FRIDAY, TJLY-7, 1950.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cardinals Score 10 in First Inning To Beat 1
Phils Knock Giants, 9-6;
Brooks Slug Braves, 8-3
No-hit, No-run Game Hurled
By Murphy for Ed's Boys
New York 45
- Washington 33
St. Louis 24
Chicago at St. Louis (2-twi-
night)-Cain (4-7) and Gumpert
(2-4) vs. Dorish (3-7) and Wid-
mar (3-5). -
Cleveland at Detroit (night)-
Feller (8-6) vs. Gray (9-3).
Washington at Philadelphia
(night)-Marrero (4-4) vs. Hoop-
Boston at New York (night)-
Parnell (6-7) vs. Reynolds (7-6).
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St. Louis 43
New York 34
ST. LOUIS-(A )-One inning
- the first -. was all the St.
Louis Cardinals needed to beat
the. Cincinnati Reds last night.
The Redbirds pounded in 10 runs
in that frame to start off toward
a 13 to 1 decision.
Sixteen Cardinals trooped to
the plate to face three Cincinnati
pitchers in "the inning." Red
Schoendienst made two of the
outs, striking out the first time
against Ewell Blackwell, the loser.
Schoendienst was the only Red-
bird not to hit in the game.
It was the 12th consecutive vic-
tory for the Redbirds in Sports-
man's park and their seventh in
the current winning streak.
PHILLIES 9, GIANTS 6
PHILADELPHIA - (11') - The
Philadelphia Phillies advanced to
within a half-game of first place
yesterday by overpowering the
New York Giants, 9-6.
The Phils collected 10 hits, in-
cluding three home runs, off a
trio of Giant hurlers. Sheldon
Jones was the starter and loser,
with Monte Kennedy and Clint
Hartung following him.
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BOB MILLER, sensational rook-
ie righthander of the Phils, started
and posted his eighth victory
against no defeats. He needed help,
however, from Jim Konstanty, af-
ter being knocked out of the box
in thensixth inning.
Willie Jones slammed his .16th
home run for the Phils, Andy Se-
minick his seventh and Granny
Hamner his fifth. Bobby Thomson'
his the lone Giant round tripper,
DODGERS 8, BRAVES 3
BROOKLYN - 0P) - Two run
homers by Ed Miksis and Gil
Hodges paced the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers to an 8-3 victory over the Bos-
ton Braves last night. Lefty
Preacher Roe went all the way for.
Brooklyn to post his 10th victory.
Del Crandall and Bob Elliott hom-
ered in the second inning for Bos-
Miksis, subbing for the injured
Jackie Robinson, and Roy Cam-
panella, who broke a 19 for 0 hit-
less streak, led a 16-hit attack on
Warren Spahn and Vern Bickford
with three hits each.
ROBINSON, missing a Brook-
lyn game for the first time since
June 2, 1948 and ending a streak
of 340 consecutive games, was
available for pinch hitting purpos-
es, if necessary. However, Roe had
the situation well in hand after
Miksis hit his first homer of the
season with one on in the fifth.
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CUBS 4, PIRATES 2
Cubs routed Bill Werle with a
three-run uprising in the eighth
inning here yesterday and de-
feated the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4
to 2. The Cubs split the two-game
Mickey Owen opened the rally
with a single and Phil Cavarretta
doubled. After Hank Sauer was
purposely passed, Murry Dickson
relieved Werle. Andy Pafko singled
two runs across. A walk and Roy
Amslley's double counted another.
* * .'.
PAUL MINNER scattered five
hits for his second victory of the
season. The only run off Werle
previous to the eighth was Sauer's
16th homer of the season.
Frank Murphy pitched a no-hit,
no run game for Ed's Boys to beat
the Anderson House squad, 13-0
in the top contest on the Intra-
mural Sports Department's softball
Murphy faced only 18 batters
in the six-inning affair, par for
the course, and struck out the
amazing total of 14.
TYLER HOUSE edged Cooley
House, 19-18, as the residence
halls got their diamond activities
under way. Fletcher Hall shut-
out Strauss House, 18-0, in the
other dorm game.
In other games, the Architects
outslugged the Pick-ups, 13-8;
Lambda Chi Alpha had an easy
time with the Alpha Chi Sigma's,
7-1; the Hardrocks edged the
Lutheran Chapel, 12-11; and
Chemistry trounced the Gold-
The Intramural Department's
second co-recreation night will be
held this evening at the I-M Build-
ing from 7:30 until 9:30.
THE MAIN attraction, as it has
been in summers past, will be the
swimming pool. But the free ad-
mission will be a big inducement
to others to try their hand at such
diverse kinds of recreational pos-
sibilities as badminton, tennis,
handball, paddle ball, volley ball,
gymnastics, ping pong, and squash.
Co-rec nights every Friday will
continue through the rest of the
All men interested in playing
basketball this summer will meet
this afternoon at the main office
of the Sports Building at 5:00 p.m.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer has call-
ed the meeting.
Hot-weather golfers will get a
crack at tournament play on July
11, when the qualifying rounds will
be ru noff on the University course.
Coach Katzenmeyer is still accept-
at the Club
TROON, Scotland-(, P)-Three
Americans clattered into the final
half of the British Open. Cham-
pionships yesterday but Dai Rees.
a Welshman with a putter that
worked like a fairy's wand, led
the pack with a two-round score
of 71-68 - 139.
WIMBLEDON, E n g.-- (P) -
Louise Brough and Mrs. Margaret
DuPont won the All-American
women's singles semifinals at
Wimbledon yesterday but most of
the capacity crowd couldn't have
NEW YORK-(IP)-Burt Shot-
ton, National League All-Star pi-
lot, asked for and received per-
mission from President Ford
Frick of the senior loop to replace
Hank Sauer of Chicago with
Duke Snider of Brooklyn in the
starting lineup of Tuesday's
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ST. LOUIS-M)--William O' De-
Witt, president of the St. Louis
Browns, denied yesterday that he
had been reproved by Baseball
Commissioner A. B. Chandler for
disicussing the possibility of mov-
ing the club from St. Louis.
"I -have neither talked with
Chandler nor heard from him by
wire or letter," DeWitt said.
Robinson, Dodgers 256 57 95
Kell, Tigers 290 61 107
Doby, Indians 235 54 84
Dropo, Red Sox 259 48 92
Musial, Cardinals 250 52 87
Slaughter, Cards 272 48 91
New York at Boston (night)
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (night)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (night)
Cincinnati at Chicago
JOE DIMAGGIO WORKS OUT AT FIRST BASE-The Yankee
Clipper fields a ball-in pre-game practice before yesterday's con-
test. DiMaggio has been experimenting with the new position
since he was called on to play the initial sack in a game with
Washington on July 3.
Home Runs: American League-
Rosen, Indians 25; Williams, Red
Sox 24; Dropo, Red Sox 19. Na-
tional League-Kiner, Pirates 22;
Snider, Dodgers 17; Gordon, Braves
16; Sauer, Cubs 16; Jones, Phillies
Yanks Sweep A's
222 Nickels Arcad
CLEVELAND -(p)- The Cleve-
land Indians completed sweeping
a two-game series yesterday by
beating the Chicago White Sox,
Early Wynn struck out 11 and
gave up only four hits in winning
his eighth game, his fifth in a row.
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HIS SINGLE in the fourth scor-
ed Roberto Avila and his double in
the sixth scored Jim Hegan. Avila
had walked and Hegan had sin-
Cleveland broke out of a two-
all tie in the sixth. After Wynn
had driven in Hegan, Dale Mit-
chell singled the pitcher home.
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NEW YORK - (P) -- The New
York Yankees defeated the Phila-
delphia Athletics yesterday, 5-4,
to sweep the two-game series.
The Yanks made the winning
run off relief pitcher Lou Brissie
with two out in the ninth inning
when Gene Woodling got an in-
field hit and scored on Yogi Ber-
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