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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 2, x165

THE MICHIGAN DAHY TUESDAY. JULY 2. 1961

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MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS:
Yanks Widen Lead on Williams' Relief

German Ousts Emerson
For Wimbledon Semi's

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Reliever Stan
Williams cut off a fifth inning
rally, then tripled in the lead run
in the bottom of the fifth as the
American League leading New
York Yankees pounded Boston,
7-5, last night with a 17-hit
attack.
Williams, squaring his record
at 3-3, allowed only one hit in his
four 2-3 innings of brilliant relief
work.
The victory, the Yankees' fourth
straight in the five-game series
with the Red Sox, boosted their

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first-place edge to 2% games over
the Chicago White Sox, who were
not scheduled.
Phil Linz, with four hits, led
the Yankees' offensive but it was
pitcher Williams who did the ma-
jor damage with a two-out triple
in the fifth that sent Clete Boyer
home with the run that cracked a
5-5 tie. The Yankee reliever then
scored on a single by Tony Kubek.
Williams came on in the top of
the fifth atfer the Red Sox had
tied the score off starter Jim
Bouton and singles by Carl Yas-
trzemski and Frank Malzone.
* * 'I.
A's Hold On
BALTIMORE - Kansas City
jumped into an early 5-0 lead last
night, hung on while Baltimore
scored three unearned runs in the
eighth inning and posted a 6-4
victory over the Orioles.
Right fielder George Alusik
dropped a fly ball to pave the way
Sports Writer
Marsh Dies;
Covered 'M'
Mil Marsh, sports editor for the
Ann Arbor News from 1923 to
1959, died in Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital here yesterday.
Marsh had been suffering from
a heart condition.
Marsh, somewhat of a legend
among sportswriters in Michigan
and across the country, was 65.
He spent his entire newspaper
career on the News and covered
Michigan football teams for 36,
years - including the 1948 Rose
Bowl team that included Bump
Elliott, Michigan's present head
coach.

for Baltimore's late rally. Two-I
out hits by Brooks Robinson and
Bob Johnson scored two runs be-
fore starter Dave Wickersham was
relieved by Moe Drabowsky.
Another run scored when sec-;
and baseman Jerry Lumpe slipped
after fielding a grounder.
* * *
Maloney Wins 12th
SAN FRANCISCO -- Tommy
Harper and Ken Walters smashed
home runs yesterday, providing
Cincinnati with a 4-3 decision over
San Francisco and victory number
12 for pitcher Jim Maloney.
Both homers came at the ex-
pense of southpaw Billy O'Dell,
who gave up 11 hits in the seven
innings he worked.
Ed Bailey homered for Nan
Francisco and also doubled in an-
other run, but the Giants left 13
runners stranded, and missed re-
peated scoring opportunities.
Phils Earn Split
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Phillies, aided by three
Pittsburgh errors, batted around
for six runs in the fifth inning
and won the second game of a
twin-night doubleheader, 8-1.
The Pirates won the opener, 2-1,
on Bill Virdon's run-scoring sin-
gle in the ninth inning.
Virdon's hit scored Ron Brand,
who ran for Jim Pagliaroni, and
broke up a first-game pitching
duel between the Phillies' Ray
Culp and Pittsburgh's Don Card-
well.
In the second game, the Phils'
veteran right-hander Cal McLish
and Earl Francis were hooked up
in a scoreless duel when Francis
threw wild to second on a possible
doubleplay, giving impetus to the
Phillies' six-run burst
Podres Beats Braves
LOS ANGELES-The Los An-
geles Dodgers, getting a five-hit,
12-strikeout performance f r o m
Johnny Podres, scored the winning
run on a ninth-inning single by

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pinch hitter Wally Moon and de-
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last night.
With one out in the ninth,
rookie right-hander Bob Sadow-
ski had allowed the Dodgers only
two hits and had retired 14 bat-
ters in order.
Then Maury Wills bounced a
single. up the middle and stole
second.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 7, Boston 5
Kansas City 6, Baltimore 4
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York (n)
Boston at Cleveland (n)
Los Angeles at Baltimore (n)
Minnesota at Detroit (n)
Kansas City at Washington (n)
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 3
Pittsburgh 2-1, Philadelphia 1-8
Los Angeles 2, Milwaukee 1
St. Louis at Houston (nc)
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Los Angeles (n)
Milwaukee at San Francisco (n)
Cincinnati at Houston (n)
New York at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (n)

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WIMBLEDON, England (P) -
Wilhelm Bungert, an unseeded'
German, ruined Roy Emerson's
dreams of a tennis "grand slam"
by upsetting the favored Austral-
ian in a five-set thriller yesterday
and moved on to a semifinal
match with Chuck McKinley, lone
American survivor in men's singles
play at Wimbledon.
Bungert eliminated the top-
seeded Emerson, who had hoped
to add Wimbledon and Forest Hills
to his Australian and French
titles. It was a nerve-tingling
match with the 24-year-old stu-
dent f r o m 'Munich outlasting
Emerson 8-6, 3-6, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
McKinley, t h e 22 -year - old
American from St. Louis and
Trinity in San Antonio, lived up
to his number-four seeding by
winning easily over Bobby Wilson,
British Davis Cupper, 8-6, 6-4,
6-2.
McKinley's Test Tomorrow
In his bid to become the first
American men's singles winner at
Wimbledon since Tony Trabert in
1955, McKinley meets Bungert
tomorrow in the semifinals.
Frank Froehling of Coral Ga-
bles, Fla., the only other U.S.
player among the eight men start-
ing the day, fell before Fred Stolle
of Australia. The unseeded Aus-
sie giant won 9-7, 7-5, 6-4 on his
steadiness. It was left for Stolle
to carry on for Australia, whose
players have won at Wimbledon
in six of the last seven years.
Manuel Santana. of Spain, the
number-two seed, advanced to a
semifinal date with Stolle by
whipping Christian Kuhnke of
Germany, a tall left-hander, 6-3,
6-4, 6-4.
McKinley Easy Winner
McKinley had no trouble with
Wilson and needed only 75 min-
utes to eliminate the man who
had knocked out fifth-seeded
Mike Mulligan of Australia on
Saturday. The American, a man
with lightning reflexes and plenty
of hustle, didn't have to chase with
his usual exuberance because of
Wilson's lethargy.
One seeded pair went out in the
women's doubles. Third - seeded
Jane Lehane and Lesley Turner
Palmer Cops
Three-Mlan
open Playoff
CLEVELAND (P) - Arnold Pal-
mer, golfdom's big money man,
fired a five-birdie barrage yester-
day to win a three-way playoff for
the Cleveland Open title first
place of $22,000 and set a one-
year money - won r e co r d of
$85,545.
Palmer shot a four-under-par
67 and won the 18-hole playoff,
his third playoff in as many weeks,
by three strokes over Tommy
Aaron and Tony Lema, each of
whom came in with a 70.
Palmer hiked his payoff for the
last three weeks to $54,000. He
got $25,000 two weeks ago for
winning the Thunderbird and
$7,000 in last week's National
Open in which he lost the playoff
to Julius Boros.
Palmer, who heads for England
to defend his British Open title
tomorrow, made a plea for more
Americans to go across the At-
lantic for that classic.
"Any good golfer misses some-
thing by not playing in the British
Open," he said. "It's a bit dif-
ferent over there, and you get a
different idea of the society of
golf."

of Australia were beaten by Brit-
ain's Rita Bentley and Jill Black-
man of Australia.
The California pair of Billie
Jean Moffitt of Long Beach and
Carole Caldwell of Santa Monica
also lost in the second round of
the women's doubles. They were
beaten 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 by Deidre Catt
and Elizabeth Starkie of Britain.
The American girls were unseeded
but Billie Jean was joint holder
with Karen Susman of San An-
tonio, Tex., of the title.
WAIVER DEALS:
Reds Obtain
Neal, Taylor;
Deal Veteran
By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI-The Cincinnati
Reds yesterday acquired third
baseman Charlie Neal and catcher
Sammy Taylor from the New
York Mets through waivers and
then sent second baseman Don
Blasingame to the Washington
Senators after he had been waived
out of the Nr.tional League.
The Mets gave up Neal, a rep-
ular, and Taylor, a second-string-
er, for $20,000 each and were to
acquire a player, still unnamed,
for the same waiver price.
He is expected to be catcher
Jesse Gonder, who is hitting .323
in 31 games for the Reds, with
three home runs.
Neal, who cost $125,000 and
player Lee Walls when the Mets
acquired him from the Los Angeles
Dodgers last year, broke in with
Brooklyn in 1956. A star in the
1959 World Series triumph, Neal
was acquired by the Mets to plug
a gap at shortstop. ie batted .260
in 136 games. Shifted to third
base this season, his hitting fell
off to .225.
To make room for Blasingame
on the Washington roster, pitcher
Jim Coates was sold to San Diego.
Blasingame, 31, regular second
baseman with the Reds for two
seasons, has a .264 lifetime bat-
ting average in eight seasons in
thi major leagues. He hit .281 last
season in 141 games but has hit
only .161 in 18 games this year.
* * *
KANSAS CITY - The Kansas
City Athletics bought catcher
Charley Lau from the Baltimore
Orioles yesterday and optioned
Manny Jiminez to Portland on a
24-hour recall.
The 30-year-old Lau, a left-
hander, appeared in 81 games last
season for the Baltimore club and
batted. .294.

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NO 5-6607

FOR SALE
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4th of JULY
ANNUAL ICC CO-OP
PICNIC & REUNION
All old members and friends invited
Portage Lake, Waterloo Recreation
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on Seymour Road to Portage Lake
State Park.
Picnic served 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Swimming games, old-time frolic
Adults 50c-Children free
If you have room for riders, or need
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For Reservations Call 8-6872

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We service all makes'and models
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on sale this year are no exception and are priced for a quick clearance.
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Blouses and Shirts Skirts and Bermudas
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Imports from Scotland
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Sweaters, were as high as 35.00-Now 8.95 to 19.95

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