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SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1948

T H E MICHIGAN DAILY

rAG1r ITRE

Lesnevich Rated

Top Contender

for

Heavy Crown

440 Mark
Falls in AAU
NEW YORK, June 26--(P)-
Herb McKenley broke his word
quarter-mile record again, Sate
Felton scored in three events and
Reggie Pearmian started a come-
back in the Metropolitan A.A.U
Track and Field Championships
today.
The New York Athletic Club
CHICAGO, June 26 - (IP)_-
Patty Berg, Minneapolis pro-
fessional, erased a four-hole
defcit on the final six holes
to defeat Babe Didrikson Za-
harias, 1 up, on the 37th green
of a hectic overtime battle for
the Women's Western Open
Golf Tourney today.
, swept the team title with an im-
pressive total of 119%/2 points. It
showed that the winged foot
spikesters will be hard to dislodge
from the national throne in the
National A.A.U. carnival which
serves os a semi-final Olympics
tryout next week at Milwaukee.
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Benny Hogan-I
im Demarest .
Texans Clip 10 from
Par;- Each Birdies 11
TOLEDO, O., June 26 - (P) --
s Baseball's old "break up the Yan-
kees" cry may have a golfing
counterpart of "Break up those
Texans" if Ben Hogan and Jimmy'
Demaret continue their best-ball
dominance of the nation's play-
for-pay field.
The torrid duo today turned into
a rout what promised to be a tight
tourney in the 11th Annual $10,650
Inverness Four - Ball matches.
They toured the tough layout in a
pair of 11-under-par 60's to
smother two opposing pairs and
swing far ahead of the pack in
quest of the $3,000 top prize.
Hogan and Demaret have won
this big event twice in a row, and
three times in four tries, and it
looks as if no one can catch them
in tomorrow's final round. They
also paired to win the 1946 and
1947 Miami Four-Ball matches,
which gives them a fairly clean
sweep of the two-rman play the
last few years.
In the previous 10 years of In-
verness play, only one team was
able to clip 11 strokes off par on a
round. Ed Fugo, the Detroit kid
with the crooked arm, and George
Schoux, did it a year ago.
Showing utter precision as part-
ners, Hogan scored seven birdies
and Demaret four on the morn-
ing round, and Demaret recipro-
cated by scoring seven this after-
noon while Hogan got four.
L NOW
or

E zzard Charles, W alcott
Rated A flter Durable G us
Heavyweights to Swarm Jacobs Beach for
Shot at Vacated Title; Savold Also Listed

CHAMP GOES DOWN ... Jersey Joe Walcott stands over Heavy-
weight King Joe Louis in the third round of their title fight in
Yankee Stadium Friday night. Louis went down from a thun-
dering right but bcinced to his feet almost immediately.
Majo r LeageStandings--

NEW YORK, June 26-(AP)-
Every breathing heavyweight with
two arms and two legs headed
toward Jacobs Beach today as tht
made scramble started for the title
vacated by Joe Louis.
Gus Lesnevich, the 33-year-
old reigning light heavyweight
king who is now en route to
London for a July 26 bout with
Freddie Mills, appeared to be
the key man in an involved sit-
uation.
Durable Gus, who suddenly
turned into a knockout puncher
after his return from war service,
is the man they all want to fight.
He figures to be the best box of-
fice draw for a September out-
ing in the Yankee Stadium.
Under the terms of the Twen-
tieth Century Sporting Clubs'
ball park contract with the Yan-
kees and Giants they must put
on at least two shows a summler.
Lesnevich is almost certain to be
the party of the first part. Either
Ezzard Charles, the Cincinnati
light heavyweight contender, or
Jersey Joe Walcott, the beaten
34-year old challenger in last
night's fight, will be the other.
As of now, ,Charles seems to
have the inside edge, providing his
manager, Jake Mintz, and the
promoters can convince Joe Vella,
Lesnevich's manager Vella. is on
the high seas with Lesnevich,
Ray Robinsr To
Qu 1i it Welter C laxss
CHICAGO, June 26-(AP)-Wel-
terweight champion Ray (Sugar)
Robinson reiterated today that his
scheduled 15-round bout at Co-
miskey Park Monday night against
Bernard Docusen "will be my last
welter title defense."
Robinson will enter the middle-
weight bracket and hopes to get
a crack at Tony Zale's crown.
"It's too tough a job to try to
make the 147 pound limit," de-
Glared the Harlem Sugar Boy.
The title scrap with the young
New Orleans contender has been
postponed twice by a combination
of poor weather and Robinson's
failure to shed excess poundage.

The Charles camp has born-
barded boxing commissions from
coast to coast with challenges
to Lesnevich for the 175-pound
title. Now that is all forgotten
and as Mintz says "We want the
Heavyweight crown."
Charles, normally a 173 poun-
der, has lost only once since his
KALAMAZOO, Mich., June
26--(P)---Southern California's
Trojans took the National Col-
legiate Baseball title west for
the second straight year as
they whipped Yale 9 to 2 in
the deciding game of their
three-game series today.
return from war service. That loss,
unfortunately for him, was to
Elmer Ray in his only Madison
Square Garden showing. Charles
later reversed that loss, knocking
out Ray in the ninth round at
Chicago May 7. In his last outing
he won a 10-round decision over
Erv Sarlin at Buffalo.
BEREA, ., June 2G-(/)-
Hurdlin' Harrison Dillard, who
came to Baldwin-Wallace as a vir-
tually unknown athlete, put on a
smashing show today as hie made
his farewell appearance as a col-
lege runner on his homne cinders.
Without benefit of a tail-wind,
the ebony flash bettered the world
record in the 220-yard low hur-
dies for the second time in his
sensational career. He was com-
peting in the Northeastern Ohio
District AAU Meet.

M .a or .league Round-U
NEW YORK, June 26 - (P)- sixth and had to have assistance
Only a game and a half still sep- from Joe Page.
arated tlh first three teams in the Led by Stan Musial, who far-
Anizerican League peznnazut race to- Ldb tnMsawogr
day s the front-running Cleve- nered four hits in five times at
land Inziani, the second place bat, the St. Louis Cardinals
Philadelphia Atheltics and the whipped the Brooklyn Dodgers
third place New York Yankees all 6-3 to move within a game of the
don today. National League-leading Boston
Veteran Bob Muncrief pitched Braves. The Braves were sched-
the Indians back into winning uled to meet the Pittsburgh Pir-
stride when he blanked the Wash- ates in Boston tonight.
ington Senators 5-0 with three Musial Blasts 16th
hits. The victory snapped a three- Musial hammered his 16th home
game Tribe losing streak. run and added a double and two
The former St. Louis Brownie singles as the Cards pounded Joe
righthander walked only one bat- Hatten, Hank Behrman and Erv
ter and allowed only three hits. Palica for 12 hits. Murry Dickson
The Indians slarnmed three Wash- held the Dodgers to seven hits to
ington pitchers for 12 hits, in- rack up his sixth victory.
cluding three by Larry Doby. Scoring all their runs in the first
A's Thump Sox inning, the Cincinnati Reds, be-
Although held to only five hits hind the effective hurling of John-
by Marino Pieretti, the Athletics ny Vander Meer, shut out the New
turned four of them into runs to York Giants 4-0. Two singles, a
defeat the Chicago White Sox 4-2 pair of walks, an error by out-
for their fifth straight triumph. fielder Whitey Lockman and a
Lou Brissie and Charley Harris wild pitch accounted for the Red
allowed 10 hits, with Brissie re- runs. Southpaw Monte Kennedy,
ceiving credit for his sixth vic- recently recalled from Minneap-
tory. olis, was the victim.
Johnny Lindell and Yogi Berra Rookie outfielder Richie Ash-
bashed home runs to lead the burn beat out an infield hit, stole
Yankees to an 8-5 victory over the second and scored on Bert Haas'
Detroit Tigers. The Yankees now single in the last of the ninth to
have hit 17 homers in10 straight give the Philadelphia Phils a 3-2
games. Eddie Lipon and Paul victory over the Chicago Cubs.
Campbell homered for the Tigers. Schoolboy Rowe went the distance
Allie Reynolds, staked to a 7-0 for the Phils and scattered eight
lead, faltered in the last of the hits for his third victory.

Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 6, Broroklyni 3.
Cincinnati 4, New York t}.
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2.
Pittsburgh at B~oston, YIncomTi
plete.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 5, Washington 0.
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 2.
New York 8, Detroit 5.
Bo stonr at Sat. Lauis, poast-
poned, rain.
AMERICAN LEAGUE

JUST AR RIV E D FROM I N DIA

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*Boston........35
St. Louis.......34
*Pittsburgh ... 32
New York......31
Philadelphia . . .30
Brooklyn.......27
Cincinnati ....27
Chicago........24
*Play tonight.

L. Pct.
25 .583
26 .567
27 .542
28 .525
32 .484
30 .474
36..429
36 .400

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New York . .
Boston .....
Detroit .....
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St. Louis ...
Chicago .,...

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...29
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...23
...18

L.
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Pct.
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Today's Games
St. Louis at Brooklyn-Brazle
(4-3) vs. Roe (3-3).
Pittsburgh at Boston-Lom-
bardi (3-5) vs. Sain (7-5).
Cincinnati at New York (2)
-Blackwell (3-5) and Fox (4-3)
vs. Hartung (4-3) and Koslo
4-3).
Chicago at Philadelphia (2)
-Meyer (6-6) and Chambers
(1-6) vs. Simmons (4-5) and
Roberts (1-I).

Today's Games
New York at Detroit-Byrne
(0-1) vs. Trout (7-7).
Washington at Cleveland (2)
-Scarborough (5-4) and Haef-
ner (3-5) vs. Zoldak (3-4) and
Bearden (6-2).

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