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THURSDAY, APIL 18, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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First Place A's Outlast Tigers, 5-4;
Lopez, Simpson Smash Home Runs
KANSAS CITY () -- Reliefer
Wally Burnette shut out Detroit ed the rally and was never in se-
for five and a third innings while Withbtherefter
his Kansas City teammates came With the score tied, Kansas City

RUBEN GOMEZ PEE WEE REESE
sees action today . .. cops a trophy

CURT SIMMONS
... .starts for Phils

Major Leagues Feature
Second Openers Today

from behind and nosed out the'
Tigers 5-4 yesterday, sweeping the
two-game season opening series.
With all other American League
teams idle, the victory gave last
year's cellar-dwelling A's undis-
puted possession of first place for
at least one day.
Uses Four Pitchers
Freshman manager Jack Tighe
used four pitchers in a vain effort
to choke off the hard-hitting Kan-
sas City club and earn his first
major league victory. But the Ath-
letics got to two of them for 10
hits, including home runs by Hec-
tor Lopez and Harry Simpson and
[a triple by Bob Cerv. That was
enough to win.
Former Tiger Ned Garver, who
came to Kansas City in a Decem-
ber trade, was wild at the start
and spotted Detroit three runs in
the first inning on a hit batsman,
two walks and a base-clearing
double-byRayBoone.
Shell Starter
The A's picked up two runs and
shelled Detroit's starter, Jim Bun-
ning, from the hill in the first,r
then went ahead in the third on
Lopez' and Simpson's homers off
reliefer Duke Maas who absorbed
the defeat.
Garver again got into trouble in
the fourth and was lifted for Bur-
nette who gave up only two hits for
the remainder of the game. He
fanned two and gave up three
walks in earning the victory.
Garver allow only four hits, but
walked three men and hit Jim
Finigan's shirt. He struck out two.
Boone Singles
In the fourth, the veteran, who
is attempting a comeback after
being out nearly all of last season
with arm trouble, gave Boone a
lead-off single; then, with two out,
Maas singled, scoring Boone, and
Garver was jerked. Burnette end-

came back in its half of the fourth
to score the winning run. With two
men out, Cerv bounced a triple off
the right field fence and scored on
shortstop Joe DeMaestri's single to
left.
Musial Hurt,
Long Streak
Endangered
ST. LOUIS (AP)-Stan The Man
Musian, just 47 games from the
National League consecutive game
record, has a muscle injury in his
back and may miss the St. Louis
Cardinals' home opener with the
Chicago Cubs tonight.
The 36-yr.-old Musial suffered
the injury during his big 4-for-4
hitting day in the opening victory
at Cincinnati.
Yesterday's game with the Red-
legs was rained out, giving Musial
a break.
Trainer Doubtful
"If we had played," trainer Bob
Bauman said, "I don't think Stan
would have been able to go."
Bauman said whirlpool and ul-
tra-sonic treatments helped some-
what, but added "the way it look-
ed, I'd say he's doubtful.
"Still, knowing the man and his
intense, desire to play, I reserve
judgment"
Forty-Seven from Record
With 775 straight games behind
him, Stan is closing in on Gur
Suhr's league record of 822.
Manager Fred Hutchinson didn't
learn of the injury until after the
game and Musial just shrugged;
his shoulders when Hutch asked
him why he hadn't been informed
before.

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The Brooklyn Dodgers and New
York Giants may be opening the
season for the last time at Eb-
bets Field and the Polo Grounds
when the major leagues hold their
"second openers" today before
crowds estimated to total 200,000
fans.
Actually, one of the eight games
on today's schedule shouldn't be
classified as an opener. Washing-
ton, which stole a march on the
field with a special presidential
opener Monday, starts its regular
A night schedule at Griffith Stadi-
um against Baltimore.
Brooks Come Home
With all the early spring con-
versation about moving Dodgers
to Los Angeles still echoing
around the league, the Brooks
come home to play Pittsburgh.
Despite the 12-inning victory
over Philadelphia on Gino Cimo-
li's home run Tuesday night, only
15,000 are expected to see the
Dodgers' Sal Maglie (13-5) face
Luis Arroyo (3-3) or Vern Law
(8-16) of the confident Pirates.
The Dodgers have still another
opener next Monday when they
play the Phils at Jersey City.
Don Zimmer's two hits against
the Phillies helped the Dodgers
->. forget the absence of the injured
Pee Wee Reese. Reese will be out
for several more days although he
will be on hand at Ebbets Field
to accept the Lou Gehrig Memor-
ial Plaque from the Phi Delta
Theta fraternity.
Don Newcombe will accept the

1956 most valuable player award
from Warren Giles, National
League president, and the Cy
Young Award as top pitcher of
both majors from Dan Daniel,
president of the Baseball Writers
Assn. Giles also will give souve-
nirs to the Dodgers, commemo-
rating their pennant victory in
1956.
The Giants, thumped by Pitts-
burgh in their first game and
washed out of a second, face the
Phillies at the Polo Grounds
where 15,000 are expected.
Ruben Gomez (7-17), who was
to have worked yesterday, will op-
pose Curt Simmons (15-10), who
had a fine spring for the Phils.
Ted Williams and the Boston
Red Sox bring the New York Yan-
kees home with them for a gala
opener at Fenway Park where
30,000 are due to watch Frank
Sullivan (14-7) try to top the
Yanks' Johnny Kucks (18-9).
Hoeft vs. Lemon
Billy Hoeft (20-14), the left side
of Detroit's two-ace pitching staff,
vill do the honors for the Tigers
at Briggs Stadium against Cleve-
land's Bob Lemon (20-14). A
crowd of about 47,000 is expected.
Al Lopez makes his bow as new
manager of the White Sox at Chi-
cago's Comiskey Park with south-
2aw Jack Harshman (15-11f op-
posing Alex Kellner (7-4) Kansas
City's 32-yr.-old lefthander. The
probable attendance is 25,000 paid.
When Baltimore plays at Wash-
ington tonight, it is expected that
Ray Moore (12-7) will face Ted
te Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Abernathy (1-3), up for another
chance with the Senators after
winning 12 at Louisville.
More than 40,000 fans will
watch Lew Burdette (19-10) of
the Braves face Hal Jeffcoat (8-2)
of the Cincinnati Redlegs, who
are supposed to fight it out for the
National League pennant with
Milwaukee and Brooklyn. The
game has been sold out for weeks.
The St. Louis Cardinals, fresh
from a 17-hit party at Cincinnati,
open at night against Chicago
with 40-year-old Murry Dickson
(13-11) opposing 21-year-old Moe
Drabowsky (2-4) who was impres-
sive last summer as a youngster
fresh off the campus at Trinity
College. About 20,000 are expected
at Busch Stadium.
Webb Takes
Ring Decision
CHICAGO (MP) - Spider Webb,
who zoomed to a 7-1 ringside fav-
orite in a quick shift of odds, last
night had his hands full in taking
a uanimous 10-round decision over
left-hooking Randy Sandy in a
savage brawl that left both fighters
dripping blood.
The Chicago stadium gathering!
of about 1,500 fans booed the de-
cision after the surprising Sandy
gave Webb, third ranking middle-
weight, ( one of his best scraps
in the televised show.

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St. Louis vs. Cincinnati, post-
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Only games scheduled.

Yesterday's Games
Kansas City 5, Detroit 4
Only game scheduled.

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TIGERS ON TV TODAY
For the first time in Detroit
Tiger history the home opener
will be televised on WJBK,
channel 2, at 2 p.m. EST.

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