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THE MICIG~AN DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1940

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SATURDas.aUGUST 10.V V 1940;

Detroit Loses

Have A Ghost Of A Chance For Success

To White

Sox

In Close Game
Chicago Takes Error-Filled
Game In Final Frame
With Score Of 3 To 2
CHICAGO, Aug. 9-P)--The pesky
White Sox defeated the high-flying
Detroit Tigers tonight, 3 to 2, when
Mike Kreevich doubled home the
winning run in the ninth inning be-
fore 36,713 spectators.
Going into the last half of the
ninth with the score tied at two-all,
southpaw Ed Smith, who had pitched
superb ball all the way, opened with
a single off Frank Metha's glove.
Skeeter Webb put him on second
with a sacrifice and then Kreevich
doubled down the third base line
for the deciding run.
All other runs of the game were
unearned.
Allowed Five Hits
Smith gave up only five hits and
struck out 11 batters for his ninth
victory of the season. The Tigers'
two runs came in the seventh. Frank
Higgins opened with a single and
Birdie Tebbetts survived when Bob
Kennedy muffed an easy double play
ball.
Metha advanced both runners.
Tuck Stainback, batting for starting
pitcher Dizzy Trout, reached first
on a fielder's choice, Higgins scoring
when Kennedy's throw failed to catch
him at the plate. Dick Bartell 'scored
Tebbetts with a double to center.
First Run In Fifth
The Sox got their first run in the
fifth when Kreevich lived on Bar-
tell's error ard scored on Joe Kuhel's
double to right field. In the sixth,
the Sax added their second marker
on Taft" Wright's single, Trout's er-
ror on Larry Rosenthal's bunt and
Tresh's single to center.1
The victory was the first for the
White Sox in five night home games.

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Duke And Duchess Of Windsor
'Plan To Visit United States Soon

HAMILTON, Bermuda, Aug. 9.-
(P)-The Duke of Windsor, recalling
that the Woolworth Building was the
tallest building in New York on his
last visit, said today he would go
back soon with his American-born
Duchess to see ;the sights.
Both the Duke and Duchess talked
enthusiastically of their prospective
visit to the United States, but did

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after the Duke moves on to the Ba-
hamas and gets acquainted with his
new post as governor there.
"The Duchess, hasn't been to the
United States for eight years and I
haven't been for 16 years, so it's cer-
tainly ti m we went," the Duke ob-
served. "The last time I was there
the Woolworth building was the high-
est in New York-that rather dates
me."
The Duchess said she was anxious
to go back to see the homefolks and
that she was "excited" at being so
close to home as Bermuda, adding:
"You can imagine how thrilling
it is."
The royal couple, at .their first
interview since arriving yesterday
aboard the American Export liner
Excalibur, constantly switched the
subject to American topics. With
American informality, they swapped
small talk but steered clear of offic-
ial topics. There was no hint when
they might go to the Bahamas.

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Friday's Results:
New York 2, Philadelphia 0
Washington 6, Boston 5
Chicago 3, Detroit 2
St. Louis 4, Cleveland 3
Saturday's Games:
Detroit at Chicago (2)
Cleveland at St. Louis (2)
Boston at' Washington
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New York at Philadelphia
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