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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4

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Green Bay Outlasts Spry
College All-Stars, 42-40'

CHICAGO (P)-The Green Bay
Packers finally wore down a sur-
prisingly talented All-Star football
team last night before 65,000, win-
ning the 29th game in the classic
series 42-20 on five touchdown
passes by quarterback Bart Starr.
But it was the passing of John
Hadl of Kansas, drafted by the
San Diego Chargers of the rival
American Football League, that
SPORTS SHORTS:
Davis Cup

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Play StartsI
By The Associated Presst
MEXICO CITY-The two top
players, Chuck McKinley of St.
Ann, Mo., and Rafael Osuna ofI
Mexico, were drawn for the open-
ing singles match today in the
crucial U.S. - Mexico American
Zone Davis Cup tennis series.
The second match sends Jon
Douglas of Santa Monica, Calif.,
against Mexico's Antonio Palafox.
Harney Leads
HARTFORD, Conn.-Mild-man-
nered Paul Harney, of Worcester,
Mass., requiring only 28 putts, shot
a blistering 66 yesterday -for a 36-
hole total of 132 and the halfway
lead in the $35,000 Insurance City
Open Golf Tournament.
Art Wall Jr., of Pocono Manor,
Pa., who was the first round lead-
er with a 65, shot a 70 for a 135.
Two strokes behind Harney at
134 were Julius Boros of Mid
Pines, N.C., Jack Burke of Kiam-
esha Lake, N.Y., and Gene Littler,
of San Diego, Calif., the 1961 U.S.
Open champion.
* * *
To Go to Russia
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. - U.S.
Davis Cuppers Donald Dell and
Frank Froehling plus U.S. Wight-
man Cuppers Billie Jean Moffitt
and U.S. Clay Court Champion
Donna Floyd will, represent the
United States at the Russian Na-
tional Tennis Championship in
Moscow, August 12-19.
This was announced yesterday
by James M. Dickey, first vice-
president of the U.S. Lawn Tennis
Association and chairman of its
International Play Committee.
Dickey pointed out, however,
that Dell of Bethesda, Md., and
Froehling of Coral Gables, Fla.,
might not go if the U.S. loses its
American Zone Davis Cup match
with Mexico this weekend. In that
case, it's possible that two other
players, possibly Chuck McKinley
of St. Ann, Mo., and Dennis Ral-
ston of Bakersfield, Calif., will be
selected.
* * *
Pro Football Starts
DALLAS, Tex.-The American
Football League launches its sea-
son tomorrow night with exhibi-
tion games at Atlanta and Hous-
ton.
Oakland and Dallas clash at At-
lanta and Houston wil take on the
New York Titans at Houston.

kept the national Football League
champions scrambling until deep
into the third period when the
Packers finally took command.
Hadl's passes put the All-Stars
in front 7-0 on the opening kick-
off, and after the Packers tied it
7-7, Greg Mather took advantage
of a fumble to kick the first of
two field goals, this from the 26,
to put the All-Stars ahead 10-7 in
the second period.
With the Packers leading 14-10
at the start of the second half,
Hadl passed 21 to Charlie Bryant
to send the All-Stars in front
17-14.
Three more touchdown passes
by Starr in the second half iced
the game for Green Bay. Dowler
was the receiver on one of the
three, and Max McGee took the
other two. The final Packer touch-
down was a run by Elijah Pitts.
The exciting, see-saw game was
played in 79 degree temperature
under the sponsorship of the Chi-
cago Tribune Charities, Inc. The
Packers' victory gave the pros 19
to 8 for the All-Stars with two
tied in the series.
Starr's five touchdown passes
set a new game record.
The game marked the return
to action of Paul Hornung, re-
cently released by the Army. He
ripped off several substantial gains
and was unerring on conversions.
The All-Stars played without the
services of Ernie Davis of Syra-
cuse, hospitalized with a blood ail-
ment, and Ronnie Bull of Baylor,
also on the sick list.

Dell Pulls
Big Upset
In Tennis
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (R) -
Donald Dell upset second-seeded
Mike Sangster of Great Britain
yesterday and advanced to the
semifinals of the Eastern Grass
Court Championships along with
his U.S. Davis Cup teammate,
Frank Froehling.
Dell, of Bethesda, Md., outma-
neuvered Sangster, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1
and Froehling of Coral Gables,
Fla., battled past unseeded Gene
Scott of St. James, N.Y., 6-4, 2-6,
7-5.
In the other men's semifinal,
third - seeded Australian Fred
Stolle will face unseeded Tom Ed-
lefson of San Francisco. Both
Stolle and Edlefson advanced
Thursday.
There was another upset in the
women's division when unseeded
Carole Caldwell, of Santa Monica,
Calif., surprised fourth-seeded
Justina Bricka of St. Louis, 5-7,
6-0, 6-4, to go into the semifinals.
Miss Caldwell, the nation's
ninth - ranking player, will play
top-seeded Mrs. Karen Hantze
Susman, the Wimbledon cham-
pion. Mrs. Susman of San An-
tonio, breezed past Judy Alvarez
of Tampa, Fla., 6-1, 6-4.
In the upper half of the wom-
en's draw, second-seeded Margar-
et Smith of Australia and third-
seeded Billie Jean Moffitt of Long
Beach, Calif., set up a rematch of
Miss Moffitt's historic upset in
Wimbledon's first round this year.

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The annual street art fair is held on South University.

Highlights of the Art Fair

Major League Standings

Art and the artist,

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

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60
60
55
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48
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Pet.
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.561
.561
.509
.505
.490
.481
.457
.426
.385;

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6
6%
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Los Angeles
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Chicago
Houston
New York

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68
63
62
60
55
51
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43
45
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67
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Pct. GB
.667 -
.630 4
.594 8
.579 9
.552 121/2
.509 17
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.374 312
.369 31
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 10, Chicago 2
Cleveland 1, Kansas City 0
Washington 2, Boston ,I
Baltimore 6, Los Angeles 3
Minnesota 7, Detroit 4
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago
Minnesota at Detroit
Kansas City at Cleveland
Washington at Boston
Los Angeles at Baltimore (n)
LEADING BATSMEN
(Based on 250 or More at Bats)
Player and Club G AB R H Pet.
Runnels, Bos. 102 379 57 126 .332
Jiminez, K.C. 101 370 37 123 .332
Power, Minn. 89 374 51 119 .318
Robinson, Chi. 103 401 60 125 .312
Rollins, Minn. 106 418 60 129 .309
Siebern, 'K.C. 107 400 73 122 .305
Lumpe, K.C. 104 428 62 130 .304
Hinton, Wash. 92 314 43 95 .303
Moran, L.A. 105 437 62 131 .300
Cunningham, Chi. 99'343 63 103 .300
HOME RUNS
Cash, Detroit 30
Wagner, Los Angeles 28
Gentile, Baltimore 26
Killebrew, Minnesota 26
Maris, New York 24
RUNS BATTED IN
Siebern, Kansas City 76
Wagner, Los Angeles 75
Robinson, Chicago 72
Rollins, Minnesota 71
Colavito, Detroit 70
Killebrew, Minnesota 70

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 8, New York 6
Houston 8, St. Louis 3
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (rain)
Chicago at Los Angeles (inc.)
Pittsburgh at San Francisco (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2)
Houston at St. Louis
Chicago at Los Angeles
Philadelphia at San Francisco
Cincinnati at New York (2)
LEADING BATSMEN
(Based on 250 or More at Bats)
Player and Club G AB R H Pct.
Musial, St. L. 86 272 40 96 .353
T. Davis, L.A. 106 443 82 151 .349
Robinson, Cmn. 105 399 84 134 .336
H. Aaron, Mil. 106 406 82 135 .333
Clemente, Pitts. 100 376 71 125 .332
Altman, Chi. 99 262 48 118 .326
Gonzalez, Phila. 99 369 65 119 .322
Howard, L.A. 84 275 49 88 .320
Ashburn, N.Y. 88 253 41 81 .320
Skinner, Pitts. 100 354 64 113 .319

HOME RUNS
Mays, San Francisco
H. Aaron, Milwaukee
Banks, Chicago
Thomas, New York
Mejias, Houston
Mathews, Milwaukee
Cepeda, San Francisco
RUNS BATTED IN
T. Davis, Los Angeles
Mays, San Francisco
H. Aaron, Milwaukee
Robinson, Cincinnati
Cepeda, San Francisco

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PERFORMANCE
OANCT E U-M PLAYERS present
TONIGHT 8:00
"a true comedy of humours"

Paintings sometimes draw praise-sometimes scepticism.

Photography by
Michael de Gaetano and

Many items on display are for sale.

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