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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Giants

Win, Brooks Lose as Pennant Race Stiffens

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5-1 Win Over Phillies
HelpsGiant's Chances

PHILADELPHIA - (A') - The
grimly-determined New Y o r k
Giants pounded out a 5-1 victory
over Robin Roberts and the Phi-
ladelphia Phillies last night to
close within one game of the
first place Brooklyn Dodgers.
While the Giants were win-
ning, the wobbly Dodgers dropped
a twi-night doubleheader to the
fourth-placenBoston Braves at
Boston, 6-3 and 14-2.
THE GIANTS now are closer to
the National League leaders than
they have been since May 19
when they trailed the Dodgers
by two games despite a fifth-
place slot in the League stand-
ings.
The Giants called on their
ace starting pitcher, Sal Maglie,
when Jim Hearn faltered in the
An all-campus tennis tourna-
ment will begin Sunday, Sept.
30, with first round matches.
Hopefuls are asked to sign up
at the Sports Building.
-Dave Edwards

seventh. Maglie induced pinch
hitter Del Ennis to bounce into
a double play to end the inning
and the Phils' last threat.
It was an interesting pitching
duel between Hearn and Roberts
until Hearn was kayoed in the
seventh.
S * *
THE GIANTS scored single runs
in the second, third and fifth to
build up a 3-0 edge when the
Phils came to bat in the seventh.
Willie Jones led off with his
22nd home run of the year, a
mighty wallop into the left cen-
ter field stands. Hearn got the
next batter but Eddie Waitkus
and Del Wilber followed with
consecutive singles.
Manager Eddie Sawyer of the
Phillies derricked Roberts in fa-
vor of Ennis and Leo Durocher of
the Giants countered by replac-
ing Hearn with Maglie.
THE COUNT went to three and
two on Ennis before he tapped to
Alvin Dark who started the twin
killing that ended the inning.

Topor Made
Eligible for
GridPlayi
The Wolverine grid defense has
been greatly strengthened with the
announcement that first string
linebacker Ted Topor will be eli-
gible for competition this fall.
This decision was reached last
night at a meeting of the athletic
eligibility board which thoroughly
considered Topor's scholastic sta-
tus.
BOARD chairman, Ira Smith,
stated that Topor's record con-
forms to Western Conference reg-
ulations now that hehas made
up a deficiency in an anatomy
course that he previously failed.
Originally a fullback, but switch-
ed to quarterback last season the
212 pound Topor will probably
throw his weight around in the
defensive backfield where the
tough tackler can do the most
damage to Michigan's opponents.
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CHICAGO --(k)- The relaxed
White Sox last night just about
snuffed cut the flickering life left
in Cle1srid's pannant bid with a
4-2 win over the reeling Indians is
the Comiskey Park season finale.
Fighting tooth-and-nail, the sec-
ond pac Tribe scored twice in the
eighth and had the bases loaded
with .Jy one out, but failed to
score in ) dramatic ninth
BILLY PIERCE, wr o scatt3red
ninf. Ind an hits, saved his fifth
vin agarst only one loss facing
Cleve a ± d. by snagging Dale Mi,-
c cell's brner with the sacks loaded
and flipping to first fcr a game-
ending double play
The defeat sends the Indians
back to Cleveland for their last
two vames of the season trail-
ing first-place New York by
three games.
The Indians have five more de-

feats than the Yanks. the factor
that alniost murders their flag
chance.
The Yanks, whose game wilh
Philadelphia was rained out, can
berit cut the Indians by winning
only two of their remaining six
games.
* * *
61NATORS 3, RED SOX 0
WASHINGTON -(RP)-- Wash-
ington's Bob Porterfield all but
buried the Boston Red Sox's flick-
ering pennant hopes last night
when he pitched a masterful two-
hitter to give the Senators a 3-0
victory.
Porterfield had a no-hit game
for six innings. Johnny Pesky's
bounder over Porterfield's head
starting the seventh was the first
hit off him. After Ted Williams
hit into a double-play, Clyde Voll-
mer singled sharply to left field.

AMERICAN LEAGUE RACE:
Cleveland, Red Sox Lose; Yanks Idle

PORTERFIELD walked four and
struck out three to capture his
third straight game and even his
record at 8-8.
Washington scored twice off
Leo Kiely, rookie left hander, in
the second inning. With one out
Pete Runnels doubled to left
and Mike McCormick walked.
Clyde Kluttz's single scored Run-
nels. McCormick scored from
third when Aaron Robinson
dropped third baseman Fred
Hatfield's throw to the plate
after Hatfield had fielded Port-
erfield's grounder.
The Senators scored their other
run in the sixth inning when Sam
Mele tripled and scored on Gil
Coan's fly to Vollmer in right field.

Pennant Races
At a Glance
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB GL
Brooklyn 93 56 .624 .. 5
New York 93 58 .616 1 3
Remaining Games:
Brooklyn at home (0); away
(5) Boston, Sept. 26, 27; Phila-
delphia, Sept. 28, 29, 30.
New York at home (0) ; away
(3) Philadelphia, Sept. 26; Bos-
ton, Sept. 29, 30.
* * *
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 93 55 .628 .. 6
Cleveland 92 60 .605 3 2
Remaining Games:
New York-At home (6) Phil-
adelphia, Sept. 26; Boston, Sept.
28 (2), 29 (2), 30. Away (0).
Cleveland-At home (2) De-
troit, Sept. 29, 30. Away (0).

Dewey Appoints New Boxing
'Chairman as Eagan Resigns

Boston Tops
Bums Twice
To Cut Lead
BOSTON-(P)-Brooklyn's here-
tofore boastful Dodgers, suddenly
seized by panic, collapsed almost
entirely last night while dropping
a floodlighted doubleheader to the
Boston Braves 6-3 and 14-2.
Those shocking setbacks enabled
the furiously driving New York
Giants to whittle down the Dod-
gers' first-place lead to a single
game with three more to play. The
Dodgers still have five to go, in-
cluding ariother pair here with the
Tribesinf v
NOW THE Dodgers and Giants
each have 93 victories but the lat-.
ter have lost 58 games, two more
than their badly sagging rivals
from across the bridge.
The Braves. witn nothing at
stake except to provide Warren
Spahn, their southpaw ace, with
his 22nd win, started the Dodgers
All freshmen interested in
tryouts for the golf team please
report to the main office of the
Sports Building tomorrow at
4:00 p.m.
--Rod Granbeau
on their downfall with a six-run
rally in the first inning of the
opener.
That savage onslaught took all
of the fight out of Manager Cbar--
ley Dressen's proud performers and
from then on,.they were as panicky
as plough horses in a blazing barn.
AFTER CLINCHING the opener
in tt-e easiest possible fashion, the
gleeful Braves pounced on starter
Carl Erskine for six runsron three
hits and as many errors in the
second s ssion of the afterpiece,
and that was more than enough
to paralyze the Dodgers the rest of
the nIght.

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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New York ....93
Cleveland ....92
Boston .......87
Chicago ......78
Detroit .......712
Philadelphia ..67
Washington ..59
St. Louis .....49

L
55
60
60
72
78
83
90
99

Pct.
.628
.605
.592
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.480
.447
.396
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W
Brooklyn .....93
New York ....93
St. Louis .....79
Boston .......75
Philadelphia . .72
Cincinnati ....66
Pittsburgh ...63
Chicago ......61

NATIONAL LEAGUE

L
56
58
72
75
78
85
88
90

Pct.
.624
.616
.523
.500
.480
.437
.417
.404

GB
1
15
181/2
211/2
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YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Washington 3, Boston 0.
Chicago 4, Cleveland 2.
Detroit 2, St. Louis 0.

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TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at New York-
Shantz (17-9) vs. Kuzava (11-
6).
Boston at Washington (N-
Scarborough (12-8) vs. Hudson
(4-12).
Detroit at St. Louis (N)-Stu-
art (4-6) vs. Garver (17-12).
Only games scheduled.

YESTERDAY'S GAMES
New York 5, Philadelphia 1.
Boston 6-14, Brooklyn 3-2.
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 3.
Cincinnati 7, St. Louis 3 (14
innings).
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Boston - Labine
(4-1) vs. Cole (2-4).
New York at Philadelphia (N)
--Jansen (20-11) vs. Johnson
(5-7).
Only games scheduled.

ALBANY, N. Y. - (P) -- Gov.
Thomas E. Dewey yesterday ap-
pointed a new boxing czar for New
York State and demanded that
the fight game clean house.
In one breath, Dewey an-
nounced the resignation of for-
mer amateur boxer Eddie Eagan
and appointed Robert J. Christen-
berry, New York City hotel keep-
er, as chairman of the State Ath-
letic Commission.
CHRISTENBERRY, 52, is pres-
ident of the Hotel Astor. He for-
merly was a sports writer and
U. S. consular official. Eagan,
also 52, had held the $9,378-a-year
post since 1945.
In his letter of resignation,
Eagan said he was quitting be-
cause of the pressure of his
private law practice.
In appointing Christenberry,
Dewey detailed a program to im-
prove boxing. By implication, he

rapped the International Boxing
Club, which virtually has a mono-
poly on major ring events.
* * *
"EVERY AVENUE must be kept
open so that free competition ex-
ists in every licensed club in the
State, with equal opportunity for
every boxer," Dewey declared.
Points in Dewey's "cleanup pro-
gram":
1. Fullest reliance must be
placed on the Medical Advisory
Board and other scientific agen-
cies in order to reduce hazards of
the sport.
2. The members and profes-
sional staff of the State Athletic
Commission and their accumulat-
ed experience must be utilized to
the fullest.
3. "All the business of profes-
sional boxing must be conducted
in the open. Whenever major
questions affecting the sport arise,
they should be determined by full
and free discussion.."

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