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DAY, JUNE 29, 1949

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

DiMaggio Back in Action as

Yanks Drop Bosox, 5-4

Positions on
A ll-Stars
Still Open
CHICAGO-(M--Three starters
in both the American and National
Leagues remained doubtful yester-
day as the nationwide voting for
the All-Star game in Brooklyn
July 12 neared an end.
* * *
IN THE AMERICAN League, the
fans were undecided about short-
Waitkus To Facef
Young Assailant
CHICAGO-W)-Eddie Wait-
kus, star first baseman of the
Philadelphia Phillies, Thursday
will meet again the girl fan who
shot him in.a strange hotel am-
bush here last June 14.
Waitkus will leave Illinois
Masonic Hospital to appear in
felony court where Ruth Stein-
hagen, 19, will be given a pre-
liminary hearing on the shoot-
ing.
stop, second base, and catcher. In
the National loop, competition still
was close at first, third and catch-
er..
Cass Michaels of the Chicago
White Sox (863,284) and Cleve-
land's Joe Gordon (831,122) are
dueling for the American League
second base assignment. The
junior circuit shortstop battle
must still be settled between
Eddie Joust of the Athletics
(881,415) and Vern Stephens of
the Red Sox (842,763). Also nip-
and tuck are catchers Birdie
Tebbetts of the Red Sox (773,-
516 and Yogi Berra of the Yan-
kees (711,283).
In the National League first
base. scrap, the Giants' Johnny
Mize (684,136) could be edged by
Eddie Waitkus.
EDDIE KAZAK of the Cardinals
(872,663) and Sid Gordon of the
Giants (833,142) apparently will
go to the wire in their National
third base feud. The starting Na-
tional catcher race finds Andy
Seminick of the Phils (712,358)
being pressed by Brooklyn's Roy
Campanella (680,852).
HAIR-CUTS TO FIT
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and individual whims!!
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The DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty near State Theater

'S uga Ray'
To Speed Up
In Title Bouts
NEW YORK - Welterweight
king Ray (Sugar) Robinson said
yesterday he intends to be a fight-
ing champion from now on.
That depends, of course, on his
defeating Kid Gavilan of Cuba in
their 15-round title bout in Phila-
delphia's Municipal Stadium July
11.
THE HARLEM FLASH, through
Manager George Gainsford, said
he doesn't have trouble making the
147-pound welter limit and, be-
sides, the middleweights won't
have any part of him.
"Look," Gainsford said at a
press conference, "let's not kid
ourselves. We've beaten Jake La
Motta (the new middleweight
champion) four out of five
times. He doesn't want to fight
us now. Neither do any of the
other leading middleweights. So
why bother chasing after any of
those guys.
"There have been rumors that
Ray will turn in the welter crown
after the Gavilan fight because of
weight troubles," Gainsford con-
tinued. "I want to say now that
he has no such intentions. He's
able to make the 147 pounds and
will continue as a fighting cham-
pion.
Palmer Leads
NCAA Golfers
AMES, Ia.-(/P)-Arnold Palmer,
19-year-old Wake Forest sopho-
more, took the lead in the 'battle
for medalist honors in the Na-
tional Collegiate Golf Tourna-
ment yesterday with a 141 total.
The Latrobe, Penn., lad fired' a
par 71 to go with his opening 70.
He drove th e254-yard 18th hole
and went down in two puts for a
birdie 3.
HARVIE WARD, of North Caro-
lina University, first round leader
with a 69, slipped to a 74 for his
second round. Ward was in sec-
ond place.
Second round scores of Michi-
gan players were not available at
press time. Leo Hauser led the
Wolverines in the opening round
with a 73.

Joltin' Joe Wallops Home Run, Single;
Indians Stop Tigers, 4-2; Dodegers Win

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BOSTON - After missing 65
games, Joe DiMaggio celebrated
his 1949 debut by homering the
New York Yankees into a 5-4 win
over the Boston Red Sox last
night before a 36,228 crowd, larg-
est of the Fenway season.
Joltin' Joe also handled six
chances and ended the game by
gathering in Ted Williams' fly
with the tying run on third base.
Allie Reynolds, who needed help
from Joe Page in the ninth,
turned in his eighth win against
one defeat.
* * *
CLEVELAND - Bob Lemon
pitched effectively in the pinches
and drove in what proved to be
the winning run as the Cleveland
Indians defeated the Detroit Tig-
ers 4-2 last night before about
50,000 fans.
Lemon hit a double to left
field to score Bob Kennedy in
the third inning with the score
tied 2-2. Virgil Trucks was the
losing pitcher.
* * *
PHILADELPHIA - Duke Sni-
der's three-run homer off pitcher
Robin Roberts in the seventh inn-
ing gave the Brooklyn Dodgers a
5 to 3 victory over the Philadel-
phia Phillies last night at Shibe
Park. Preacher Roe went the dis-
tance to record his seventh vic-
tory of the season for the league
leaders.

Probable Pitchers
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston at New York-Bick-
ford (9-3) vs. Jansen (6-9).
Brooklyn at Philadelphia
(night)-Hatten (6-3) or Bar-
ney (3-5) vs. Heintzelman (8-
3).
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh-
Erautt (3-6) vs. Lombardi (1-
1).
Chicago at St. Louis (night)
-Hacker (2-1) vs. Brazle (6-3).
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit at Cleveland (2)-
(night)-Gray (4-4) and New-
houser (9-6) vs. Bearden (5-5)
and Feller (4-6).
New York at Boston-Byrne
(5-4) vs. Kinder (7-4).
Philadelphia at Washington
(night)-Schieb (2-6) vs. Scar-
borough (7-5).
St. Louis at Chicago-Garver
(3-7) vs. Pierce (2-5).
NEW YORK-Clint Hartung
pitched and batted the New
York Gianst to a 2-1 three hit
triumph over the Boston Braves
last night.
Hartung blasted his third
homer of the season in the fifth
inning for what proved to be
the deciding run. Sid Gordon
clouted his 12th four-bagger in
the fourth for the Giants' first
run.

WASHINGTON - Alex Kellner
won his fifth straight game and
his 11th of the season last night
as the Philadelphia Athletics de-
feated Washington 6-1. The left-
handed Kellner limited the Sena-
tors to seven hits.
* * *
ST. LOUIS - Howie Pollet
pitched his second shut-out of
the year as his St. Louis Car-
dinal teammates pushed acrosl
five runs for a 5-0 victory over
the Chicago Cubs last night.
Pollet allowed eight hits-three
of them doubles-and struck out
five.
* * *
CHICAGO - Johnny Sullivan's
double and Gerry Priddy's single
gave the St. Louis Browns a 7-6
victory over the Chicago White
Sox in 12 innings before 9,456
persons here last night.
The victory, St. Louis' first in
eight games against Chicago this
season, enabled the Browns to
snap a five-game losing streak as
Bill Kennedy received credit for
his first decision after six innings
of relief pitching on a yield of
just one scratch single.
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Seven Games
Launch Play
In IM Loop
The IM softball league opened
their season with seven games last
night.
Highlighting the evening was
the three hit pitching performance
by Eifert of Theta Xi in their
game against Phi Gamma Delta.
The Phi Game were smothered 14-
1.
* * 4
IN TE THETA Delta Chi-
Theta Chi contest, the Theta Delts
broke up an 8-8 ball game with a
three run rally in the top of the
sixth. Pitcher Tom Moore let a
couple of men get on to threaten
in the last of the sixth, but he
bore down to retire the side with-
out a run to keep his 11-8 mar-
gin.
Other close games were the 7-
6 victory of Sigma Chi over Phi
Kappa Psi and the defeat of Phi
Kappa Tau at the hands of
Strauss House by the same mar-
gin. Bob Seeley broke up the
Sig. Phi Psi game with a single
in the last inning to score Neil.
Ceeley and end the game.
Phi Kappa Tau rallied in the top
of the sixth to score three runs
and tie the game 6-6 but Strauss
managed to push across the
winning run in their half of the
inning.

THE OLD COLLEGE TRY-Top-seeded Ted Schroeder of La-
Crescenta, Calif., lone Amer'ican entry remaining in singles
competition, puts everything he has into a return against Vladimir
Czernick of Czechoslovakia in the fourth round of the men's
singles at Wimbledon. Schroeder's college try paid off. He beat
Czernick, 6-3, 8-6, 8-6.
* * * *
Falkenburg-Drobny Duo Falls
As Wimbledon Upsets Continue

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LONDON - (W) - Two seeded
men's doubles teams were knock-
ed out of the Widbledon Tennis
championships yesterday in a pair
of thrill-packed upsets.
John Bromwich and Frank
Sedgman, the second-seeded de-
fending champions from Austra-
lia, bowed to Budge "Giant killer"
Patty of Los Angeles and Eric
Sturgess of South Africa, 6-8, 6-3,
7-5, 3-6, 6-3.
Fourth-seeded Bob Falkenburg
of Beverly Hills, Calif., and Jaro-
slav Drobny .of Czechoslovakia fell
before an all-Australian tandem,
Geoff Brown and Billy Sidwell,
6-3, 3-6, 7-5, 6-8, 8-6.
Two seeded American doubles
combinations came through to
the semi-finals on schedule as the
heat wave continued and the ten-
nis fatched its 87-degree warmth.
Pancho Gonzales andFrankie
Parker of Los Angeles crushed the

Italian Davis Cuppers, Gianni Cu-
celli and Marcello Del Bello, 6-3,
6-1, 6-3 in jig time.
I-M Softball
WEDNESDAY
Cooley vs. Prescott
Tyler vs. Greene
Dodgers vs. Veterans
Hard Rocks vs. Derelicts
Sportsmen vs. Michigan Co-op
Chemistry vs. Fletcher Hall
Romance Language vs. Ec.
Department
THURSDAY
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Theta Xi
Sigma Chi vs. ZBT -

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