JULY 30, 194'
THE MICHIGAN. DAILY
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MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS:
Junior Circuit Play Highlighted
By Three High-Scoring Games
By HALE CHAMPION
From Associated Press Summaries
Real slugging duels of the type
that has been strangely absent from
the American League this season
broke. out yesterday as if to make
up for lost time.
Number one on the list was the
ten-inning struggle at Cleveland
where the Indians squeezed out a
7-6 win on Stormy Weatherly's drive
with the bases loaded. It brought the
Indians within a game of second
St. Louis whose rapid climb for a
while threatened to sweep the
Brownies into second place seems to
have subsided somewhat, and the
seventh-place Senators took their
second straight from the ex-ram-
Final proof that the 1942 ball is
not as dead as some hitters claim
was the 12-7 victory of the Detroit
Tigers over the Philadelphia Ath-
letics. When the weak-sticking Tigers
get 13 hits the ball isn't dead.
Tigers 12, A's 7
Philadelphia .200 00 032- 7 9 2
Detroit ......001 012 80x-12 13 5
Christopher, Shirley (7), Savage
(8) and Wagner; Trucks and Teb-
Indians 7, flosox 6:
Boston ....002 002 110 00-6 10 2
Cleveland .004 001 01 0 01-7 9 0
Chase, Brown (7), Ryba (8), Terry
(11) and Conroy, Peacock (8); Dean,
Kennedy (7), Ferrick (8), Embree (9)
and Hegan, Desautels (8), Denning
* * *
Senators 11, Browns 10
Washington .121 011 104-11 20 11
St. Louis ... .110 201 410-10 13 0
Masterson, Trotter (5), Zuber (7),'
Hudson (9) and Early, Evans (9);c
Auker, Ferrens (3), Sundra (7), Hol-
lingsworth (9), Galehouse (9), Mun-
crief (9) and Ferrell.1
Boston, Buccos Divide
Pittsburgh . . . .000 000 012-3 10 2
BostonI.......000 000 000-0 5 2
Sewell and Phelps, Lopez: Javery,
Donovan (9) and Kluttz.
Pittsburgh ....000 302 000-5 8 2
Boston .......020 100 21x-6 10 1
Heintzelman, Klinger (6) and Lo-
pez; Tobin and Masi.
* * *
Cubs, Giaints Split
Chicago ......200 000 200-4 7 1
New York ... .010 000 010-2 10 1
Bithorn and McCullough; Mungo,
Feldman (8) and Mancuso, Danning.
Chicago......001 000 000-1 9 0
New York . . . .001 000 11x-3 9 0
Fleming and Scheffing; Lohrman
New York . .005 000 000 00-5 10 1
Chicago . . .101 000 012 01-6 10 0
Donald. Murphy (9) and Hemsley;
lioss, Dietrich (4), Haynes (10) and
Turner, G. Dickey (10).
To Breeze 'Em
Past Old Mates
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, July 29-Since it is
no trade secret that the Giants and
Dodgers wish each other nothing
more than afew broken bones at
best, it comes as somewhat of a sur-
prise to learn that the New Yorkers
are about to cash in on a pitching
arm which their old Flatbush feuding
pardners paid plenty to repair.
This soupbone is hung on the right
shoulder of Van Lingle Mungo, the
bad man from South Carolina. It
has been the pride and joy of Page-
land for years. Now the Giants have
dusted it off and brought it back to
the Big Leagues from Minneapolis
in the hope there's enough lefttof
the old fireball to put them in the
National League pennant parade
down the stretch.
At Minneapolis, Van Lingle won a
neat total of 11 games in a manner}
which even led sweet William Terry.
who never was one of the bad man's
sincerest boosters, to suggest he
might prove'a cure-all to the Giant's
ailing elbow staff.
Manager Mel Ott put him in to
pitch the first half of today's twin
bill with the Cubs, and the hero of
the battle of Havana still showed
considerable "swift" on his fast one
and a slow curve that the batters
definitely did not prescribe for their
Although Mungo was beaten, it
wasn't his fault as much as the leaks
in the fielding behind him and a
practically invisible batting attack onr
the part of his mates. He gave upE
seven hits in seven innings and fan-
ned four, including two third strikes
that he curved right by the suppos-
edly dangerous Clyde McCullough. C
Stylist Byron Nelson Triumphs A gain
M Ah 3
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Byron Nelson (left) proved his right to consideration as one of
golf's great medal players last week-end as he put together four great
rounds to take his second consecutive Tam O'Shanter Open crown.
Carding a 67 in a playoff with Clayton Heafner (right), he won $2,500
first prize money and took his place along with Ben Hogan as golf's
most consistent player.
Major Leagrue Standings
F & C Students
Fire 21 Hours
Special to The Daily
CAMP FILBERT ROTH, July 25-
Marking the first occasion in several
seasons that our camp has been called
upon for all available manpower- -the
following account is given by Eugene
Evancoe: "On Saturday afternoon
at 4 p.m. July 11. the Forest Ser-
vice truck came rushing into camnp.
siren going full blast. Most of the
fellows were getting slicked up for the
evening. It only took a few minutes
and they were on the equipment-
loaded truck, bound for the forest
"Where the fire wash nobody knew
but in an hour Michigan Foresters
were constructing fire lines, using
water tanks, shovels, water hoses.
Ne were the first crew to start fight-
tug and a big job was at hand. after
a while we found that our 1o4ation
was near Kenton and the fire was
on property of a private timber owner.
"Men began pouring into the fire
location in trucks from all sies. The
fire was spreading fast. Some men
came from as far as 65 miles, in-
cluding Ironwood, and numbered
about 300 before many hours were
past. All night we worked steadily,
gaining control of the blaze early the
next morning. Altogether our gang
spent 21 hours at the fire.
Forest Service officers in charge
of the fire commended the boys for
their cooperation in bringing the fire
336 So. State
New York ....020
Wade, Smith (7)
003 000-5 10 1
012 00x-7 10 0
(3) and Rosar;
and Tresh, Dic-
St. Louis.......100 000 2-3 9 1
Brooklyn .......001 210 0-4 6 0
M. Cooper, White and W. Cooper;
Wyatt and Owen.
Native Of India To Speak
At Newman Club Today
At a social meeting of the Newman
Club this evening Mrs. Francesca
Thivi, a graduate student at the
University and a native of India, will
address the gathering on the sub-
ject of present day events in her
The meeting will be held from 7:30
to 11 p.m. in the basement of St.
Mary's Student Chapel.
New York .......67
St. Louis ........52
Philadelphia . ... 40
St. Louis .......60
New York .......52
Philadelphia ... .27
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LOST and FOUND
LOST: 8" by 5" gray Spiral note-
book. Notes on Combs. Reward.
Dorothy Longwell, Stockwell. 23
LOST-Tan gabardine jacket in vi-
cinity of South Ferry Field Thurs-
day. Reward. Finder call 2-2565.
GREEN PARKER PEN lost on or
near campus Wednesday afternoon.
Pen initialed J.P.H. Reward. Call
LOST-Gold watch with Phi Beta
Kappa key last week, probably in
Intramural Bldg. Liberal reward.
Telephone 5089. 26
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
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Philadelphia at Detroit (2)
Boston at Cleveland
Washington at St. Louis
Only games scheduled
Chicago at Brooklyn (twilight)
Pittsburgh at Boston
Cincinnati at Phila. (night)
Only games scheduled
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