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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1962

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AT JAPANESE OUTDOOR MEET:
Two U.S. Girls Break Swimming Mark

After America's Cup

Fox Advances on Court

By The Associated Press
OSAKA, Japan-Two California
school girls smashed a world rec-
ord but a Japanese diver was the
sensation of the day in winning
the men's platform title of Japan's
Outdoor Swimming and Diving
Championships yesterday.
Donna de Varona, 15-year-old
Olympian from Santa Clara and
Sharon Finneran, 16, of Los An-
geles, eclipsed Miss de Varona's
listed world record of 5:34.5, in a
qualifying heat of the 400-meter
individual medley.
Fastest Ever
Dona, the baby of the 1960 U.S.
Olympic team, was clocked in
5:24.7-the fastest ever by a wom-
an. Miss Finneran, who has a mark
of 5:29.5 pending for world rec-
ognition, was timed in 5:27.4. Don-
na said she will go faster in the
final.
Shunsuke Kaneto of Tokyo sup-
plied the big upset of the day

when he edged Ron O'Brien, for-
mer Ohio State star, and won the
men's platform diving champion-
ship. He scored 149.06 points to
O'Brien's 149.04. Lou Vitucci, an-
other former Ohio States who won
the 3-meter title Wednesday, was
fifth off the tower with 133.54
points.
Completes Double
Barbara McAlister of Phoenix,
Ariz., completed a double by add-
ing the women's platform cham-
pionship to the 3-meter title she
won Wednesday. The 21-year-old
American Outdoor Platform title-
holder, scored 91.71 points off the
tower.'
In addition to the women's 400-
meter individual medley, Japan
records were set in qualifying
heats of the men's 400-meter in-
dividual medley, the 200-meter
breaststroke and the women's 400-
meter medley relay. Preliminary
heats also will be held today with

the semifinals and finals set for
Saturday and Sunday. More world
and Japanese records are expect-
ed to be broken before the meet
finishes in the 50-meter outdoor
Ogimachi Pool.
New Medley Record
Miss de Varona and Miss Fin-
nernan, along with Roby Whipple,
15, of Santa Clara and Robyn
Johnson, 16, of Arlington, Va., low-
ered the Japan mark for the 400-
meter medley relay by 20 seconds
with a time of 4:27.1.
Japan's men posted better times
than American stars in ohter pre-
lims in the sweltering, 93-degree
weather.
Kenjiro Matsumoto, a collegian
from Tokyo, topped the qualifiers
in the 200-meter breaststroke with
2:35.3, four-tenths of a second
faster that the Japan record. Chet
Jastremski of Indiana, was timed
in 2:36.6. Jastremski, 21, holds the
world record of 2:29.6.
Japanese Winners
In the 400-meter individual med-
ley, Shigeo Fukushima, another
collegian from Tokyo, was clocked
in 5:07.6, far under the Japan
mark of 5:20.2. Jastremski was
next in 5:10.7 with Roy Saari, 17-
year-old from El Segundo, Calif.,
third in 5:16.1.
Saari, who recently broke the
17-minute barrier for 1500 meters
in a 25-meter pool, was second in
the prelims'of the metric mile with
18:06.8.

By The Associated Press
HAVERFORD, Pa.-Allen Fox of
Los Angeles, reached the semifinals
of the 63rd Pennsylvania Lawn
Tennis Championship yesterday by
upsetting Fred Stolle, Australia's
sixth-ranking player, 6-3, 4-6, 8-6.
Fox, after winning the first set,
led 3-0 in the second when he lost
the upper hand in the face of the
Australia Davis Cup player's driv-
ing and volleying strength. Stolle
rallied to win the second set and!
square the match. In the third set
he came to even terms after trail-
ing 5-3. Fox, the nation's No. 8

player, served an ace to get ahead
7-6 and won the match on Stolle's l
double fault.1
Reed Wins
Whitney Reed, the No. 1 rank-;
ing player of the country from
Alameda, Calif., also gained thes
semifinals by defeating the last!
foreign contender, Cliff Drysdale,
a member of South Africa's Davis
Cup team, 6-2, 6-3.
Bill Bond, La Jolla, Calif., earn-
ed a meeting with Reed in the1
semifinals by defeating Ned Neely,
Atlanta, Ga., 6-4, 6-2.

IN THE MAJORS:
Yanks Rout Red Sox

41

SPORTS SHORTS:
Davis' Shoulder Hurt

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-A recheck of X-rays
showed yesterday that Glenn Da-
vis has a shoulder separation and
will be lost to the Detroit Lions
for the next four or five weeks of
the National Football League's
training season.
The one-time Olympic track
champion stumbled during a pass
catching drill Wednesday and'
landed heavily on his left shoul-
der. Hospital reports that night

had said Davis' shoulder was not
bseparated and he was expected
back at practice in afew days.
* * *
Moore Must Fight
PITTSBURGH-The chairman
of the World Championships Com-
mittee of the National Boxing As-
sociation told Davey Moore yester-
day he must defend his feather-
weight title "against the best
available challenger" or lose the
crown.

-AP Wirephoto
AUSTRALIAN HOPE-The Gretel (left) races with the Vim as a
warm-up measure for the America's Cup sailing matches to be
held late this summer. The Gretel is an Australian yacht which
hopes to break the United States domination of the Cup. The Vim
is an American boat on charter to the Australians to provide
practice competition.

Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Set
For Big Three-Game Series This Week

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-The New York
Yankees knocked out Gene Conley
in an eight-run third inning yes-
terday and rolled to a 13-3 vic-
tory over Boston that boosted their
American League lead over idle
Los Angeles to three full games.
Clete Boyer's two-run homer
climaxed the big inning against
Conley who had lost his last two
previous starts 1-0 and 5-0. Conley
forced in two runs by walks with
the bases loaded and gaveup two-
run doubles to Elston Howard and
Dale Long.
Rookie Jim Bouton shut out the'
Red Sox for six innings only to be
chased in the seventh when Bos-
ton scored three runs. Bob Turley
finished with two and two-thirds
hitless innings.
* ' *
MILWAUKEE - M i1 w a u k e e
southpaw Warren Spahn posted his
10th victory of the season and
moved up among baseball's all-
time strikeout leaders yesterday as
the Braves handed the hapless
New York Mets their 11th straight
defeat, 6-1, in completing a sweep
of a three-game series.
The 41-year-old Spahn struck
out five, boosting his career total
to 2,274 as he moved past Lefty
Grove into seventh place on the
all-time list. Grove, a memberof
the Hall of Fame, had 2,271.
Spahn also hit his first homer
of the season, boosting his life-
time total to 31, a National League
record for pitchers. He lost a bid

for his 56th shutout in the eighth
when Jim Hickman singled with
two out and scored on Mary
Throneberry's double to right cen-
ter.
Hank Aaron cracked his 27th
homer for Milwaukee's first run in
the second.
WASHINGTON-Bob Johnson's
one-out home run in the 9th spoil-
ed Ray Herbert's bid for his first
shutout of the season last night,
but the Chicago White Sox right-
hander easily defeated the Wash-
ington Senators, 7-1.
The White Sox scored twice off
Bennie Daniels in the first and
second innings, and Al Smith add-
ed his 11th home run in the fifth
for two more. The loss snapped
Daniels three - game w i n n i n g
streak and was his 11th defeat.

In the women's championship,
Mrs. Karen Hantze Susman, Wim-
bledon champion from Chula Vis-
ta, Calif., reached the semifinals
with a 6-1, 9-7 victory over Mrs.
William DuPont Jr., former U.S.
and Wimbledon titleholder from
Wilmington, Del.
Mrs. Susman Advances
After being outclassed in the
first set, Mrs. DuPont played beau-
tiful tennis and came within one
point of taking the second set at
5-4. However, she missed an at-
tempted passing shot. Mrs. Sus-
man broke through for a lead of
8-7 and served out the match in
the 16th game.
Margaret Smith, the Australian
champion came through a closely-
played match with Judy Alvarez,
Tampa, Fla., 7-5. 8-6. Miss Smith
scored the important service break
in the 11th game of the first set,
and then had to rally from 1-4
and 5-6 in the second set to win.
Miss Alvarez, the country's eighth-
ranking player, was one point from
taking the set at 6-5.
Justina Bricka, St. Louis, earned
a meeting with Mrs. Susman in the
semifinal round by defeating Mar-
garet Varner, Wilmington, 6-1, 6-4.
Ron Holmberg, the seventh
ranking U.S. player from Brook-
lyn, filled the other semifinal spot
by eliminating Charles Pasarell,
Puerto Rico, the U.S. junior cham-
pion, 6-4, 9-7.
Billie Jean Moffitt, defending
champion from Long Beach, Calif.,
gained the semifinals by defeating
Gwyneth Thomas, No. 6 ranking
U.S. player from Shaker Heights,
Ohio, 6-3, 6-2 after losing the first
two games. Miss Moffitt will play
Miss Smith.

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By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-The Los An-
geles Dodgers and the San Fran-
cisco Giants, whose mutual allergy
is something worse than poison
oak, open a 3-game series in Dodg-
er Stadium tonight.
The term generally applied for
such happenings is "crucial," and
for a rarity, the description might
be apt. After all, the Dodgers lead
the Giants by only one game in
the National League chase.
Could Break Record
Los Angeles baseball patrons
must think so because upward of
150,000 will view the proceedings.
Even Walter O'Malley is said to be
in dire distress looking for an ex-
tra pair of seats for some of his
friends from Brooklyn-possibly
the only two Mr. O'Malley has left
back there.
In relation to the capacity
crowds anticipated, it will be in-
[IAMSCORES]
1ST PLACE PLAYOFF
Math. 3, Soc. Psych. 'B' 1
2ND PLACE PLAYOFF
Psychology 'B' 7, Nakamura 4
4TH PLACE PLAYOFF
Strauss 4, Willow Run 0

teresting to note whether the sta-
dium record for a game will be
bettered,
The mark is 53,591, a figure that
privately irks the Dodger inner
circle of brass. It happens to be-
long to the Dodger tenants, the
Los Angeles Angels, and was re-
corded in a recent game with the
New York Yankees, both members
of what Dodger people refer to as
"the other league."
Opposing Pitchers
The opposing pitchers for the
first game, barring a switch in
announcements from managers
Walter Alston of the Dodgers and
Alvin Dark of the visitors, will be
Johnny Podres and Juan Marichal.
Podres and Marichal have iden-
tical records, but reversed, in the
Dodger-Giant warfare this season.
Marichal is 1-0 and Podres is 0-1.
Podres is 14-15 against San
.Francisco, in fact, for a career to-
tal, the only club he is behind in
lifetime wins.
Drysdale After 19
The next evening it will be Stan
Williams for the Dodgers against
Bob Bolin, and Sunday Alston will
send Don Drysdale after his 19th
victory of the season against Jack
Sanford.
Los Angeles holds an edge over
San Francisco for the season, hav-
ing won five of the eight games.
The Dodgers won the only two

played here and they are 3-3 at
Candlestick Park.
In the 10 games remaining be-
tween the two, seven are set for
Dodger Stadium, which would
seem a distinct advantage in their
pennant struggle.
Davis' Bat Hot
The big gun for Los Angelesl
against the Giants thus far has
been Tommy Davis. In the eight
games Tommy has hit an aston-
ishing .515.
Included were four home runs
and 14 runs batted in.

TODAY ATl TODD'S
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Major League Standings

AMERICAN
New York
Los Angeles
Minnesota
Cleveland
Chicago
Baltimore
Detroit
Boston
Kansas City
Washington

LEAGUE
W L Pet.
58 38 .604.
56 42 .571
54 45 .545
50 46 .521
51 50 .505
50 50 .500
46 50 .479
45 53 .459
44 56 .440
36 60 .375

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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San Prancisco
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Houston
Chicago
New Qork

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.554
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 13, Boston 3
Chicago 7, Washington 1
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York (n)
Los Angeles at Detroit (n)
Kansas Cityat Baltimore (n)
Minnesota at Cleveland (n)
Boston at Washington (n)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 8, New York 1
Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 3
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)
New York at St. Louis (2, twi)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2, twi)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (n)
Houston at Chicago

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