100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 25, 1951 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1951-07-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1951

MEM

Yanks

Stay on

Top with

3-2

Victory over

Tribe

(.

'a

Major League
Standings

REACH SEMI-FINALS:
Cy's Boys Rank Favorite
In I-M Softball Playoffs

Woodling, Mize Homer;
Dodgers Win in 10 Innings

By The Associated Press

AMERICAN LEAGUE

New York ....
Boston .....
Cleveland ....
Chicago ...
etroit.
Washington,..
Philadelphia .
St. Louis .....

w
54
55
54
53
40
40
36
27

L
34
35
36
40
46
50
56
62

Pet.
.614
.611
.600
.570
.465
.444
.391
.303

GB
14
13
20
27%

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 3, Cleveland 2.
Detroit 2, Washington 1.
Boston 8, Chicago 3.
(Only games scheduled),
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at New York--Garcia (12-
6) vs. Lopat (11-6).
Chicago at Boston-Kretlow (2-5)
vs. McDermott (5-5).
Detroit at Washington--Hutchinson
(8-5) vs. Johnson (5-5).
St. Louis at Philadelphia-Garver
(12-5) vs. Zoldak (3-4).

NATIONAL
W
Brooklyn .... 57
New York .... 50
St. Louis ..... 45
Philadelphia . 44
Cincinnati ... 43
Boston ...... 42
Chicago ...... 36
Pittsburgh ... 35

LEAGUE
L Pct.
32 .640
42 .543
42 .517
46 .489
45 .489
45 .483
46 .439
54 .393

GB
81/i
11
131/
131z
14
17%
22

Softball playoffs reached the
semi-final bracket with games
played yesterday and Monday, and
the unbeaten Cy's Boys remained
the favorite.
Yesterday's victory over Fletch-
er Hall by a 6-4 score put Cy's
Boys in one half of the Champion-
ship bracket semi-final. They'll
meet the Hardrocks, who defeated
Public Health, 5-4, in action yes-
terday.
* ,' ..
IN THE OTHER game to be
played in the championship brack-
et, the Royals play Sigma Chi.
Local Youth
Links Champ
KALAMAZOO, Mich. - (A') -
Charles Blackett of Ann Arborj
won the Michigan Junior Golfing
Championship at the Gull Lake
Country Club yesterday.
Blackett defeated Bob McMas-
ters, 16-year-old Royal Oak cad-
die, by 2 and 1 to capture the
championship after ousting medal-
ist Richard Hayman of Highland
Park one-up on the 19th hole in
the semi-final round.
McMasters advanced to the title
round by defeating Bob Runyon
of Detroit, 3-2.
Hayman captured medal honors
with Qualifying rounds of 74 and
75 for an even 150 Monday over
the par 72 course.
The four who fought it out for
the championship in yesterday's
matched play and Tom Watrous of
Detroit, Fred Becker of Kalamazoo
and Jim Sullivan of Grand Rapids
were chosen to represent Michi-
gan at the National Junior Tour-
nament at Durham, N.C., next
month.

The Royals beat the Sig Eps
and Adams House to gain the
semi-Inals, while Sigma *Chi
shut out Theta Xi, 5-0 for their
ticket to the semis.
Allen-Rumsey, with an 11-0
shutout win over Phi Delta Phi,
rates the favorite role in the con-
solation playoffs. They'll meet
Phi Gamma Delta, dark horse
winners over Zoology by 4-2, in
one semi-final bracket.
In the other, Phi Kappa Sigma,
winner over Air Force, 15-2, tests
the value of Education, the nine
which defeated Zeta Psi, 12-1.
SEMI-FINAL games are sched-
uled for Thursday at Ferry Field.
Finals will probably be played
Monday.
Once the playoffs are completed,
action in the summer session
leagues will cease. Although play
was often ragged, the large scores
were only indicative of an enthus-
iastic spirit, which exemplified the
character-building aspect of this
particular form of recreation.
Softball scores:
* * *
FIRST ROUND

THEIR JUST REWARD-Skippers Ned Stewart, '52E, and Carl Personke, '52, seem pleased with only
placing third in the Wisconsin Invitational Regatta on Lake Mendota last weekend. After all first
place Wisconsin only received a trophy and second place Ohio State University merely rated a bilge
pump. The Michigan crews were awarded a tub of Milwaukee's finest by Jenese Monsschine, candi-
date for Summer Prom Queen at Wisconsin. Luckiest of all was the last place skipper, from Wash-
ington who was smothered by kisses from all 16 of the queen candidates. "I promise that Wisconsin -
will do their best to come in last next year," said Al Meske, A division skipper, as he saw the lipstick
smeared loser emerge, triumphantly.
* * * * * rr * *
'M' ars rd a Wisonsi

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 6, Chicago 3.
New York 4, Pittsburgh 3.
Boston 6, Cincinnati 1.
St. Louis 9, Philadelphia 5.
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Chicago-Roe (13-2) vs.
Rush (5-5).
Philadelphia at St. Louis-(N)--
Roberts (12-8) vs. Lanier (5-7).
New York at Pittsburgh-Jones (2-
7) or Jansen (12-8) vs. Law (3-6).
(Only games scheduled).
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

NEW YORK -- Gene Woodling
and Johnny Mize hammered home
runs into the right field stands
yesterday as the world champion
New York Yankees maintained
their mastery over the Cleveland
Indians with an up-hill 3-2 vic-
tory that kept them at the top
of the American League.
Woodling's four-bagger came
with a mate aboard in the sixth
inning and tied the score at 2-2.
Mize's circuit clout came in the
eighth with two out, the bases
empty and on a 3-2 count, to
snap the deadlock. Both blows
came at the expense of right-
hander Early Wynn, who thus
dropped his fourth decision in five
starts against the Yankees.
* * *
THE VICTORY, New York's 12th
straight over the Tribe at the Yan-
kee stadium-seven of them this
season-enabled the Yankees to
open up a half game advantage
over the second place Red Sox. The
Indians dropped to third, a full
length behind.
Powered by homers by Gil
Hodges and Roy Campanella,
the Brooklyn Dodgers spoiled
Phil Cavarretta's home debut
as the new manager of the Chi-
cago Cubs by taking a 10-inning
6 to 3 triumph before 22,264.
The victory extended the Dodg-
ers' current winning streak to four,
and cost Lefty Paul Minner his
10th defeat against four wins this
season. It also spoiled the home
debut of Phil Cavaretta as man-
ager of the Cubs.
* * *
MINNER had wriggled out of
trouble all through the tilt until
the eighth when Gil Hodges hit
a long drive to left field that um-
pire Scotty Robb, who ran far into
the outfield, ruled a home run,
Baseball's
BigSix
By The Associated Press
Leading Batsmen (based on 250 or-
more at bats).
Player and Club G AB R H Pct.
Musial, Cards. 87 326 69 121 .371
Ashburn, Phill's 90 375 58 135 .360
Robinson, Dodg. 89 321 65 115 .358
Minoso, Wh. Sox 90 317 74 109 .344
Fain, Athletics 82 293 37 98 .334
Avila, Indians 78 292 50 98 .332
RUNS BATTED IN

Education 7, Acacia 4
Theta Xi 12, Chemistry 8
Fletcher 5, Theta Delta Chi'
Royals 3, Sigma Phi Epsilon
Phi Kappa Sigma 19, Chicago
Phi Delta Phi 7, Michigan 2

2
1
6

* * *
QUARTER-FINALS
Phi Kappa Sigma 15, Air Force 2
Phi Gamma Delta 4, Zoology 2
Royals 8, Adams 5
Hardrocks 5, Public Health 4
Education 12, Zeta Psi 1
Sigma Chi 5, Theta Xi 0
Cy's Boys 6, Fletcher 4
Allen-Rumsey 11, Phi Delta Phi 0

Special to The Daily
By FELICIA BROWNE
MADISON-The Michigan Sail-
ing Club, three time victor in the
Wisconsin Invitational Ragatta,
managed to place only third in
the Fourth annual race held last
weekend, July 21-22 on Lake Men-
dota.
Wisconsin, with a skilled crew
of sailors, took first place and Ohio
State University earned second
place honors.
* * *
REPRESENTING Michigan were
.1'I

I

VAN BOVEN
Bargain Day Specials in Our

Ned Stewart, '52E, as A division
skipper with Pam Wagner, '52A,
as crew and Carl Personke, '52,
with Jim Nyberg, '51E as the B
division crew.
Handicapped by their inex-
perience with the larger size Cub
boats which were used in the
race and by the fact that Per-
sonke, who has only been sail-
ing since March, has had no
experience sailing a boat with a
jib, the Wolverine tars, who re-
tired the trophy last year, earned
a total of 55 points compared to
67 for Wisconsin and 65 for the
second place OSU men.
Northwestern p 1 a c e d fourth
with 44 points followed by Pur-
due with 37, Cincinnati with 33
and Washington with 26.
* * *
JOHN PROCTOR of OSU was
rated top skipper in the A division
while Michigan's Stewart placed
second. Tops of the B skipper was
Chick Cichowski of Wisconsin.
Personke placed fourth.
The Michigan Sailing Club
has been practicing in D-T's-a
smaller boat which is much more
difficult to handle than the
Cubs, known for their stability
in the water. "Compared to a
D-T, sailing a Cub is like push-
ing a baby buggy, Personke said.
Daily practice in the larger craft
and a knowledge of its abilities
in any weather proved the ad-
vantage which placed Wisconsin
at the top in the two day event.
Early morning rain Saturday
prevented a scheduled start, but
races finally began just before

noon with a 15-20 m.p.h. wind. By
the third race, however, the wind
had died down to about 5 m.p.h.
AFTER THE second rave the
course was moved farther out into
the lake as there had been com-
plaints that boats anchored within
the original sailing area were in-
terfering with the race.
The races ran as follows:
I A division: 1. Wis., 2. OSU
(disq.) Purdue. 4. Mich.
B division: OSU, Wash., Wis.,
Mich.
3 A: OSU, Purdue, (disq.),
Mich., Wis.
B: Wis., OSU, Mich., Cinc.
3 A: OSU, Purdue, NW, Mich.
B: Wisc., OSU, Purdue, NW,
Mich.
4 A: OSU, Mich., Wis., Pur-
due.
B: OSU, Wis., Mich., Cinc.
5 A OSU, Wis., Mich., Cinc.
B: Wis., NW, OSU, Mich.
6 A: OSU, Mich., Wis., Cine.
B: NW, Wash., Wis., OSU ...
Mich. last.
In addition a dance and several
cooling off parties were arranged
by the Hoofers. Aided by their
strategic position in the brewery
belt, the Wisconsin hosts were able
to offer many forms of entertain-
ment, as they celebrated their first
trophy in their Invitational Rega-
ta.
Winning skippers were also re-
warded with unexpected tossings
into the lake and the last place
skipper from Washington received
a kiss from each of the 16 candi-
dates for Summer Prom Queen.

Half the Cubs rushed out to
protest that the ball had hit the
top of the wall and was in play,
and first baseman Chuck Con-
nors ultimately was ejected by
Robb for protesting too vigor-
ously.
The ruling stood, and Hodges
had his 29th circuit drive which
tied the score at 2 to 2.
* * *
THE BOSTON Red Sox cele-
brated their return to Fenway
Park for a 19-game stay by sub-
jecting Chicago's sagging White
Sox to their fifth straight setback
by an 8-3 margin.
Lefty Leo Kiely limited Chi-
cago's all righthanded lineup to
four hits to keep the second
place Boston forces only three
percentage points behind the
league leading New York Yan-
kees.
Up from the Louisville farm club
only a month, Kiely kept the
White Sox blanked until the eighth
inning when Don Lenhardt clout-
ed his 10th homer after pinch-
hitter Sam Hairston and Bob Dil-
linger had been given bases on
balls.
The Red Sox clinched matters
in the first inning by scoring five
runs on three hits and five bases
on balls against starter Howie
Judson and ex-Red Socker Harry
Dorish. Three of those tallies were
forced over the plate.
* * *
THE NEW YORK Giants de-
feated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3
in 10 innings to give Sal Maglie
his 14th victory of the season.
Bobby Thomson rapped out his
11th homer of the season in the
seventh inning to open the Giants'
scoring.
Maglie's victory put him in
the select class in the National
League. Only Don Newcombe
of .the Brooklyn Dodgers has as
many wins in the senior circuit.
The Giants remain in second
place, nine games back of the
Dodgers.
DETROIT'S Marlin Stuart sti-
fled a ninth inning Washington
rally and beat the Senators, 2-1,
on a 6-hitter. The defeat snapped
Washington's four-game winning
streak.
A Senator rally in the ninth
inning fell one run short, as the
former reliefer, in his second
starting role, turned back the
threatening -Washington team.
Bob Porterfield was the losing
pitcher for the Senators.
Lefty Warren Spahn soared to
his 11th victory as the Boston
Braves crashed through for four
runs in the seventh inning to set
back the Cincinnati Reds 6-1
Spahn struck out six and walk
only one batter. Walker Cooptr
added an insurance run in the
eighth with his rousing 11th
homer.

A.

N

PR E-INVENTORY

SALE

of Clothes and Furnishings
This is our twice yearly pre-inventory sale of fine quality Van Boven
clothing and furnishings. Al lmerchandise offered for sale is from
our regular stock.

Americas League
Williams, Red Sox.............
Zernial, Athletics .................
Robinson, White Sox .............
National League
Kiner, Pirates................
Snider, Dodgers ...............
Irvin, Giants ..................
Westlake, Cardinals............

81
76
75
68
66
64
64

CLOTHING

HOME RUNS
American League
Zernial, Athletics ................. 23
Williams, Red Sox ................ 18
Wertz, Tigers ................... 17
National League
Hodges, Dodgers .................. 29
Kiner, Pirates .................... 25
Snider, Dodgers................21

All Tropical Worsted Suits from 31.60 to 76.00 . . . Formerly 39.50 to 95.00
90 All Wool Regular Weight Suits 42.50 to 64.50 ... Formerly 55.00 to 95.00
A Representation of Tweeds, Flannels and Worsteds, not all sizes.

SAVE AT SAM'S STORE
ROLL.BACK
BARGAINS."

I

9

Special Group of SUMMER SUITS
As low as 17.50

SPECIAL GROUP
SPORT COATS
25.50 to 44.50
Formerly
35.00 to 60.00

SPECIAL GROUP
SLACKS

I

MEN'S
SEERSUCKER PANTS
SANFORIZED 2.Cords Included

,

SPECIAL GROUP
TOPCOATS

F,

L.

20%

off

20% off
FURNISHINGS

MEN'S
RAYON DRESS SHIRTS
WHITE AND COLORS
Sizes 14 to 17 - Long Sleeves
$2.00
MEN'S
RAYON DRESS PANTS
$4.95
Worth $6.50

.

SELECTED GROUP
SHIRTS
3.85, 3 for 11.25
Formerly 4.95 to 5.50
25%

SELECTED GROUP
NECKWEAR

*

Formerly 2.50....... NOW
Formerly 3.50....... NOW

1.65
2.65

Formerly 5.00....... NOW 3.85

off

'

Selected groups of

MEN'S WHITE "HANKIES"
9C
ONE DOZEN -- $1.00

PAJAMAS, ROBES, SPORT SHIRTS, CAPS, SWEATERS, SLEEVELESS SWEATERS, WALKING SHORTS, ETC.

50%

off

Selected groups of

DENIM SPORTSWEAR, SWIM TRUNKS, STRAW HATS, FELT HATS and SPORT SHIRTS
ALL SALES FINAL

MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE
SPORT SHIRTS
135 2 fo

I1

.. cr 1) tfn

fl

I

i

I

I

11ll =

or -2.5 1.

.

0

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan