THE MICHIGAN DAILY
A 7Z. JAX, JULY 11, 1964
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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Phillie Streak Snapped at Five
British Golf Title
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PHILADELPHIA - Frank Rob-
inson hit a two-run homer and
Deron Johnson drove in two runs
with a homer and double, power-
ing Cincinnati to a 5-1 victory
over the National League leading
Philadelphia Phillies last night.
Johnson doubled home the first
Cincinnati run in the second,
scoring Robinson, who had walked.
But the Phillies tied it in their
half when Richie Allen walked
and came around on singles by
Roy Sievers and Ruben Amaro.
The Reds broke out ahead in
the third in singles by Pete Rose
and Tom Harper plus Vada Pin-
son's double play grounder before
Johnson and Robinson supplied
* * *
Chance rifled two homers, knock-
ing in.five runs, and left-hander
Jack Kralick fired a six-hitter
last night, giving the Cleveland
Indians an 8-0 victory over the
American League leading Balti-
* . *
'WASHINGTON - Reliever Bill
Stafford pitched hitless ball over
the final 3:/3 innings, preserving
Whitey Ford's 11th victory as the
Education 5, Economics 4
AFIT 6, Gashers 4
Engrg. Mech. 3, Psych. "C" 0
Misfits 1, Conger House 0
New Y o r k Yankees defeated
Washington 4-1 last night.
Ford, making his fifth try at
winning No. 11, pitched four score-
less innings, giving up three sin-
gles. But Don Leppert blasted a
home run in the fifth and Ed
Brinkman followed with a single.
After Don Lock singled and Jim
King walked in the sixth, Stafford
CHICAGO - Five homers, in-
cluding Willie Mays't26th and
27th, in a 19-hit attack swept
Juan Marichal to his 12th verdict
and the revamping San Francisco
Giants to a 10-3 trimming of the
Chicago Cubs yesterday.
The Giant assault featured tor-
rid batting by Jesus Alou, who
slammed a home run and five
singles in six trips, and Orlando
Cepeda, who homered, tripled,
doubled and singled in four offi-
PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh
right-hander Bob Friend allowed
only six hits, all singles, and bat-
ted in a run last night as the
Pirates whipped the Milwaukee
* * *
NEW YORK-St. Louis starter
Bob Gibson put down a ninth
inning threat and Wally Shannon
drove in two runs as the Cardinals
stopped the New York Mets 3-1
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Vespers Upset Harvard
HOUSTON -- Sandy Koufax
needed relief help but won his
ninth straight game and became
the first pitcher in the majors to
win 13 games this season as the
Los Angeles Dodgers edged Hous-
ton 4-3 last night.
* * *
LOS ANGELES-Juan Pizarro,
with relief help from Hoyt Wil-
helm, became the American
League's second 12-game winner
last night as the Chicago White
Sox outlasted the Los Angeles An-
gels 7-4 in the opener of a twi-
The White Sox, who had gone
scoreless for 18 innings before
picking up two runs in the fifth,
worked over five Angel pitchers
for 13 hits, including three each
by Floyd Robinson and Gerry Mc-
* C .
KANSAS CITY-Harmon Kille-
brew slammed his 31st home run,
leading a four-homer attack that
powered Minnesota to a 9-3 vic-
tory over Kansas City last night.
Killebrew connected over the
center field fence in the sixth in-
DETROIT - Dick McAuliffe's
third home run of the night, a
three-run blast in the third in-
ning, triggered Detroit to an 8-3
victory over Boston in the sec-
ond game of a twi-night double-
The Red Sox won the opener
7-6 o4 Dalton Jones' two-run
pinch homer in the ninth inning.
An error by Boston first base-
man Dick Stuart allowed Detroit's
second run to score in the third
inning of the nightcap and kept
the uprising going until five runs
W L:Pt GB
Baltimore 50 29 ,635 -
New York 47 31 .563 2%
x-Chicago 45 31 .593 3%
Minnesota 45 37 .549 6%
Detroit 40 40 .500 101/2
Boston 39 43 .475 12
x-Los Angeles .38 45 .457 14
Cleveland 35 44 .442 15
Kansas City 31 49 .386 19%
Washington 3 53 .375 21
x-Second game incomplete.
Boston 7-3, Detroit 6-8
Baltimore 10, Cleveland 8
New York 4, Washington 1
Chicago 7, Los Angeles4 (2nd ine)
Minnesota 9, Kansas City 3
Baltimore at Cleveland
New York at Washington
Boston at Detroit
Minnesota at Kansas City
Chicago at Los Angeles
W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 48 29 .626 -
San Francisco 50 32 .610
Cincinnati 43 37 .538 6%
Pittsburgh 42 36 .538 6%
Milwaukee 39 41 A48810
St. Louis 40 41 .4410
Los Angeles 39 40 .493 10
Chicago 37 41 .474 11%
Houston 38 44 .475 12%
New York 24 59 .287 27
San Francisco 10, Chicago 3
St. Louis 3, New York 1
Los Angeles 4, Houston 3
Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 1
Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee 1
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
Miiwaukee at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at New York
San Francisco at Chicago
Los Angeles at Houston
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (A)-
Champagne Tony Lema beat off
a great challenge from Jack Nick-
laus and won the British Open
Golf Championship with a near-
record total of 279 yesterday as,
the two Americans tore the hal-
lowed St. Andrews Old Course
Lema, refusing to crack as
Nicklaus had the greatest day in
St. Andrews history, responded
with a four-under-par 68 and a
70 on the final pressure-packed
It gave the 30-year-old San
Leandro, Calif., ace a five-stroke
margin over the 24-year-old Ohio
Nicklaus fired a course record-
equaling 66 in the morning round
and a 68 in the afternoon, for 284.
Neverrbefore had St. Andrews
been treated to such indignities.
Neither Lema nor Nicklaus had
ever seen the St. Andrews course,
the birthplace of golf, before Mon-
day, and Lema had never played
in Britain before.
This was the first major golf
title for Lema, who won three U.S.
tournaments last month with a
putter borrowed from Arnold Pal-
mer. Lema used the borrowed put-
ter here, and also had Palmer's old
Lema was the 11th American to
win the British Open, dating back
to Jock Hutchinson in 1921.
The others were Walter Hagen,
Jim Barnes, Bobby Jones, Tommy
Armour, Gene Sarazon, Denny
Shute, Sam Snead, Ben Hogan
and Palmer, who won in 1961 and
Champagne Tony, after rounds
of 73 and 68, started the final day
Nicklaus was nine strokes be-
hind, after a 76 and a 74 Wednes-
day and Thursday--days when the
winds were so strong they almost
blew the players down.
The winds started again yester-
day, but soon began to die down.
A bright sun shone and there was
almost perfect golfing weather.
Nicklaus banged out his 66, and
at one stage had closed to within
one stroke of Lema, who was play-
"I heard Jack was five under
par," Lema said, "and there I was,
three over fours."
Lema promptly parred the sixth
hole, and then shot flve stright
three-three of them birdies-on
holes seven through 11.
That ended the struggle, al-
though Nicklaus kept right on go-
ing. On the 18th, big Jack put his
drive in the valley of sin, the huge
depression in front of 381-yard
hole, putted it out to within six
feet and ran in the putt for a
Lema poked along behind, con-
fident he had won. He parred hole
after hole until the Road Hole,
the 17th, when he lost a stroke
On hole number 18 Lema
drove s h o r t of the depres-
sion, and was surrounded by 10,000
golf fans. It took some time to
quiet the crowd, and then Lema
pulled out the trusty seven iron
and ran the ball to within 18
inches of the cup.
He stroked the putt in for a
birdie three and the title.
Robert De Vicenzo of Argentina
put together a 67, including six
threes, in the final round of 285-
one, back of Nicklaus.
The title was worth 1500 pounds
or $4200, to Lema, and probably
100 times that much in fringe
Among other things, he gets a
shot at the World Series of Golf
in Akron, Ohio.
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NEW YORK (P) - A powerful
eight from the Vesper Boat Club
of Philadelphia upset previously
unbeaten Harvard in the Olympic
rowing trials yesterday and moved
into today's finals with unbeaten
California, Yale and Harvard.
Vesper, seeded fourth in the
event, jumped into an early lead
and pulled away to a two-length
victory over Harvard, which has
MELBOURNE, Australia, (W -
The Lawn Tennis Association of
Australia lifted its ban on Wimb-
ledon champion Roy Emerson and
runner-up Fred Stolle brightening
Australia's hope of regaining the
Emerson will play for Australia
in the Davis Cup match against
Canada in Montreal later this
month. Stolle, however, will not
be included in the team for that
match because his name was not
submitted to the Canadian Asso-
ciation within the required 10-day
limit for the naming of the Davis
The LTAA meeting was held in
committee but an official state-
ment issued after it by President
Norman W. Strange showed there
was some opposition to removal of
the ban. Two motions placing con-
ditions on lifting the ban were de-
feated before the meeting finally
carried this motion:
"Subject to each player giving
an unqualified promise to remain
in Australia from Oct. 1, 1964 to
Feb. 28, 1965 the ban will be lifted
in respect of such players."
Emerson and Stolle had been
suspended because they partici-
pated in foreign tournaments be-
fore March 1 without permission.
been dreaming of representing the
U.S. in the Olympics for the first
Stroked by Lt. William Stowe of
the Navy, who was a top Cornell
rower. in 1962, the Vespers glided
the 2,000 meters (about 1/g miles)
in 6:05.6, best time of the trials.
California's fast-stroking eight,
stepping up the pace to 42 strokes
a minute, swept home one-half
length winner over Yale's revamp-
ed crew in a surprisingly close
finish. Cal's time in the first semi-
final was 6:12.7.
Don Spero, the national champ
from the New York Athletic Club,
and Seymour Cromwell of the
New Rochelle, N.Y., Rowing Club,
the recent winner of the Diamond
Sculls at Henley, took their semi-
final heats in the singles and
maintained their position as co-
Jim Storm of the San Diego
Rowing Club, second to Spero, and
Robert Lea of Vesper, second }to
Cormwell, also qualified for the
six-man final with Dave Robinson
of Philadelphia's College Boat Club
and Rickard Keyes of Vesper.
Vesper rowed in a shell named
the John B. Kelly in memory of
the late father of Princess Grace
of Monaco, whose 1962 Olympic
victory in the singles is the only
such success in U.S. rowing his-
Bob Zimonyi, a 47-year-old
coxswain who has been in several
Olympics, urged the Vespers on as
they jumped to a two-length lead
at the half way mark. The Vesper
boat-load included Joseph and
Thomas Amlong, Pan-American
games doubles winners.
319 W. Huron
306 N. Division
8:00 a.m.-Holy Communion.
10:00 a.m.-Holy Communion
Sundays). Morning Prayer
7:00 p.m.-Evening Prayer.
7:00 a.m.-Holy Communion.
12:10 p.m.-Holy Communion.
Sis and 3rd
(2nd and 4th
7:30 p.m.-Bible Study.
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