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Tribe Downs Bosox,10-6;
White Sox Blast Yanks 9-2

r PHILADELPHIA - UPn) -Pitch-
ing his first complete game since
June 19, Virgil Trucks snapped
Philadelphia's six-game winning
streak yesterday as Detroit romp-
ed to a 11 to 0 victory.
Trucks came up with a five hit-
ter as his mates put on a rousing
19 hit attack against three Phila-
delphia pitchers. Neil Berry had
four hits.
Only Wally Moses, on his
double in the eighth inning,
reached second base on Trucks
as he registered his second suc-
cessive shutout win over Phila-
delphia. He turned in a one-hit
4-0 victory here on June 14.
Joe Coleman, dropping his sec-
ond decision to Red Rolfe's team,
was Detroit's victim as he was
chased during a four-run fifth
~ inning uprising.
Eleven batters went to the plate
against Charley Harris. during a
six-run ninth inning uprising as
the Tigers combined seven hits
with a walk and a sacrifice for
their big rally.
Browns 11, HNts 9
WASHINGTON -(A')- A battle
of 30 hits between Washington
and St. Louis ended in victory for
the visitors yesterday by an 11-9
score.
It was the 15th loss for the Sen-
ators in their last 16 games.
The Browns pounded Paul Cal-
vert for all their runs and 13 of
their 14 hits to deal the bespec-
tacled right-hander his eighth
straight defeat and his 11th for
the season against six victories.
Indians 10, Bosox 6
BOSTON -: (P) - Cleveland's
World Champion Indians crept
within three and a half games of
the American League leading New
York Yankees yesterday by rally-
ing for four runs in the tenth inn-
ing and a 10-6 decision over the
Boston Red Sox.
Indian chief Lou Boudreau
was ejected from the game in
the eighth inning after a long
argument with umpire Bill.
Sommers who ruled Cleveland
outfielder Dale Mitchell had
thrown his glove at a ball hit by
Sox third baseman Johnny Pes-
ky.
Sommers' ruling gave Pesky a

Lions Start
Pre-Seaso n
Grid Drills.
YPSILANTI - (P) - The 1949
model of the Detroit Lions, styled
along what Coach Bo McMillin'
hopes will be decidedly new lines,
will be rolled out onto the practice
field for the first time here Mon-
day. 0
A big squad of 60 players is
scheduled to gather on the campus
of Michigan State Normal College
for the first football practice of
the year.
NEW FACES WILL predomi-
nate. A total of 39 recruits have
been signed for their first entry
into professional ranks.
Some of the standout rookies,
however, won't show up until
Aug. 13, after the All-Star foot-
ball game in Chicago. Taking
part in that contest are fullback
John Panelli of Notre Dame,
halfback Don Doll of Southern
California and ends George
Brodnax of Georgia Tech and,
Barney Hafen of Utah.
All in all, 16 halfbacks, 11 ends,
nine tackles, seven guards, seven
centers, five quarterbacks, and
five fu'llbacks make up the squad.
THE WHOLE GROUP will be
battling for a place on the 32-
member squad permitted under
National Football League rules.
Last year 35 players were allowed.
McMillin, surveying the field,
said:
"We've left no stone unturned
to add speed, depth and versa-
tility.
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Cards Shade Dodgers, 7-6
To Extend First Place Lead

RAY BOONE
. . . homers Tribe to victory
* .* *
he ordinarily would have made
with the hit. The Clout drove in
three runs for the Sox.
Those three tallies, added to
another fashioned in that eighth,
pulled the Sox into a 6-6 tie.
Reserve infielder Johnny Ber-
ardino followed his manager to
the dressing room for chirping
too loudly over the decision from
his seat on the bench.
The Indians, who had been
blanked by Sox ace left hander
Mel Parnell in the ninth, went to
town for their four scores in the
top of the extra inning when Rty
Boone, subbing at short for Bou-
dreau, poled a two-run homer in-
to the screen in left.
* *I *
White Sox 9, Yanks 2
NEW YORK-(P)-The Chicago
White Sox spoiled New York Yan-
kee manager Casey Stengel's cele-
bration of his 59th birthday yes-
terday, whacking the Yanks, 9-2.
The Yankee defeat, coupled with
Cleveland's victory over Boston,
cut the New Yorkers' first place
lead to three and a half games
over the Ohioans.
Chicago manager Jack Onslow
shook up his lineup and the new
blood came through in brilliant
style. Don Wheeler drove home
five runs (CQ) on a double,
triple and two singles and Floyd
Baker knocked in three on a
single, fly out and two walks.
Charley Kress scored four times.
Vic Raschi, gunning for his 16th
victory, was yanked in the fourth

Cardinals extended their first-
place margin over Brooklyn to
two and one half games last night
by defeating the Dodgers 7-6 in a
spine-tingling thriller, with catch-
er Joe Garagiola doubling in Glenn
Nelson with 'the winning run in
the eighth.
Enos Slaughter drove in Stan
Musial with the tying run in the
same inning. Musial had drawn
a base on balls.
The contest was witnessed by a
sellout crowd of 31,614, who were
on their feet most of the time as
the high-flying Cardinals won
their ninth straight game, not
counting two tie contests with
Brooklyn this week.
The clubs will close their crucial
series with an afternoon game.
Phils Take Two
CHICAGO-(VP)-The Philadel-
phia Phillies captured both ends
of a double bill with the Chicago
Cubs here yesterday, 4 to 3, and 9
to 1, before an amazingly large
Saturday crowd of 33,461.
Russ Meyer set his ex-mates
down with only five hits in the
curtain raiser for his eighth vic-
tory. Robin Roberts was almost
as good a workman in the night-
cap, yielding eight hits in breezing
to his 10th win.
The Cubs didn't tally on Rob-
erts until the eighth when Gene
Mauch and Hal Jeffcoat singled
and Phil Cavarretta doubled to
give him a four-for-seven day in
his return to first base.
The Phillies scored once in the
first inning of the nightcap and
then routed Johnny Schmitz with
a four-run outburst in the fifth.

Frankie Gustine opened the gates
with a boot on Richie Ashburn.
After two out Stan Hollmig tripled
and Willie Jones, Eddie Miller and
Del Ennis singled in succession.
Thereafter it turned into a rout,
,with the Phillies rolling up 16 hits.
** *
Giants 8, Reds 7
CINCINNATI -(t) - The New
York Giants edged the Cincinnati
Reds, 8-7, in ten innings yesterday
with Whitey Lockma tripling home
Hank Thompson from first base
with the winning run.
Thompson singled off Ewell
Blackwell, third Cincinnati pitch-
er, with two out in the extra
frame and Lockman followed with
his three bagger on a hit and run
lay.
The Giants clipped Howie Fox
for two runs in the second inning
but the Reds tied the count in the
third at the expense of Monte
Kennedy.
Fox yielded another run in
the fourth on an error and two
singles but the Reds disposed of
Kennedy in the fifth with a four
run rally on Fox' single, Peanuts
Lowrey's double and one-baggers
by Dixie Howell and Red Stall-
cup.
The Giants bounced back and
routed Fox in the sixth, scoring
four runs on as many hits with
Sid Gordon supplying the key
blow, his 21st home run with two
on. The Reds tied it up again in
the eighth on a walk, single and
fly ball. Sheldon Jones, third New
York pitcher, gained credit for the
victory, his eighth.

Snead Tops
a3rd Round
Open Play
ST. PAUL, Minn. - (k) - Sam
Snead caught and passed the lead-
ers in the third round of the
Western Open Golf Tournament
yesterday, firing a seven-under-
par 65 in today's round for a 54-
hole total of 201.
That figure put the White Sul-
phur Springs, W. Va., pro one
stroke ahead of Chick Harbert of
Detroit, who wound up today with
a 68, and a 202 total for 54 holes.
LLOYD MANGRUM, who had
been tied with Harbert for the
lead at the start of today's play,
had some tough luck on the 16th
hole when his drive went into a
trap, and turned in a 69 for 203
and third place.
Snead lost no time in starting
his drive to overtake the leaders.
He cut one stroke off par on the
first hole, taking a three, and
from then on never went over
regulation figures. He was one
under on four more holes of
the first nine to make the turn
with a 31, five under par.
The Professional Golfers Asso-
ciation Champion and holder of
the Master Championship eased
off a bit coming in, but provided
a dramatic finish for the big gal-
lery on the 18th hole.
HE WAS ON THE GREEN in
two, with a 25-foot putt. He
stroked the ball and it headed for
the cup, but missed by inches as
the crowd groaned.
Harbert, like Mangrum, ran into
some trouble in today's round and
it kept him from tying with Snead
for the top. Harbert's trouble was
with his putter on the ninth hole,
where he missed a two-foot putt.
Mangrums toughhluck ondthe
16th hole came when his drive
nestled next to Jimmy Demaret's
ball. Mangrum had no choice but
to waste a stroke getting his ball
back on the fairway.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
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Top College Gridders Prepare -
For Eagles in All-Star Game

triple, instead of the double which during a three run Chicago rally.
Major League Standings

(Continued from Page 2)
tiquities of the Mediterranean
area.
Clements Library: Unique Can-
adiana: A selection of fifteen Ca-
nadian rarities in the Clements
Library. (June 20-Aug. 19).
General Library: Main lobby
cases. Contributions of the Ancient
Mediterranean World of Western
Culture.
Coming Events
University Community Center,
Willow Village. 8 p.m. Monday,
Cooperative Nursery Board Meet-
ing. Tuesday, Aug. 2, 8 p.m., Co-
operative Nursery Tea.
U. of M. Hostel Club. Meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 2, at 7:15 p.m. in
Lane Hall. Slides will be shown.
Anyone interested in outdoor ac-
tivities is welcome.
U. of M. Hostel Club. Mid-week
picnic. August 3 at Silver Lake.
(Continued on Page 4)

EVANSTON, Ill. - (P) - Head
Coach Bud Wilkinson of Oklaho-
ma herded his all-star gridders
through their first rugged scrim-
mage session yesterday to step up
the practice tempo for the annual
All-Star Classic in Soldier Field
Aug. 12.
The Collegians drilled on the
split-T formation they will em-
ploy in the big game against the
Philadelphia Eagles, National
Football League Champions.
THIS FORMATION brought
Oklahoma the Big Seven title last
season and a Sugar Bowl triumph
in New Orleans.
In the scrimmage, several
midwestern college all-stars saw
action.
Pete Elliot, flashy Wolverine
quarterback last season, had a

workout with Indiana's one-man
power house, George Talliaferro.
AT FULLBACK, the All-Stars
have speed for plunging, for fakes
from the split T formation and
fast, accurate blocking.
Frank Tripuka, who guided No-
tre Dame to an undefeated season
last fall, is quickly learning the
split T assignments.
Bob McCurry, Michigan State
fullback, was a casualty-he broke
the little finger of his right hand.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
St. Louis ........58 36 .617 ...
Brooklyn ........55 38 .591 2%1
Boston ...... ....50 45 .526 81/2
Philadelphia .....49 47 .510 10
New York .......47 46 .505 10%
Pittsburgh .......44 48 .478 13
Cincinnati .......38 56 .404 20
Chicago ..........36 61.371 231/2

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
New York .......59 34 .634-...
Cleveland .......56 38 .596 31%2
Boston ..........52 43 .547 8
Philadelphia .....53 44 .546 8
Detroit ..........52 46 .531 9%
Chicago.... ...40 56 .417 2012
Washington .....35 57 .380 231%2
St. Louis ........33 62 .347 27

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