-
hitter working. Only two balls had
been knocked out of the infield on
him in that time, and people were
beginning to look at one another:
But Shea was spared any further
strain on that score when Gene
Hermanski opened the fifth with a
clean single between first and sec-
ond and into right field.

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New York
Stirnweiss,
Henrich, RI
Lindell, LF
DiMaggio, (
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Johnson. 3B
A. Robinson
Rizzuto, ss
Shea, p
Totals

Series Leaders

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Batting: Lindell (N.Y.) .438;
Stirnweiss (N.Y.) .350; Henrich
(N.Y.) .333; Furillo (Brook) .300.
Hits: Henrich, Stirnweiss, Lin-
dell (New York) 7, Robinson, Wal-
ker (Brooklyn) 5.
RBI: Lindell, 6, DiMaggio 5.
Runs: Johnson, 5.
Pitching: Casey (Brook) 2-0;
Shea (N.Y.) 2-0.

Brooklyn (P
Stanky, 2B
***Reiser
Miksis, 2B
Reese, ss
J. Robinson
Walker, RF
Hermanski,
Edwards, C
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Furillo, CF
Jorgensen,
Barney, p
Hatten, p
'"Gionfriddo
Behrman, p
**Vaughan
Casey, p
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Totals

(AL) AB R
2B 3 0
F 4 0
2 0
CF 4 1
B 4 0
3 3 0
, C 3 1
2 0
4 0
29 2
"L) AB R
3 0
0 0
0 0
2 0
1B 4 0
4 0
LF 4 0
3 0
di 0 0
3 0
3B 4 0
1 0
0 0
01
0 0
1 0
0 0
tto 1 0
30 1

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0 3
2 1
0 3
1 3
0 7
02
0 7
0 1
2 0
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HPO A
0 2 2
0 0 0
0 1 -.1
0 2 3
1 5 0
0 0 0
1 2 0
0 0 0
0 2 0
0 3 0
0 0 1
0 0 1
1 0 0
0 1 0
0 0 0
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apples. No lipstick needed for one hour after eating.
Approximate color: Chen Yu Flame Red.
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*Walked for Hatten in 6th
**Doubled for Behrman in 7th
***Walked for Stanky in 7th
****Ran for Edwards in 9th
' ***Fanned for Casey in 9th
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