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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUES

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Ranks Clobber Indians
)n Nine-Run Barrage,
M1antle, Mans Homer

Caddies' Benefactor

Speed Kings Admit Importance of Fear

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New York scored in the first on
three walks and an error by
Woodie Held, who suffered a
broken finger and will be sidelined
from three to five weeks. Cleveland
tied it in the second on John Ro-

scored. The Indians beefed over
umpire Cal Drummond's decision
at first.
Roger Maris then smacked a
single off Stigman's left and Man-
tle followed with a shot over the
left field fence, his 22nd homer of
the season.
Cleveland made it 5-2 in the
fourth on singles by Ken Aspro-
monte, Vic Power and Jim Pier-
sall, plus Romano's sacrifice fly.
Power stretched his hitting streak
to 18 games, while Aspromonte ex-
tended his run to 16 games.
New York added another run in
the eighth off relief hurler Barry
Latman. Elston Howard singled,
was sacrificed along by Ford and
scored on Boyer's single to center.
The Yanks scored their two final
runs in the ninth on Mars' homer
and singles by Mantle and How-
ard.
Richardson and Howard each
collected three of the Yankees' 13
hits. Mantle and Gil McDougald
struck out three times apiece, but
Mantle also had a single in addi-
tion to his big blast.

GOODWOOD, England (M --
Donald Campbell has set Thurs-
day as the date for the first
powered test of his Bluebird, the
car in which he hopes to set a
new world record.
The English daredevil plans
to shoot for the mark this fall
on the Bonneville Salt Flats in
Utah. It was there that Eng-
land's John Cobb set the exist-
ing record of 394.196 miles per
hour over the measured mile in
1947.
The Campbell car has a 4,250
horsepower engine with an idling
speed of 170 m.p.h.
Campbell said he wanted to
make a thorough recheck of in-
struments beforesgiving the
Bluebird its first test.
He declined to predict the
speed he expects to reach in
Utah.
BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS,
Utah (') Fear may decide which
of four men will break the 400
mile per hour land speed barrier
this summer on the blistering hot
salt fiats of western Utah.
The drivers, of course, are con-
vinced their cars are capable of
reaching the 400 m.p.h. speed
which would set a world mark.
They are Athol Graham of Salt
Lake City, Mickey Thompson of
El Monte, Calif., Dr. Nathan Os-
tick of Los Angeles, and Donald
Campbell of Great Britain.
Thompson Blacks Out
Thompson, who set the Ameri-
can land speed mark of 363.67 last
summer, recently admitted fear
plays a big part in a driver's suc-
cess. During his record run, fumes
escaped into the cockpit. Thomp-
son blacked out, but not before he
released the parachutes which
slowed down his blue racer.
The American record holder
says now "I have to talk myself
into the car every time I start... .
There's always the feeling that
something might go wrong."
Graham says his stomach be-
comes queasy before each run.
"There is the knowledge that
something could go wrong at that
speed in the back of my mind,"
he said. "But I don't pay too much
attention to it.
"Once I start, the feeling goes
away. But I'm always on the alert."
Ostick and Campbell have not

stated their fears publicly. But
both will be driving jet-powered
cars where a tiny mistake - me-
chanical or mental - could mean.
the difference between life and
death.
Thompson says if something
went wrong at 400 m.p.h. "I would
dives out before I would stay with
it. That way maybe I would have
a chance."
Graham takes a different view.
"I think I'd ride it out," he
said. "At that speed, that's about
all you could do."
But there is a valid reason for
the opposing views on survival.'
The engines in Thompson's car,
powered with a nitro mixture, are

squeezed in front of the driver.
Engine trouble could start a fire
with the flames breaking directly
into the cockpit.
However, Graham sits in front
of the engine. He said he could
never understand why Thompson
built his car with the engine in
front of the cockpit.
If any of the four cracks the
400 m.p.h. mark, he will break the
world record of 394.19 set by Eng-
lishman John Cobb in 1947.
Graham gets first crack Aug.
1 - 4; Ostick runs Aug. 5 - 13;
Thompson races Aug. 14-20 and
again in mid - September; and
Campbell is scheduled to start
Aug. 12.

Nationals Vote To Expand,
Feel Inevitability of Action
CHICAGO (P) - The National-

,.

Baseball League voted yesterday voted unanimously to expand its

STILL SPRY-Chick Evans, who rose from caddy ranks to become
a champion golfer, is still active in tournament play. Here he
walks along with caddy Keith Slume in Chicago City Amateur
Tourney. Evans, who was 70 yesterday, started a college scholar-
ship foundation in 1930 which has provided an education for
nearly 1,000 boys.

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MICKEY MANTLE
..homer erases strikeouts
mano's 10th homer of the season,
a long shot over the left center-
field fence.
Roger Maris slammed his 29th
homer for the Yanks in the ninth
inning, a "wrong-field" shot over
the left field fence.
Elston Howard started the big
New York rally by beating out a
hit to short. Then Bobby Richard-
son singled to left and the bases
were loaded when Ford bunted
and Stigman threw too late for a
force at third base.
One run scored on Cletis Boyer's
sacrifice fly. Hector Lopez bounced
back to the mound and~Stigman
threw to second to start a double
play. But the Indians only got a
force play at second as Lopez beat
the relay to first, and Richardson

SPORT SHORTS:
X-Touche Sweeps Mackinac Race

unanimously in favor of expan-
sion and named a committee for
expansion to be headed by Walter
O'Malley, president of the Los
Angeles Dodgers.
League president Warren Giles
said shortly after the meeting that
expansion is inevitable and in-
vited both the American League
and the Continental League to
meet with the National League on
the matter.
Giles said, "The National League
discussed major league expansion
at length. Expansion by a new
league and expansion of present
leagues were both considered.
Set Up Standards
The standards for a new major
league were set forth at Columbus
last year and were accepted by
the Continental League which so
far has not met them."
To expedite prompt action Giles
appointed a committee on expan-
sion and issued his invitation to
representatives of the American
League and the Continental
League to meet with the National
League committee as soon as pos-
sible.
"If it develops that a new major
league is impracticable," said
Giles, "the National League has

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By The Associated Press
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. --
X-Touche, an ocean sailboat
owned by Jerry Clements of De-
troit, breezed across the finish
line yesterday, the first boat to
complete the Port Huron-to-Mack-
inac Island race. It was one of
the closest finishes in the 36-year
history of the event.'
Gypsy, an all-aluminum yawl,
finished exactly two minutes be-
hind X-Touche. Gypsy is owned
by Charles Kotovics of Milwau-
kee.
Racing officials here said because
of fog they did not know how far
behind the two finishers the other
81 boats were in the 235-mile race.
X-Touche reached Mackinac Isa'
land at 5:08.51 a.m. (EST) with
Gypsy coming in right behind. X-
Touche's time for the race through
Lake Huron to this island on the
eastern edge of the straits of
Mackinac was 53 hours, 8 minutes,
51 seconds. The craft's corrected
elapsed time was 34.6.39.
Gypsy completed the race in
53.10.50 with a corrected elapsed
time of 35.29.20.
Last year's winner, the Appache,
owned by W. D. Gimeiner of
Grosse Pointe, Mich., had a cor-
rected elapsed time of 39:43.11.

Return Match Set
TOKYO--A return match for
the world junior lightweight title
between the Philippine's newly-
crowned champion, Flash Elorde,
and Harold Gomes of Providence,
Rhode Island, has been set for
Aug. 17, in! San Francisco.
Lope Sarreal, manager and
father-in-law of Elorde, said yes-
terday the 15-rounder will be held
at the Civic Auditorium.
Elorde, who is also Orient light-
weight champion. won the world

membership to 10 clubs."
No Cities Mentioned
The expansion committee, in
addition to O'Malley, will consist
of Lou Perini, owner of the Mil-
waukee Braves; John Galbreath,
owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates;
and Bob Carpenter, owner of the
Philadelphia Phillies.
Giles said that no cities were
mentioned in the expansion move
and that no standards were set.
All eight National League own-
ers attended the meeting along
with their respective general man-
agers. The owners met in execu-
tive session earlier and later in
the day invited the general man-
agers into the meeting.
The American League is on rec-
ord as favoring expansion and al-
rea8dy has named a committee on
expansion to be headed by Del
Webb, co-owner of the Yankees.
However, the American League
met in New York last week and
said it could not expand by itself
and needed help.
The National League also turned
down a proposal to change the
visiting teams' share of gate re-
ceipts now 271/ cents per admis-
sion, to a flat 20 per cent.

submit two sets of alternate dates
for the 1962 Olympic games in
Tokyo to the International Olym-
pic Committee (IOC) when it
meets in Rome next month, it was
reported yesterday.
The newspaper Asahi said the
┬░committee at its 10th general
meeting Monday discussing games
plans selected May 23-June 7 and
May 30-June 14.
The committee feels that either
of the two dates are ideal for
sports events, the Asahi said. The

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FAIR WIND-Sailboats at the 36th annual Mackinac Island race
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was the winner in a close finish.
title when he knocked out Gomes
in the seventh round in Manila
March 16.
Sarreal said Elorde, accompan-
ied by his trainer, Ceyl Villaneuva,
is scheduled to leave ManilarJuly
25 for Tokyo where he will trans-
fer to a jet airliner flying to San
Francisco.
Japan Names Grapplers
TOKYO-Japan picked a team
of 16 grapplers yesterday that
hopes to grab eight gold medals
in the lighter wrestling divisions
of the free-style and Greco-Ro-
man events at the 1960 Rome
Olympic games next month.
Among those selected is flyweight
Takashi Hirata, who won the
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and the 1959 American Athletic
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TOKYO - The Tokyo Olympic
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May 24-June 1, was a success pri-
marily because of the weather.
. . .
O'Connor Breaks Record
WOODBROOK, Ireland - Ire-
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O'Connor, broke his own course
days yesterday to win a playoff
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for the 1,000 pound ($2,800) Irish
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O'Connorshot a 63 to a 71 by
Ken Bousfield of England. They
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