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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1948


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'M' Circuit Clout Rips

Irish, 5-2

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Wolverine Golfers Rally
To Defeat MSC,16-14

(Speclul to The Daily)
Michigan's golfers, down five
points to MSC at the first turn,
suddenly caught fire to burn up
the final nine and whip the Spar-
tans 16-14 at the East Lansing
Course today.
It was a great team victory. It
looked as if the nine match streak
was about to be brought to a sud-
den end when the 7%/2-2% score
was turned in at the end of the
first nine.
But displaying the ability and
confidence that they have shown
each time the pressure has been on
Michigan's Jayvee golfers
tripped the Freshman linksters
17 -12?4 on the University
Course yesterday afternoon.
this year, the Wolverines turned in
a sensational round to win the
match going away.
Schalon Sets Pace
Ed Schalon set the last half
pace, blading down the home
y stretch with a one-under par 35
to give him an afternoon total of
76. Ken Berke was almost as hot
on the last nine coming in with a
36 to make him worth 78 for the
18 holes. The Michigan pair took
the best ball 2-1 and added 2 and
1 points respectively to the indi-
vidual scoring column.
The Rog Kessler-Doug Beath
duo just managed to hold their
own against the fighting Spartans.
Kessler turned in a 77 to earn a

pair of points from his opponent,
while Beath, shooting an 80, split
the three points with his man. In
the best ball MSC got a 2-1 edge.
Pete Elliott captured medal,
honors for the day when he took
the course apart with a 74. Elliott'
was out in 36 and back in 38 to
sweep three big tallies from his
MSC opponent.
Cohn Shoots 79
Coupled with Elliott was Mort
Cohn. Cohn was around in 79
dropping a two points to his op-
ponent while taking one. Michi-
gan's pair monopolized the best
ball department blanking the
Spartans 3-0.
Chuck MacCallum was nudged
1-1/2 by his Spartan opponent to
finish off the seven man match.
Chuck added to the furious back
stretch drive using 38 to get the
rest of the way home.
On the back nine, the Wolver-
ines- turned in a 35, 36, three 37's
and a pair of 38's-a lot of classy
golf, and every bit of it was need-
ed to annex the tenth straight
Michigan triumph.
Browns Wallop Nats
ST. LOUIS, May 20-(f)-The
St. Louis Browns enjoyed a field
day at the expense of six Wash-
ington Pitchers tonight as they
opened their night home season
with a 17 to 7 victory. The victory
enabled them to take over sixth
place from the Senators.

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Rose Bowl
Calls Crisler
Michigan's athletic director,
"Fritz" Crisler had not solved the
problem of replacing three varsity
coaches as he and Michigan's Big
Nine faculty representative left
for a conference between the
Western Conference and West
Coast officials concerning the
Rose Bowl game agreement be-
tween the twoyconferences which
still has three years to run.
The Wolverine athletic director.
was expected back in Ann Arbor,
sometime after the first of June.
Officials of the university athletic
department announced that Cris-
ler had tentatively planned to at-
tend the meeting of Western Con-
ference officials in Chicago before
returning to Michigan.
There was no definite state-
ment as to whether the problem
of replacing Michigan's basket-
ball, track, and tennis coaches
would be undertaken by Crisler
while he was attending the two
The agreement to be discussed
by the representatives of the two
conferences calls for at least three
more appearances by Big Nine
teams in the annual Rose Bowl
clash and restricts for at least a
year the appearance of the same
team twice.
Major Lea ue
CHICAGO, May 20-(AP)-
Joe Di Maggio blasted out two
homers, a triple, double and single
today and drove in six runs to
lead the New York Yankees to a
13-2 triumph over the last place
Chicago White Sox.
* *
DETROIT, May 20-(AP)-The
fourth place Detroit Tigers climb-'
ed to the .500 mark for the season
today, handing the Philadelphia
Athletics their third straight loss
4 to 2 behind Freddie Hutchin-
son's five hit pitching.
-Hitting safely in every inning,
the Chicago Cubs belted out 14
hits today to win the odd contest
of a three-game series from the
Philadelphia Phillies 5 to 3.
BROOKLYN, May 20-(AP)-_
Sparked by Stan Musial, who belt-
ed a homer, two doubles and a
single, the St. Louis Cardinals
rolled to a 13-4 victory over the
Brooklyn Dodgers today to sweep
their three game series from the
Brooks and extend their winning
streak to six straight.
UOSTON, May 20-(AP)-
With Elmer Riddle limiting the
Braves to four hits and the Pi-
rates pounding three Boston
pitchers for 17 blows including
two doubles and a home run by
Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh trounced
the Tribesmen 13 to 0 here today.
* * *
NEW YORK, May 20-(AP)-
Howie Fox, strong right hander
up from Syracuse, registered his
first National League Victory to-
day by pitching Cincinnati to a
3 to 1 verdict over the New York

(Special to The Daily)
SOUTH BEND, Indiana, May
20-Jack McDonald broke into
the Michigan lineup today for the
first time this year with a re-
sounding explosion that can still
be heard in the far reaches of the
Notre Dame stands.
The Wolverine hockey goalie
who played right field pounded
out three hits, including a three
run homer in the third inning, to
pace Michigan's diamond squad
to a 5-2 win over the Irish.
It was the second victory for
the Wolverines over the South
Bend nine, and their fifteenth
triumph of the current campaign.
Taft Wild
Lanky Bill Taft started on the
mound for Michigan but a streak
of wildness caught up with him
in the fourth frame and he was
replaced by lefty Bud Rankin,
who pitched two innings against
Notre Dame last Tuesday. Rankin
finished up, but Taft took credit
for the win, his fourth of the
season against two losses.
Walt Manhanna went the route
for the Irish, giving up ten bingles
over the nine inning stretch.
Notre Dame rapped out six
The home club drew first blood,
but its lead was short lived. John
Hiller, Irish receiver, led off the
second frame with a pass and
went to third on Ray Petrezelka's
single to left. Tom McHale, left
fielder for the Notre Dame squad,
camne through with a smash into
center to drive Hiller in with the
first run of the game.
Wolverines Take Lead
The Wolverines struck back in
their half of the third when Mc-
Donald poled out his four master.
Dom Tomasi was given a base on
balls and Ted Berce, who played
short stop in place of Howie Wi-
kel, singled before McDonald
cleared the bases.
N. D. retaliated in the fourth
with another run, its last of the
game. Pete Koblosh walked and
Miller followed suit with none
out. Taft whiffed Petrzelka but
gave up another pass to McHale
to load the bases and bring in
Rankin from the bullpen.
Steve Pavela, Irish captain, rap-
ped a sharp grounder to short but
Berce bobbled and all hands were
safe, Koblosh scoring with the
second Notre Dame run.
McDonald Again
McDonald took a fair share in
helping Michigan pick up its
other two runs in the sixth. The
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husky Minnesotan punched a line
single into right to start off the
Hal Raymond followed with a
single to center, McDonald stop-
ping at second. Hiller then threw
wild on an attempted pickoff and
both runners moved up a notch.
Rankin followed with a single to
drive in two more Michigan tal-
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Taft, Rankin (4th) and Ray-
mond; Manhannah and Hiller.
Indians Stroll to Victory
CLEVELAND, May 20-(A')-
The Cleveland Indians were aided
by a pair of wild southpaw hurl-
ers tonight as they collected 18
bases on balls while defeating the
Boston Red Sox 13 to 4 before
The total free passes obtained
by the Tribesmen from Sox pitch-
ers Mickey Harris and Maurice
McDermott tied the American
League record set by the Detroit
Tigers on May 9, 1916.
The win gave the league-leading
Indians a margin of a game and a
half over the Philadelphia A's.

McDonald Poles Homer
In First Diamond Start
Taft, Rankin Stop Notre Dame Batsmeni
As Mates Solve Irish Slants for Teti Hits

'M Netinen Major League Standings
W .L Pet. B.B. W .L Pet. B.B.
St. Louis . 16 '7 .696 ... Cleveland . 16 6 .727 .
H eieT oday Ptsug. 41 583 e ok1
I-letse T oday New York .. 14 10 .583 21/o Philadelphia 16 9 .640 1!/
Boston . . . . . 13 12 .5204 Detroit ......14 14 .500 5
Michian'snetters meet MCS's Philadelphia. 14 13 .519 4 St. Louis . 10 12 .455 6
Sp"' t:'ns at 3:30 this afternoon on Brooklyn . 11 15 .423 61/ Boston...... 11 14 .440 6 i
he Varsity Courls and Coach Bob Chicago . ... 10 14 .417 6 V Washington 11 14 .440 6
ficts the best match of Cincinnati,. 10 19 .345 9 Chicago ... 4 19 .174 122
Llti ST'amn will be put o display
lor 1 tefamis thful. r
Rating ithe Spartans on a par
with Northwestern, Dixon summed
up their strength in one word-
balance. The boys from E. Lan-
sing are very strong in the fourth, S P O R T
fifth and sixth slots.
Spartan coach, Frank Bea-
man, who received his masters
at Michigan last June will re-
turn to his alma mater with a C' /
team that has not lost a match
since the annual and usually dis- REGULARSLONGS
astrous Southern tour. -SH
MSC has now won seven in axSHORTS
row which tops Michigan's grow- Choice of:
ing winning streak by twoT BrownsBl
Top man for the Spartans will Tans, , ues
be Capt. Al Reynolds. who has
bowed to Andy Paton three times, '": 95 95
twice last year and once this sea-
Second man Jack Shingle-
ton~co ers a ou hu l oSlacks to Harmonize.
ton offers a tough hurdle for ~r:Gbrie ao
Wolverine Bill Mikulich. Shin- Gabardine, Rayon,
gleton was runner-up in the . ... Covert,
state singles championships last
year. He and No. 3 man Bob 95 1 95
Chuck also teamed up to gain
the doubles championship in
the same matches. Chuck op- J
poses Fred Otto in third sin-
Holding down the last three
slots for State will be SpartamnK UO H N S
Bob Malaga, Bob Fleishmann and
Tony Waldron who will opposE
Jack Hersh, Gordie Naugle and
Don MacKay respectively .

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