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SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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A'S

Lead A.

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Race; Red

Sox

Edge

Indians

Twice

Chieago Cup
Race Attracts
Record Entry
CHICAGO, July 24-(IP)-Weak
winds and a record entry list to-;
day held the Forty-First Annual
Chicago - to - Mackinac Island
Yacht Race to a slow start.
The starting cannon sounded
promptly at 1 p.m. EST., and 11
Class D cruising racers shoved off
from the Monroe Street Harbor
for the grueling 330-mile haul up
Lake Michigan to Mackinac Is-
land. Fifty-one other craft in va-
rious division followed at 15 min-
ute intervals.
y 62 Crafts Entered
The list of 62 entries was the
largest ever to participate in the
event, the world's longest fresh-
water marathon. The Armada,
strung out over miles, was ac-
companied by the U. S. Coast
Guard ice-breaker Mackinaw and
the Cutter Frederick Lee.
The racers unfurled their sails
into what the Weather Bureau
said were "very light and variable
winds." The forecast was for a
continuance of weak winds tonight
becoming southerly to southwest-
erly, 3 to 6 miles an hour. The
winds were expected to increase to
10 miles by noon Sunday and to 16
Y by Sunday afternoon.
Parker, Talbert
To Meet in Finals
PELHAM MANOR, N.Y., July 24
--(P)-F-rankie Parker of Los An-
geles and Billy Talbert of New
York, reached the final round of
the Men's Eastern Clay Court
Championships today.
Top-seeded Parker turned back
Eddie Moylan of San Francisco
with ease, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4.
Talbert, seeded second, downed
Jack Tuero of New Orleans, 6-3,
6-1, 2-6, 6-4, in the semi-final
matches. Parker will meet Talbert
in the finals tomorrow.
*ooflo~

Major League
Standings
Yesterday's Results
Boston 6-2,Cleveland 5-1
New York 6-4, Chicago 2-8
Philadelphia 8, Detroit 6
St. Louis 13, Washington 2
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Philadelphia.
Boston.......
Cleveland ...
New York ...
Detroit ......
Washington .
St. Louis ....
Chicago.....

W L
55 37
53 36
51 35
50 37
43 44
38 49
31 52
28 59

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Today's Games
Cleveland at Boston-Gromek
(4-1) vs. Dobson (12-6).
Chicago a4 New York (2)-
Grove (2-9) and Gettel (2-6)
or Wight (5-10) vs. Lopat (9-5)
and Raschi (11-4).
Detroit at Philadelphia (2).-
Trucks (9-5) and Hutchinson
(5-6) vs. Coleman (9-7) and
Scheib (7-4).
St. Louis at Washington (2)-
Stephens (2-4) and Sanford (7-
10) vs. Scarborough (7-5) and
Harrist (3-1).
* * *
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 3-0, New York 1-3
Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 5
Boston at St. Louis, night
(Only games scheduled)

Ferentz Wins
Publinx Title
ATLANTA, July 24-(P)-Mike
Ferentz, a bartender from Long
Beach, Calif., won the 23rd Na-
tional Public Links Golf Tourna-
ment today, with a two and one
victory over Ben Hughes of Port-
land, Ore.
Ferentz' victory came princi-
pally on three stymies in the 36
hole finals over the 6,762 yard,
par 71 North Fulton Parkcourse.
The battle in the finals was a
see-saw affair. Ferentz had a
two up lead at the end of nine
holes this morning, but on the
second nine, Hughes pulled from
behind to hold a two up lead at
the half way mark.
Even at 27
This afternoon, they were all
even at 27 holes, but Ferentz took
a one up lead on the 28th. Hughes,
evened the match on the 29th, but
Ferentz went into the lead again
on the 30th. Hughes pulled even
on the 31st, they halved the 32nd,
and then Ferentz led again on the
33rd, with a par four.
Ferentz laid a stymie on the
34th and another on the 35th,
which gained him a half on the
hole and ended the match.
Stymie Fourth in
Monmouth Feature
OCEANPORT, N.J., July 24 -
(/P)-Bayard Sharp's Tide Rips
romped to an easy victory today
in the $25,000-added Monmouth
Park Handicap, as the favored
Stymie again failed and finished
fourth in a field of seven starters
for the mile and one-fourth gal-
lop. -

Two Onue-Run Vcois
/A ( "tel 'ltVi'clitrtes
Keep Boston String A live
By The Associated Press
BOSTON, July 24-Doing everything the hardest possible way,
the rampaging Boston Red Sox caused an American League earth-
quake today by twice: coming from behind to sweep a doubleheader
from the Cleveland Indians, 6-5 and 2-1 today before an enthralled
34,129 crowd.
As a result the Indians, who had been in first place since
June 1, dropped down into

third as the Philadelphia Ath-
letics took over the lead-by the
slim margin of two percentage
points atop the Red Sox, who
now have won their last 11
starts.
While dropping their first twin!
bill of the season, the Indians had
ample reason to place most of the
blame on slugger Ted Williams,
despite the fact they limited him
to tnree hits, including a pair of
doubles, out of eight tries.
In the eighth inning of the
opener, during which the Sock-
ers staged a two-run rally, Wil-
liams singled in Dom DiMaggio
with the "clincher." In the
seventh session of the nightcap,
Ted lashed a two-bagger off the
left-field fence against starter
Sam Zoldak to drive in DiMag-
gio, who had walked, with the
tying run.
That solid blow brought Bob
Feller himself rushing out of the
bull lien and he managed to make
Junior Stephens fly to left.
* * *
PHILADELPHIA, July 24-The
Philadelphia Athletics took over
first place in the tight Americarl
League pennant race today with
an f.-6 victory over the Detroit
Tigers as the Boston Red Sox
dropped the Cleveland Indians
into third place.
A five-run splurge in the eight

inning, featuring pinch hitter Carl
Scheib's single with the bases
loaded, carried the A's to their tri-
umph.
* * *
NEW YORK, July 24 - Tenth
inning singles by Mike Tresh,
pinch hitter Taffy Wright and
Tony Lupien off Joe Page, a base
on balls and two Yankee errors
gave the Chicago White Sox four
runs and an 8-4 victory over New
York in the second game of a
double header today.
* *.
CHICAGO, July 24-Lefty Dave
Koslo handcuffed the Chicago
Cubs with five hits in pitching the
New York Giants to a 3-0 second
game shutout and a split in the
double header today.
A triple by Whitey Lockman,
doubles by Sid Gordon and Wes
Westrum and a Cub error pro-
duced all the Giants' runs in the
fourth inning.
* * *
CINCINNATI, July 24 - The
Philadelphia Phillies beat back
an eighth inning Cincinnati rally
today to defeat the Reds 7-5 be-
fore a crowd of 5,100. Young Curt
Simmons, who was knocked from
the box in the Reds' five-run out-
burst, was credited with the vic-
tory. Johnny Vander Meer was
the loser.

Jersey Light-Heavy
Set for Remnatch
LONDON, July 24 - (/P) --Gus
Lesnevich is a firm 1 to 3 favor-
ite to beat Freddie Mills in their
world light - heavyweight title
bout Monday flight at White City
Stadium, and many expect Gus to
score a knockout.
The prize at stake, provided
Lesnevich wins decisively, is a pos-
sible shot at the heavyweight
championship, possibly against
Joe Louis in September. The fight
crowd gathered in London fully
expects Joe to come out of "re-
tirement" if Lesnevich is the bait.
Second Match
Gus, who has held the 175-
pound title since before the war,
stopped Mills in the tenth round
of their bout here last year.
As usual, the 33-year-old Ameri-
can has had some difficulty mak-
ing the weight. He still has two
more pounds to grind off.
Whatever happens, this could
be Gus' last defense of the 175-
pound title. He has grown into a
natural 180-pounder, and it was
at the latter weight, more or less,
that he knocked out Melio Bettina
and Tami Mauriello.
CHICAGO,. July. 24-(/P) -
Stud Poker, a long shot, upset
the Columet Farm's Fervent, a
6-5 favorite, in the $56,100 Ar-
lington Handicap today. Star
Reward finished second, Fer-
vent third and Pellicle fourth
in a field of nine.

READING, Pa., July 24 - (/) -
Temperamental Freddy Haas, Jr.,
complained about spectators and
threw a bottle at a tree on the
14th hole. but he led the field in
the $15,000 Reading Open today
with a 54 hole 16 under part 200.
Rod Munday, York, (Pa.) Coun-
try Club Pro, lost his magic touch
in the third round and fell from a
first place to a third place dead-
lock with South African Bobby
Locke at 204.
Haas, New Orleans, La. pro,
added a four under par 68 to his
opening round 65-record for the
Berkshire Country Club course-
and his 67 of yesterday. The Pe-
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
(Final Standings)
W. L. Pct.
Tigers .............4 0 1.000
Hardrocks .........4 0 1.000
Greene ............ 3 2 .600
Prescott ...........2 3 .400
Hell Cats ..........1 4 .200
Zeta Beta Tau ......0 5 .000
(Tigers and Hardrocks will
meet for the All - Campus
Championship Monday, July
26th, at 4:20 p.m. The public
is cordially invited.)
oria, Ill. Open Champion and run-
nerup in the New Orleans Open,
scored five birdies. He bogeyed
the 448-yard par four 14th hole.
The 32-year-old pro had gallery
trouble. On the sixth fairway a
spectator stepped on his ball and
Haas, with permission of Johnny
Palmer, Badin, N.C., picked up the
pellet and dropped it over his
shoulder. He scored a par three
on the hole.
After hitting what he termed

"The worst drive I ever hit"
through a tree to the left of the
seventh fairway, Haas complained
about women standing in back of
him. Despite this mental dis-
turbance he again carded a par.
He reached the end of his pa-
tience on the 14th when his tee
shot went astray. A soft drink
bottle crashed against a tree as
Haas showed his displeasure.
Haefner Second
Earlier, Clayton Heafner, burly
southerner from Charlotte, N.C.
fired a six-under-par 66 to, even-
tually windup secqnd with a 202
total winning laurels from Lloyd
Mangrum, Niles, Ill., pro. Hogan
shot a 66 today for a total 205
while Mangrum languished 13
strokes off the pace at 213.
Also bracketed at 205 were Jim-
my Demaret, Ojai, Calif.; Pete
Cooper, Ponte Verde, Fla., and De-
fending Champion E. J. (Dutch)
Harrison, Little Rock, Ark. De-
maret treated his fashion fans to
a pair of yellow trousers, and pea
green shirt and cap.
I-M Sports
SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
Monday, July 26
Fletcher vs. Hell Cats
Hardrocks vs. Goosers
Chemistry vs. Chiefs
Hot Papas vs. Robert Owen Coop
Dodgers vs. Phi Delta Gamma
Anderson vs. Cooley
Greene vs. Tyler
Hayden vs. Strauss
Hinsdale vs. Prescott
Tuesday, July 27
Sigma Chi vs. Alpha Sigma Phi
Anderson vs. Greene
Hayden vs. Hinsdale

Lesnevich To Haas Leads Crack Field in
Battle Mills $5,000 Reading Golf Open

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L
*Boston.......51 35
Brooklyn .... 44 39
*St. Louis .... 44 40
Pittsburgh .. 43 41
New York ... 43 42
Philadelphia 43 46
Cincinnati 39 49
Chicago...... 37 52
*--Plays tonight

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Today's Games
New York at Chicago-Poat
(9-3) vs. Hamner (5-5).
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (2)
-Dubiel and Rowe (6-5) vs.
Blackwell (6-7) and Rossens-
berger (6-3).
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (2)-
Branca (12-6) and Barney (6-
5) vs. Chesnes (5-2) and Bon-
ham (3-6).
Boston at St. Louis-(2) -
Spahn (8-7) and Bickford (6-
2) vs. Brecheen (10-4) and Mun-
ger (4-7) or Staley (3-4).
LONDON, July 24-(AP)-In-
juries sidelined a bicyclist and
a wrestler on the U.S. Olympic
Squad today and a hammer
thrower had a narrow escape in
a training accident.

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FULL SIZE boys' bike. Good condition.
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