U1D.AUGUST 13,T1944.HE MIiCHIGAN DAILY
Bob Westf all Signs
Michigan A Il-American
Joins Dora is Backfield
Decision To Play Clarifies Football Situation;
Leaves Unsolved Question of Big Ten Rules
By BILL MULLENDORE
Bob Wes4all, former Michigan All-American fullback and member
of the famed Harmon-Evashevski-Westfall trio which scourged the West-
ern Conference three years ago, has decided to play pro football with the
Detroit Lions, thus ending the speculation as to whether he might once
again be in the Wolverine backfield this fall.
Lion coach, Gus Dorais, announced yesterday that the chunky spin-
ning back had come to terms and signed a contract yesterday afternoon,
terminating the controversy not only as to whether he would play for r
Michigan but also as to his eligibility under Big Ten wartime rules.
Even since Michigan's summer football practice got underway, rumors
have been flying around the Wolverine grid camp about Westfall's status,
and last week a vote of Conference coaches was underway to determine his
eligibility because of his previous three years of competition and his civilian A COUPLE
status. It is understood that the vote will be taken anyway as a ruling burg, S. C.
on possible similar cases. Youngstow
Westfall terminated his grid
career at Michigan in 1941 and
entered the Army Air Corps, after
achieving universal All-America-
recognition. After a short stay in
the Air Corps, he was transferred
totheyRadio Corps where he suffer-
ed a fall from a horse and conse-
quently received a medical dis-
During the summer Westfall has
been working in a war plant. He
has kept in close touch with both
Wolverine Coach H. 0. Crisler and
the Lion organization and at one,
time said that he would not play pro
football. Crisler was not available
for comment on Westfall's decision.r
"Bullet Bob" starred at Ann Ar-
bor High School for several seasons
before enrolling at Michigan and
then proceeded to demonstrate his
ability as one of the finest spinning'
fullbacks in the country. For two of
his three seasons of collegiate com-
petition he teamed with Tom Har-
mon in one of the greatest of all
As a running mate to Harmon,
Westfall was somewhat over-
shadowed and it was not until
"Terrible Tommy" graduated that
Westfall came into his own and
garnered the coveted All-America
award, being named by both Col-
lier's and the Associated Press.
Many observers felt that Westfall
did much to make Harmon great
by setting the stage for the Gary
Ghost's off-tackle slants.
ville, Ind., ;
Aug. 30 at
E OF BEARS-Connie Mack Berry (on ground), Spartans-
, a former North Carolina State end, and Fred Mundee, of
n, Ohio, former Notre Dame gridman, warm up at College-
as the Chicago Bears get set to play the College All-Stars
u nin Hits Two Homers
Browns Trin Yanks, 8-3
Fries, Church, Kogen,
Kessler and Pulford
Are Wolverine Entrants
Five members of Michigan's 1943-'
44 swimming team will be among the
members of Wolverine swimming
coach Matt Mann's squad competing
in the A.A.U. national outdoor swim-
ming championships to be held Aug.
24-27 at Great Lakes, Ill.
Mann has entered Charlie Fries,
Mert Church, Gordon Pulford and
Bill Kogen, freestylers, and breast-
stroker Heini Kessler in the meet as
well ash.,several of his youthful pro-
teges from Camp Chikopi in Ontario
which the Wolverine tank mentor
Kogen is entered in the 100, 200
and 400 meter freestyle events, Fries
in the 100 meter distance, and Kess-
ler in his specialty, the breaststroke.
Kogen and Fries will also team with
Church and Pulford in the 800 meter
Among the entries from Camp
Chikopi is Mann's son,, Matt Mann
III, one of the finest young swim-
mers in the state. The younger Mann
seems destined to follow in the foot-
steps of his illustrious father who
once was the British Isles champion.
Other entries in the meet include
freestyler Jerry Kerschner, formerly
of the Great Lakes squad which
twice defeated the Wolverines in
dual meets last winter and swept to
the indoor A.A.U. crown. Kerschner
is now swimming for the Bunker Hill
Naval Air Station.
The five Michigan swimmers were
key men in the Wolverine's triumph
in the Western Conference meet last
season and in the heart-breaking
done-point loss to Yale in the National
Tigers Take Ninth Straioht Game
By Outscoring Washington, 12-5
WASHINGTON, Aug. 12-(AP)-
Hammering two Washington pitch-
ers for 12 hits, the Detroit Tigers
tonight walloped the Senators, 12 to
5 to win their ninth straight game
and a sweep of the four-game series
with the Nationals.
The Tigers have piled up their
longest winning streak in five years
-they won nine straight in 1939-
but they haven't yet approached
their 14-game victory strings of 1934
The Tigers nicked Alex Carrasquel
and Bill Lefebvre for 12 safeties, in-
cluding an inside-the-park home run
by Roger Cramer, while Ruffus
Gentry and Johnny Gorsica were
touched for nine hits. "Gentry went
five innings, giving way to Gorsica
in the sixth.
The Senators started the game like
a whirlwind, driving four runs
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NEW YORK, Aug. 12.-()-The
St. Louis Browns made it three out
of four from the New York Yankees
today and their 11th out of their last
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George McQuinn pacedathe league-
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to drive in five runs. Each of his
round. trippers, one in the first frame
and the other in the ninth, came
with one man on base.
Jack Kramer went the distance for
the Browns, scattering light hits, for
his 12th. victory against 10 defeats.
The Browns got two quick runs-
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A's Edge Out Tribe, 4-3
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 12. - (R) -
Confusion in the Cleveland outfield
gave the Philadelphia Athletics a 4
to 3 victory and an even split with
the Indians in the windup of their
four-game series here today before
With two out and Ford Garrison
on first in the fifth inning; Frank
Hayes hit a long fly to left. Oris'
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between them for a double, with Gar-
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to score two more runs in the inning.
Bosox Whip Chicago, 5-41
BOSTON, Aug. 12. }(P)-Jim Ta-
bor's eighth inning home run, his
ninth of the season, today gave the
Boston Red Sox a 5 to 4 victory over
The score was tied 4-4 and one
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Bucs Blank Giants, 8-0
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Giants 8-0 today as Max Butcher,
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the series, four to one.
Bill Voiselle, who defeated the
Prates in the opener, gave up 13 hits
in the seven innings that he worked,
to be charged with his 13th loss. He
has won 14.
The Pirates produced three runs
on as many hits plus a pair of walks
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