SUN1DAY, J ti3E29, 1947
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Major League Roundup
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB!
New York 39 25 .609 - Brooklyn 36 27 .571 -
Boston 34 27 .557 3/2 Boston 35 27 .565 2
Cleveland 28 27 .507 61/2 New York 33 26 .559 1
Philadelphia 31 31 .500 7 Chicago 33 31 .516 3%
Detroit 30 30 .500 7 St. Louis 32 31 .508 4
Washington 28 31 .479 8% Cincinnati 31 34 .477 6
Chicago 30 35 .460 91/ Philadelphia 27 37 .422 91/
St. Louis 23 37 .385 14 Pittsburgh 24 38 .387 1112
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 6, 'St. Louis 3 St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 7
New York 5, Phila., 2 New York 14, Phila., 6
Cleveland 3, Chicago 2 Boston 5, Brooklyn 4
Boston 8, Washington, 0 Chicago 6, 6; Pittsburgh 2, 5
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Big 9 Track
Gordien Nips Fonville1
In Shot Put, Discus
BERKELEY, Calif., June 28-
(P)-Paced by Herb McKenley's
world - record bettering quarter
mile dash and contributing other
performances, Big Nine athletes
scored a smash 941/2 to 3712 vic-
tory over Pacific Coast conference
rivals here today, in their all-star
track and field meet.
McKenley, husky Jamaica flash
from Illinois, dashed to an easy
win in the 440-yard event in the
time of 46.3 seconds, bettering the
accepted world mark of 46.4.
Chuck Fonville, one of four
Michigan entries, finished second
in both the shot put and discus-
throwing events. Fortune Gordien,
of Minnesota, edged past Fonville
on both occasions. The Gopher ace
hurled the iron ball 53 feet 9%4
inches as compared with Fon-
ville's heave of 53 feet 6/8 inches
and then Gordien hurled the disc
172 feet 8 inches more than 23
feet further than Fonville's effort.
Barclay, . .
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tonian from West Virginia and the
stocky Michigan junior from
Rockford, Ill., were all even at the
end of nine. Campbell went ahead
on the 10th but they were even
again on the 12th when Dave
dropped in °a 15-foot putt and it
stayed that wayhuntil the 18th
green. Then the long-awaited
break came. While Barclay was
getting his birdie, Campbell three-
putted from 40 feet and the match
Barclay started off his match
with Stafford, runner - up to
"Smiley" Quick in last year's Na-
tional Public Links. tourney, as if
he were going to be run off the
course. He had a bogey seven on
the first hole, but evened things
up on the third. He was one up
when Stafford begeyed the sixth,
and two up at the turn.
When the tall Oregonian won
the next three holes, it looked like
the end for Barclay, but he strok-
ed his iron shots as if he had a
straight edge, and tied it up again
on the 16th. Then came the 17th
and the dramatic 25-foot putt for
a birdie three, an enthusiastic hug
from Coach Bert Katzenmeyer,
and Barclay was in the finals.
JULY 3 DEADLINE:
intramural Tee Party
Set for Next Week-end
The long and tricky University arranged team tournaments in
golf course, scene of today's NCAA softball, basketball, and volleyball
individual finals, will be put to for the summer. Managers of'
further competitive use next these squads must present their
week-end when the summer m- line-ups at the main office of the
tramural links tournament gets Sports Building by 5 p.m. tomor-
underway here. row.
The deadline for all entrants,;ow
who will engage in 18 holes of Todr w iswalsothe 4adline
medal play, has been extended t for all men who would like to par-
July 3. This announcement was ticipate in the tennis tourney.
made yesterday by Newt Loken,
recently-appointed varsity gym: 'a Ct
nastics coach who will direct in e
tramural golf this summer.
Eligibility Cards Needed i orS r s
All prospective participants Seres
must fill out pink eligibility cards KALAMAZOO, Mich., June 28--
which may be obtained at the !zp,
Sports Building or at the club -California's batting power
house of the University course.j again proved too much for Yale.'
Following next week-end's med- today and the Golden Bears won,
al play, a match play tourney ex- college baseball's first "World
tending three weeks will be staged. Series" in two straight games by
Contestants will be paired defeating the Elis, 8-7. California
match elimination play on the
basis of their comparative scores won yesterday, 17-4.
in medal play, Loken declared. Off to a 7-2 lead today in the
Further Competition first four innings, the Bears and
The deadline for all men wish- a crowd of 3,000 spectators saw
ing to engage in summer handball most of that margin wiped out in
and paddleball individual compe- one big inning.
tition has* also been extended to
July 3. Here, too, eligibility cards
must be filled out by all entrants.
The Intramural Departm ent has
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Three University of Michigan ten-
nis players were eliminated from
the 46th annual tri-state tennis
tournament after their losses in
today's semi-final rounds here.
Bill Mikulich, Wolverine net
captain, lost to George Pero, of
Miami, Fla., 6-4, 6-3, and 6-4.
The Michigan doubles team of
Andy Paton and .Fred Otto fell to
the mightier combination of Billy
Talbert of New York and Morey
Lewis of Birmingham, Ala., 6-2
Championship finals in men's
and women's singles and men's
doubles will be reeled off today.
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