SUNDAY, JULY4 194
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Surging Tigers Trim Yanks Twice Beg
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DETROIT, July 3-(/P)-In a hard-
to-believe finish, the Detroit Tigers
overcame a six-run lead in the last
two innings of the nightcap today
to defeat the New York Yankees, 10
to 9, and sweep a double-header from
the once proud champions. Rudy
York's 11th inning homer won the
opener, 6 to 5.
In staging a finish that was strong-
ly reminiscent of their 1940 pennant
days, the Tigers staged a four run
ninth inning rally topped by pinch-
hitter Rip Radcliff's game winning,
single after Henry (Prince) Oana,
Hawaiian pitcher, had belted a three
run homer in the eighth.
The spectacular double triumph
did the following:
1-It extended Detroit's winning
streak to five games, longest in three
2-It moved the Tigers back above
the .500 mark just 22 games behind
3-The amazing comeback in the
nightcap gave Oana, his first major
league pitching victory..
The Tigers rallied in the first game,
too, and long-jawed Johnny Murphy,
Yankee bullpen specialist, was the
loser in both games. In the opener
the Tigers staged a three-run eighth
inning rally to send the game into
extra play. York opened the Tiger
half of the eleventh by driving his
ninth homer of the season into the
lower left field seats. That gave Lefty
Hal Newhouser, who had yielded 10
hits, his sixth victory against five de-
New York .....020 000 030 00-5
Detroit ...........00 110 030 01-6
Chandler, Murphy and Hemsley;
Newhouser and Parsons and New-
New York......... 212 001 340-- 9
Detroit ........... 201 000 034-10
Donald, Murphy, Zuber and Hems-
ley; Henshaw, Oana and Parsons.
Cards Lengthen Lcead
BROOKLYN, July 3-(/P)-Danny
Litwhiler teamed with the Cooper
brothers today to spark the St. Louis
Cardinals to a 5 to 3 victory over the
Brooklyn Dodgers in the first of their
three-game crucial series for the Na-
tional League leadership before
Litwhiler struck out the first two
times at bat, but singled in the
seventh to drive in Lou Klein with
what proved to be the ,winning run.
St. Louis.........020 100 200-5
Brooklyn..........000 001 020-3
Worm Turns -Twice
NEW YORK, July 3.-(1P)-After
losing two in a row to the St. Louis
Cardinals, the last place Giants
bounced back today to sweep a double
neaaer irom tne umin
7 to 3 and 2 to 1.
Cincinnati ... 100 000
New York , .. ..100 201
Cincinnati ... 001 000
New York .... 020 000
Like Ole Times
Boston 12, Cleveland 4
Chicago 6, Philadelphia 4
Washington 6, St. Louis 4
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BOSTON, July 3--P)-The Boston
Braves lost their sixth game in a
row today as the Pittsburgh Pirates
took the first game of the series, 10
to 1, on 17 hits.
Pittsburgh 401 000 041-10 17 0
Boston 100 000 000- 1 7 3
Cubs Win Again
PHILADELPHIA, July 3.-(/P)-
The Chicago Cubs made it five vic-
tories in a row. today, beating Phila-
delphia, 6 to 1 with Henry Wyse lim-
iting the Phillies to six scattered hits
to win his first game of the season
against three defeats.
Pirate urler ,
DETROIT. July 3.--UP)-('-Someone
always is tormenting the Detroit Ti-
gers, it seems, as a good pitcher who
Right now it is Truett Banks Sew-'
ell, whose 11 victories this season for
the Pittsburgh Pirates is unmatched
in the major leagues. At other times
the ghost over Briggs Stadium has
been King Carl Hubbell, Whitlow
Wyatt, Claude Passeau and your
old friend, Bobo Newsom.
All these and more were once prop-
erty of the "Tigers. By actual count
there are no fewer than a dozen ex-
Tiger hurlers on other big league
clubs. Fortunately for the Tigers,
most of these are in the National
League where they can do Tiger
pennant affairs no harm.
The big man in the Tiger alumni
club is Rip Sewell, lanky righthander
who has a good slider and a decep-
tive slowball that is known as the
dewdrop pitch. With this, and good
pitching sense he has acquired in
more than a decade in the game,
Sewell has become the game's big
Chop Chop Upset Vietor
NEW YORK, July 3.-(AP)--Chop
Chop, a little horse who managed to
blow ten length lead in his last out-
ing, oday won the Empire City
Handicap and picked up a $19,350
pay check-which is roughly about
four times what he's worth on the
After Twin Vietory
DETROIT, July 3.-U-- (R)- In the
last couple of seasons, the Detroit
Tiger clubhouse has been quite a
solemn place, but back slapping
scenes returned today after the Ti-
gers had whipped the New York
"Say, that's just like 1940," shout-
ed the usually reserved 'T'ommy
Bridges. "Nice going, Ripper," heI
called to Radcliff, and then ihe
turned to York:
"That's the way to hit 'em Rudy."
"I've never seen a rally to top our
seven runs in two innings," said Vir-
gil Trucks. "You have to see one
like that to believe it."
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MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS '
By The Associated Press
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~iadgcc iars ' cicjtt
What are left of Michigan's grid-
men may begin initial workouts about
July 19, but Coach Wlitz Crisler,
'romising an early start, still is de-
f'er'ing a final decision.
Hot-weather work in in prospect
Because the oaci 1 t5af.f wants a
look at canidats1; early and because
of shifted acacm-iic cslheduzles. Some
1,300 Navy tmirees aor expected to
fuinish much of t.he material for'
Only dribbles of the Navy group
have arrived hi es fur gind no namrfeI
Playerbs have !;c' spotted yet. But a
group of Marine tr aiees includes
Quarterback caick Wink, Fullback El-
roy HIrsch and Center Fred Negus,
all from Wisconsin.
Captain "Whizze" White of the I
Michigan team will be back, eligible
to play while in Marine training'.
n..obby Stenberg.aMaie Bob Weise(
and Merv Pregulmian, Nav trainees,
will also be back.
While the Arnyesterday indi-
cated that it I a; not prolibited its
men from e .tiui. intcreollialatle
athletics,.stiff academic programs
seem to preclude 'Iieir playing.
Meanwhile. ti' Front office is pre-
paring for adv:ce ticket sales at
the late IH lairy 'ill v otson's ticket
duties are bein shared by Andrew
Baker, general manager, and Prrel
Do Lano, publicity director.
AUBURN, Ala~, July 3. -(1')- Ala-
bama. Polytechnic is titute, long a
football power of te deep south,'
abandoned intercollegiate athletics
today for the duration.
PHHLADELPHIA, July 3.- t/T-
A double-barreled blast at the Na-
tional League's president and its
all-star game was fired today by
William D. Cox, owner of the Phil-
lies, and Si Johnson, his leading
Cox issued a statement sayig.
"We have no confidence that the
rule book is the backbone of base-
bail law. It is merclV a vehicle to
be interpreted at the whin of tle
president of the Nationai League.
"The Philadelphia club vll
make no further protests iin writ-
ing and answer no protests made
against the club. 'We have no
faith 'vliatever in any decision
coming from the League office
Johnson rejected his assignment
as batting practice pitcher in the
League's all-star game in a formal,
but heavily sarcastic, note to the
League president, Ford Frick. It
''Mr. Silas K. Johnson regrets
that he will be unable to attend
your bunting and throwing party
on July 13."
Johnson, who felt the assign-
ment was a slur on his 'recorld,
which so far this season is bettei.
than those Hof six of the seven
pitchers selected for actual parti-
cipation in the game, said he con-
ferred with Cox before sending the
EVANSTON, I1., July 3---(' --Hal
Davis. California 's great sprinter, re-
tains his two places on the All-Amer-
ican college track and field team,
the only one of last year's double-
event preformers to do so on the
1943 team, announced today by the!
National Collegiate Athletic Associa -
tion Track Rules Committee.I
Bob Ufer of Michigan was named
to tee half-mile spot in a surprise
com mniitee move. He usually runs the
The All-American team included'
42 men from 27 schools, with the Big
en and Pacific Coast Conferencej
each h-aving seven athletes honored.
Huee s the 1943 team:
1 t yard dash -- Hal Davis, Cali-
fornia; Jack Trout, Southern Cali-,
forni ; James Metcalf, Oklahoma
22t yard dash--Davis, California;
IHarey, Kelsey, Princeton; Joe Shy,
120 yard high hurdles--William
Cummins, Rice; Ralph Tate, Okla-
homa Aggies; Douglas Jacques,
221 yard low hurdles-Cummins,
1-R ice: James Fieweger, Lawrence;
Mauri(c, Alexander, Missouri.
yt vzr- dash-Cliff Bourland,
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Southern California: Robert Kelley,
Illinois; Jolin Fulton, Stanford.
880yar run- osep owicki,
Fordhiam; R~obert U~ier, Miclhiganz;
Ralph Pohiand, Minnesota.
One mile run- -Donald Burnham,
Dartmouth.; Fred Dixon. New York
U; Ralph Dewey, California.
Two nie rur - Jerry Thompson,
Texas; 011ic Hunter, Notre Dame;
Clarence Dunn. Iiline is.
Shot puat- Eumer Aus-uieker, Mis-
solui; Bernard Mayer', Nw York U;
James Delaney, Notre :Dame.
Discus-Howard Debut. Nebraska;
Fortune. Gordie. Minnesota; Rich-
ard Yantis, Washington.
Javelin:George Gast, Iowa State;
Debus, Nebraska; John Henderson,
Hammer throw-William Fisher,
Harvard; Re bert l)odge, Maine;
Duke Kent Colorado Aggies.
High dump-Pete Watkins, Texas
Avgies; Fred SIeffield, Utah; Wil-
lard Fulton. Stanford.
Pole vault--Richmond Marcum,
New Hampshire; . Jack De Field,
Minnesota; Billy Moore, Drake.
Broad jump-Billy Chiistopher,
Rice; Tate, Oklahoma Aggies; Dallas
Dupre, Ohio State.
New York .....,.
Detroit 6-10, New York 5-9 (irst
game, 11 innings)
Chicago 6, Philadelphia 4.
Boston 12, Cleveland 4
Washington 6, St. Louis 4
Ne\v York at Detroit (2)
Washington at St. Louis (2)
Boston at Cleveland (2)
Philadelphia at Chicago (2)
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New York 7-2, Cincinnati 3-1
Chicago 6, Philadelphia 1
Pittsburgh 10, Boston 1
St. Louis 5, Brooklyn 3
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Chicago at Philadelphia (2
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