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THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1952

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ThREE

Shantz

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Sawyer's Dismissal Result
Of Unexpected Prosperity

By WHITNEY MARTIN
NEW YORK -(A) -We have
been pondering the ousting of Ed-
die Sawyer as manager of the
Phillies and have settled on the
idea that he was a victim of un-
expected prosperity.
* That is, instead of it being a
case of too little and too late, his
troubles trace to the fact his Phil-
lies got too much too soon. They
won a championship when they
were too young to handle the ac-
comipanying adulation, and as
their heads and waistlines swelled
their batting averages shrunk.
that al the so-called Whiz-Kids
were vctims of this self-adulatin
wer aflited tohav te a detrimen-
The Phihies weren't supposed
to win the National League Pen-
nant two years ago. The power-.
laden Brooklyn Dodgers were
expected to be a shoo-in, but the
Dodgers proved to be the Dod-
gers-unpredictable, unexplain-
able.
Beach homes, convertibles, pic-
nics. The Phils really lived like
chapos. Theonly trouble was
ahd the men who arrived in camp
out of condition remnained out of
TREATING THE players with
kid gloves hadn't worked, so this
past spring something new was
tried. The gloves covered an iron
fist, you might say.
No wives at camp, no cars, a

curfew, long and strenuous
practice sessions made the
spring grind ust that and it is
noecre thattepayr e
sente tis austerity program.
Caught in the middle of all this
was Eddie Sawyer, a scholarly, af-
fable gentleman. He is no less as-
tute as a manager than he was
two years ago, so it must be de-
duced that the slipping and slith-
ering of his team must have been
due to circumstances beyond his
control.
Eleven in 13
NEW YOR K-(W th a ls-
sentenced 11 fixers as a climax to
the big basketball scandal.*
They drew prison terms rang-
ing from six months to as high as
four to seven years.
JUDGE STREIT urged jail pen-
alties for college alumni, boosters
or officials who subsidize players.
He warned that the nation's col-
leges hold the fate of intercol-
legiate athletics .in their own
hands'.
"When the next scandal
breaks,'' said the general ses-
sions judge gloomily, "it may
destroy intercollegiate sports."
It took Judge Streit nearly four
hours to denounce commercial-
ism in college sports anid to sen-
tence the fixers. U~is denunciation

FH ENRYH -
STE VENS, Inc.
DISTA C

White Sox Beat Tigers, 3-2; Drobny Nips
Phils Batter Bums Twice Herbie Flarn
By TIhe Associated Press* 2-1 to cut the Dodgers' first place In Five Sets
P HIL AD EL P HI A- Bobby lead over New York to three games.
Shantz, the little moundsman with The Giants missed a grand op-
the big curve ball, chalked up his portunity by dropping a 2-1 de- Favored Czeeh
14th victory of the American Lea- cision to the Boston Braves.
gue campaign last night as he * * * Almot LI
turned in a four-hitter to give A PINCH HIT home run by Bill H S . oses
the Philadelphia Athletics a 4 to 1 Nicholson following an eighth inn-
Swin over the Washington Sena- ing walk to Connie Ryan won the WIMBLEDON - (A) -- Herbie
tors- nightcap for the Phils after Rob- Flam, America's last color-bearer,
S Shantz, almost a shoo-in to be erts had chalked up his 11th vic- sunk in heart-breaking defeat be-
the American League's starter for tory with a six-hitter in the open- fore Jaroslav Drobny yesterday in
N ~the All-Star game here next Tues- er. a sensational five-set semni-final
RED ROLFE day, was even stingier with the Nicholson, who had hit only match that ended a five-year U.S.
...exit the manager base hits than usual- one homer previously this sea.. domination of the men's singles
* * * son, batted for Meyer, who was in the All-England Lawn Tennis
IN ADDITION to Jackie Jen- credited with his fifth victory Championships.
sen's homer, he issued singles to against nine defeats. Meyer al- A packed house of 13,000 fans
/ Se itetcesJim Vernon in the fourth, Pete lowed seven hits and uitched gave Flam the greatest ovation an
Porterfieid 79 E i he e ighh. Shnt when SmokyHni Bugesv widribledon center court sic e
son. permitted Andy Pfko, whob had '49,rcederin for fuly1 minnutes
brought tears to the eyes of some WHITE SOX 3, TIGERS 2 Ben Wade, who also allowed iled Czec akd shlowleback to-
odf the defendants. One broke DETROIT - Minnie Minoso's seven hits but walked as many, their dressing rooms.
down in sobs, ninth homer of the season with went the distance and was charg- *
no one on base helped the Chicago ed with the defeat. It was the
IF ANYTHING, Judge Streit White Sox to a 3-2 victory yester- second time this year that Phila- AFTER LOSING the first two
seemed even more aroused than day over the Detroit Tigers who delphia had won a doubleheader sets to the 31-year-old Drobny,
he was last November when he are surrounded by reports of a from the Dodgers, who have drop- hyunsefrmBeryHs,
branded college basketball and managerial shakeup. ped a twin bill to no other club. California, fought back in a stir-
football a sordid big business. At Billy Pierce, although driven * * *rn al osur h ac t
that time, he sent boss fixer Sal- from the mound in the seventh CUBS 8-3, PIRATES 3-0 2-2. One service break by Drobny
vatore Sollazzo to prison for eight inning, was credited with his ninth CHICAGO-Paul Minner and thesdecisihe et.eeneedt ae
to 16 years--the longest sentence victory. Steve Souchock blasted Warren Hacker pitched the Chi- tedcsv e.
yet in college sports' worst scan- his fourth homer with one man on cago Cubs to a double-header Drobny outlasted his 23-year-
dal. base off Pierce in the seventh inn- sweep via 8-3 and 3-0 scores over old rival after one of the most
"To prevent demoralization ing. the Pittsburgh Pirates before 16,- spectacular comebacks Wimble-
* ,, 453 paying customers yesterday, don ever has seen to win 6-2,
adgecorruptio ofd athlnetes," THE WHITE SOX got their Minner scored his eighth tri- 6-4. 0-6, 8-10, 6-4. The victory'
Judg Stei saat on pon first two runs with the help of umph, fourth over Pittsburgh, on put the bounding Czech into
in toay's staement, "a new rightfielder Souchock's error in a yield of 13 hits in the free swing- Friday's final for the second
state statute should be enacted the fourth inning. Minoso and ing opener that produced a total time in 10 years of tryng
in each state, making it a crim- Sam Mele singled and Eddie Rob- of 27 assorted safeties.rin-
inal offense for any person, be inson drove in Minoso with a sin- * * lie will meet Frank Sedgman
he alumnus, town booster or gle. Mele also scored when Souch- HACKER RENDERED the Pi- who ousted Mervyn Rose, 6-4,
college official, to subsidize ath- ock threw wildly to third. rates run-less in the bob-tailed 6-4, '1-5, in a drab all-Australian
Veteran lefthander Hal New- second game, called after seven match that suffered badly in com-
The stiffest prison sentence - houser suffered his fourth de- and a half innings due to dark- prison with the dramatics of the
four to seven years -- went to feat against two victories. It ness, on a yield of just two sin- obyFmbate
,Joseph Benintende, 43-year-old was his third start since his gles. It was Hacker's fifth pay- Flam's defeat meant that the
ex-convict, described as the lead- most recent comeback began off, and his first major league United States, which has held the
er of his own betting rin. and aside from the homer and shutout to assure the Cubs a 3-1 title since Jack Kramer won in
* * * three. successive singles, he look- series edge. 1947, won't have a man in the
DANIEL LAMONT, 44, a weal- ed impressive. Hank Sauer belted his twen- final. Still, Flam's performance
thyAltona Pnnslvaia mau- * ty-first homer in the fifth inn- fully vindicated the honor of
facturer and real estate promoter, PHILLIES 4-2, DODGERS 3-1 igof the ssecond sgame behind American tennis.
drew six months for conspiracy in BROOKLYN - RighithandersBoAdi'scnsnge
the bribe scandal. Robin Roberts and Russ Meyer .Rookie Ronnie Kline, suffering DID YOU KNOW . . . That In
pitched the Philadelphia Phillies his fifth loss without a victory, spite of the fact that the Michigan
to a sweep of the doubleheader was the victim of Sauer's smack ,basketball team finished far down
4with Brooklyn yesterday, 4-3 and which cleared the left center field in the conference last year, the
DEPT. OF SPIEEICI screen and landed in Waveland records show the Maize and Blue
PRSNSAve. to be in fourth place behind Illi-
"TWELFTHall-time games won and lost per-
NTWEHT" Blanks Metals ]M'ajor League ___________
COMEDY - RoMANC;E ab on One Hi 1nig
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tonight Tliru Sat.- sparkling one-hit shutout yester- New York 4' 2 Pet G
8:90 P.M. day as the Psychology Department Cleveland 39 32 .549 3
blanked the Metals Lab nine, 4-0 Washington 36 30 .545 3
Adrn. $l.20, 90c, 60c in the best of the five softball- Boston 38 32 .543 31,
games played in the intramural Chicago 39 /33 .542 3
MEDLSON e MKeachie received strong bat- Piladelhia 27 TYP443G1
THEATRE ting support from Spike Tanner Detroit 23 47 .392 18
and Harry McCallum, bot;1 of * * - H R HA D
________ whom smacked long home runs. . NATIONAL LEAGUE SRT A D
In the other four contests the w L Pet. GB ACCOUNTiNG
COOL COOL ~~~Pyics Department be a h Lha- wok ! 2 U I E
ent 10-4 Ph DeltPhi rolled St. Louis 39 34 .534 1 A CH, . ES
ENDS TONIGHT over Theta Delta Chi, 23-9, and Philadelphia 32 37 .464 16 %lse o omn
ENSONGTPhi Gamma Delta drubbed Phi Cincinnati 31 39 .443 18 C0ass andw Evening
__________________ Kappa Tau, 19-7. Boston 28 43 .394 21 DAr-oold roomsn
Pittsburgh 19 55 .257 32 Arcoe om
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