THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATUTRDAY. JULY 7.lf1962
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Special To The Daily
HONOLULU - Dave Campbell
powered Michigan back into the
win column here Thursday eve-
ning as the Wolverine baseball
squad scored an 8-2 victory over
the Subpac Raiders.
It was Michigan's 39th victory
of the year against 16 defeats. The
'M' squad has lost only one game
in six starts with service teams in
Hawaii since winning the Inter-
national Collegiate World Series
here two weeks ago. -
Campbell slammed a honerun
and a double to drive in half of
Michigan's runs. Almost the whole
Wolverine team got into the scor-
ing act as they gave pitcher Fritz
Fisher a solid lead early in the
Fisher pitched an eight-hitter
as he went all the way for the win.
Three Subpac pitchers allowed
Michigan nine hits, but also is-
sued a number of walks, and a
few wild pitches and errors aided
the 'M' run total.
Shortstop Dick Honig singled in'
Michigan's first run in the open-
ing inning. An error, two walks,
and a wild pitch led to a run in the
The lead went up to four runs
in the fourth inning when third-
baseman Harvey Chapman dou-
bled, followed by a walk, an error,
and another wild pitch, plus sec-
ond-baseman Joe Jones' sacrifice
In the seventh inning Campbell
doubled in his first run, and after
the Raiders scored their first run,
he smashed a three-run homerun
in the ninth to seal up the victory.
The final Raider run in the bot-
tom of the ninth meant little.
Michigan played another game
late last night to end their sched-
ule in Hawaii. They will fly back
to California on Monday.
... another win
WIMBLEDON, Eng. (P) - Rod
Laver took another step toward
tennis' rare grand slam yesterday
when he buried fellow Australian
Martin Mulligan 6-2, 6-2, 6-1 in
the all-England men's final with
a crushing display that awed
Queen Elizabeth and a sellout gal-
lery of 14,000.
The little lefthander f r o m
Queensland needed only 52 min-
utes to add Wimbledon to the 1962
Australian and French champion-
ships he already had won.
Now only the United States
championship at Forest Hills, be-
ginning Aug. 27, stands between
him and the sweep of the four big
tournaments which only one man
'-America's Don Budge in 1938-
has been able to win in a single
Today the Queen is expected to
come out again to watch the wom-
en's final in which Mrs. Karen
Hantze Susman, a 19-year-old
bride from San Antonio, Tex.,
plays the surprising, unseeded
Czech, Mrs. Vera Sukova.
She and Billie Jean Moffitt of
Long Beach, Calif., gained the
women's doubles final with a 6-3,
6-4 victory over Justina Bricka
of St. Louis, Mo., and Margaret
Smith of Australia. They go
against Mrs. Sandra Reynolds
Price and Renee Schuurman of
South Africa, who upset top-seed-
ed Darlene Hard of Long Beach,
Calif., and Maria Bueno of Bra-
zil 6-3, 6-3.
Laver's victory was the sixth for
Australia in the last seven years
and it marked the sixth time in
the last eight years that two Aus-
tralians had been paired in the
In 1956 Lew Hoad won the Aus-
tralian, French and Wimbledon
crowns and came to Forest Hills
heavily favored to complete the
grand slam. However, he was beat-
en by teammate Ken Rosewall.
TIGERS TOP ORIOLES:
Yanks Win on Homeruns
By The Associated Press
Homeruns made the difference
for New York and Detroit, while
Cleveland continued to get hits
from an obscure outfielder as
these three first division teams
won American League games last
The Yankees gained a full game
on fourth-place Minnesota as
Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle
each cracked two homeruns for
a 7-5 victory. It allowed Mantle to
tie the major league record for
homeruns in four consecutive
trips to the plate, two on Thurs-
day and two last night.
Detroit's winning h o m e r u n
came off the bat of pinch-hitter
Vic Wertz in the bottom of the
ninth to break a 4-4 deadlock with
Baltimore. Jim Bunning pitched
all the way for the 5-4 victory.
The Indians got a triple from
Don Dillard, who also delivered
decisive hits against Detroit on
Wednesday and Thursday, and.
strong hitting from Willie Kirk-
land and John Romano to slip
past the Chicago White Sox, 5-3.
Three second division teams--
Philadelphia, Houston and New
York-scored victories over first
division clubs in National League
action last night.
The Phillies downed Pittsburgh,
6-2, the Colt 45's handled Cincin-
nati, 2-0, and the Mets trimmed
St. Louis, 10-3. In the only after-
noon game Milwuakee downed
Hal Woodeschick let the Red-
legs have eight hits, while his
Colt teammates turned seven
safties into two runs. Singles by
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... beats Orioles
Norm Larker, Merrill Ranew and
BobLillis plus a Cincinnati error
scored the two runs in the second
The New York outburst was
headed by a grand-slam homerun
by Rod Kanehl which came in a
six-run eighth inning. Roger
Craig went the distance for the
victory. Gil Hodges also homered
for the winners, the 370th of his
Art Mahaffey pitched a seven-
hitter to give the Phillies their
victory. Homeruns made the dif-
ference in the Milwaukee game,
as Eddie Matthews, Hank Aaron
and Joe Adcock all connected for
Major League Standings
W L Pet.
57 29 .663
55 30 .647
50 33 .610
45 37 .556
43 36 .551
41 41 .500
35 47 .420
33 46 .410
3S 55 .353
22 57 .269
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Cooper, Lema Lead Flint Open Golf
Cleveland 5, Chicago 3
Detroit 5, Baltimore 4
New York 7, Minnesota 5
Washington at Kansas City (inc.)
Boston at Los Angeles (inc.)
New York at Minnesota
Chicago at Cleveland
Washington at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Los Angeles (n)
(Based on 200 or More at Bats)
By The Associated Press
FLINT--Pete Cooper and Tony
Lema, a couple of victory hungry
golf pros, fired three under par
69s yesterday for 140s and the
halfway lead in the 72-hole Flint
Former Flint Open Champion
Art Wall, Jr. and Ken Still, who
led the first day with 70s, faded.
Still wound up with a 77-five over
par-on Warwick Hills Country
Club's rugged 7,280 yards. Wall
had a 78.
* * *
One U.S. Crew Left
America's challenge was slashed'
to a single crew yesterday during
Following is the Intramural
Softball League schedule for next
The games listed are the regu-
larly scheduled games for the week.
The I-M Department states that
there will also be a number of
make-up games played this week,
due to the rain last Monday and
Tuesday. Times for make-up games
will be announced by the I-M de-
partment through the league offi-
a turbulent session of the Henley
Royal Regatta which ended with
the angry withdrawal of the Polish
Only Washington-Lee, the Unit-
ed States high school champion,
was left in contention for regatta
honors. The young American crew
--average age 17-narrowly de-
feated a tough squad of London
dockers to wi na semifinal place
in the Thames challenge cup. The
two crews dueled fiercely down the
one mile, 550 yard course with the
verdict going to Washington-Lee
by three quarters of a length.
But the University of Pennsyl-
vania's proud eight followed Yale
out o fthe grand challenge cup-
again at the hands of Italy's Mo-
to Guzzi crew, eight strapping fac-
tory hands from Lake Como.
The Italians, who make motor-
bikes, rowed over the course like a
machine to win by 11/ lengths.
* * *
Runyan Wins Title
PRESTWICK, Scotland - Paul
Runyan, 55-year-old pro from La
Jolla, Calif., retained the World
Senior Professional championship
yesterday, defeating Sam King of
Britain 2 and 1.
Runyan, diminutive, bespectacl-
ed American, thus repeated his
victory in the same championship
over King last year.
* * *
TROON, Scotland-Sam Snead,
50-year-old American star who
won the British Open in 1946,
shook up the favorites in the Brit-
ish Open Golf Championship yes-
terday by shooting a six-under-par
66 in practice over the difficult
The open will start Monday with
about 350 competitors from 19
countries taking part in two
rounds of qualifying.
The American entries include
Jack Nicklaus, United States Open
champion who still is struggling to
pull his game together; Arnold
Palmer, defending titleholder, and
Gene Littler, the 1961 U.S. Open
Milwaukee 5, Chicago 3 (10 inn.)
New York 10, St. Louis 3
Houston 2, Cincinnati 0
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 2
Los Angeles at San Francisco (inc.)
St. Louis at New York (2)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Houston at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at San Francisco
(Based on 200 or More at Bats)
Player and Club G AB R H Pct.
T. Davis, L.A. 84 345 65 119 .345
F. Alou, S.F. 78 293 50 97 .331
Clemente, Pitt. 76 282 54 93 .330
Williams, Cli. 85 336 63 110 .327
H. Aaron, Mil, 82 312 64 102 .327
Robinson, Cin. 78 302 52 98 .325
Musial, St. L. 63 204 29 66 .324
Groat, Pitt. 82 342 40 110 .322
Davenport, S.F. 80 282 54 90 .319
Skinner, Pitt, 76 268 47 85 .317
Player and Club
A. Smith, Chi.
G AB R H Pct.
76 274 29 96 .350
78 289 44 97 .336
83 327 46 106 .324
80 306 43 95 .310
83 308 57 95 .308
66 279 33 85 .305
77 265 50 80 .302
70 249 33 75 .301
79 303 42 90 .297
78 325 50 96 .295
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