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JULY 10, 1949{



Cardinals Cut Brooklyn Lea don Musial's


4 1

American League Resumes
Favorite Role in All-Star Tilt

Bums Bow to Giants, 9-5;
Bosox Drop A's, Halt Kellner at Six in Row;
PiratesWhip Chicago To Extend Win Streak
4-.- - - -- - -- - - - - -

* * *


BROOKLYN-(P)-Drag out the
standing head-"American League
favored in All-Star Game."
Once again the Americans will
be the popular choice over the pick
of the National League in the 16th
annual "classic" to be played
Tuesday afternoon at Ebbets
Field. An 11-4 victory edge for the
American is the reason.
NEW NAMES, new faces but
the same old story. That has been
the All-Star history in recent years
with the American working on a
Umps Named
CINCINNATI- ()-Baseball
Commissioner A. B. Chandler
yesterday named three Na-
tional and three American
League umpires to handle the
All-Star Game at Ebbetts Field,
Brooklyn, on Tuesday.
William Summers, Cal Hub-
bard and William Grieve will
represent the American League
and Al Barlick, Art Gore and
Lee Ballanfant, the National.
Grieve and Ballanfant will
serve as alternates.
Chandler, also named the fol-
lowing official scorers: Roscoe
McGowan, the New York
Times; Lou Niss, the Brooklyn
Eagle, and Milton Gross, the
New York Post.
Mel Allen and Jim Britt will
be the radio anpouncers and
Red Barber, the television an-
nouncer, the commissioner said.
three-game win streak. Not since
1944, when Billy Southworth man-
aged a 7-1 victory at Pittsburgh,
has the National won. Before that
it was 1940, with three American
triumphs in between.
Southworth is back again as
skipper of the 1948 pennant-
winning Boston Braves. He has
the advantage of playing in a
National League park where
their four victories have been
scored. A crowd of about 34,000
Is expected at game time (12 :30


Here Too
Next Thursday at Ferry Field-
a Fraternity All Star team will
clash with the combined Inde-
pendent - Residence Hall All
Stars in an inter-league I-M
All Star softball game.
The Fraternity team will be
captained by Don Robinson. Al
Maslin will pilot the Indepen-
The captains will pick the
two outstanding players from
each team in all three I-M loops
to appear in the game.

Locke Sweeps to Easy
Victory in British Open

... southpaw hope
* * *
p.m., ETS). The game will
broadcast and televised.


For a change, it seems that most
of the All-Stars, whether picked
by the vote of 4,637,743 fans or the
respective managers, will show up
in playing condition. Too many
have avoided the game in the past
on the pretext of minor injuries.

* * am


OF THE STARTING lineups, as
picked by the fans, only right
fielder Tommy Henrich of the
New York Yankees is on the
doubtful list. Henrich missed about
a week because of a painful knee
George Kell of Detroit, the
Americans' third baseman, re-
turned to the lineup after being
sidelined by a foot injury and
Andy Seminick of the Phils, the
National League starting catch-
er, is just getting back to work
after a layoff. All starters, ex-
cept the pitchers, must play
three innings. No pitcher can go
more than three except in an
extra inning game.
If you recall, there was quite a
rumpus last July at St. Louis when
Bobby Feller "withdrew" from the
game at his own request.

Leaguers, minus full time service
from Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams,
Hal Newhouser and Kell, trimmed
the Nationals just the same, 5-2.
DiMaggio, Williams and Newhous-
er got into the lineup as pinch
batters or runners.
Newhouser wasn't picked this
year. Manager Lou Boudreau,
usually the All-Star shortstop
but now a non-playing manager
passed up lefty Hal because of
his poor early record. Boudreau,
incidentally, wasn't named as a
player for the first time in years
but will be present because he
managed Cleveland to the pen-
nant and World Series last fall.
Both Boudreau and Southworth
lean heavily on southpaw pitching
in their selections. Boudreau will
have three lefties in Lou Brissie
and Alex Kellner of the Philadel-
phia A's and Mel Parnell of the
Boston Red Sox. To back'them up
he'll have righthander Vic Raschi
of New York, the likely starter,
Allie Reynolds of the Yanks and
Virgil Trucks of Detroit on his
seven-man staff.
* *, *
SOUTHWORTH'S lefthanders
are Warren Spahn of the Braves,
Howie Pollet of St. Louis and
Preacher Roe of Brooklyn, In ad-
dition he'll have Ralph Branca
and Don Newcombe of Brooklyn,
Red Munger of St. Louis, Vern
Bickford of Boston and Ewell
Blackwell of Cincinnati on the
righthanded side.
Selection of Blackwell, out
most of the spring because of an
off season kidney operation, pro-
voked a howl from many. The
Phils thought their Ken Heint-
zelman and Robin Roberts de-
served the call before Blacky
and Newcombe, who didn't join
Brooklyn until May 20.
There was much talk about the
failure to pick Newhouser to the
American squad, too. Selection of
Reynolds, who had pitched only
one complete game when picked,
also was criticized. On the whole,
however, there was no serious con-
troversy. The fans had nothing
to say about voting for pitchers
but they picked the other eight
* * *
AROUND THE infield the
American will field first baseman
Eddie Robinson of Washington,
second baseman Cass Michaels of
Chicago, shortstop Eddie Joost of
Philadelphia and Kell. The start-
ing outfield will be Ted Williams
and Dom DiMaggio of Boston and
Henrich, if available. Birdie Teb-
betts of Boston will be the catcher
with Boudreau to name his pitch-
ing starter tomorrow morning.
Johnny Mize of New York will
be at first for the National, Jackie
Robinson of Brooklyn at second,
Pee Wee Reese of Brooklyn at
short and Eddie Kazak, the St.
Louis rookie, at third. Ralph Kin-
er, Pittsburgh's home run hitting
left fielder, Stan Musial of St.
Louis and Williard Marshall of
New York will be in the outfield.
Andy Seminick will catch. The
starting pitcher will be picked to-
morrow by Southworth.

CINCINNATI - Stan Musial
blasted a home run in the eighth
inning yesterday to give St. Louis
a 3 to 2 victory over the Cincin-
nati Reds and enable the Cards
to trim Brooklyn's National League
lead to one game.
Musial's long wallop-his 15th
homer of the season-came
shortly after the Reds had
moved into a two-all deadlock
with the Cardinals.
The game had to be'held up in
the seventh inning for 53 minutes
because of rain. When the storm
stopped the umpires first signalled
that the game was being called
off but they decided to continue
play after a lengthy protest by
Manager Bucky Walters of Cin-
cinnati. St. Louis was leading at
that time, 2 to 1.
Max Lanier, who started his
second game since being rein-
stated in organized baseball, had
to leave the game at that time
because of illness. The Reds
promptly tied up the game off
relief hurler Ted Wilks.
A walk to Harry Walker, Bobby
Adams' pop which went for a
single when Marty Marion fell
down in the slippery going, and
Danny Litwhiler's single brought
in the run that made Musial's
homer a necessary item for the
Giants survived a shaky start, and
paced by Whitey Lockman and
Johnny Mize,rcame from behind to
thrash the Brooklyn Dodgers, 9-5,
yesterday before 23,377 fans.
Lockman and Mize each belted
a two-run homer to feature the
Giants' 12 hit attack against rookie
Jack Banta and three successors.
Lockman connected in the first
and Mize in the sixth off Ralph
Following Lockman's clout
over the scoreboard in right
field, the Dodgers came back
and scored three times against
Monte Kennedy with the aid
of an error by second baseman
Hank Thompson.
The Dodger advantage was short
lived as the Giants drove Banta
to cover in the second with a four
run drive after two out. Sid Gor-
don's single with the bases loaded
keynoted the rally and knocked
Banta out in favor of Branca.
* * *
BOSTON-The Red Sox set off
a 12-hit barrage for a total of 23
bases to defeat the Philadelphia
Athletics, 7-5, yesterday and snap
the six-game winning streak of
Alex Kellner, the brilliant young
southpaw, who was seeking his
13th triumph.
Kellnermhad to retire in the
fourth inning when the sockers
kelted him for three doubles, plus
Bobby Doerr's eighth homer, to
pull into a 4-1 lead.
Lefty Mel Parnell gained
credit for his 11th win against
five setbacks but he weakened
with two out in the ninth. He
threw a home-run ball to Sam
Chapman with Ferris Fain
aboard and then passed Hank
Tex Hughson was rushed in to
face Don White, who represented
the tying run, and Hughsori wound
up the game by fanning him.
Tom O'Brien homered for the
Bosox in the fifth and they
added their last two tallies
against Charlie Harris in the
seventh on the eighth and last
of their walks, singles by Billy
Goodman and Parnell and an
O'Brien two-base knock into
center field.
Ted Williams, who banged out
a double ir two official tries, was
taken out of the lineup in the
eighth inning after complaining
about a chest bruise he suffered

Plenty of Barbers-Fan Cooled
Tonsorial Queries invited!!
Liberty off State

against the Yankees in New York
early Ihis week, Junior Stephens
drove in a Bost on score to take
over the league's RBI lead with
an 84 total.
*, * *
Braves came up with three runs
in the ninth inning yesterday to
defeat the Philadelphia Phils 4-3.
Combined with last night's 16-
inning victory by an identical
score, the Braves increased their
third place lead over the Phils
to two full games.
Johnny Sain, winning his sixth
game against nine defeats, started
the winning rally with a single.

The game will
at Ferry Field.


start at 6:45

SANDWICH, England - ('P) -
Bobby Locke, the South African
who pcli lied hi, game on U.S.
courses, slau htered Harry Brad-
shaw of Ireland yesterday to win
the British Open Golf title by
12 strokes.
The two were tied with record-
equalling 283's after 72 holes over
the windswept Royal St. George's
course. In yesterday's playoff;
Locke put together rounds of 67-
68 -- 135. Bradshaw countered
meekly with 74-73-147. Par is 72.
* * *
BRADSHAW, pro at a Dublin
course, fell behind Locke at the
fifth hole of the morning round
and the South African never let
up. At lunch he was seven strokes
to the good.
Most of the 2,000 followers ad-
mnitted they were staying only to
see when Locke, approaching
with deadly accuracy, would get
his first fire. It came on the


thirty-third hole, a par five test.
All other figures on his card
were either Ts or 4's.
Bradshaw, who hoped to add
the Open crown to the British Am-
ateur laurels won by Irishman Sam
MacReady, suffered yesterday be-
cause of poor ' utting. He had
three three-putt greens on the
morning round and was uncertain
on the carpet all day.
* * *
EXCEPT FOR one of the most
unusual incidents in all golf he
might have made it. Last Thurs-
day his drive off the fifth tee
landed in the bottom half of a
broken bottle. He had to play from
there and his No. 9 iron shot sent
glass in all directions.
The ball, however, trickled
only a few feet, That was the
differeuce between a record-
breaking 282 and the record-
equalling 283 with which he tied
Locke after 72 holes.

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Now Under

... streak halted
* * *
Ed Stanky walked and Sibby Sisti
singled to load the bases. Elbip
Fletcher singled to right to send
two runs home followed by Bob
Elliott's double to score the third
Three singles gave the Braves
their first run in the seventh in-
ning. Blix Donnelly was rapped for
all the Braves' 11 hits.
NEW YORK-The Washington
Senators scored five unearned
runs after two were out in the
ninth inning yesterday to upset
Vic Raschi and the New York
Yankees, 7-5.
Sam Dente climaxed the up-
rising by doubling with the bases
loaded off reliefer Frank Shea
to send home the winning runs.
Raschi, gunning for his 14th
victory, had the Senators tamed
on seven hits and was one out
away from his goal when the roof
caved in. Rookie first sacker Dick
Kryhoski bobbled Sherry Robert-
son's grounder, and the Senators
were off.
Singles by Buddy Lewis, Ed
Stewart, Clyde Vollmer and
walks by Ed Robinson and
Eddie Yost followed the miscue.
After Yost's walk, which forced
home the tying run and loaded
the bases, Raschi was yanked in
favor of Shea. Dente greeted
Shea with a two-bagger to right
to break the tie and end Wash-
ington's five game losing streak.
Rookie Lloyd Hittle, who re-
lieved starter Paul Calvert in the
seventh, gained credit for the vic-
PITTSBURGH - The sizzling
Pittsburgh Pirates continued their
winning ways yesterday, taking a
13-inning 6 to 5 w ?ry from the
hapless Chicago Cubs for their
eighth straight victory.
Phil Masi's first home run
since joiing the Pirates came
after two were out in the 13th
and gave the Buccos the ball
game, Ageless Rip Sewell, who
replaced Cliff Chambers in the
10th, got credit for his fifth win
without defeat and continued
his mastery over the Cubs.
The Cubs went ahead, 5-4, in
the 12th on Hank Edward's double
which scored Hank Sauer. The Pi-
rates tied it up in their half when
Johnny Hopp scored from second
on a wild pitch by Bob Muncrief.
Emil Kush, who tossed the home
run ball, was the loser.

'Sugar' Ray,
Gavilan Set
For Title Go
Ray Robinson puts his welter-
weight boxing crown on the line
for the fourth time tomorrow
night, meeting Cuba's challeng-
ing Kid Gavilan over the 15-
round route at Philadelphia's huge
Municipal Stadium.
Since whipping Tommy Bell for
the 147-pound title two and one-
half years ago, Sugar Ray has
made successful defense against
Jimmy Doyle, Chuck Taylor and
Bernard Docusen.
THE HARLEM flash, hailed as
the uncrowned king of the wel-
ters even before winning the title,
knocked out Doyle and Taylor in
1947 and a year ago outpointed
Pete Tyrrell, head of the pro-
moting arena corporation, de-
clined to predict the size of the
crowd that will pay from $2.50
to $12.50 to pass through the
But it's a pretty fair guess that
between 20,000 and 25,000 fans
will dig down in their collective
pockets for $125,000 to see the
fight. But even with that turn-
out, there'll be yawning holes in
the giant horse-shaped stadium
where 120,000 saw Gene Tuiney
lift the heavyweight crown from
Jack Dempsey 22 years ago.
IN THE EVENT rain forces a
postponement, the fight will be
held on the first clear night there-
after. The bout will not be tele-
vised or broadcast.
All noticestfor the Daily Official
Bulletin are to be sent to the Office
of the Summer Session in typewritten
form by 3:30 p.m. of the day preced-
ing its publication, except on Satur-
day when the notices should be sub-
mitted by 11:30 a.m., Room 3510 Ad-
ministration Building.
SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 15S
RegentsMeeting: July 20, 2:00
p.m. Communications for consid-
eration at this meeting must be in
the President's hands not later
than July 12.
Students, College of Engineer-
ing: The final day for dropping
courses without record will be Fri-
day, July 15. A course may be
dropped only with the permission
of the classifier after conference
with the instructor.
-W. J. Emmons, Secy.
Students, College of Engineer-
ing: The final day for removal of
incompletes will be Friday, July 15.
Petitions for extension of time
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Major League Standings
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
Brooklyn ......46 31 .597 ... New York.....50 27 .649
St. Louis .......45 32 584 1 Cleveland......43 32 .573 6
Boston .........43 36 .544 4 Philadelphia ...44 33 .571 6
Philadelphia ...41 38 .519 6 Boston........40 36 .526 9%
New York ......38 37 .507 7 Detroit........40 38 .513 10%
Pittsburgh ....35 40 .467 10 Washington ....33 42 .440 16
Cincinnati .....31 43 .419 13'V Chicago.......32 46 .410 18
Chicago ..... ..28 50 .359 18 St. Louis......24 52 .316 252
New York 9, Brooklyn 5. Washington 7, New York 5.
St .Louis 3, Cincinnati 2 Boston 7, Philadelphia 5.
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago5 Cleveland at St. Louis, rain.
Boston 4, Philadelpia 3 Detroit at Chicago, not sched.
Btn 4, Piaelha3
(all double headers)
New York at Brooklyn. Washington at New York.
St. Louis at Cincinnati (2). Cleveland at St. Louis.
Boston at Philadelphia. Detroit at Chicago.
Chicago at Pittsburgh (2). Philadelphia at Boston.



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