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T~rL-RS'Y, AUGUS$T 7, 1947

THE MICHIGAN RAITL1x

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SPORT SCRAPBOOK'
By IRWIN ZUCKER
WHEN BILL DUDLEY signed a contract yesterday with the Detroit
Lions in a player transaction with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the
Steelers gained the right to deal with two backfield stars of last year's
Michigan football team-Paul White and Bob Chappuis . . . White,
who captained the 1943 Wolverine gridders and returned from the
Marines to win his fourth college letter last fall, will join the Steelers
shortly if he doesn't accept a coaching post offered him by an East-
ern school ... but Chappuis, holder of the Western Conference record
for total offensive in a single season, still has a season of eligibility left
with the Wolverines.
Most of the nation's swimming coaches believe that the U.S.
Olympic diving and swimming squad will be the best this nation
ever boasted .. . Michigan's Matt Mann, however, doesn't think
the team will be better than others but added "there will be more
of us." . .. Wolverine mermen--Harry Holiday, Matt Mann III,
Bob Sohl, and Dick Weinberg--will probably make the Olympic
squad.
The 500 athletes who will carry America's colors to the 1948 Olym-
pics will have the best food, transportation and housing despite post-
war shortages ... A new salute for participants in the Olympic Games
has been announced. Athletes will now give a sharp turn of the-
head to the right, as in "eyes right," when passing in review . . .The
salute replaces the ancient Olympic gesture of raising the right arm
with hand oustretched-currentl yin disfavor for obvious reasons.

TigersWin Two, Move into Second;
Brooks Lose; Cardinals Trip Reds

AP Sportflashes
CHICAGO, Aug. 6 -)-- Mike on a pretty good show himself
Peppe, whose Ohio State Univer- today as he captured the sub-small

By The Associated Press
Sweeping both ends of a double-
header from the Cleveland In-
dians, 13 to 6 and 7 to 5, the De-
troit Tigers vaulted ahead of the
Boston Red Sox into second place
in the American League today as
Bob Feller failed in a try for his
14th victory.
A's Rookie Wins
Bill McCahan, promising rook-
ie righthander of Athletics limit-
ed the New York Yankees to five
hits today in pitching the A's to
5-3 conquest over the American
League leaders. Two of the blows
yielded by McCahan were home
runs by Al Clark and Billy John-
son which accounted for all of the
Yankee' runs.
Boston's Earl Johnson and Mic-
key Harris restricted Washington
to a brace of infield hits, but the
Senators produced an unearned
run in the first inning and Mic-
key Haefner made it good to beat
the Red Sox, 1-0.
Brownies Bow
The White Sox bunched five
hits in the second inning off Bob
Muncrief and scored as many runs
in defeating the St. Louis Browns,
7-3.
* * * .
The Braves handed the Brook-
lyn Dodgerstheir second defeat in
as many nights beating the Na-
tional League leaders 7-3 behind
Lefty Warren Spahn who won his
14th victory. Biggest blow for the

This summers's extensive intramural has been highly success-
ful, thanks to a well-organized staff headed by Howie Leibee ...
Chuck Dailey, who handled the softball program, will leave Ann
Arbor this month to take over his new duties as boxing coach at
Oregon State College ... and Axel Bungaard, the tall gent who
directed the intramural tennis and badminton tourneys, will re-
ceive an assistant professorship in the physical training depart-
ment at Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. He will serve as as-
sistant football coach there this fall, in addition to subsequent du-
ties as head basketball and track mentor.

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Michigan All-American gu a rd
stricken by tuberculosis in 1942,
is making a comeback by passing
on his knowledge of athletics to
youngsters at the University Fresh
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Two Years in Hospital
All-American in his sophomore
year at the University, Franks
contracted tuberculosis and spent
more than two years in the Uni-
versity Hospital. After dismissal
from the Hospital, he was determ-
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studying while flat on his back,
for he was required to rest in bed
during the hours he was not ac-
tually in class.
Gave Up Dentistry
Last June, Julie received a
Bachelor of Arts degree from the
University. He gave up his plans
to go on to take a degree in dent-
istry because his doctors told him
his health would not permit him
to stand on his feet for the long
hours required in the dental pro-
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Braves was Bob Elliott's three-run Rookie Larry Jansen turned
homer in the fourth frame, back the last place Phillies, 5-2, to
St. Louis beat back a ninth inn- gain his 12th victory against four
ing Cincinnati rally to defeat thedefeats for the fen-b ng Ne
Reds 6-3 and extend their winn- Yfrk the fences ew
ing streak to an even half-dozen. ork Giants. The Pirates defeated
Stan Musial and Terry Moore the Cubs, 7 to 2, behind the eight-
connected for round-trippers for hit pitching of knuckler Roger
the Cards as three Redlegs' errors Wolff as Jim Russell drove across
contributed to the St. Louis scor- four Pirate runs with a homer, his
ing. fourth, and a double.
Major League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L GB W L GB
Brooklyn 64 41 .,.. New York 69 35 ....
St. Louis 57 44 5 Detroit 53 45 13
New York 54 43 6 Boston 53 47 14
Boston 54 49 9 Philadelphia 53 51 16
Cincinnati 51 56 14 Cleveland 45 50 19 2
Chicago 47 55 151 2 Washington 45 52 20 2
Pittsburgh 43 60 20 Chicago 46 57 22%
Philadelphia 40 62 22' 2 St. Louis 36 63 30%
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sity divers have copped 62 out of;
a possible 76 major titles, and+
Robert J. H. Kiphuth of Yale, who;
guided Olympic swimmers in 1932
and 1946, will coach the 1948 U.S.
Olympic teams, the swimming
committee said today.
For Peppe, whose Buckeye
swimmers won the National Col-
legiate National A.A.U. indoor
and outdoor, and Western Con-,
ference titles this year, the as- .
signment to coach next year's
Olympic divers is the first in
international sports competition.
Kiphuth, in addition to his 1932
and 1936 Olympic appearances,
coached the women's team in 1928.
EVANSTON Ill., Aug. 6-(P)
Five more players joined the squad
of College All-Stars today to swell
the total to 43 men on the roster
of collegians who will meet the
Chicago Bears, National Football
League champions, in Soldier Field
the night of Aug. 22.
New arrivals were: Ed (Buck-
ets) Hirsch, fullback, Northwest-
ern; Joe Kodva, center, Purdue;
George Ratterman quarter back,
Notre Dame; Ernie Case, quart-
erback, UCLA, and Julie Ryko-
vich, halfback, Illinois.
SYRACUSE, N.Y., Aug. 6--(P)- I
Alex Kerr, who runs a gun club
patronized by the movie stars, put
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gauge title in the opening round
of the National Skeet Champion-
ships, scoring 99 hits out of 100
to equal his own record.
I-M NEWS
Tonight's semi-final rounds of
intramural championship softball
play will pit the West Lodgers
against the Law Club and Psi
Upsilon against the Hardrocks at
South Ferry Field.
These teams earned rights for
today's play by virtue of triumphs
yesterday. The West Lodgers edg-
ed past Adams House, 6-5, white
the Law Club gained a 9-0 forfeic
at the expense of the Zeta Beta
Tau.
Psi Upsilon took a close one
from Allen-Rumsey, 7-6, and the
Hardrocks swamped Lambda Chi
Alpha, 11-4.
Finals will be held Monday,
Chuck Dailey, softball director, an-

nounced.

Northwestern linkster.

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Ozark Set....................Sgmeister
The Birds ...................... Respighi
Six Dances .............. Philadelphia "Pops"
Stringtime ...................,Morton Gould
Music of J. Strauss. . . .Minneapolis Symphony
Peter and the Woff. ... ........... Prokofiev
Exotic Music ............. Andre Kostelanetz
Der Rosenkavalier Suite ...............Strauss
Daphnis and Chloe ................... Ravel
THE RADIO & RECORD SHOP
715 North University Phone 2-0542

Roger Kessler
Enters Finals
Of Hearst Golf
Wes Carison Bows
In -Semi-Finals
Roger Kessler, a member of the
1947 Michigan links squad, ad-
vanced to the finals of the Hearst
National Junior sectional golf
tourney yesterday by defeating
Bob Wilson, of Oakland Hills,
5 and 4, at Birmingham, Mich.
Today the Wolverine golfer will
meet Frank Wilson, a Pontiac
(Mich.) high school football star,
in the finals. Wilson topped a
Michigan jayvee golfer, Wes Carl-
son, in a semi-final match yes-
terday, that required 19 holes, one
up.
Kessler and Frank Wilson will
both represent this area at the
Hearst National tourney August
18 at Los Angeles, Cal., regard-
less of the outcome of today's
match.
Kessler was knocked out of the
final round of the recent Chi-
cago District junior champion-
ships. He lost to Bob Abrahams,

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