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SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1943


American, National League AllaStars Battle Tuesday



Tigers Lose As Yanks Win Twice

'Local' Boy Makes Good

Senior Circuit Favored
In AnnualDiamond Tilt

DETROIT, July 10.- (P)- The hits to sweep a doubleheader from
cellar dwelling Philadelphia Athlet-
ics cooled off the Detroit Tigers to- the Whi0te Sox, 9 to 2, and 8 to 3, be-
day, ending a four-game Detroit hnhemeffechapcWnglofEn
a Bonham and Charley Wensloff.

winning streak, 6 to 1, on Luman'
Harris' three-hit pitching. The Ti-
gers, however, maintained their grip
on the American League's second
Harris, a chunky right-hander,
gained his fifth successive victory byt
stopping the Detroit batting attack
almost cold. He gave Don Ross a
single and Ned Harris (no relation)
a double and a single, and Detroit's
lone run in the fifth was unearned.
~Nats Whitewash Indians
CLEVELAND, July 10.- (P)--Ear-
ly Wynn's four-hit pitching was too
much for the Indians today and they
dropped a 4-0 decision to Washing-
ton after their Manager Lou Bou-
dreau suffered an injury which may
make him miss the All-Star game at
Philadelphia next Tuesday.
Washington ..002 000 002-4 10 1
Cleveland . . . .000 000 000- O 4 41
Wynn and Early; Kennedy and

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IRed Sox Conquer Birowns
ST. LOUIS, July 10.-- .IP)--- The
St. Louis Browns' defense fell apart
in the tenth inning today and the
Boston Red Sox scampered in with
three unearned runs to win, 6 to 3.
Dodgers Strike, Then Win
BROOKLYN, July 10.- (A) -Af ter
a strike of less than an hour, in pro-
test against the indefinite suspen-
sion of pitcher Bobo Newsom, the
Dodgers took the field ten minutes
late against Pittsburgh today and
pounded out 20 hits to swamp the
Pirates, 23 to G.
Cardinals Blanhk Braves
BOSTON, July 10.- (I)- Lefty
Howard Pollet won his eighth gameI
and his third shutout in a row today
as the St. Louis Cardinals took the1
Boston Braves, 6 to 0.
As Pollet chalked up his 30th con-
secutive inning without allowing an!
earned run-he has pitched five'

shutouts this season - -word came
from St. Louis that he must report
at the Basic Air Force School in
Miami, Fla., next Thursday.
St. Louis .....30% 100 000-6 11 0
Boston .......000 000 000-0 4 0
Pollet and W. Cooper; Tobin, Mac-
Fayden and Masi.
Reds Down Phils, 6-2
PHILADELPHIA, July 10.- (P)-
Elmer Riddle, star of Cincinnati's
pitching staff, won his 1 th game of
the season against four losses as the
Reds defeated the Phillies, 6 -to 2,
Cincinnati . . 000 006 000-6 6 0
Philadelphia . .000 000 002-2 8 3"
Riddle and Mueller; Conger,
Mathewson and Livingston.
Giants, Cubs Split Two
NEW YORK, July 10.--- (A)- The
Giants pounded Big Bill Lee for nine
runs in the first three innings in the
second game of a doubleheader to-
day and went on to beat the Chicago
Cubs, 9 to 2, behind Rube Fischer's
five-hit pitching for a split of the
twin bill. The Cubs took the opener,
10 to 4.


Dick Wakefield (left), Detroit Tiger rookie outfielder and former
University of Michigan player, is congratulated by Tiger Manager Steve
O'Neil (center) and First Baseman Rudy York (right), who is also an
all-star team member, after Wakefield heard the news in Detroit that
he was named to the American League all-star squad for the game
July 13 in Philadelphia. Wakefield is a substitute for Charley Keller,
of the New York Yankees, who was injured.,
Haegg Smashes T'wo-M ie
Mark; Dodds Distant Second

Yanks Trim Chisox Twice!
CHICAGO, July 10.-- (A')- The
New York Yankees pounded out 24

Chandler and M. Cooper Probable Starting
Hurlers for Eleventh Classic atPhiladelphia
PHILADELPHIA, July 10.- (AP)- ging rookie and Elburt (Elbie) Flet-
The Major Leagues will set up .their cher of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
All-Star scenery at Shibe Park Tues- With righthanders likely to start
day night for baseball's 11th annual on the mound for both clubs, the
dream game and although the war lineups for this year's game prob-
has removed some of the brightest ably will be:
stars from the backdrop, it scarcely NATIONAL LEAGUE
has dimmed the glamor of the game. Player, Club Bats Pos.
A capacity crowd of,33,000 is ex- Dafilgren, Phillies ...,..Right 1B
pected to see the spectacle in its first Herman, Dodgers . , ..Right 2B
presentation in Philadelphia and Marion, Cards ... , . ... Right' SS
first showing at night and the red- Lack, Cubs .. . ....... Left 3B
hot Philly fans may be treated to Musial, Cards . . ........ Left OF
another first-the first victory for ,Galan, Dodgers ........ Both OF
the National League when the Amer- Ott, Giants .. ........... Left oF
ican League has been the home team. W. Cooper, Cards ...... Right C
National League Favored AMERICAN LEAGUE
Having thrown off the yoke of the Player, Club Bats Pos.
American League in the last world Gbrt, Aes .. gL t lB
series, the senior circuit now appears Gordon, Yankees ....Right 2B
to have the best chance of success in Stephens, Browns ,,,,.. Right SS
the All-Star affair since the team eltner, Indianse.....Right 3B
piloted by Bill McKechnie smothered Wakefield, Tigers ....,Left OF
the American League 4 to 0 at St. Case, Senators ...,,Left OF
Louis in 1940. Reath, Indians ,......:. Left OF
or one thing. the World ickey, Yankees or
For one thing it will be the WorldEarly, Senators ........ Left C
Champion Cardinals against- the This year the National League
American League this year instead of which long has claimed pitching su
the familiar pattern of the World periority over the junior circuit, ha
Champion Yankees against the Na- an acknowledged advantage in hit
tional League. ting.
Billy Southworth will be managing Among the infielders and outfield
the senior circuit squad and assur- ers the National League has six met
edly will start Mort Cooper, the St. batting above .300 while the Ameri
Louis ace, on the mound.In addi- can League has but two, Vernon Ste.
tion, at least three of the seven other pesadWkfed
Cardinals named to the National What pitchers will follow Coope
League squad probably will be in the and Chandler may depend on th
opening lineup progress of the game. Each mana
Dickey May Not Play ger has a choice of three southpaw
Joe McCarthy, bossing the Ameri-. -Max Lanier and Howard Pollet .o
can League representatives again, St. Louis and John Vander Meer, o
likely will choose Spurgeon (Spud) Cincinnati for the National Leagu(
Chandler to lead off the pitching. and Oscar Judd of Boston, Al Smit]
But the Yankees, who this year have of Cleveland and Hal Newhouser o
only five men in the game, may have Detroit for the American.
only one other starter-Joe Gordon.
Bill Dickey of the Yankees also is
the logical catcher, but he has been r
injured for more than a month and L A tNLF 4E D
may not be available. If his with--
drawal is necessary it will remove I R Ei OT I F1M
from the cast the only remaining
member of the squads selected for
the original All-Star game at Chi-
cago in 1933.
Charley Keller of the Yankees and CLASSIFIED
Frank McCormick of the Cincinnati
Reds already have had to yield their RATES
places in the game because of injur-
ies and have been replaced by Dick Non-Contract
Wakefield, the Detroit Tigers' slug- ,,A -I - : . . -


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Starts Today.

You 1 Never Forget It'.

LOS ANGELES, July 10.- (kP)-
Gundar Haegg won the two-mile run
today at 8 minutes, 53.9 seconds, and
lowered the time for the official
world record of 8:56 held by Miklos
Szabo of Hungary and set at Buda-
pest in 1937.
The long-striding Haegg's time was,
about six seconds slower than his
own unofficial world mark, which
he made in his native land last year,
8 minutes, 47.8 seconds.
Gil Dodds, stocky and bespectacled
Boston divinity student who fur-
nished the main competition for the
24-year-old Swede, led for the first
three laps, but Haegg caught him at
the start of the fourth lap and fin-
ished about 125 yards in the van.
Gundar the Wonder seemed to like
the clay track in the big Los Angeles
Memorial Coliseum. He went the
first lap in 65 seconds, was 2:11.1 at
the close of the second; 3:19.2 at the

thiil; 4:27 at the fourth; 5:32.4 at
the fifth; and waved his arm at the
7,500 cheering him as he came breez-
ing down the stretch.
The American record for the two-
mile was set by Don Lash of Indiana
at Princeton, N.J., in 1936. It was 8
minutes, 58.3 seconds.
Haegg's performance today also
lowered the mark for the Los Angeles
track, 9 minutes, 1.8 seconds, made
in 1940 by Walter Mehl.
Another American record was bet-
tered today as Cliff Bourland, Uni-
versity of Southern California, track
captain, ran the 500-yard dash in
56.1 seconds, beating the former time
of M. W. Sheppard, set back in 1910
at Celtic Park, N.Y., at 57.6 seconds.
Cornelius Warmerdam, world rec-
ord holder in the pole vault, was un-
able to make plane connections in
San Francisco, so this event had to
be cancelled.


SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1943
VOL. LIII, No. 11-S
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Professor Preston Slosson will
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p.m. in the Rackham Lecture Hall.
"Interpreting the News" is the title
of his talk.
Professor James K, Pollock will
speak on Wednesday, July 14, at 4:15
p.m, in the Rackham Lecture Hall.
Tphe title of his talk is "The Aims of
the United Nations."
(Continued on Page 4)


New York .......41 30
Detroit .........37 33
Washington .....39 36
Chicago ........35 34
Boston ..........35 37
Cleveland .......34 37
St. Louis..... ..33 37
Philadelphia ..'. .33 43


Saturday's Results
Philadelphia 6, Detroit 1
Boston 6, St. Louis 3 (10 innings)
Washington 4, Cleveland 0
New York 9-8, Chicago 2-3
Sunday's Games
Philadelphia at Detroit (2)
Washington at Cleveland (2)
Boston at St. Louis (2)
New York at Chicago (2)


St. Louis ........46 24
Brooklyn .......46 33
Pittsburgh ......37 34
Cincinnati ......37 37
Philadelphia ....34 40
Boston .........32 38
Chicago ........32 42,
New York.......29 45


Saturday's Results
Brooklyn 23, Pittsburgh 6
St. Louis 6, Boston 0
Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 2
Chicago 10-2, New York 4-9
Sunday's Games
Chicago at New York (2)
St. Louis at Boston (2)
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2)
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2)





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