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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

V

Yankees

Win,

62,

Even

Series

11115: ,

Reynolds Bests Maglie;
DiMaggio Blasts Homer

KEWYORK (A)AB R H O A

NEW YORK-( P)-Revived1
heaven-sent day of rest, the Y
kees came back behind Allie
nolds' fine pitching today to1
per the Giants, 6 to 2, and tie
World Series up at two vict
apiece.t
Reynolds, knocked from the
in the opener, was a diffe
pitcher today. He limited the
tional Leaguers to eight hits, t
of them doubles by Capt. A
Dark, and was in charge all
way7.
. ' * *
JOE DIMAGGIO, the agingc
per, snapped out of his series si
to hammer a mighty two-
homer into the second deck at
Polo Grounds hastening the
mise of Sal Maglie, Giants'
game winner, and giving the cr
of 49,010 its biggest thrill of
one-sided exhibition.
Only oance did Reynolds g
Bomber fans a few fleeting r
ments of worry. That was int
ninth chapter when he perm
ted the first two Giants to rea
base and Bobby Thomson si
led one of them across with o
one away.
But that, unfortunately, brow
up youthful Willie Mays, the
ant's centerfielder, who previo
had rapped info two double p
to stifle potential rallies. Willie
it again, and the game was b
Four twin killings ripped off by
Yank infield tied the World Se
record .and chilled the Giants.
MAGLIE, WHO Leo Duroc

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for young men
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by a had figured to h
Yan- ican Leaguers a
Rey- into an unbeata
bat- have his usual
the parted for a pin
ories Yanks had take:
on DiMaggio's 1
box Sheldon Jonesv
rent two more unear
Na- three innings he
hree tia Kennedy h
Uvin tightly in check
the then it was muc
So, instead o
morrow's fifth
clip- home lot with a
ump winners' shareo
-run record World S
the ocher's miracle
de- die Lopat, their
23- tor of the secor
owe even terms.
the *,
IT WAS PLA
gve start today thai
no- unaccustomed fo
the the playoff with
it- at his best. He
ach corners with his
ng- forced to toss 25
nly retired the Ya
frame-a heav
ught energy.
Gi- When the Y
iusly across in the
days tie the counta
did forged aheadv
over. the fourth by r
the les around a w
eries vious that the
trouble. By tha
had settled do"
Cher certain firstf
. _ .spinning magic.
The Giants h
s in the opener on
three straight d
Irvin's ground;
That was all th
Reynolds until
CS abortive explosio
Now and then
ers threatened t
he never failed t
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andcuff the Amer-
nd shoot his club
ble 3-1 lead, didn't
mastery and de-
nchhitter after the
n a 4-1 advantage
blow in the fifth.
was the victim of
rned tallies in the
worked, but Mon-
held the winners
in the ninth. By
ch too late.
of going into to-
contest on their
firm grip on the
of what will be a
Series split, Dur-
boys must face Ed-
southpaw tormen-
nd game, on deed
IN from the very
Lt Maglie, with an
ur days rest since
Brooklyn, was not
was missing the
curves, and he was
pitches before he
nks in the first
y expenditure of
Yanks got, a ru:i
second inning to
at 1-1 and then
with another in
apping two sing-
w'alk, it was oh-
Giants were in
at time Reynolds
awn from an un-
fram and was
ad chalked up one
the first of Dark's
oubles and Monte
single into left.
ey were to do to
their brief but
n in the ninth.
the Polo Ground-
o get to Allie, but
o have the answer.
BALL SCORE

Bauer rf
Rizzuto ss
Berra e
DiMaggio cf
Woodling if
McDougald 2b-3b
Brown 3b
Coleman 2b
Collins lb
Reynolds p
TOTALS3
NEW YORK (A) 0
NEW YORK (N)]

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Collins 2; Rizzuto, Coleman and{
New York (N) 5. BB-Maglie 2(
ling); Reynolds 4 (Thomson 2, W
3 (Rizzuto, DiMaggio, McDougal
Kennedy 2 (DiMaggio, Woodling)
2, Maglie, Irvin, Stanky, Rigney).
4 in 3; Kennedy 0 in 1. WIN]
U-Al Barlick (NL) home plate
Lee Ballanfant (NL) second base
Art Gore (NL) left field foul line
foul line. T-2:57. A-49,010 (
Contract To M
NEW YORK - P) - Rogers
Hornsby yesterday signed a three
year contract as manager of the
St. Louis Browns and immediately
declared "There'll be some changes
made."
And one of the many changes
will be "no more clowning."
*" * *
"I TAKE MY baseball seriously
and if my club is getting beat, I
don't want anybody laughing at
some clown," said Hornsby.
Hornsby, one of baseball's
greatest hitters a quarter of a
cenutry ago, was non-committal
about the likelihood of trading

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Williams 14, Huber 0
Prescott 6, Cooley 01
Kelsey 6, Chicago 0
Wenley 7, Lloyd 0
Hinsdale 7, Michigan 0
Hayden 13, Fletcher 6
Gomberg 6, Strauss 0
Taylor 12, Greene 6
Winchell 6, Anderson 0
Psi Omega 7, Alpha Clii
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oineback! Oosterbaan
NEW YORK (N) AB IAH A Facedwth
Staky2b4 0 1 3 0 w ithl~ (
Dark ss 4 1 3 2 1 t
Thompson rf 3 1 0 1 0 1' Iuries
Irvin If 4 0 2 3 0
Lockman lb 4 0 0 4 0
Thomson 3b 2 0 2 2 3 1 Putich, Howell Hurt
Mays rf 4 0 0 5 1 In Stanford Contest
Westrum c 2 0 0 7 1
Maglie p 1 0 0 0 0
Jones p 0 0 0 0 By DICK SEWELL
Koned p 0 0 0 0 0 Michigan's twice-beaten gridders
Kennedy p 0 0 0 0 0 began preparations for Saturday's
TOTALS 30 2 8 27 6 clash with Indiana, yesterday, mi-
nus the services of captain Bill
in, Collins, Reynolds, DiMaggio 2, Putich and Frank Howell.
3, Woodling, Brown. HR--DiMag- Both suffered injuries in the
ud Collins; Reynolds, Rizzuto and Stanford dame. Howell was side-
Collins. LEFT-New York (A) 8; lined in the first quarter with'ta
(Bauer, Collins); Jones 1 (Wood- sprained ankle, and Putich re-
Vestrum, Thompson). SO-Maglie ceived a bad bruise on the calf of
d); Jones 2 (Reynolds, Rizzuto); his leg. Both reported to trainer
; Reynolds 7 (Lockman, Westrum Jim Hunt for treatment.
HO-Maglie 8 in 5 innings; Jones * * *
NER-Reynolds; LOSER-Maglie. COACH Ben Oosterbaan ex-
; Bill Summers (AL) first base; pressed doubt that Howell would
e; Joe Paparella (AL) third base; be ready Saturday, but hoped that
e; John Stevens (AL) right field Pupich wme forbeHbaote line-
paid). RECEIPTS-$233,887.85. The Wolverine captain play-
ed one of the best games of his
cThree Y ear career Saturday, doing a stellar
So on oith offense and defense.
Fighting for every yard, Putich
[anage Brownschalked up 79 yards in 12 tries and
completed three passes for 60 more
yards.
- -_* * *
Ned Garver, the Browns' 20- THE ENTIRE offensive team
game winning pitcher. Garver is showed improvement over their
considered the only Brownie who futile performance against Michi-
would attract big offers from gan State. The backfield shift
other clubs. All of the leading which put Ted Topor at quarter-
American League clubs would back, Don Peterson at fullback
give plenty for him.
"Maybe we don't have much How They Fared
other trading material," said the
Rajah, "but maybe the other clubs Indiana's Hoosiers, Michi-
don't either. We'll do the best we gan's next grid foe, defeated
can and I guarantee we'll play in- Pittsburgh last Saturday, 13-6
teresting baseball." on two touchdowns by Eugene
* * * Gedman, one an 85 yard romp.
THIS WILL BE Hornsby's sec- Other future Michigan foes
ond term as boss of the St. Louis came through Saturday with
Browns, his last big league mana-
gerial job. He piloted the Browns IOWA 30, Purdue 34
from 1933 through part of 1937. ILLINOIS 14, Wisconsin 10
He guided Seattle to the Pacific NORTHWESTERN 20, Army 14
Coast League pennant during the MINNESOTA 14, California 55
past season. CORNELL 41, Colgate 18
Before going to Seattle last win- OHIO STATE 20, Michigan
ter, Hornsby, a member of base- State 24
ball's Hall of Fame, managed the
Beaumont (Tex.) club to a Texas and Putich at left half showed
League pennant in 4950..He was a plenty of potential in recording a
television commentator for the net gain of 177 yards on the
Chicago Cubs in 1949 and operated ground and 77 in the air.
a baseball school for the Chicago This week's practice sessions
Daily News for four years. will undoubtedly stress pass de-
fense, since it was largely Michi-
gan's inability to cover the
throws of Gary Kerkorian that
gave Stanford the victory. Indi-
ana boasts a passer of equal
calibre in Lou D'Achlle, and
Hoosier scouting reports will
probably call for passes galore
come Saturday.
Yesterday's drills featured a
SCUFF MARKSI lengthy scrimmage between red
DOES RICHER COLOR and blue-shirted reserves on Fer-
k, Tan, Brown, Blue, barkTdnry Field. At the same time first
Mid-Tn Oxbloo, string offensive and defensive
i- doy Mahogany, and Neutrbd squads ran through brief limber-
Mar ing up exercises before seeing mov-
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