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Phillies Edge Giants, 5-4, in 11 Innings

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Falls Short
LONDON-(P)-Olympic cham-
pion Mal Whitfield barely fell
short of the world record he set
out to break yesterday but still
ran the fastest half mile of 1950
before 40,000 spectators.
The 25-year-old king of middle
distance men sped 880 yards in
1:50, just eight-tenths of a second
short of the world mark.
The time of the Ohio State grad-
uate is the best ever recorded on
the springy cinders of White City
stadium.

Yanks Top Athletics,

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PHILADELPHIA - (P) - Fists
flew and tempers flared today as
the league-leading Philadelphia
Phillies edged the New York
Giants, 5-4, in 11 innings.
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CARDS 3, REDS 1
CINCINNATI - (P)-- South-
paw Max Lanier wavered badly
in the ninth inning but dramatic-
ally struck out the last two men
with the bases loaded to earn a
3-1 victory last night for the St.
Louis Cardinals over the Cincin-
nati Reds.
* * *
CUBS 7, PIRATES 2
PITTSBURGH--P)-Bob Rush,
finally successful in his 10th effort
to win his 10th game of the year,
pitched and batted Chicago to a
7-2 victory over the last-place
Pittsburgh Pirates before a sparse
gathering of 6,770.
BRAVES 10, DODGERS 2
BOSTON-(4P)-The Brooklyn
Dodgers made seven errors last
night as they were thumped 10-2
by Boston's Braves, who remained
within five games of the front
running Philadelphia Phillies.
In gaining his 15th victory left-
hander Warren Spahn fanned six
Dodgers.
YANKS 7, ATHLETICS 2
NEW YORK -(P) - Allie Rey-
nolds, in constant difficulty be-
cause of wildness, had it in the
clutch as he pitched the New York
Yankees to a 7-2 victory over the
Philadelphia Athletics.

CHISOX 11, INDIANS 4
CHICAGO-(P)-The lowly Chi-
cago White Sox rapped 16 hits,
nine of them for extra bases, yes-
terday to hang a 11-4 kayo on
Cleveland and drop the Indians
into third place, three and a half
games behind Detroit's idle Ameri-
can League leaders.
ST. LOUIS - (P)- The Detroit
Tigers got a break yesterday when
a heavy rainstorm washed out
their game with the St. Louis
Browns. The rain came two hours
before game time.
* * *
WASHINGTON-(A)-Big Joe
Dobson pitched his best game of
the year - a four hitter - while
his teammates pounded out 15 hits
to give the Boston Red Sox a 10-
1 victory over the Washington
Senators last night.
A crowd of 10,146 fans at Grif-
fith Staduim watched the 33-year-
old righthander hang up his 13th
victory against eight defeats.
The Senators scored their lone
run in the second inning when
Sam Mele doubled to left and
Cass Michaels singled to center
sending Mele across with the tally.
Washington's two other hits
were singles by Mickey Grasso in
the eighth and Mele in the ninth.-

Philadelphia at Pittsburgh -
Brissie (6-13) vs. Raschi (14-7).
Cleveland at Chicago (2) -Fel-
ler and Wiek vs. Wight, Scarb'o
Detroit at St. Louise (2)-White
(3-4) and Hutchinson (13-6) vs.
Marshall (1-2) and Widmar (5-9).
Boston at Washington - Parnell
(918) vs. Marrero (5-7).

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L' Pct.
Detroit 67 37 .744
New York 65 41 .613
Cleveland 65 42 .607
Boston 62 47 .580
Washington 47 57 .452
Chicago 43 67 .391
Philadelphia 39 68 .364
St. Louis 38 -67 .362
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