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SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 1942

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS:
Rowdy Cardinals Pound Four
Pirate Hurlers For 7-6 Victory

Major League StandingN
AMERICAN LEAGUE

By BOB MANTRO iPhtils, Braves Split
From Associated Press Summaries
The reed-hot St. Louis Cardinals Philadelphia . .111 100 100-5
stayed on the consecutive-victory Boston .......300 000 000-3

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The CRACKER
BARREL
byMIKE ANN
Daui),SportsEditor

Zuppke Lauds
College Stars'
Pep, Condition
Plans- Ne-w Plav Trw TUse,

Yankees, Senators Play Today
For Army, Navy Relief Funds

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path yesterday by nipping the Pitts.-
burgh Pirates 7-6 in a free-and-easy
ball game which saw seven pitchers
parade to the mound.
It was the Cards' eighth straight
victory-pretty good eviaence that
the winner of the four-game series
between the Dodgers and the Cards
next week will probably be National
League champs.
The Cards piled up an early lead
and then sat on it. The Pirates
picked up slowly after a good first
inning but they couldn't quite whit-
tle . down the lead. Klinger, Pirate
hurler, was blasted out in the fourth
inning when the Cards pushed across
two runs, enough to win.
Meanwhile, the Bums kept their
six and one-half game lead intact
when they went New York Yankees
for an afternoon. With Hugh Casey
firing a good steady brand of relief
ball after he took over in the second,
the Dodgers slapped four Giant pitch-
ers silly in pounding out a 10-5 win.
The game was threatened several
times by fisticuffs, all part of an
afternoon's colorful show.
Red Sox Win Two

Johnson and Bragan; Tost,
Donovan and Kluttz.
Philadelphia . .000 010 000-1
Boston .......000 100 001-2

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St. Louis at Detroit (2)
Boston at Philadelphia (2)
Chicago at Cleveland (2)
Washington at New York (2)

Arthur Brisbane. the famous col- . y*1"%GwYxBis m vP
umnist. used to say, "when you run Against Chicago Beame
out of things to write about just pre- . ,a .
diet about things to come." _A__ rd as
This is the last Cracker Barrel un-
til the fall semester and for the life By DAVE 110FF
Associated Press Staff Writer
of us we can't dig up any interesting
material. So, following- Btrisbane's ad- EVANSTON, Ill., Aug. 22 .- "These
vice, we will tell you how we think all-stars," said Head Coach Bob
Michigan's Varsity athletic 'teams Zuppke today, "came here in the best
will end up in the conference stand- of condition-and look at the pep
ofl codiin-n lokatte e

Hughes and Livingston; Tobin and
Masi.
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Cards Nip Bucs, 7-6
Pittsburgh ....210 111 000-6 11 0
St. Louis .....104 200 00x-:7 11 3
Klinger, Wilkie, Gornicki and Lo-
pez; Krist, Pollet, Beazley, Lanier
and W. Cooper.
Cubs Beat Reds, 5-4
Cincinnati .102 100 000 00-4 11 3
Chicago . . .022 000 000 01-5 13 1
Riddle, Thompson and Lamanno;
Fleming, Errickson and McCullough.
* * *
Bums Blast Giants, 1'0-5
New York ....111 010 10- 5 9 4
Brcoklyn .....221 103 1x-10 16 0
McGee, Lohrman, Sunkel, Adams
and Danning; Higbe, Casey and
Owen.
Devil's Thumb Wns
Grand Union Stakes

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Boston ......034 022 000-11 17 0 22 --(A- Devil's Thumb won the
Philadelphia .310 000 100- 5 10 3 Grand Union hotel stakes today and
H. Newsome and Peacock; L. Har- automatically became the bargain
ris and Wagner, Yankowski. colt of the 1941 yearling sales while
* * * Myron Selznick's Can't Wait, a $37
Chicago 3, Indians 1 for $2 shot, triumphed in the Sara-
Chicago. 100 002 000-3 7 2 toga Handicap.
Cleveland .... 000 100 000-1 7 1 Devil's Thumb, purchased by plane
E. Smith and Tresh; Dean, Ken- builder W. E. Boeing for $3,000 it
ndy ndD glongs in 1:12 2/5 to pick upsa check
for $10,625 and hike his earnings to
Washington . .000 000 000-0 3 3 success on the spa strip.
Yanks Nip ANats~ 10 $31,125. It was his fourth straight
New York ....010 000 00x-1 4 0 Twelve other two-year-olds were
Carrasquel and Evans; Borowy and sent to the gate along with the Boe-
Hemsley. ing bullet.
Sunday at the Wolverine
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Guest Price 5 C

New York at Brooklyn (2)
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2)
Philadelphia at Boston
Detroit University Drops
Freshman Football Rule
DETROIT, Aug. 22 -(AP)- The
University of Detroit announced to-
day suspension for the war's dura-
tion of the freshman rule in varsity
football participation, and thus left
only three Michigan schools--Mich-
igan, Michigan State and Michi-
gan Tech-maintaining the one-year
residence provision.
"We were reluctant to suspend the
rule," Athletic Director Charles E.
(Gus) Dorais said, "but most of our
opponents have indicated that they
will use freshmen."
The school will continue to have
varsity and freshmen squads, how-
ever, with first year men moving up
on merit.
University Student
Snares Golf Title
SPRING LAKE, Mich., Aug. 22.
-OP)- Long hitting Sally Sessionsa
of Muskegon, and a University
of Michigan student, captured the'
Spring Lake open golf championship
today by staying near par figures
to defeat Irene Dill, the little giant
killer from Detroit, 5 and 4.
Miss Sessions, who encountered
practically no trouble after posting a
record 73 for medal honors, fired a
36 on the front nine against her
Detroit opponent to take a four-
hole lead. Miss Dill, upset victor in
earlier rounds of State Champion
Marjorie Row of Detroit and defend-
ing champion Mrs. Hunter Robbins
of Spring Lake, was outpowered off
the tee by 20 to 30 yards and finally
yielded on the 14th green.
Miss Dill's putter had kept her in
the running all week, but today she
experienced trouble on the greens.
She had a 40 going out.
Shane, Norris Will Meet
In Michigan Tennis Final
KALAMAZOO, Mich., Aug. 22 -(P)
- Just as most fans had expected,
Marion Shane of Kalamazoo and
Rex Norris of Lansing will meet to-
morrow in the singles final of the
'Michigan closed tennis tournament.
Shane defeated Gene Russell,
Aamtramck, 6-4, 6-3, in a semi-final
today to win his way into the finals
for the fourth straight year while
Norris, his opponent in the finals
for the last three years, eliminated
Bill Culver of Grand Rapids, 6-3, 6-2,
in the other semi-final match.

BASEBALL: Coach Ray Fisher,
has another Big Ten championship
team in the making. The pitching
staff will be one of the best in the
Midwest now that Cliff Wise is back.
Capt. Don Robinson will probably
bat well over .400 to lead his team
to their third straight title.
iASKETBALL: The Maize and
Blue will not be one of the most
feared fives in the league. Headed
by Capt. Jim Mandler the team will
end in third or fourth place and
will compile a winning percentage
against non-conference opponents.
Michigan has a good team on paper
but for some reason or other things
seem to go wrong once the season
gets under way. This year may be
an exception.
SWIMMING: Coach Mike Peppe
of Ohio State will break Michigan's
strangle-hold on the Big Ten title.
The sly Buckeye mentor has assem-
bled some of the greatest stars in
in the nation. And he had to because
Matt Mann always has a fine team.
You can't win every year, Matt, so
don't worry.
TRACK: We honestly don't have
the faintest idea. We don't think
Ken Doherty has either. Michigan
can be a third-rate outfit or it can'
take the title. There are a hundred,
"if's", biggest of which is the Ufer
question. We will take the middle of
the road and pick the Varsity second
in the indoor and first in theoutdoor.
FOOTBALL: The Wolverines will
beat Minnesota for the first time in
eleven years and win the Big Ten
crown.
TENNIS: Leroy Weir has only one
veteran back from his great squad
of last year. Don't expect much this
season. If we are lucky we may take
second. Nobody else is too good in
the Conference so the Wolverines
aren't too bad off.
GOLF: A cinch for Michigan to
cop all laurels. Mainly because of
blazing Ben Smith. Nobody will come
near the Wolverines if there are no
injuries.
HOCK01EY: Coach Eddie Lowrey
has the finest freshman line in his-
tory but eligibility has broken up
any hopes of all three coming back.
At the most, Lowrey may be able
to start one of the boys this winter.
In the goal will be scrappy little
Hank Loud but even this will not
keep Michigan from having a bad,
bad season.
If we picked any one of these
right, you'll read about it. If we
didn't, we promise not to say we
made a mistake.
See you on the 50-yard-line Sep-
tember 26th.
CALIFORNIA ROUNDS UP ALIENS
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 22 --(A)-
A vigorous roundup of enemy aliens
who have been violating the curfew
regulations and countraband restric-
tions was pursued in northern Cali-
fornia today by the FBI and state
and local police. Thirty-eight per-
sons were arrested before noon in
"spot checks" on 35 cities and towns.
This number included 26 Italians and
12 Germans.

they've got. Now in the short time
left we're giving them the plays they
need to arm themselves for the
Bears."
He looked admiringly around at
the mass of talent and strength trot-
ting up and down Northwestern Uni-
versity's Dyche Stadium practice
field, preparing for Friday's game
against the National Football League
champions.
"Sure, we've got new plays for the
Bears," Zuppke declared. "Mostly
they're new variations of old forma-
tions. You can't teach a whole new
system to a bunch of boys in three
weeks."
Fair Job Done
By now it appears the fans who
picked the College All-Star starting
lineup did a pretty fair job, consid-
ering they were in no position to
know whether their favorite would
be in shape to perform.
Of the 11 starters chosen in the
nation-wide balloting, at least five
are also the No. 1 selections of the
coaching staff.
First choice of coaches and fans
alike are guards, Bernie Crimmins, of
Notre Dame and Bob Jeffries of Mis-
souri; tackle, Al Blozis of George-
town,, and halfbacks, Bruce Smith of
Minnesota and Steve Juzwik of Notre
Dame.
Fans Vote 'Em
Others ordered into the starting
lineup by command of the voting fans
are ends, Mal Kutner of Texas and
Charles Ringer of Minnesota; tackle
Jim Daniell of Ohio State; center,
Vince Banonis of Detroit; quarter-
back, Dick Erdlitz of Northwestern
and fullback, Jack Graf of Ohio
State.
But here's what has happened:
Henry Stanton of Arizona and Holt
Rast of Alabama have come along so
fast at the flank positions that it
looks like the greater share of those
duties will fall on thein shoulders.
Alf Bauman, the Northwestern
strong man, may crowd Daniell out
of his tackle berth once the game
gets hot.
Ingalls Goes Good
Vic Linskog, the Stanford boy,.and
Bob Ingalls of Michigan have shown
so much that Banonis may have a
scrap convincing the coaches he
should remain in the lineup.
Tom Farris of Wisconsin, living up
to the faith his college coach, Harry
Stuhldreher, placed in him, is giving
Erdlitz a run for his money at quar-
terback.
Andkpounding Bob Westfall of
Michigan has won favor from the
coaches, periling Graf's plaim on the
fullback position.
JOCKEY'S CONDITION 'FAIR'
CHICAGO, Aug. 22 -(p)- The
condition of Eric Guerin, 17-year-old
jockey from New Orleans, injured at
Washington Park yesterday, remain-
ed fair today. Guerin, the nation's
leading jockey with 161 winners, suf-
fered a brain concussion and a head
cut when his mount, Jump Bid,
stumbled and fell, hurling Guerin
to the ground.

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