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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY r

Lou is Denies Report Of September Bout

Avery Beek, Jomiiiiy Verge Upset in NPL Tournaiueint
ATLANTA, July 20-(A7P)-Two Wilfred Corssley of Brooklyn N. C., and Johnny Verge
major upsets continued the trend managed to eke out a victory in Angeles.
against favored players in the Na- the second round. Beck was strongly favore
tional Public Links Tournament The big upsets were public links gallery for at least a finalis
today, but defending champion I finalist Avery Beck of Raleigh, I again this year.

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of Los
d by the
st berth

Major League Standings
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Detroit 2, New York 1 Cincinnati 9, Boston 6
Boston 8, St. Louis 3 Brooklyn 5, Chicago 0
Cleveland at Washington night) New York at St. Louis (night)
Chicago at Philadelphia (night) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (night)
AMERICAN LEAGUEN
W L Pet. G.B. NATIONAL LEAGUE
*Cleveland .. 50 30 ,625 ... 0W L Pet. G.B.
*Philadelphia. 53 35 .602 1 Boston ...... 50 34 .595.
New York ... 47 35 .573 4 Brooklyn . . . 41 38 .519 6
Boston .. 46 36 .561 5 St. Louis ... 41 39 .513 7
Detroit .. 42 41 6 9 */,*Pittsburgh . 41 39 .513 7
*Washinto... 25 47 .7 16 New York .. 40 39 .506 7
St. Louis ... 29 51 .363 21 *Philadelphia 40 44 .476 10
*Chicago .. 26 53 .329 23V Cincinnati .. 39 46 .459 11
*-..PlayinIg night game Chicago...... 35 48 .422 14
Today's Games -Playing night game.
Cleveland at New York (2) - Today's Games
Gromek (4-1) and Munerief (5-2) Boston at Cincinnati (night)-
or Bearden (8-3) vs Lopat (8-5) Spahn (7-7) vs Blackwell (6-6)
and Hiller (3-1) Brooklyn at Chicago (2) -
Chicago at Boston (2-day- Branca (11-6) and Hatten (6-6)
night)-Gettel (2-5) and Papish vs Hamner (5-4) and McCall
(1-2) vs Dobson (11-6) and Fer- (15)
riss (5-2)
St. Louis at, Philadelphia New York at St. Louis (night) -
(night)-Fannin (5-8) vs Cole- Jones (7-5) vs Pollet (6-4)
man (9-6) or Scheig (7-4) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh -
Detroit at Washington-Hutch- Donnelly (5-4) vs Riddle (9-6) or
inson (5-5) vs Masterson (6-6) Sewell (5-3)
Trucks A0llows Six Hits
Tigers Edue Yanks 2-1
NEW YORK, July 20-(A)--Vir- cold after Tommy Henrich sin-
gil Trucks dropped the New York gled in the opening inning.
Yankees to within a single game The last four men in the New
of the fourth place Boston Red YorK Lineup got five hits between
Sox today as he hurled Detroit to them but except for one instance
a 2-1 edge in the odd game of they were well scattered.
their three-game series.M
George Kell, who collected three Mapes Gets 2 Hits
of Detroit's . eight hits off Allie Mapes, New York's rookie left
Reynolds, doubled to start the fielder, was the only Yankee to get
game-winning rally in the ninth. two hits off Virgil and his fifth in-
With two out, Hoot Evers singled ning double was the only New
to left, scoring Kell with the tie- York hit that went for extra bases.
breaking run. Reynolds' single drove Mapes
Reynolds Drives in Run over with the only Yankee run
and third baseman Bill Johnson
The Yanks bunched two of their
ThitYks thenfifthdr thi onh ran his consecutive game hitting
six hits in the fifth for their only streak to 16 with a second inning
run. Cliff Mapes' double was fol- single. Phil Rizzuto, batting
lowed by Reynolds' single through eighth, got the only other Yankee
the middle of the diamond. safety.
pat Mullin got that back forDeriMosToWhngn
Trucks with his 13th homer into Detroit Mrove T ecod at
one right field seats in the seventh,3-4 for the current eastern swing
the 11th home run bal Reynolds3-fothcurneaenswg
has thrown this season and sent the Tigers moving
It was Trucks' fourth straight toward Washington, where they
min and eighth of the year to five haven't lost a game this year.
defeats. Reynolds was saddled Freddie Hutchinson (5-5) was
with his fifth loss to 10 victories. in line to oppose Walt Masterson
Tigers Back at .500 (6-6) of the Nats in the series
Detroit's victory levelled the Ti- opener Wednesday afternoon.
gers' record for the season at 41
wins and 41 setbacks and pulled L
the Bengals within one win of an
even break with the Yanks in their New York at St. Louis (N)
13 meetings this year. postponed-Rain
Trucks was in fine form before Philadelphia........ ...2 7 1
a Yankee Stadium crowd of 16,784 Pittsburgh............11 7 1
fans as lie stopped the top five Simmons, Heusser (6), Nahem
men in the Yankee batting order (8), Lakeman (8) and Seminick;
Chesnes and Fitzgerald.
" w gus t'Chicago .............. .. 5 11 0
I was glued to my sea Philadelphia... ........2 6 0
--Mayerfel Pieretti and 'Tresh; Brissie,
Scheib (4) and Franks, Guerra
(8) L.P.-Brissie.
Cleveland...............1 10 0
Washington.............2 7 0
Fri., Sat. 8:30 P.M. Black, Klieman (7), Bearden (8)
and Hegan;
HILL AUDITORIUM Scarborough, Hudson (9) and
Evans
Stretch for Luck,
Pause for a Coke

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Story of Heavyweight Title
Match with Lesnevich False

DETROIT, July 20 - (P) -
Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis,
commenting on reports he might
return to the ring for a Sept. 22
bout with Gus Lesnevich, said to-
day, "I don't know where those
rumors come from. I've retired
and that is all there is to it."
Louis, in an interview with
Lyall Smith, sports editor of
The Detroit Free Press, ap-
pearedta bit irked over the re-
ports that he would take on
Lesnevich, the light heavywight
champion.
Louis' comments were in con-
nection with a copyrighted story
by Nat Fleischer in the Septem-
ber issue of Ring Magazine. In
that article, Fleischer said Louis
had indicated his willingness to
come back for just one more
Fleischer said Louis indicated
that he is weakening in his re-
tirement stand and is willing to
come back for just one more fight.
"I can't go from one round of
golf to another," Louis is quoted
as telling Fleischer, "I have to
look forward to something more
exciting. Maybe I should meet
Lesnevich. I can beat him. I
still will be able to retire un-
beaten like Gene Tunney.".. ..
Lesnevich now is in London,
getting ready for his July 26 bout
there with Freddie Mills, a fight
he must win to' keep alive any
chances of a September date with
Louis.
Louis will be in Mike Jacobs'
office Friday, ostensibly to collect
his share of the movie receipts
from the second Walcott fight.
This is estimated at "about $100,-
000."
fight.
"I haven't seen or talked to Mr.
Nat Fleischer since the night after
my fight with Jersey Joe Wal-
cott," said Louis today. ,
The heavyweight champ said he
was tired of answering questions
about his retirement.
He added, "I have until six
months after the Walcott fight
to notify the New York Boxing

Commission that I have offi-
cially retired. Why can't they
give me those six months and
let me alone?"
Questioned by Smith as to
whether he definitely would file
the retirement papers, Louis re-
plied quickly, "absolutely."
John Roxborough, long time
manager and friend of heavy-
weight champion Joe Louis, said a

Sailing Clubn
Cops Cup
In Regatta
Coming from behind the Uni-
versity of Michigan Sailing Club
captured the Invitational Regatta,
held by the University of Wiscon-
sin, Saturday and Sunday, July
17-18.
In Last Place
Michigan was in last place at
the end of Saturday's competition,
due in part to the fact that all
three skippers: Ed Bainbridge,
class A; Jim Rukin and Dan Cor-
topossi, class B, sailed their boats
under.
On Sunday the Wolverine crews
won first or second in all races
(there were 10 in each class) to
be awarded the Gold Cup.
Michigan Crews:
Art Napoli sailed under Bain-
bridge, George Matson under
Rukin, and Elaine Horan under
Cortopossi as the latter two crews
alternated in the class B competi-
tion for the victors.
Michigan scored 65 points to
win with Purdue, the University
of Chicago, and Ohio State f ol-
lowing in that order. Wiosconsin,
as host, did not compete for the
trophy.

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CHAMPION JOE LOUIS
... Golf too tame
* * *
"lot of pressure" is being brought
on the Brown Bomber to junk his
retirement plans and meet Les-
nevich.
Roxborough said he planned
to see Louis tonight and might
have some kind of a statement
then or tomorrow.
Joe's mother, Mrs. Tillie Brooks,
who had exacted a promise from
Louis that the Walcott fight would
be his last, said of the Lesnevich
report, "I won't let myself think
about it. I don't want him to fight
again."

Major League
Roundup

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America' Docks as London
Looks for Sun; Ris Injured

BOSTON, July 20-(;P)-Right-
hander Jack Kramer gave up
seven hits, two of them homers,
while gaining his 11th win of the
season and his ninth in a row
today while the Boston ,Red Sox
were sweeping a four-game series
from the St. Louis Browns, 8-3.
The Red Sox belted 11 hits for
Kramer, including four doubles
and a triple by Sam Mele. The
most important xetra-base blow
was Birdie Tebbetts' two-bagger
with the bases loaded in the fifth
inning.
CINCINNATI, July 20-()-
The Cincinnati Reds scored six
runs on homers today as they de-
feated the league-leading Boston
Braves 9-6. Johnny Wyrostek,
Danny Litwhiler and Ted Klus-
zewski hit home runs for the Reds
and Jeff Heath and Tomny
Holmes clouted round-trippers for
the Braves.
CHICAGO, July 20-(P)-Rex
Barney shut out the Chicago Cubs
with seven hits today as Brooklyn
tightened its grip on second place
by a 5-0 victory.

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LONDON, July 20--(P)-Lon-
doners blinked again today in a
strange bright world, leading
many to hope faintly that the
weather was about to straighten
itself out for the Olympic Games.
After two days of sunshine,
there appeared to be an even
chance that themain American
team might unload at Southamp-
ton tomorrow under clear skies.
Cold Bothers Swimmers
Swimmer's and divers from
America and other countries who
worked out at Wembley's indoor
Olympic Pool today shook and
shivered and complained of the
cold.
An advance guard of American
officials went to Southampton to-

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INDEPENDENT LEAGUE I
Hard Rocks 3, Fletcher Hall 0.
Chemistry 10, Hell Cats 3.
Hot Papas 13, Goosers 10.
Chiefs 12, Robert Owen Co-op

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RESIDENCE HALL LEAGUE
Cooley 16, Hayden 12.
Tyler 12, Hinsdale 9.
Strauss 9, Prescott 8.
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE 11
Disciples 11, Emcees 6.
Beta Theta Pi 18, Phi Gamma
Delta 7.
night to greet the "America,"
which docked shortly before mid-
night.
The athletes were to remain
aboard overnight then climb into
the fleet of buses which will take
them to their quarters just outside
London.
Flag-Raising Thursday
After settling into their camp
tomorrow, all the American ath-
letes, men and women, will gather
at Uxbridge on Thursday morning
for a flag-raising ceremony.
The Americans will have fresh
white bread for supper tomorrow
night, flown in by plane from
New York. One loaf will be pre-
sented to King George, afford-
ing the royal family a respite from
INDIANS LOSE
WASHINGTON, July 20-()P)-
Relief pitcher Sid Hudson stymied
a ninth inning Cleveland ralfy to
life Washington to a 2-1 victory
over the league-leading Indians
here tonight.
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the grayish stuff Britain is
putting up with.
Games Week Away
With the games little more than
a week away, athletes from many
nations continued toflood into
London's outskirts and the bat-
tered old city began to dress her-
self, up for the occasion. Bunting
was' being draped in the main
railway stations.
Wally Ris of Iowa, crack 100-
meter swimmer, became the first
casualty in the American camp.
He went to an orthopedic hospital
for treatment of a "football knee."
Coach Bob Kiphuth said Ris
threw the knee out on Sunday
and that it had failed to respond
to ordinary treatment.
Several other Americans are
dropping about with colds, a more
or less natural result of hopping
across from 90-degree tempera-
tures to the damp chill of Eng-
land. "But we know what we are
up against and are getting ac-
climated," Kiphuth said.
Citation Enters
Arlington Stakes
CHICAGO, July 20-()-Cita-
tion, three-year-old champion of
the American turf, tomorrow will
attempt to wrap another $19,200
around his record $427,020 bank
roll already earned this season.
The Colument Farmfs Triple
Crown winner today topped an
eleven horse field named for the
seventh running of the $25,000
stakes at Arlington Park. Citation
will have two running mates, Be-
witch and Whirl Blast, going with
him in the mile gallop for three
years old.
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