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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Yans Beat Nats,

Tie

for Lead

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Blak~Remain,
AsArmy Coach
r, By The Associated Press
NEW YORK--Earl Blaik said yesterday he would stay as Army's
football coach although his son Bob and "all but two-no, make that
a few" of the probable team he hoped to field are among the 90 cadets
facing expulsion in a cribbing scandal.
The coach made his announcement at a New York news confer-
ence.
IN A LEVEL voice-but the words stabbed at any father's heart-
the elder Blaik said:
"I want you to know that in the group is my own son."
This was to have been Bob's last season. Some think he is the
* * * Qbest quarterback in any college.

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Do dgers Win Donnybrook,
Lead Giants by121/ Games

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Army Bid Like
jHarmon Case
The not-so-strange case of Dun-
can MacDonald, Flint Northern
grid star who enrolled at Michi-
gari after turning down a bid from
Army's Cadets, is reminiscent of
the furore created back in 1938
over the fabulous Tom Harmon,
two-time All-American for the
Wolverines.
As a freshman, Harmon was
implicated indirectly by the ath-
letic board in a proposed investi-
gation of subsidization of football
players here. But a telegram of-
fering the former Gary high
school flash a comfortable finan-
cial plum at Tulane and stating,
that Michigan was a "simon-pure"
school ended the rumors that Har-
mon was getting help from alum-
ni.
MacDonald, one of the hottest
high school prospects in recent
years, has applied for an Elmer
Gedeon scholarship, legal under
Big Ten rules, but like Harmon
has accepted no subsidization.
THANK YOU
FOR YOUR
PATRONAGE

Anyone could see what this meant
to Blaik, as coach and father.
* * *
YOUNG BLAIK, Army's regular
quarterback, identified himself as
one of the involved cadets later at
West Point when told of his fa-
ther's decision.
The coach said approximately
half the 90 involved Cadets were
athletes and that their expulsion
virtually wiped out the Academy's
football, basketball and baseball
teams for the coming year.
* * *
OTHERS WHO identified them-
selves with Young Blaik yester-
day were Gene Gribble, a halt-
back from Newcastle, Pa.; Al Con-
way, an end from Kansas City;
J. D. Kimmel, tackle from Tyler,
Tex., and Bob Haas from Dayton,
Ohio.
Previously Harold Loehlein, end
and captain-elect of the 1951
team, and Gibby Reich of Steel-
ton, Pa., defensive stalwart and
understudy to young Blaik, had
admitted being involved. Loeh-
lein's home is in Kimball, Minn.
eH also is president of the senior
class.
Coach Blaik's decision to stay
at West Point, where his teams
have had five unbeaten seasons in
his previous ten years, brought
immediate approval from the
Academy superintendent, Maj.
Gen. Frederick A. Irving.
Four Lead World
Golf Tournament
CHICAGO-More than half the
hand-picked, 74-man field in the
$50,000 "world" championship of
golf murdered par in yesterday's
sizzling inaugural round in which
four players shared first place
with five-under-par 67's.
The four deadlocked players
were Jimmy Demaret, the veteran
of sartorial splendor from Oaji,
Calif.; Ted Kroll, four-time Purple
Heart war hero from New Hart-
ford, N.Y.; Al Brosch, balding
sharp-shooter from Garden City,
N.Y.; and Ray Gafford, 37-year-
oldster from Dallas, Tex.

JOE DIMAGGIO
.. ends slump
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Cleveland.
New York .
Boston ......
Chicago .....
Detroit ......
Washington
Philadelphia
St. Louis ..

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YESTERIAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Washington 4.
St. Louis 6, Detroit 3.
Philadelphia 6-3, Boston 5-5.
(Only games scheduled).
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Philadelphia (N)--
Lopat (14-6) vs. Zoldak (3-6).
Washington at Boston (N)-Mar-
rero (11-5) vs. Parnell (11-9).
Chicago at Cleveland (N) - Hol-
combe (8-7) vs. Lemon (12-9).
St. Louis at Detroit (N) - Garver
(13-6) vs. Trucks (5-5).
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Gil Coan, left
fielder of the Washington Sena-f
tors, dropped two fly balls yester-
day, giving the New York Yan-
kees three unearned runs and a
6-14 victory.
The win lifted the Yanks to a
tie for the league lead with the
idle Cleveland Indians. Each club
has a 66-39-.629 record.
* * *
JOE OSTROWSKI, third of the
pitchers called upon by manager
Casey Stengel, was the winner.
He held the Nats scoreless on four
singles over the final six and two-
third innings. Julio Moreno, slen-
der Cuban righthander of the
Senators, took the tough defeat.
He held the Yanks to five hits but
was submerged by Coan's mis-
plays. It was Moreno's eighth loss.
Stengel gave his batting order
a vigorous shuffle but kept Joe
DiMaggio in his accustomed
fourth spot in the hitting lineup.
The old slugger, who had been
slumping, snapped out of his
troubles with a homer, a triple
and three runs batted in.
DiMaggio whaled his tenth ho-
mer deep into the left field seats
to bring the Yanks closer in the
sixth and"Coan put them over the
to pin the seventh. With two out,
Gil McDougald doubled and Gene
Woodling tripled to tie the score.
Coan then let Berra's high fly
fall out of his glove. That error
permitted Woodling to. score. Di-
Maggio sent Berra in with the ex-
tra tally by lining a triple down
the left field line.
ROY CAMPANELLA'S second
home run of the game in the sev-
enth inning gave the Brooklyn
Dodgers a 6-5 win for a three-
game sweep over the runner-up
New York Giants and increased
their league lead to 12% games.
A crowd of 15,838 saw the ri-
vals create a National League
record of 24 bases on balls by
both clubs. Brooklyn pitchers
gave up 15, two short of the
league record, and the Giant
hurlers nine.
The record 'Vas set by the St.
Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati in
1910 and tied by the Cardinals
and Phillies in 1911. The wildness
of nine pitchers coupled with al-
most continuous bickering with
the umpires made it a three hour
and 30 minute game, six minutes
short of the record. After banish-
ing third baseman Bill Cox in the
second inning, umpire Art Gore
cleared the Brooklyn bench.
FRED SANFORD-with the aid
of the ageless Satchel Paige's re-
lief pitching-hurled his first vic-
tory for the St. Louis Browns,
humbling the Detroit Tigers, 6 to
3, before a slim crowd of 3,709.
The Brownies exploded for
six runs in the sixth inning
when Matt Batts smashed a
bases-loaded double for two runs
and Bill Jennings cracked a
triple for two more.
Loser Marlin Stuart gave up a
base on balls with the bases load-
ed for another run and Ken
Wood's long fly' drove home the
sixth run.
* *: *
THE TIGERS touched Sanford
whose record is 3-7, for only four

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Brooklyn ....
New York ...
Philadelphia
St. Louis ..
Boston ..
Cincinnati ..
Chicago....
Pittsburgh .

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ROY CAMPANELLA
...second homer beats Giants
hits-including homers by Pat
Mullin and Dick Kryhoski. He
came to the Browns from the New
York Yankees.
The Boston Braves, paced by
Sid Gordon's three hits and
Chet Nichols' cluth pitching,
cooled off Philadelphia 5-4 and
ended the Phillies' five-game
win streak.
The rookie southpaw scattered
eight hits to chalk up his sixth
win of the season against three
defeats. Bubba Church was char-
ged with the loss, his seventh
against 12 wins.
Rallying for four runs in the
ninth inning, the Chicago Cubs
edged the Cincinnati Reds, 5 to 4,
before 5,089.
Howie Fox had checked the
Cubs with five hits until Smoky
Burgess got the final round under
way with a single. Bob Ramazzot-
ti beat out a slow roller to second
and Burgess raced to third on
Connie Ryan's wild throw to first.
Manager Phil Cavarretta went
in to pinch hit for pitcher Joe
Hatten. The Cubs' skipper lined
a single to right field to score
Burgess and advance Ramazzotti
to third. Eddie Miksis' fly to cen-
ter brought home the second tally.
The Boston Red Sox ended a
five-game losing streak with a 5-3
victory over the Philadelphia Ath-
letics in the nightcap of a double-
header. The Athletics won the
first game, 6-5, although Clyde
(Clutch) Vollmer sparked a ninth
inning rally for Boston with a
three-run homer.
LEO KIELY went the route for
the Beantowners in the second
game, gaining credit for his third
win against two defeats.
Walt Dropo, recently recalled
from the minors, and Vern Ste-
phens homered for the third-
place Sox. Dropo's blast came
with three on base in the sixth
inning to give Kiely all the runs
he needed.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 6, New York 5.
Boston 5, Philadelphia 4.
Chicago 5, Cincinnati 4.
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 0.
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Brooklyn (N) -- Spahn
(13-10) vs. Schmitz (2-4).
Philadelphia at New York (N) -
Roberts (15-8) vs. Koslo (6-9).
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)-Raf-
fensberger (11-13) vs. Brecheen (7-2).
Pittsburgh at Chicago-Queen (3-7)
vs. McLish (3-5).
DO YOU KNOW , , . that Mi-
chigan swimming coach Matt
Mann will take a thirteen-man
team on a tour of the British
Isles starting August 18th. The
thirteen, all past and present
Michigan stars, will give a series
of exhibitions.

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Lou Limmer hit a home run for
the A's with the bases clear.
Cliff Chambers pitched the St.
Louis Cardinals to a 4-0 shutout
over the Pittsburgh Pirates before
6,855 fans by limiting his former
teammates to six hits. Solly Hemus
, led the Cardinal attack with a
triple and three singles.

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