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SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Bosox, Yanks Winin TightAL Race as Chis

rox Lose

Court Rules
r Huffman To
Play for LA
aVro
Forbid Tackle
To Join Winnipeg
CHARLESTON, W. Va.-(P)-A
West Virginia circuit judge ruled
yesterday the Los Angeles Rams
were entitled to enforcement of a
clause forbidding tackle D i c k
Huffman from playing with any
other team during the life of his
> contract with the Rams.
Judge Julian F. Bouchelle said,
however, that the Rams must still
prove they properly exercised their
option of a contract renewal.
* * *
JUDGE BOUCHELLE continued
in effect a temporary order for-
bidding Huffman from playing for
the Winnipeg, Canada, profes-
sional football team. The Rams
obtained the order in circuit court
here after Huffman signed a con-
tract to play for Winnipeg during
the 1951-52 season.
The husky Charleston player's
$9,000-a-year contract with the
Rams contained a clause giving
the Rams the option of extend-
ing it from May 1, 1951, to May
1, 1952.
Huffman contended his contract
wtih Los Angeles was unfair and
imposed upon him the obligation
of spending the remainder of his
gridiron career with one club.
A final decision still is to be
reached whether the temporary
order will be made permanent, or
is to be dissolved.

STRICTLY YOGI STUFF-Yogi Berra lives up to his nickname as he squats Indian style at home
plate in a contest at Chicago. Berra got into the position grabbing a throw-in and catching the White
Sox' Nelson Fox at home plate in the first inning.

U. S. Davis Cup Team Wins

Baseball's
BigSix
By The Associated Press

Leading batsmen
more times at bat).
G
Musial, Cardin'ls 86
Robinson, D'dg'r 87
Ashburn, Phill. 88
Coan, Senators 74
Minoso, Wh. Sox 88
Fain, Athletics 82

(based on 200 or

AB
322
313
365
292
310
293

R
68
64
58
50
72
37

H
119
114
130
100
104
98

l

RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Kiner, Pirates ....................
Snider, Dodgers ..................
Westlake, Cardinals-.............
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Red Sox ................
Robinson, White Sox .............
Zernial, Athletics ............
Rosen, ondians ...................
Easter, Indians ..................
HOME RUNS
National League
Hodges, Dodgers .................
Kiner, Pirates ....................
Snider, Dodgers ..................
American League
Zernial, Athletics ................
Williams, Red Sox ..............
Wertz, Tigers . ...........

Pct.
.370
.364
.356
.342
.335.
.334
66
65
64
81
74
74
66
66
29
24
21
23
18
17

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - (P) - Billy
Talbert of New York and Tony
Trabert of Cincinnati took just 67
minutes yesterday to blast Japan's
doubles team and send the United
States' Davis Cup tennis forces in-
to the second round of the Ameri-
can zone eliminations.
Working together like the wheels
of a fine precision watch, the
hard-smashing American tandem
prevailed over Fumiteru Nakano
and Goro Fujikura, 6-0, 6-2, 10-8.
A crowd of 2,700 watched the
match at the Louisville Boat Club.
* *N *
THE VICTORY gave the United
States three of a possible five
points and qualified the team to
meet Mexico in the next round at
Rye, N.Y., Aug. 3-4-5.
A Mexican dispute over who
would represent that country in
the cup tournament was settled
earlier in the day when U.S.
officials announced they would
Crisler Bck
From Europe
Michigan Athletic Director H.
0. (Fritz) Crisler has returned
from a two-week tour of German
army camps, where he taught
football rule and technique clin-
ics along with other prominent
American grid experts.
Crisler, Biggie Munn Of Michi-
gan State, and Herman Hickman
of Yale were among the men who
niade the trip. Their efforts were
met with enthusiasm by American
Army personnel, whose recreation-
al facilities the men inspected with
an eye to making suggestions for
future expansion.

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

recognize theold Mexican lawn
tennis association.
A new organization, known as
the Mexican tennis federation and
incorporating many of the clubs
of that country, had claimed jur-
isdiction.
Frank Shields, U.S. captain, an-
nounced that the sensational 20-
year-old Trabert, winner of the
National Intercollegiate and Na-
Aional Clay Court titles this year,
would substitute in today's singles

for Herbie Flam of Los Angeles.
The stocky University of Cin-
cinnati athlete will meet Nakano
in the first match at 2 p.m. (EST)
with Dick Savitt of Orange, N.J.,
the 24-year-old Australian and
Wimbledon titlist, taking on Ja-
pan's champion, Jiro Kumamaru,
in the second one.
The lineup change was made
with the approval of Ichiya Ku-
magae, non-playing captain of
Japan's team.

Major League Standings

RICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
53 35 .602
51 34 .600
52 35 .598
. 53 37 .589
39 45 .464
38 49 .437
36 54 .400
27 60 .310
* *r*

GB
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2
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NATIONAL
W
Brooklyn. 55
New York ...48
St. Louis .... 44
Philadelphia 44
Cincinnati -42
Boston........39
Chicago 35
Pittsburgh .. 34

LEAGUE
L Pct.
32 .632
41 .539
41 .518
44 .500
43 .494
44 .470
45 .438
51 .400

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 6, Detroit 3.
Washington 10, Chicago 5.
Cleveland 5, Philadelphia 3.
New York 5, St. Louis 3.
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Chicago-(2)-Mar-
rero (9-5) and Sanford (1-6) vs. Hol-
combe (7-5) and Rogovin (6-5).
New York at St. Louis-(2)-Kuzava
(5-5) and Reynolds (10-5) vs. Paige (0-
1) and Byrne (2-3).
Boston at Detroit-Nixon (6-2) vs.
Cain (8-7).
Philadelphia at Cleveland - (2) -
Fowler (4-5) and Kellner (6-7) vs. Le-
mon (9-0) and Gromek (3-2).

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 11,Pittsburgh 6.
Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 2.
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 0.
New York 3, Cincinnati 2.
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Boston-(2)-Pollet
(3-6) and Dickson (11-9) vs. Wilson
(2-1) or Cole (0-3) and Surkont (8-7).
St. Louis at Brooklyn-Presko (7-3)
vs. Erskine (9-8) or Schmitz (1-4).
Cincinnati at New York-(2)-Raf-
fensberger (9-10) and Ramsdell (8-9)
vs. Koslo (4-7) and Hearn (8-5).
Chicago at Philadelphia-(2)-Hiil-
er (6-7) and McClish (2-3) vs. Church
(10-5) and Johnson (1-1).

GB
8
10
11V2
12
14
161,
20

Bums Just
Keep Rollin'
In National
Volmer Stars Again
As BengalsLose, 6-3
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Cltch - hitting
Clyde Vollmer came through again
yesterday, driving in four runs to
lead the Boston Red Sox to a 6-3
victory over the Detroit Tigers in
the tight American League pen-
nant race.
The victory enabled the Red Sox
to move 2 game ahead in the
four team fight. The positions of
Boston's pursuers underwent a
change.
CHICAGO TOOK a 10-5 beating
at the hands of the Washington
Senators and dropped from second
to fourth place a game behind
Boston. The New York Yankees
downed the St. Louis Browns, 5-3,
to move from third to seconl place
and the Cleveland Indians whipped
the Philadelphia Athletics, 5-3,
to advance from fourth to third
place a half game away from Bos-
ton.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn continu-
ed to cruise eight games ahead
in the National League. The
Dodgers edged thethird place
St. Louis Cardinals, 3-2. The
runner-up New York Giants
shaded the Cincinnati Reds, 3-2,
In other - games, the Boston
Braves belted the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates, 11-6 and the Philadelphia
Phils turned back the Chicago
Cubs, 5-0.
Vollmer, whose 16 game hitting
streak came to an end last night,
batted in Boston's first four runs.
He blasted a three-run homer in
the third off Virgil Trucks and
doubled home another run in the
fourth. The homer was Vollmer's
14th of the season and his ninth
in his last 18 games.
RAY SCARBOROUGH, usually
an easy mark for Detroit, went all
the way for Boston, scattering sev-
en hits to post his seventh victory.
Cass Michaels, a former White
Sox, Mickey Vernon and Sam
Mele teamed up to beat Chicago.
Michaels featured a six-run
Washington third inning rally
with a grand slam homer. Mele
and Vernon drove in two runs
each on seven hits. Vernon
cracked out four safeties includ-
ing a homer while Mele had
three
Rookie Gil McDougald slammed
a seventh inning homer to break
a 3-3 tie and shoot the Yanks in
front for keeps at St. Louis. The
Yanks added an insurance run in
the ninth against Duane Pillette
on a walk and double by Gene
Woodling.
SCHALLOCK worked the first
five innings and gave up all of St.
Louis' runs. Frank Shea pitched
one-hit ball over the last four
frames to gain credit for the vic-
tory.
Bobby Feller became the first
major- leaguer to win 14 games
as he pitched the Indians to vic-
tory over the A's. Feller wielded
nine hits, walked three and fan-
ned one.
Big Don Newcombe picked up
his 13th victory as the Dodgers
nipped the Cardinals. Pinch-hit-
ter Wayne Terwilliger singled with
the bases loaded and none out in
the ninth to break up the game.
Reliefer Tom Poholsky was the
loser.
ED STANKY smashed a two-

run inside the park homer in the
seventh inning to give the Giants
the nod over Cincinnati. Home
runs by Bob Adams and Red Stall-
cup accounted for both of Cin-
cinnati's runs. Larry Jansen went
the distance to bag his 12th tri-
umph. Howe Fox was the loser.
The loss dumped the Reds out
of fourth into fifth place with
-the Philadelphia Phils taking
over fourth. Robin Roberts
hauled the Phils up to the .500
mark as he blanked the Cubs on
four hits. The Phils collected
ten singles, nine off starter
Turk Lown who was charged
with the loss.
After thesgame, Cub manager
Frank Frisch resigned. Chicago
road secretary Bob Lewis revealed
Frisch's resignation. Veteran Phil
Cavarretta was named to replace
Frisch.
Willard Marshall and Bob Elli-
ott spearheaded the Braves to
victory over Pittsburgh. Marshall
drove in three runs on a homer
and triple. Elliott knocked in three
and scored five on a home run,
double and two singles.
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Frisch Lea
PHILADELPHIA - (P) - Na-
tive Chicagoan Phil Cavarretta
replaced Frarikie Frisch as man-
ager of the Chicago Cubs yester-
day but whether Frisch resigned
or was asked to resign is unclear.
Club officials with the team,
here for a series with the Phila-
delphia Phillies, said Frisch re-
signed.
A SPOKESMAN for the club in
Chicago who would not permit use
of his name commented, "Maybe
he was asked to resign."
Frisch wasn't to be found any-
where.

ves Post as Cubs' Pilot

He returned to his hotel after
yesterday's game, which the
Phillies won, 5 to 0, and had a
short confab with Wid Matt-
hews, director of player person-
nel. Then he called a boy and
left, apparently for his New
Rochelle, N.Y., home.
Cavarretta, at 35, becomes the
youngest current manager of the
Major Leagues. He will manage
for the remainder of the season
and said he will play first base
today in the opener of a double-
header with the Phillies.
THE VETERAN Cavarretta ex-

pressed surprise at the turn of
events and said first, "It was a
dream come true to manage the
team of your town."
Later he commented:
"It's a real challenge and I'm
going to give it everything I've got.
Actually, the truth is, I'd rather
be on the field."
Matthews and other club offi-
cials would say nothing against
Frisch, but baseball writers with
the club said its showing this year
was a disappointment to the own-
ers. Chicago is now in seventh
place, 162 games out of first.

Hamilton Named Interim
Grid Coach at Pittsburgh.

Continuous
Daily from 1 P.M.
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Today

PITTSBURGH - () - Athletic
Director Tom Hamilton, who ar-
ranged one of the toughest sched-
ules ever faced by the University
of Pittsburgh's football teams,
yesterday was drafted to coach the
eleven which plays it this fall.
Hamilton is to serve only a year
as field general. He'll continue as
athletic director.
PITT'S 10-GAME schedule lists
such grid powers as Notre Dame,
Ohio State, Rice, Duke and Mi-
chigan State.
Hamilton was tabbed for the
one year tour of duty in a sur-
prise move coming quickly on
the heels of Len Casanova's un-
expected resignation.
Casanova came here last season.
He was called the man who, with
Hamilton, would help make Pitt's
name feared orn the grid again.
Pitt, hard hit by losing key men
to the draft, wound up with one
win and eight defeats.
* * *

committee into consternation -
when he asked to be released from
his contract which had three years
to go. He quickly accepted a job
as head coach at the University of
Oregon. The Pitt athletic commit-
tee just as quickly went into an
emergency huddle to try and fig-
ure a way out of the situation.
Applications for the vacancy
began to come in but only one
topflight candidate was called to
Pittsburgh for an interview. He
was Lowell (Red) Dawson, as-
sistant coach at Michigan State.
Finally, the committee said it
decided to draft Hamilton and
wait until next fall or spring to
pick a coach who will get a long-
term contract.
"It would be unwise to make
a long term commitment on such
short notice," the committee de-
clared. "It would eliminate from
consideration many candidates
with particularly outstanding
qualifications.''
There are reports Dawson could
have had the job if he had ac-
cepted a one-year contract.

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