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. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

HARDROCKS VICTIMS:

Sigma Chi W
Title Behind

By PANDRO S. BERMAN
Three runs in the first inning
were enough cushion for Sigma
Chi ace John Gustafson, and he
held Hard Rocks to two hits and
two runs as the Sigs won the in-
tramural softball championship at
Ferry Field yesterday.
The game was a replay of Mon-
day's night's battle, which ended
up in a 2-all tie as the shadows
began to shroud the Stadium Bou-
levard diamond in gloom.
* * *
FOR SIGMA CHI, Don Wood-
ard and Bob Heathcott were the
batting heroes. Woodard had a
two-run homer with Ted Lazor-
chuk on base, while Heathcott
scored on Tom Erbland's single

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Gustafson
for the potential winning run in
the first and also singled in the
fifth for his second hit of the
game, the sixth off Hardrocks'
pitchers Bob Vandenberg and Ray
DeHaan.
In the consolation game, Allen-
Rumsey had little trouble in dis-
posing of Phi Gamma Delta, as
Art Casanova pitched the West
Quad men to an 11-4 victory.
* * *
BOX SCORE:
HARDROCKS

AMERICAN
New York ... 59
Cleveland .... 58
Boston.......57
Chicago .......54
Detroit........42
Washington . 43
Philadelphia .39
St. Louis ...3i

LEAGUE
L Pct.
35 .628
38 .603
39 .597
45 .548
50 .462
53 .450
60 .390
64 .322

Major League
Standings

Browns Top Bosox
But Lose Garver
Boston Drops to Third as Cleveland
Defeats Washington; Cliisox Lose

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 4, Chi cago 3.
Brooklyn 8, Pittsburgh 3.
Boston 6, St. Louis 0.
Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 5.
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Boston-McDonald (0-1)
vs. Stobbs (7-4).
Detroit at New York (2)-Cain (8-7)
and Stuart (3-0) vs. Reynolds (11-6)
and Morgan (6-1).
Chicago at Philadelphia (N)-Pierce
('9-9) vs. Martin (6-2).
Cleveland at Washington (2-Twi-
night)-Lemon (11-9) and Wynn (10-
10) vs. Moreno (3-7) and Starr (2-5).

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Tirrell, ss...............
Boeve, cf...............
Meesen, 3b.............
Vandenberg, p-rf........
Koul, c................
Plyman, if .............
Kuup, lb..............
Weller, 2b...............
Vandenwaal, rf..........
De Haan, p.............
TOTALS ..............
SIGMA CHI
Player
Papozikos, ss............
Kjolhede, 3b...........
Lazorchuk, lb...........
Woodard, 2b...........
Heathcott, c...........
Fancher, cf ............
Erbland, rf.............
Isbey, if...............
Gustafson, p............
TOTALS ..............

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3 0
3 0
3 0
3 0
2 1
3 1
3 0
3 0
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3 0
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3 0
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3 1
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3 0
3 0
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New York ....
Philadelphia .
St. Louis .....
Boston .......
Cincinnati ...
Chicago ......
Pittsburgh ...

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LEAGUE
L Pct.
32 .663
44 .560
47 .500
' 50 .493
49 .476
51 .465
51 .433
56 .408

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON-The lowly St. Louis
Browns knocked off the Boston
Red Sox 8-6 last night but lost
their star righthanded pitcher,
Ned Garver, for an indefinite per-
iod.
Garver, who knocked in two{
runs and scored another, suffered
a muscle pull in his left leg while
rounding first in the fifth inning.
He had suffered a similar disabl-
ing injury to the same muscle
earlier in the season.
THE LOSS dropped the Sox into
third place as the Cleveland In-
dians, with whom they had been
tied for second, defeated Wash-
ington, 5-3.
Chicago slipped further back
in the American League pen-
nant race as southpaw Alex
Kellner settled down after a
shaky start to pitch Philadel-
phia to a 4-2 victory over the
White Sox. Both Chicago runs
came in the first inning. After
that Kellner hurled four hit,
shut-out ball.
Third baseman Hank Majeski,
whom Philadelphia obtained in a
mid-season deal with Chicago,
collaborated with Kellner in down-
ing Paul Richards' club.
Majeski accounted for three of
the winners' runs and made three
of the eight hits given up by four
Chicago hurlers.
CLEVELAND rallied for three
runs off Don Johnson with one
out in the ninth inning and de-

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Monday thru Friday

STARTING TODAY
Thru Friday

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 8, Boston 6.
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 2.
Cleveland 5, Washington 3.
(Only games scheduled).
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N)-Ers-
kine (10-8) vs. Dickson (13-10).
New York at Chicago (2)-Jansen
(14-8) and Corwin (0-0) vs. McLish
(2-4) and Kelly (2-0).
Boston at St. Louis (N)-Spahn (11-
9) vs. Poholsky (4-9) or Boyer (1-4).
Philadelphia at Cincinnati-Meyer
(8-8) vs. Raffensberger (10-11).
7.

feated Washington, 5-3, before a
crowd of 25,064. The victory gave
Bob Feller his 16th win and moved
the Indians within two games of
the pace-setting New York Yan-
kees.
Big Don Newcombe pitched
his 15th win against four de-
feats as the Brooklyn Dodgers,
making a runaway of the Na-
tional League race, racked up
their 10th consecutive victory
with an easy 8-3 win over the
last place Pittsburgh Pirates.
Newcombe helped his own cause
by getting three hits in six trips.
Duke Snider and Pee Wee Reese
hit homers, Snider with one on
and Reese with two aboard.
Bobby Thomson blasted in all
the New York runs with a pair
of homers as the Giants edged
the Chicago Cubs 4 to 3 before a
gallery of 7,693 in the only day
game in the Majors.
Thomson staked starter Jim
Hearn to a three-run lead in the
second by socking the first f our-
master behind singles by Willie
Mays and Whitey Lockman in the
second.
With the Boston Braves giving
him a three-run lead in the first
inning, Chet Nichols took over
from there to hurl four-hit ball
and shut out the St. Louis Card-
inals 6 to 0.
Earl Torgeson hit his 15thrhome
run of the year in the fourth as
part of the Boston attack.
* 1 *
Ytanks Call Two
NEW YORK-(A')-The league-
leading New York Yankees grabbed
two hot shots from their Kansas
City farm yesterday - outfielder
Bob Cerv and lefthanded pitcher
Bob Wiesler-to bolster their bid
for another pennant.
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CONCERTS
Seventy-third Annual Choral Union Series
VICTORIA DE LOS ANGELES, Soprano . . . . Thursday, Oct. 4
SEF SZIGETTI, Violinist . . . . Monday, Oct. 15
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
CHARLES MUNCH, Conductor . . . . . Sunday, Oct. 21
CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
GEORGE SZELL, Conductor . . . . . . Sunday, Nov. 4
ALEXANDER BRAILOWSKY, Pianist . . . . . Friday, Nov. 16
SALVATORE BACCALONI, Bass . Thursday, Nov. 20
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor . . . . . . Monday, an. 14
SINGING BOYS OF NORWAY .. .. Wednesday, Feb. 20
SSHAWCHORALE AND ORCHESTRA . * . . Tuesday, Mar18
ADOLF BUSCH, Violinist, and
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dePAUR'S INFANTRY CHORUS . . . . . . Tuesday, Nov. 20
OSCAR LEVANT, Pianist .CE . . . . . Friday, Jan. 18
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denim sportswear, sweaters, etc.
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$3.1-3 for $9
Formerly to $5.50-Sizes 14-32 and 17-35.
White Shirts not included.
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