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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Take Opener,

4-0;

Tribe Cops Nightcap, 8-7

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Pair of DiMaggio Home Runs Give,
Yankees 9-7 Triumph Over Boston

ON THE FAIRWAY:
LeClair., Olson Qualify
In NCAA Golf Tourney

CLEVELAND -(P)- Hal New-
houser limited the Cleveland In-
dians to six hits tonight as De-
troit's Tigers won a 4-0 victory in
the first game of a twilight-night
double header.
It was Newhouser's 10th victory
against six defeats. The Tigers
pounded four Cleveland hurlers
for 12 blows. Gene Bearden was
the losing pitcher.
The Indians rallied in the ninth
inning and scored six runs to de-
feat the Tigers, 8 to 7, in the sec-
ond game of the doubleheader.
Hal Newhouser beat the tribe in
the first game, 4-0.
* * *
BOSTON-(P)-Jolting Joe Di-
Maggio pounded out two home
runs and drove home four runs
yesterday to spark the New York
Yankees to a thrilling 9-7 triumph
over the Boston Red Sox before
29,563 fans.
DiMaggio, who played his first
game of the season last night and
led the Yanks to a 5-4 triumph
over Boston with a two run homer,
hit for the circuit with two on in
the fifth and with the bases empty
in the eighth.
His eighth inning blast, off lefty
Earl Johnson, turned out to be
the winning blow. The Yanks add-
ed another run in the ninth when
Phil Rizzuto beat out a bunt with
the bases loaded
Lefty Joe Page, who saved last
night's game, pitched the final
three innings and allowed only one
hit to gain credit for his sixth
victory. He has lost three.
ST. LOUIS - (P) - A four-run
fourth inning attack at the ex-
pense of Warren Hacker helped
the St. Louis Cardinals to a 7-4
triumph over the last-place Chi-
cago Cubs last night. Al Brazle,
in trouble frequently, gave up 12
hits, but lasted the nine innings
for his seventh victory of the year.
PHILADELPHIA-(/P) - Ralph
Branca pitched a five hitter to-
night to record his 10thivictory
against only one defeat as the
league leading Brooklyn Dodgers
beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5 to
1 at Shibe Park. Left hander Curt
Simmons took the rap for the
Phils who lost for the second
straight night to the Dodgers.
* * *
WASHINGTON - Q?) - Carl
Sheib snapped a personal 6-game
I-M Softball
THURSDAY
Hayden vs. Prescott
Phi Kappa Tau vs. Theta Chi
Theta Delta Chi vs. Alpha Chi
Sigma
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Theta Xi
Sigma Chi ivs. ZBT
Phi Gamma Delta vs. Lamda
Chi Alpha
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losing streak and posted his third
victory of the season last night as
the Philadelphia Athletics defeat-
ed Washington, 7-4.
Scheib was hammered for 11
hits, including a home run and
triple by Eddie Stewart, but was
lifted to triumph by the A's 4-
run seventh inning outburst after
the Senators had tied the score
at 3-3.
Philadelphia accumulated eight
hits off five Washington pitchers,
with Ferris Fain and Mike Guerra
collecting two hits each.
* * *
PITTSBURGH - (A) -- Ralph
Kiner batted the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates to a 7-3 victory over the Cin-
cinnati Reds yesterday. He drove
in five runs with a double and a
grand slam homer. It was his 19th
home run of the season.
Kiner's blasting made it easy for
little Vic Lombardi to twirl his
second victory.
The tiny lef tie gave up only nine
hits, one a homer by Virgil Stall-
cup.
Pirate manager Billy Meyer was
chased off the bench by Umpire
George Barr in the eighth after
he strongly protested a play at
first.
NEW YORK - (A) - The New
York Giants, aided by some sloppy
Boston fielding, thumped Ve n
Probable Pitchers
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston at New York (2)-
Voiselle (3-1) and Elliott (0-1)
vs. Behrman (3-0) and Ken-
nedy (5-6).
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh -
Fox (4-6) vs. Chambers (2-1).
Chicago at St. Louis-Rush
(5-9) vs. Munger (6-2).
Brooklyn at Philadelphia -
Hatten (6-3) vs. Heintzelman
(8-3).
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York at Boston-Rasehi
(11-2) vs. Parnell (10-3).
Detroit at Cleveland-Hout-
teman (3-2) vs. Wynn (4-0).
Philadelphia at Washington
(Night)Fowler (7-3) vs. Cal-
vert (6-7).
(Only games scheduled.)

AMES, Ia.-(P) - Medalist Ar-!
nold Palmer of Wake Forest led
the "big four" of qualifying activ-
ity through first round match play
yesterday in the National Colle-
giate Golf Tournament.
Palmer, a business-like young
man of 19 who grabbed medalist
honors with a course record 141,
one under par, continued his hot
shooting against Marion Pfluger,
University of Texas, for a 4 and 3
victory.
PURDUE'S FRED Wampler;
Harvie Ward, the North Carolina
star, and Bill Johnston of Utah,
closest challengers to Palmer in
the 36-hole qualifying test, came
through with first round triumphs.
Wampler, co-champion of the
Big Ten, stopped Marvin Wor -
sham, a teammate of Palmer at
Wake Forest, 3 and 2.
Ward eliminated Bud Tim-
brook of Louisiana State 3 and
2 and Johnston, champion of
the skyline conference, stag-
gered to a 1-up decision over
John Cleary of Purdue.
Five of the 32 matches went into
extra holes.
Major League
Standings

THE LONGEST was 21 holes,
won by Keith LeClair of Michigan
from Charles Hendrickson of Ohio
State. LeClair canned a 25-foot
putt for an eagle 2 to square the
match on the 18th green.
Al Littleton of Wichita Uni-
versity halted L. M. Crannell,
who led North Texas State to
the team title, on the 20th green.
Bob Travenick, Southern Cali-
fornia, outlasted Don Byrd, Ari-
zona, and Dave Laflin, Purdue,
edged Roger Kessler, Michigan,
also in 20 holes.
Ed Schalon of Michigan, Big
Ten co-champion with Wampler,
lost to Bob McCall of Colgate in
19.

Schroeder 1
GainsFinals
LONDON--P)-Ted Schroeder,
the lion-hearted scrapper from,
La Crescent, Calif., stormed from
behind to beat South African Eric
Sturgess today and gain the final
of the Wimbledon singles tennis1
championship.
Dowager Queen Mary and 17,0001
other fans saw the last American
survivor beat the classy Empire
hope, 3-6, 7-5, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2, by1
finally getting the jump at the1
net.
* * *
FOR THE TITLE on Friday,
Schrdeder will meet Jaroslav
Drobny, the bouncing Czech, who
routed Australia's John Bromwich,
6-1, 6-3, 6-2, in a faltering dem-
onstration by the veteran from
down under.'
The crowd was silent as the
demoralized Bromwich bowed, a
contrast to the cheers that
greeted the thrills supplied by
Schroeder in another of his
classic comebacks.
The fighting Yank's finish was
so devastating that Sturgess, be-
fuddled at his failure to keep
Schroeder from the net, made a
feeble submission in the stretch.

Intramural softball play began
yesterday for members of Inde-
pendent and Residence Hall teams
with some creditable pitching per-
formances being turned in.
Prescott shut out Cooley, 9-0;
Greene trounced Tyler, 10-1;
Chemistry defeated Fletcher Hall,
4-1; the No Names eked out a 2-1
decision over the Dodgers; and
the Hard Rocks posted an 8-5 tri-
umph over the Derelicts.
* * *
IN WHAT WAS probably the
best game of the afternoon, the
No Names' Duane McKeachie and
Dodger moundsman Fred Serma
locked horns in a tight pitching
duel which saw the No Names
emerge a 2-1 victor.
McKeachie allowed only three
hits, but loser Serma was al-
most as effective, surrendering
but four safeties.
The No Names grouped two of
those hits in the fourth frame to
break a 1-1 tie when a pass to
Frank VanSychioc and successive
hits by Edwin Senkbiel and Bob

Good Pitching Highlights
Intramural Softball Play

Peterson produced the winning
score.
THE CHEMISTRY hurler per-
mitted only two safe blows and
struck out 10 in registering his 4-1
triumph over Fletcher Hall.
Chuck Rank and Bob Cornell
homered to help Prescott pitcher
Bill Kramp coast along to an
easy, 9-0 shutout victory for
Cooley. Kramp gave up only
three hits in setting Cooley
down.
Greene's John Petter had a per-
fect day at the plate, banging out
four hits in as many trips, to lead
his teammates to their 10-1 win
over Tyler. Greene hitters combed
Tyler's pitching staff for 13 hits,
while Greene hurler Chuck Snyder
fanned nine and was solved for
only five safeties.
The Hard Rocks out-scored the
Derelicts, 8-5, in a free-hitting
contest.
Two contests-Sportsmen vs.
Michigan Co-op and Romance
Language vs. Economics Depart-
ment - were postponed to be
played at a later date.

Two 18-hole rounds will
played tomorrow.

be)

HITS TOO-Bob Lemon, Cleve-
land Indians Pitcher, who slam-
med out a pinch hit double with
the bases loaded in the ninth
inning to defeat the Detroit
Tigers 8-7.
* * *
Bickford, ace righthander, and the
Braves, 9-3, yesterday.
Bickford, gunning for his tenth
victory, was knocked from the box
in the third inning when the
Giants scored six runs on five
hits and three errors.
CHICAGO-(P)-The St. Louis
Browns used a 1-0 victory here
yesterday to sweep a two-game
series from the Chicago White Sox.
Dick Kokos' eighth inning single
decided a pitchers' battle between
Ned Garver and Billy Pierce.
One of Pierce's four base on
balls set up the only run of the
game. Johnny Sullivan, who scored
the winning run in St. Louis' 7-6
victory Tuesday night, walked to
open the eighth.
Gerry Priddy sacrificed, and'
Kokos singled Sullivan to seal
Pierce's sixthsetback in pitching
the route for the first time this
season.
The White Sox, held to five hits
by Garver, didn't get a runner past
second base in falling to within
five and a half games of the last
place-Browns.

OTHER RESULTS today in-
cluded:
Tommy Veech, Notre Dame,Cde-
feated Roy McKenzie, North Car-
olina, 6 and 5.
John Hare, Purdue, defeated Bill
Shields, Siena College, 3 and 2.
Jack Webb, Iowa State, defeat-
ed Warren McCarty, San Jose
State, 2 and 1.
Bob Olson, Michigan, defeated
Ernie Kellberg, Stanford, 1 up.
Bo Wininger, Oklahoma A&M,
defeated Leo Hauser, Michigan, 4
and 2.
,Dick Turner, Oklahoma A&M,
defeated W. G. Carlson, Iowa, 4
and 3.
Morris Williams, Texas, defeat-
ed Earl Burt, Michigan Normal, 1
up.

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SHOES

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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W.
New York ........43
Philadelpria.....39,
Cleveland ........35
Detroit ..........37
Boston ..........35.
Washington ......30
Chicago .........27
St. Louis ........20

L.
24
29
29
31
30
35
42
46

Pct.
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.547
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.462
.391
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W. L. Pet.
Brooklyn........41 25 .621
St. Louis........40 26 .606
Philadelphia .....37 32 .536
Boston ..........36 32 .529
New York .......33 32 .508
Cincinpati .......27 27 .422
Pittsburgh .......26 39 .400
Chicago .........25 42 .373

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Rackham Amphitheater. Students
enrolled in Forestry 194f and City
Planning 200s are required to at-
tend this lecture. Other students
and the general public are invited.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Don-
ald Guy Sheets, Pharmaceutical
Chemistry; thesis: "Derivatives of
Thianaphthene," Friday, July 1,
2525 Chemistry Bldg., at 2:00 p.m.
Chairman, F. F. Blicke.
FO R EVERY SPO RT

Concerts
Carillon Recital. Professor Per-
cival Price, University Carillon-
neur. 7:15 to 8:00 p.m.
Exhibitions
Museum of Art: Michigan Water
Color Society, 3rd Annual; Islamic
Pottery; Alumni Memorial Hall,
daily 9-5, Sundays 2-5. The public
is invited.
Events Today
Congregational-Disciples Guild:
A forum on "The Ancient Faith
in a Modern World," will be led
by H. L. Pickerill, Director, at the
Guild House, 438 Maynard Street,
at 7:00 p.m.
Young Democrats: Open meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union,
Thurs., June 30. Prof. John P.
Dawson, of the Law School, will
speak. on Democlatic Party prin-
cipals and policies, current and
future, and will then lead a dis-

cussion from the floor. All stu-
dents, faculty, and the general
public are cordially invited to at-
tend and actively participate.
There will be a meeting of the
U. of M. Young Republican Club
Thursday evening, 7:30, in the Tea
Room at the League. New stu-
dents interested in the club as
well as all members are invited to
attend.
Sociedad Hispanica: Conversa-
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