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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Ortmann Doubtful
Dartmouth Starter

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* *

41

The Wolverines will probably
have to do without the services of
Chuck Ortmann, Michigan's triple
threat tail back in the Dartmouth
game this Saturday.
Ortmann, although present at
practice yesterday was still limp-
ing and did not participate in any

heavy workouts. It appears likely
that Bennie Oosterbaan will go
with Don Peterson in the passing
slot, saving Ortmann for the big
game with Army on Octoberh14.
* * *
PETERSON performed in yes-
terday's scrimmage alternating
with Sophomore Dave Hill in
heaving passes at the junior var-
sity during offensive scrimmage.

Roberts Opposes Reynolds
In Today's Series Contest

Vic-timized

Rocky Graziano Kiioeks Out
Burton in Seventh Round

VIC RASCHI
. . . tosses two-hitter
* * *
Raschi Glum
After Victory
PHILADELPHIA - (A') - You
would have thought the New York
Yankees had just lost a World
Series game the way they sat lined
up on benches facing each other
in the narrow,- steamy dressing
room reserved for visiting clubs.
Vic Raschi, who had just spun
the 12th two-hit pitching job in
world series records, was as glum
as the rest. He was pale, with his
thinning hair pasted down on his
forehead.
* * *
"TOUGH?" Sure it was tough.
They're all tough," he said, and
began to smile a little.
"My best ball? It was my fast
ball. That's what I struck out
Mike Goliat with in the fifth."
"What was your impression of
the Phillies?"
"Impression? They're a good ball
club." Raschi smiled. "Impression?
We gotta play 'em three more
times."
Meaning he thinks the Yankees
will win the series in four straight.
KEEP AHEAD OF
YOUR HAIR

(Continued from Page 1)
Dick Whitman, who batted for
Konstanty in the eighth, caught
the ball good and appeared for
a moment to have an extra-bas-
er going for him as the sphere
soared toward the right wall.
But at the last instant Hank
Bauer bounced against the bal-
ustrade and hauled it down.
Russ Meyer worked the final
inning for the Phils. Bauer, the
first man he faced, scratched a
single to third as the ball took
a bad hop past Jones, but Meyer
escaped without additional dam-
age.
- * *
RASCHI STRUCK OUT five and
victimized Sisler twice. He was
seldom behind a batter, and on
the few times when he was threat-
ened mildly he simply reared back
and blazed his fast one down the
slot. His teammates backed him
with superb fielding, though they
had few hard chances.
In some respects, Konstanty's
performance was as wonderful
as Raschi's. The bespectacled
curver had established a major
league record by relieving in 74
games during the past season,
but he had not started since he
was with Toronto of the Inter-
' inatioual League in 1948.
It didn't look so promising for
Jim when he walked the Yanks'
first batter, Gene Woodling, and
Phil Rizzuto followed with a solid
shot into left. Meyer was on his
feet instantly in the bullpen and
began heating up fast, but he need
not have bothered.
KONSTANTY SAT DOWN the
heart of the Yankee batting order,
-M Scores
Alpha Tau Omega 19 Acacia 0
Theta Xi 12 Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon 6
Phi Gamma Delta 31 Kappa
Nu 6
Zeta Beta Tau 13 Phi Sigma
Kappa 6
Chi Phi 24 Trigon 0
Triangle 20 Alpha Phi Alpha
0
Theta Chi 18 Lambda Chi Al-
pha 0
Beta Theta Pi 6 Delta Chi 0
Chi Psi 7 Theta Delta Chi 0

getting Yogi Berra and Johnny
Mize on outfield flies and trapping
Joe DiMaggio on a pop foul near
first base.
Again he pulled out of a deep
hole in the third, which Raschi
led off with a hit through the
box. Woodling again drew a
walk, and both runners moved
up on Rizzuto's sacrifice. Again
Jim induced Berra to fly out,
purposely passed DiMaggio to
load the bases, and then forced
Mize to pop to Jones at third.
Brown, who led both the Yan-
kees and Brooklyn with a .500
batting mark in last year's series,
sliced one down the left field line
to inaugurate the fateful fourth.
Bauer's drive to center, which fol-
lowed, was so deep that Ashburn
had to take it over his shoulder
on the dead run.
* * *
BROWN HAD ALL the time in
the world to move on to third i
the throw-in, and had an equally
unhurried trip to the plate on
Coleman's ensuing loft to the foot
of the left wall.
From there on, Konstanty was
somewhat superb. DiMaggio
drew a walk to start the sixth,
but the middle of the Yankee
batting order couldn't move him
any farther. Two more Bombers
reached base in the seventh
when Jones threw low to first
for the game's only error and
Woodling followed with a rap
to center. That was all.
The last five Yanks who faced
the relief ace didn't get the ball
out of the infield, and Konstanty,
for a fact, looked as though he
could have gone on another eight
innings.
RASCHI, BETWEEN receiving
congratulations from his team-
mates, conceded that his fast ball
was his best weapon all the way.
"Both hits were made off my slid-
er," Raschi said.
"He w a s having trouble
with his curves," catcher Yogi
Berra said. "Those high, wide
ones were curves."
Manager Casey Stengel said he
would stick with his plan to throw
Reynolds at the kids in tomor-
row's second game here and that
Eddie Lopat, his southpaw star,
probably will work the third con-
test at Yankee Stadium on Fri-
day.

NEW YORK
Woodling If
Rizzuto ss
Berra c
DiMaggio cf
Mize lb
Hopp lb
Brown 3b
Johnson 3b
Bauer rf
Coleman 2b
Raschi p

Totals........31
PHILADELPHIA

AB
3
.3
4
2
4
0
4
0
4
4
3

R:
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
R:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

H
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
5
H
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
2

O
1
0
7
3
7
3
0
0
5
1
0
27
O
9
2
3
4
4
0
1
3
1
0
0
27

A
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
7
A
2
0
0
0
3
1
1
2
0
0
1
10

CHICAGO - (') - Rocky Gra-
ziano, former World's Middle-
weight Champion, administered a
one sided lacing to Gene Burton,
New York Welterweight last night
before knocking him out in the
seventh round of their scheduled
ten round bout in the Chicago
Stadium.
Graziano, with a nine pound
weight advantage, stalked the
crafty Burton from the third
round until the finish.

Waitkus 1b
Ashburn cf
Sisler If
Ennis rf
Jones 3b
Hamner ss
Seminick c
Goliat 2b
Konstanty p
a-Whitman
Meyer p

AB
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
2
1
0

,
I i /F
I, Q

In the seventh, Graziano drop-
ped Burton for an eight count
with a left to the body. Graziano
connected with a long left to the
head that knocked Burton stagger-
ing into the ropes. Then Rocky
dropped a vicious right to the jaw
that knocked Burton sprawling.
He tried to regain his feet at the
count of nine, but fell backwards.
The end came two minutes and
ten seconds after the start of the
round.

Totals........29

New York (A)

000 100 000-1

Philadelphia (N) 000 000 000-0
E-Jones. RBI-Coleman. 2B-
Brown. S-Rizzuto, Raschi. Left-
New York (A) 9; Philadelphia
(N) 3. BB-off Konstanty 4
(Woodling 2, DiMaggio 2);
Raschi 1 (Waitkus). SO-by
Goliat, Konstanty). HO-Kon-
stanty 4 in 8 innings; Meyer 1
in 1. Winner-Raschi. Loser-
Konstanty. U-Jocko Conlan
(N) plate; Bill McGowan (A)
first base; Dusty Boggess (N)
second base; Charlie Berry (A)
third base; Al Barlick (N) left
field foul line; Bill McKinley
(A) right field fould line. T-
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