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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Four Games in Four Days
On, Tap for Wolverine Nine

Y. 7 BAYES WNON HOMER I N 10TH:
'ikIndians Rip Chicago, 6-0, on Lemon 's OneHite
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(Continued from Page 1)
and Saturday they will hook up
with Western Michigan for a two
game home-and-home series.
With the four contests com-
ing in rapid succession, Coach
Fisher plans to use his top hurl-
ing quartet of Southpaws Rit-
ter, Dick Yirkoski and Mary
Wisniewski and righthander
Jack Corbett in starting roles.
Last season Michigan opened
against Wayne and costed to a
one-sided 14-0 win behind some
fine hurling by Wisniewski. The

Tartars are scheduled to appear
in Ann Arbor April 27.
The Broncoes of Western Mich-
igan, who will appear at Ferry
Field on Friday, have long been
one of the powers in the collegiate
diamond sport. Last year the
Kalamazoo nine won the NCAA
District four playoffs beating Wis-
consin and Illinois, but lost to
Holy Cross in the championship
game at Omaha.
Before bowing to the Crusad-
ers the Broncs'beat Colorado
State, 8-6, and the great Duke
University team, 5-1.

Michigan didn't play them last
season, but the year before West-
ern dumped the Wolverines 5-4
and the Maize and Blue holds
only a 25-18 edge in a series dat-
ing back to 1915. Since 1948, Mich-
igan has been able to muster only
one win over the Broncoes, losing
four times and tieing once.
To date, Coach Charles Mah-
er's club has won three games and
lost one. They dumped Ohio State
twice 2-1 and 4-1 and split with
Iowa, losing the first contest, 6-5,
but coming back to win the sec-
ond on the strength of lefty Gary
Grahams' 2-0 shutout perform-
ance.
* * *

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Perry Signs
Lowell Perry, 20 year old star
end for Michigan the past three
seasons, wil play professional
football next season for the To-
ronto Argonauts, champions of
Canada's Dominion Football
League.
Argonaut coach Frank Clair
announced the signing yester-
day in Toronto, and also reveal-
ed that three additional Am-
erican players are expected to
sign with his team during the
next three weeks. Clair de-
clined to name them.

JOE RIDGE
. .. captains Irish"
Caiad iens Top
Boston Bruins;
Richard Stars
BOSTON - JP) -- Montreal's
Maurice "The Rocket" Richard
proved that he is still the "old
pro" of ice hockey in the Boston
Garden last night, as he poured
three goals into the nets, givingl
the Montreal Canadiens a re-
sounding 7-3 triumph over the
Boston Bruins in the final series of
the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Richard's hat trick virtually
clinched the coveted cup for Mon-
treal, as it thereby gained a three
games to one lead in the National
Hockey League's best-of-seven ser-
ies. Thus Dick Irvin's Canadiens
can capture the battered but hal-
lowed trophy by winning the next
encounter.
The Canadiens gained the final
series by edging out the Chicago
Blackhawks four games to three.

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - Bob Lemon, the
highest priced pitcher in baseball,
hurled a one-hitter Tuesday as
the Cleveland Indians won their
opener from the Chicago White
Sox, 6-0. Lemon helped put the
frosting on the cake with a homer
of his own, giving 53,698 fans an
extra thrill.
Minnie Minoso's line single to
left field in the first inning pre-
vented the Indians' righthander
from becoming the first pitcher to
hurl an opening day no-hitter
since teammate Bob Feller turned
the trick against the White Sox
in 1940.
BRAVES 3, CARDS 2
MILWAUKEE - Bill Bruton,
23-year-old Negro rookie, smashed
a 10th inning home run for a 3-2
Milwaukee Braves' victory over
the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday
in a dramatic return of major
league baseball to Milwaukee aft-
er a 52-year absence.
Bruton's decisive blast, after he
had tripled and scored for a 2-1
Milwaukee lead in the eighth, sent
a capacity crowd of 34,357 paid at
the five million dollar Milwaukee
County Stadium into hysterics.
* K
A'S 5, YANKS 0
NEW YORK - Lefty Alex Kell-
ner blanked the world champion
New York Yankees on five singles
Tuesday, 5-0, as the Philadelphia
A's rocked Vic Raschi, their old
jinx, for two homers to ruin the
Yank's opening Pid for a fifth
straight pennant.
DODGERS 8, PIRATES 5
BROOKLYN - Brooklyn and
Pittsburgh inaugurated a brand
new season Tuesday but it was the
same old story as the defending
National League champion Dodg-
ers spotted the Pirates a four-run
lead and came on to win, 8-5.

To the shivering 12,433 who
braved the 40 degree weather, it
was the 1952 season all over again.
Pittsburgh pitcher Murray Dick-
son threw home run balls, Brook-
lyn starter Carl Erskine failed to
last the fourth inning and reliefer
Joe Black had to be called to
maintain order.
* * *
CUBS 3, REDS 2
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double off the left centerfield wall
in the eighth inning accounted
for two unearned runs Tuesday
and provided the Chicago Cubs
with a 3-2 season opening vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Redlegs.
Ken Raffensberger, 35-year-old
lefty, had scattered seven hits up
to that time.
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GIANTS 4. PHILS 1
PHILADELPHIA - The New

J. Paul Sheedy* Switched to Wildroot Cream-Oil
Because He Flunked The Finger-Nail Test

York Giants continued their
strange mastery over one of base-
ball's great pitchers Tuesday by
thumping Robin Roberts and the
Philadelphia Phillies for a 4-1
opening day victory at Connie
Mack Staduim.
LATE SCORE
St. Louis Browns 10, Detroit
Tigers 0

"LISTEN, BIRD-BRAIN, don't get soar, but I cooed never love you," said Sheedy's
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PHI DELTS TOP SIGMA PHI, 15-2:
Casemier Hurls Lambda Chi No-Hitter,

Sensational New Advance

By PHIL JACOBUS
Jerry Casemier became the sec-
ond no-hit pitcher of the season
as his team, Lambda Chi Alpha,
defeated Tau Delta Phi 4-1 in
a fraternity intramural softball
game yesterday.
With Casemier supplying the
pitching and Hal Cruger with a
two-run homer supplying the bat-
ting power, the Lambda Chis
All men interested In play-
ing soccer this semester please
report to the soccer field east
of the Michigan Stadium at
3:30 this afternoon.
--Ken Ross
forged ahead in the third inning
after trailing 1-0 as the result of
four straight walks in the second
inning.
Phi Delta Theta had an easy
time of it as they defeated Sig-
ma Phi 15-2 behind the pitching
of Hank Heil. This game was
fairly close until the last in-
ning when the Phi Delts scored
ten times. Rusty Swaney led the
Phi Delt attack with four hits,
including two homers and a
double. Both homers came in
the big inning.
In another one-sided contest
Pi Lambda Phi defeated Phi Gam-
ma Delta 12-1. Jerry Rovner was
the biggest nemesis to the Phi
Gams as he pounded out two hom-
ers, one with two men on base.
Bernie Kimmel also had a homer
for the Pi L'ams. Sid Amster
pitched for the winners.
ALPHA DELTA PHI squeeked
by Alpha Tau Omega 10-9 in prob-
ably the tightest game of the day
as Laurie Boogy hit two homers
to lead the winners. Marty Ed-
wards did the pitching for the
Alpha Delts. Jim Dreyer and Der-
ril Huntley had home runs for
the losers.
Dale Bock pitched and batted
Theta Xi to a 7-6 victory over
Phi Kappa Sigma. Bock with a

homer and Gene McCracken
with two base hits supplied just
enough batting punch to bring
home the victory to the Theta
.Xis. Russ Rescorla hurled for
Phi Kappa Sigma.
In another slugfest Phi Sigma
Delta whalloped Zeta Psi 17-4.
Bob Blumenthal, Phil Barad, and
Dick Spero all clouted home runs
for the winners. Blumenthal was
the winning pitcher.
* *
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, be-
hind the steady two-hit pitching
of Bud Engel, defeated Delta Kap-

pa Epsilon 5-1. Engel, besides al-
lowing only two hits, struck out
eleven hitters. Nell Beruie and En-
gel each had two base hits to lead
the winners in the batting de-
partment.
Irv Tobocman pitched Sigma
Alpha Mu to a 7-4 win over Theta
Chi. Dasil Nemer paced the win-
ning attack with a triple. Pete
Solar hurled the distance for the
losers.
In the remaining game Beta
Theta Pi defeated Theta Delta
Chi 11-3. Gordy Tarrant pitched
for the winners.

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