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STHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Byr TOM WITECKI I

Swim

Hopes

Fade

ISSIFIEDS

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Sports Editor
Special to The Daily
DETROIT-Michigan's hopes of
acing a qualifier on the U.S.
?lympic swimming team took a
;Utowski,

vic tim

nose dive yesterday when Its two
top contenders, Bob 'Webster and
Ron Clark, failed to qualify.
However, both Wolverine seniors
will have a second chance to qual-
ify for the trip to Rome in the
swim trials that run through Fri-
day at Detroit's Brennan Pools.
Favorite Fades
However, when the last man
finished diving in this, the day's
only final, Webster was a distant
fifth.
Far ahead of the field as ex-
pected was Ohio State's Sam Hall
with 851.9 points. Possessing the
other plane ticket to Rome was
Gary Tobian who put onda bril-
liant comeback to finish second.
Eleventh after the preliminaries,
fourth after the semi-finals, To-

9f Crash

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. )-
Bob Gutowski, the listed world
record holder in the pole vault,
was killed last night in an auto
achident, officials at this Marine
base reported.
Gutowski, a first lieutenant, was
one of two Marines who died in
the collision. Another Marine was
injured.
Names of the other dead Marine
and the injured man were not im-
mediately released.
A base spokesman said a south-
bound car containing two enlisted
men was traveling on the wrong
side of the road and collided head-
on with Gutowski's car near Camp
Las Pulugas on the base.
Gutowski, 25, rose from obscur-
ity to shatter the world vault
record while a senior at Occidental
in 1957, with a mark of 15 feet
814 inches.
Kuenn Expects
No Opposition
To New Ruling
WASHINGTON () - Harvey
Kuenn, American League player
representative, said yesterday it's
okay with him if the major leagues
play only one All-Star game be-
ginning in 1962.
Kuenn, Cleveland Indian out-
fielder, said he expected little or
no opposition from American
League players to Monday's an-
nouncement by baseball commis-
sioner Ford Frick.
Frick said the majors will play
two All-Star games next year but
in 1962 will revert to the tradi-
tional one game. The 1961 games
will be played one month apart.
Kuenn said the players voted to
play two All-Star games, begin-
ning in 1959, to build up their
pension fund.
"I imagine they'll agree to one
game after next year," Kuenn said.
Frick said added television
money after the 1961 season would
make a second game unnecessary.

shot chance of making the 42-
member Olympic squad. To do this
he will have to finish first in the
100 meter breaststroke final on
Friday.
This remains only a slight possi-
bility since the bespectacled Wol-
verine swimmer was-never especi-
ally strong in this, the shorter of
the two breaststroke events.
Farrell Holds Spotlight
Holding the spotlight in yester-
day's trials was Jeff Farrell, who
led the qualifiers into tftight's
100 meter freestyle final. It was
just a week ago today that the
former Oklahoma swimmer under-
went an appendectomy at Detroit's'
Henry Ford Hospital. But at 2 p.m.
yesterday afternoon, with his scar
securely taped, Farrell dived into
the 50 meter Brennan Pool and
raced to a :55.9 clocking to qualify
for the evening's semi-finals. Then
he drew the largest cheers of the
day from the 6,000 fans gathered
'round the brightly lit pool as he
posted the evening's lowest quali-
fying time, :56.4.
Indianapolis Athletic Club mem-
ber Allan Summers stroked 4:24.6
in qualifying for the 400 meter
freestyle final. His time broke the
record set just a few minutes
earlier by Indianapolis teammate
George Breen who finished with
4:26.4.
Other American record times in
qualifying rounds were posted by
Bob Griesser, who has clocked in
a 2:40.1 on the 200 meter breast-
stroke; Ann Warner who swam
to a 2:52.5 record in the women's
200 meter breaststroke, and Chris
von Salltza with a 1:01.2 clocking
in the women's 100 meter free
style.
SWEEP SERIES:
Vr

LEADS FIELD-Ohio State's Sam Hall demonstrates the fine
style that earned him first place in the three meter springboard
diving in the U.S. Olympic swim trials. He totalled 851.9 points,
almost 80 more than the runnerup.

Michigan did qualify two long
shot chances for tomorrow night's
finals-junior Bill Darton posted
the evenings sixth best time in the
400 meter freestyle, 4:29.4. For-
mer Wolverine swimmer Carl
Woolley made it into the 100
meter freestyle final with a 46.4
mark.
Since only the first two finish-
ers of the eight men entered in

each final will make the Olympic
team, neither Darton nor Wooley
have good chances of making the
trip to Rome.
Today's schedule will be featur-
ed by five finals, four of them at
8:30 in the evening. The top final
should be the 100 meter freestyle
for Jeff Farrell will be attempting
to flinish off one of the most re-
markable comebacks in swimming
or any other sport.

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bian came through with several A aIILI%, LF. iL
clutch dives in the finals to amass
772.5 points. NEW YORK (MP-The New York
This total barely edged Don Yankees burst into first place last
Harper, second place finisher in night, sweeping acdy-night dou-
this event at the 1956 Olympics, bleheader from Detroit by the
who had 764.0 points, same 3-2 scores.
Second Chance They won the opener in 14 inn-
Webster, who accumulated Just ings on catcher Johnny Blan-
730.4 points, will have his second chard's single with two out and
chance in Friday's 10 meter plat- therbases loaded and took the
form diving event. second in the 10th on pinch hitter
Favored to win the 200 meter Bob Cerv's home run.
breaststroke event and thus qual- B eYaCes hmen n
ify for the team, Michigan's Clark The Yankees have now won all
swam far from his best race in a three games of the series by the
preliminary heat, and was dis- same 3-2 score.
qualified for a faulty turn. The twin triumphs, coupled with
His time of approximately 2:46.0
was the seventh best of the day,C
and would have qualified him for onttnenus
the eight-man finals tonight, but
because of a hurried twist of the Abandon Plans
shoulder while approaching a turn,
he is out of the running.
However, Clark still has a long . L eague
CHICAGO MP)-The Continental
League died yesterday, making
room for the National and Ameri-
can Leagues to add two teams

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each for 1961.
Walter O'Malley, owner of the
Los Angeles Dodgers and chair-
man of the National League ex-
pansion committee, said that "We
immediately will recommend ex-
pansion and that we would like to
do it by 1961."
President Branch Rickey of the
Continental withdrew his group's
immediate bid for recognition as
a third major baseball league by
agreeing to a plan enabling the
American and National Leagues to
select four clubs from the Con-
tinental's potential territory.
Perini Fosters Action
This move was taken on the
basis that a third league could
become a reality after taking a
good look at the overall picture
during a reasonable number of
years.
The suggested move was made
by Lou Perini, owner of the Mil-
waukee Braves and member of the
National's expansion committee.
Adoption of the move was unan-
imous by the American and Na-
tional League committees and rep-
resentatives of the Continental
League.
In effect, it 'was the end of the
Continental League. Rickey, asked
if the move did mean the end of

Baltimore's 6-2 decision over Chi-,
cago, gave the Yankees a full game
lead over the White Sox.
The Yankees had to come from7
behind to win the nightcap. Trail-
ing 2-0, they got a break when
Jim Bunning, who had permitted]
only two hits and fanned 11]
through eight innings, was forced
to retire when his arm tightened
after he walked leadoff hitter
Bobby Richardson in the ninth.
Bill Fischer took over and got
Mickey Mantle to hit into a force
play but Roger Maris slammed a
0-1 pitch into the lower right
field stands for a home run, tying
the score. It was Maris' first homer
since July 20.I
Cerv's game - winning homer
came in the 10th. He was the first
batter to face right-hander Bob
Bruce, Detroit's third pitcher. C
Duke Maas, who relieved starter
Whitey Ford in the ninth, and im-
mediately threw a home run pitch
to pinch hitter Norm Cash for the
Tigers' second run, was credited
with the victory. He pitched him-
self out of a jam in the top ofj
the 10th when he got Rocky Cola-
vito to ground out with runners
on first and second.
Bunning, the Tigers' hard luck
right-hander, pitched brilliantly.
He retired 13 straight batters until
the ninth after Tony Kubek
doubled with two out in the fourth
and Kent Hadley followed with
an infield single.
Ford matched Bunning's shut-
out pitching until the eighth when
the Tigers scored an unearned
run. It was the first run Detroit
scored for Bunning in 21 innings.
Coot Veal opened the eighth
with a single. Bunning bunted and
when Richardson threw wild try-
ing for a force play at second,
Veal went to third. He scored on
Ossie Virgul's sacrifice fly.
Blanchard's game - winning hit
la jor League
Standings

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WHITEY FORD
... fades after eight

was his third of the afternoon'
contest. The Yankees, held hitless
from the seventh until Gil Mc-
Dougald's two-out single in the
14th, promptly loaded the bases
when Clem Labine purposely
passed Tony Kubek after a missed
pickoff attempt at first and Yogi
Berra beat out an infield single.
Blanchard then singled just out
of Veal's reach to pin the second
defeat upon the winless Labine.

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the Continental League, answered
"obviously.:
'All for the Good'
The 79-year-old former execu-
tive of several National Leagues
clubs said "it was all for the
good of baseball."
O'Malley, meanwhile, said
"There has been no discussions as
to which clubs to select, or have
we made any qualifications. Nei-
ther have there been any arrange-
ments made with the National
Association of Baseball (minor
leagues) ."
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AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDINGS
Including All Gaines of Tues., Aug. 2
W L Pct. GB
New York ......56 39 .589
Chicago ........57 42 .582 1
Baltimore ,.... , . 56 45 .554 3i/
Cleveland .....49 46 .516 7
Washington ....47 49 .490 10
Detroit......44 52 .458 12%
Boston .........39 57 .406 18
Kansas City ....38 56 .404 18
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
Including All Games of Tues., Aug. 2

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Pittsburgh .....58
Milwaukee. 54
St. Louis ......54
Los Angeles ....52
San Francisco ..50
Cincinnati.....42
Philadelphia .. .40
Chicago .......36

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39 .598
41 .568 3
44 .551 4
43 .547 5
45 .526 7
55 .433 15%
59 .404 19
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