SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1950
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Tickets for all performance are on
sale at the Mendelssohn box of-
flee open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
Congregational - Disciple - Evan-
gelical and Reformed Guild: Sup-
per at the Congregational Church
6 p.m. Chancellor Milford from
Lincoln Cathedral, England will
be our speaker.C
University Lutheran Chapel,
1511 Washtenaw: Service SundayC ad
at 10:30, with sermon by the Rev.
Alfred Scheips, "Faithful Teach-
ing-a Christian Duty."
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student BrooleynRo
Club, 1511 Wand Program Sunday at 5:30. Talk,
"Attitudes Toward Religion in the Rizzuto's Clu
Modern American Novel." tL L L F AU
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
4:30 p.m., Lane Hall (Fireside NEW YORK - (OP) - Glenn
Room). Rev. Peter Eldersveld, (Rocky) Nelson, fancy fielding
Radio Minister of the "Back to but light-hitting first baseman,
God Hour" of the Christian Re- came through in the clutch with
formed Church, will speak on the a pinch two-run double yester-
subject: "The Call of the Cross." day to spark the St. Louis Cardi-
Herman De Haas nals to an 8-6 victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies. The tri-
University Community Center, umph enabled the Red Birds to
Willow Village: Sun., July 16; 10:45 tie the Phils for first place in the
a.m., Village Church Fellowship National League pennant scram-
(interdenominational) - Church ble.
Services and Sunday School. 3:30 * *
p.m., Nursery Picnic. NELSON BATTED for winning
-npitcher Fred Martin in the eighth
Lyeto Lions inning after Jim Konstanty, the
DETROIT-(IP)-Bobby Layne, Phils' workhorse reliever, inten-
one of the Southwest's greatest tionally passed Del Rice to load
forward passers, yesterday joined the bases. Nelson doubled home
the Detroit Lions for the 1950 Na- two runs to break a 6-6 tie. Lefty
tioltal Football League season. Al Brazle stopped the Phils in the
Nelson, who was recalled re-
COLLEGIATE HAIR STYLES cently from Columbus of the
Specializing in American Association, to play
screw cuts first and allow Stan Musial to
personality styles return to the outfield, got off
- 7 hair utters - to a good start upon his retuin
TUE DASCOLA BARBERS -but then faltered. Musial, in-
Liberty off State
__________________________I jured in last night's game, re-
nps Over Chicago, 13 -
;ch Hit Beats Tribe, 4 -3
Major League Standings
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Jansen and the New York Giants.
Danny Murtaugh homered for
Pittsburgh's first run and Ralph
Kiner drove home the other with
a fly ball. The Giants scored in
the sixth on Tookie Gilbert's dou-
ble, a fly out and error by out-
fielder Gus Bell.
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turned to first base today and
collected two hits.
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RED SCHOENDIENST of the
Cards banged out four hits, in-
cluding two doubles. Enos Slaugh-
ter drove in three runs on a hom-
er and fly ball. Ed Waitkus col-
lected three of Philadelphia's 11
- The third place Boston Braves
remained two games off the
pace as they bowed 9-4, to the
improving Cincinnati Reds. The
Reds now have won 16 of their
last 23 games.
Willie (The Knuck) Ramsdell,
with help in the ninth from Herm
Wehmeier, picked up his fifth
victory. The Reds pounded lefty
Bob Chipman for three runs in
the first inning and routed him
with four more in the third. Ted
Kluszewski, Johnny Wyrostek, Joe
Adcock and Johnny Pramesa
paced Cincinnati's 17-hit attack
with three safeties apiece.
BROOKLYN'S fourth-p 1 a c e
Dodgers pounded out 14 hits, in-
cluding five home runs, to swamp
the Chicago Cubs, 13-5. The Dod-
gers trail the co-leaders by ony
Roy Campanella and Carl Fu-
rillo each scored a pair of ho-
mers and Duke Snider one as
Don Newcombe stopped the
Cubs on nine hits to gain his
first victory since June 17.
Lefty Bill Werle pitched the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a brilliant
2-1, two-hit triumph over Larry,
SECOND BASEMAN Ed Stanky
and Manager Leo Durocher of the
Giants were expelled from the
game in the first inning by Um-
pire Dusty Boggess. Stanky was
kicked out for disputing a called
strike and Durocher for continu-
ing the argument after Stanky
The . New York Yankees cut
Detroit's first place margin in
the American League to four
games by nosing out the Cleve-
land Indians, 4-3, in 10 innings.
The Tigers' scheduled game
with Washington was rained out.
Phil Rizzuto broke up the Yank-
Indian game by beating out a
bounder to shortstop Ray Boone
with two out and runners on first
and third. Pinch-runner Al Mar-
tin scored the winning run.
* *, * .
SHORTLY BEFORE he hit
safely, Rizzuto lifted a foul fly
to short right but first baseman
Luke Easter dropped the ball for
an error. Little Phil then came
through on his "second chance."
Switch-hitter Dave P h ill e y
banged two home runs and drove
in four runs to lead the Chicago
White Sox to a 7-3 victory over
the Boston Red Sox.
THE WHITE SOX spotted the
Red Sox three runs in the first
inning, then roared back with
five in the fifth - three arriving
on Philley's first barrier clout.
Randy Gumpert, who took
over the mound chores in the
last of the fourth for Chicago,
stopped the Red Sox on one hit
the rest of the way to gain the
victory. Rookie Dick Littlefield
was the loser.
The St. Louis Browns edged the
Philadelphia Athletics, 3-2, in 10
innings on rookie Tom Upton's
first major league homer. Dick
Fowler, went the route for the
first time this season, allowed the
Brownies only three hits, but two
of them were homers. Roy Sievers
cracked the other with one on in
the sixth. Ned Garver went the
distance for St. Louis to square
his record at 8-8.
Stephens, Red Sox ..
Williams, Red Sox ..
Dropo, Red Sox ....
Kiner, Pirates ......
Sauer, Cubs ........
Ennis, Phillies ......
Rosen, Indians ..............25
Williams, Red Sox ..........25
Kiner, Pirates ..............25
Stephens, Red Sox ..........20
Campanella, Dodgers ........18
Snider, Dodgers ............18
* * *
Chicago at New York- (2)-
Pierce (6-8) and Cain (5-7) vs.
Raschi (10-6) and Reynolds (8-6).
Cleveland at Boston-(2)-Gar-
cia (6-5) and Gromek (5-4) vs.
Parnell (6-7) and Masterson (4-
St. Louis at Washington-(2)-
Overmire (2-7) and Dorish (3-8)
vs. Kuzava (4-6) and Sima (1-2).
Detroit at Philadelphia-(2)-
Houtteman (11-6) and Gray (10-
3) vs. Hooper (8-6) and Kellner
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and Bickford (9-6) vs.
and Queen (3-7).
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