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PAGE SIX TH E I C H I G A N A I LY

MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1937

Tigers Full

Game,

9-5,

With

17-Hit

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cieased his capacity to 50 feet nine
inches against California at Berkeley.
The first outdoor meet in Ann
Arbor saw his best all-around per-
formance as he not only took his fa-
vorite event, the shot put, but also

Lawson Loses
His Second As
Murphy Wins
T illetos Selkirk Clubs
Out 16th Homer, Two
Singles And A Triple
NEW YORK, June 27.-( P)-Led off
by Twinkletoes Selkirk, the ex-wrest-
ler with the big bat, the Yankees tookI
Detroit pitching apart today and
walloped the Tigers 9 to 5 with a 17-+
hit attack.
Selkirk socked his 16th homer, a
triple and two singles, driving in four
cuns to set the pace that dropped the
Tigers a notch, strengthened the
Yankees' hold on first place and gave
Murderers' Row a record of nine wins
and three setbacks in their just end-
ed home stay.
The Yanks didn't need much pitch-
ing, and didn't get any to speak of,
although Johnny Murphy, who re-
lieved old Blubber Malone in the
fifth checked the Detroit bats effec-
fively with five hits in five innings he
worked. Murphy received credit for
the win.
But there was even less Tiger
pitching in sight. Roxie Lawson, the
League's leading thrower, lasted less
than three innings and gave up seven
hits to lose the decision. Poof Poff en-
berger and old Jack Russell finished
ap.A
Selkirk, by driving in four runs,
was the Yankees' big gun, but Red
Rolfe and Tony Lazzeri kept pace
with him by also collecting four hits
apiece.
The Tigers had one big inning, the
fourth, when three singles, a walk
and George Tebbetts' three-bagger,

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Major Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Saturday's Sports In Brief

New York ......
Chicago ........
Detroit .........
Boston .........
Cleveland.......
Washington . .
Athletics......
St. Louis......

W.
...37
.35
.....34
.....31
.....28
.....26
....20
...20

L. Pct.
21 .638
25 .588
26 .567
24 .564
29 .491
33 .441
36 .357
37 .351

TRACK beat Norman Bickel and Norbert Bur- holes.
New York-Glenn Cunningham gess, Chicago in doubles final. Lexington, Ky.-Marion Miley wins
breaks Nurmi's world record for mile GOLF Kentucky State title fifth time, beat-
and a half, running distance in 6:34 Philadelphia-harry Cooper shoots ing defending champion, Mrs. Wil-
at Metropolitan All-Sports Carnival. 68 on final round to win True Tem- lard Johnson, 10 and 9 in 36 hole
Passaic, N. Y.--Archie Harris, 18- per Open tourney with 280 for 72 i final.
year-old Ocean City schoolboy, bet-- - - ------
ters world discus record with heave -1

. . .

Yesterday's Results of 175 feet 8 inches but is ineligible
New York 9, Detroit 5. for record because of registration
Boston 8-11, St. Louis 0-7.-technicality.
Philadelphia 10-2, Cleveland 0-7. RACING
Chicago 5, Washington 3. Chicago-Mrs. Ethel Mars' Tiger
Today's Games wins Washington Park Futurity and
Ngmsshd d $26,125, beating Hal Price Headley
NATIONAL LEAGUE entry of Menow and Bourbon King.
W.AL. Pet. New York-Mrs. C. S. Howard's
Chicago ............36 24 .600 Seabiscuit conquers Aneroid by a nose
New York..........36 25 .590 to take 49th Brooklyn Handicap at
St. Louis...........35 25 .583 Aqueduct. Memory Book third as
Pittsburgh ..........32 27 .542 Santa Anita Handicap winner, Rose-
Brooklyn ............27 30 .474 mont, is unplaced.
Cincinnati ..........24 35 .407 Detroit---Millsdale Stable's Infa n-
Phillies.... .......24 36 .400 try sets track record of 1:56 4/5 for
Boston ..............23 36 .390 mile and one sixteenth to win $10,000I
Yesterday's Results added Frontier Handicap by tI-ee
Brooklyn 8-6, Chicago 3-3. lengths over War Minstrel. Azucar
Boston 8-10, Cincinnati 2-5. third.
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3. TENNIS
New York 8, St. Louis 1. Wimbledon, Eng.-Baron Gottfried
Today's Games Von Cramm trounces Gene Mako,
No games scheduled. 6-0, 6-2, 6-3, to enter quarter final
round of All-England championships l
Malone, 1; Poffenberger, 3; Murphy, as Heinrich Henkel, Bunny Austin
1. Strikeouts-by Lawson, 1; Ma- and Jack Crawford complete last
lone, 1; Murphy, 2; Poffenberger, 2. eight; Alice Marble reaches fourth
Hits off-Lawson 7 in 2 1/3 innings; round with 6-1, 6-10 victory over
Poffenberger 8 in 4 2/3; Russell 2 in Mollie Lincoln.
1; Malone 7 in 4; Murphy 5 in 5. Haverford, Pa.-Ernie Sutter, Tu-
Winning pitcher, Murphy. Losing lane, retains National Intercollegiate
pitcher-Lawson. Umpires: McGowan, singles title, whipping Gerin Camer-
Johnston and Moriarty. Time: 2:05. on, Tulsa, 6-2, 6-2, 6-2; Richard Ben-
Aattendance: 24,372. nett and Paul Newton, California,
It'll Be 'Coach' In September
But It's Professor Kipke Now
It'll be Head Coach Harry Kipke officiating for those who have oc-
when September rolls around and casion to serve as officials in major

4 -8 NICKELS ARCADE

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brought in four runs.
hit a homer in the fifth
run.
Detroit AB
Fox cf ...............5
Rogell ss ............4
Clifton xx ............0.

Billy Rogell
Sfor the odd

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0
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BILL WATSON

placed first in the discus throw, broad
jump and high jump for a quadruple.
His triple win in the Big Ten out-
door meet, which came close to dupli-
eating Jesse Owen's feat of two years
ago on the same occasion and on the
same field, was crowned by a record-
breaking push of 50 feet 10% inches.
Every time "Big Bill" has competed
he has increased his own mark. And
every time he has competed this year,
with the exception of the N.C.A.A.
meet, he placed first.
That's quite a record for a soph-
omore.

Gehringer 2b........5
Greenberg lb ........4
Walker rf ............4
York 3b .............4
Laabs lf .............4
Tebbetts c..........4
Lawson p...........1
Poffenberger p.......2
Goslin, x............1
Russell p ............0

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Totals ...........38 5
x-Batted for Poffenberger
xx-Ran for Rogell in 9th.
New York AB R
Heffner ss..........5 0
Rolfe3b............5 1
Dimaggio cf.........5 2
Gehrig lb ............1 2
Dickey c .............5 0
Selkirk rf ............5 2
Powell lf .............5 1
Lazzeri 2b ............4 1
Malone p ............2 0
Ruffing, z ............1 0
Murphy p ............2 0

12 24
in 8th

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the Wolverines launch another at-j
tack for Big Ten gridiron honors, but
oeginning today it's Professor Kipke,
a title he will retain for six weeks as
a member of the Education School's
faculty.
His 41a course in football is the
headliner in the activity courses in
physical education arranged each
summer for instructors engaged in
teaching or coaching during the
school year, for regularly enrolled
students in the professional training
program in physical education and for
others wishing to supplement prep-
aration already received in other col-
leges.
Although special consideration is
given to such problems confronting
the football coach as distribution of
material, cultivation of morale and
planning the season, the double
period devoted to this course daily
will be devoted to demonstration and
instruction in blocking, tackling,
kicking and passing. Strategy and
designing of plays will also come in
for their share of attention.
Kip's showing his versatility by
also teaching a course in rules and

sports.
Coach Charlie Hoyt, whose well
balanced track aggregation swept
through to top honors in the Big Ten
meet this spring, will teach his spe-
cialty, course F44a, track and field
athletics for a double period every
afternoon, and then when the even-
ing rolls around will devote Wednes-
day, Thursday and Friday to a course
in athletic training and condition-
ing. Coach Hoyt was trainer for
the football team last year.
Othericoacheswho will don the
professorial robes are Franklin
"Cappie" Cappon, who will teach a
course in basketball, and Johnny
Johnstone, tennis mentor, who willj
offer two courses, one in combative
and recreational sports and one in
graded plays and games.
Prof. George May, more affec-
tionately known as Doc May to the
incoming freshmen each year who
take their required physical educa-
tion under his direction, will teach a
course in school programs in physical
education for junior and senior high
school boys in this department as
well as a course in preventive and
corrective physical education.

' '

ENKD-OF-TH E-MONTH
SA LE
Tuesday andWednesday
* North, East, South ... or West ...
. . . wherever you're from, you'll soon find out why
JACOBSON'S, with its cordial and efficient service
and its outstanding styles, combined with remarkable
values, will be your -must" shopping headquarters
for the Summer. May we call your attention to the
few items listed below as special introductory offers?
MAIN STORE
Entire Stock of SPRING COATS and SUITS
OATS, untrimimed, values to $19.95
SUITS and FUR-TRIMMED COATS at a Discount
of S0%7c, and more.
Three groups Of DRESSES -- types for al
occosions including two- and three-piece
knits (Lampi and Mirian Gross)
$5.00 - $9.90 - $12.90
15 pairs of Crepe and Satin
LOUNGING PAJAMAS at Half Price
FASHION ANNEX
One group of Sport and Daytime DRESSES
Values to $8.95

Totals.........
z-Batted for Malone

40 9 17 27 10
in 4th.

Complete your summer wardrobe
at these Attractive Prices.

of PASTELS, PRINTS, and
DARK SHEERS

(including the famous Ellen Kaye and Louise
Mulligan frocks). Sizes 11 to 17 - 12 to 42.

Formerly to $19.95

Detroit .............000 410 000-5
New York ..........203 201 01x-9
Errors: Lawson. Runs batted in:
Selkirk, 4; Malone, York, Powell, 2;
Tebbetts, 2; Poffenberger, Rogell,
Murphy.
Two base hits: Rolfe, Murphy.
Three base hits: Tebbetts, Selkirk.
Home runs: Selkirk, Rogell.
Stolen base: Lazzeri. Double plays:
Rolfe, Lazzeri and Gehrig; Green-
berg, Rogell and Gehringer; Rogell,
eGhringer and Greenberg.
Left on bases: New York, 13; De-
troit, 8. Bases on balls: off Lawson, 3;
Hubbell Victor
As Dizzy Dean
Is Slugged Out
ST.LOUIS, June 27.-(/P)-Crafty
Carl Hubbell, his butterfly curves
fluttering as erratically as ever, tri-
umphed over his arch-rival, Dizzy
Dean, today in pitching the New York
Giants to an 8 to 1 victory over the
St. Louis Cardinals.
A near-record, overflow crowd of,
38,719 was attracted by the Hubbell-
Dean duel, making a total of more
than 120,000 who have witnessed the
two pitchers in their three encounters
so far this year. Hubbell has won
two of them.
The New York left-hander let a
shutout go by the boards when he
permitted Don Padgett to go to sec-
ond unmolested after the Cardinal
rightfielder had singled in the ninth
inning. Joe Medwick followed with
a single for the sixth Cardinal hit
and their only tally.
Mel Ott smashed his 14th and 15th
home runs of the year in leading the
Giants' 10-hit assault on Dean, who
left the game after the sixth inning.

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