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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ational League

Tied

Three

Ways

AN

Cards Trim Brooks, 5-3;
Phillies Split Twin Bill

ST. LOUIS-0P)-The St. Louis
Cardinals turned the tables on the
iBrooklyn Dodgers last night, tak-
inig an early lead and a 5-3 deci-
sion behind the seven-hit pitching
of Al Brazle.
The triumph put the Redbirds in
a three-way tie with the Boston
blaves and the Philadelphia Phil-
lies for the National League's first
place.
ALL THE REDBIRD runs were
in the fourth inning. With ont
out, Red Schoendienst walked.
San Musial singled off Erv Palica
and Enos Slaughter doubled, scor-
ing Schoendienst. Bill Howerton
was walked intentionally and Tom-
my Glaviano struck out. Then Ed-
die Miller singled past Bobby Mor-
gan, scoring Musial and Slaughter.
Del Rice also singled, Howerton
crossing the plate.
Brazle closed the inning with
a'single, scoring Miller, but Al
was out trying to stretch the hit
to two bases.
The Dodgers pushed their first
run across in the fifth on Roy
Cainpanella's double, scoring Fur-
1110 from second. They threatened
in the ninth when, wtith two out,
Jackie Robinson singled and Carl
PtUillo followed' with a four-bag-
ger.
Except for the five hits and five
runs in the fourth Palica had the
Catds under control.
* * *
CHICAGO - (AP) - Bill Sere-
:a's ninth and 10th homeruns of
the season plus a seven-hit per-
foriance by Paul Minner gave
t he Chicago Cubs a 5 to 2 vic-
tory over Philadelphia yesterday.
Lut the Phillies knocked Bob
Rush' out of the box and slammed
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out a 8 to 3 triumph in the second
game of a doubleheader.
The Cubs made 14hits off Robin
Roberts, who pitched six innings.
* * * -
MICKEY OWEN helped himself
to three hits while Minner himself
made two hits and scored one of
the Cubs' five runs.
The Phillies blasted Bob Rush
off the mound in the second in-
ning of the second gamer They
continued the assault against
Johnny Vander Meer, Johnny
Schmitz and Dutch Leonard un-
til they had piled up 18 hits, in-
cluding Puddin' Head 'Jones'
19th homer of the season. Jones
also made two doubles and a
single while Eddie Waitkus and
Richie Ashburn each got three
singles.
The Cubs' three runs resulted
from Hank Sauer's 18th ,homer
of the season with two on in the
sixth inning. It was one of the
five hits off Emory Church, who
won his second victory of the
season, both over the Cubs.
* * *
BRAVES 11, PIRATES 3
PITTSBURGH-')-The Pitts-
burgh Pirates infield fell apart in
the fourth inning yesterday to
contribute five unearned runs to
an 11-3 Boston victory before 5,445
paying fans.
Walker Cooper hit his tenth
home run of the year with two
aboard in the second inning. Gus
Bell slammed his fifth in the sev-
enth with one on. It was Warren
Spahn's first 1950 victory over the
Bucs against three losses.
CINCINNATI -( P) - Cincin-
nati's red-hot Reds managed only
two hits off Monte Kennedy yes-
terday but one was Virgil Stall-
cup's fifth home run and the Red-
legs shaded the New York Giants,
1-0.
Howard Fox, who gave up seven
hits, was the winner before 2,967.
* * *
STALLCUP'S winning shot over
the left field fence came in the
third inning. Ted Kluszewski got
the other safe hit off luckless Ken-
nedy in the eighth inning, an in-
field roller to first base.
The Giants blew a fine chance
in the seventh.
With one out and New York
runners on second and.third, Con-
nie Ryan pulled the hidden ball
trick and tagged Kennedy out at
second.

Murphy Hit
For 2-1 Loss
Fletcher Hall Wins
Extra-inning Contest
Two of the finest pitchers in
the Intramural Softball Tourna-
ment hooked up in a real hurlers'
battle as Fletcher Hall edged Ed's
Boys, 2-1, in an extra-inning ball
game at Ferry Field yesterday.
Earl Haight of Fletcher came
out the winner in a contest which
saw a total of 23 men struckout.
Haight had 11 whiffs to his credit
while Jim Murphy of the 'Boys'
breezed an even dozen batters.
IT WAS the first loss for Mur-
phy who has been the hottest thing
in the league up to yesterday's
tilt. Even in defeat, however, he
allowed but three hits. He already
has a no-hitter on his record.
Ed's Boys touched Haight for
five safeties but they committed
two errors,
Three other close games high-
lighted yesterday's card. Cooley
House got by Anderson House, 9-
8, the Hardrocks squeaked by the
Pickups, 5-4, and Strauss House
managed a 8-7 win over Tyler
House.
Chemistry had an easier time
trouncing the Architects, 6-2, and
Lutheran Chapel walked over the
Goldbricks, 10-3.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Summer Session, Room 3510 Admin-
istration Building, by 3:00 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 16-S
Notices
Students, College of Engineer-
ing: The final day for DROPPING
COURSES WITHOUT RECORD
will be Friday, July 21. A course
may be dropped only with the
permission of the classifier after
conference with the instructor.
W. J. Emmons, Secretary
School of Business Administra-
tion: Students from other Schools
and Colleges intending to apply
for admission for the fall semester
should secure application forms in
Rm. 150, School of Business Ad-
ministration, as soon as possible.
College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, Schools of.Education,
Forestry, Music, 'and Public Health
-Students, who received marks of
I, X, or "no report" at the close
of their last semesteraor summer
session of attendance, will receive
a grade of E in the course or
courses unless this work is made
up by July 26. Students, wishing
an extension of time beyond this
date in order to make up this
(Continued on Page 4)

TED WILLIAMS
relaxing
* * *
The Boston Red Sox star is
catching up on his reading at
Sancta Maria Hospital at Cam-
bridge, Mass. Ted shattered the
radius of his left arm in the first
inning of the All-Star Game in
Chicago, chasing Ralph Kiner's
smash.
Major League
Standings
* *

'Robbie' Out
'G' forSkip
Sugar Ray to Defend ;
Title Against Fusari
SCRANTON, Pa. - (iP) - Sugar
Ray Robinson was fined $1,000
yesterday by the Pennsylvania
State Athletic Commission for
failure to keep a 15-round en-
gagement against Jose Basora
here tonight.
The action was taken by Com-
mission Chairman George J. Jones,
Jr., several hours after Robinson
had signed a contract to defend
his world welterweight title Aug.
9 against Charley Fusari at Jersey
City for the benefit of the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund. Robinson Ar
will donate all except one dollar by
of his share of the purse to the tic
fund. bu
Jones also ordered Robinson to en'
reimburse promoter Ernest Gen- re
nell for expenses incurred to date er
in promoting the bout. Gennell Hs
said his expenses mibht run as sit;
high as $5,000.
THE SCHEDULED 15-rounder
against Basora in Scranton was to S1
have been his first defense of the
Pennsylvania version of the mid- G
dleweight title, which he earned Me
recently by outpointing Robert Vil- Mt
lemain. two
Sugar Ray, complaining that rou
he had caught cold in his back, Spr
said he could not go through Tov
with the Basora bout. He was l\
examined in Scranton yesterday of
by a Pennsylvania commission '
physician who said he could find the
nothing wrong with Robinson's da3
back. 48
Although George Jones, jr., I
chairman of the Pennsylvania mai
commission,fhad said that Robin- Ric
son would be fined heavily and woo
suspended in all states which be-Ra
long to the National Boxing As-Ra
sociation, Abe J. Greene, NBA
commissioner, indicated that the
penalty would be only an order to
fight Basora soon after the Fusari
tilt. Robinsona nd his manager,
George Gainford, already had
promised to do that.
U.S. Soccer Win
Shocks England
LONDON - (P) - England's
amazing 1 to 0 loss to the United
States in the World Soccer Tour-
nament was cited in Parliament
yesterday as one reason for the
need of a ministry of sports.
II

AMERICAN
W
Detroit 54
New York 51
Cleveland 50
Boston 47
Washington 38
Chicago 36
St. Louis 30
Philadelphia 29
* *

LEAGUE
L Pet.
28 .659
32 .614
35 .588
38 .553
44 .463
50 .419
53 .361
55 .345
*

GB
31/
51/2
8 /
16
20
241/
26

TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York (2) -
Widmar (4-5) and Garver (8-8)
vs. Lopat (11-5) and Sanford (4-
2).
Cl e v el a n d at Philadelphia
4night) - Feller (8-7) vs. Fowler
(1-3).
Chicago at Washington (night)
- Holcombe (2-5) vs. Marrero (4-
5) or Sima (1-2).
Detroit at Boston - Newhouser
(10-5) vs. Parnell( 6-8).

.L

I

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NATIONAL
W
Boston 46
Philadelphia 46
St. Louis 46
Brooklyn 43
Chicago 37
New York 36
Cincinnati 34
Pittsburgh 29
* *
TODAY'S
Philadelphia at

LEAGUE
L Pet.
34 .575
34 .575
34 .575
34 .558
41 .474
44 .450
46 .425
50 .367
*
GAMES

GB
1/z
8
10
12
161/2

Pittsburgh (2)

- Simmons (1.1-5) and Meyer (4-
9) vs. MacDonald (3-3) and Werle
(5-6).
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (2, twi-
light-night), - Newcombe (8-5)
and Landrum (0-0) vs. Ramsdell
(5-7)kand Blackwell (7-9) or Per-
kowski (0-0).
Boston at Chicago - Chipman
(5-2) vs. Klippstein (0-2).
New York at St. Louis (2 day-
night) - Jansen (9-6) and Jones
(6-10) vs. Brecheen (5-5) and
Lanier (8-3).

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