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WVD lSDAY, JULY 9, 1947

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: American Leaguers

Top National All-Stars,_2-I

Wolverine Captain Captures
Upper Peninsula Net Title

All-Star
Highlights

Shea Victorious in Pitcher's Battle-;
Mize's Homer Averts NL Shutout

I=M SPOUTFOLIO

By The Associated Press
As a result of yesterday's tri-
umph, the American League now
holds a 10-4 edge in the All-Star
series which was inaugurated back
in 1933 at Commisky Park.
* * *
For the first three innings,
yesterday's game looked like the
battle of the flying saucers. Ew-
well Blackwell of Cincinati ana
Hal Newhouser of Detroit, the
starting pitchers, seemed to be
throwing thosesmyserious ob-
jects that have been zooming
across the sky. Each allowed
only one hit. Blackwell fanned
four and Newhouser two.
* *
The Nationals went into a shift
for Tled Williams, who habitually
pulls the ball into right field. Wil-
liams punctured this strategy his
second time up by doubling along
the first base line. On his next
trip, he lined a hit to the right
field grass between the outfielders
and infielders.
The home run ball blasted by
Johnny Mize of the New York
Giants in the fourth inning
sailed over and beyond the 368
foot mark into the right field
bleachers.
Dyer sent every member of his
25 man squad into the fray with
the exception of Brooklyn's Ralph
Branca and St. Louis' George
Munger, a couple of right-handed
pitchers. He even used Schoolboy
Rowe of the Phils, the first player
ever to appear for both teams in
the All-Star series.
"SUMMER
WEATHLER
Andtimeforea.more exciting,
a flattering hair-do. See the
new feather fluffs, up-sweeps
today!
ANNPS
BEAUTY ARBOR
B A1315 S. University Ph. 7156
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WRIGLEY FIELD, Ch i c a g o,
July 8-G)-The 1947 All' Star
game never will be retold to doting
grandchildren as the ultimate in
baseball thrills but it will be re-
membered as another chapter in
the American League's victory sa-
ga over'the National by a slim 2-1
margin before 41,123 customers.
Johnny Mize, the fence-busting
New York Giants' first baseman,
had struck fear of the vaunted
National League power into the
hearts of the Americans with a
380-foot blast into the right cen-
ter field bleachers in the fourth.
Appling Scores
Luke Appling's pinch singleX

opening the sixth. followed by
Boston's Ted Williams' ripping
single to right, set up the tying
run. Luke had gone to third on
the blow. He romped home easily
while New York's Joe DiMaggio
was bouncing into a double play.
In the final analysis that it was
a peculiar play at second base in
the seventh that made the vic-
tory possible. With one out, Doerr
had lined a single to left. He stole
second easily, sliding in under
catcher Bruce Edwards' throw to
Brooklyn teammate Eddie Stanky.
On the next pitch, Johnny Sain
of Boston, who was the third
pitcher used by Mapager Eddie

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Dyer, spun all the way around in
a sweeping motion and tried to
pick Doerr off at second base. The
ball hit Doerr and caromed off in-
to short right center, permitting
the Red Sox second sacker to
reach third. It was scored as an
error for Sam, the eventual loser.
Buddy Rosar of Philadelphia,
who caught the entire nine inn-
ings, became a strikeout victim
but Stan Spence came through
with the telling blow as a pinch
hitter for Shea.
Shea in Trouble
Shea ran into trouble in his first
inning when Mize, who leads both
majors with 24 homers, slammed
a high hard one into the ocean of
white shirts in the right field
bleachers to put the Nationals
ahead, 1-0.
Williams had doubled off St.
Louis' Harry Brecheen in the
fourth inning. Coming up in the
sixth with Appling on first base
and Sain on the mound, Williams
lashed a vicious line drive single to
right, sending Luke around to
third.
The Nationals went for the
double play on Dimaggio's bounc-
er to shortstop Pee Wee Reese,
permitting Appling, who was away
with rap of the bat, to score un-
molested.
' * * *
American 000 001 100-2 8 0j
National 000 100 000--1 5 1
Newhouser, SHEA (4) Mas-
terson (7), Page (8) and Ro-
sar; Blackwell, Brecheen (4),
SAIN (7), Spahn (8) and Coop-
er, Edwards (7) and Masi (8).

The I-M softball schedule swung
into high gear yesterday as 14
teams squared off against each
other at South Ferry Field.
In the fraternity league, Lambda
Chi Alpha defeated SAE, 9-3, Chi
Psi dumped Theta Xi, 8-2, and Sig-
ma Chi flattened Theta Chi, 9-4.
Zeta Beta Tau downed DKE, 12-1,
Psi Upsilon nipped Sigma Nu, 8-6,
in 11 innings, and the Phi Delts
slid past Delta Tau Delta, 9-8.
The only independent game
found the Veteran's Hospital win-
ning over the English Language
Institute, 11-4.
, * * *
It was a dreary day for pit-
chers Monday, as 12 teams lit-
erally blew the lid off the I-M
summer softball season by
pounding out an assortment of
home-runs, triples, and doubles
for an amazing opening day
total of 107 runs.
Leading the hit parade were
the boys from Lloyd House, last
spring's champions, who combed
an assorted crew of Allen-Rum-
sey hurlers for nine runs in the
first inning and then went on to
score at random to clinch the win
by "three touchdowns to one,"
20-6.
Winchell House, runners-up last
summer, belted the Williams
House representatives to the merry
tune of 17-7.
Dick Nicholas provided the on-
ly bright spot in the twirlers'
lives as he hurled brilliant
three-hit ball and fanned 12 to
pace the Law Club to a 13-0 vic-
tory over Owen Co-ops.

The other three contests were
comparative pitcher's battles. Hav-
enites, paced by pitcher Hewitt's
three hits, blasted the Veterans,
10-5. Fletcher outlasted Wenley
10-6, and Adams breezed to a 10-
3 nod over Michigan House.
* * *
The I-M basketball season also
got under way Monday afternoon
as the Ramblers nipped the Hard-
rocks, 32-30. The Hardrocks near-
ly pulled it out of the fire in the
closing seconds. Gene Derricotte
took the ball on a direct pass from
center and followed beautiful
blocking by Kurt Kampe and Dick
Riffenburg, but the Ramblers went
into a seven-man line at the foul
circle and staved off the final
drive.
On Tuesday, the Hardrocks be-
gan to resemble beach pebbles as
they took another one on the chin,
this time from the Grizzlies, 25-
17.
On the other court, Chuck
Keene looped in 19 points to pace
the Actuaries to a 41-19 nod over
the Lawyers.
* * *
Fifty-four participants will
complete the first round of the
I-M summer singles tennis tour-
nament tonight, and 14 doubles
teams are awaiting the signal to
begin. All pairings are posted on
the main bulletin board in the
sports building.

Taking time out from the East-
ern tennis tournaments, Bill Mik-
ulich, captain of the '47 Wolver-
ne net squad, entered and won
the men's singles championship of
the Upper Peninsula tennis tour-
ney held over the July 4th week-
end in Escanaba, Mich.
Mikulich, from Traunik, Mich.,
easily trounced the former Uni-
versity of Wisconsin captain, Bob
Borcherdt, in straight sets, 6-3,
6-1, 6-2.
Weir In Doubles
Leroy Weir, one-time Michigan
tennis coach, teamed up with Hal
Simpson, of Carroll College to cop
the men's doubles championship
from Bob and Leonard Brunn,
Marquette duo, 6-2, 6-2.
Rain on Sunday caused post-
ponement of the final rounds of
the Michigan Closed Tennis Tour-
nament held at Flint's Kellar Park
till next week-end, but the Uni-
versity of Michigan is still well
represented by faculty members,

net coach Robert Dixon and Kim-
bark Peterson.
Dixon Defends Title
Dixon, defending champion,
faces Peterson, seeded fourth,
while John Shingleton and James
Staber, a couple of MSC entries,
are scheduled to face each other
in the semi-finals of the men's
singles.
Other Wolverine entries includ-
ed Hall Cook and Fred Welling-
ton, Cook, no. 6 on the '47 squad
turned back Cessna, seeded 7th,
6-2, 6-0, before losing to Shingle-
ton in the quarters, 6-2, 7-5.
Wellington, member of the
Chemical Engineering Faculty,
and No. 3 man on the '46 squad
was ousted 2-6, 7-5, 6-1by Tom
Wilson, Saginaw, in the initial
round.

71 CCtion- i moder&
Ending Today

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to supersonic flow. This semin-
ar will meet on Wednesday, July
9, at 4 p.m. in room 317 West En-
gineering. Professor E. H. Rothe
will continue his talk on "Intro-
duction to the Theory of Char-
acteristics of Partial Diffeiential
Equations."
Seminar in Non-Euclidean Geo-
metry and Minkowski Space:
Wednesday, 7 p.m., 3201 A. H.
Zoology Seminar: Thursday,
July 10, 7:30 p.m., East Lecture
Room, Rackham Building. Mr.
Robert E. Kuntz will speak on
"Comparative embryological de-
velopment of the excretory sys-
tem in digenetic trematodes with
emphasis on the excretory blad-
der."-
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Concerts
Student Recital: Robert Gordon
Waltz, Tenor, will present a pro-
gram in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of
Master of Music at 8:30 Wednes-
day evening, July 9, in the Rack-
ham Assembly Hall. The recital
will include compositions by Schu-
bert, Duparc, Tremisot, Franck,
Poldowski, Recli, Donaudy, Cim-
ara, and Sibella, and will be open
to the general public.
Carillon Recital: by Percival
Price, University Carillonneur,
7:15 Thursday evening, July 10.
Program: Humoresque by Dvorak,
Curious Story, Dreaming, and The
Happy Farmer, by Schumann,
Venetian Boat Song, Confidencej
des fleurs, Springsong, Spinning
Song, by Mendelssohn; Offen-
bach's Barcarolle, Tschaikowsky's
None but the Lonely Heart, and
Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodie No.
2.
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