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SATURD~AY, AtTC-UST -5,4950-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE 7THREE

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Senators Ta
Phils Trounce Cards,4-2;
Roberts Sets New Mark

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Major League Standings

* * *

- DETROIT-()-B o b Kuzava
overcame sloppy fielding by his
teammates and scattered 11 hits
to pace the Washington Senators
to a 5 to 2 victory over the De-
troit Tigers last night.
The setback cut the Tigers'
American League lead to two
games over the New York Yank-
ees who took over second place by
beating Cleveland.
Kuzava gave up 11 Detroit hits,
one more than the total yielded by
Ted Gray and his successors Mar-
lin Stuart and Paul Calvert, but
he was tough when the Tigers tried
to get runs in.
It was his second victory over
the league-leaders this season, and
snapped a five-game Detroit win-
ning streak.
YANKEES 1, INDIANS 0
CLEVELAND-(/P)-B i g V i c
Raschi yanked the New York
Yankees out of a depressing los-
ing streak last night, pitching a
dazzlingi -0 victory over the Cleve-
land Indians.
CHI SOX 3, BOSOX 2
CHICAGO - (IP) - Shortstop
Chico Carasquel, who hit safely in
his twenty third straight game,
scored the winning run in the
tenth inning on Joe Erautt's pinch
single as the Chicago White Sox
defeated the Boston Red Sox, 3-2,
before 18,106 persons here last
night.
* * *
ATHLETICS 12, BROWNS 9
ST. LOUIS-()-Sam Chap-
man's grand slam homer and Fer-
ris Fain's four bagger with two
on propelled Philadelphia to a
12-19 victory over the St. Louis
Browns last night.
eFour SEC
SchoolsFined
BIRMINGHAM - (P) - Four
Southeastern Conference schools
were fined and nine high school
football stars barred from SEC
league play yesterday by Commis-
sioner Bernie Moore.
Moore revealed the result of a
widespread investigation of Con-
ference recruiting activities in a
. brief statement.
MISSISSIPPI was fined $500 in
each of five player cases and also
drew a $500 fine for engaging in
summer football practice. Louis-
iana State was fined $500 in each
of two cases and Georgia and Tu-
lane drew $500 fines for one case
each.
Moore's announcement said
recruiting violations "resulted in
excessive offers of financial aid
or similar inducement" to play-
e~s.
All of the players involved were
ruled ineligible for inter-collegiate
sports within the Southeastern
Conference. That does not mean,
of course, that they may not play
football at other colleges.

PHILADELPHIA - (P) - Gran
Hamner's eighth-inning t r i p 1 e
with two men on base carried the
league leading Philadelphia Phi-
lies to a 4-2 victory over the St.
Louis Cardinals in the first of
a five-game series last night.
With two out in the eighth, Del
Ennis and Dick Sisler touched Ho-
wie Pollet for singles. Then Ham-
ner came through with his triple.
* * *
ENNIS AND SISLER also figur-
ed in the other two Phil's runs in
the fourth. Ennis singled and
scored on Sisler's double. Dick
moved up on a sacrifice and count-
ed on Andy Seminick's outfield
fly.
Robin Roberts, chalking up his
14th pitching victory, ran his
string of scoreless innings to
32 2/3 before Enos Slaughter
connected with his tenth homer
in the sixth to score Stan Mu-
sial.
* * *
BRAVES 10, CUBS 2
BOSTON-(A)-A f t e r losing
seven straight to the Chicago
Cubs, the Boston Braves humbled
them, 10-2, last night as lefty
Warren Spahn gained his 14th
pitching win with a four-hit per-
formance.
He had the Cubs blanked until
the ninth, when they bunched
two of their hits with as many
bases on balls for their tallies.
* * *
DODGERS 7, REDS 1
BROOKLYN-(A)-Do n New-
combe turned in his 11th victory
of- the season last night as he
pitched the Brooklyn Dodgers to
a 7-1 victory over Kenny Raffens-
berger and the Cincinnati Reds.
Newcombe scattered seven hits
in bagging his third triumph over
the Reds.
GIANTS 3, PIRATES 2
NEW YORK-(A)-W h i t n e y
Lockman singled with the bases
loaded in the eighth inning last
night to highlight a three run
rally that gave the New York
Giants a 3-2 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Pirates loaded the bases
with one out in the ninth but
relief pitcher Dave Koslo got
pinch-hitter Ray Mueller to bang
into a game ending doubleplay.
Pitcher Throws
020 'Cracker
RICHMOND, Ind.-&-Pitching
firecrackers cost Bill Hoeft, the
Richmond Tigers bonus twirler,
$20 yesterday.
The 17-year-old baseball pitch-
er appeared before City Judge An-
drew Herlits on. a charge of il-
legal use of fireworks and was
fined $10 and costs. The costs
amounted to $10.

AMERICAN
W
Detroit 62
New York 61
Cleveland 61
Boston 56
Washington 45
Chicago 41
Philadelphia 36
St. Louis 34

LEAGUE
L Pct.
35 .639
38 .612
39 .610
44 .560
51 .469
61 .402
64 .360
64 .347
*

GB
2
2
71>
1612
231/
271f
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NATI
Philadelphi
Boston
Brooklyn
St. Louis
New York
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh

* * *
ONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
ia 61 40 .604
56 41 .577
54 40 .574
54 44 .551
48 47 .505
41 54 .432
39 58 .402
34 63 .351
* * *

GB
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52
10
17
20
25

* *

TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit -Con-
suegra (4-2) vs. Newhouser (10-
6).
New Yorksat Cleveland - Lo-
pat (13-6) vs.,Wynn (11-5).
Boston at Chicago - Master-
son (4-4) vs. Cain (6-9).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
- Kelner (1-5) vs. Dorish (4-9).

TODAY'S

GAMES

St. Louis at Philadelphia -Sta-
ley (10-8) or Boyer (4-2) vs. Mil-
ler (10-2).
Chicago at Boston - Hiller (5-
2) or Klippstein (1-5) vs. Chip-
man (5-6).
Cincinnati at Brooklyn - Raf-
fensberger (9-12) vs. Roe (14-6).
Pittsburgh at New York - Mac-
Donald (5-4) vs. Hearn (2-1).

U.S. Leads
Japanese in k
Tokyo_ Swim
TOKYO-(A')-The United States
held a 13-8 lead over Japan today
in the first swimming meet held in
Japan between the two countries
since before World War II.
Three records were bettered last
night as the three-day competition
got underway.
THE NEW TIMES were made by
Japan's Hironoshin Furuhashi in
the 200-meter sprint, by America's
Ford Konno in the 1,500-meter
freestyle and by the U.S. team in
the 300-meter medley relay.
Konno, a 17-year-old Hawaiian
of Japanese and Filipino parents,
won handily over such world
swimming aces as John Mar- }
shall, an Australian member, of
the U.S. team, and Shiro Hashi-
zume of Japan. Marshall is a
student at Yale University.
Konno's time in the 1,500-meter
freestyle was 18 minutes and 47.2
seconds. This is 14.4 seconds un-
der the recognized mark set by
F. Amano of Japan in 1938.
THE U.S. TEAM got the first
night edge by taking the 300-meter

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Miami Student Leads Tam
Golfers in Men's Amateur

CHICAGO - ( ) - Excited Art
Severson, 27-year-old University of
Miami golf senior, raced in with a
3-under-par 69 after sundown yes-
terday to beat out 150 colleagues
for the first round lead in the All-
American men's amateur tourney
at Tam O'Shanter.
Two days of qualifying play in
the big golf carnival were com-
pleted yesterday, leaving only 145
survivors from. a starting field of
450 men and women players.
IN HIS FIRST major bid for
fame, Severson, who lives at Three
Lakes, Wis., coupled 32-37 with
fantastically accurate putting over
the trampled par 36-36-72 course.
The brawny, good-looking col-
legian, winner of the 1949 Flor-
ida intercollegiate title, took a
one-stroke lead over Jim McHale
of Philadelphia. McHale, the ex-
paratrooper who was on the U.S.
Walker Cup team last year and
went to the semi-finals of the
1950 British amateur, slammed, a
pair of 35's for 70.
In the 71 bracket were Gene Ray
Coulter of Richmond, Ind., a Pur-
due golf star; unheralded Gardner
Dickinson of Dotham, Ala., and
reknown Frank Stranahan of To-
ledo, the British amateur cham-
pion seeking his third straight tam
All-American crown.
OF THIS TRIO, Dickinson hit
the worst luck. He was five under
par through the 12th hole. Then
he soared four over on the next
two holes with a 5 and 7.
Severson rolled in putts of 40,
25 and 15 feet for birdies and

rimmed the cup on other long
ones in his sensational round
which was the best effort of the
entire day on the heavily travel-
led acreage.
Meanwhile, the All-American
women's open enters the third
round of 72-hole medal play today
with Babe Zaharias of Chicago
holding an eight stroke halfway
lead with 146. The Babe, after a
six-under-par course record of TO
for her first round, posted a regu-
lation 76 yesterday.
SHE IS FOLLOWED in the field
of 29 women by 'Beverly Hanson,
Pasadena, Calif., professional, with
76-78-154 and veteran amateur
Betty Jameson of San Antonio,
Tex., with 76-78-154.
Petite Louise Sugs, the pro
from Carrollton, Ga., was in the
155 bracket with 77-78, and the
veteran campaigner, Patty Berg
from Minneapolis, was next at
157 with rounds of 79-78.
The section of 90 men pros was
completed yesterday with an ex-
tended qualifying test for the $20,-
000 All-American tourney. Their
first round opens today and draws
all of golf's big name performers
except Ben Hogan.
S * * *
THE QUALIFYING deadline for
38 pros yesterday was a modest 77.
Seventeen got under the wire, led
by two Chicago area golf instruc-
tors, George Keyes and Gene Bat-
tistoni, with one-under-par 71.
Herman Scharlau of Bloomington,
Ill., and Paul Gross of Indianapo-
lis followed with 72's.
* * *

medley
stroke.

and the 200-meter ,breast-

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(Continued 'rom Page 2)
U. of M. Hostel Club: Sat.-Sun.,
August 5-6: Overnight Cycle Trip
to Pinebrook Hostel, 20 miles
away. Meet at League at 3:00,
Sat. Come with pass, food, sleep-
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3-1100, if plan to go. Everyone
welcome.
Coming Events
Naval Research Reserve: Meet-
ing Monday, August 7, 7:30 p.m.
at the Wood Utilization Labora-
tory.
Graduate Outing Club: Meet
Sunday, 2 p.m., Northwest en-
t r a n c e Rackham. Swimming.
Bring cars.

COOL!

Continuous
from P.M.

* * *

ROBBING THE BANK:
Snead, Leading PGA Money
Winner, Can Coin $$ at Tam

- Lost Times Today -
_AmI

if

CHICAGO-(i)-Slammin' Sam-
my really can fatten his golfing
bank-roll within the next nine
days at money-crammed Tam O'-
Shanter course.

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Snead leads the Professional
Golfers' Association money-win-
ning column with a current bag of
$26,223. If Samba can capture the
$15,000 All-American which opens
at Tam today and the $50,000
"World' tourney, Aug. 10-13, he'll
be crowding $40,000 for this year's
earnings.
WINNERS' PURSE in the All-
American is $2,500, and the top
"World" prize a plum of $11,000.
Snead has growing competi-
tion in the cash-collecting ranks
from Jim Ferrier, who wrested
the runner-up spot from Jimmy
DeMaret with a 1950 total of
$16,246.
Demaret now is third with $14,-
676, followed by Lloyd Mangrum
with $12,855; Jack Burke, Jr., with
$12,487; and Cary Middlecoff with
$11,850.
DEMARET also eliminated him-
self from Vardon Trophy conten-
tion when he picked up his ball in
the St. Paul open and was disquali-
fled.
Snead continued to lead in Ry-
der Cup points with 739%. The
only newcomer to the potential cup
team was Skip Alexander, moving
into eighth as Johnny Palmer
dropped to 11th.
Amateur Game
Gives 49_Fanned
ELKHART, Ind.-(IP)-A 16-
inning amateur baseball game
Thursday n i g h t produced 49
strikeouts.
Johnny Oswald, Jr., 24, pitcher
for the Bronson, Mich., Reels, fan-
ned 30 Elkhart Senior Legion bat-
ters and won the game in the
16th inning with a homer with
one on. The score was 4 to 2.

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