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SATUUIDAY, JUY'-17, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAOE tTURVE

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Carpenter, Phillies' 1305
Appoints 'Dutsty' Cooke
ST. L OTS, July 18- ("l'-Ben Chapman was dismissed as man-
agter of the Philadelphia Phillies today in a sudden move that caught
the entire team by ,7urprf-e. Coach Allen (Dusty) Cookie, Chapman':
close friend for 20 years, was named as his temporary successor...
Club President R. It, M. Carpenter, Jr., called Chapman into.
his hotel saite heredt0 advise him that lie was making the change.
Afterward both said they were parting as good friends.
"I went to put. the facts on the line," Carpenter told newsmen

r ToMn Ciants; Ott, Chapman Out

later. "We have decided on a
change. As a matter of fact, Ben
and I decided between ourselves
L that a change might help."
Carpenter declined to give a
more specific reason for his de-
cision or to indicate whom jhe
had in mind to take over its the
permanent maniage-cr. Ile said
Chapman wotild ht paid his full
salary for the ru ninnder of the
-,.Year.
Chapman called his coaches and
AIR CONDITIONED
ENDING TONIGII U'
Shows a 1-3-5-7- RM.

---- Startina Sunday-

players together and told them the
news. He said the three coaches
and eighit of the players wept.
The 39-year-old Chapman
said the change came as a1
conmplete surprise to him and
that he did not quit. "I'm not
a quitter," he said. "I was let
out." lie . added, however, that
"Mr. Carpenter is the best
friend I've ever had in baseball,
and I appreciate everything he
has done for .me."
Chapman, whose Phils had lost
seven straight games until Dutc;h
Leonard pitched them to a 3-1
verdict over the St. Louis Card-
inals last. night, had been manager
of the club for more than three
years. He succeeded Fred Fitz-
simmons on June 30, 1945.
The Phils finished last season
in a tie for seventh place. This
year they climbed into fourth place
for one day a few weeks ago but
today they were in seventh place,
ten and one-half lengths out of
first place going into tonight's
game.
A former star outfielder for
the New York Yankees, Chap-
man joined that club in 1930 in
his first major league job. Later
lie was with the Washington
Senators, the Roston Rted Sox,
and the Cleveland Indians.
WalReta-in s
Golf Cro wn.
DETROIT, July 16-(/I>--Mary
Agnes Wall of Menominee re-
tained her Women's State Ama-
teur Golf Championship today
with a 6 and 5 win over Shirley
Spork of Detroit.
The 29-year-old. tUpper Penin-
sula girl won the title in 1947 with
a 2 and 1 victory over Miss Spork
on Blythefild Hills Course in
Grand Rapids.
The defending champion shot a
76-three under women's par-
in the morning round to hold a
three-up lead as they turned for
home.

DAVE STRACKI
returns
Dave Strack, former Michigan'
basketball luminary was appoifitl-
ed yest erday as an assistant in
pfiysical education and freshm an
basketball coach ini the depart--
ment of intercollegiate athletics
for the University year 1948-9.
Straek, who hails from Indian-
apolis, was a defensive star and
captain of the 1945-6 cage squadl.
A memnber of the class of 1945,
Stra-,ck obtained his Master of
Business Administration in 1946.
Since graduation, hie has been
employed in thei business offices
of the Firestone Tire and Rubber
Conmpa ny.
Baseball's
Bio lSix

L r vsjead in N .L.
By The Associated Press'
The Boston Red Sox made it
three in a row over the Detroit.
Tigers today as Joe Dobson
chalked up his 11th pitching win
by a 5-3 margin. Junior Stephens
ended the Boston scoring by pol-
ing his 18th homer into the left-
center screen against relief pitcher
Al Benton with none aboard in the
eighth.
Dobson held the Tigers to seven
hits but spotted them a two-run
lead.!
Starter Art Houtteman gave way
to Benton after Domn DiMaggio
doubled in Tebbetts in the seventh.
Stubby Overmire came in after
Stephens hit for the circuit.
The Boston Braves today de-
feated the Chicago Cubs, 12 to 10,
for their sixth striaight victory and
their Ilth in 12 games against the
! rains this season.
Ther free-swinging contrA be -
fore a ladies (lay crowd cr4 21,618
of which 11,189 wvas actually paid
involved 30 players, including nine
pitchers.
Four home runs and eighit two-
base hits featured the wild tilt.
Cih-cl bt blows were hammieredI out
by Earl Torgeson, Phil Masi, Andy
Pafko and Bob Scheffing.
1B01 Dillinger went on a batting
rampage today with a bases-load-
ec. triple and three singles to spark
the St. Louis Browns to a 10-4 tri-
u~mph over' the New York Wan-
kees.
The scrappy third sacker drove
in five runs, scored two and also
stole two bases as the Browns
cuffed Allie Reynolds, Randy
Gumpert and Spec Shea for 11
hits.
Young Cliff Fannin started for
the Browns and allowed but five
hits until the eighth when the
Yanks scored all of their runs
with the aid of two errors. Ned
Garver finished up.
The Brooklyn Dodgers marked
the return of Burt Shotton as
manager today by routing Ewell
3Blackwe ll and the Cincinnati
tReds, 4-2.
t Shotton, who piloted the Dodg-
er's to the pennant last year, ar-
rived 4.5 minutes before grame tim('
to take over thec 1helm from Leo
Dtxurocher who resignedl in order
to take a similar post with the
Nw York Giants.
Blckel held the Dodgers to
oe hit .for six innings but they
rc hed him for a run in the
seveunth and drove him to cover in
t he eighl-th when they scored three
times to. win.

The Dodzgers, acquiescing in this unpllreedenlted mid-sea,
change of managers, recalled G>--year-old Burt (Barney) Shott
their pennant-winning leader - - ---
last season, to replace Durocher.I who toldl him to report tc
The transaction, completed Dodger prIesident's office.
within a 24-hour period, took ef- Stoneh~amk and LDurocher
feet immediately with Shotton fly- to discuss terms last night
ing to Cincinnati to take over tihe urocher then went to Bra
Brooklyn Club at Cincinnati this~ lyn to give dickey his resioftr on a d D och lyn ti .
from New "York to Pittsburgh to The first suggestion that
guidle the Giants in a night game. would quit as Giant manager.
The q4uick change thus about ten days ago when li
brought to an end the "Mc- Stonehiam met to discuss
Graw era" of Giant manager- plight of the club, which has
ship, for Ott was the last of the wallowing around in fourth
players who came to the Giants fifth place.
while John McGraw managed --__-___-®._
the club. At the same time it
brought in an aggressive, noisy-
manager of the McGraw type.
Ott, who Joined the club as a E
16-year-old "boy wonder" in 1926
and never has been associated
serve out the term of his contract, H ln r l
which runs through 1950, after
takine a brief vacation.
Durocher was hired for the
remainder of the 1948 season
and for 1949 under the exact Colors arnd \
terms called for inhi Brooklyni
contract. This was understood
to give himt a basic salary of A
$45,000 a year with addlitionalA 5
amounts based on attendance
figures.
In Cincinnati, where Brooklyni
President Branch Rickey an -
nounced D)urochier's resignat ion
simultaneously with President
Horace Stoneham's revelation of O VEF
the Giant change, no mention was
made 'of the terms of Shotton's 121 6 South Uni'
contract.
Although the formal state- -- - - - -
ments of the club presidents
said the negotiations all had
taken place sinc'e Wednesday
noon, there were other indica -
tionis that the deal had been
brewing for several days and
that, at least to some extent,
Ott's resignration was given un-
der' pressure.
Durocher, who piloted the Na-
tional League All-Star team at
St. Louis Tuesday, was scent by
Rickey to Mont real to look; over
flarm, club material immediately
aft erward. Ilis first intimation of
the change, lie said, was when lie
reached New York yesterday and
was met by a, Rickey enunissary 4

IBuirt Sliotten Ncined b"y
Rtickey T Head Dod eers
NEW YORK, July 16-('1')-In a move as startling, as it was sud-
clen, the New 'fork Giants today removed mild Melvin Ott, the club's
manag;er since :. 942, and installed in his place SWaShbucklling Leo Du-,
rocher, who wa3 released as pilot of the Brooklyn Dodgers to take the
job,

WI. L.
Boston.........48 .31
.Pittsburgh ....40 36
St. Louis ...... 40 30
Brooklyn.......37 37
"New York .. ..37 38
Cincinnati......37 42
"pPhiladelphia . .37 4l
Chicago........33 45

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Ntew York......45
Boston..........42
D~etroit.........3'l
"Washington . .35
St. ] mluis ,....241

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Major League Standings

Yesterday's ReN.ults
Brooklyn 4, Cincinna~iti 2.
Boston 12, (Ali Icao 10.
Philadelphia at St. Lo uis, Inc.
New Yor'k at 1ittsburghJ, 1post-
ponied, rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

--~Playing night games.
Today's (Games
New York at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
Boston at Chicag~o.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.

. -P'laying nlight g.11es".
Today's (Games
St. Louis at New York.
D)etroit at Boston.
Clevelanid at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Washington.

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BASEBALL'S BIG SIX
G AB II
'Iusial, C'ards. 77 302 120
Williams, Rced Sox 71 263 102
' Boudreau, Ind. 75 280 101
Pafko, (Cubs ... 72 271 95
*Ashburn; Phillies 76 306 106
D~ell, Tiger,..... 57 226 74
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Stephenis, Red Sox 77
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Williams, Red Sox 72
NATIONAL LEAGUE
"Kiner, Pirates 65
Mite, Giants 64
:;M isial, ('ardinals 64
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