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PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1938

Argonne Forest? St. Mihiel? No, It's American Army Maneuvers

Yanks Nip Nationals 12-i In
Weird Ten-Inning Ball Game
York Clouts Homer But ky's fifteenth home run of the year,
Baker Has Trouble With gave the Cleveland Indians a 9 to 6
win over the St. Louis Browns today.
Hurlers As Tigers Lose Billy Sullivan hit for the circuit in
the second before the Browns knocked
NEW YORK, Aug. lO-U P)-Theout Johnny Allen.
Yankees nipped the Washington Na-
tionals 12 to 11 today in a wierd game Bees Take ( ints
that sent 8.100 fans home after ten BOSTON, Aug. 10-1P)-The weak-
innings and three hours of action hitting Boston Bees exploded a 16-hit
wondering just what sport the two attack off five pitchers today to wal-
clubs were playing. lop the New York Giants 8 to 2.
Harry Kelley, fourth Nats' pitcher, Dick Errickson, although tagged for
walked Joe Glenn with two out andI 11 Giant hits, was effective in the
the bases loaded in the tenth inning pinches in chalking up his second win
to force in the winning run. Johnny of the season. The Giants left 13 run-
Murphy, third Yankee pitcher, en- ners stranded on the bags.
tered the game in the seventh and Cliff Melton, stringbean southpaw,
took credit for his eighth win of the lasted just through the first innng
year against one defeat. and was charged with the defeat
The Yanks collected 13 hits, the when the Bees reached him for three
Nats 14. The Yanks had two homers runs in the opening frame.
-by Joe Gordon and Red Rolfe. The cards Down Bucs
Senators had three round-trippers- PITTSBURGH, Aug. 10-(iP)-Lon
by George Case, Al Simmons and
Buddy Lewis. Case's four-bagger, com- Warneke rationed the ravenous Pitts-
ing in the eighth, tied the score andPirates on four hts for seven
sent the game into overtime. innings today to give the St. Louis
Eight errors were committed afield, Cardinals a 5 to 0 triumph when rain
five by the Nats and three of those halted the first game of a scheduled
five by Buddy Lewis. Sixteen bases on doubleheader,
balls were issued during the contest. Backed by Warneke's air-tight art-
It was that kind of a ball game. istry which allowed only six Pirates
to get on base and none to pass sec-
Pitcher Trouble ond, the Cardinals clambered all over
CHICAGO, Aug. i0-(P)-Rudy rookie Bob Klinger, a former St. Louis
York hit his second home run in as farmhand now nursing a sore arm.
many days today but the Chicago A's Beat Red Sox
White Sox pummelled three Detroit PHILADELPHIA,' Aug. 10-(P)-
pitchers and then put down a late Sam Chapman celebrated his return
rally to win, 8 to 7. The defeat was to the Athletics' lineup with a home
the first for the Tigers since Del run in the sixth with Bob Johnson
Baker took over as manager.I on base to give the Athletics 'a 5-3
The White Sox shelled Elden Auk- victory over the Red Sox today. He
er off the mound in the fourth in- had been benched several days ago
nling after he had yielded 11 hits, in- because he wasn't hitting.,
cluding Gerald Walker's tenth home reThe he ade sevnh
run in the first inning with one as many as oston, but the home
aboard. team hit when it counted. Earl Bruck-
The Tigersbgot to Thornton Lee er's third-inning double cleared the
for 10 hits before they drove him ;ticks to score the Athletics' first
from the box in the eighth, York's three runs.
24th homer of the season being largely threruns._
responsible for Lee's taking an early
shower. He probably enjoyed it, how- FIVE TEAMS LEFT
ever. The game was played in 95 de- ST. LOUIS, Aug. 10.-- P) -Five
gree temperature. teams-St. Louis, Baltimore, Detroit,
New Vbrk and Washington-remained
Indians Wi in the running tonight for the 28th
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 10-UP)-A-,ninth annual Union Printers International
inning rally, climaxed with Hal Tros- , Baseball Championship.

"Blue" Army soldiers of the American Regular Army are pictured here defending Cheyenne, Wyo., from a "Red" army contingent advancing from
Laramie. The games were complete with masks, wire entanglements, tanks, cavalry, and the other implements of modern warfare. Other contingents
of the army, as well as several units of National Guard troops are conducting similar games in Georgia.

IN THIS CORNER
By MEL FINEBERG-
ame Size Hat ..oreign surroundings with the travel-
tame ize at..ing A.A.U. track team in Germany. In
At least Johnny Vander Meer has two meets he has won the shot put
ot allowed the hot wine of success twice (both times with puts of bet-+
o run full blast into his head and ter than 51 feet), high jumped bet-;
reate a balloon-like shape there. It ter than six feet for a second and
eems that the citizenry of Midland took a third in the broad jump.
ark (in New Jersey) was so im-
ressed by their local son's double L'Affaire Cochrane . . .
o-hit performance that it wanted to'
rect a permanent memorial to his Sports writers all over the country
memory. The memorial was to be a 4re teeing off on Owner Briggs for
all park named in his honor. his releasing of Mickey Cochrane.
The park would east about Cochrane was popular all over the
eight or ten thousand dollars but country and the sports writers are
the young hero but his foot, down. responding loyally.
Said their boy Johnny, "No John Kieran, sports editor of
soap." Vandy didn't want to be the New York Times, says "If it
pointed out as the guy who kept were possible to manufacture an
the tax rate up 30 or 40 points, ideal figure for the game, what
The negligible'effect of his sudden would they add to it beyond the
ise to fame on Vander Meer's hat- qualities possessed by the fellow
and is more than refreshing. Most who was fired out of the Detroit
ids who experienced half of his dugout the other day? But what-
ieteoric climb would 1ractically de- ever happens to him .. . G. Stan-
nand that their home town show ley Cochrane might as well know
ome appreciation of what he did for that his place in this corner pis
. But Vander Meer won't be re- not subject to referendum or re-
ponsible for a tax rate rise in his call. He's still tops.
>wn. Opposing batters have been L. C. Davis of the St. Louis Post
omplaining that he used the same Dispatch had a poem entitled "There
hilosophy in pitching. He refuses Goes Mickey." It went:
o be responsible for any rise in the "The rumble of tumbrel is heard
atting rate of opposition batsmen. in the land,
* * * For new heads the proprietors
There is a 19-year old youngster shop;
own in the Alabama-Florida League Mike Cochrane was given the
rho is doing right well as a pitcher. runaround and
'itching for the Andalusia club he His head in the basket went
as struck out 350 batters in 230 in- "plop."
ings. Not very good poetry but it ex-
So far he has won 22 games presses a majority of the baseball
and has lost but four. He has ( world's sentiment.
two no-hit games (not in succes-
sion) and seven shutouts besides{ FIGHT POSTPONED
The record for strikeouts in one POLO GROUNDS, N.Y., Aug. 10.-
ear belongs to Charlie (Hoss) Rad- )--Deluged by a sudden downpour
ourne who pushed a third strike of rain, the Henry Armstrong-Lou
ast 411 batters back in 1884. At Ambers lightweight title fight to-
hat time Radbourne was hurling for night was postponed until next Wed-
rovidence in the National League nesday night, when it will be held in
nd won 60 games. Madison Square Garden.
Oh yes, the kid's name is Virgil
(Fire) 'Trucks and if you stick ^ lM RR L
around Ann Arbor and vicinity *.D*M
(mostly vicinity) for the next few 314 S. State St.
yea^t you might get a look at
the young fireball artist. He's the Typewriters, Stationery,
property of the Detroit Tigers Student and Office Supplies
who are famous for their firing Since 1908 Phone 6615
of Mickey Cochrane. And he re- - -

Fitzgerald Advises
1935 Fiscal Policy
MILAN, Mich., Aug. 10-(P)-For-
mer Governor Frank D. Fitzgerald,
candidate for the Republican nomi-
nation for Governor, said in an ad-
dress here today that the state must
adopt "a sound fiscal management"
if the school system is to be sup-
ported properly.
"Only by restoring the type of gov-
ernment we had in 1935 and 1936,
when we balanced the budget u
adopted a sound fiscal policy, can
the school budget of $47,000,00 be
met," Fitzgerald said.

Toy Charges 'Coddling'
By State Results In Dole
SAGINAW, Mich, Aug. 10-(p)-
Harry S. Toy, Republican candidate
for Gubernatorial n o m i n a t i o n,'
charged in a speech here tonight that
"coddling" by the present State ad-
ministration had brought about un-
employment and the dole.
"The people of this State know
j that had it not been for our present
f Governor's failure to enforce law and
order the wheels of industry would
now be turning smoothly."
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