THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, JULY" 18, 1961
E FOUR T HE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1961
Major League Standings
Tigers Retain Slim Lead
.531 'J !
.473 16 2
.416 21 f
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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Norm Cash belted
a grand slam home run in the
first inning last night and made
Paul Foytack's first start in near-
ly two months a rousing success
as Detroit beat Kansis City 7-4
and clung to first place by half
Cash's bases-loaded smash was
his second grand slam of the year
and his 26th home run. It came
off Joe Nuxhall, who loaded the
bases on two singles and a walk.
Foytack lost his pob as a start-
er when he ran up a string of
early season flops and earned his
chance last night with some fine
relief work. He had not started
since May 30 when the Athletics
knocked him out in the third in-
BALTIMORE-Whitey Ford of
the New York Yankees blanked
the Baltimore Orioles 5-0 for his
17th victory, but rain washed out
the second game of a scheduled
doubleheader and cancelled hom-
ers by Yankees Roger Maris and
Mantle hit his 33rd homer of
the season in the first game to
help Ford to his 11th consecutive
SAN FRANCISCO-The Phila-
delphia Phillies beat the San
Francisco Giants 10-7 in a 25-hit
slugfest with a three-run ninth
and clutch relief hurling by Jack
Tony Gonzales' double after a
walk broke a 7-7 tie and handed
Bob Bolin his first defeat against
CHICAGO - Veteran Early
Wynn recorded his 292nd major
league victory, pitching the Chi-
cago White sox to a 4-1 triumph
over Boston on a yield of three
The 41-year-old righthander
boosted his record to 8-2 but lost
his shutout when he walked in a
run during a streak of wildness in
the third inning.
ageless Milwaukee southpaw, scat-
tered 11 hits and chipped in on a
barrage of slugging that sank
league-leading Cincinnati, 13-4.
In early innings it looked like
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the Reds might rough up Spahn
freely, but he shut then out on
five hits after the third,
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis
Cardinals roared from behind a
6-0 deficit scoring four runs in
the seventh and six in the eighth
inning to defeat the Chicago Cubs
10-6 in the first game of a twi-
In the second game St. Louis
led Chicago 4-3 at
the end of theI
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LOS ANGELES-The Los An-
geles Dodgers led the Pittsburgh
Pirates by a score of 2-0 at the
end of the fifth inning.
The Pirates tied the score at
two-all in the seventh as Walt
Moryn singled to right center and
Dick Stuart lined his 13th homer
over the left field screen.
ONE 2-ROOM APT. with bath, private
parking, and automatic washer and
dryer available July 19. 1-room effi-
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other furnished apts. available for
fall. 1921 E. Huron. Call at back
basement door. NO 5-4767. C24
CAMPUS Furnished Apartment. $50 per
month, summer only. NO 3-4322. C19
ON CAMPUS furnished apartments for
rent. NO 2-1443. 017
apartment suitable for four girls.
Parking. Call 2-0671. C66
3-ROOM furnished apt. near Packard
and State. $70 for summer months.
NO 3-8458. C20
ON CAMPUS garage and lot parking
available for summer and fall semes-
to a line
3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
Baseball Great Ty Cobb
Dies in Georgia Hospital
Figure 5 average words
Call Classified between 1 :00 and
Phone NO 2-4786
ters. NO 2-1443.
includes: Bernstein, Ormandy,
Mathis, Brubeck, Miles Davis,
Alfred Deller, Joan Baez.
reg. 3.98 4 re
9 9c and I5
ATLANTA ()-Ty Cobb, the
choice of countless fans as the
greatest player of all time, died
yesterday of concer.
Death claimed the fabulous
Georgia Peach at 74 years of age
in Emory University Hospital
His physician, Dr. Hugh Wood,
disclosed Cobb had been under
treatment for cancer of the pros-
trate gland since December, 1959.
The malignancy had spread to the
pelvic bones and the, vertebrae.
"He died peacefully and without
pain," Wood reported. The doctor
said Cobb also "had diabetes and
chronic heart disease. While his
general condition had deteriorated
during the past two weeks, the
end came rather suddenly."
Assaults Record Book
Cobb retired from baseball in
1928 after 24 years of successful
assault on almost every record in
the books. He broke into the ma-
jor leagues at Detroit in 1905 and
batted only .240, but that was his
first-and last-season of medioc-
For 23 consecutive years he
batted over .300 and compiledha
To Meet U.S.
STUTTGART (iP)-Fresh from
its victory over Russia, the Unit-
ed States track team takes on
West Germany - probably the
strongest outfit this side of the
Iron Curtain-today and tomor-
The 20-event meet gets under
way at 6:30 p.m. (1:30 p.m., EST)
in the Neckar Stadium. The meet
will follow the pattern of the one
in Russia except that there will
be no decathlon and no walking
While the Americans were hurt-
ing somewhat when they arrived
here by a chartered Polish airlin-
er (the Russians wouldn't permit
the Finnish airline, which the
team intended to use, to leave
Moscow yesterday), they didn't
figure to have much trouble with
"I don't really know anything
about the German team," said
head United States Coach Jumbo
Jim Elliott, "so it's practically im-
possible to tell how we'll do."
VERSAILLES (P)-Britain's Guy
Wolstenholme shot a sizzling 67
over a rain-swept course to lead
the first round of the French Open
golf tournament yesterday.
Wolstenholme, who turned pro
last year, was closely pursued on
the par 72 course by four others
who carded 68's.
They were Len Woodward of
Australia, Gene Garaialde of
France, and Kel Nagle and Peter
Thomson, both of Australia.
A field of 81 teed off yesterday
morning in a rainstorm that made
the greens tricky. Scores of the
early starters soared because of
the miserable conditions.
PHILADELPHIA ()-Dist. Atty.
James C. Crumlish Jr. said yester-
day he will arrest Charles (Sonny)
Liston, boxing's No. 1 heavyweight
contender, on two of four charges
originally dropped by a magis-
Crumlish said warrants charging
Liston and IsaacCooper with re-
sisting arrest will be issued be-
fore Aug. 2. Liston will also be
charged with turning off car lights
to avoid identification.
oth men were arrested in June
after they allegedly forced a wo-
lifetime average of .367. He played
all except two of his 24 seasons
with Detroit and managed the
Tigers for six years. He spent his
last two seasons with Connie
Mack's Philadelphia Athletics.
He led the American League in
hitting for 12 seasons, nine of
them consecutive, and three times
he broke the .400 barrier. His .420
average in 1911 still stands as the
highest in the history of the Amer-
ican League. He led the league
that year in 12 categories.
Always fiery, always aggressive,
Cobb was never rated high in pop-
ularity with his fellow players,
and many fans detested the sight
of the Georgian's flashing spikes,
weapons he kept honed to razor
sharpness, and which carried him
to base-stealing records.
Cobb's base-running tactics led
to frequent fights with opponents,
and on occasion he would even
dash into the stands after heck-
When baseball people balloted
in 1936 for the first group to be
enshrined in baseball'sHall of
Fame, 'Cobb polled 222 of a possi-
ble 226 votes and drew more ac-
claim than Babe Ruth, Hans Wag-
ner and Christy Mathewson-his
chief rivals for the "greatest of
Tennis, badminton and paddle-
ball tournaments wil begin at 4:00
p.m. today at the Inter-Mural
Sports Bldg., I-M director Earl
Riskey announced last night. En-
tries for next week's golf tourna-
ment may also be filed now.
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ACADEMIC-MINDED MOTHERS (pets
and spouses prohibited, but offspring
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DISPOSING of my large library at pri,
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Call NO 3-4522 after 6 p.m. G2
For Summertime Breaks Visit the
We feature the largest burger in town
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TUTORING IN SPANISH-M.A., college
teaching experience. NO 2-1716. J14
STUDENTS: Neat, expert typing of your
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Horses boarded and trained. Herbell
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Also starting the 17th, Montmorency
cherries, washed, pitted and sugared.
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