THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Tigers Win on Homer
By The Associated Press
ETROIT-Gates Brown greet-
elief pitcher Frank Baumann
1 a two-run homer in the
th inning as the Detroit Ti-
came from behind to edge
Chicago White Sox 3-2 last
ay Herbert was breezing on a
'-hitter through seven innings
when Al Kaline singled with
out in the eighth, White Sox
iager Al Lopez brought on
mann. Brown then tagged his
i homer to put the Tigers on
orm Cash accounted for De-
is firs~t run with a solo homer
*' '* *
EIILADELPHIA'- Willie Mc-
ey, whose run-scoring double
the game in the eighth in-
r slashed a bases-loaded sin-
gle for two runs in the 10th last
night, sparking San Francisco to
a 6-3 triumph over National
The victory moved the second-
place Giants to within one-half
game of the Phillies.
Juan Marichal allowed only four
hits, becoming the major leagues'
second pitcher to win 15 games.
He has lost five, giving him the
same record as Sandy Koufax of
the Los Angeles Dodgers.
WASHINGTON - Don Lock's
second homer of the night, a
three-run shot in the 12th inning,
gave the Washington Senators a
4-1 victory over the Cleveland In-
dians last night.
Joe Cunningham walked with
one out in the 12th and then Gary
Bell, Cleveland's fifth pitcher, hit
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Chuck Hinton with a pitch. Lock's
17th homer then broke it up.
* * *
Braves knocked out Joe Nuxhall
with five runs in the first in-
ning and went on to a 6-2 vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Reds yes-
A two-run double by Joe Torre
sparked the uprising, which gave
Tony Cloninger an easy path to
his 10th victory.
,i * *
PITTSBURGH - Roberto Cle-
mente, the National League's lead-
ing hitter, drove in two runs last
night as Pittsburgh defeated Hous-
Clemente singled across the Pi-
rates' first run in the first inning
and sent another home in the thirc
on a force play. He singled again
in the seventh, giving him a 2-for-
4 night. That raised his average
to ..345, one point ahead of Chica-
go's Billy Williams.
CHICAGO-The St. Louis Car-
dinals rode a seven-run inning to
a 9-1 rout of teh Chicago Cubs
St. Louis sent 12 batters to the
plate in the 34-minute seventh,
and eight of them hit safely as
loser Lew Burdette, Bobby Shantz,
and Lindy McDaniel, all former
Cardinals, took turns trying to get
the side out.
KANSAS CITY - Ed Bressoud
raced home with the winning run
as rookie Berto Campaneris bob-
bled a ground ball in the ninth
inning, giving Boston a 3-2 vic-
tory over Kansas City last night.
Bressoud walked with one out
then went all the way to third
when pitcher Diego Segui threw
wildly trying to pick him off at
first. Bob Tillman then grounded
to shortstop Campaneris, who
couldn't hold the ball.
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LOS ALTOS HILLS, Calif. UP)-
.merica's best swimmers, pre-
ominantly a teen-aged bunch,
pen competition today in the Na-
.onal AAU championships, a pre-
jew of Olympic chances.
Ginnie Duenkel of West Orange
.J., a 17-year-old lass, attempts
defend her 1500-meter crown
xt he opening event and only
ae on today's program at Foote-
.Tomorrow six men's events and
ye for the women are on the
The field for the women's 1500
r metric mile included Carolyn
ouse of Los Angeles, the world
ecord holder, Sharon Finneran of
ie host Santa Clara Swim Club
hd 13-year-old Patty Caretto
rom the City of Commerce in
os Angeles County.
Miss Caretto beat both Misses
innernan and House in the re-
ent Los Angeles invitatinals in
3 minutes, 45 seconds, just one
cond off the world mark Caro-
rn set two years ago.
The entry list for the four days
f competition totaled 380.
The Santa Clara Swim Club has
atered 23 men and 19 women and
)ld win championships in each
lvision-a fe'at which has not
reviously been accomplished.
Donna de Varona, world record
older in the 400-meter individual
iedley and 100-meter backstroke,
eads th Santa Clara women's
She may not be in top form,
owever, because of a slightly
rained muscle in her left leg.-
oach George Haines said, "I'm
ire, it will be all right by Fri-
EVANSTON, Ll. (P)-The Col-
ge All-Stars had a pair of zippy
otball practices yesterday and
aw a game plan mapped by their
oaches, who feel they can defeat
ae Chicago Bears if it is followed.
The primary aim now is to get
he personnel to execute the plan
laC ritica ll
BEMIDJI, Minn. (P). -- Tom
ranckhauser, 26, third-year de-
ensive back from Purdue, suf-
Sed a critical head injury in a
crimmage at the Minnesota Vik-
igs' football training camp.
Franckhauser was listed in criti-
al condition in a Bemidji hospi-
$l with brain hemorrhaging.
Viking officials said Franck-
auser tackled rookie fullback
ill McWatters of North Texas
tate hard during a brief scrim-
iage which concluded the Na-
onal Football League team's af-
They said Franckhauser got up
lowly from the tackle, and said
e was all right. But a few plays
iter he collapsed. He got up, but
omplained of being dizzy and was
ushed to the Bemidji hospital.
He then became incoherent and
ae hemorrhaging began.
Doctors here tapped his spine
o relieve the pressure, and sum-
ioned a neuro-surgeon.
The All-Stars face the National
Football League champions in Sol-
dier Field Aug. 7.
The coaches believe the 1964
squad has running backs who are
at least equal to those of last
year, when the collegians defeat-
ed the Green Bay Packers 20-17.
Among the runners being count-
ed on to augment the game plan
are Tony Lorick of Arigona State;
Willis Crenshaw, Kansas State;
Joe Don Looney, Oklahoma; Matt
Snell, Ohio State; Bobby Smith,
North Texas State, and Charlie
Taylor, Arizona State.
* * * .
SPOKANE, Wash-Former head
football coach Jim Sutherland of
Washington State said yesterday
that the Baltimore Colts did no-
thing wrong when they signed full-
back Herm McKee.
Sutherland was contacted at
his home here for comment on
a story in the Oakland Tribune
that the Colts had made enemies
on the West Coast by signing Mc-
Kee last December when he had
Sutherland said McKee came to
him to discuss signing with the
Colts. Sutherland later was re-
placed as coach at Washington
The former coach said he did
not believe McKee had any foot-
ball eligibility left. He thought he
still had some eligibility in track.
HOQUIAM, Wash. (P) - Vean
Gregg, once hailed by Ty Cobb
as the "best lefthander in the
league," died here yesterday after
a brief illness. He was 79.
Gregg broke into baseball when
Spokane was , in the Northwest
League in 1909. He pitched a no-
hitter for Portland against Los An-
geles in 1910 and went to Cleve-
land in the American League in
1911. His record that year was
He had 20-or-more wins three
times' in the majors and played
for Boston, Philadelphia, and
Washington. His curve ball was
considered his best pitch.
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SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. - The
thermomete hit 95 and there was
humidity to match at the Eastern
Grass Court Tennis Champion-
ships yesterday, but Dennis Ral-
ston, Bakerfield, Calif., Davis
Cupper, and Billie Jean Moffitt,
Long Beach, Calif., Wightman Cup
heroine, led a general advance of
seeded players into the quarter-
But Ralston had to sweat a bit
for his victory over Bill Lenoir,
a crewcut blond from Tucson,
Ariz. Dennis won the first set 6-1
but lost his service in the 10th
game of the second set and had
to fight off a Lenoir rally in the
final game before closing out the
match at 8-6.
In women's play unseeded Mrs.
Pat Stewart Edrich, a Manhattan
model, qualified to meet top seed-
ed Miss Moffitt by defeating
young Jean Danilovich, Jackson,
Calif., 8-6, 6-3. Billy Jean de-
feated Mary Ann Eisel, St. Louis,
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St. Louis 9, Chicago 1
Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 2
San Francisco 6, Philadelphia 3 (10
Pittsburgh 5, Houston 2
Los Angeles at New York (rain)
Houston at Pittsburgh (t-n)
San Francisco at Philadelphia (n)
Los Angeles at New York (n)
St. Louis tat Chicago
Only games scheduled
Wv L Pet. GB
x-New York 60 37 .619 -
x-Baltimore 60 39 .606 1
Chicago 59 40 .596 2
x-Los Angeles 54 51 .514 10
Boston 51 52 .495 12
Detroit 50 52 .490 12'A
x-Minnesota 49 51 .490 12%
Cleveland 43 56 .434 18
Kansas City 39 62 .386 23
Washington 40 65 .381 24
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Detroit 3, Chicago 2'
Boston 3, Kansas City 2
Washington 4, Cleveland 1
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
Baltimore at Minnesota (in.c)
Baltimore at Minnesota
Chicago at Detroit
Cleveland at Washington (n)
Only games scheduled
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