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Detroit, Pittsburgh Win
In Only Games Played

CLEVELAND-()-The Detroit
Tigers made a clean sweep of their
two-game series with the Cleve-
land Indians yesterday by edging
the Tribe, 5-4. Cleveland Mana-
ger Lou Boudreau was injured in
the game.
Boudreau was hit hard on the
left elbow in the ninth inning, by
a pitch of southpaw Ted Gray.
Extent of the injury was not de-
termined immediately.
Outfielder Pat Mullin's double
was the big blow in a three-run
first inning Detroit rally. Mullin's
two-bagger to left center scored
Gerry Priddy, who had singled,
and George Kell, who walked.
Then Mullin came home on John-
ny Groth's single to right.
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ST. LOUIS - (P) - The Pitts-
burgh Pirates hammered St. Louis
Cardinal pitching for 10 hits and
an easy 8-4 victory in chilly wea-
ther yesterday to cop the series,
two games to one.
Murry Dickson, who beat the
Redbirds in five of eight starts
last year, seemed unaffected by
the 50-degree temperature as he
stopped the St. Louisans with six
hits, including Stan Musial's sec-
ond homer of the series.
Manager Eddie Dyer started
eight left-handed batters in his
lineup in an effort to bolster the
Redbird attack, but they all
looked alike to little Murry.
Rookie Cramer Beard and John
Phillips led the Pittsburgh attack
with home runs.

Rangers Win, 2-1
DETROIT-(/P)-Don Raleigh
of the New York Rangers sank
a goal at 1:38 of the first over-
time period last night to best
the Detroit Red Wings, 2-1, and
move the Rangers out in front
in the Stanley Cup Champion-
ship series, three games to two.
Detroit's only score came with
a minute and fifty seconds to
go in the final period when Ted
Lindsay followed his own shot
and scored on a four-footer.
New York had taken the lead
on a goal by Dunc Fisher at
7:44 of the second period.

Fisher Picks Grenkoski
To Hurl Big Ten Opener
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By KEN BIALKIN
Michigan's baseball team opens
its Conference season this after-
noon at Ferry Field in the first
of a two-game series with the
Gophers of Minnesota.
The Gophers opened their Big
Ten season last week by splitting
a pair of games with Ohio State.
WOLVERINE MENTOR, vener-
able Ray Fisher, indicated that he

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By BILL CONNOLLY
As most of the Western Confer-
ence football teams round out
their fifth week of spring prac-
tice, a survey of the grid camps
reveals that only one regular
quarterback of the 1949 season
is currently working out in pre-
paration for next fall.
Graduation of signal-callers has
hurt seven schools, with only
Iowa and Wisconsin anticipating
the return of men experienced in
that position.
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WISCONSIN will pack a one-
two punch at quarter, with both
of last year's regulars, Bob Petrus-
ka and John Coatta available for
Co-recreational program will
be, held tonight at the I-M,
7:34-10:30.
another year. Coatta, however, is
playing baseball and has not re-
ported for spring workouts.
With the only other veteran,
Iowa's Glenn Drahn, also com-
peting on the ball diamonds,
Petruska remains the only re-
turning regular presently in a
football uniform.
In addition to Michigan's John
Ghindia, first string players who
will not return next fall are Illi-
nois' Bernie Krueger, Northwest-
ern's Don Burson, Pandel Savic of
Ohio State, Bob Hartman of Pur-
due, Indiana's Nick Sebek and
Minnesota's Jim Malosky.
TOP CANDIDATES for quar-
terback positions during the 1950
campaign are led by Illinois hope-
fuls Don Engels, a sophomore last
season, and Jim Truran, currently
a freshman.
Engels, a 186-pounder from
Chicago, is noted for amazing
accuracy with his long passes
and has been looking very im-
pressive during spring drills.
In Bloomington, three promis-
ing newcomers - Lou D'Achille,
Ray Petrauskus and John Zuger
- are competing for a starting
position on the Indiana squad.

NORTIHWE STERN will be
boosted by the return of Dick
Flowers, senior next fall, who saw
limited service during the '49
campaign.
Coming up from the fresh-f
man ranks is Bob Burson,
brother of last year's star per-
former, Don. The younger Bur-
son is a 175-pound six-footer
who has been sparkplugging the
Wildcat's spring drills.
Two sophomores, Bob Gelle and
Harry Coates have been the out-
standing candidates for the sig-
nal-calling slot at Minnesota,
while down at Purdue, Dick
Schnaible is likely to get the nod
for a starting berth next fall.
It all simmers down to a tight
battle for next fall's Conference
championship and Rose Bowl bid,
with performances by these young
signal-callers liable to spell the
difference. ,

will send right-handed Ed Gren-
koski to the mound. Opposing
Grenkoski for Minnesota will
probably be Lloyd Lundeen, also a
right-hander.
Dick Siebert, Gopher coach,
has his problems with a squad
that is largely inexperienced,
and is depending on his pitch-
ing to compensate for the ap-
parent lack of strength. With
the exception of Jim Holker,
1948 shortstop letterman who
was out last season because of a
bad back, Minnesota is fielding
an all-new infield.
The starting lineup for Michi-
gan will be the same as it has
been in previous games with Bill
Bucholz, 2b, * I.3o Koceski, If,
Ralph Morrison, cf, Hal Morrill,
lb, Pete Palmer, c, Bob Wolff, ss,
Bob Fancett, rf, Gerry Dorr, 3b,
and Grenkoski.
* * *
TODAY'S GAME is scheduled to
begin at 3:30 p.m. and the second
game will be played tomorrow at
2 p.m. In the event that today's
game is called because of weather,
a double-header will be played
tomorrow.
If Michigan pitching lives up
to Fisher's hopes, the Wolverine
coach is fairly confident that
his squad will take the measure
of the Gophers.
Fisher hopes that history will
not repeat itself, for last season's
opener against Purdue was played
on a wind-swept, snowy field and
ended disastrously for Michigan.
Twin losses to the Boilermakers
made the Wolverines drive for
the Conference co-championship
a long uphill fight.

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