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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1964

PAGE FOUR THE MICHiGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1904

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Orioles Regain Hold on First

Misses Smith, Bueno
Pass Wimbledon Test

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BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore
Orioles rallied for seven runs with
two out in the eighth inning and
whipped the New York Yankees
9-8 last night to take over the
American League lead.
Pinch h i t t e r Charley Lau
launched the fantastic rally with
a single off relief pitcher Pete
Mikkelsen and also doubled for
the final and winning run off
Ralph Terry.
PHILADELPHIA - R i g h t -
hander Ray Culp allowed only one
hit-Len Gabrielson's single with
one out in the sixth-as Phila-
delphia trampled Chicago 9-0 and
earned a split of their twi-night

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doubleheader yesterday. The Cubs
won the opener 2-0.
* * *
CHICAGO-Pete Ward's sixth-
inning home run helped rookie
Fred Talbot and the staggering
Chicago White Sox score a 2-0
victory over the Boston Red Sox
last night.
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -_
Harmon Killebrew hit his 23rd
home run and southpaw Jim Kaat
pitched a five-hitter, pacing Min-
nesota to a 6-2 victory over Cleve-
land last night.
NEW YORK - Dick Schofield
collected three hits and drove in

four runs, three on a homer,
sparking Pittsburgh to a 5-1 vic-
tory over New York last night.
The loss was the Mets' 11th in the
last 12 games.
MILWAUKEE - Hank Aaron's
two-out double ignited a three-
run rally in the seventh inning
last night as the Milwaukee
Braves came from behind to de-
feat Los Angeles 5-2 and snap
their seven-game losing streak.
ST. LOUIS - Tim McCarver
raced home with the winning run
on the second of Rusty Saub's two
errors in the seventh inning as
the St. Louis Cardinals defeated
Houston 5-4 last night.
CINCINNATI - Marty Keough,
who earlier drove in two runs with
a single, led off the 11th inning
with a home run, boosting Cin-
cinnati to a 5-4 victory over San
Francisco in the second game of a
twi-night doubleheader yesterday.
The Giants won the opener 4-0.

WIMBLEDON, England (A)
Margaret Smith, the defending
women's singles champion, andl
Maria Bueno, her No. 1 chal-
lenger, cleared their first hurdles
with ease Monday before rain
halted play at Wimbledon and
forced officials to call off most
of the remaining tennis matches.
The authorities wavered in in-
decision after waiting 24 hours for
the rains to stop. Only 50 min-
utes of play had been possible.
"Play is possible," was the an-,
nouncement although the outside
courts were slippery and danger-
ous. Talk of a players' revolt cir-
culated.
"It's tricky," said an official.
"It's tricky. Somebody could
break a leg if she's chasing a
lob."
After another 20-minute wait
the authorities did an about face
and announced, "No play on the
outside courts. We'll play just on
the center and No. 1 courts."

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Baltimore 40 25 .615 -
New York 38 24 .613 1/
Chicago 35 26 .514 3
Minnesota 34 31 .523 6
Cleveland 30 31 .492 8
Boston 32 35 .476 9
y-Detroit 28 34 .452 10%
x-Los Angeles 30 37 .448 11
x-Washington 29 40 .420 13
y-Kansas City 26 40 .399 14
x-Played night games.
y-Played two-night doublehealer.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 9, New York 8
Kansas City 2, Detroit 1 (2nd inc)
Minnesota 6, Cleveland 2
Chicago 2, Boston 0
Washington at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Baltimore (n)
Detroit at Kansas City (n)
Cleveland at Minnesota (t-n)
Boston at Chicago (n)
Washington at Los Angeles (n)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
WV L Pct. GB
Philadelphia 39 24 .619 -
y-San Francisco 39 26 .600 1
y-Cincinnati 34 30 .531 5%
Pittsburgh 34 29 .541 5
Chicago 31 31 .500 7;/
St. Louis 33 33 .500 7 ,4
Los Angeles 32 34 .485 8Y2
Houston 32 35 .476 9
Milwaukee 31 35 .469 9%,
New York 20 48 .294 21%f
y-Played twi-night doubleheader.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgs 5, New York 1
Milwaukee 5, Los Angeles 2
St. Louis 5, Houston 4
Philadelphia 0-9, Chicago 2-0
San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 0 (2nd
inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia
San Francisco at Cincinnati
Pittsburgh at New York
Los Angeles at Milwaukee
Houston at St. Louis

WILLIAMS ONLY LEFTIE:
Giants' Mays Leads Vote
For N. L. All-Star Teami

Miss Smith, the powerful Aus-
tralian, crushed Annette Van Zyl
of South Africa 6-2, 6-1. The
champion was strong and accur-
ate in an all-around exhibition of
stroke play and needed only 37
minutes to dispose of her foe.
Comeback
Miss Bueno, seeded to meet Miss
Smith in the final a week from
Saturday, also strolled into the
third round by defeating Carol
Prosen of Orlando, Fla., 6-0, 6-3.
The supreme stylist from Brazil
showed many of the strokes that
made her Wimbledon champion in
1959 and 1960.
Both Miss Smith and Miss Bue-
no had drawn first-round byes
and were playing their second-
round matches.
Miss Bueno, relaxed and confi-
dent, appeared in her best form
since she was stricken by hepati-
tis three years ago. "This is the
first time since 1960 that I really
feel I have a chance of winning,"
said the Brazilian.
Tory Ann Fretz of Harrisburg.
Pa.. outgunned Helga Schultze of
West Germany 6-2, 6-4 in afirst-
round match on the slippery sur-
face of the No. 1 court. Both
girls, playing mainly from the
baseline, performed steadily on the
wetturf.
Break
After winning the first set with-
out too much trouble, Miss Fretz
scored a decisive break in the sev-
enth game of the second set by
going to the net for a 4-3 edge.
The American girl held service
the rest of the way.
Ann Dmitreiva, the 23-year-
old Russian girl, won the first set
from Karen Hantze Susman of
San Antonio, Tex., 6-4, and then
the match -was called off for the
day with the second set 2-1 in
the Russian's favor. Mrs. Susman,
the 1962 champion, fell on the
court five times and the match
finally was postponed until Wed-
nesday when the American fell in
the second game of the second set.
Mary Ann Eisel of St. Louis
moved into the second round by
defeating Heather Cheadle of Brit-
ain 7-5, 6-1.
Vera Sukova, the Czech house-
wife who lost to Mrs. Susman in
the 1962 final, was beaten by Dei-
dre Catt. British Wightman Cup
player, 6-4, 6-2.

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NEW YORK (41) - Batting
leader Billy Williams of the Chi-
cago Cubs was the only left-hand-
ed hitter named to the National
League All-Star's starting lineup,
which included only three repeat-
ers.
Among those named to this
year's squad were San Francisco's
Willie Mays and infielders Ken
Boyer and Dick Groat of the St.
Louis Cardinals. All three started
for the 1963 team which defeated
the American League 5-3 in Cleve-
land.
This year's game, 35th in the
summer series, will be played July
7 at New York's Shea Stadium.
Others chosen on the NL start-
ing team in a vote of 270 play-
ers, coaches and managers, in-
cluded first baseman Orlando Ce-
peda of the Giants, second base-
man Ron Hunt of the New York
Mets, rightfielder Roberto Cle-
mente of the Pittsburgh Pirates
and catcher Joe Torre of the Mil-
waukee Braves.
Thus, two Giants, two Cardi-
nals and one each of the Mets,
Pirates, Cubs and Braves were se-
lected.
Mays, the Giants' brilliant cen-
ter fielder, attracted the most
votes. He received 240.

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Williams, who flirted with the
.400 mark until recently, won the!
second highest vote getter withs
237 to outstrip runner-up Will3
Stargell of Pittsburgh for the
starting left field position. Star-
gell had 17 votes.
'Fess Up
Will the culprit-beg, pardon,
ball player-who did not vote for,
Willie Mays please stand up? 1
Or is he too busy cutting out1
paper dolls? Maybe he has sud-
denly gone blind. Or could it be
he just can't spell M-A-Y-S.
How any major league ball play-,
er, sound of mind, devoid of prej -
udice, either over or under 21,
could pick any center fielder in
the United States--or in the world
for that matter-over Mays is al-
most impossible to imagine.
Yet one did just that in the
All-Star balloting conducted by
Commissioner Ford Frick's office
and announced yesterday.t
But what excuse did the other
non-Mays voter have?
This guy voted for Curt Flood
of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Now Flood is a capable center
fielder but it's useless to even try
to compare him with Mays. Or
compare any other center fielder
with Mays. Willie is simply in-
comparable.

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