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SUNDAY, JULY. 18, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Tigers

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Sox,

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Trucks

Four-Hitter

Arena Wins
Percy Jones
RegattaCup
KALAMAZOO, Mich., July 17-
(P)-Danny Arena, piloting Jack
Schafer's Such Crust, overcame a
record-breaking performance by
Gi y Lombardo's Miss Tempo VI
today to win the Percy Jones Gen-
eral Hospital Regatta.
Bandleader Lombardo roared
to a first heat victory averaging
81.203 miles per hour over the
five-mile course, to set an Amer-
ican record for Gold Cup craft.
Close behind was the speeding
Such Crust, which averaged 79.063
miles an hour to slip under the old
record, too.
Arena's over-all victory, how-
ever, was achieved by winning
the third and final heat when
Lombardo's aging craft devel-
oped fuel line trouble and drift-
ed in the center of Gull Lake
while the rest of the boats sped
by.
The previous record of 77.911
was set in Detroit in 1946 by the
same Arena, piloting Miss Golden
Gate.

Sports
Round-up
INGLEWOOD, July 17-(iP)h-
Shannon II won the $100,000 add-
ed Hollywood gold cup today at .
Hollywood Park.
The big Australian champion,
neatly paced by Jockey Johnny
Adams, came from behind to takes
the lead coming into the stretch
and defeated On Trust by a length
and three quarters.<
NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 17-
OP)-Polly Riley of Fort Worth,
Tex., won the Southern Women'sr
Golf championship today by de-.
feating Margaret Gunther of<
Memphis, 3 and 1, in the 36-hole
finals over the Belle Meade course.
HAMILTON, Ont., July 17
Frank Stranahan of Toledo, Ohio,
won the Canadian Amateur Golf{
Championship for the second
straight year today, defeating Joe
Stoddard of Hamilton, 9 and 7
in the 36-hole final match. x":

A thleics lrip Indians;
Lopat Blanks Brownies
By T1he Associated Press
BOSTON, July 17 --Righthander Virgil (Fire) Trucks, gen-
erally a soft touch for the Boston Red Sox, turned in a sparkling
four-hitter, all singles today to give the Detroit Tigers their first win
in a four-game series with Joe McCarthy's forces, 3-1.
It was Trucks' seventh win of the season against five defeats and
the fifth in his total of 16 starts against the Red Sox.
The Tigers made all 12 of their hits against Ellis Kinder before
he was relieved by Tex Hughson in - ___

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the ninth. The latter, back after
nursing his ailing arm in Austin,
Tex., for many weeks, set the Ti-
gers down in order in the finale.
Trucks gave only two hits up to
the ninth, when the Red Sox filled
the bases with two out on singles
by Junior Stephens and Bill Good-
man and a base on balls to Bobby
Doerr. The veteran Wally Moses
ended matters, however, by pop-
ping out.
The Tigers scored in the second
on singles by Hoot Evers, Pat
Mullin, George Vico's sacrifice and
Bob Swift's long fly to center. The
Red Sox pulled into a 1-1 tie after
filling the bases in the fourth.
Dom DiMaggio hit safely and,
after Johnny Pesky and Stephens
walked, scored on a Doerr fly.
Dick Wakefild's two-bagger off
the left-center wall and Vico's
single to right gave the Tigers a
second run in the sixth. They
added their third counter in the

-Using Joe Coleman's sparkling
six-hit shutout as a springboard,
the amazing Philadelphia Ath-
letics bounced back today and de-
feated the Cleveland Indians 5 to
0. Coleman didn't allow any In-
dian batter to advance past first
base.
The victory evened the so-called
"crucial series" at two games each
and narrowed Cleveland's Ameri-
can League lead over the runner-f
up A's .to a half game.
ST. LOUIS, July 17 - (/P) -
Granville Hamner doubled twice
and batted in seven runs to help
the Philadelphia phils nose out
the St. Louis Cardinals today-
11 to 10. Close behind Hamner
was Del Ennis, also with two
doubles and three baserunners
sent home.
Stan Musial and Nippy Jones
homered for the Birds-Musial's
coming with the sacks loaded in
the second inning.

Ghezzi Takes Five-Stroke
Lead in Smoky City Golf
PITTSBURGH, July 17-(Al) Vic Ghezzi, mechanical man from
Englewood, N.J., virtually wrapped up the $16,500 Dapper Dan Invi-
tational Golf Tournament today with his third sub-par round-
a two- ander 70 which gave him 202 for 54 holes.
This maintained his five-stroke advantage over colorful
Jimmy Pemaret, of Ojai, Calif., who also kept a sub-par pace over
rain-softened fairways. Demaret rallied after a shaky front nine
at Akema Country Club and equalled Ghezzi's 70 by coming home
in 33. He was 69-68-70--207 *
at the 54-hole mark. him out of it. On the 16th today
The money 18rholes will be he blasted from a sand trap to
played tomorrow. Barring a com- within six feet and canned the
plete blowup by Ghezzi or fan- s putt for a birdie. On the 17th,
tastic golf by one of a handful of he overshot, made a weak come-
eight sub-par competitors with an back but dropped a curling 20-
outside chance, the big New Jersey footer for his par.
pro stands to collect first money On the 10th, he sprayed his tee
of $2,600. shot into a sloping rough to the
Ghezzi, former PGA Champ and right but made a magnificent re-
Ryder Cup star, has played amaz- covery with a three wood and fin-
ing golf to notch his 66-66-70- ished in par five.
202. He teed off on the first round Lloyd Mangrum, of Niles, Ill.,
last Thursday without a bit of second - ranking money winner
practice. He smashed par on the among the touring pros, and Ed
relatively tough front nine that Furgol, of Pontiac, Mich., were
day. with a 31 and came in with deadlocked at 210. Mangrum shot
a 35. a 68 today and this low score for
He's been in trouble, especially the day was mached by Jimmy
today, but accurate iron play Thomson, New York siege gun,
and excellent putting brought who had a 54-total of 212.

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Lombardo, hoping to dupli-
cate his victory in last week's
Henry Ford Memorial Race,
sped to hair-breadth victories
in each of the first two heats.

In each case the Such Crust was
a close second-by only a half a
boat's length in the second heat.
Then in the third, when Miss_
Tempo failed to start, Arena
drove Such Crust carefully, av-
eraging only 73 miles per hour,
to win easily. Lombardo's two
heat victories brought him a to-
tal of 800 points.
Ed Stair's Katy Did won third
place in the Regatta, taking third
in the second heat and second in
the final run.

FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF
FOR ALL-CAMPUS SOFT-
BALL CHAMPIONSHIP
First place, Independent I-bye.
Second place, Independent If
vs. Second place Res. Hall I.
Second place, Frat II-bye.
First place, Frat I-bye.
First place, Frat II-bye.
First place, Independent II--
bye.
Second place, Independent I vs.
Second place, Frat I
First place, Res. Hall I-bye.
SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
Monday, July 19th
6:45-Hayden vs. Cooley.
6:45-Hinsdale vs. Tyler.
6:45-Fletcher Hall vs. Hard-
rocks.
6:45-Prescott vs. Strauss.
6:45-Chemistry vs. Hellcats.
6:45-Hot Papas vs. Goosers.
6:45-Robert Owen vs. Chiefs.
6:45-Encees vs. Disciples.
7:45-Beta Theta Pi vs. Phi
Gamma Delta.

STAN MUSIAL
. . . grand slams in vain
Major Lea grue
Standings
Yesterday's Results
Brooklyn 8-10, Cincinnati 4-4
New York 7, Pittsburgh 6
Chicago 4, Boston 1
Philadelphia 11, St. Louis 10
NATIONAL LEAGUE

DICK WAKEFIELD
. . . tallies winning run
PITTSBURGH, July 17-P)
-Leo Durocher, new manager
of the New York Giants, to-
night said "I was asked to re-
sign as manager of Brooklyn."
Durocher made the state-
ment shortly before the Giants
prepared to leave for Cincin-
nati.

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Today's Games
(All Doubleheaders)
Boston at Pittsburgh
New York at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at Chicago
Brooklyn at St. Louis
Yesterday's Results
New York 4, St. Louis 0
Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 0
Detroit 3, Boston 1
Chicago 9, Washington 7
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Today's Games
(All Doubleheaders)
Cleveland at Washington
Chicago at Philadelphia
Detroit at New York
St. Louis at Boston

YANKEES BEAT BROWNS
NEW YORK, July 17 - (/P) -
The New York Yankees moved to
within two games of the league
leading Cleveland Indians today
by defeating the St. Louis Browns
4-0. Southpaw Ed Lopat was
touched for 11 hits but managed
to fashion his eighth victory, his
sixth in succession and his third
shutout.

CONNIE MACK
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* * *
enghth, when George Kell singled,
made third on Wakefield's second
hit and was driven in by Evers.
CINCINNATI, July 17 - (/P) -
Rookie George Shuba and Roy
Campanella hit home runs and
Southpaw Paul Minner pitched
excellent relief ball to lead the
Brooklyn Dodgers to a 10-4 vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Reds in
the second game of a double
header today. The Dodgers also
won the opener 8-4, Jackie Robin-
son snapping a 4-4 tie. with a
three-run homer in the eighth.
WASHINGTON, JULY 17 - (A')
- Sloppy Washington pitching
gave the Chicago White Sox a 9-7
victory today.
The Senators gave eight walks
and 12 hits.
The White Sox mauled Sid Hud-
son for three runs in the first in-
ning, but the Senators bounced
back to grab a 7-4 lead off Al Get-
tel and Pearson. Chicago clustered
four runs off Milo Candini and
added another run in the ninth on
Pat Seery's double and Taft
Wright's single.
* * *
CHICAGO, July 17 - (11) --
Ralph Hamner scattered four hits
to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 4-1
victory over the Boston Braves
here today before a crowd of 19,-
166. The Cubs nailed down the
decision in the fourth when they
rapped Warren Spahn for three
tallies, the first of them Andy
Pafko's 15th homer.
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