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'W NESDAY, JUNE 34, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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: Chappuis Signs With Football Dodgers; Harmon Qui

its Pro Ball

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Indians Scalp Bengals, 6-2;
SchmitzWins 3-1 Over Cards

Bob Spurns NFL to Join
AAC; Tom to Broadcast

By The Associated Press
Fireballer Bobby Feller of the
Cleveland Indians showed his old
time form today as he scattered
eight hits while beating the De-
troit Tigers and Hal Newhouser 6
to 2.
Feller, who fanned eight men
and walked only two, was given
a five run lead by his hard-
hitting teammates in the first
three innings. From then on, he
seldom was in trouble as he
coasted in with win No. 7 as
against eight losses.
The game, billed as a pitching
r duel between Feller and Tiger ace
Newhouser, was turned into a
slugfest by the Indians, as they
drove Newhouser to the showers
in the third inning.
Newhouser, who absorbed his
sixth loss as against nine wins.
All-Cam pus Ti§nnis
Meet on I-M Slate
Tennis takes the center court in
the I-M Department's summer
athletic program next Tuesday,
when first round play in the All-
campus tourney will get under
way.
Both singles and doubles entries
will be accepted at the I-M Build-
,ng until tomorrow afternoon at 5
p.m.
Contestants may also pick up
tennis permits entitling them to
free use of the courts for tourna-
ment matches at the I-M Build-
ing.

Swas touched for seven hits and
five runs in his two-and-two-
third innings on the mound. Virgil
Trucks relieved him and pitched
shutout ball until he was lifted for
a pinchhitter in the eighth, with
big Al Benton finishing up in the
ninth.
Manager Lou Boudreau paced
the Cleveland attack with three
hits in four times up. His first
wallop was a first inning homer
with one man aboard and got
Feller off to a flying start.
Jim Hegan added the sixth, In-
dian tally with a homer in the
ninth off Benton.
Johnny Schmitz, hooking up in
a brilliant slab duel with Harry
"The Cat" Brecheen, interrupted
Bill Pritula, tackle on MVlichi-
gan's undefeated football team
last fall, has been named head
line coach at Morningside Col-
lege, Sioux City, Ia.
George Allen, ex-Michigan
150-pound coach, is now head
coach at the Iowa school.
the first-place drive of the St.
Louis Cardinals, today when he
hurled the Chicago Cubs to a 3-1
triumph before 17,158.
The lanky Cub southpaw doled
out only four hits as he registered
his seventh victory against' eight
losses. The lone run by the Card-
inals came on the first of a pair of
doubles by Enos Slaughter in the
fourth inning and a single by
"Nippy" Jones.

BOB CHAPPUIS
..Steps in
He ad Li. st in.
Gol f Tourc ney
WICHITA, Kas., June 28-(I')-
Defending champion Marvin
(Bud) Ward, of Spokane, Wash.,
and National Champion Skee Rie-
gel, Glendale, Calif., head a field
of 110 shotmakers entered in the
Western Amateur Golf Tourna-
ment beginning Tuesday.
Frank Stranahan, of Toledo, O.,
who lost to Ward in the finals at
Des Moines., Ia., last year, has not
entered but Johnny Dawson, of
Los Angeles, who was beaten in
the National Amateur, 2 and 1, by
Riegel last year, and John Kraft,
the veteran putt-master from
Denver, also are entered.

Bob Chappuis, passing and run-
n.ing ace for the 1947 unbeaten
and untied Wolverines has entered
the professional ranks by signing
with the Brooklyn Dodgers of the
All-America Conference.
The terms of the Chappuis con-
tract were not disclosed but were
assumed to be between $15.000 and
$18,000 for a season's play. This
was the amount set by the Michi-
gan All-American as the figure
necessary to lure him away from
an initial business career.
Move Surprises NFL
Bath the Detroit Lions and the
Pittsburgh Steelers in the Na-
tional League were after Chappuis
with the Steelers rated a decided
edge before the 190-lb. halfback
surprised the National Leaguers
with the Brooklyn contract.
Bob's reason for choosing the
Dodger's was that he, like former
All-American Tom Harmon, ex-
pects to eventually break into ra-
dio announcing and he thinks that
New York i's the best place to
start.

Tom Harmon, one of Michigan's
greatest halfbacks has finally put
his old "98" in mothballs for good
in favor of a full time job in ra-
dio.
To Air Ram Games
Harmon, who last year played
for the professional Los Angeles
Rams, - has been made sports di-
rector of station KF, Los Angeles,
effective July 15. His job will in-
clude television broadcasts of the
Rams' home games.
In announcing his decision the
husband of starlet Elyse Knox and
the father of a three-year-old
daughter stated, "My home and
family are here and I want to set-
tle down and work here full time."
The 1939-40 Wolverine star has
been in radio since his discharge
from the Army and has been a ra-
dio sports announcer in loth De-
troit and Los Angeles. '
Harmon, since joining the Rams
2 years ago has been plagued by
injuries and has failed to live up
to expectations. This may have
been an important factor in his
decision.

TOM s I uAR MON
... ' StsOut

Major League Standings
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 6, Detroit 2 Chicago 3, St. Louis 1
Boston at New York, inc. Philadelphia at Brooklyn, Inc.
Washington at Philadelphia, inc. New York at Boston, inc.
Chicago at St. Louis, inc. Pittsburgh at Cijicinnati, Inc.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. G.B. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cleveland ... 38 23 .623 .. W L Pet. G.B.
*Philadelphia. 40 26 .606 *Boston ....<...36 26 .581 .
*New York .. 37 25 .597 1 St. Louis ... . 35 2 .565 1
*Boston .....31 28 .525 6 *Pittsburgh .. 33 28 .541 2
Detroit .......29 33 .468 9 *Philadelphia 31 33 ,484 6
*Washington 29 34 .460 10 Brooklyn ... 27 31 .466 7
*St. Louis ... 23 37 .383 14 'Cincinnati .. 28 36 .433 9
*Chicago .... 18 39 .316 18 Chicago . ....26 37 .413 10G.
*Playing night games.
Today's Games Today's Games
Boston at New York-Parnell Philadelphia at Brooklyn -
(3-4) vs Raschi (9-1) Leonard (6-6) or Heintzelman
Washington at Philadelphia -- (3-3) vs Taylor (1-3).
(Night)-Hudson (3-7) vs Cole- New York at Boston-(Night)-
man (8-5). New Y(rk)avsBostl-5)
Cleveland at Detroit - Night - Poat (6-1) vs Voiselle (7-5
Lemon (10-6) vs Iloutteman (2-'9) St. Louis at Chicago-Hearn
Clilcago at St. Louis--(Night)- (4-2) or Pollet (6-3) vs Hammer
Pieretti (1-3) or Gettel (1-3) vs (2-3)
Sanford (5-7). (Only Games)
_ Recd ... Use DailyClassified A ds
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At Wim e bled
LONDON, June 29-(P)--Amer-
ica's "Big Four" or women's ten-
nis slugged their way into the
Wimbledon semi - finals toda y
without losing a set.
Louise Brough of Beverly Hills
Calif., hardest hitter of the group,
played only four games before he
opponent, Shirley Fry of Akron,
Ohio, turned an ankle going after
an errant serve and was carried
from the court. Miss Brought was
leading 3-1 when the defaul
came.
Mrs. Margaret Osborne Dupont
of Wilmington, Del., the defending
champion, beat Mrs. Jean Nicol
Bostock, best of Britain's women
7-5, 6-3.

gLte Basebl Soeres

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia . 000 000 200-2 7 1
Brooklyn . . . .010 000 000-1 6 1
Donnelly and Seminick; Branca
and Edwards.
* * *
New York... .....11 17 0
Boston ...............3 9 0
Poat, Jones (7) and Cooper,
Westrum (9); Spahn, Iiogue
(8), Prednergast (8) and Sal-
keld.

AMERICAN LEAGUE I
Boston ......000 000 000-0 3 1
New York . 001 130 02X-7 14 0
Parnell, Kinder (6), McDermott
(8) and Tebbetts; Lopat and Niar-
hos.
* * *
Washington ..... ........5 6 2
Philadelphia............3 10 0
..Wynn, Harristt (2) and Early;
Marchildon, Savage. (8), Ilarris
(9) and Rosar.

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W. CARL RUFUS COTTAGE, furnished,
at Crooked Lake with 80-foot water
frontage, 5 miles west of Chelsea.
Restricted wooded lots. Private road.
Call Detroit, VInewood 1-5890 or write
Herman D. Rufus, 191 Richter Street.
River Rouge 18, Mich. )56
WHIZZER BIKE; Schwinn-built; Ac--
cessories; Nearly New. Sacrifice. Call
2-9750. )55
1936 DODGE 4 door sedan. New paint'
job, tires, battery, seat covers, etc._
Recently overhauled. A-i shape.
Priced to sell. See Harry Snyder, 319
E. William after six. )54
GOLF CLUBS. Excellent set of Mac-
Gregor woods. Matched irons, leather
bag. $55. Men's sie 9 golf shoes in
perfect condition, $10. See them at
315 N. Thayer, Apt. 1, after 5 p.m.
)52
SELMER CLARINET. Finest made.
Bought in 1941 but used only few
months because of military service.
Call George 5989 from 7-9 p.m. )50
1947 SERVI-CYCLE, used very little.
$195. 207 Miller Ave. )36
FORDOR Model A. Good condition.
$150. Phone 2-0765 after 7 P.M.
RUSSIAN Linguaphone Course For Sale.
Almost unused. $35.00 Call 2-0647. )43
'35 CHEVROLET, four-door, good motor,
$150. Phone 2-8434. 535 Church St. )44
ALUMINUMWARE, dishes, rugs, ma-
hoganybedroom suite, living room
furniture. Phone 2-1512. )25
ANTIQUES, including chair, mirror,
lamp, Brussels carpet, also Easy wash-
er, gas stove, gas plate, pillows, quilt.
1117 Church St. Phone 2-2697. )45
CHEVROLET, 1937 master coupe. Radio,
heater. Motor and steering gear re-
cently overhauled. Nearly new bat-
tery, $345. 1359 Rosewood.

FOR SALE

GAS STOVE, 4-burner, A&B, $40. Wash-
ing machine, Universal with many
new parts, $65. Small child's tri-
cycle, $3.50. Combination bottle-gas
and coal and wood table-top model
stove, practically new, $125. Every-
thing in good condition. Call 2-
9020. ) 38
HELP WANTED
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced, to work
part-time. Jacobson's. )63
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Naval Aviator's Certificate;
black, gold-engraved leather folder.
Phone 2-0195, John Keller.
SLIDE RULE. Tan leather case. Neal
Wikel Drug, June 22. Reward. Call
Ypsi 3571WI. )58
ROYAL No. 2 iron, University Golf
Course. June 16. Reward. Call 2-6292.
)14
ROOMS FOR RENT
FURNISHED 2-Room Apt. near campus
$35.00 a month. For July and August
only. Call 2-8309. )62
NEAR University for worker or student.
Double suite furnished for one or
two men available for rent now.
Shower. Plenty of Hot Water, Rent
Reasonable. Call at 509 S. Division
'St., near Jefferson St. )53
CLOSE TO CAMPUS, can accommodate
graduate students or teachers for
summer and fall terms. Furnished
suites and part of double room avail-
ablenow. Plenty of hot water, show-
er, etc. Reasonable Call 509 S. Divi-
sion St. near Jefferson
)19
6-ROOM APARTMENT with private
entrance needs 1 male graduate stu-
dent for summer. 1 block from can-
pus. Tel. 29130.
)15

ROOM AND BOARD
SUMMER VACANCIES for'men board-
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small amount of work per week.
Phone Personnel Chairman, 5974. Call
between 6-7 P.M. )41
TRANSPORTATION
RIDER to San Francisco wanted to
shaire expenses and driving. Leaving
July 3. Dr. John Merritt. 2-0750. )6
WANTED--Ride to Northern Michigan
Saginaw, Clare, or Harrison Friday
aftei 5 p.m. Will share all expenses.
CallDoris Kretl, 2-2771 evenings or
3-157.1, Ext. 767 afternoons. - }49
WANTED-Party to help drive car to
Los Angeles. Leaving July 1. Phone
738M Ypsilanti. )59,

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in my home. Free pick-up and de-
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WANT ED
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days a week. 1503 Washtenaw, 2-4808.
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equivalent. 2-1298. )60
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good condition. Ph. Ypsi, 1450J4. )35

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