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April 12, 1959 - Image 10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Braves Halt
Pirates, 4-3
By The Associated Press
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 3
PITTSBURGH-Veteran right-
hander Lew Burdette's effective
clutch pitching, backed up by three
home runs, today propelled the
Milwaukee Braves to a 4-3 victory
over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Burdette, a 20-game winner last
season, stifled budding Pirate
rallies in the seventh and ninth as
he started his quest for another
big year. He gave up 12 hits but
only one walk.
Chicago Cubs 6, Los Angeles 1
CHICAGO-Catcher Sammy Tay-
lor slammed across four runs, three
on a bases-loaded double, to wheel
the Chicago Cubs to a 6-1 victory
over the Los Angeles Dodgers in
a tardy National League opener
before 12,288 yesterday.
Chicago's 23 - year - old Bobby
Anderson hurled impressively to
capture the Wrigley Field inau-
gural.
Besides Taylor, two rookies play-,
ed an important role in the Cub
triumph. Third baseman Earl
Averill and centerflelder George
Altman collaborated, on the second
hit for each, to launch Chicago's
decisive four-run fifth inning.
After Altman opened the fifth!
by beating out a hit to third,
Averill, doubled. Chicago subse-
quently loaded the bases and then
Taylor unloaded his decisive dou-
ble.
San Francisco 5, St. Louis 2
ST. LOUIS - The San Fran-
cisco Giants last night collected
their first dividend from the Sam
Jones-for-Bill White trade as Sam
'the Toothpick Man' stopped his
former St. Louis Cardinals mates
6-2 with a 'solid 'eight-hitter.
Thei34-year-oldighrighthander
struck out seven with his dazzling
curves and quick fast ball,

CHAMPIONS LEAD IN SERIES, 2-0:
Canadians T op Leafs in Stanley Cup Game, 3-1

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By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - The Montreal
Canadiens took a tight hold on
the defense of the "National
Hockey League's Stanley Cup last
night by defeating the Toronto
Maple Leafs 3-1 for a 2-0 lead in
their best-of-seven final playoff
series.
Breaking out of a 1-1 tie after
two periods, the Canadiens won
the game early in the final period
when Claude Provost sent the
puck into the net past Toronto
goalie Johnny Bower at 5:02.
Provost put the game out of

reach of the Leafs with his sec- But being behind is nothing
ond goal at 18:33. Doug Harvey new for the Leafs. They climbed
had a hand in both of Provost's out of the cellar late in the regu-
goals and Phil Goyette also as- lar season and reached the play-
sisted on the second. offs on the final day. They were

down to Boston 2-0 in the semi-
finals, won three straight and
then took the deciding seventh
game after the Bruins had squared
the series at 3-3.
Defenseman Tom Johnson, who
tallied 10 goals during the regu-
lar season while racking up 29
assists, sent the Canadiens off in'
front in a penalty-marred first
period. He tallied at 5:12 on as-
sists from Henri Richard and
Dickie Moore. Nine minor penal-
ties were called in the period.
The second period was much
quieter penalty-wise as Ron Stew-
art scored at 11:41 for Toronto on
assists from Bert Olmstead and i'
Bob Pulford.

LUIS APARICIO
.. . game winning homer

White Sox Whip Tigers;
Indians Defeat Athletics

By The Associated Press

Chicago White Sox 5, Detroit 3
DETROIT - Early Wynn won
his 250th major league game yes-
terday and Sherm Lollar and Luis
Aparicio supplied the home-run
power in the Chicago White Sox's
5-3 triumph over the Detroit
Tigers.
Wynn, a 39-year-old right-
hander who began his baseball
career back in 1937, leads all ac-
tive major league pitchers in vic-
tories and ranks 22nd among
baseball's all-time winners.
Wynn was behind almost every
batter yesterday, but managed to
work his way out of several trouble
spots and hung on for the Sox's
second victory in two days over
the Tigers.
Lollar cracked two home runs
and Aparicio, Chicago's 150-pound
shortstop, hit a tie-breaking blast
in the seventh inning.
Cleveland 3, Kansas City 2
KANSAS CITY - Cleveland
squeezed out a 3-2 victory over

Kansas City yesterday on the
strength of an 11-hit attack.
Southpaw Don F e r r a r e s e
pitched brilliantly, allowing only
four hits. He was jerked in the
eighth after giving up his sec-
ond home run of the game.
' The A's only scores were home
runs by Hectoi Lopez, his second
of the season, and Bill Tuttle.

GAME WINNER-Claude Provost, Montreal Canadian winger,
broke a 1-1 tie early in the third period last night, when he fired
a shot past Toronto Maple Leaf goalie, Johnny Bower. The Cana-
dians went on to win, 3-1, and take a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup
Playoffs.

announcing..
uARIGet- Ready- for- Sp r'ing SA LE
(of photicular interest to photographers)
WATCH CAREFULLY - EVERY DAY DIFFERENT!

Grand Opening
Monday, April 13,1959
open daily 9-6
FREE ICE CREAM CONE
for Everyone who comes in!
605 ,CHURCH
' New bicycles C
'A Expert repairs
EAST
' Hobbies EAST UNIVERSITY :5QUAD
Small supply CAPS 0f
of hardware STATE _
F UNION
Beaver's Bicycle Shop
605 Church Street

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Major League Standings

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accessories slide files tripods slide magazines
lens brushes tele & W.A. lenses

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Tuesday ... gadget bags and light meters.
Wednesday projectors and viewers and screens.,
movies cameras splicers
Thursday .. . editors titlers
Frd cameras 35mm folding
Friay-.- 2/ sq. reflex brownie
Saturday *5 GIGANTIC SPECIALS -sold at c on the $1.00
general round-up on all of the above items.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago'5, Detroit 3
Cleveland 3, Kansas City 2
Boston at New York, rain
Baltimore at Washington, rain
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit
Cleveland at Kansas City
Boston at New York
Baltimore at Washington

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati at Philadelphia, rain
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 3
Chicago 6, Los Angeles 1
San Francisco 5, St. Louis 2
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at St. Louis (night)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
Los Angeles at Chicago
Cincinnati at Philadelphia

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SPEECH

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ARCHITECTURE

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WEEK LONGEVENTS

Alpha Rho Chi-Architectural Exhibit Union, 3rd floor (Conference)
Alumni Memorial Hall Art Museum-
Persian Art: Graphic Art ............ Alumni Art Museum
Ann Arbor Association Exhibit ............Union, 3rd floor (Z)
Mathew B. Brady Photographs . . . ... Union, 3rd floor (C).

Burton Memorial Tower-Carillon (Noon)

Experimental, Automotive Design,. . ... Union, Front-Lower Lobby
Hopwood Reading Room....................1006 Angell Hall
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology . . ............ . Kelsey Museum
Leonardo da Vinci Inventions. .............. Clements Library
Newspaper National Snapshot Awards ..... . Union, 3rd floor (B),

Photography Contest................... ...Union, Main floor
School of Architecture and Design-
Oriental Calliagraphy-Graduate Work .Architecture Building
Training Exhibit-Furniture Display ........ Union, 3rd floor (D)
University Architecture ...........Union, 3rd floor (Conference)
Tours of WUOM Studios ......... . .....Administration Building

SPECIAL DAILY EVENTS

Monday
Music Composer's Forum-
Original compositions per-
formed:- Roacanstb y WUOM

Tuesday
Mich. Final Preliminaries*
Oratorical
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Wednesday
Film-Lecture, "From Renoir to
Picasso" Victor Miesel, Fine
Arts

Thursday
Jazz Day Festival
Lecture- Recital, "Bach's

Friday
Color Slide Lecture by Dennis Lu-

Sunday
Symphonette Concert-An unus-
ual nonette led by Robert

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cey of Ansco-"Technique of
Color Photoaraphy"

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