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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

51

THE MICHIGAN DAILY S

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Baltimore's Barber
Quiets Yankee Bats

All-Stars Lose To Chica;
As Pass Defense Collaps

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Steve Barber, with
a late inning assist by Harvey
Haddix, won his third straight
over New York as the Baltimore
Orioles blanked the Yankees 2-0
last night and recaptured the
American League lead.
Haddix relieved Barber with two
on and two out in the seventh,
ended the threat by striking out
pinch hitter Phil Linz and check-
ed the Yankees the rest of the
way. Barber had pitched four-
hit and three-hit victories in his
last two appearances against the
Yanks.
PHILADELPHIA-Frank Thom-
as, an original New York Met who
was traded to the Philadelphia
Phillies before the game, socked
a double and single and batted
in two runs in his debut with the
Phils yesterday in a 9-4 victory
over the Mets.
Sent to the Phillies on waivers
for three minor league players,
Thomas also started a double play
in the seventh after the Phils
had rallied for four runs in the
sixth to break open a 4-4 game.
Major League
Standings

CHICAGO-Ray Herbert blank-{

ed the Boston Red Sox
hits and drove in both
game's runs yesterday in
the Chicago White Sox
three-game losing streak
2-0 victory.

on five
of the
helping
snap a
with a

AMERICANl

LEAGUE
W L Pct.

Baltimore 67 42 .604
New York 64 41 .6101
Chicago 66 43 .6061
x-Los Angeles 58 54 .518 V
Detroit 55 57 .491 U
y-Minnesota 53 56 .486 1
Boston 52 59 .468 1
y-Cleveland 50 59 .458 1
Kansas City 42 67 .385 24
x-Washington 42 71 .372 2
x-Played night game.
y--Second game incomplete.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 2, Boston 0
Cleveland 10, Minnesota 4
Baltimore 2, New York 0
Detroit 5, Kansas City 2
Washington at Los Angeles (an)
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at Cleveland
Baltimore at New York
Boston at Chicago
Kansas City at Detroit
Washington at Los Angeles (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.4
Philadelphia 63 43 .595
San Francisco 62 47 .569
Cincinnati 61 49 .554
Pittsburgh 57 50 .532
St. Louis 57 51 .528
Milwaukee 55 53 .509!
Los Angeles 54 53 .503!
Chicago 52 55 .4861
Houston 47 65 .416
New York 34 76 .3093
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 7-4, Pittsburgh 3-3
Philadelphia 9, New York 4
St. Louis 4, Houston 0
Los Angeles 5, Milwaukee 1
Cincinnati 5, San Francisco 3
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Philadelphia
Chicago at Pittsburgh
Los Angeles at Milwaukee
Houston at St. Louis (n)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (n)

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A veteran right-hander, who lost
a month this season while on the
disabled list, collected his fifth
victory against three losses. Ed
Connolly suffered the loss, his
eighth against two victories and1
his fourth to Chicago.
* * *t
CINCINNATI - Jim Maloneyf
struck out 12 men in six innings3
and drove in a run before his1
arm stiffened up last night, andI
the Cincinnati Reds went on to a
5-3 victory over the San Francisco
Giants.
Maloney looked like a threat to
the strikeout record, when he
whiffed 12 of the 24 batters who
faced him in six innings, but he
had to leave at that point. Thej
record is 18 for a nine-inning{
game and Maloney has struck out
16 in his career.
Young Billy McCool pitched the
last three innings and held the
Giants to two runs, including Jim1
Hart's ninth inning homer.
* * *
DETROIT-George Thomas andE
Bill Freehan hit back-to-backt
homers in the eighth inning and
Phil Regan scattered eight hits asl
the Detroit Tigers beat Kansas
City last night 5-2 for their fourth
straight victory. Manny Jimenez
got four of the hits off Regan.
It was the first victory for Re-
gan since July 3 and only his
fifth of the season.He was a 15-
game winner for the Tigers last
season.
Gates Brown hit a third homer
for the Tigers that accounted for
the first run of the game in the,
second inning. Detroit got two
more runs in the third on four
singles.
Phils Trade
For Thomas
PHILADELPHIA ()-The Phil-
adelphia Phillies aquired veteran
power hitter Frank Thomas from
the New York Mets yesterday for
three minor leaguers in a deal
the Phils' brass views as "pen-
nant insurance."
The Phils gave up Wayne Gra-
ham, a .305 hitting outfielder-
third baseman with Arkansas in
the Pacific Coast League, and two
other players to be delivered by
Aug. 12 and Oct. 31.
General Manager John Quinn
is no stranger to this game of
so-called pennant insurance deals.
The boss of the National League-
leading Phillies acquired Red
Schoendienst for Milwaukee in
1957 from the New York Giants.
and the slick infielder sparked the
Braves to the pennant.
Need Righthander
Now he finds his Phillies in
vital need of right-handed power
to thwart southpaw pitching that
has been beating the predomi-
nantly left-handed hitting Phils
in recent weeks. So, he reached out
and grabbed Thomas, a right-
handed slugger who has hit 275
career home runs.
There have been other notable
cases of mid- or late-season ac-
quisitions that have meant pen-
nant. The New York Yankees are
past masters of this maneuver.
They did it in 1949 when they got
Johnny Mize from the Giants,
and in 1951 when they acquired
pitcher Johnny Sain from the
Boston Braves.
Kroll Second Man
In addition to the 27-year-old
Graham, who has hit 11 home
runs and batted in 56 runs for
Arkansas, the Mets apparently
will get pitcher Gary Kroll, a
right-hander the Phillies have
placed on waivers to make room
for Thomas. Kroll appears to be
the player marked for Aug. 12
delivery.
The Phillies long have coveted
Thomas, whom Manager Gene
Mauch is expected to use as an

outfielder-first baseman against
left-handed pitching.

Chi Chi
Maintains
Golf Lead
CHICAGO (P)-Jaunty Chi Chi.
Rodriguez, shaking off a three-
week tournament slump, shot a
69 in the Western Golf Course
yesterday to capture the 36-hole
lead by one stroke over Arnold
Palmer.
The 120-pound Puerto Rican
coupled 35-34 against Tam
O'Shanter's frayed 36-35-71 par
and pulled up to the halfway mark
in the $50,000-plus meet at 133-
nine under regulation.
Billy Casper, who shared the
first round lead with Chi Chi at
64, skidded to 35-36-71 for 135.
Disrespect
Typifying the discrespect for
Tam's par was Casper's comment:
"It was among the worst rounds
I've ever played. I missed seven
greens and dropped only two good
putts-a 10-footer for par on the
eighth and a 20-footer for a birdie
on 17."
Casper said after the first few
holes he didn't know if he could
continue.
"I was real sick from something
I must have eaten," he said. "But
my wife kept giving me salt tab-
lets and soft drinks and I kept
going."
Difference
R o d r i g u e z three-putted two
greens and failed to get home in
regulation on three others, "and
that's the difference between my
second and first rounds."
Most attention went to the
stampede of defending champion
Palmer, who banged out a 32-34-
66 for 134. There wasn't a bogey
on his card as he fashioned five
birdies and the rest pars.
His biggest disappointment came
on the 305-yard fifth.
"I drove the green, and was 40
feet from the cup," he said. "Then
I three-putted, missing a three-
footer my last try."
Other seige guns moving into
range were Don Massengale, 27-
year-old pro from Jacksboro,
Tex.; Pete Fleming of Hot Springs,
Ark., and the steady veteran, Jay
Hebert.
Scores Eagle
Massengale fired a 65 for a 136.
An eight-foot putt gave him an
eagle 3 on the 484-yard second.
then he birdied the next three
with putts of 8, 25 and 6 feet for
one of the most noteworthy streaks
of the tournament.
Fleming shot a 69 and Hebert
had a 68 and are grouped at 137.
National Open champion Ken
Venturi posted a 71 for 139.
Also bracketed at 139 was Brit-
ish Open champion Tony Lema
with 34-35-69.
Richert Tie
For Jaycee
Golf Crowvn
ST. PAUL (P) --- Two golfers
deadlocked for the lead in the
19th annual international Jaycee
championships at M e n d a k o t a
Country Club after 54 holes yes-
terday.
Jim Day of Laurel, Miss., and
John Richart of Ann Arbor,
Mich., had even par 216 totals.
Eighteen holes today end the
meet.
Day scored the low round of the
tourney as he toured the 6,265-
yard, par-72 course in 68.
Richart tacked a 73 on to his
143 two-day total.

In third place one stroke back
were Jerry Heard of Vasalia,
Calif., and Stan Hultz of Craw-
fordsville, Ind. Both had even-
par 72s yesterday.

Wade Tosses Two Scoring Pass
Tallies Once in Easy 28-17 Victo

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Bill Wade threw
two touchdown passes through the
College All-Stars' porous air de-
fense last night and scored once
in a 28-17 victory for the Chicago
Bears.
After the Collegians had excited
the big crowd of 64,000 at Soldier
Field by taking a 10-7 lead at the
half, the defending champions of
the National Football League togk
charge of the second half.
Charlie Taylor, a speedy runner
and option passer from Arizona
State, and George Mira, the fine
quarterback from Miami, Fla.
thrilled the fans with their ex-
citing play in this annual game
sponsored by the Chicago Tribune
Charities, Inc.
Wade Busy
Wade hit bigMike Ditka with
a 13-yard TD pass in the second
period, sneaked over from, the one
and connected with Gary Barnes
for a 20-yard scoring play in the
third. Rudy Bukich took over late
in the game and tossed a 20-yard
touchdown pass in the fourth per-
iod.
Dick Van Raaphorst of Ohio
State, who joins the Cleveland
Browns after the game, put the
All-Stars on the scoreboard first
with a 14-yard field goal in the
second period.
After Wade's pitch to Ditka had
given the Bears the lead tempor-
arily, the Collegians came up with
the most spectacular play of the
night to go in front.
Warfield Drops Pass
Mira has, a long pass dropped
by Paul Warfield of Ohio State
before he got a second chance
when Billy Martin fumbled Joe
Don Looney's punt and Taylor
recovered on the Bears' 18.
Mira fumbled the ball momen-
tarily as he dropped back but re-
covered quickly and pitched out
to Taylor, a future Washington.
Reskin. The fleet former Ari-
zona State ace sped to his right

Girls. Vie For Olympic S1
Winslow Wins Pentathl

end and fired to Georgia '
Ted Davis in the end zone.
The All-Stars saw their
disappear through errors and
bles in the third quarter bi
back in the scoring column i
final seconds when Mira cor
ed with Taylor on a 5-yard
at 14:34.
Spotty Ball
The Bears played spotty 1
might have been expectedJ
pro team in its first exhit
game with a long season a
They lost the ball on a fu
once and they had two p
intercepted. Both came afte:
kich replaced Wade.
Wade completed 15 of 2
217 yards and two touchd
while Mira, who was a dou
participant because of a sti
muscle in his right arm pit,
pleted eight of 18 for 70
and the one score.
The crowd was with Mira
once bobbed around among a
of Bear defenders and still
aged to make nine yards
he seemed sure to be throws
a heavy loss.
Great Catch
In addition to throwing
pass and catching one, 'T
snard a 29-yard toss from
Beathard of Southern Cali:
in the second period, a specta
one-handed catch. He also r
ered two fumbles, one by
Bears and one by a teammate
The Bears pierced the
pass defense 287 yards but
outgained by the collegians c
ground 142 to 84 in net yar
Taylor made 36 of those All
rushing yards in seven carries
Dave Wilcox of Oregon, Ti
Crutcher of Texas Chri
George Seals of Missouri anc
Eller of Minnesota showed t
vantage on defense for the
But the Stars simply gav
the ball too often on fumble
interceptions.

Basketball
Coach Quits
CHICAGO (P)-The Baltimore
Bullets of the National Basketball
Association announced yesterday
the resignation of Coach Bob
Leonard after rejecting his re-
quest for a three-year contract.
The announcement was made
at the office of Dave Trager,
Chicago owner of the Bullets, with
Leonard in attendance.
Leonard said "I'm at that stage
where I want more security than
pro coaching offers and want to
get a college or high school coach-
ing job."
Trager said Leonard "completely
surpised" him last week when he
said Leonard informed him that
unless he was given a three-year
contract, Leonard would return to
college to get his master's degree.
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NEW YORK (M)-Pat Winslow,
a big strong blonde from San
Mateo, Calif., won four of five
events and captured the penta-
thlon title yesterday in the U.S.
women's Olympic track and field
trials. She totaled 4,544 points.
The 5-foot-11 housewife just
surpassed the Olympic qualifying
standard of 4,500 points for the
event, added to the Olympic pro-
gram this year. She was well off
the pending American record of
4,644 points she set in winning
her fourth straight national title
last year.
She won the high jump, broad
jump, shot put and 200-meter
dash and finished fourth in the
50-meter hurdles.
Two of her winning perform-
ances, however, were disappoint-
ments. She went only 5-foot-1 in
the high jump Thursday, two
inches under her best perform.-
ance, and was only 18-41/2 in the
broad jump, some eight inches
off her best.
She won the 200 in 24.8 seconds,
picking up 950 points, her best in
a single event, and took the shot
at 43-1%/. Sally Griffith, a petite
blonde from San Jose, Calif., took.
second in the over-all standings
with 4,225. She was the winner of
Thursday's hurdles.
Denise Paschal of San Francisco
was third with 4,120, the only
other in the field of seven to break
4,000 points.
Only Mrs. Winslow will make
the trip to Tokyo, since none of
the others reached the pre-deter-
mined qualfying standard of 4,500
points.
The pentathlon was the only
final event on the program, with
the rest of it devoted to qualifi-
cations for today's finals.

Upsets were at ahminimum
there were only a handful of1
usual performances.
Among the latter were 1
meter semifinal victories by 'I
nessee State teammates Edith ]
Guire and Wyomia Tyus, eact
11.3. That was only one-tenth
a second off the recognized we
record, but both girls were favc
by a trailing wind of about
miles per hour, well over
allowable limit.
Janell Smith of Fredonia, K
ran an American record of
in the semifinals of the 400 met
The 18-year-old blonde clip
one-tenth of, a second off
pending mark of 54.7 set in
n a t i o n a 1 championships
month.
Cherrie Sherrard of San Fr
cisco was timed in an excel
10.9 in the 80-meter hurdle se
finals, just one-tenth off
pending American record.
RaNae Bair of San Diego led
javelin qualifiers with 169-6
her only throw, surpassing
listed American record but sl
of her own pending m i
of 173-4%.
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