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_______ __TRE ftMhIGN DXULY

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Yanls; BumsLead Cut to Half Game

Art Houtteman Blocks Bombers 2-L;
Feller Wins; Red Sox Clobber Browns

SAILING. SAILING:
'M' Leads Wisconsin
Regatta by 8 Points
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Cardnlia Ra lly To Edge Brooks 5-4;

DETROIT - R) - The Detroit is the son of Herman
Tigers threw a roadblock in the Tiger hurler in the earl
path of the pennant-conscious After Snuffy Strnweis
New York Yankees by beating in the fourth Houttemar
them 2 to 1 yesterday behind the 15 batters in a row befor
brilliant five-hit hurling of young his third and last walk 1
The defeat cut the Yankees, in the ninth. The Detro
hed efeat o the e paee hander struck out five.
and Indrate sicond-lace Cleve- The Yankees, incidenta
three twin killings to bo
All the hits off Houtteman production to 13 in their
were in the first four frames, games.
but only in the second inning The fact that Houtten
could the Yankees score. still in there at the finish
Joe Dil~aggio walked to open the sixth time that a TigE
that inning and advanced to third has accomplished that few
on Charley Keller's double. Di- last 36 games.
Maggio then raced home on Bob- * * *
by Brown's long fly. Indians 5, Senator
A double by George Kell gave
the Tigers both their runs in the CLEVELAND-G')-Spa
first stanza. His blow scored Pat Bob Feller's five-hit pitch
Mullin who had doubled and Vic Cleveland Indians punche
Wertz, who drew one of Duane two runs in the eighth in
Pillette's two passes. terday to defeat the Wa
Pillette, recently recalled from Senators 5 to 3 before 21,
Portland, tried hard to be able Mickey Vernon slashed
to celebrate his 26th birthday triple to left center tot
tomorrow with a triumph. He Dale Mitchell and T
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the winning runs.
le Feller, knocked out in his last
ed start against the New York Yan-
ve kees Wednesday night, did not al-
er low a hit until the fifth, when
t-. three hits phoduced two runs.
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de Red Sox 16, BTownies 5

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lost tneir
last four ST. LOUIS--P)-The Red Sox
had a field day with Brownie
man was pitching yesterday as Boston club-
marked bed out 19 hits for a 16 to 5 rout
er hurler of St. Louis before a slim crowd
at in the of 2,169.
Bobby Doerr opened the Bos-
ton attack in the secknd with a
home run while the sacks were
s 3 empty. He sent his eleventh
Irke by ball of the season out of the
rked by park in the seventh-this time
hing, the with Johnny Pesky and Ted
ed across Williams on base. Williams also
ing yes- clouted a four-bagger in the
0shingtn third with a man on.
000 fans. Dom DiMaggio had only one
f a long hit-a single in the fourth ;nn-
drive in ing-but it extended to 18 the
hurman number of games in which he has
hit safely.
Lone bright spot for the home
ily club was the pitching and batting
of reliefer Ralph Winegarner, re-
cently taken from his coacning job
to hurl for the last place Browns.
He replaced Al Papai who in turn
had taken over from Red Einbree.
Winegarner hit into the left
field bleachers for a home run in
the eighth to score behind Ed
Pellagrini. He also retired the
Red Sox without a hit in the top
of the eighth, the only inning in
which the visitors failed to get on
base and one of two in which they
didn't score.
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- A COLUMBIA PICTURE

(Speciai to 'The Daily)
MADISON-The University of
Wisconsin's Invitational Sailing
Regatta on Lake Menandota near
here hit the half way mark last
night with Michigan out ahead,
eight points in front of second
place Wisconsin.
** *
WITH 10 RACES over yester-
day and 10 more slated for today,
the five competing schools stack
up:
MVichigan-54
Wisconsin-46
Purdue-45
Chicago-44
Minnesota-41
In a close competition up to
the last,' Michigan pulled away
from the pack in the last race of

the day after a Chicago boat elim-
inated itself by fouling out.
* * *
TWO CLASSES are racing in
the regatta, "A" and "B," piloting
11-foot Olympics sailing dinghies.
Sam Irwin placed first among
the Michigan sailers with two
firsts and two seconds, out of
four races. Jim Rukim was sec-
ond with one first, two seconds
and a last. John Spensor took
two thirds, while Gene Kiddon
took one third and a last place.
After the races yesterday, Wis-
consin played host at its annual
Sailing Club Dance.
Today the regatta renews its
activities, with 10 races from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Major League Leaders

11 :30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Batting
GABR IH
Kell, Tigers ...80 322 56 11
DiMaggio, R.S. 78 321 70 10
Williams, R.S. 89 328 87 11
lome uns
Williams, Red Sox-24.
Stephens, Red Sox-24.
Joost, Athletics-20.
Runs Batted ,In
Williams, Red Sox-97.

Pirates Beat
..BROOKLYN- -The St
Louis Cardinal- stazed a two-run
ninth inning rally ith t ;a out
yesterday to vwhip the Brooklyn
Dodgers, 5-4, and mui the Broo: '
National League lead to a half
game.
The triumph was the runner-up
Cards' second straight victory
over the Dodgers in the crucial
four game series which ends Mon-
day,
Marty Marion singled home
Stan Musial Nwith the tying run
and Joe Ga-agiola singled across
Lou Klein with the winning run
before a turnout of 28,396 fans.
* *
Pirates 12, Braves 9
BOSTON -(')- After spotting
Lefty Warren Spahn an early 9-4
lead, the Pittsburgh Pirates yes-
terday settled down to a grim
battle and pulled out a 12-9 vii-
tory over Boston with a six-run
rally in the ninth.
The Pirates clouted the Boston
pitching trio for a total of 10 hits
including Wally Westlake's 17th
holper against Spahn with one on
in the fourth inning.
* *
Philllies 8, Reds 2
PHILADELPHIA - (P) - South-
paw Ken Heintzelman pitched the
Philadelphia Phils to an 8-2 tri-
umph over the Cincinnati Reds
yesterday, to hang up his ninth
straight victory and his 13th of
the season against three defeats.
He ran his string of scoreless

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Batting
GAB R H
Robinson, D. ..88 341 75 122
Marshall, G. ..79 270 55 90
Schoend'st, C. 87 357 51 116
Home Runs
Kiner, Pirates-26.
Sauer, Cubs-19.
Gordon, Giants-19.
Runs Batted In
Robinson, Dodgers-74.

Pct.
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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB W L Pct. GB
New York .......56 32 .636 . . Brooklyn ........53 35 .602 ...
Cleveland .......51 36 .586 4/2 St. Louis.......53 36 .596 ?'
Boston ..........48 40 .545 8 Boston ..........48 42 .533 6
Detroit..........A8 43 .527 9z Philadelphia.....47 42 .528 62
Philadelphia .....47 43 .522 10 New York.....44 42 .512 8
Chicago -.........39 50 .438 17/2 Pittsburgh ......41 46 .471 111/2
Washington.....34 51 .400 20%/2 Cincinnati......34 53 .391 18%
St. Louis ........30 58 .341 26 Chicago .........33 57 .367 21
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inings to 32 before the Reds out rallies in the seventh and
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in the seventh, home runs to spark the New York
In the fourth Seminick hit his Gia'nts to a 10-6 tliumph over the
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