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IN TIS CORNER --

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

by JOE WALSH, Sports Editor I
LOOKS from hov e as if youthful Lou Boudreaui, shortstop-manl- lCren Lz,
agter of the Cleveland Indians has put the fat in the fire for good.
In a statement to ne ,vsmen yesterday, Illinois Lou claimed his Tribe
would win the American League pennant in :1948. Frorn heret,
sounds like the little boy whistling past a graveyard, but then youI
never can tell. B1
It is the belief of most baseball observers that the Redskins P U 4
will fold soon. In any event, the Indians have subjected to a good
deal of heckling from all quar-<"v AT NAJuy2
ters the entire season. Right ATATJlP
now, the Lakefront Lads are l Hughes of Portland,
monlopolizing 60 per cent of theedOirKaofT
space allotted to baseball news. pt'.7 f

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By The Associated P'res
BOSTON, July 23-With slugger Ted Williams back in the lineup
after missing 15 gamev-, the Boston Red Sox won their ninth AraighIt
start with a 13-1 decision over the Chicago White Sox today to pull
within a game and a half of the top-place Cleveland Indians.
Those American Leatgue leaders combe here tomorrow for a three-
Lefty Mickey Harris pitched a five-hitter as the Red Sox
made a five-game sweep. The lowly Chisox escaped a shutout
in the fourth when Luke Appling

SOFTBALL STANIdNGS
Independent I
W
Chemistry................. G
Hard Rocks................ 4
Goosers ....................3
{ his..................... 3
Fletchler Hall.............. 3
Hut. Papas .................3
{Hell Cats.................. 2
Robert Owen Coop.......... 0
INDEPENDENT 11

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There are many reasons for the!
attention they've been getting.
First, with an owner like Bill
Veeck, it's pretty hard to stay out
of the news. Next, with Bob Feller
falling apart, like a ,bride's pie-
crust, there is sure to be the us-
ual razzing from Gotham base-
balldom, in particular.
When the Van Meter flame-
thrower started to show signs
of his 29 years, (or whatever it
is he's showing signs of) he got
his annual lambasting from the
*New York scribes,.lHe has been
called everything from a 'two-
bit rube' to an 'over-paid farm-
rer.' These charges may be true.
Regardless of the truth of them,
however, the 'overpaid Iowa
farmer' still continues to make
the turnstiles click.
-a Next, this same Feller pulled a
colossal blunder by refusing out-
right to participate in Arch Ward's
All-Star game at St. Louis. For
this,' Bucky Harris 'of the sore-
head', pulled Boudreau and Joe
Gordon out of the clash after the
fourth inning, and left only the
veteran Kenny Keltner of the
"Tribe on the field. In other words,
Harris had no other third base-
man on his squad, or otherwise,
Keltner, the league's top home-
run clouter thus far, would never
have breathed the snmoky Mis-
souri climate.
IN ADDITION, the vindictive
*Harris kept the league's top
pitcher Bob Lemon (at that time,
in any event) out of the fray.
The next thing you know,
Prexy Veeck had his hand in the
feud. lie claimed he and Rau-

Barnes of Atlanta, 2 and 1, today
in the serni-finals of the National
Public Links Golf Tournament.
The Hughes-Kay match was a,
contrast between the veteran
Hughes, an accountant in private
life, and the newcomer, Kay, a
member of the University of, Mi-'
ami (Florida) golf team.
Both Barnes and Ferentz are
veteran tournament golfers.
Alter completing this morning's
18 holes with a 4-uip lead over
Kay, Hughes' victory was never in
doubt.
However, the Ferentz -Barnes
match was close, the lead see-saw- k
ing nearly the entire distance. The I
advantage never went over two
holes for either golfer.

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Beta Theta Pi ............ 4 1
D)odgers .................. 3 1
Encees................ ..3 2
Disciples ................. 3 2
Phii Gamma Delta......... 1 3
Pick-usps...........)5
IFRAT LEAGUE I

waclked and Pat Seery and Mike
Tresh singled.
Williams, showing but little
,ign of the torn rib cartilage that
sidelined him, got two hits out
of four times, including a seventh
inning two bagger with the bases
loaded.
CHICAGO, July 23-Provided
with a two run working margin
in the first inning, Larry Jansen
went on to pitch the New York
Giants to a 5-0 five-hit triumph
over the Chicago Cubs today.
Johnny Mize started Jansen
on the road to his 12th victory
by slamming his 23rd homer

BILL VEECK
dreau, and not Feller, had de-
cided to keep the Iowan out of
the classic. That sort of put the
ex-Marine in the middle.
Now, -with all this publicity,
both good and bad, Baudreau
claims the schedule will win the
pennant for the Tribe, as they
play 22 of the last 28- games
against second-division clubs ini
September.
There is some logic' behind
what the ex-ease star has to
say. But, he also says that Most
of those games will be played at
home. And if our memory serves
us correctly, the Tribe has an
even split at home so far.
There's one thing for certain.
This is that Veeck will drew well
over 2,000,000 fans into his Lake
Erie ballyard this summer.
He has already broken the sin-
gle-game attendance" and the sin-
gle week attendance marks. There
should be nothing to stop him
from setting a new season's mark.

Major League StLandings
Yester day's Results Yesterday's Games
Detroit 1 1, Washington 5. Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 1.
Boston 13, Chicago I. New York 5, Chicago 0.
Cleveland at New York, post- Boston -at St. Louis, inc.
poned, rain. Brooklyn at. Pittsburgh, inc.
St. Louis at Philadelphia, inc.
AMERICWAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W. IL. Pct. G.B. W. L. Pet. G.B.
Cleveland ......51 33 .607 *., Boston........51 34 .60
* Philadelphia . .. 54 37 .593 Brooklyn......43 39 .524 6 !ot n . . . . 1 6 .8 .!t o i . . .4 0 .1
New York .....49 36 .576 2 .; i ttsurgh . ,...43 40 .518 7
D~etroit.........3 43 .500 9 New York .....42 41 .506 10?
Washington . ..38 48 .442 14 Cincinnati .....39 48 .448 13
" St. Louis......30 52 .366 20 Chicano...... .36 51 ..414 16
Chicago .......27 58 .318 24!/, Playing night game.
Playing night games.
Today's Games Today's Games
Chicago at New York--(2} New York at Chicago-(2)
Cleveland at Boston -(2) Philadelphia at Cincinnati-
Detroit at Philadelphia Boston at St. Louis-(Night)
St. Louis at Washington (Only gamnes scheduled).

with ;Bill Rigney aboard in the
opening _session.
The Giants picked up another
marker in the second inning on a
walk, fielder's choice, error and
single, by Rigney.
Errors~ by Gene Mauch and Dick
Culler aided the Giants in scoring
their fourth run in the eighth.
The Giants scored their final run
in the ninth off Hank Borowy
when Bob Thomson doubled and
rode home on Buddy Kerr's one-
bagger to right.
CINCINNATI, July 23 - The
Philadelphia Phils put together a
brilliantly executed triple play in
the fourth inning and a 14--ilt
attack to defeat Cincinnati to-
day, 6 to 1.
The Phils were leading, 2 to
0, behind the steady hurling of
rookie Robin Roberts when a
Red rally was snuffed out in
the fourth frame by the three-
out-at-one-time action.
Ted Kluszewski led off the in-
ning for Cincinnati withI a walk
and moved to second on Danny'
Litwhiler's safety to center. Virgil
Stallcup then lined to third base-
man Ralph Caballero. Caballlero
tossed the ball to second baseman
Granville Hamner, who beat Klus-
zewski back to the bar; and
whipped it to the first sacker
Dick Sisler, who toed that station
ahead of the scurrying Litwhiler.
WASHINGTON, July 23 --The
Detroit Tigers came from behind
with a seven-run fourth inning
to blast the Washington Senators
11-5 today.
Vir~gil Tfrucks, fourth Detroit
pitcher, was credited with the
win, his ninth of the season and
his fifth straight victory. Hie
retired the last 11 Senators in
order.
Losing pitcher was Mickey Haef-
ner. It was his ninth loss of the
year.

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(Three Leadelrs in Eac~h League)
G. ABl. 11. pct.
Willianm, - "c Sox 72 267 104 .390
4Vhsial, Car-,ds .. .84 331 127 .384
Boudr~eaum, Indians 84 317 113 .357
Pafko, Cubs ......81 300 107 .350
Kill, Tigers......64'253 ?t .348
Ash1 burn. ',"illies .86 3:38 113 ~i.3:34
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Sigma Chi................. 3
Alpha Sigma Phi..... ..... 3
Theta Xi.................. 2
Zeta Beta Tau ............ 2
Sigma Alpha Epsilon....... 0
FR AT' LEAGUE III
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Delta Tau Delta........... 4
Gamma Delta............. 4
Theta Chi .................2
Psi Upsilon ............... 2
Alpha Chi Sigma .......... 2
'Theta Delta Chi..........1I
RESIDENCE HALL LEAGUE,
IV
Strauss.................. 6
Greene....................
Hayden................... 3
Prescott.................. 3
Hinsdale................. 2
Cooley.............. 2
Tyler.................... 2
Anderson................1I

L Israel had planned finally to
1, send only two women athletes to
1 London because its 50 male ath-
3 letes are in Israel's army.
3 The International Olympic
3 Committee ruled against Israel be-
4 cause the new state is not yet a
member of the organization. Egyp-
L tbans said if Israel had been recog-
0 nized, the Arab nations would re~-
2 fuse to compete.
2 Athletes in vari-colored uni-
3 forms jostled each other on prac-
3 tice tracks and fields, splashed in
4 the big Wembley pool, and shook
4 off the effects of train and ocean
4 travel.

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LONDON, July 23-(i?)-The In-
ternational Olympic ruling body
closed the door of the games to-
day on the new state of Israel,
thereby halting the threat of a
walkout by the Arab nations.
This wvas done by rejecting the
appeal of Israel sports organiza-
tions to take over the invitation
previously sent to the now obsolete
,Palestine Olympic committee.
The action cut the number of
participating nations to 61-still
a record. Of the 5,000 athletes due
to parade in the opening cere-
monies next Thursday before the
King and Queen of England and
a crowd of 83,000 at ,Wembley,
about half are on hand and train-
ing hard.

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