WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1951
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By The Associated Press
PATITERSON, N. J. - Leave it
to the girls! Consecutive holes in
one were scored .on the 95-yard
18th hole of the Preakness Hills
Golf Course by Mrs. Ruth Slater
and Mrs. Sue Baker, both of whom
used nine irons.
PITTSBURGH - T h e Ezzard
Charles - Joe Walcott series moves
into Forbes Field tonight for a
third-and probably last-stand.
Champion Ezzy is a lopsided favor-
ite to ruin 37-year-old Jersey Joe's
fifth heavyweight title bid.
ST. LOUIS -- Leroy (Satchel)
Paige signed yesterday with the St.
Louis Browns and owner Bill Veeck
immediately announced the age-
less pitcher would start tonight
against the Washington Senators.'
Michigan Tars Set To Defend
Title in Big Wisconsin Regatta
The Michigan Sailing Club, vic-
tors three times in a row in the
Wisconsin. Invitational Regatta,
will return to Madison this week-
end to defend their crown.
The Wolverine tars, who have
been practicing on the azure wa-
ters of Whitmore Lake ever since
summer school started, have pick-
ed their skippers for the champ-
ionships after a final elimination
REPRESENTING THE sailing
club in competition will be Carl
Personke, '52, and Ned Stewart,
'52E, both veterans at the intri-
The Wisconsin "Hoofers," a
club which organizes sports ac-
tivities up in the brewery coun-
try, will sponsor the regatta.
The crews, usually consisting of
a woman in each boat for ballast
and general-handiwork, haven't
been decided upon yet.
In addition to the regatta itself,
a dance and cooling-off party
have been arranged by the Hoof-
ers, who leave no stone unturned
in the name of sport.
A trophy goes to the winner of
Today by I-M
Sprots clinics in golf, tennis and
swimming will continue today at
4 to 6 p.m. under the direction of
physical education department in-
Bert Katzenmeyer, varsity golf
coach, is handling the links pro-
gram at the University course.
Tennis instruction is under the di-
rection of coach Bill Murphy at
the varsity courts, while swimming
instruction will be given at the
I-M SOFTBALL SCORES
Cy's Boys 12, Air Force 4.
Zoology 20, Pharmacy 16.
Phi Gamma Delta 19, Phi Sigma
Chemistry 9, Education 8.
Public Health 8, Lawyers 7.
Michigan House 14, Royals 8.
Sigma Phi Epsilon 20, Phi Delta Phi
Hard Rocks 20, Alpha Phi Alpha 4.
Adams 11, Chicago 2.
Allen-Rumsey 23, Wenley 12.
Theta Xi 5, Sigma Chi 5 (called,
Zeta Psi 8, Phi Kappa Sigma 7.
Theta Delta Chi 17, Acacia 0.
Fletcher Hall 9, Lloyd 0 (forfeit).
New York ....
St. Louis ....
New York at Chicago--Overmire (1-
6) vs. Pierce (9-6).
Washington at St. Louis-(N)-Por-
terfield (2-2) or Johnson (5-4). vs.
Philadelphia at Detroit-Martin (5-
1) or Fowler (3-5) vs. Gray (3-10).
Boston at Cleveland-(N)-McDer-
mott (5-5) vs. Lemon (9-8).
Cleveland 8, Boston 6.
Washington 7-0, St. Louis 2-2 (twi-
Detroit 8, Philadelphia 5.
Chicago 3, New York 2 (10 innings).
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Pittsburgh at Brooklyn - Dickson
(11-9) vs. Branca (7-2).
Chicago at New York-Schultz (3-6)
or Klippstein (4-3) vs. Koslo (4-6) or
St. Louis at Boston-(N)-Lanier
(5-6) vs. Nichols- (4-3) or Chipman
Cincinnati at Philadelphia -, 2-
Twi-night) Ramsdell (7-9) and Weh-
meier (1-3) vs. Church (10-4) and
Red Sox Upsurge
Fails in 8-6 Loss
By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND-The fourth place
Cleveland Indians moved to with-
in a game and a half of league-
leading Boston last night by beat-
ing the Red Sox, 8 to6. Bob Fel-
ler survived a four-run Boston
rally in the ninth to post his 13th
victory. He gave up eight hits,
including homers by Lou Boudreau
and pinchhitter Charles Maxwell.
Cowboy Bill Howerton singled
on a 3-0 pitch in the eighth inn-
ing to drive in George Metkovich
from second base and give the
Pittsburgh Pirates a 4-3 triumph
oversthe league-leading Brooklyn
RIGHTHANDER Max Surkout
scattered nine St. Louis hits and
his Boston mates slammed two
Cardinal pitchers for 12 safeties
as the Braves won, 5-0. It was
Surkont's eighth victory and
George (Red) Munger's fifth de-
The Philadelphia Phillies and
Cincinnati Reds fought to a stand-
off in their battle for fourth place
in the National League as the
Phils pounded out a 10 to 0 second
game victory behind the six hit
pitching of lefthander Jocko
Thompson. Cincinnati took the
opener 9 to 8, sparked by outfield-
er Joe Adcock's.
Tommy Byrne shut out the
Washington Senators on four hits
as the St. Louis Browns took the
second half of a doubleheader 2
to 0 after dropping the opener 7
Cal McLish recorded his first
victory and first complete game
since May 5 as he pitched the
Chicago Cubs to a 7-4 victory ov-
er the New York Giants. MLish
helped his own cause with a tri-
ple. Roy Smalley of the Cubs and
Willie Mays of the Giants clout-
ed home runs.
The unpredictable C h i c a g o
White Sox moved into second place
only two percentage points behind
first in the American League pen-
nant scramble by defeating the
New York Yank, 4-3, in ten inn-
ings before 45,580.
The Sox broke the 3-3 tie when
Eddie Stewart doubled into center
after Nelson Fox had grounded out.
Orestos Minoso was given an in-
tentional pass and Eddie Robinson
singled to center, with Stewart
tearing home with the winning
The smallest night crowd ever to
see a major league game in De-
troit-only 15,746 fans-watched
the fifth-place Detroit Tigers whip
the seventh - place Philadelphia
Athletics 8 to 5, to give Virgil
Trucks his third win.
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Sixth Annual Extra Concert Series
GLADYS SWARTHOUT, Mezzo-Soprano . . . . Tuesday, Oct. 9
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
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dePAUR'S INFANTRY CHORUS . .. Tuesday, Nov. 20
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Twelfth Annual Chamber Music Festival
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"Crossroads of Democracy"
Oct. 25-Hon. Estes Kefauver
U. S. SENATOR FROM TENNESSEE
"The Citizen's Responsibility for Crime"
Nov. 8-Brian Aherne
STAR OF STAGE AND SCREEN
"Great Moments in Great Literature"
Nov. 19-Alan Villiers
ADVENTURER AND CAMERAMAN
"Quest of the Schooner Argus"
Feb. 19-Charles Laughton
"An Evening with Charles Laughton"
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