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THE 'MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TIMIUE

Here

We Go Again: DiMa g Homers as

Yankees

Win

FINISH FOR 'M':
Olson, LeClair Beaten
In NCAA Links Play

Joe Hammers Fourth in T hree Days;
Tigers Blast Indians;Dodgers Lose

(Special to The Daily)
AMES, Ia.-A pair of Michigan
golfers, Bob Olson and Keith Le-
Clair were eliminated yesterday in
the hot battle for the National
Collegiate championship here.
They were the lone members of
the Wolverine team, Big Nine
champions and fourth place fin-
ishers in the National Team cham-
pionships here, to survive the first
round of thermatch play tourney.
OLSON LOST to Harvie Ward
of North Carolina who has now
advanced to the quarter-finals
play while LeClair was dropped by
Bill Johnston of Utah who went
to defeat in subsequent play.
In other matches, Arnold Pal-
mer, the tournament medalist
from Wake Forest swept through
two rounds to enter the quarter
finals. The 19 year old Latrobe,
Pa., lad strayed above par for
the first time in a 2-up second
round victory over Harold
Spears of Georgia. But he re-
turned to form in the afternoon
for a 5 and 4 triumph over Tom
Sullivan of Miami (Fla.) Uni-
versity.
Sullivan, like his opponent the
son of a professional, couldn't

chip shot that cinched him a
birdie 3 on the 18th green.
Veech advanced into the third
round by stopping Al Littleton,
Wichita University, 2 up.
GARDNER DICKINSON, Louis-
iana State's co-medalist of 1948,
toppled Dave Dennis of Kansas,
7 and 5, to get a quarterfinal pair-
ing with Ward. Dickinson was a
2 and 1 winner over Dick Turner,
Oklahoma A. & M., in the morn-
ing.
Hottest golf of the day was
fired by Norris Williams, Jr.,
the slender University of Texas
boy.
Williams dipped to three under
par to oust Fred Wampler, Pur-
due's Big Ten co-ehampion, 5 and
3, in the second round, and cooled
off only a little in the afternoon
when he shot even par for a 5 and
4 decision over Bob McCall of
Colgate.
BUSTER REED of North Texas
State defeated his teammate,
Palmer Lawrence, 2 and 1, and
will play Williams this morning in
the first lower bracket quarter-
through Bill Smith, University of
Texas, 7 and 5, in the second
round.
Dave Laflin, another Purdue
sophomore, smashed the hopes
of Johnston, the Skyline Con-
ference champion from the Uni-
versity of Utah. Laflin won 5
and 4 after leading 3 up at the
turn. Laflin's second round vic-
(Chicago) 1 up in 19 holes. E
Laflin will get together with Eli
Bariteau, San Jose State senior, in
the fourth match in the morning.
Bariteau, who will be 21 today
eliminated Bob Travenick of
Southern California, 5 and,. 4, in
the third round after beating Al
Besselink, Miami (Fla.), 1 up.
Two 18-hole rounds will be
played again today with the two
finalists determined in afternoon
semifinals.
I-M NEWS
Two forfeit games were included
among yesterday's intramural fra-
ternity league contests.
Zeta Beta Tau and Lambda Chi
Alpha were given 7-0 forfeit vic-
tories when their respective op-
ponents, Sigma Chi and Phi
Gamma Delta, failed to show up.
One run was the margin of tri-
umph for both the Phi Kappa
Psis and Strauss Hall. The Phi
Kappa Psis defeated Theta Xi, 6
to 5, while Strauss shaded Gamma,
5 to 4.
In the other three games, seven
or more runs separated the two
opponents. Alpha Chi Sigma blast-
ed Theta Delta Chi, 11 to 4; Phi
Kappa Tau drubbed Theta Chi,
15-2; and Prescott House set the
night's pace in run-production,
mesmerizing Hayden House, 17-
4.

KOKOS KAUGHT-St. Louis Browns outfielder Dick Kokos (center) is ltagged out by second base-
man Cass Michaels of the Chicago White Sox on an attempted steal of second in the eighth inning
of Friday night's contest at Comiskey Park. That wasn't enough to stop the Brownies, however, as
they went on to win a 1-0 decision. The umpire is veteran Bill McGowan.
DOUBLE TROUBLE:
Schroeder-Mullov in Wimbledon Finals

LONDON-(P)-The top-seededl
American team of Ted Schroeder
and Gardnar Mulloy overcame
controversial line decisions and
two tough Australians yesterday
to reach the finals of the Wimble-
don men's doubles tennis cham-!
pionship.
The Yanks beat peppery Geoff

Brown and Billy Sidwell 6-4, 3-6.
6-8, 6-3, 9-7, after escaping from
close enough scrapes to last a life-
time.
* * *
CAPPING a glorious comeback,
the Americans saved two match
points when trailing 6-5 in the

BOB OLSON
. .eliminated
* * 4
match Palmer's one-under par
performance in the 14 holes in the
Wake Forest boy needed to win.
WARD OF NORTH Carolina
University, a red-hot rival of Pal-
mer's down in the Tarheel State,
moved ahead with a 2 up victory
over Bo Wininger of Oklahoma A.
& M., three-time champion of the
Missouri Valley Conference.
Tommy Veech, the 250-pound
Notre Dame boy, earned a quar-
ter final engagement with Pal-
mer, by eliminating John Hare,
Purdue sophomore, 1 up. Veech
licked Hare with a beautiful
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Major League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE G
W. L. Pet. G.B. WV L Pet. GB
Brooklyn ......41 26 .612 ... New York .....44 24 .647 ...
St. Louis ......40 27 .597 1 Philadelphia .. .39 30 .565 512
Philadelphia ... 38 32 .543 42 Detroit ........38 31 .551 61z
Boston ........ 38 32 .543 42 Cleveland .....35 30 .538 72
New York... 33 34 .493 8 Boston.........35 31 .530 8
Cincinnati .....27 38 .415 13 Washington .. .31 35 .470 12
Pittsburgh . . . .27 39 .409 1312 Chicago........27 42 .391 171/
Chicago .......26 42 .382.15'1 St. Louis ......20 46 .303 23
TODAY'S RESULTS TODAY'S RESULTS
Boston 3-6, New York 0-2. Detroit 12, Cleveland 6.
Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 2. New York 6, Boston 3.
Chicago 12, St. Louis 5. St. Louis at Chicago not sched-
Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 0. uled.
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deciding set. They were stoutly
encouraged by many of the 17,000
usually sedate English fans who
demonstrated against what they
considered raw decisions by lines-
men and umpire.
The other men's semi-final
was put over to today, inasmuch
as none of the participants is
concerned with the singles final
between Schroeder and Jaroslav
Drobny of Czechoslovakia.
Pancho Gonzales and Frankie
Parker of Los Angeles are favored
to oust Budge Patty, still another
Los Angeles product, and Eric
Sturgess of South Africa, and thus
make tomorrow's final an all-
American affair.
BEFORE AND AFTER yester-
day's two and a half hour men's
duel, Mrs. Margaret Osborne Du-
Pont of Bellevue, Del., and Louise
Brough of Beverly Hills smashed
into the women's singles final with
one-sided victories over a pair of
less talented Americans.
Mrs. DuPont routed Mrs. Hel-
en Pedersen Rihbany of Bos-
ton, 6-2, 6-2, scoring with every-
thing except aces. They were
unnecessary. Louise, defending
champion, qualified for her third
Wimbledon singles final in four
years by knocking Mrs. Pat
Todd of La Jolla, Calif, off the
court in 28 minutes, 6-3, 6-0.
The women's doubles was boiled
down on the sun browned courts
to the semi-finals. Three teams
are American and one British.
* * *
MRS. RIHBANY and Shirley
Fry of Akron, Ohio, beat Mrs.
Molly Blair and Jean Quertier of
Britain, 6-3, 5-7, 11-9. Joy Gan-
non and Mrs. Betty Hilton beat
Mrs. P. F. Glover and Mrs. Mar-
got Gordon, 6-2, 6-2, in an all-
British quarterfinal.

By The Associated Press
BOSTON-The devastating bat
of Joltin' Joe DiMaggio did it
again yesterday.
The great Yankee Clipper, for
the third straight day, crashed a
home run in Fenway Park, to lead
the league-leading New York Yan- I
kees to a 6-3 victory over the Bos-
ton Red Sox.
The circuit clout, his fourth
since entering the lineup for the
first time this season last Tues-
day, came with two on in the
seventh inning, and provided
the winning margin.
The victory enabled the Yankees
to sweep the three-game series
from the Sox, and put them eight
games in front of the club Yankee
manager Casey Stengel regards as
the one to beat for the flag.
DiMaggio's sensational slug-
ging climaxed a three-day hit-
ting spree that gave the star
centerfielder a total of five hits
in 11 official times at bat, and
nine runs batted in. His last
four hits all have been for the
distance. Joe's four - baggers
were responsible for the Yan-
kees winning the first two
games.
DiMaggio's four homers also
gave him a major league total of
307 to tie him with Johnny Mize
of the New York Giants for the
most round trippers by an active
player. a
CLEVELAND - The Detroit Ti-
gers moved back into third place
in the American League yesterday
on a splurge of 17 hits which
snowed the Cleveland Indians un-
der, 12-6.
The Tigers punished four Cleve-
land pitchers, but starter Early
Wynn, big righthander, was charg-
ed with the loss. He was chased
from the mound in the second
inning.
Rightfielder Vic Wertz poled
out his ninth home run, two
doubles and a single in five
times up to drive in five Detroit
runs. Winning pitcher Art Hout-
teman got three singles in five
trips and drove in two tallies.
Four unearned runs after third
baseman Lou Boudreau's fumble
at the start of the fourth inning
gave the Tigers an 8-2 lead, and
they coasted on to triumph from
there.
* * *
PHILADELPHIA - Ken Heintz-
elman ended a four-game Phila-
delphia losing streak as well as
a four-game Brooklyn winning
skein today, pitching the Phils to
a 4-2 victory over the Dodgers.
The veteran southpaw scattered
five hits for his ninth triumph.
The Phillies broke a 2-2 tie in
the eighth inning when starter
Joe Hatten was knocked out.

R.ichie Ashburn beat out a bunt
for his third hit, and when Billy
Cox threw wild into right field,
Ashburn took an extra base.
Gran Hamner sacrificed and
Dick Sisler's second double scored
Ashburn. With Jack Banta on the
mound, Del Ennis got his third
hit to bring in Sisler.
ST. LOUIS-Right Fielder Hank
Edwards caught fire here yester-
day and led the Chicago Cubs to
a 12-5 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals.
Edwards slammed two home
runs, scored five times out of
five trips to the plate and drove
in four tallies.
The round trippers, one in the
fourth and the other in the sev-
enth inning, brought Edward's to-
tal f or this year to seven. His first
yesterday was poled on a three
and nothing pitch with no one on.
The second scored Hank Sauer,
who had singled to center.
PITTSBURGH-The Pirates got
only four hits off Howie Fox yes-
terday, but they bunched three of
them in the sixth inning to beat
Cincinnati 2-1.
Aside from that fateful sixth,
Fox showed the fans a master-
piece of pitching. He cut down
the first 13 Pirates to face him,
before Westlake tripled in the
fifth.
He got the next four, too, and
had two out in the sixth when
Pete Castiglione and ohnny Hopp
singled.
Rookie Dino Restelli then dou-
bled to left center with the decid-
ing blow.
NEW YORK - Boston's Braves
swept a double-header from the
New York Giants yesterday, 3-0
and 6-2, to move into a third place
tie with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Bill Voiselle and Elbie Fletcher,
two men the Giants practically
gave away, collaborated to win the
first game.
Voiselle, traded away by the
Giants two years ago for a useless
Mort Cooper, blanked his old
mates with four hits.
Fletcher, sold by the Giants to
the Braves a month ago, accoun-
ted for all Boston's runs. He slam-
med a three-run homer off Hank
Behrman in the fifth.
, * * * -
WASHINGTON - Washington
exploded for four runs with two
out in the eighth inning to de-

feat Philadelphia, 8-6, last night.
The loss dropped the second place
Athletics 512 games back of the
New York Yankees.
Dick Fowler, bidding for a sev-
enth successive win, was the victim
of the Senators' uprising. With two
out in the eighth and the score
locked at 4-4, Sam Dente beat out
a bunt and Al Evans walked. Dick
Weik, rookie pitcher who won his
first game of the year, singled to
left, scoring Dente. Gil Coan fol-
lowed with a looping triple to
center, scoring Evans and Weik,
then stole home.
Philadelphia . surged back with
two runs in the ninth when Nel-
son Fox and Wally Moses walked,
Eddie Joost doubled and Taft
Wright grounded out, but Weik
checked the rally.
Girl Who Shot
Phils' Waitkus
CHICAGO-AP)-Eddie Waitkus'
most fanatical admirer was sent
away for mental treatment yester-
day almost as quickly as she shot
the first baseman in a hotel room
16 days ago.
Between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
these things happened to Miss
Ruth Ann Steinhagen, 19-year-old
former typist who bore a secret
crush on thePhiladelphia Phillies'
first baseman for two years:
1. She and Waitkus, who was in
a wheelchair recuperating from a
.22 caliber rifle bullet wound, met
socially for the second time in
the felony courtroom of Judge
Matthew D. Hartigan.
2.hAf ter a brief hearing at
which Waitkus told of the
strange assault, Judge Hartigan
fixed the girl's bond at $50,000
and held her for action by the
grand jury on a charge of as-
sault with intent to murder.
3. The Cook County (Chicago)
Grand Jury voted a true bill which
was returned before Chief Justice
James J. McDermott of the crim-
inal court as an indictment for
assault with intent to murder.
4. A criminal court jury of
six men and six women adjudged
the girl insane. Judge McDer-
mott ordered her committed to
the Kankakee State Hospital for
treatment.
5. At 2 p.m. she arrived at Kan-
kakee Hospital.

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Batting Leaders
Player Team AB H
Robinson, Dodgers . .271 99
Kell, Tigers.......235 83
Kiner, Pirates.....236 82
Schoendienst, Cards. 269 92
DiMaggio, Red Sox .256 85
Wertz, Tigers ......275 90

Pct.
.365
.353
.347
.342
.332
.327

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