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Wolverine

Nine

Garners

First

Conference

Victory

Strong Winds Hamper Play;
Smith Credited with Victory
Ring Wallops Four-Bagger for Hoosiers;,
Morrison's Three Hits Pace Wolverines

* * * *

Tigers Win as Groth Scores Clincher

(Continued from Page 1)

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whirled and doubled Morrill off
second.
Then, after barely missing an
extra base hit, Wolff flied to left
to retire the side.
GENE RING, the Hoosier short-
stop who was hit on the elbow
Friday by a fast ball and forced
to retire from the game, showed
There will be a meeting of all
"M" Club members Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in the "M" Club room.
-President.

Colnitis walked Smith to start
the fourth, and went out of the
game, Joe Lawecki replacing
him

NEW YORK - (A)J - Johnny'?runs to snap an 8-8 tie. Bobby
Groth, sensational rookie outfield- Doerr doubled home one run and
er of the Detroit Tigers, helped the Sam Mele tripled across two.
Tigers score another victory yes- 1 Home runs highlighted the
t scenru.Chicago White Sox's 12-5 tri-
Groth scored the wvinning run in umph over the St. Louis Browns.
the Tigers, 5-4, ten-inning triumph Steve Souchck, former Yankee,
over the Cleveland Indians. He hammered two and ageless Luke
singled to start the tenth and Anrling one for the Sox. Less
raced home when Thurman Tuck- s Al Zarilla and Jack Gra-
er fumbled Bob Swift's long single ham homered for the Browns.
to left. Groth sent the game into
overtime with a run-scoring single The Philadelphia Athletics went
in the eighth. wild against the Washington Sen-

Bucholz walked and both men
came in when Watson dropped
Morrill's long fly for a three-base
error.
The last run of the game was
due to McDonald's triple and
Wolff's long fly to left.
MCan Hit!

pinches and picked up the deci-
sion.
The Pirates - Cincinnati Reds
game at Pittsburgh was postponed
because of wet grounds.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-(P)-The Chicago
Cubs pounded across eight runs
in the seventh inning to whip the
St. Louis Cardinals, 11 to 7, in
the National League's first night
game of the season before 22,000
fans last night.
Notre Dame Wins
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - (/P) -
Notre Dame scored four runs in
the eighth inning without a hit
today to defeat Minnesota, 4-0, for
two straight baseball victories over
the Gophers.
The Irish loaded the bases in

liinois Nine
Overpowers
ioa,13-12
IOWA CITY, Ia. - A four-run
homer by Illinois left fielder John-
ny Neal featured a 13-12 win over
Iowa in a Big Nine Conference
baseball game here yesterday.
The homer in the eighth inning
tied the score at 12-12. It was the
first out-of-the-park blow here in
Conference play since Erwin Prasse
of Iowa turned the trick in 1939.
Iowa piled up an early seven-
run lead, largely by virtue of a six-
run blast in the second inning. The
Illini trailed until their seven-run
eighth.
The linescore:

that he fully recovered yesterday
when he took pitcher Dick Smith's
first offering and slammed a home
run down the left field line to
open the second.
This was all Indiana could do
in the second frame, however, as
Smith bore down to retire the
next three batters.
Morrison opened the third with
a single and went to second on a
wild pitch, from where he scored
on Morrill's one-bagger.
* * *
ON THE ATTEMPT to cut down
Morrison at the plate, Morrill took
second and came in when Wolff
singled sharply.
Indiana came right back with
a pair in the fourth, which
started when Ritter got to first
on Kobrin's error.
Smith got rid of Bill Stear-
man, but walked Ring and pitched
a single to rightfielder Lou Wat-
son which scored Ritter and Sent
Ring to third.
* * *
THEN WITH Smith holding the
ball, Ring and Watson pulled a
double steal with Ring scoring the
last Hoosier marker.

INDIANA .. AB R
Litz, 2b ......4 0
Kyle, 3b .....3 0
Ritter, lb ....4 1
Stearman, If ..4 0
Ring, ss ......2 2
Watson, rf ....4 0
R. Moore, cf ..3 0
Birko, c ......4 0
Colnitis, p ....1 0
Lawecki, p .. .1 0
*Platis ....1 0 0
Bauer, p .... 0 0
**Gorkis.....0 0

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3 2
2 2
8 1
2 1
4 5
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-Daily-Wally Barth
ANOTHER GROTH-RItalph Morrison follows through on one of
the three hits he got yesterday as the Wolverines won their first
Big Nine game of the season. The veteran 'M' outfielder's batting
helped snap a three-game losing streak in Conference play for the
defending co-champions, as they routed Indiana, 8-3. The Michi-
gan nine followed Ralph's example at the plate, and pounded out
a total of ten hits, their best effort in Rig Nine play so, far this
year.
Major League Standings

* * *
THE 22-YEAR-OLD RECRUIT
is banging away at a .529 clip. He
has hit safely in each of Detroit's
five games and his collection in-
cludes three homers, six singles,
eight runs batted in and six scored.
Hal Newhouser went the dis-
tance for Detroit, scattering ten
hits including home runs by Joe
Gordon and Ken Keltner. The
triumph was the Detroit south-
paw's second of the season. Sam
Zoldak, who relieved starter Ear-
ly Wynn in the eighth, was the
loser.
Vern Stephens led the Boston
Red Sox to an 11-8 slugfest tri-
umph over the New York Yankees.
Stephens slammed two homers and
a triple and drove in five runs. The
Yanks, who suffered their first loss
in five starts, staged a six-run rally
in the fourth but the Sox came
right back with five in their half,
four of them on a grand slam
homer by Stephens.
* * *
THE RED SOX won the game
in the eighth inning, scoring three

ators, pounding out 20 hits and a
14-1triumph. Sam Chapman led
the A's assault against Rae Scar-
boroug h and Ed Klieman with two
doubles and two singles in four of-
ficial trips. Dick Fowler started
and after the A's scored five times
in the top of the seventh to take
a 10-0 lead, he retired in favor of
Charley Harris.
k* *
CATCHER MICKEY Livingston
drove home four runs to lead the
New York Giants to an 11-3 rout
over the Boston Braves. Living-
ston socked a two-run homer and
two singles. The Giants clubbed
five Boston pitchers for 16
hits. Monte Kennedy checked the
Braves on ten.
The Brooklyn Dodgers made
the most of six bases on balls to
score seven runs in the first four
innings and defeat the Philadel-
phia Phillies, 8-6.
The Dodgers took the lead for
keeps in the second when Pee Wee
Reese doubled home three runs.
Erv Palica, who relieved starter
Rex Barney in the fourth, allowed
nine hits but was tough in the

the eighth on two walks and a ILLINOIS ..100 020 071-13 14 6
hit batter. IOWA.....161 100 300-12 18 4
EXTRA
, MATINEE
THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! TonAY
BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR!
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

TOTALS ...31 3 7 24 16 3

MICHIGAN AR R
Baker, if .....3 1
Bucholz, 2b . .3 1
Doerr, 2b . ...1 0
Morrison, cf ..3 3
Fryling, cf . . .1 0
Morrill, rf-lb .4 1
Kobrin, 3b .. .4 0
McDonald, lb 3 1
Koceski, rf . .1 0
Wolff, ss ... ..4 0
Raymond, c ..4 0
Smith, p .....1 1

II
1
1
0
1
0
1
2
1
0
2
1
0

LP(
1
2
1
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7
0
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9
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27

D A E
0 0
2 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
2 1
0 0
0 0
5 0
0 0
1 0
11 1
sixth.

W. L.
Brooklyn ........3 1
Cincinnati ......2 1
Boston ..........3 2
Chicago .........3 2
Pittsburgh ......2 2
New York .......2 2
St. Louis ........1 3
Philadelphia ....1 4

Pet.
.750
.667
.600
.600
.500
.500
.250
.200

AMERICAN LEAGUE
G.B. W. L. Pct.
... New York .......4 1 .800
1/2 Philadelphia . ... 4 2 .667
/2 Cleveland .......3 2 .600
'/2 Detroit ..........3 2 .600
1 Chicago .........3 2 .600
1 Boston ..........2 3 .400
2 St. Louis ........1 4 .200
2/2 Washington......1 5 .167

G.B.
i
1
1
1
2
3
3112

PROBABLE PITCHERS
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (2)-
Hatten (1-0) and Branca (1-0) vs.
Heintzelman (1-0) and Simmons
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (2)-
Wehmeier (0-0) and Lively (0-0)
vs. Riddle (0-0) and Chambers
Chicago at St. Louis-Sloat (0-
0) vs. Hearn (0-0).
Boston at New York-Bickford
(1-0) vs. Jones (0-1).

PROBABLE PITCHERS
New York at Boston -Lopat (1-
0) vs. Boston (0-1).
Detroit at Cleveland - Trucks
(1-0) vs. Lemon (1-0).
St. Louis at Chicago (2)-
Starr (0-1) and Garver (1-0) vs.
Gumpert (0-1) and Wight (0-0).
Philadelphia at Washington-
Brissie (1-0) vs. Hudson (0-1).

TOTALS .. .32 8 10

TIXUICAr

Continuous from 1 :30
TODAY and MONDAY
RUTH HUSSEY
-JOHNCARROLL-

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LOST-A maroon Parker 51 Wednesday
night in the Union while counting
ballots. Please callChuck at 307 Chi-
cago House, 2-4401. 24L
LOST-Green snakeskin wallet Friday,
April 15, Angell Hall. Need papers ur-
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LOST-Gold initial ring, Mon., Ferry
Field. Reward. Call 205 Allen Rum-
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LOST-Gold Cortbert wrist watch with
broken expansion band. Please return
to E. Jorgensen, 4008 New Women's
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BROWN SILK scarf lost vicinity of
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WELCH-ALLYN combination opthalmo-
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Jake Hurwitz, 9692. )81
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ENGLISH light-weight, men's bicycle.
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MAN'S ENGLISH BICYCLE. Call 2-8309.
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