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FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

?AGE SEVEN

Sox Tame Tigers, 5-2;
Bauer Stars for Yanks

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Nine

Opens

Home

Season

Today

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Chicago White
Sox scored their first win of the
American League campaign yes-
terday as they slowed rookie out-
fielder Johnny Groth and the De-
troit Tigers down with a 5-2 de-
cision.
Groth had to settle for one sin-
gle in his two official times at
,at. Righthander Howard Jud-
son got credit for the victory, but
needed help from reliefers Bill
Evans and Matt Surkont. Lou
Kretlow was the loser.
NEW YORK-The New York
Yankees made it three straight
over the Washington Senators,
beating the Nats, 2-1, on Hank
Bauer's ninth inning double which
scored Johnny Lindell.
Tommy Byrne went the dis-
tance for the Yanks yielding five
hits, including a homer by Buddy
Lewis, and Lefty Forest Thomp-
son worked for the Senators.
* * *
ST. LOUIS -- Steve Gromek
pitched a strange two-hitter yes-
terday as the Cleveland Indians
downed the St. Louis Browns, 8-2.
The only hits off him were home
runs by Jack Graham and Dick
Kokos in the fifth.
* * *
CINCINNATI-Cincinnati pour-
ed on the power yesterday, two
home runs and three doubles
helping pitcher Johnny Vander
Meer to an easy 5 to 0 win over
the St. Louis Cards. The victory
gave Cincinnati undisputed pos-
session of first place in the Na-
tional League.
CHICAGO - Bob Scheffing's

home run with Andy Pafko on
base in the eight hinning gave
the Chicago Cubs a 4-3 victory
over the Pittsburgh pirates in the
rubber tilt of their three-game
series here yesterday before a
ladies day crowd of 15,869.
* * *
BROOKLYN-The New York
Giant finally stopped the Brook-
lyn Dodgers, 4-1, yesterday be-
hind Clint Hartung's steady four-
hit pitching.
A pair of two-run homers by
Sid Gordon and Mickey Living-
ston brought the Giants from be-
hind after they had been blanked
for five innings by Preacher Roe,
and gave them their first triumph
in three tussles with the Dodgers.
PHILADELPHIA - Two bases
on balls with the bases loaded
and a two-run single by Mel Par-
nell gave the Boston Red Sox
four runs in the ninth inning and
a 4-0 victory over the Philadephia
Athletics yesterday. Parnell was
the winning pitcher.
Appoint Edwards
MSC End Coach
EAST LANSING - (;) - Ap-
pointment of Earle L. Edwards,
assistant football coach at Penn
State, as Michigan State College
end coach was announced yester-
day, effective immediately.
Edwards will have the title of
assistant football coach and as-
sociate professor of physical edu-
cation.

BRAIN AND BRAWN:
Raymond Named Head
Grid Mentor at IU' High_

Seek First Baseball Win from Indiana

It was announced yesterday that
Hal "Tubby" Raymond would take
over the football coaching duties
at University High School next
fall.
Although known" in Michigan
athletic circles for his prowess on
the diamond, Tubby has been ac-
quainted with Wolverine football
tactics for three years.
* * *
HAL HAD BEEN showing great
improvement in the 1945 and '46
seasons and was expected to figure
prominently in the 1947 team. A
broken leg he received while play-
ing in a summer baseball league
prevented him from seeing action.
Raymond received high re-
commendations for the post by
both line coach Jack Blott and
his former coach, Fritz Crisler,
based upon his earnestness and
application while working under
their tutelage.
Blott had great praise for the
five-foot-eight, 170-pounder, who
kept working against the rugged
Big Nine competition despite his
small stature. The Michigan line
coach said, "he is one of the best
guards for his size Michigan ever
had."
* * *
RAYMOND got plenty of exper-
ience in his prep career .at Flint
Northern High School. He is re-
garded as one of the finest guards
Love of Game
Garners Fame
ATHENS, Ga. - (A) - Athens
High School's baseball team
scored 67 runs in a seven-inning
game last season. It jumped into
the news with another unusual
feat yesterday.
A schedule mixup found the
Athens Trojans with two games on
their hands the same afternoon.
Having only 17 players, Athens
sent nine men into one game and
the remaining 'eight and the
manager into the other.
Both teams won. In addition, in-
fielder Don Seagraves made an
unassisted triple play.
DO YOU KNOW ... Dick
Wakefield batted in more runs
than any other Big Nine base-
ball player in one season-25.
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ever to play in the Saginaw Valley
Conference, which is proven by
the fact that he was named to the
All-Conference team two years in
succession.
Hal follows in the footsteps
of another Michigan gridder,
Hank Fonde. Fonde, who guid-
ed the "U" High eleven to six
wins and two losses last season,
resign the Cub position several
months ago in favor of a simi-
lar job at the rival city school,
Ann Arbor High.
Raymond won't officially as-
sume his duties until June, so thatr
he will be able to save his eligi-
bility for the remainder of the
Wolverine baseball season.
* * *
ALONG WITH his grid duties
Tubby will assist in the coaching
of "U" High's basketball squad and
also help in administering some
of the spring sports programs. As
far as classroom work is con-
cerned he will teach in the school's
physical education department.
INTRAMURAL BRIEFS:

By SY SONKIN
Michigan will once more try to
open its home baseball season
when the Wolverines take on In-
diana at 3:30 this afternoon on
the Ferry Field diamond.
Today's contest marks the first
Conference game on the Hoosier
schedule, while the defending
champion Maize and Blue outfit
has played and lost two Big Nine
contests to a strong Purdue nine.
INDIANA BRINGS a soph-
studded line-up which has come
through in excellent fashion in
pre-Conference play, having won
six times in as many starts.
Three second-year men have
crashed the starting line-up,
while another pair, Bill Tosheff
and Don Colnitis, are the rank-
ing hurlers.
Graduation last year riddled
Hoosier Coach Ernie Andres' in-
field and pitching staff, leaving
only. second - baseman. Willard
"Woody" Litz, reserve infielder
Howard Buickel and pitcher Joe
Lawecki as letter winners from
.last year's infield and mound
staff.
BUICKEL and Lawecki were
used very sparingly during the
campaign.
But the sophs came through,
and Andres has built up a,
strong contender for the Big
Nine title.
The leading Hoosier hurler in
Conference play' was Don Ritter
with three wins against one loss,
but he preferred to play the out-
field and his two home runs and
pair of doubles made Andres' de-
sire on this subject similar to that
of Ritter.
WHEN TOSHEFF and Colnitis

came through, the wish to keep
Ritter in the game regularly was
granted, but first base was still
very weak.
Then another sophomore,
Harry Moore, attracted atten-
tion in the outfield, and An-
dres decided to let him team
with Bob Moore and Bill Stear-
man, two regular outfielders last
season.
Then the Indiana coach shifted
Ritter to first base, where he's
been playing good ball since the
move.
WITH THE RIGHT side of the
infield secure, Andres picked two
sophomores to cover the left side.
Gene Ring was put in at
short and John Kyle, originally
second-sacker, was sent in to
take care of third, because it
was apparent that it would be
hard to get rid of Litz, who led
the Hoosier batters last year
with a .362 mark.

Starting receiver will be John
Gorkis, who last year showed
plenty of power in rapping out
three homers, a triple and a
double in addition to driving 13
mates acrcss the plate to lead
his team in that all-important
phase.
* * *
WOLVERINE coach Ray Fisher
is starting Ralph Morrison in
centerfield. the only change from
the line-up that opened against
Purdue.
Third-sacker Ted Kobrin and
second-baseman Bob Bucholz
are stillbslightly injured, but are
expected to start for the Maize
and Blue.
The rest of the line-up includes
Jack McDonald at first and Bob
Wolff at short, and Hal Morrill
and Leo Koceski in the outfield,
and Captain Hal Raymond behind
the plate, while Fisher indicated
that Bill Taft would pitch.

-Daily-Bill Ohlinger
BAFFLING BACKHAND-War-
ren Weltman of Sigma Nu fra-
ternity, shown above returning
a difficult placement, is one of
the intra-mural tennis players
competing in the first-round
play-offs begun this week.

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AUTO
RACES
"Hot Rods"

and earn

Weightlifters Here Saturday;
Lloyd Increases Dorm Lead

2'%

7 Big
100 Laps
20 Lap

Events
of Racing
Feature

Hot Rods Red Hot for Opener;
Season Begins Sunday at Ypsi

current rate on insured
savings

Michigan's hot-rod auto racing
eason opens Sunday featuring
cars representing every make on
he market, but souped-up to de-
liver power that makes even the
anufacturer sit up and take no-
tice.
The first race is scheduled for
5:30 p.m. at the Ypsilanti Speed-
hvay, three miles south of Ypsi-
anti just beyond the Mckennon
rport.
IRWIN DAVIS, promoter of the
uto races, states that more than
wenty cars would be on hand for
the opening show. Speed trials will
e open for all drivers, however,
tomorrow between 4 and 6 p.m.,
and on Sunday afternoon at 1:30.
ny driver who wishes to qualify
may do so at these times with an
xtra cash prize as an incentive.
Most of the racers have not
been on a track since last fall,
which will make for some rusty
driving. Coupled with the fact
that there are a lot of new cars

with added horsepower, the
seven events promise plenty of
thrills and excitement for fan"
and driver alike.
Drivers from the southern part
of Michigan and Canada will be
on hand to provide the enter-
tainment for the afternoon.
* * *
A FEW OF THE contestants are
Johnny Johnson, who won the
trophy in the championship race
in Detroit last fall, Jesse Davis,
another trophy winner, Phil Ger-
hart, and Marion Sroka, who was
high money man in last year's
racing circuit.
Butch Marshall, Bud Snitchler,
and Louis "Smitty" Smith will
provide the color in the afternoon
of racing. Marshall is a hard man
to pass on any track; Snitchler
always manages to get a share of
the purse if he doesn't crack up
before he finishes, and "Smitty,"
nudging 40 years of age, will be
back with old faithful "999."

Midwestern Intercollegiate
Weightlifting Championships
which begin Saturday afternoon
at the I-M Building, will feature
four schools battling for a team
trophy. They are, Michigan, Uni-
versity of Chicago, Michigan
State, and Kent State University
from Ohio.
Kent is favored in this first
intercollegiate weightlifting meet
ever to be held in the Midwest,
because of their sensational star,
Pete George, a member of last
year's United States Olympic team
and world's Middleweight'Weight-
lifting Champion. His picture was
on the cover of Life Magazine
last year.
* * *
AN ADDED FEATURE of the
afternoon's lifting, will be the
performance of another Olympic
star, Heavyweight Champion Nor-
bert Schemansky, who will per-'
form between scheduled events.I
The Wolverine team consists
of Don Carter, John McHugh,
Frank Szanto, and Charles
Fuller.

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The three standard Olympic
lifts (the press, the snatch, and
the clean and jerk) will be used.
The bar will be an official Olym-
pic revolving type barbell.
The competition starts at 2 p.m.
and will be open to the public
free of charge.
* * *
LLOYD HOUSE increased their
slim lead in the close Residence
Hall point race by taking third
place in the foul shooting contest
completed this week.
The third place points boosted
Lloyd's total by 46, for a grand
total of 1122; rival Wenley
House placed eighth, and picked
up 36 for a total score of 1113.
The foul shooting contest was
won by Tyler House.

Formal Rentals

SUMMER

Sunday, April24
Gen. Adm. $1.25
(Tax Inc.)
Children over ten ... 60c
Time Trials .. 1:30 P.M.
First Race . . . 2:30 P.M.
Ypsu
4pee4 a'
3 Miles South

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Black Trousers
All New - All Sizes
Locally Stocked
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116 North Fourth Ave.
Opposite Court House
Phone 2-2549
Assets Over $12,000,000

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Phone 6924

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Williams House, former race
leader is currently in third po-
sition with 1034. However, Hay-
den, House, undisputed East
Quadrangle champions, has gained
considerably during the past few
weeks, and now is close behind
with 1012.

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NEW Marshall's after May 10th

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limit quantities

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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under Beecham
DM 1293 .....................................
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Leopold Stok.owsk.i and his Symphony Orchestra
DM 1277 .........................

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(as if they wouldn't)

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$1969
carton - plus tax
All Popular Brands

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Prices Effective
Friday & Saturday

MOZART: Sonata No. 8 (in C, K296)
Jascha Heifetz with Emanuel Bay
DM 1290..........................................$2.50
RAVEL: Ma Mere I'Oye Suite (Mother Goose Suite)
Boston Symphony Orchestra under Koussevitzky
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San Francisco Symphony Orchestra under Montenx
DM 1270 .........................................$2.50

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Soap Flakes
19c

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SPECIAL
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Mother's Day is May 8th.
Our "Friendly Floyd" will
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Cosmetics by Revlon,
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Tek Tooth Brushes 2 for 51c
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50c Metal 2.00
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1 lb.
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