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THE MIClIUGAN D iY

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Bengals Lengthen Lead
As Yankees Fall to A's

MAJOR LEAGUE
STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE

CHICAGO,.- (I) - Rain and
darkness halted play last night in
the seventh inning of the second
game of a Detroit Tigers-Chicago
White Sox double header.
The score was tied at 1-1. The
Tigers won the first game, 10-6.
Play was stopped in the second
game with two out and a runner
aboard in the home half of the
seventh inning.
X Art Houttemian received credit
for his fourteenth decision in win-
ning the opener before 11,684 per-
sons.
The second game was a playoff
of a 7-7 tie between the two teams
on April 30. Detroit used its op-
ening victory to stretch its first
place to four full games over both
New York gnd Cleveland.
Detroit cuffed starter Ken Hol-
combe for three runs in the fourth
inning of the opener to break a
2-2 deadlock, turning the trick
with two singles and two walks
plus Bob Swift's squeeze play bunt.
The Tigers made it 6-2 with a
run on two hits and two walks
after Lou Kretlow replaced Hol-
combe in the fifth.
INDIANS 5, BROWNS 4
ST. LOUIS-(P-Bob Lemon
hit two doubles and drove in a
run last night as the Cleveland
Indians beat the St. Louis Browns,
5-4.
In gaining'his 18th victory, Le-
moon allowed .11 hits, six walks
and struck out four men.
ATHLETICS 5, YANKEES 3
NEW YORK-(/P)-The Phila-
delphia Athletics put together a
three-game winning streak for the
first time this season yesterday
when they defeated the New York
Yankees 5-3.
Alex Kellner, in winning his
seventh game against 13 losses,
held the Yankees to five hits in
eight innings.
It was the sixth loss in the last
nine, games for the slumping

Yanks who dropped into a second
place tie with the Cleveland In-
dians.
Ed Lopat started for New York
but left after three innings with
the A's in front 2-0. Sam Chap-
man lashed his 20th home run in-
to the lower left field seats in the
second. A triple by Eddie Joost,
plus a scoring fly, accounted for
the other run in the third.
Held scoreless for four innings
by rookie Ed Ford, the A's jump-
ed on Joe Ostrowski for three runs
in the eighth.
* *
RED SOX 4-2, SENATORS 3-11
WASHINGTON-(P)-W a1 t e r
Masterson's six-hitter earned the
Red Sox a split in a twilight-night
doubleheader with the Senators
last night, Boston winning the
second game, 4-3, after Washing-
ton captured the opener, 11-2.
Mack's Sons
To BuyStock
PHILADELPHIA-P)-Roy and
Earle Mack, elder sons of 87-year-
old Connie Mack, said yesterday
they will buy all outstanding stock
of the Philadelphia Athletics.
Financing, they said, has been
arranged with the Connecticut
General Life Insurance Company.
The deal for a reported $1.8 million
would make Roy, Earle and Con-
nie, Sr., sole owners of the ball
club and its farm system, the
American League franchise and
Shibe Park, Philadelphia's only
major league baseball layut.
And it should end the front of-
fice bickering that has become
more and more apparent as the
A's stumbled around in the second
division of the league. The sev-
enth-place 1950 team is far be-
hind the pennant pace that was
the bright spring dream of the
oldest manager of them all, cele-
brating his 50th anniversary year.

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Detroit 66 36 .647
Cleveland 64 41 .610
New York 63 41 .606
Boston 61 46 .570
Washington 46 56 .451
Chicago 42 66 .389
Philadelphia 39 66 .371
St. Louis 37 66 .359
TODAY'S GAMES
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Boston at Washington (night)
- Kinder (11-11) vs. Bearden
(1-4).
Cleveland at Chicago (night)
-Weik (2-5) or Garcia (6-6) vs.
Pierce (8-11).
Detroit at St. Louis (2) (twi-
night)-Trout (8-2) and Borowy
(1-3) vs. Garver (9-10) and
Johnson (3-2) or Marshall (1-2).
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Pittsburgh 35
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TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Boston (night)-
Erskine (0-0) or Branca (5-6)
vs. Bickford (13-8).
New York at Philadelphia
(night)-Maglie (9-3) vs. Miller
(10-3) or Simmons (14-6).
St. Louis at Cincinnati (night)
-Boyer (5-2) or Staley (10-9)
vs. Blackwell (11-11).,
Chicago at Pittsburgh (night)
-Werle (6-9) vs. Minner (5-6).
Summer locker refund must
be picked up by 5:30 p.m. Aug.
18 in the Sports Building.

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Phillies 6 Games Ahead
After Win fromt iants
PHILADELPHIA - (IP) - Sin- inning, was his 31st of the sea-
gles by Gran Hamner and Andy son.
Seminick and an error by Bobby The Cub F, scored twice in the
Thomson in the tenth inning gaveftheCn coetie inethe
the league leading Philadelphia fifth on c nsecutive homers by
Phillies a 6-5 victory over the Roy Smalle t and Al Walker. They
surging New York Giants before added theirs third run in the sixth
33 02 fns a Shbe Prk aston two sintgles and an infield out.
33,032 fans t Shibe Park last Their final marker in the ninthi
night. game on Pundy Pafko's single.
DODGERS 4, BRAVES 3
BOSTON--(J)--Brooklyns Dod-
gers, aided Iy consecutive home /41l-S ar G rid
runs by Gil Hedges and Roy Cam-
panella in the fourth inning, shad-
ed Boston's Bratves 4-3 last night aTon
and slipped into third place, three
percentage points ahead of the
idle St. Louis Cardinals. CHICAGO-(')-A streamlined
The game, attended by 24,758 squad of All-Stars, the pick of
fans, was enlived in the fourth last year's. outstanding collegiate
when plate umpire Lou Jorda, re- players, oppose the Philadelphia
sentful of remark,, from the Eagles, twice champins of the
Tribesmen, cleared the Boston National Football League, at 8:30
bench. p.m. today in flood-lighted Sol-
* * * dier Field.
PIRATES 7, CUBS 4 A crowd of 90,000 is in prospect
PITTSBURGH-(AP)--The Pitts- for the season's first major foot-
burgh Pirates snapped a 10-game ball game.
losing streak last night by blast -_________________
ing out a 7-4 win- over the Chi-
cago Cubs before a smallturnout DAILY
of 10,087 fans.
The Bucs scored four runs inO
the fourth on homers by Ralph
Kiner, Wally Westlake and Clyde
McCullough. BULLETIN
. Kiner's blast, which opened the
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Western Junior To
Be Held at Iowa the Summer Session of Plays Pre-
sented by the Department of
Speech. All performances be'n at
CHICAGO-(')-The 34th Wes- 8 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn/ The-
tern Junior Championship, oldest atre. Tickets on sale at the Men-
under-age golf fixture in the Tlni- delssohn box, office, open daily
ted States, will be held July 31 to frmo 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
August 3, 1951, at the University ____
of Iowa, it was announced yester-
day by WGA President Jerome P. Coming Events
Bowes, Jr.
The 1950 Western Junior Cham- Graduate Outing Cvlib: Outings,
pionship tourney, held in June at Sunday, August 13th. Swimming,
the University of Notre Dame, was picnic. Groups leaving 10 a.m. and
won by Dean Lind of Rockford, 2 p.m. Call Kurt Stern, 6897
Ill., a student at the University of Thursday or Friday, 6-7 pam. if
Michigan. you are going.
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ART CINEMA LEAGUE
and
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present
Henry Fonda and Dana Andrews
in
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i UUTCH, CHRIST--
'his 36-year-old house painter,'
father of three children, plays
Christ in the Tegelen, Holland,'
Passion Play given by villagers
who remain anonymous.

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MOTORCYCLE-'38 Indian Chief. A-i
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MOTORCYCLE-Indian Chief, 1946, 74;
Excellent condition. Seen any time
at 1617 Washtenaw. )43
GOLF CLUBS-Matched set, 4 irons, 2
woods. Never used. $26.45. Also wom-
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2-8692.
BEAT THE RISING COSTS! Navy "T"
shirts-45c; white Navy Broadcloth
Shirts-49c; Briefs-39c, Undershirts
-39c; All Wool Athletic Hose-49c.
Open 'til 6 P.M. Sam's Store, 122 E.
WashingtonSt.
ROYAL PORTABLE-Recently overhaul-
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7009. )41
1949 CUSHMAN Motor Scooter. Call
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2-WHEEL TRAILERS-Will BUY or sell.
Antique chest. Twin-beds and chests.
716 S. Forest. Ph. 2-2800. )40
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BASEBALL PLAYER
-Mary Fuller entered this fig-
ure she calls "Baseball Player"
in the Bay Region Form and
Design Exhibition at the San
Francisco Museum of Art.

CHEETA SMILES--
Cheeta, a year-old chimpanzee
from the west coast of Africa,
smiles for prospective buyers
and the photographer at a New
York animal store.

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