THE MICHIGAN DbAILY
TIrMTT7 4Zn A KV WT Tl' 9102A
JIUKIUAY, 3UNL Za. 1,9(A
Barden Falls in Finals
Of AAU Wrestling
Badger's Reichardt |
Signs Angel Contracts
Moffitt, McKinley Survive Tennis Scares
NEW YORK OP)-Dan Brand of
the San Francisco Olympic Club
won his fourth straight title-the
last three being at 213.5 pounds-
by pinning Jack Barden in the
finals of the National AAU Free-
style Wrestling Championships
last night at the World's Fair.
Brand, a 28-year-old mechan-
ical engineer from San Francisco,
used a cradle hold to take the
Hazel Park, Mich., grappler to the
mats in 8:30.
The 6-foot-5 Brand, who begins
defense of his Greco-Roman 213.5
crown today, won his first AAU
title at 191 pounds in 1961. He
was a member of the 1960 Olympic
team and placed fifth in Rome.
Brand moved up to the 213.5
class in 1962 when the weight
was introduced on the program
for the first time.
Greg Ruth of the New York
Athletic Club repeated as the
champ in the 154-pound class by
registering a 7-2 decision over Jim
Burke of the Olympic Club-
Ruth, the Pan-American cham-
pion, was named the outstanding
wrestler in the meet.
In the semifinals yesterday af-
ternoon, Ruth, an Army veteran
who transferred to Oklahoma Uni-
versity after two years at Lehigh,
eliminated Werner Holzer of Chi-
Len Kauffman of Oregon State
University backed intoethe 171.5-
pound championship even though
he lost a 7-2 decision to Charlie
Tribble of the San Bernardino,
Tribble then lost to Steve Combs
of Moline, Ill., in a 10-1 decision
in the final point scoring, Kauff-
man edged Tribble on penalty
points, one to four, in the round
LOS ANGELES (AP)-Rick Reic-
hardt, widely sought baseball star
from the University of Wisconsin,
formally signed a contract with
the Los Angeles Angels yesterday
for a sum that was not disclosed
but estimated to be over $100,000.
The 21 - year - old handsome,
hard hitting outfielder, who flew'
earlier yesterday from his home'
in Stevens Point, Wis., huddled'
privately with Angel officials, in-
cluding board chairman- Gene'
Autry, President Robert O. Reyn-
olds and General Manager Fred
Autry was asked how much the
youngster got, but the former
singing cowboy tossed the ball to
Haney, who declined to go into
say he's happy,"
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Friend Wins 12th in Row Against Mets
The 6-3, 215-pound Reichardt
made a hit at a news conference
held in one of Autry's many hotels.
"There were many factors that
entered into my signing with the
Angels," said Reichardt. "I might
stress two. One was I felt that I
had a better opportunity with the
Angel organization because it is
young and I think I can advance
rapidly in major league baseball
with such a young organization.
"I also felt that the upper ech-
elon of the Angels, notably Mr.
Autry and Mr. Reynolds, are un-
derstanding men and typical of
this young organization."
Attorney Gene Calhoun of Mad-
ison, Wis., who has represented
Reichardt in all of his negotiations
with the many ball clubs which
sought him, said that the money
involved was important "but the
Angels offer was not necessarily
Actually, Reichardt was signed
to the Angels' Davenport, Iowa,
club in the Midwest League. The
rookie will join the big club im-
mediately and accompany the
Angels to New York for the
Yankee series next week. He may
continue on to Baltimore, but then
will report to Davenport.
Reichardt said he regreted the
the fact that he will not use up
his final season of eligibility in
football but will return to Wis-
consin to continue his studies. He
is majoring in psychology and
aims at a bachelor of science de-
Reichardt was asked if he had
any romantic attachments. He
grinned and replied:
"No, I'm single in every sense
of the word. I did receive my first
proposal from some girl in Texas
last week. After today, I may get
a few more."
WIMBLEDON, England (R) -
Chuck McKinley and Billie Jeanj
Moffitt, brightest United States
hopes for honors, got the scare
of their tennis lives yesterday be-
fore advancing in the Wimbledon
championships on another day of
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Bob Friend, the
best fan the New York Mets have,
beat Casey Stengel's last-place
team for the 12th straight time
yesterday with ninth-inning relief
help from Al McBean as Pitts-
burgh hung up a 3-1 victory.
The veteran Pirate right-hander
evened his season record at 6-6
with his fourth victory over the
Mets this year. Friend allowed 10
hits and the Mets had a runner on
base in every inning except the
MILWAUKEE-The Los Angeles
Dodgers went on a 19-hit binge
yesterday and buried the Milwau-
kee Braves 15-4. Home runs by
Frank Howard and John Rose-
boro topped the attack, which also,
included a triple and five doubles
and added up to 32 total bases.
Don Drysdale breezed to his
10th victory of the season. He
was scored on only in the fourth
inning, when a double by Eddie
Mathews sparked a three-runI
Milwaukee uprising. With a bulg-
ing lead, Drysdale went out for a
pinch hitter in the eighth and
Ron Perranoski gave up a run in
BALTIMORE - A three-base
throwing error by relief pitcher
Stan Williams led to three un-
earned runs in the eighth inning
and brought Baltimore a 7-4 vic-
tory over the New York Yankees
The triumph moved the Ameri-
can League leading Orioles 11/2
games ahead of the second-place
KANSAS CITY-Gates Brown
drove in three runs with two
homers and Dick McAuliffe batted
in three with two singles and a
homer as Detroit out-slugged
Kansas City 9-5 last night.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-The Houston Colts,
tying their biggest inning of the
season, came from behind with
six runs in \ the seventh inning
last night and held on to defeat
St. Louis 7-5.
The Colts, trailing 3-1, started
their winning seventh with Dave
Roberts' pinch single. Consecutive
singles by Bob Lillis, Mike White
and Joe Gaines scored two runs
and got rid of starterRay Sadecki.
Reliever Mike Cuellar threw
wildly for an error on Walt Bond's
bunt single, giving Houston the
lead run. Then, after Cuellar
walked B6b Aspromonte purpose-
ly and fanned Rusty Staub, Fox
squeezed a run home before Jerry
Grote singled for two more-
* * *
CHICAGO-Ron Hansen's spec-
tacular inside-the-park homer in
a four-run first inning launched
the Chicago White Sox to an 8-1
victory over Boston last night be-
hind the five-hit pitching of Gary
Hansen parked his shot into the
left field corner. Tony Conigliaro,
making a running stab for it,
McKinley, the 23-year-old de- Seventh-seeded Nicola Pietrange-
fending men's singles champion lo of Italy went out to France's;
from San Antonio, Tex., and Miss Pierre Barthes, 6-3, 7-5, 6-4.
Golf Schedule Problems
Put Palmer Out of Open,
Moffitt both won their matches
but only after being pressed hard
all the way.
Two more of the men's seeds
were not as fortunate as McKin-
ley. Martin Mulligan of Australia,
eighth-seeded, lost 6-4, 6-2, 6-41
to fellow Australian Bob Hewitt.
As Dennis Ralston, the fifth
seed from Bakersfield, Calif., went
out in the first round, three of the
eight men"s seeds are out going
into the third round.
McKinley, winner last year with-
out dropping a set had to go five
sets in a 1 hour-45 minute match
before he eliminated Tomas Koch,
a young Brazilian Davis Cupper,
3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4. McKinley
is seeded second behind Roy Em-
erson of Australia, who also ad-
vanced to the third round.
Other winning seeded players in
men's singles were Manuel San-
tana of Spain, No. 3, Rafael'
Osuna of Mexico, No. 4, and Fred
Stolle of Australia, No. 6.
Eugene Scott of St. James, N.Y.,
a 23-year-old Davis Cupper won
two matches to advance to the
third round. It took him three
days to top Patricio Rodriguez of
Chile 7-5, 16-14, 6-4 in a match!
interrupted Monday my bad light
and Tuesday by rain. Scott quick-
ly took three games to end that
match and then defeated Carlos
Fernandes of Brazil 6-2, 6-4, 3-6,
Bill Bond of San Diego, Calif.,
marched into the third round by
downing Lew Gerrard of New Zea-
land 7-5, 6-3, 6-2 and Arthur
Ashe, of Richmond, Va., climbed
over another American, Cliff Rich-
ey of Dallas, 4-6, 4-6. 6-3, 6-2, 6-a,
in a second-round match.
Miss Moffitt, the Wightman C.p
star from Long Beach, Calif.
scrambled to a 7-5, 4-6. 6-3 victory
over Italy's Roberta Beltrame in a
first-round match, The American
is seeded third behind Australia's
Margaret Smith, the defending
champion. and Maria Bueno, the
Brazilian who won in 1959 and
Tom Brown, the 41-year-old San
Francisco lawyer who lost the fin-
ae to Jack Kramer in 1947, lost
in the second round to Tony Pick-
ard, the British player who oust-
ed Ralston in the first round.
Pickard was a winner over Brown
6-4, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4.
Bill Hoogs of Berkeley, Calif.,
bowed to Iyo Pimental of Vene-
zuela 6-4, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4 in another
second-round match in men's sin-
gles, and Alexander Metreveli of
Russia eliminated Jim McManus
of Berkeley, Calif., 6-3, 2-6, 6-4,
Karen Hantze Susman of San
Antonio came from behind and
defeated Anna Dimitrieva of Rus-
ia 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the continua-
tion of a second-round match that
was halted because of rain late
missed and flipped over the 31/2-
foot high wall into the seats.
* . *
stein's seventh-inning home run
and Dallas Green's clutch relief
pitching preserved a 9-8 victory
for Philadelphia over Chicago last
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Dick Stigman scattered six hits
and struck out 12 as Minnesota
edged Cleveland 3-2 for a split
of their twi-night doubleheader
last night. The Indians won the
opener 12-3 as Max Alvis clouted
two homers, one a grand slam.
By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - Arnold Palmer
said yesterday he will not play in
the British Open July 8 because of
time limitations, but "be assured
I will play in the British Open
many times in the future."
Palmer is here for the $110,000
Cleveland Open, which starts to-
"I cannot play in the British
Open because I am playing in the
Whitemarsh tournament in Phila-
delphia, where I am defending
champion, and that tournament
winds up on Sunday July 5," the
Masters champion said.
"The British Open starts on
Wednesday and the course will
be closed Tuesday," he explained.
"That means I would have to fly
all Sunday night in hopes of get-
ting perhaps a half day of prac-
tice on Monday. Any delay at
Philadelphia due to rain, a play-
off or plane schedules would wreck
any chance of even that.
* * *
BERN, Switzerland - Russia's
Valery Brumel won the high jump
with a leap of 7 feet, 11/2 inches
last night in a track and field
meet featuring leading athletes
from four continents. Poland's Ed-
ward Cernyk was second with 6-
Brumel, holder of the worldj
record of 7-53/4, cleared 7-14 in
a Zurich meet Tuesday night.
Igor Ter-Ovanesyan, Russian
holder of the world record in the
broad jump, won his specialty with
a leap of 24-43/4.
Other winners included David
James of Switzerland in the 100-
meter dash, 10.4 seconds, and
France's Michel Bernard in the
1500-meter run with a time of
3:47.6, two-tenths of a second
faster than Switzerland's Hermann
WASHINGTON-Sam Huff, the
veteran middle linebacker, signed
a one-year contract with the
;Washington Redskins yesterday
and described himself as "tough
but not mean or dirty."
His salary was not disclosed but
Coach Bill McPeak said the con-
tract includes a no-trade clause
throughout the 1964 season.
Lean fit plus stretch comfort!
:g. .,. .
Gll 71'b,' tltl /.1 1 u
.a -3 F
' , : .;.
t ;: ""
the Ann Arbor look
in a sportive way
look slim and trim
the stretchdenim way-
25 % nylon.
Waist sizes 28 to 32,
lengths 28 to 32 long.
other Levi's and Ranch Pants
4.29 to 8.98
Here's the world's most famous fit-tailored in 75% cotton-25% nylon stretch denim so you never lose it!
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S give when you stoop-sit-twist-bend...then return to perfect shape every time!
And how they wear! Only
@nEg NAME IV'SIs .EOSTREO INT HE O. 3. PATENT OFFICE AND OENOTES GARMENTS MADE ONLY BY LEVI STRAUSS & CO.98 BATTERY 3T.. SAN PRANCISCO 4
IN NAVY ANO
$ CO~LORS, Too
Baltimore 41 25 .623
New York 38 25 .607
Chicago 36 26 .581
Minnesota 35 32 .524
Cleveland 31 32 .493
Boston 32 36 .471
Detroit 30 34 .468 1
x-Los Angeles 31 37 456 1
x-Washington 29 41 .4141
Kansas City 26 41 .387
x-Played night game.
Baltimore 7, New York 4
Minnesota 12-2, Cleveland 3-3
Chicago 8, Boston 1
Washington at Los Angeles (inc)
Detroit 9, Kansas City 5
New York at Baltimore (n)
Cleveland at Minnesota
Kansas City at Los Angeles (n)
Only games scheduled
HAS LEVI'S GALORE!
For Gals and Guys
Levi's SLIM FITS (all colors) at $4.49
Levi's DRESS SLACKS at $4.49 up
Levi's "WHITE" JACKETS at $5.98
AMERICA'S FNEST JEANS .SINCE 1859
they re fS
W L Pet. GB
'Philadelphia 40 24 .625 -
x-San Francisco 39 27 .591 2
Pittsburgh 35 29 .547 5
x-Cincinnati 35 30 .538 5 y~
St. Louis 33 34 .493 8Y2
Chicago 31 32 .493 814
Los Angeles 38 34 .493 81J
Houston. 33 35 .495 9
Milwaukee 31 36 .463 10f2z
New York 20 49 .290 223,L6
x-Played night games.
Pittsburgh 3, New York 1
Los Angeles 15, Milwaukee 4
San Francisco at Cincinnati (inc)
Philadelphia 9, Chicago 8
Houston 7, St. Louis 5
Pittsburgh at New York
Houston at St. Louis
Los Angeles at San Francisco (n)
Only games scheduled
Levi's S-T-R-E-T-C-H For Gals and
Open Mon. and Fri. Nites SAMS STO R
122 E. Washington
.",... ... __. ._, .E --
ON STATE STREETI
A l llIII t!l*I