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THE -MICH IAND1ALY

FACE

Yankee Series acs

Houtteman

Wins

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Score Four in First as
Art Throws Six-Hitter

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Young Art Houtte-
man, who missed his regular pitch-
ing turn two days ago because of
a strained muscle in his side, came
up with a six-hitter yesterday to
beat the New York Yankees, 5 to 2,
and give the Detroit Tigers a
sweep of the three-game series.
The win boosted Detroit's Amer-
ican League lead to two and a half
games over the idle Cleveland In-
dians and dropped the Yankees
into third place, a half game be-
hind Cleveland.
DETROIT TUCKED the game
away with a four-run first inning
which ended starter Ed Lopat's
hopes of notching his 14th win as
gainst five losses. He got only one
batter out while giving up four
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runs on three hits, a walk and his
own fielding error.
Relief ers Fred Sanford and
Joe Page pitched three hit ball
the rest of the way but Houtte -
man had the lead which sent
him on his way to win No. 13 and
his fourth victory over the Yan-
kees this year.
The Yankees' only scoring came
in the fourth inning when Hank
Bauer walked and scored on
Johnny Mize's 12th homer to make
it a 4-2 game.
The Tigers got Houtteman off to
a flying start in that four-run first
inning when Johnny Lipon open-
ed with a single to right and took
second as Jerry Priddy walked.
George Kell dropped a sacrifice
bunt which Lopat kicked around
for an error that loaded the bases.
Vic Wertz doubled to right,
scoring Lipon and Priddy to
make it 2-0. Evers flied deep to
right, scoring Kell. Don Kollo-
way singled to center, scoring
Wertz to make it 4-0.
Sanford replaced Lopat and
walked Groth and, Bob Swift to
load the bases. With Art Houtte-
man at bat, the Tigers put the
squeeze play on but Houtteman
missed the bunt and Kolloway was
tagged out easily as he raced for
home. Houtteman walked, though,
and the bases were loaded again
but Lipon flied deep to center to
end the inning.
WHITE SOX 1, ATHLETICS 0
CHICAGO -( Pitcher R a n d y
Gumpert needed only one run to
put the Chicago White Sox in the
win column yesterday with a 1-0
triumph over the Philadelphia
Athletics as the veteran right
hander gained his fifth decision
with a four-hit performance.
One of the Chicago hits was
Chico Carrasquel's sixth inning
single as the White Sox rookie
shortstop sensation extended his
hitting skein through 22 straight
games. It was hit No. 108 for him.
Fusari, Robbie
In GoodShape
JERSEY CITY, N.J.-(IP)-Wel-
terweight Champion Ray Robin-
son and Challenger Charley Fu-
sari looked good at a physical
checkup yesterday, but their re-
spective managers sounded even
better.
The two fighters, who will meet
in a championship bout in Roose-
velt Stadium Aug. 9, stood by
calmly while George Gainsford, the
champion's manager, argued with
volatile Vic Marsillo, Fusari's men-
tor.
Although the argument revolved
around the champion's poundage-
which has been reported as high as
152/2 pounds - neither fighter
stepped on the scales.

3raves Beat
Cards 5;
sn Second
BOSTON -- (A') - Right-hander1
Vein Bickford's second straight
four hit pitching performance, a
5-1 decision over the St. Louis
Cardinals, yesterday boosted the
Boston Braves over the rained out
Brooklyn Dodgers into the Nation-
al League's second berth.
B i c k f o r d, equally effective
against the Cincinnati Reds here
Sunday, was supported by a seven
hit attack that included homers by
Bob Elliott, Sam Jethroe and Wal-
ker Cooper. Those terrific blows,
all over the left field wall, ac-
:ounted for all but one of the runs
given up by' lefty Alpha Brazle.
THE FIRST HIT off Bickford
was Red Schoendienst's sixth hom-
er with one out in the fourth in-
ning. But Elliott evened the count
in the lower half of that frame by
bashing his 17th four-bagger.
The Braves filled the bases on
two singles and a base on balls in
the fifth and Roy Hartsfield regis-
tered the second Boston run when
Sid Gordon grounded to Third
Baseman Tommy Glaviano.
DiMag, Casey
Deny Rift
NEW YORK - (P) - The New
York Yankees yesterday scoffed at
reports of dissention between Joe
DiMaggio, their star outfielder, and
Manager Casey Stengel.
The two principals involved and
General Manager George Weiss
termed a recent printed story by
Joe Trimble of the New York Daily
News that DiMaggio was not on
speaking terms with Stengel as
"ridiculous," they asserted that
harmony prevailed on the club.
"It's silly to say that Stengel and
I are not getting along," DiMaggio
said. "We haven't exchanged a
harsh word. I've always followed
orders, have never broken a train-
ing rule and always do my best to
respond to all that is asked of me.
In my book the manager is the
boss."
AILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)

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Title Won
By Ed'sBoys
Ed's Boys won the Intra-Mural
Summer Softball Championship
yesterday by virtue of a 5-1 vic-
tory over the Hard Rocks.
The triumph of Ed's Boys closed
out a terrific I-M season for them
which was highlighted by the slug-
ging and smooth fielding of the
Boys behind the consistently bril-
liant pitching of Jim Murphy.
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CHICAGO-(A)-Miles Schlapik
of Suburban Northbrook yesterday
captured the Chicago District Jun-
ior Golf Championship by defeat-
ing Jerry Thomas, Beloit, Wis., 5

and 3. Schlapik, 18, is a teammate
of Thomas' at Northwestern Uni-
versity.
In the semi finals, Schlapik de-
feated John Barton, Univ. of Iowa.

Major League Standings

I--M Softball

SchlapikTakes Golf Tourney

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (N)-
Raschi (12-7) vs. Feller (10-7).
Washington at Detroit (N)-
Kuzava (5-7) vs. Gray (10-4).
Boston at Chicago (N)-Stobbs
(6-4) vs. Holcombe (2-7).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
-Brissie (5-13) vs. Garver (8-
10) or Dorish (4-9).

TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Brooklyn(N
Raffensberger (9-12) vs. Ne
combe (10-6).
Pittsburgh at New York (N
Queen (4-9) vs. Jones (7-12)
Chicago at Boston (N)-M
ner (4-6) vs. Spahn (13-11).
St. Louis at Philadelphia
-Pollet (10-8) vs. Roberts
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Top HittLers
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Robinson, Dodgers 345
Musial, Cardinals 356
Doby, Indians 323
Kell, Tigers 395
Dropo, Red Sox 361
Pafko, Cubs 315

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N) THE BOYS sewed up yesterday's
13- game in the second inning in
which they scored four runs on two
-- hits. Bill Kramp, slick-fielding
third-sacker, and Jerry Means
started the rally by drawing bases
on balls.
Dick Groth, next batter up, then
.371 drove Kramp home with a base
.360 hit. The bases were loaded a mo-
.350 ment later when Dave Miles was
hit by a pitch. One run scored and
.341 the sacks remained filled when
.333 leadoff-man Jerry Abrowman got
on via a Hard Rock error.

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Kiner, Pirates .........
Rosen, Indians ........
Williams, Red Sox .....
Dropo, Red Sox ........

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JACKIE ROBINSON
leading hitter

RUNS BATTED IN
Dropo, Red Sox ...............102
Stephens, Red Sox ...........102
Wertz, Tigers ................-99
Ennis, Phillies ............... 93
Game Sold Out
H. O. Crisler, the University's
athletic director, announced
yesterday that the Michigan-
Ohio State football game at Co-
lumbus on Nov. 25 is a complete
sell-out. ' It is also understood
that the opener here with Mich-
igan State on Sept. 30 is rapid-
ly approaching the sell - out
stage.

One out later Murphy stepped
up to the plate and promptly
doubled home two more tallies to
end the inning's scoing.
While Murphy was pitching him-
self a one-hinter and whiffing nine
Hard Rocks, Ed's Boys picked up
an insurance run in the fifth on
two hits, a base on balls, and a hit
batsman.
ED'S BOYS I-M CHAMPS
Jerry Abrowman ...... 2B
Rocky Smith .........5S
Jim Murphy ........... P
Lawrence Edwards ......C
Dave Perkins .........1B
Bill Kramp ...........3B
Jerry Means .......... LF
Dick Groth .., .........CF
Dave Miles .......... RF
Bill Acheson
Bob Meeker

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Tigers Get Pitcher
The Tigers yesterday announced
bhey had purchased righthanded
pitcher Hank Borowy from the
Pittsburgh Pirates for an undis-
closed sum. He will -report im-
mediately.

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PERSONAL
WELL READ BUS. AD. members are
talking about "The graduate bsiness
school' and "Michigan studies' Work
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Fortune; $1.25 at the newsstand,
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to students and educators at Student
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KIDDIE KARE-Reliable baby sitters.
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BABY PARAKEETS - which can be
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U.S. NAVY "T" SHIRTS, 45c; Long
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Humming Birds," by John Gould,
supplement, 1887. (July 27-August
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Museum of Archaeology. From
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Egypt.
Museums Building. Rotunda ex-
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Law Library. Legal cartoons
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Michigan Historical Collections.
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Events Today
Dr. Samuel Hartwell, Michigan
Department of Mental Hygiene,
will be our psychiatrist consultant
at the case clinic Friday, July 14,
at the Fresh Air Camp, Pinckney,
Michigan.
Visitors' Night, Department of
Astronomy - Friday, August 4,
8:30 to 10 p.m., Angell Hall. The
Student Observatory, fifth floor,
will be open for observation of Ju-
piter and Star Clusters. If the sky
is not clear, the visitors' night will
be canceled. Children must be ac-
companied by adults.
Summer Speech Conference: 9
-12 a~m., 1:30-3:30 p.m., Rack-
ham Amphitheatre.
Lane Hall Coffee Hour: 4:30 to 6
p.m. All students are welcome.
University Museums: "Micro-
scopic Life" is the subject of the
University Museums program for
this evening, illustrated by moving
pictures in Kellogg Auditorium,

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