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28, 1949

THE -M'I HI GA ~A~IL

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The
MORNING REPORT
by MERLE LEVIN, SPORTS EDITOR

HAPPIEST COACH ON THE Michigan staff these days is golf
mentor Bert Katzenmeyer.
The youthful head man, whose charges romped to the West-
ern Conference championship this spring has five talented letter-
men returning next spring including Rog Kessler who finished
fourth in the Big Ten, Chuck Hauser who finished sixth, Bob
I Olson the young basketball ace who along with another returning
veteran, Keith LeClair, went to the third round of the NCAA
match play tournament and Bob MacCallum.
As if this isn't enough, Katzenmeyer had two of the finest young
golfers to arrive at Michigan in a long, long time on his freshman
squad last spring.
They are Dean Lind, 1948 USGA National Junior Champion,
who has been making mincemeat of the best opposition the
Chicago area has to offer this summer and lanky Dick Evans
who won the Ohio Amateur Golf Championship a couple of
weeks ago, beating defending champion Harold Paddock, the
perennial Ohio titlist, in the process.
* * * *
WHILE KATZENMEYER is smiling, head basketball coach Ernie
McCoy is contemplating the 1949-50 schedule, one of the tough-
est hardwood schedules Michigan has ever had, with a determined
grimness.
The Wolverines play a pair of games with the speedy hoop-
sters from North Carolina State, meet the Miami (O.) Redskins,
always a power among the so-called smaller colleges in basketball,
and are the guest team at the Big Seven round robin tournament.
That means the Wolverines will come up against such teams
as Oklahoma, Kansas, Kansas State and Iowa State. The- latter
will be remembered as the team that dropped the Wolverines twice
before they went on to win the Big Nine championship in 1948.
After that the Maize and Blue returns to battle against the
Big Ten teams which are getting tougher every year.
v HERB BARTEN, WHOSE running ranged from the ridiculous to
the sublime after a post-Olympic heel injury is contemplating a
return to action under the colors of the powerful San Francisco
'Olympic Club next season.
Barten couldn't break two minutes during the early part of
the outdoor season this spring but he began to go as the season
wore on and set a new Michigan varsity record of 1:50.4 at the
NCAA tournament this June.
If Barten hooks on wtih the West Coast outfit he will become
a teammate of Fortune Gordien, the record setting discus thrower
from Minnesota.
* * * *
R Gene Derricotte has his work cut out for him when he joins
the Cleveland Browns after the All-Star game in Chicago,
August 12.
Coach Paul Brown has intimated that Gene must beat out Edgar
(Special Delivery) Jones if he hopes to win a job as an offensive back.
Otherwise Gene will be used solely on defense.
Jones, a former All-American from Pittsburgh, has been an
all-league back with the Browns for three years and hasn't shown
signs of slipping, but if+Derricotte can escane the injury jinx
which has long hounded him, 'he must be accorded a good
chance of winning the job.
* * * *
BOB CHAPPUIS will lead the Chicago Hornets into Toledo for an
exhibition game with the champion Browns on Aug. 14.
It will be the first time the ex-Michigan All-American has
strutted his stuff in Toledo since he was a schoolboy sensation
there in the early forties.
Matt Mann III will hop a fast plane to the West Coast as soon
as he winds up the summer school term in order to compete in the
National AAU outdoor swimming championships.
Swimming mentor Matt Mann is entering a team from his
Camp Chikopi summer swimming school and Matty should plan to
give his genial father a helping hand.
"Bumpy" Jones, the 15 year-old swimming sensation from Detroit
will also accompany the team and Mann who has been tutoring the
youngster for years will be a very interested onlooker when Bumpy
struts his stuff against the nation's best.
Fletcher Gilders who set a new national high school pole vault
record at Detroit's Northwestern High last spring and was also a
scholastic diving champion will enter Ohio State this fall after failing
to make the necessary grades to enter Michigan. Lured there by the
beautiful Ohio scenery.
Major League Standings.

Cards
Bums Keep
Pace, Whip
Chicgw-
ST. LOUIS-The St. Louis Car-
dinals took full advantage of Hank
Borowy's wildness to push across
three runs in each of the first
two innings for a 7 to 3 victory
over the Philadelphia Phillies last
night. Two home runs accounted
for the tallies off the offerings of
Cardinal hurler Red Munger who
got his ninth victory of the sea-
son.
* * * -
Dodgers 7, Chicago 3
CHICAGO-The Brooklyn Dod-
gers' longest losing streak of the
season ended at four games yester-
day as the Brooks routed the Chi-
cago Cubs, 7-3.
Home runs by Gil Hodges and
Bruce Edwards featured the Dod-
gers' 11-hit assault against Dutch
Leonard, Warren Hacker and Bob
Rush.
Hodges broke a 1-1 tie with
his 14th homer in the fourth
inning with Jackie Robinson on
base. The Dodgers sewed up
the game in the seventh with a
three run drive on a walk, Gene
Hermanski's triple, Duke Snid-
er's double and another two-
bagger by Hodges. Edwards con-
nected for the circuit in the
eighth.
Don Newcombe started for the
Dodgers and although he pitched
a good -game, he became the ninth
straight Dodger pitcher to fail to
go the distance. Newcombe fanned
ten and walked only two.
The big Negro righthander was
lifted in favor of workhorse Erv,
Palica in the ninth after yielding
a homer to Herm Reich, hitting a
batter and granting a single to Hal
Jeffcoat.
-* * *
Braves 9, Reds 7
CINCINNATI - The Boston
Braves had to travel 13 innings
yesterday to subdue the seventh-
place Cincinnati Reds, 9-7, and it
was Mary Rickeri's two-run homer
in the fourth extra frame that
won the game.
Bud Lively, the fourth Cin-
cinnati pitcher and the loser,
held the Braves to one hit from
the ninth to the 13th frame.
After two were out, he walk-
ed Eddie Stanky and Rickert
promptly lined one into the
right field stands.
*~* ~
Giants 8, Pirates 3
PITTSBURGH-New York's Gi-
ants evaded sixth place in the
National League standings yester-
day by defeating Pittsburgh, 8 to
3, on the fine relief pitching of
Kirby Higbe, recently acquired
from the Pirates.
Higbe took over the hurling
from starter Clint Hartung in the
fifth inning and gave up only four
hits the remainder of the way.
The Giants moved out in front
in the seventh when four singles,
Sid Gordon's double and Wes
Westrum's home run with two
mates on base meant five runs.
During the barrage Monte Bas-
gall, Pirate second baseman, was
hit in the face when a batted ball
took a bad hop and was forced to

retire. Willard Marshall, Giant
outfielder, also had to leave the
game during the inning when a
foul off his own bat hit him on
his right foot.
3 DAYS ONLY!
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To Hold Lead;

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TigOersSp' lit
Groth Hammers Six Hits;
Red Sox Down Chicago
WASHINGTON - Detroit bat-
tered Washington pitching for 32
hits last night in a twilight-night
double-header but got only a split
as the Senators captured the first
game 7-6, to snap an 11-game los-
ing streak. The Tigers compiled 17
hits behind Freddie Hutchinson's
4-hit pitching to take the second
game, 11-0.

ONE TOO MANY-Chicago Cub pitcher Johnny Schmitz (53) is tagged out by Brooklyn third base-
man Billy Cox as he tries to stretch a fourth inning double into a three-bagger in Tuesday's game
at Wrigley Field. Umpire Bill Stewart is right on top of the play which apparetly didn't faze
Schmitz. He went on to blank the Dodgers, 6-0.
TOO SOON, TOO SOON!
Rain Halts Yank-Tribe Game in Fourth

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NEW YORK-A heavy down-
pour washed out the second ofr
an important three game series
between the league leading New
York Yankees and runner-up
Cleveland yesterday.v
The teams were in a 4-4 dead-
lock when the downpour halted
hostilities after four innings of>
play.
* * *
A DISAPPOINTED crowd of 47,-
596 paying customers waited hope-
fully in the shelter of the mam-
moth stadium for the skies to
clear. But after one hour and 57
minutes, when the downpour :
showed no signs of slackening, ,; : 'j.
chief umpire Bill McGowan offi-
cially called the game.'
The washout left the Yankees
still three games in front of
Cleveland. No announcement
was made when the game would
be replayed.
The Yankees got off to a 4-0
lead in the first inning, blasting
Bob Feller off the mound beforeJ
he could retire a batter. Tommy ..

Henrich, playing despite a broken
toe on his right foot, produced
the big wallop, a towering home
run with two teammates aboard.
* * *
THE TRIBE GOT half of the
runs back in the second and third
and relief pitcher Sam Zoldak.
innings on homers by Joe Gordon
The Indians evened up mat-
ters in the fourth, routing Ed
Lopat and filling the bases on
reliefers Clarence Marshall and
Joe Page, before they were re-
tired.
A double by Mickey Vernon and
Larry Doby's single to right ac-
counted for one run. Doby's steal
of second, a sacrifice and man-
ager Lou Boudreau's long fly
brought in the Cleveland center
fielder.
I-M SOFTBALL
Semi-Finals
Hard Rocks 10, Greene House
0.

Washington grasped a 4-0 lead
off Lou Kretlow in the first game,
but the Tigers battled back to
batter Sid Hudson and forge
ahead, 5-4, with two runs in the
third inning and three more in the
fifth.
The Senatorsimoved into com-
mand at 6-5 in the fifth when
Jake Early singled across two
runs. Eddie Yost's single and
Eddie Robinson's double fashioned
a 7-5 lead for Washington in the
eighth.
Detroit scored with two out in
the iainth on singles by Johnny
Grot h, Johnny Lipon and Freddie
Hutrhinson, but Ray Scarborough
disposed of Don Kolloway on a
pop fly to capture his eighth vic-
tory.
Uookie Johnny Groth led the
Tigers' assault on Joe Haynes,
Lloyd Hittle and Al Gettel in the
second game. He contributed a
double and three singles, while
Connie Berry and Don Kolloway
each got three hits.
Groth had a total of six hits
in the two games.
* * *
A's, Browns Split
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Athletics spotted the St.
Louis Browns five runs in the first
inning and then came from be-
hind twice to win the second game
of the twi-night doubleheader 8-6
after taking the opener 7-3. The
twin victory ran the A's winning
streak to five straight.
Bosox 6, .Chicago 0.
BOSTON - Lefty Mel Parnell
won his 14th game of the season
for the Boston Red Sox and his
third shutout by holding the Chi-

JOHNNY GROTH
on spree
cago WhitedSox to three scattered
hits yesterday for a 6-0 victory.
The Bosox collected all but
one of their 11 hits off Randy
Gumpert, Chicago's starting
pitcher, who gave way in the
eighth for a pinch hitter. Par-
nell scored the 11th hit, his
third single of the day, off Gum-
pert's successor, Max Surkont.
It was Parnell's fourth straight
victory and his 17th complete
game in 21 starts this year.
Hard Rocks
Win Crown
IM Basketball competition came
to an end yesterday with both the
regular league title and the play-
offs being captured by the Hard
Rocks.
Sporting a record of four wins
and no defeats in the regular com-
petition, the champions defeated
the second place Sportsmen in two
straight games for the title. The
Sportsmen had a record of three
wins and one defeat.
The All Stars were third witlh a
record of 2-2; fourth were the
Bums with 1-3: and the Mich-
Coop finished fifth with a 0-4 rec-
ord.

Finals
JOE GORDON Hard Rocks vs. Chemistry
. homer wasted Dept. 5:30 today, S. Ferry Field.

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TODAY'S PITCHERS
New York at Pittsburgh-Jan-
sen (10-10) vs. Dickson (4-12).
Boston at Cincinnati-Spahn
(11-8) vs. Raffensberger (10-9).
Brooklyn at Chicago-Branca
(10-3) vs. Rush (8-11).
Philadelphia at St. Louis-
Heintzelman (13-3) vs. Brazle
(9-5).

TODAY'S PITCHERS
Cleveland at New York-Lem-
on (12-4) vs. Reynolds (10-1).
Chicago at Boston-Pierce (5-
8) vs. Kinder (10-5).
St. Louis at Philadelphia-
(night)-Garver (6-10) or Em-
bree (3-11) vs. Fowler (9-6).
Detroit at Washington-New-
houser (10-7) vs. Harris (2-7).

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