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THE MICHIGA~N 1DAILY

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Moffitt Wins, Eliminates
Ex-Wimbledon Champion_

CLASSIFIEDS

' E aaw WIMBLEDON, England (A')-
D ryw Billie Jean Moffitt, the 19-year-old
giant killer from Long Beach,
California, upset former champion
HELSINGBORG, Sweden )T Maria Bueno of Brazil yesterday
Dennis Fitzgerald, former Big Ten and joined Darlene Hard, another
champion, gained a draw with Californian, in the semifinals of
Helmut Laengle of Austria in a the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis
welterweight match of the World Championships.
Greco-Roman wrestling cham- Little Billie Jean, overlooked in
pionshipsand Jim Ferguson, from the seedings, knocked out seventh-
Michigan State, lost a light heavy- seeded Miss Bueno, the 1959 and
weight match to Switzerland's Ru- 1960 winner, 6-2, 7-5 and kept alive
dolf Feist yesterday. her growing reputation for deflat-
Fitzgerald, a former Michigan ing favorites. When she smashed
halfback, was eliminated later in home the winning point, Billie
the day when he lost to Antal Jean, only 5-foot-6, danced joyful-
Ritzmaier of Hungary in the third ly to the net while the dispirited
round. Brazilian walked up slowly for
Jim Ratschke, a senior at the the handshake.
University of Nebraska, and Last Try
Wayne Baughman, a senior at Miss Hard, making her eighth
Oklahoma, scored victories for the -and probably last- attempt to
United States.a
Baughman and another U.S. en- win at Wimbledon, eliminated Jan
trant, Ben Northrup, were elimi- Lehane of Australia 6-1, 1-2 when
nated, however. the Australian girl had to retire
Baughman drew with Horst because of a twisted ankle. Miss
Hess of West Germany and then Hard, also from Long Beach, is
defeated Arne Gerlov of Denmark seeded fourth but ranked No. 1 in
on points in a third round middle- the United States.
weight bout. Baughman needed a Next in line for Billie Jean in
pin to keep from being eliminated Thursday's semis will be Ann
in the third round bout. . Haydon Jones of Britain, who

ousted Mrs. Donna Floyd Fales of
New York 6-4, 6-1.
Miss Hard, the perennial chal-
lenger, must face top-seeded Mar-
garet Smith of Australia who de-
feated Renee Schuurman of South
Africa after losing the first set
3-6, 6-0, 6-1. Miss Smith, winner
of most of the big tournaments
in the world but never at Wim-
bledon, was beaten here last year
by Billie Jean in a first round
match.
Tested Today
Chuck McKinley, an acrobatic
22-year-old from St. Louis and
Trinity University in San Antonio,
Tex., will carry America's hopes
in the men's singles semifinals
today against Wilhelm Bung-
ert, the German conqueror of fa-
vored Roy Emerson.
In the other semifinal, it will
be Manuel Santana of Spain, the
No. 2 seed, against Fred Stolle,
the Australian who ousted Frank
Froehling of Coral Gables, Fla.,
in the quarter-finals.
Off Form
It was Billie Jean's day at
Wimbledon-just as it had been
a year ago when she rocked Miss
Smith. Miss Bueno had won this
historic title twice but she showed
signs of her old championship
form only towards the end of the
second set.
Rallying from 3-5 to 5-5 in the
second set, Miss Bueno ran into
an inspired American as Misr
Moffitt broke service for a 6-5
edge, and then took her own de-
termined service in the 12th game.
Sternburg
Injucred on
Trampoline
BULLETIN
SEATTLE (A)-Brian Stern-
berg, University of Washington
pole, vaulter, whose leap of 16-
feet, 8-inches is pending as a
world mark was seriously in-
jured in an accident on a tram-
poline last night.
Sternberg was taken to the
University of Washington hos-
pital paralyzed, apparently suf-
fering a broken neck.
He was not moved and the
entire trampoline was taken to
the hospital. He was conscious,
but unable to move.

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Trippi Quits Georgia
Job for Pro Coaching,
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Moscow's giant Lenin Stadium
yesterday.
Larry Questad, 19-year-old na-
tional collegiate champion from
Stanford University, d a s h e d
across the finish line in the 100-
meter event in 10.3 seconds, a
meet record.
The young American became the
first foreigner ever to win the
event in the six-year history of
the Znamensky Brothers Memor-
ial competitions.
His surprise triumph came on
the heels of an impressive 13:50.2
victory in the 5,000-meter run by
Michel Jazy of France, 1962 Eu-
ropean champion in the 1,500-me-
ter event.
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...And More Track
ZURICH, Switzerland (I)-Jay
Silvester of Trementon, Utah, the
1963 American AAU champion,
won the discus event yesterday in
the 11-nation Zurich track and
field meet with a toss of 198 feet,
11% inches.
John Pennel of Northeast Loui-
siana Unversity, one of the legion
of 16-foot pole vaulters, finished
second in his specialty by clear-
ing 15 feet, 3 inches. The event
was won by decathlon star Chuan-
Kwang Yang of Formosa. and
UCLA at 15-9%.
Fight Talk
LOUISVILLE, Ky. 0P) - Bob
Nilon, co-manager of heavy-
weight champion Sonny Liston,
met yesterday with Cassius Clay's
spokesman to work out details of
their proposed fight next Septem-
ber.
Faversham said Nilon then
agreed to discuss the possibility of
a Sept. 30 fight in Philadelphia"
"with the people he represents."
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