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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1966

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WIMBLEDON TENNIS:

Santana, Drysdale Reach Semis

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) -
Manuel Santana, Spain's darling
of the Wimbledon tennis aficio-
nados, and the handsome South
African Cliff Drysdale reached
the semifinals' of the Wimbledon
men's singles yesterday and braced
themselves to break the 11-year
hold Americans and Australians
have had on the world's premier
tennis title.
Santana, the reigning U.S.
champion and seeded fourth here,
used his racket like a flashing
matador's sword to defeat Ken
Fletcher, the happy-go-lucky Aus-
tralian in a thriller that turned
out to be the best singles played
here this year.
Drysdale Upsets Roche
Drysdale, seeded seventh and a
losing semifinalist last year, was
the surprise 9-7, 6-2, 6-2 winner
over Tony Roche, the left-handed
Australian who had won the
French and Italian titles earlier
this year.
In the semifinals today, San-
tana plays Owen Davidson, the
unseeded Australian who beat Roy
Emerson Monday after the cham-
pion hurt his shoulder in a fall,
while Drysdale plays Dennis Ral-
ston of Bakersfield, Calif., the
sixth seed and thenother losing
semifinalist last year.
The women's bracket turned out
exactly as the seeding committee
predicted it would. The first four
seeds all got through their quar-
ter-final round tests - three of
them with ease.
Margaret Smith of Australia,
defending champion, and Maria
Bueno, the second seed, whom she
beat in last year's final, both
strode through their matches with

regal ease. Miss Smith defeated
22-year-old Trudy Groenman, first
Dutch girl to reach the last eight
in 39 years, 6-0, 6-4 while the
Brazilian disposed of Francoise
Durr, the seventh seeded French
girl, almost as easily 6-4, 6-3.
Mrs. Ann Haydon Jones of Bri-
tain, seeded third by virtue of her
winning this year's French and
Italian championships, dropped a
set to fifth seeded Nancy Richey
of Dallas, Tex., but eventually
won in commanding fashion 4-6,
6-1, 6-1.
Mrs. King Has Trouble
The fourth seed, ebullient little
Billie Jean King of Long Beach,
Calif., nearly c a m e unstuck
against Annette Van Zyl, the tall

South African girl, but won 1-6,
6-2, 6-4.
In the semifinals tomorrow,
Margaret Smith will play Mrs.
King and Maria Bueno will play
Mrs. Jones. After his defeat Mon-
day, Emerson predicted that the
1966 title would go to Santana.
If it does, the sunny Spaniard
will be the first European to win
it since Jaroslav Drobny did it
back in 1954. Since then, the
men's crown has been worn by
either Americans or Australians.
Santana an Artist
Santana, a firm favorite with
the Wimbledon crowd, plays the
typical European game of artistry
allied to delicacy rather than the
power game the Australians and

Americans have made their own.
He needed all his artistry Tues-
day in the two hours 15 minutes
the match see-sawed as the pack-
ed center court gasped and
cheered.
In the battle between the
Spaniard's spin, slice and sub-
tlety and Fletcher's power, San-
tana kept his nerve and it was
eventually the Australian, who
now lives in Hong Kong, who
cracked in the tense atmosphere
of the final set.
By contrast, the Roche-Drys-
dale quarter-final was an anti-
climax, Roche, seeded No, 2 here,
had been expected to meet Emer-
son in the final, but yesterday he
folded after starting well.

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McAULIFFE, ROBINSON REPEAT:
All-Star Infielders Selected

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Third baseman
Brooks Robinson of the Balti-
more Orioles, the top vote getter
with 257, and shortstop Dick Mc-
Auliffe of the Detroit Tigers were
the only repeaters on the two
starting infields named for the
July 12 All-Star baseball game at
St. Louis.
Robinson and McAuliffe were
joined by rookie first baseman
George Scott of the Boston Red
Sox and second baseman Bobby
Knoop of the California Angels on
the American League infield. Rob-
inson got all but two votes of
those eligible to pick him.

Willie McCovey, first baseman
of the San Francisco Giants, ledi
the National League voting with
214. Joe Morgan, Houston second
baseman, and Ron Santo, Chi-
cago Cubs' third baseman, both
were picked to the team although
they were injured over the week-
end. Leo Cardenas, Cincinnati
shortstop, was the fourth mem-
ber of the National League in-
field.
Morgan suffered a broken right
knee cap in batting practice be-
fore Saturday's game and will be
out of action for at least three
weeks. Santo received a fractured
cheek bone when hit by a pitched

ball in Sunday's
New York Mets
surgery Monday.

game with the
and underwent

Alston To Pick Subs
Presumably, substitution will be
made if they are unable to play.
It will be up to Manager Walter
Alston to ask. Sam Mele of Min-
nesota is the American League
manager.
Starters were selected by the
vote of players, managers and
coaches in each league. Nobody
was permitted to vote for a player
on his own team.
The closest contest was between
Knoop and Bobby Richardson for
second base in the American
League. Robinson won in a land-
slide and both Scott and McAu-
liffe had comfortable margins.
Santo Edges Hart
Santo beat Jim Ray Hart ofa
San Francisco 151-125 in the
third base competition in the Na-
tional League, the closest contest.
McCovey was a lopsided winnerI
over Bill White of Philadelphia,
Cardenas had a solid edge on
Maury Wills of Los Angeles and
Morgan beat out Jim Lefebvre of
the Dodgers 144-94.

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
A's Break Orioles' String, 4-3

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By The Associated Press.
KANSAS CITY-Bert Campan-
eris touched off two ralies with
leadoff singles and scored two runs
as Kansas City defeated Balti-
more 4-3 last night.
It was the fifth victory in the
last six starts for the Athletics and
it ended a three-game Oriole win-;
ning streak.#
Chuck Dobson, Ken Sanders1
and Jack Aker combined to limit
the league leading Orioles tosix
hits, one of them Andy Etchebar-
ren's ninth home run.
Campaneris singled leading off
the firstmagainst Jim Palmer and
rode home on Jim Gosger's dou-
ble. Danny Cater's two-out double
delivered Gosger.
After Etchbarren's homer had
cut the A's lead in half, singles by
Campaneris and Gosger and Mike
Hershberger's sacrifice fly gave
the A's another run in the fifth.
A two-out double by Phil Roof and
Sanders' single made it 4-1 in the
sixth.
Second Term
I-M Program
Begins Today
The intramural program for the
summer half term begins tonight
with the first of the weekly co-
recreation nights.
Every Wednesday night until the
end of the term the Sports Build-
ing will be open to both men and
women students and faculty from
7:30 to 9:30. Facilities are avail-
able for participation in swim-
ming, g y m n a s t i c s, paddleball,
squash, volleyball and badminton.
Students and faculty may bring
their families for the first hour of
co-rec each Wednesday.
Open Swimming
There will be open swimming
for male students and faculty
Monday through Friday from 4
to 6 p.m. and for faculty from 12
to 1:15 p.m.
Entries are now being accepted
for softball and basketball teams,
and individual entries are wanted
for paddleball, handball and ten-
nis. Play begins next Tuesday in
the softball program.
The building will be open Mon-
day through Friday from 8 a.m. to
7 p.m. and will not be open Sat-
urday or Sunday during the sum-
mer.

B~unning Jilasks Mets
NEW YORK-Bill White's sev-
enth inning home run broke up a
scoreless battle and gave Jim
Bunning and the Philadelphia
Phillies a 1-0 victory over Bob
Friend and the New York Mets in
a duel of two-hitters last night.
White's 12th homer of the sea-
son sailed over the right center
field wall with two out in the
seventh, and Bunning protected
the margin for his ninth victory
of the season against four losses.
Bunning, who pitched a perfect
game against the Mets in New
York two years ago, struck out
eight, including four in a row at
one stretch. He retired 12 of the
last 13 batters he faced.
Giants Win Again
ST. LOUIS-Bob Bolin pitched
hitless ball until Orlando Cepeda
singled with one out in the sev-
enth inning and wound up with a
two-hitter as the San Francisco
Giants whipped St. Louis 7-1 last
night.
Bolin, who evened his record at
5-5, was backed by a 13-hit at-
tack that included Willie Mays'
523rd homer.
Mays socked a two-run homer in
the eighth inning, his 18th of the
season.

The Giants, retaining their
four-game National League lead
over second - place Pittsburgh,
jumped on starter Tracy Stallard
for two runs in the third inning.
Jesus Alou and Tom Haller sin-
gled and scored on singles by
Willie McCovey and Hart.
Reds Dump Dodgers
CINCINNATI - Sammy Ellis'
scattered five hits as the surging
Cincinnati Reds downed Los An-
geles 3-1 last night for their 10th
victory in the last 11 games.
Tommy Harper led the Reds'
attack with a homer and two sin-
gles as Ellis won his third straight
and fifth in 16 decisions this yeair.
The Dodgers scored in the first
inning when Maury Wills led off
with a single, stole second and
scored on Willie Davis' sacrifice
fly after advancing on a fielder's
choice.
Harper scored the tying run in
the Reds' half of the inning. He
led off with a single off Claude,
Osteen, advanced on Vada Pin-
son's walkdand crossed the plate
when Tony Perez smashed a dou-
ble to right center. Pinson scored
on Deron Johnson's sacrifice fly.
Harper's lead-off home run in
the seventh gave the Reds their
final run.

Major League
Standings

FROM ALBINONI to
ZELENKA
FROM BACH to VARESE
FROM JOSQU I N DES PRES
to JOHN GAGE

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44 26 .6'28
41 29 .586
38 35 .521
35 36 .493
:2 38 .457
A1 38 .441
31 40 .437
31? 43 .419
26 46 .361

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YESTERAYS RESU.S
Minn neot a 4, Cleveland 0
Kansas City 4,"Baltimore 3
Washington 4, Chip ago I
Boston 5, New York 3
Detroit 15, California 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at California (n)
Baltimore at Kansas City (n)
Cleveland at Minnesota (n)
Washington at Chicago (n)
New York at Boston (n)
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Los Angeles
Houston
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Atlanta
New York
Chicago

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40 32
39 34
38 34
36 35
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 7, St. Louis I
Cincinnati 8, Los Angeles I
Pittsburgh 4, Houston 3
Philadelphia 1, New York 0
Atlanta 4, Chicago 2
TODAY'S GAMES
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San Francisco at St. Louis
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