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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,AUGUST'7,1962

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Mexicans

Win Davis

Cup

Zone

Match

CLASSIFIEDS
f it

A AU Swim
Meet Hosts
CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio (AP)--
One of the biggest record sprees
in history is expected to highlight
the Men's National AAU Outdoor
Swimming Championships here
Friday through Sunday.
Meet Director Al Hall, Lake Erie
AAU representative, predicted a
flock of world marks will be set
unless bad weather hampers the
finest American and international
swimmers.
The field is filled with record-
holding veterans and youthful
hopefuls who want to use the
National meet as the springboard
to world swimming prominence.
The world record holder is
scheduled to compete in 10 of the
12 events on the three-day pro-
gram. Only the 200-meter indivi-
dual medley and the 100-meter
freestyle will be without a world
champion in the field.
The 200-meter individual medley
does not have a recognized world
mark, but Indiana University's
Ted Sickles, who will compete here,
has covered the distance in the
fastest time on record.
M. Dos Santos of Brazil, the
record-holder in the 100-meter
freestyle, will not compete. How-
ever, the field includes such out-
standing freestyle swimmers as
Santa. Clara's Steve Clark.

Osuna's Crucial Sin les
Victory Beats U.S. Team

STEVE BOROS ED RAKOW
three homers ... shuts out Senators

DICK STIGMAN
... beats New York

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUND-UP:
Twins, Angels Win; Tigers Lose

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Gangling Frank
Sullivan stopped New York with
a sparkling relief job last night,
as the second place Minnesota
Twins beat the Yanks 5-4, and

cut their league lead
games.

to four

The six-foot-7 Sullivan relieved
starter Dick Stigman with two
runs in, one out, and Elston Ho-
ward on second base in the eighth
inning, and retired the Yankees
on two pitches.

Littler Narrows Palmer's
PGA Money-Winning Lead

DUNEDIN, Fla. (A-Gene Lit-
tler has edged a little closer to
Arnold Palmer in the professional
golfing money-winning race, but
a big gap still separates them.
Palmer is on top the Profes-
sional Golfing Association's list of
top 10 money winners with total
winnings of $71,198, a figure he
failed to improve last week.
Littler, who won $1,600 for
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Open Sunday, increased his total
to $59,370, according to the list
released yesterday by PGA head-
quarters.
Bob Goalby, who won the In-
surance City Open, jumped his
winnings from $31,670 to $36,970,
but still stoodin sixth place on
the list. Bruce Crampton, who
picked up $1,400 in the Hartford,
Conn., tourney, moved from ninth
to eighth spot with a total of
$28,790.
Tournaments Official
Entered Won Winnings
Arnold Palmer 19 6 $71,198
Gene Littler 21 2 59,370
Bill Casper Jr. 20 3 52,438
Jack Nicklaus 21 1 49,598
Gary Player 16 1 41,513
Bob Goalby 27 1 36,970
Bob Nichols 26 2 31,555
Bruce Crampton 13 1 28,790
Phil Rodgers 21 2 28,191
Doug Ford 27 2 27,216

Stigman drove home the decid-
ing run in a two-run Minnesota
sixth with a single that scored
Earl Battey from third.
BOSTON - Los Angeles rookie
righthander Dean Chance tossed
a six-hitter and slugger Leon
Wagner knocked in a pair of runs
last night as the Angels defeated
Boston 5-2.
Chance, now 9-6 for the season
and 3-0 versus the Red Sox was
hit hard but not often. Doubles
by Chuck Schilling and Lu Clin-
ton, a walk and a Russ Nixon
grounder accounted for all the
home scoring in the sixth inning.
Wagner singled twice and
doubled. The Sox helped the third
place Angels by committing two
costly throwing errors which ac-
counted for one run and set up
another.
CLEVELAND - Detroit's Steve
Boris slammed three home runs
last night, but it wasn't enough to
offset Cleveland which broke a
ninth inning tie on Ty Cline's
sacrifice fly and beat the Tigers
6-5.
Boros connected in the second,
fourth and ninth inning, bringing
his liome run total to nine, and
walked his other trip in the sixth
inning. Dick Brown homered fol-
lowing Boros' blast in the second
frame off Sam McDowell.
The Indians exploded for five
runs in the eighth inning, their
biggest inning output since July
12.
Then Boros homered leading off
in the ninth and the Tigers added
the tieing run on a walk, a sacri-
fice and Dick McAuliffe's single.
* * *
WASHINGTON - Ed Rakow

pitched his second 1-0 victory of
the season over Washington last
night as the Kansas City Athletics
beat the Senators for the 11th
time in 14 meetings.
Bond, Dell Win
Doubles Titles
SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. (P) -
Bill Bond of La Jolla, Calif., and
Don Dell of Bethesda, Md., won
the men's doubles title at the
Eastern Grass Court Tennis
Championships yesterday, defeat-
ing nationally top-ranked Whit-
ney Reed of Alameda, Calif., and
Gene Scott of St. James, N. Y.,
4-6, 6-1, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.
Bond and Dell completed their
semifinal match over Al Driscole
of Hollywood, Calif., and Rod Sus-
man of San Antonio earlier yes-
terday, winning 7-5, 8-6. The
match was postponed by darkness
Sunday after the first set.

MEXICO CITY (P)-Rafael Os-
una stood off a fighting come-
back by Jon Douglas of Santa
Monica, Calif., yesterday for a
0-7, 6-3, 6-8, 3-6, 6-1 victory which
gave Mexico its first American
Zone Davis Cup triumph over the
United States.
Douglas, a plucky former Stan-
ford University quarterback, came
off the ropes after dropping the
first two sets and turned what
started out to be a rout into a
thrilling battle.
Osuna, a student at the Univer-
sity of Southern California, ap-
peared on the verge of exhaustion
until he found a mysterious new
source of energy in the fifth set
and thrilled a sellout crowd of
2,300 in the Chapultepec Sports
Center with his blazing finish.
When Douglas, after fighting off
two match points, finally hit the
ball over the base line for the
final point, the boisterous crowd
rushed onto the court and carried
Osuna off on their shoulders, foot-
ball style.
New Low
It marked anew, low ebb in
America's declining tennis for-
tunes.
Although they had failed to
make the challenge round in the
last two years, never before in
62 years of Davis Cup play had
United States players failed to
win the title in their own zone.
Osuna's triumph clinched the
semifinal series for the Mexicans
3-1. It made a formality of the
final singles match between Chuck
McKinley of St. Ann, Mo., and
Antonio Palafox, a 26-year-old
Mexican student at Corpus Christi
University.
Mexico's final score in the series
was 3-2. In the final match, which
became just a formality after
Osuna's victory, McKinley scored
a comeback 2-6, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-3
triumph over paunchy, 34-year-old
Mario Llamas, the Mexican Na-
tional Champion who was sub-
stituted for Palafox.

Playing beautifully until he tir-
ed, Llamas at one point in the
third set was within two pointsof
victory.
To Play Yugoslavs
The Mexicans whose two top
players Osuna and Palafox re-
ceived their training on American
college courts, now probably go
against the formidable Yugoslavs
in the American Zone final, the
match to be played here August
17-19.
The Iron Curtain Yugoslavs
were unable to challenge in the
European Zone. They have two
top flight players in Nicolas Pilic
and Boris Jopanovic, who gained
the Wimbledon doubles final. The
Yugoslavs' match with British
Caribbean is considered a formal-
ity.
The American champions must
beat Sweden, the European cham-
pion, and India the champions of
the Far East, to qualify for a
shot at the Australians in the
challenge late in December.
junior Davis
Cuppers Win
SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. (R) --
Dave Reed, a member of the U. S.
Junior Davis Cup team from Glen-
dale, Calif., knocked out tourna-
ment veteran Need Neely of Atlan-
ta 6-4, 6-1, yesterday in the open-
ing round of the 74th Meadow
Club Tennis Invitation.
Arthur Ashe of St. Louis, an-
other Junior Davis Cupper, elim-
inated Don Thompson of Forest
Hills, N. Y., 6-2, 6-0.
In other matches, Larry Nagler,
North Hollywood, Calif., defeated
Dave Ranney; Garden Grove,
Calif., 6-3, 6-2, and Ronnie Fisher,
Houston, ousted Ron Goldman,
Washington, 6-4, 6-2.

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a slugging spree that has moved
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category. He has 29 homers and
77 RBI. Norm Cash of Detroit
leads in home runs with 30 while
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the most runs batted in, 78.
Since July 8, Killebrew has hit
12 home runs and batted in 29
runs. He is batting .247.
Runnels Tops Batters
Pistol Pete Runnels of BostonI
broke a deadlock for the junior
circuit batting lead by gaining one
point to .333 while rookie Manny
Jimenez of Kansas City remained
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hits in *25 times at bat while jim-
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Floyd Robinson of the Chicago
White Sox remained in third place
despite a seven-point drop to 313.
Rich Collins of Minnesota held
the No. 4 spot although he dropped,
five points to .311. Robinson had
three hits in 18 trips and Rollins,
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Mets, playing their first and prob-
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Grounds, have already pulled more
customers through the turnstiles
of the acient ball park than did
the Giants in their final season
in New York five years ago.
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resenting San Francisco, and the
Los Angeles Dodgers have been
responsible for almost 50 per cent
of the turnout.
In 42 home dates, the Mets have
drawn 667,191. In the 10 dates
the Giants or the Dodgers furn-
ished the opposition, the Mets
totaled 329,817 for an average of
almost 33,000. In the other 32
dates, New York's new National
League club has averaged about
10,500.
The Giants drew only 653,923
in 1957, their final season in New
York.
The Dodgers and the Giants are
among the eight clubs showing
j attendance increases at home this
year. The Dodgers are up 479,901
and the Giants 65,584.
Other teams ahead of their 1961
paces are the Los Angeles Angels
315,009; St. Louis 124,121; Cleve-
land 104,211; Philadelphia 99,547;
Washington 66,914 and Minnesota
12,985. The figures include Sun-
day's games.
The Milwaukee Braves show the
largest decrease, 292,505 followed

by Detroit 170,524; Chicago Cubs
169,030; Pittsburgh 151,850; Bal-
timore 117,330; Cincinnati 113,783;
Boston 103,880; Kansas City 30,-
666 and the Chicago White Sox
72,784.
The Mets, who are expected to
play in a new park in Flushing
Meadows next season, have an
overall 1962 home average of al-
most 16,000.
Major Leag
AMERICA?
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HARMON KILLEBREW
... batting surge

Musial Leads National Davis dropped five to .348. The
Veteran Stan Musial of St. Louis figures include Sunday's games.
took over the National League Musial, seeking his eighth bat-
batting lead from Tommy Davis ting crown, had seven hits in 16
of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Mus- at bats last week. Davis, who
ial gained five points to .357 while drove in six runs to hike his
leading RBI total to 112, also had
seven hits, but he went to bat
Standings 26 times.
Frank Robinson ofdCincinnati
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YESTERDAY'S GAMES
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Los Angeles 5, Boston 2
Cleveland 6, Detroit 5
Kansas City 1, Washington 0
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Philadelphia 5
Houston 4
Chicago 4
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YESTERDA'Y'S GAMES
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Milwaukee 4, Chicago 1
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