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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAJOR-LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Tigers Rip Nats 12-4; Tie for Second

Wolverine Golfers Lose
To U-P Titans 14 -/12
Evans, Fraser Outstanding for Michigan;
Koscis and Novitsky Lead Detroit Team

* *

Costly Error Gives N-D
Hard-Fought 6-5 Victory

Special to The Daily
,DETROIT-The University of
Detroit Titans made it two-out-
of-two against Michigan yesterday
when they edged the Wolverine
linksmen, 14/-121/2, at the Red
Run Golf Club here.
Earlier this spring, the Wolver-
ines had dropped a 15-12 match to
these same Titans over the Michi-
gan course.
* * *
THE SIX Maize and Blue golfers
averaged almost 79 strokes per 18-
hole round to 78 for each Titan. In
"Well I'll Be ..."
A prospective Wolverine
freshman football player was
being escorted around the cam-
pus last week but did not seem
to be greatly impressed until he
came to the stadium.h
"Gosh!" he exclaimed as he
gazed about the vast empty am-
phitheater. "How many people
can get into this place?"
"This stadium holds almost
98,000 people," replied his es-
cort.
The kid looked at him and
said: "You mean - sitting
down?"
their 131%-13/2 tie with North-
western a week ago, the six Wol-
verines averaged only 72.33 strokes
and last Saturday they averaged'
75 strokes to earn them victories

over Michigan State and Ohio
State.
The Wolverines had originally
been scheduled to play the Ti-
tans next Monday, but the meet
was moved back to yesterday
when it was learned that Patty
Berg, famous woman golfer,
would give an exhibition over the
Michigan course Monday.
Medalist for the Wolverines was
captain Dick Evans, who shot a
par-72 on 9-hole rounds of 37 and
35.
** *
FOR THE TITANS Sam Koscis
again won laurels. The veteran
Detroit linksman also shot a 72 on
rounds of 37 and 35. Koscis played
in the number 1 spot for Detroit,
Evans in number 3 for, Michigan.
Bob Olson shot, a 77, fading
badly on the back nine for a 42
after shooting 35 on the front
nine. Dean Lind carded 78, but
the best the Wolverine duo could
do was garner 3 out of 9 points
from Koscis and Tony Novitsky,
who shot 75.
Evans and John Fraser played in
the second foursome for Michigan
against Don Nelson and Dave Fitz-
patrick. Evans' par performance,
and a 77 by Fraser gave Michigan
a clean sweep of the 9 points.
NELSON and Fitzpatrick carded
78 and 84, respectively. Thus
through the first four singles on
each team, the Wolverines led,
12-6.
But experience proved the deter-
mining factor in the number 5 and
6 spots. Sophomores Lowell Le-
Clair and Hugh Wright skied to
rounds of 84 and 85, respectively,
against their Titan foes.

IHip-hip hooray,
Hup-hup-hup,
May 23,
GARG coming up!

DUANE HEGEDORN
. .. Impressive in loss
Name Sports
Niht Ed itors
Appointments to junior sports
staff positions were announced
Monday by the Board in Control
of Student Publications.
Named to seven sports night
editor posts were John Jenks, '53,
Park Ridge, Illinois; Bob Lan-
downe, '52, Brooklyn; Gene Mac-
kevich, '53, Chicago; Herb Neil,
'52, Schnectady, New York; Bob
Rosenman, '53, Chicago; Dick Se-
well, '53, Toledo; and Ed Whipple,
'53, Plymouth. The new night
editors will officially assume their
positions effective September,
1951.
Broker Buys
Browns' Stock
ST. LOUIS-(P)-Mark C. Stein-
berg, an investment broker, an-
nounced yesterday that he has
purchased a note involving the
controlling interest of the St.
Louis Browns with the idea of
helping keep the club in St. Louis.
The broker said in a statement
that the note, purchased from for-
mer owner Richard C. Muckerman
of the Browns, "Secondary to the
note held by the American League,
has as security the controlling
stock in the St. Louis Browns,
owned by William O. and Charles
Deweitt."

Special to The Daily
SOUTH BEND--The Fighting
Irish lived up to their name here
'yyesterday, as the Notre dame base-
ball squad rallied to squeak past
Michigan, 6-5.
Notre Dame pitcher Jean Ferry-
man received credit for the victory.
He relieved Stan Konopke on the
mound in the ninith inning.
WOLVERINE pitcher Duane
Hegedorn was saddled with the
loss, although turning in an im-
pressive performance. After going
in for starter Bob Larsen in the
fifth, he pitched four hitless inn-
ings. Hegedorn walked three and
fanned three.
Notre Dame came to bat in
the bottom of the ninth, behind
5-4. Irish right fielder lIat O'Neil
led off and reached first on an
error.
Left fielder Joe Pfaff sacrificed,
advancing O'Neil to second. Ferry-
man struck out, and shortstop
Harry Durkin proceeded to smack
out a single, O'Neil sliding into
home plate with the tying run.
* * *
CAME THE Irish half of the
tenth, and the score was still knot-
ted. Catcher Tom Boland drew a
walk, and was sacrificed to second
by Pete Gillis.
Notre Dame center fielder
Jack Manning popped out to
Michigan first baseman Al Wey-
gandt. O'Neil hit a high fly to
left fielder Leo Koceski, who
dropped the ball and the game
with it, Boland scoring from sec-
ond.
Michigan broke into the scoring
column in the second inning as sec-
ond baseman Gil Sabuco singled
after successive walks to Gerry
Dorr and Bill Mogk.
* * *
THE BIG INNING for the Wol-
verines was the sixth. Weygandt
doubled, then scored on Dorr's
three base smash. Mogk singled
and Dorr went home. Second base-
man Gil Sabuco liit another single,
Mogk reaching third. Hegedorn
forced Sabuco but Mogk scored.
Frank Howell beat out a bunt,
but shortstop Bruce Haynam hit
into a double play. Michigan got
three runs on four hits in that
Inning.
The Irish got ,three runs in the
second inning, then one in the
third.
Neither team was impressive
statistically, as both got eight hits

troit Titans
MICHIGAN
Howell cf
Haynam ss
Koceski If
Palmer c
Weygandt
Dorr 31b
Mogk rf
Sabuco 2b
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Larsen p
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Hegedorn p
TOTALS
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BOX SCORE
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and made three errors. Two of the
Wolverine errors were directly re-
sponsible for the tying run in the
ninth and the winning one in the
tenth.
Today the Michigan squad goes
to Detroit to play a non-league
contest with the University of De-

y batted for Larsen in;
NOTRE DAME AB
Durkin ss 5
Manning, R 2b 3
Costigan 2b 1
LeRose 3b 2{
Foley 3b 21
Boland c 3
Gillis lb 4
Ridge of 2
Manning. .J r 2
O'Neill rf 5
Cunningham if ?
Pfaff if 1{
Konopka p 21
Ferryman p 1
TOTALS 35

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By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-Detroit maul-
ed four Washington pitchers for
14 hits and climbed into a second
place tie with a 12-4 victory . be-
hind Hal Newhouser's 9-hit pitch-
ing last night.
Vic Wertz and Pat Mullin led
the Tigers' assault with three hits
each, while Steve Souchock slam-
med an eight-inning homer off
Joe Haynes after Wertz walked.
Sam Mele belted the Senators
into a 2-0 lead in the first inn-
ing with a home rurf after Eddie
Yost doubled, but Detroit got two
runs in the second off Sandy Con-
suegra on a walk and four sin-
gles.
* * *
REDS 1, BRAVE 0
CINCANNATI -Ewell Black-
well allowed only one hit as he
blanked the Boston Braves 1 to 0.
He and Vern Bickford hooked up
in one of the tightest pitching
duels in many years. Bickford
allowed only two hits.
The blow that killed off Bick-
ford was a home run by catcher
John Pramesa in the seventh inn-
ing. The only other Cincinnati
hit was a double by Connie Ryan
after Bickford had hurled 51/3 inn-
ings of hitless ball.
PIRATES 7, GIANTS 3
PITTSBURGH-George Strick-
land's bat hammered out two
homers and a single, drove in five
runs and gave the Pittsburgh
Piratesaa 7-3victory over the
* * *
Tigers, Chisox
Trade Hurlers
CHICAGO-(AP)-The White Sox
last night traded lefthander Bob
Cain to the Detroit Tigers for
pitcher Saul Rogovin, a 205-pound
righthander. There was no cash in-
volved in the exchange.
The 26-year-old Cain compiled a
9-12 record for the Sox in 1950 and
had a 1-2 mark for this season.
Rogovin, 27, appeared in 11
games for Detroit last year and
had a 2-1 record. He has a 1-1
mark so far this campaign.

New York Giants before 25,8381
last night at Forbese Field.
* * *
BROWNS 11, A's 8
PHILADELPHIA-The St. Louis
Browns won a free-swinging bat-
tle from the Philadelphia Ath-
letics last night, 11-8, as the two
teams rapped out three homers,
three triples and the same num-
ber of doubles.
S* * *
DODGERS 8, CUBS 4
CHICAGO-Duke Snider's bas-
es-loaded homer in the seventh,
two circuit wallops by league-
leader Gil Hodges and another by
Jackie Robinson swept the pace-
setting Brooklyn Dodgers to an
8-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs
yesterday.
* * *
WHITE SOX 9, BOSOX 7
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two-run homer in the 11th inn.
ing-the first of his major league
career-to lead the Chicago White
Sox to a 9-7 triumph over the
Boston Red Sox.
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PHIL S 5, CARDS 4
ST. LOUIS-A pinch single by
Bill Nicholson with the bases
loaded in the top of the ninth
gave the Philadelphia Phils the
necessary two runs to hand the St.
Lous ,Cardinals a 5 to4 defeat last
night.
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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

New York
Chicago
Detroit
Washington
Cleveland
Boston
Philadelishia
St. Louis

W
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13
13
13
12
12
7
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8
9
9
10
10
11
18
19

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.545
.522
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.269

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Boston
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Chicago
Cincinnati
St. Louis
New York

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15
15
13
13
12
12
11
13

L
10
12
12
14
13
14
13
16

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.600
.556
.520
.481
.480
.462
.458
.448

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Phi Sigma Delta, Sigma Phi Ep-
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advanced to the semi-finals of the
fraternity softball first-place play-
offs yesterday in intramural play.
The Phi Sigs combined good
clutch hitting and six-hit pitching
by Morrie Baker to defeat Beta
Theta Pi, 6 to 1. Phi Sig scored
four runs in the third ininng, when
Larry Sperling hit a single to drive
in two runs, and then came home
himself on a home run by Bill
Blumenthal.
SIG EPS scored in every inning
but the fourth to turn back Theta
Xi, 6 to 3. Bob Schmidt pitched
masterful six-hit ball, keeping the
Theta Xis under control in every
inning but the fourth, when they
scored their only, three runs.
The Chi Psis capitalized on
wild pitching by Irv Tobocman
and some shoddy SAM fielding
to win over Sigma Alpha Mu, 7
to 4. The Chi Psi defense was
excellent, giving more than ade-
quate support to the five-hit
pitching of Roy Nelson.
Phi Delta Theta had to come
from behind to edge out Pi Lambda
Phi, 7 to 6, in the other first-place
quarter-final playoff.
In ยข other fraternity softball
games played yesterday, Kappa
Sigma defeated Alpha Delta Phi,
10 to 1, to gain a berth in the sec-
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last two games were in the fourth-
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