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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY,

Detroit Wins,
Both Ends Of
Doubleheader
Tigers Rout Yankees And
Gain Firmer Grip On
First Place
(Continued From Page 1)
ground rules. Hayworth singled to*
center, scoring Rogell, and Owen with
the tying run. Gomez was taken out
and replaced on the mound by De-
Shong. Crowder forced Hayworth,
Crossetti to Lazzeri. Five runs, six hits,
no errors.
Seventh Inning
DETROIT -Fox walked. Fox stole
second as White struck out. Gehringer
walked. Goslin singled to.right, filling
the bases. Rogell forced Goslin, De-
Shong to Lazzeri to Crossetti, Fox
scoring and Gehringer going to third.
Greenberg singled to left, scoring
Gehringer and putting Rogell on
third. Owen singled to center, scoring
Rogell and sending Greenberg to
third. DeShong was taken out of the
box and Johnny Allen, another right
hander, was called to- the mound.
Hayworth singled to center, scoring
Greenberg, Owen stopping at second.
Allen was promptly taken out of the
box. He has been suffering from a
sore arm and his control obviously
was way off. Russ Van Atta, south-
pay, was the third Yankee pitcher of
the inning and the fourth in two in-
nings. Crowder rolled out, Lazzeri to
Gehrig.
Second Game
First Inning
DETRtOIT - White singled past
Heffner. Saltzgaver threw out Coch-
rane. Gehringer hit a home run into
the right field stands, scoring White
ahead of him. Goslin and Rogell
struck out. Two runs, two hits, no
errors.
Third Inning
DETROIT - White struck out.
Cochrane tripled off the right field
wall. Gehringer bounced to Crossetti
and Cochrane was thrown out when
he attempted to score, Crossetti to
Jorgens to Saltzgaver to Jorgens.
Gehringer went to second. Goslin
singled to center, scoring Gehringer.
Rogell grounded to Gehrig. One run,
two hits, no errors.
Fifth Inning
NEW YORK - Gehrig singled to
center. Selkirk singled to right, send-
ing Gehrig to third. Byrd bounced
to Rowe, and Gehrig was thrown out
at the plate, Rowe to Cochrane to
Owen. Selkirk went to third and Byrd
to second on the run down. Jorgens
flied to White, scoring Selkirk. Byrd
went to third when White made a bad
throw to the plate. Heffner walked.
Ruffing forced Heffner, Rogell to Geh-
ringer. One run, two hits, one error.
Sixth Inning
NEW YORK - Crossetti singled to
center. Saltzgaver forced Crossetti,
Greenberg to Rogell. Chapman fouled
to Cochrane. Chapman hit his thirty-
seventh home run of the season into
the right field bleachers, scoring be-
hind Saltzgaver with the tying run.
Selkirk flied to Goslin. Two runs, two
hits, no errors.
Eighth Inning
DETROIT - White singled to left.
Cochrane singled to left. White pull-I
ing up at second. Gehringer singled
to center, scoring White and sending
Cochrane to second. Goslin grounded
to Gehrig, both runners advancing
a base. Rogell was intentionally
passed, filling the bases. Greenberg
forced Rogell, Crossetti to Heffner,
Cochrane scoring and Gehringer tak-
ing third. Owen popped to Heffner.
Two runs, three hits, no errors.
Ninth Inning
DETROIT - Fox popped to Heff-
ner. Rowe walked. White singled to

right on the first pitch, sending Rowe
to second. Cochrane struck out. Geh-
ringer singled to right, scoring White
and putting Gehringer on third. Heff-
ner threw out Rogell. Two runs, three
hits, no errors.

Olsen Still Gets Kick Out Of ictor

By BRACKLEY SHAW
George Olsen, former drum-ma-
jor of the University of Michigan
Varsity Band, "still gets the same
kick out of hearing 'The Victors' that
he used to back on old Ferry Field,"
he stated in an interview yesterday.
Olsen, who is now the leader of a
nationally known dance orchestra,
regularly includes in his program for
the evening a renditionofMichigan's
marching song, and accompanies it
with all the baton twirling that he
learned 20 years ago, in front of him,
behind him, under his leg, and over
imaginary goal posts.
Olsen's band leading personality,
jovial, and interested in his audience,
is the leader's natural character. A
most approachable person, he seemed
to be really glad to have the oppor-
tunity to talk to a student from his
alma mater.
Olsen is a member of the Michigan
chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma. Last
fall he presented the Varsity Band
with the University standards at a
ceremony held at the Iowa football
game.
After he had led the Michigan band
for the year 1913-14, with the aid of a
broomstick painted yellow and blue,
he formed a trio of sax, violin and
traps, the next summer and went to
BOX SCORES
FIRST GAME

Detr
A

Fox, rf ............
White, cf ..........
Gehringer, 2b ..... .
Goslin, lf ..........
Rogell, ss .........
Greenberg, lb .....
Owen, 3b . .......
Hayworth, c .....
Crowder, p.......
Marberry, p .......

oit
B R
.4 1
. 4 1
.4 2
.5 1
.5 2
.5 1
.4 1
.3 0
.5 0
.0 0

H O
1 3
0 5
1 1
2 3
".1 1
2 7
2 1
3 5
0 1
0 0
12 27

Cro
Salt
Rut
Geh
Dic
Cha
Selk
Lazy
Hef
Rol
Gon
Des
Alle
Van
*Ho

Totals .......39 9
New York
ABR
setti, ss, 2b .....4 1
tzgaver,-3b .....5 1
h, if ........4 1
Trig, lb ........5 1
key, c .........4 1
pman, cf ......3 0
irk, If . .....4 0
zeri, 2b ........2 0
Fner, 2b ........0 0
fe, ss ..... .. .1 0
nez, p .........2 0
hong, p . .....1 0
n, p ..........0 0
iAtta, p .......0 0
ag ...........10

<H
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

0
3
2
1
7
9
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

A
0
0
6
0
3
1
0
0
1
0
11
A
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
4
0
0
2
1
0
0
0

E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
24

Totals.......36

5 11 27 11

*Batted for Van Atta in 9th.

Detroit............000 005 400-9
New York ...........302 000 000-5
SECOND GAME
Detroit

A

White, cf

iB
.5

Cochrane, c .......5
Gehringer, 2b ......5
Goslin, if ..........5
Rogell, .ss .........4
Greenberg, lb .....4
Owen, 3b ..........4
Fox, rf ...........4
Rowe, p ..........3

SR
3
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
1

H 0
3 2
2 6
3 1
2 4
0 1
0 7
0 .2
2 3
0 1

A
0
1
3
0
3
1
1
0
2

E
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Totals .......39 7
New York
AB R
Crosetti, ss ........4 0.
Saltzgaver, 2b .....4 1
Chapman, cf ......4 0
Gehrig, lb.......4 1
Selkirk, rf ........ 4 1
Byrd, if..........3 0
Jorgens, c........3 0
Heffner, 2b ........2 0
Ruffing, p ........3 0

12 27 11 1

H
1
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
2
6
1
2
12
4
0

A
2
3
0
0
0
0
1
2
0

E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Totals .......31 3 4 27

Detroit

.............201 000

New York ...........000 012

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