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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, O~I'0BER 3, 1948 PAGE SEVEN

Bearden Blanks

Tigers, 8-0;

Tribe Keeps A. L. Lead

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Rifenburg
Clary
Allis
Soboleski
Wistert
Tomasi
Heneveld
Erben
Dworsky
Wilkins
Sickels
Kohl
Wahl
McNeill
Wisniewski
Elliott
Ortwuann
Lentz
Koceski
Teninga
Van Summern
Peterson
Kempthorn

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Boston Whips New York
To Stay in Pennant Race
Doby Sparks Indian Attack with Four Hits;
Kramer's Five-Hitter Spotlights Bosox Win

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Football Scores

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Roberts
Dotur
Berwick
Melund
Ecklund
Daniels
Chrobot
Stanton
Nevills
D. Wilkins
Anderson
Bartholemy
Johnson
Van Brocklin
McKay
Lewis
Bell
Hines
Easter
Aiken
Holcomb
Sanders

SEYMOUR SONKIN,

Night EditorI

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PASS DEFENSE-Oregon end Dick Wilkins stood little chance of
grabbing this last period desperation pass from ace quarterback
Norm Van Brocklin. He was closely covered on the play by full-
back Tom Peterson and halfback Chuck Ortipann, who leaped
high in the air to bat the pigskin from his outstretched fingers.

Walker Sparks SMU
DALLAS-(')-Doak Walker set
Southern Methodist on fire and
kept the flame fanned yesterday
as the Mustangs ripped battling
Texas Tech, 41-6, to keep one of
the longest winning streaks in
college football going full blast.
A crowd of 23,000 saw the Meth-
odists bore to a sluggish 13-0 half-
time lead with Walker alone play-
ing up to standard. Then the
p crowd winced before the terrific
power of an aroused Mustang team
that shattered the Techsans with
two touchdowns in fou rand one-
half minutes of the third period.
Mustang reservesplayed the rest
of the way and got a couple of
touchdowns of their own.

(By The Associated Press)
NEW YORK - The Cleveland
Indians assured themselves of at
least a tie for the American League
pennant yesterday as they routed
the Detroit Tigers, 8-0, to remain
a game ahead of the second place
Boston Red Sox.
The Sox snapped their second
place tie with the New York Yan-
kees and eliminated the Yanks
from the contention by humbling
the defending World Champions,
5-1.
Tomorrow Cleveland can win its
first pennant since 1920 by again
beating Detroit. They can also cop
it if the Sox lose to the Yanks.
Should the Sox win and the In-
dians lose, the two will be tide for
the top. In the event of a tie for
the lead, the Red Sox and Indians
will meet in Boston Monday in a
playoff for the championship.
Gene Bearden, rookie Indian
lefthander, blanked the Tigers on
eight scattered hits in recording
its 19th victory of the season be-
fore a Cleveland ladies' day gath-
ering of 56,238 fans.
Lou Kretlow, recruit Tiger
pitcher, gave Bearden a battle
until the fourth inning when the
Tribeknocked him out with a
five-run, four hit outburst.
Bearden fanned four and walked
only three in hanging up his sec-
ond straight shutout and his sixth
consecutive triumph.
Brilliant pitching on the part of
Jack Kramer knocked the Yanks
out of the fight. The Red Sox

righthander allowed the Yanks
only five hits in gaining his 18th
success against five losses.
The Sox also collected only five
hits but bunched the blows along
with 11 walks to win going away.
Ted Williams put the Sox in front
to stay in the first inning when he
followed a walk to Johnny Pesky
with his 25th homer of the season.
Tommy Byrne, Yankee starter,
was knocked out in the third after
yielding another run on a walk,
double by Williams, intentional
pass, and single by Stan Spence.
Joe Page came on and gave up a
run on Bill Goodman's fly. The
Sox clipped Page for their final
run in the fourth, Vern Stephens'
driving in the counter with a long
fly.
Kramer blanked thre Bombers
until the seventh inning when Joe
DiMaggio doubled, moved to third
on a ground out and scored after
pinch hitter John Lindell flied
out.
In the other American League
game the Washington Senators
trounced the Philadelphia Athle-
tics, 7-1.
The National League's pennant
winning Boston Braves split a
double-header with the New York
Giants, winning the nightcap, 2-1
after dropping the opener, 8-2.
The Brooklyn Dodgers scored
four runs in the first inning and
went on to beat the Phiadelphia
Phillies, 5-4, in the only other day{
game.

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BLANKS BENGALS - Gene
Bearden, rookie Cleveland
pitcher, scattered eight Tiger
hits in scoriig his 19th victory
of the season. Yesterday's vic-
tory was his second consecutive
shut-out, and his sixth this
year.
Hogan Ties Palmer
PORTLAND, Ore-(A)-Ben Ho-
gan came back yesterday to tie
Johnny Palmer, Badin, N.C., in
the Portland Open Golf Tourna-
ment with a three-round 203.

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Army 54, Lafayette 7.
Yale 7, Connecticut 0.
Cornell 13, Navy 7.
Pennsylvania 26, Dartmouth 13.
Holy Cross 33, Syracuse 7.
Notre Dame 40, Pittsburgh 0.
Wayne 13, Niagara 7.
Rutgers 34, Colgate 19.
Penn State 35, Bucknell 0.
Villanova 46, Duquesne 0.
West Virginia 27, Temple 7.
Harvard 33, Columbia 24.
Michigan State 68, Hawaii 21.
Northwestern 21, Purdue 0.
Wisconsin 20, Illinois 16.
Indiana 7, Iowa 0.

Ohio State 20, Southern Cali-
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Minnesota 39,'Nebraska:13.
UCLA 28, Idaho 12.
Iowa State 20, Kansas State 0.
'Kansas 40, Colorado 7.
Alabama 14, Vanderbilt 14
Mississippi State 7, Baylor 7
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Duke 7, Tennessee 7
Georgia Tech 13, Tuane 7.
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