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FRIDAY; JULY 14, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tigers

Chew

Senators;

Phillies

Ease

Past

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CHEMISTS PULL TRIPLE PLAY:
Perfect Game Enlivens I-M Softball

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A perfect game and a triple play
grabbed the limelight in yester-
day's I-M softball play as six
teams swept to victory.
Jim Murphy, on the mound for
Ed's Boys, turned in a no-hit-no-
run performance whiffing 15 of
the men from Strauss House.
While Murphy kept Strauss from
reaching base, his mates bunched
five hits off Bob Holuster to build
. up a 6-run margin.
THE TRIPLE PLAY came when
the Chemists' shortstop, Don Mc-
Cave, grabbed a Hardrock liner
with two on, tagged one runner off
second and threw to first. The
Chemists ate into the Hardrocks
Y for seven runs to win, 7-1.
In other games yesterday, the
Goldbricks slugged the Archi-

tects, 2-1, on the five-hit pitch-
ing of Bob Atamanian.
The Pickups set down Lutheran
Chapel, 9-8; Tyler House whipped
Fights on TV,
May Be OK'd
NEW YORK-(")-The possi-
bility of September championiship
fights between Joe Louis and Ez-
zard Charles and Jake La Motta
and Ray Robinson, plus an ex-
pected break on the television
dispute had the boys smiling along
cauliflower row today.
The television dispute between
the IBC and the New York Boxing
managers may be settled today.

Anderson, 15-7; and Fletcher took
a slugfest from Cooley, 19-13.
BASKETBALL yesterday saw the
Berrien Bombers blast the Foul
Balls, 54-18, with Anderson sinking
21 for the winners.
The Fletcher Flashes licked
the Sportsmen, 42-19, as Bob
Peckham and Jim Jones shared
scoring honors with 14 points
each.
And the Hotrocks slipped past
the Buccaneers, 32-29, while the
No-Names forfeited to the All-
Stars.
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NO-HIT TWIRLER Murphy is
a former national tournament
competitor.
His club lost the game, 1-0.

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LOST-Man's -ruen wrist watch, July
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my subscriptionufrom the Student
Periodical Agency.)
LOST-Widesilver wedding band, floral
design with tiny sapphires and silver
ring with tragi-comic mask super-
imposed. Reward. Call D. Cammett,
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LOST-On Friday, June 30 in Williams
St. Laundromat-Gold ring with Chi-
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Bornn, Music School. )2
FOR SALE
'41 PLYMOUTH-4-door, good heater,
tires & mechanical condition. High-
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SKIIS-Men's laminated. Must sell this
week. Ph. 2-0910 before 10:30 a.m._ )24
GOLF CLUBS-Joe Kirkwood matched
set. 5 irons, 2 woods. Never used.
$29.95. Ph. 2-8692. )23
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Red Sox Win-
From Chi on'
Vollmer's Lit
WASHINGTON-()-Hal New-
houser set down a ninth inning
rally to win his ninth decision and
present Detroit a 5-2 victory over
Washington last night.
The triumph boosted the Tigers'
lead over rained out New York to
32 games.
* * *
NEWHOUSER, who allowed six
hits, owned a shutout until two
out were gone in the eighth, when
Eddie Yost reached first on an e -
ror and Cass Michaels belted a
home run into the left field bleach-
ers.
The Tigers nicked Sandalio
Consuegra, the loser, for a run
in the first inning on a single
by George Kell and Vic Wertz's
double. Detroit boosted its lead
to 3-0 in the second when John-.
ny Lipon doubled across two
runs.
Don Kolloway opened the sev-
enth with a single and ent all,
the way to third on Ostrowski's
error, scoring onNewhousers sir-
gle. The Tigers added their final
run in the ninth when Kell's long
fly scored Lipon from third.
* * *
BOSTON 8, CHICAGO 7
BOSTON -(A)- Clyde Vollmer,1
left field replacement for broken-
elbowed Ted Williams, homered
and doubled twice as the Boston
Red Sox topped the Chicago White
Sox, 8-7, in a game cut by rain to
seven and a half innings last night
before a 23-751 crowd.
Junior Stephens clouted his 19th
homer as right hander Willard
Nixon, making his first majorl
league start, was credited with the
pitching win.
Nixon, greeted at the outset by'
a three-run blasting, gave way to
Joe Dobson, in the seventh, just
before the first interruption by the
rain.
Dobson, during a 43-minute
suspension, lost his control and1
had to be rescued by lefty Maury
McDermott in the eighth, after
the Red Sox lead had been cut to
a single tally.c
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
the Tyrant" by Jean Anouilh. 8
p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Coming Events
Russian Circle Meeting, Monday,
July 17th, 7 o'clock at the Inter-
national Center. Program-Brief
Sketch of Nationalism in Russian
Music. Singing and refreshments.
All interested are welcome.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Detroit 50 26 .658
New York 47 30 .610
Cleveland 46 32 .590
Boston 43 35 .551
Washington 35 42 .455
Chicago 34 46 .425
Philadelphia 27 49 .355
St. Louis 27 49 .355
GAMES TODAY

NATION

GB
31/z
5
8
15%/
18
23
23

Cleveland at New York - Le-
mon (12-4) vs. Lopat (10-5) or
Byrne (9-3)
Detroit at Washington (N) -
Houtteman (11-6) vs. Marrero
St. Louis at Philadelphia -
(twi-night) - Garver (7-8) and
Widmar (3-5) or Johnson (3-
0) vs. Shantz (6-7) and Bris-
sie (3-13)
Chicago at Boston - Wight
(7-8) or Cain (5-7) vs. Dob-
son (9-7)

GAMES TODAY
New York at Pittsburgh (N)
- Jones (6-10) vs. Chambers
(8-8)
Brooklyn at Chicago - Pali-
ca (2-1) vs. Rush (9-8)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
- Miller (8-0) vs. Brecheen (5-
5)
Boston at Cincinnati - Spahn
(9-10) vs. Raffensberger (7-10)

Major League Standings

REMOVES SEVEN BONES:
Ted Williams To Play Again,
Surgeon Says After Operation

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Red Wings Unload Five

Philadelphia
St. Louis
Boston
Brooklyn
Chicago
New York
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh

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AL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
45 29 .608
43 31 .581
42 32 .568
38 33 .535
34 38 .472
.34 40 .459
30 44 .405
27 46 .370

GB
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3
10
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Swap Lumley, lose t0 Recs
Stewart, Get ST. LOUIS - (R)-Young Curt
Simmons stung the St. Louis Card-
Four Hawks inals with a four-hit performance
that gave Philadelphia a 3-2 vic-
tory last night and sent the Phil-
DETROIT-(AP)-Some of hoc- lies two games ahead in the Na-
key's best known players changed tional League race.
hands yesterday in a record nine- Home runs by Granny Hamner,
man National Hockey League trade Dick Sisler and Andy Seminick
between the Detroit Red Wings accounted for the Phillies' scores.
and the Chicago Black Hawks. * * *
Goalie Harry Lumley and de- IN GAINING his eleventh tri-
fenseman Jack Stewart led the umph of the year, Simmons struck
list of five players given up by out six men and walked but two.
the League and Stanley Cup cham- The Redbirds found it difficult
pion Wings. The other three were to get the ball out of the infld
left wing Pete Babando, defense-
man Al Dewsbury and center Don Victims of the defeat were start-
Morrison. er Howard Pollet, who left the
* * **game in the eighth for a pinch-
THE HAWKS, in return, gave hitter, and Al Brazle and Gerry
Detroit center Metro Prystai, left Staley.
wing Gaye Stewart, defenseman * * *
Bob Goldham and goalie Jim Hen- CHICAGO 6, BROOKLYN 4
ry.
It was Prystai who offered CHICAGO - (P) - The skidding
the most attractive bait to the Brooklyn Dodgers suffered a dou-
Wings. With the again Sid Abel ble setback today.
now heading up Detroit's num- Not only did the Chicago Cubs
ber one line, they were in need whip them, 6-4, but the defending
of a young, high-scoring cen- champions lost the services of
ter. their pitching ace, Preacher Roe,
The 22-year-old Prystai was oe hurtdisithins l
Chicago's leading goal-producer thRowing fast bal to Haink Sauer
last season with 29, which made k t h ni tanySaueo
him fourth best in the league. in the third inning, hit Andy Pano
* * * with a three-and-two pitch, and
LUMLEY, runner-up to Toron- retired when his forearm became
to's Turk Broda last year for the numb pitching to Bill Serena.
coveted Vezina Trophy, generally Brooklyn trainer Dr. Harold
is considered one of the best goal- Wendler diagnosed the injury as a
ies in the business. "knotted shoulder and nerve in-
volvement" and said that he could
But the Wings were in the not immediately tell how long the
fortunate position of having an- star southpaw would be out of
other top-notch net minder in action.
their organization - Terry * * *
Sawchuk of Indianapolis. CINCINNATI 7, BOSTON 3
Gaye Stewart, Chicago's third CINCINNATI--P)-The Cincin-
best goal-maker last year with nati Reds hopped on Johnny Sain
24, is likely to see considerable ac- fortfour runs in the eighth inning
tion on a Detroit line. Goldham, last night to whip the Boston
a hard body-checker, probably will Braves, 7-3, and chalk up their
have a tough time winning a reg- fifth straight victory.
ular job among Detroit's many ETed Kluszewski, Tommy Holmes,
defensemen. Earl Torgeson, and Grady Hatton
hit home runs.
* * *
Filchock Returns HERMAN WEHMEIER, winning
his eighth game as against nine
PHILADELPHIA - (P) - Bert defeats, held the Braves to four
Bell, National Football League ,hits. Johnny Sain yielded 10 hits
commissioner, yesterday ended with three of them going to Klus-
the indefinite suspension of Frank zewski.
Filchock, New York Giants' star, The victory gave Cincinnati's
barred from the league three years seventh place club 15 triumphs in
ago after he was offered a bribe. its last 21 games.

BOSTON-(A')-Ted Williams
the Boston Red Sox' fractured-
elbowed $125,000 slugger, last
night was given some chance of
playing again this season by the
surgeons who removed seven bone
fragments earlier in the day.
Williams was reported "resting
comfortably" in a nearby Cam-
bridge hospital after a 75-minute
operation that Drs. Joseph Short-
ell and Ralph McCarthy described
as "very successful."
* * *
DR. SHORTELL, an outstand-
ing orthopedic specialist, express-
ed confidence that Williams, base-
ball's highest-salaried performer,
not only would recover full use
of his left arm but also would be
able to play again. But he de-
clined to estimate the time one of
Intercultural Retreat, Sunday,
to Wampler's Lake. Leave Lane
Hall at 8:30 a.M. Approximate
cost, 80 cents, includes lunch and
transportation. Please make re-
servations by Saturday morning
at Lane Hall.
Mathematics Colloquium will
meet Tuesday, July 18 at 4:15
p.m. in Rm. 3011 Angell Hall.
Visiting Professor B. Eckman of
the Zurich Technological Insti-
tute will speak on "Spaces with
Generalized Means."
Saturday Luncheon Discussion
Group, 12:15, Lane Hall. Guest
speaker, Chancellor T. R. Milford
on the subject: "British Student
Christian Movement." Please make
reservations by 6 p.m., Friday, at
Lane Hall.

baseball's all-time outfield stars
would be sidelined.
Dr. McCarthy, the club's reg-
ular physician, gave a more en-
couraging report.
"We do not anticipate a second
operation," he said. "It will be
several weeks before Ted regains
normal motion of his arm. We
hope he will be ready to play
again before the end of this sea-
son."
Meanwhile Steve O'Neill, Red
Sox manager, said Clyde Vollmer
wouldtake over left field here
against the Chicago White Sox.
"No player can take Williams'
place," O'Neill said. "Vollmer is
a good fielder and hitter but if he
fails to fill the bill, I'll try some-
body else."
Williams missed 10 games early
this season with a virus infection
and a sprained wrist..
Two years ago, he was out for
18 games when he pulled a muscle
making a catch against the wall
in Yankee Stadium. He also was
out for short intervals in 1941
and 1939 with a chipped ankle and
tonsilitis.

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Pulitzer Prize Play with Thomas Mitchell....
and Members of the Original Broadway Cast
SHOSTAKOVICH: TRIO IN E-MINOR
PROKOFI EFF: QUARTET NO. 2 IN F .......
MILHAUD: CANTATA OF THE CHILD
AND THE MOTHER.....................
MILHAUD: THE HOUSEHOLD MUSE
FRANCK: PIANO QUINTET IN F-MINOR
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