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THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1949

TIE MICHIGAN DAIL.Y

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Dorr's Smash in Tenth
Gains Victory for Rankin
Kobrin Stars for Wolverines with Five Hits;
Morrill, Morrison Get Two Safeties Each

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GAMES TODAY
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at New York.

GAMES TODAY
St. Louis at Detroit.
New York at Washington.
Philadelphia at Boston.
(Only games scheduled).

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By BOB SANDELL
A tenth inning home run in
deep right center field by sopho-
more Gerald Dorr gave the Wol-
verine baseball squad a bitterly
fought 9-8 triumph overtthe Uni-
versity of Notre Dame yesterday
at Ferry Field.
Dorr, who had replaced second
sacker Bill Bucholz in the sixth
inning, broke up a wild hitting
battle in which the lead had see-
,awed back and forth several times
before the payoff blast.
WALTER "BCD" Rankin went
the route for the Wolverines and
although hit hard in the early part
of the game, set down the Irish
with only one hit in the final four
frames.'
Third baseman Ted Kobrin
shared hitting honors with Dorr
by collecting three doubles and
two, singles in his five trips to
the plate, and driving in four
runs.
Notre Dame jumped to a four
run lead in the top of the second
inning. First sacker Dick Giedlin
led off with a single off Bucholz's
glove. Bob Machado sacrificed him
Four members of Michigan's
track team left this morning
at .6:30 for the Penn Relays.
They are Bob Sergeson, Rod
Warren, Art Henrie and Bob
Thomason and will represent
the Wolverines in the sprint
medley relay.
to second and was safe himself
when Rankin threw late to second.
After Ken Kozlik had walked to
jam the sacks, Dick Maher and
pitcher Walt Mahannah follewed
with sharp singles to right to drive
in three of the tallies. Maher
scored later when Jim Gillis hit
into a double play.
THE WOLVERINES roared
back in their half of the inning
with five hits including a triple by
Jack McDonald and a double by
Ted Kobrin. "Lefty" Hal Morrill
started the rally with aone-bag-
ger. Bob Wolff and Rankin also
chipped in with singles to give
Michigan three runs.
In the third of the Wolverines
forked into the lead with a two
run outburst. Ralph Morrison
opened with a one-base smash
to right. After Morrill unsuc-
cessfully tried to sacrifice, Ko-
brin drove out his second two-
bagger to score the lanky right
fielder from first. Kobrin crossed
the plate a little later on a field-
er's choice.
The Irish knotted the count in
the fourth on a walk to Machado,
a sacrifice, and another single
by Maher.
MICHIGAN came back to take
a one lead in the fifth on an in-
fild single by Morrill and Ko-
brin's third double, a long fly that
fell just inside the left field foul
TH S
T-HIR TS- - -

line. The lead wasshort lived,
however, as the Irish bounded
back with three runs in the top
of the sixth.
Machado started the uprising
with a ground single to left.
Kozlik then sent a hot grounder
to McDonald who bobbled with
the result that everybody was
safe. Maher sacrificed both run-
ners along and Irish hurler Walt
Mahannah drove in both of
them with a smash over third
base just out of Kobrin's reach.
Mahannah tallied later on a
one-bagger by Pete Koblosh.
From then on Rankin settled
down and the Irish were through
scoring for the day. The Wolver-
ines counted single markers in the
sixth and eighth to send 'the con-
test into extra innings.
* * *
KOBRIN WAS once again the
big noise in tlie sixth. He chased
in Willard Baker from third with
his fourth hit of the day. Baker
had reached the base paths on an
error by second baseman Kozlik
had scampered to third on a walk
and a fielder's choice.
In the eighth Morrison com-
pletely fooled the Notre Dame
infield by laying down a bunt
and racing to first before the
bewildered Irish could recover.
Morrill sacrificed him to second
and then Kobrin came through
again with his fifth hit to drive
in the tyiny run and set the
stage 'for Dorr's climatic blow
in the tenth.
Dorr's four-bagger nearly rolled
to the tennis courts in right field,
but he barely beat the frantic
throw from the Irish outfielder. It
appeared that the throw had
beaten the speedy infielder, but
the catcher did not have full con-
trol of the ball.
Both ball clubs committed three
errors in the rather loosely played
game. The Wolverines garnered
14 safe blows off Mahannah who
toiled the full .game for the Irish.
Dorr Does It
NOTRE DAME

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HIT THE DIRT-Wolverine first baseman Jack McDonald as he
slides into third base in the second inning of yesterday's game
with Notre Dame. His long triple sent Ted Kobrin scurrying across
the plate with Michigan's second run. Irish third sacker Gene
Lavery waits in vain for the incoming throw.
Major Lea gu~eRound-Up
DETROIT - Righthander Karl a pair of tallies in the uprising
Drews, aided by some healthy t'at "Bud" Lively had difficulty
slugging by Bob Dillinger and subduing. Verban topped the
Paul Lehner, put the St. Louis Cub's 12 hit attack with a double
Browns back on the victory road and two singles to drive in four
yesterday as he beat the Detroit runs and score another himself.
Tigers, 4 to 3 in 12 innings. I * * *
Dillinger and Lehner got three NEW YORK - Rookie out-
hits apiece off lefty Hal New- fielder Pete Milne's pinch-hit
houser who gave up nine hits home run with the bases loaded
while losing his first game after in the seventh inning gave the
two previous victories. New York Giants an 11-8 vic-
* * * tory over the Brooklyn Dodgers
CLEVELAND-Home runs by yesterday and moved them back
Mickey Vernon and Ken Keltner into the league lead.
sparked the Cleveland Indians Milne's blow, off relief pitch-
to an 11 to 3 victory over the er Ezra (Pat) McGlothin, was
Chicago White Sox yesterday. a lin derive that eluded center-
The Indians blasted five White fielder Duke Snider and rolled
Sox hurlers for 13 hits. past him to the centerfield wall.
Tribe Manager Lou Boudreau The Giants were behind 8-7 at
was hit on the left elbow by a the time and two were out.
pitched ball in the seventh inn- BOSTON-Vern Stephens drove
ing and was forced to retire in five runs with two home runs
from the game. to lead Boston's Red Sox to a
* * * 10-6 victory over the Philadelphia
CHICAGO-Cincinnati's John- Athletics today before 12,677 fans.
ny Vander Meer developed a spell Stephens' first four bagger
of wildness that turned into a scored two mates ahead of him in
six-run rally for the Chicago Cubs the first inning.
in the fourth inning today. The That gave starting pitcher Ellis
Cubs breezed home from there for Kinder a three run lead but the
an 8-3 victory before a ladies' day Boston right hander gave up four
turnout of 23-223. runs in the third when Taft
Bob Scheffing, Emil Verban and Wright lined a three-run homer
"Peanuts" Lowrey each drove in into the right field stands.

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