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SUNDAY,

JULY 3, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Diffaggio Named to All
Star Squad by Boudreau

SOME SWEETIE!
Cantrell Wmins Gold Cup
Piloting 'My Sweetie'

Yankees, Dodgers Increase Leads

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CHICAGO--(P)-Joltin' Joe Di-
maggio, now in a roaring come-
back after being a fixture among
the New York Yankee halt and
lame, will be back doing business
as usual at the All-Star stand in,
Brooklyn July 12.
The re-winged Yankee clipper
yesterday was named to the-Amer-
ican League squad for baseball's
Major League classic in a special
appointment by All-Star manager
Williams Meets
Ward Today
For Link Title
AMES, Ia.-(P)-Slender Mor-
ris Williams, Jr., a 19-year-old
University of Texas student, and
Harvie Ward of North Carolina, a
tourney veteran at 23, will clash
today for the National Collegiate
Golf Championship.
They came through today with
semifinal round triumphs on the
treacherous 6,055 yard Iowa State
College course.
* * *
WARD, WHOSE HOME is in
Tarboro, N.C., and who was the
1948 North-South amateur cham-
pion, did not have serious trouble
in eliminating Tommy Veech, the
big boy from Notre Dame, 4 and
They halved the first five holes
before Ward won two in a row
and never lost his lead after
that. Veech had defeated Arnold
Palmer, Wake Forest's tourna-
ment medalist in the quarter
finals.
Williams earned his champion-
shi? match position with a sizzling
comeback to' oust Eli Bariteau, 20-
year-old California amateur cham-
pion representing San Jose State,
1 up on the 18th green.
* * *
BARITEAU fired a sub par blast
at Williams that was good for a
three hole lead at the end of 11
holes. Eli was three under par
at that point and Williams was
even with perfect figures.

Lou Boudreau of the Cleveland In-
dians.
* * * ,
DI MAGGIO, named to 10 prev-
ious All-Star contests, didn't get
a tumble in the recent poll of
4,637,000 fans for the simple rea-'
son that the "grandstand coaches"
figured the only way he could get
to the game was in a wheel-chair.
So Boudreau used his preroga-
tive of selecting whomever he
chose beyond the, eight non-
pitching starters picked by the
fans.
Boudreau, in a statement re-
leased through the American
League office, emphasized that
picking outfielder DiMaggio was
just a matter of honoring a great
Elliott To Coach
CORVALLIS, Ore.-()-The
Oregon State College footall
caching staff was completed to-
day with the appointment of
Pete Elliott, Michigan Star, as
end coach.
Though he played right half
and quarterback at Michigan,
Elliott will be end coach here.
He may also be one of the chief
scouts.
player. He invited DiMag to join
the squad more than two weeks
ago, well before Joe bounced out
off the crippled list with his big
war-club booming this week.
* * *
"DI MAGGIO SAID he would
like to be on the All-Star squad,"
explained Boudreau. "I felt he be-
longed on it, even though he had
not played because of injury (for
the Yankees first 65 games), and
I wanted him on the teamI'm to
manage.
Under the mandate of the fans,
Boudreau must play the outfield
of Boston's Ted Williams and Dom
DiMaggio in left and center, and
New York's Tom Henrich in right
for the first three innings.
THUS, THE PROSPECT is that
big Joe will come into the game as
a replacement for "little brother"
Dom, who did a whale of a job
maintaining the DiMaggio prestige
during Joe's injured-heel conva-
lescing respite.

DETROIT - (M) - Wild Bill
Cantrell, who is equally at home
in a racing car or a speedboat,
drove his My Sweetie to victory in
the 42nd annual Gold Cup speed-
boat race yesterday. Cantrell won
the second and third heats of the
90 mile race after finishing third
in the opening 30-mile sprint.
Cantrell piled up 1425 points in
the speedboat classic to edge out
R. Stanley Dollar, Jr.'s Skip-A-
Long which finished second in
each of the three heats.
SUCH CRUST I of Detroit, driv-
en by Danny Arena, won the
opening heat, but wound up in
the show position in the final two
runs. Dollar had 1,300 points and
Arena 850.
Cantrell got a bad break in
the opening heat when his foot
throttle broke, but he completed
emergency repairs as most of
the field lapped him, and came
back strongly for the No. 3 spot.
In the last two heats, Cantrell
got off to a big lead by beautiful
All Stars
Two Michigan stars, guard
and captain Dom Tomasi and
tackle Joe Soboleski, and Ohio
State's. captain,. guard. Dave
Templeton, have been named
to the all-star football squad.
handling of his craft at the take-
off. In each case, he moved into
a fairly sizeable lead in the first
of the 12 laps and won easily.
CANTRELL, WHO drove in the
Indianapolis Speedway 500 Mile
Race the last two years, gave the
rest of the small field a driving
lesson as he handled his boat
flawlessly.
At the end of the first two
heats, it was a three-way choice
between My Sweetie, Skip-A-
Long and Such Crust I to see

which would grab the coveted
Gold Cup title.
Cantrell settled that question
in a hurry as he gunned his boat
across the starting line of third
30-mile leg and zoomed ar'ound
the 21,2 mile course at an 85.731
mile per hour clip for the fastest
lap of the race.
From then on it was all Can-
trell, as the Louisville Marine sales
company executive turned back
all challenges with ease.
Cantrell explained after the
race that his trouble in the open-
ing heat came when his throttle
jammed. He tried to release it,
but when this failed he kicked it
loose and fed the gas in with a
hand lever while steering with
one hand the rest of the way.
B roughTakes
Womens Title
At Wimbledon
LONDON-0P)-Louise Brough,
the Beverly Hills, Calif., Blonde
outlasted Margaret Osborne du
Pont of Wilmington, Del., 10-8,
1-6, 10-8, in a gruelling duel to
win the women's singles title in
the Wimbledon tennis champion-
ship yesterday.
It was the second straight Wim-
bledon triumph for the sturdy
Miss Brough.
She thus joined Ted Schroeder
of La Cresenta, Calif., ,who cap-
tured the men's singles yesterday,
in giving Americans a virtual mo-
nopoly on the ancient British
court championships.
Frank Parker and Pancho Gon-
zales of Los Angeles whipped
Schroeder and Gardnar Mulloy of
Miami, Fla., in the men's doubles,
6-4, 6-4, 6-2, while Miss Brough
and Mrs. du Pont took the wo-
men's doubles with an 8-6, 7-5
victory over Gussie Moran of San-
ta Monica, Calif., and Mrs. Pat
Todd of La Jolla, Calif.

By The Associated Press
The Detroit Tigers took over
third place, from the Cleveland
Indians, edging the Chicago White
Sox, 7-6, in 11 innings as the In-
dians bowed, 4-2, to the St. Louis
Browns.
Don Kolloway, formerly of the
White Sox, broke up the game
when he singled home George Kell
in the third extrasframehatgDe-
troit. Pat Mullin sent the game

first when Ted Williams tripled
and scored on Vern StephensF
single. The A's took the lead in
the third, scoring twice on singles
by Mike Guerra, Don White, Ferris
Fain and Sam Chapman.
THE LOSS SPOILED bonus
lefty Charles Stobbs' celebration of
his 20th birthday. The Sox are
ten full games behind the Yanks.
Karl Drews, with aid in the
ninth from Ned Garver, stopped
the Indians on three hits. Drews
hit a batter and walked another
and had two balls on Larry
Doby when Garver came on.
Garver completed the walk to
Doby, got Joe Gordon to fly out,
yielded a single to Lou Boudreau
and then induced Bob Kennedy
to force Doby at third for the
final out.
Bob Lemon started for Cleve-
land and was trailing, 1-0, going
into .the top of the ninth when
he was tagged for a three run
homer by Roy Sievers.
* * *
WASHINGTON PITCHERS held
Joe DiMaggio homerless for the
second straight game yesterday
but the Yankee Clipper drove
home four runs on a pair of singles
to spark the New York Yankees
to a 10-2 triumph over the Sen-
ators.
DiMaggio, who was named to
the American League's All-Star
team before the game, singled
home two runs in the first in-
ning and delivered two more in
the eighth with his second hit.
Between the two safeties Di-
Maggio flied out twice and
grounded out once.
Since he began playing last
Tuesday, DiMaggio has driven
home 13 runs in five games and
has extended a hitting streak that
began last season to 18 consecutive
games.
THE NATIONAL League's front-
running Brooklyn Dodgers came
from behind and beat the New
York Giants, 13-8, in a home run
battle at the Polo Grounds. Each
team belted four homers.
After the Giants had built up
an 8-4 lead on round-trippers by
Bobby Thomson, Sid Gordon,
Ray Mueller and Willard Mar-
shall in the first five innings, the
Dodgers went to, town.
Gene Hermansky tied the count
at 8-8 with a grand slam homer
in the sixth. Pee Wee Reese broke
the tie with his tenth round-
tripper in the eighth and Carl
Furillo and Reese insured the ver-
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DON KOLLOWAY
. ..singled in the eleventh
into overtime with a homer in the
bottom of the ninth.
* * *
LEFTY TOMMY BYRNE went
the distance for the Yanks to gain
his sixth triumph. Byrne yielded
seven hits and walked seven
batters. The Senators scored both
of their runs in the third when
Sam Mele clubbed a two-out triple
with two on.
The victory was the Yankees'
fifth straight and it enabled
them to maintain their five-
and one-half game lead over the
runnerup Philadelphia Athletics.
The A's downed the Boston Red
Sox, 3-1, behind the four-hit
pitching of Joe Coleman.
Coleman gave up a run in the

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(Continued from Page 2)

positions by Mozart, DeCrucz, and
Beethoven.
Student Recital: Albert Buswell,
graduate student of tuba with
Harold Ferguson, will present a
program at 8:00 p.m., Wednesday,
July 6, in the Rackham Assembly
Hall, in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for, the Master of
Music degree. His program will
include composition's by Galliard,
Busser, Barat, Morel, Tournemire,
Clerisse, and Ibert.
Exhibitions
Museum of Art, Alumni Memor-

ial Hall. Drawings by Isamu No-
guchi (July 7-31). Islamic pot-
tery from the collection of the
College of Architecture and De-
sign.
Rackham Galleries. Paintings
by Willard MacGregor, Visiting
Professor of Piano, School of Mu-
sic (July 8-August 5), East Gal-
lery.
Architecture Building. Exhibit
of student work in design and in
city planning. (June 9-August 13).
University Museums Building,
rotunda. Arctic birds, by George
Miksch Sutton.
(Continued on Page 4)

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