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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1950

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Majors To Fare Well
In Draft, but Minors .

ANOTHER FIESTA FOR 'JUNIORS?'

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AL Seeks All-Star Win No. 13 ",at Cli

NEW YORK-(P)-How will the
military draft affect baseball?
Nobody knows for sure but the
black headlines were the subject
of discussion in most major lea-
gue dugouts.
APPROXIMATELY 25 per cent
or about 100 of the 400 in the
major league player pool are with-
in the 19-through 25 age limit.
Most of them, however, are World
War IT veterans, exempt from the
draft by law.
The minors, of course, are a
different problem. Most of
'taint Fair!
NEW YORK-(A)-The prosecu-
tor didn't even have to leave home
to get evidence against two base-
ball fans accused of running onto
the field during Friday night's
New York-Boston game at Yankee
Stadium.
The men were fined $25 each
yesterday after Assistant District
Attorney Joseph Tiger told the
court he saw the episode - via

their players fit into the 19-
tlrough-25 pattern. Any in-
tensive use of the draft could
force a talent shortage.
Few of the "big names" in base-
ball come under the draft ages.
Ted Williams, the Boston Red
Sox' $125,000 salaried star, is31.
Joe DiMaggio, the Yankees' $100,-
000 ace, is 35. And both, of course,
served in the last war.
THE BIG GUNS of the Na-
tional League, like Pittsburgh's
Ralph Kiner, St. Louis' Stan Mu-
sial and Brooklyn's Jackie Robin-
son, all are over age. But many
of Robinson's Brooklyn team-
mates are still young enough to
go.
The Dodgers, Philadelphia
Phils and Chicago Cubs could
be hardest hit by a wholesale
draft. But until complete data
on World War II service records
are available, any count of noses
would be impossible.
Detroit has several key men in
the under-26 group and the Yan-
kees have several right on the
border line.

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Major League Standings

Phila
St. L
Bosto
Brool
Chica
New
Cinci
Pitts

NATIONAL
W
delphia 44
ouis 43
Dn 41
klyn 37
ago 33
York 34
nnati 27
burgh 26
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TODAY'S

LEAGUE
L Pet.
28 .611
29 .597
31 .569
32 .536
36 .478
39 .466
44 .380
46 .361
GAMES

GB
51
512
91,4
101/
16%/
18

Detrc
New
Cleve
Bost
Chica
Wash
Phila
St. L

AMERICAN
oit 49
York 46
eland 44
on 42
ago 34
hington 34
delphia 26,
ouis 26
TODAY'S,

LEAGUE
L Pet.
24 .671
30 .605
32 .579
34 .553
44 .436
40 .459
48 .351
49 .347
GAMES

GB
4142
611
81,
171/
151/
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Brough Nets
Three Titles
WIMBLEDON - (4P) - Louise
Brough, the blonde from Beverly
Hills, Calif., scored a tennis grand
slam yesterday when she retained
two of her all-England titles and
shared another before an admir-
ing throng of 20,000 on Wimble-
don's ancient center court.
Miss Brough defeated Mrs.
Margaret Osborne DuPont in
the all-American women's sing-
les final, then joined with Mrs.
Dupont two and one-half hours
later to win the doubles.
Following a 30-minute rest, Miss
Brough and Eric Sturgess defeat-
ed Mrs. Pat Todd and Geoff
Brown in the mixed doubles.

Shotton, Stengel Name 8
Hurlers for Summer Classic

Philadelphia at Brooklyn--Mey-
er (4-7) vs. Palica (1-1).
New York at Boston - Maglie
(4-1) or Kramer (1-5) vs. Bick-
ford (8-6).
St. Louis at Pittsburgh-Lanier
(8-2) vs. Queen (2-7).
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)-Fox
(2-6) and Raffensberger (6-10) vs.
Rush (9-7) and Lade (4-2).

Boston at New York - Dobson
(9-6) xs. Lopat (9-5).
Cleveland at Detroit (2)-Lemon
(11-4) and Garcia (6-5) vs. Hout-
teman (11-5) and"' Hutchinson
Washingtonat Philadelphia (2)
-Hudson (8-6) and Kuzava (3-6)
vs. Fowler (0-2) andKellner (5-7).
Chicago at St, Inis - Pierce
(6-7) vs. Garver (6-9)).

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FROM 1 P.M.

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CHICAGO - (P) - The major
league All-Star game will return to
Chicago's Comiskey Park Tuesday,'
the site of the first All-Star classic
17 years ago.
Since the big show has been on
the road it has been a fiesta for
American League fans. The junior
leaguers have won 12 games in 16
tries, including last year's 11-7 de-
cision at Brooklyn. The National
League's last win came in 1944.
CASEY STENGEL, manager of
the New York Yankees,and Burt
Shotton, Brooklyn pilot, inherited
BROOKLYN - (A') - Bart
Shotton said yesterday Robin
Roberts, star righthander of the
Philadelphia Phillies, will start
against the American League in
the annual game Tuesday.
the job of directing the 1950 All-
Stars by leading their teams into
the World Series last fall.
The nation's grandstand man-
agers-3,167,326 fans-in a 20-day
poll named eight starters each for
Stengel and Shotton. The mana-
gers selected the remainder of
their lineups, including pitchers,
to complete a 25-player squad.
* * *
HERE'S A LIST of the 16 start-
ing elected warriors who must
play a minimum of three innings
unless injury or illness prevents:

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1:

NATIONAL
lb, Stan Musial, St. Louis.
2b, Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn.
3b, Willie Jones, Philadelphia.
ss, Marty Marion, St. Louis.
OF, Enos Slaughter, St. Louis.
OF, Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh.
OF, Hank Sauer, Chicago.
C, Roy Campanella, Brooklyn.
TOMMY BYRNE of the Yank-
ees and Ted Gray of Detroit, are
Stengel's left-hand pitching choic-
es to go with six righthanders.
They are Vic Raschi and Allie
Reynolds, also from New York;
Art Houtteman of Detroit; Bob
Feller and Bob Lemon, of the In-
dians, and the aforementioned
Scarborough.
* * * .
H E R E ' S SHOTTON'S firing
squad:
Preacher Roe and Don New-
combe, from his own Dodgers; Ro-
bin Roberts and Jim Konstanty,
Philadelphia; Larry Jansen, New
York; Warren Spahn, Boston; Ew-
ellBlackwell, Cincinnati, and Bob
Rush, Chicago.

AMERICAN
lb, Walter Dropo, Boston.
2b, Bobby Doerr, Boston.
3b, George Kell, Detroit.
ss, Phil Rizzuto, New York.
OF, Ted Williams, Boston.
OF, Walter Evers, Detroit.
OF, Larry Doby,sCleveland.
C, Larry Berra, New York.

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PHILLIES ON TOP:
Cards Lose as Phils
Top Bums, Reds Coast

HalWins,-54
Bosox Trim
Rasehi on HR
Brissie Cops Third
In SenatorSnuffing
DETROIT-O)--T h e,- trt
Tigers, handcuffed for six innings
by righthander Steve Gromek of
the Cleveland Indians, shelled hii
from the mound in a five-run,
five-hit seventh inning to wi
5-4 yesterday and increase their
American League lead to four and
a half games.
The Indians built an, early
four-run lead on successive ho-
mers by Luke Easter and Larry'
Doby in the third and by Joe
Gordon in the fourth. They ad-
ded a fourth run in the seventh
on a two-base error and Easter's
single.
That lead looked mighty big
the way Gromek was going for he
had a no-hitter until George Kei
singled with two out in the sixth
inning.
Cleveland 002 100 100-4 7 1.
Detroit 000 000 50x-5 7 1
Gromek, Flores (7), Pierett
(8) and Regan, Murray .(8),
Newhouser, rout (8) and Robin-
son.
* * *
NEW YORK--(A)-The Bostk
Red Sox turned back the New
York Yankees, 4-2, yesterday with
stocky Vern Stephens supplying
the margin of victory with a two-
run homer, his 18th of the season.
Stephens unloaded in the
sixth inning with Ted Williams
aboard off the "Springfield Ri-
fle," Vic Raschi.
The blow snapped a 2-2 tie a4d
gave Walt Masterson his fourth
victory and second at the expense
of the Yanks.
Boston 200 002 000-4 5 0
New York 000 200 000- 7 1
Masterson and Tebbetts; Ras-
chii and Berra
PHILADELPHIA (A) -- Loa
Brissie put the Washington Sena-
tors down with three hits yesto-
day as the Philadelphia Athletics
won, 6-0.
It was the first shutout Bris-
sic has hurled in three years in
the majors and one in the m.
nors.
Brissie won his third game of
the year against 13 losses, the
largest loss record in the majors
this season. The hard luck left-
hander walked only one.
Washington 000 000 000r-0 3 2
Philadelphia 031 001 01x-6110
Sima, Pearce (3), Ross (8)
and Evans, Grasso (8); Brissie
and Guerra
* * *
ST. LOUIS-(P)--The St. Louis
Browns outdistanced Chicago 114
5 in the second game of a twi-
night doubleheader last night af-
ter the White Sox rallied fo a
7-5 victory in the opener.
Chicago 000 0020500-7 15 1
St. Louis 301 010 000-5 8 0
Holcombe, Aloma (6), Judson
(7), Scarborough (9) .and Masi;
Overmire, Marshall (7), Bru-
ner (7) and Moss.
Chicago 000 221 000- 5 11 0
St. Louis 401 200 1x-11 12 0
Haefner, Judson (3), Kretlow
(5), Aloma (7) and Niarhos; P11-
lette, Starr (8) ad Lollar.
Ominous Victory?
HENLEY - ON - THAMES, ng-

land - P) - Harvard and Kent
School helped denude Great Bri-
tain of a bundle of fancy hard-
ware by winning the senior and
junior crea races in yesterday's
Royal Henley Regatta.
Crimson crews carried home the'
Grand Challenge Cup previously
in 1914 and 1939. Both times they
kept the huge silver mug fiveyears
during wartime blackouts.
Kenneth Keniston, of Ann Ar-
bor, was No. 2 man on the Harvard
crew. He is the son of Dean Hay-
ward Keniston of the University
literary college.
My Sweetie Breezes
WINDSOR, Ont. - (R) - My
Sweetie, the 1949 Gold Cup Cham-
pion, had little competition as she
breezed over a smooth Detroit Riv-
er course yesterday to take the
Maple Leaf International Speed-
boat Trophy.

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excellent condition with cyclometer
and carrier. $40.00. Call 7174. )18
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717 N. University
Near Auditorium
Jewelers in Ann Arbor
--since 1 858

BROOKLYN-()-Big Bill Ni-
cholson and Jim Konstanty, twb
veterans on Philadelphia's amaz-
ing whiz kids, teamed up yester-
day to give the Phils a 4--1 victory
over the Brooklyn Dodgers and un-
disputed possession of first place
in the National League pennant
race.
Nicholson delivered a game win-
ning three-run pinch-homer with
two out in the ninth inning.
It marked the second time this
season that the 35-year-old Ni-
cholson has beaten the Dodgers
with a pinch-homer.
Philadelphia 000 000 013-4 7 1
Brooklyn 100 000 000-1 4 1
Roberts, Konstanty (8) and
Seminick; Newcombe and Cam-
panella, Edwards (8).
* * *
PITTSBURGH - (A') - Jack
Phillips, a reserve infielder and
pitcher, smashed a pinch-hit grand
slam homer into the Pirate bull-
pen in the ninth inning yester-
day to give Pittsburgh a dramatic

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7-6 edge over the St. Louis Cardi-
nals.
The Cards had a 6-3 lead going
into the ninth.
* * *
The win marked the first time
since May that the cellar-dwelling
Buccos have managed to win two
games in a row. Ralph Kiner
slapped his 24th home run of the
season in the fourth.
St. Louis 202 002 000-6 14 1
Pittsburgh 000 120 004-7 11 1
Munger, Brecheen (5) and
Rice; Chambers, Dickson (4)
and Mueller
CHICAGO-(A)-Herman Weh-
meier scattered nine hits and led
the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-1 tri-
umph over the Chicago Cubs yes-
terday.
Cincinnati routed J o h n n y
Schmitz in the first inning for
his sixth defeat.
Cincinnati 103 000 001-5 12 1
Chicago 000 100 000-1 9 0
Wehmeier and Pr a m e s a;
Schmitz, Voiselle (1), Klipp-
stein (3) and A. Walker.
* * *
BOSTON - (R), - Switch hitter
Sam Jethroe banged out three of
the Boston Braves' 10 hits, includ-
ing his ninth homer, as Bob Chip-
man turned back the New York
Giants, 4-2, last night before a
21,885 crowd.
Chipman turned in a four hitter
for his fifth win of the season and
had a shutout going until the
eighth inning.
Nev York 000 000 020-2 4 1
Boston 101 000 20x-4 10 2
Koslo, Maglie (8) and Westrum;
Chipman and Crandall.

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Soboleski to Lions.I
DETROIT - (P) - The Detroit
Lions announced yesterday a
straight player trade which sends
tackle George Hekkers to the
Washington Redskins for guard
Joe Soboleski, former Michigan-
star.
Soboleski, winner of four foot-
ball letters at Michigan, played
separate positions on the Wolver-
ines' 1947 and 1948 Western Con-
ference championship teams.

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