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SATURDAY, JULpY 8; MV""

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Bengals Still 3 1-2 on

Top as Gray Humbles Indians

ALL STAR SQUABBLE:
Chandler Orders Shotton To Start Sauer

CINCINNATI - ( )-- Commis-
sioner A. B. Chandler ruled yes-
terday that the National League
must have Hank Sauer's big home
run bat in the starting lineup in
the All-Star Baseball Game next
Tuesday.,

Sauer, the Chicago Cubs' hard-
hitting outfielder, was voted a
starting slot by the fans in a ha-
tion-wide poll.
* * *
BUT BECAUSE his team had
two left fielders - Pittsburgh's

Bielat,_Dobro in Links Finals

Ralph Kiner being the other -
Burt Shotton, manager of the
team, requested permission from
Ford Frick, president of the Na-
tional League, to replace Sauer
with Duke Snider of Brooklyn -
a centerfielder by trade.
It was announced Thursday
that both Chandler and Frick
had given Shotton permission to
use Snider.
Manager Frank Frisch of the
Cubs protested Shotton's action
and said he wouldn't blame Sauer,
who has hit 17 home runs this
year, if he didn't show up for the!
game at Comiskey Park.

LOUISVILLE, Ky.-(P)- Squat
Stan Bielat, 37-year-old Yonkers,
N.Y., truck driver, and John Do-
bro, 39-year-old Chicago factory
worker, won their way into the
title match of the 1950 National
Public Links Golf Tourndment
here yesterday.
The steady Bielat woke from
a midday nap between 18's of

the 36-hole semifinals to trim
big Frank Rutkiewicz, 31, from
Honolulu, 1-up in a spectacular
overtime match. He was one
hole down when they teed off
for the afternoon 18.
Bielat and Dobro will square off
at 9 a.m. today in the champion-
ship round, another 36-hole strug-
gle.

FRICK THEN
the Commissioner
decision.

said yesterday
"reversed" the

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THREE DOUBLE ROOMS for Fall. Very
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week. 412 Camden Court, Phone 7673.
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PERSONAL
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )1P
BLOOD DONORS NEEDED-"U" Hos-
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donors-limited to males of over 21
years of age. Report to Blood Bank
between 9 and 11 a.m. thru Fri. or
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KIDDIE KARE-Reliable baby sitters.
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THERE IS an advantage being a stu-
dent. Special student rates are off er-
ed at theSTUDENT PERIODICAL
AGENCY. Call 2-8242. )2
WANTED - Men to eat in fraternity
house this summer. 1319 Cambridge
Rd. Rates very reasonable. Ph. 2-8312.
)14
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
did not burn down. You can still get
your special rates by calling 2-8242. )2
BUSINESS
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SERVICES

FOR SALE

ACCURATE TYPING-Prompt service.
Ph. 2-9437. )16B
The STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
offers TIME and LIFE to students and
faculty members at $4.75 A year. Phone
2-8242. )2
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist, at
308 S. State. Legal, Masters, Doctors
dissertations, etc. Call 2-2615 or
2-9848. )13
WASHING-Finish work and ironing
also. Rough dry and wet washing.
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TYPEWRITERSsAND FOUNTAIN PENS
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Daily Classifieds
Bring Quick Results

Yankees
Cards Bow,
Phillies Win;
NL Snarled
Sai Beats Giants
To Boost Braves
BROOKLYN--(/')- The Phila-
delphia Phillies tied the St. Louis
Cardinals for first place in the
National League last night as bo-
nus beauty Curt Simmons pitched
the Phils to a 7-2 victory over the
Brooklyn Dodgers.
-The Phils snapped a 2-2 tie with
a four run rally in the sixth inn-
ing. The victory was Simmons'
tenth of the season.
Simmons yielded seven hits in-
cluding Roy Campanella's 16th
home run and hurled shutout ball
after the third inning when sin-
gles by Jim Russell, Duke Snider
and Gil Hodges accounted for the
second Brooklyn run.
Philadelphia000 114 100-7 12 3
Brooklyn 011 000 000-2 7 1
Simmons and Seminick; Bran-
ca, Podbielan (6), Palica (6),
Epperly (7) and Campanella.
* *' *
PITTSBURGH - (P) - The last
place Pittsburgh Pirates exploded
for six runs in the first inning last
night, then went on to tumble the
front-running St. Louis Cardinals
9-1 and snap a seven-game Red-
bird winning streak.
Vernon Law, 20-year-old rookie
righthander, went the distance for
the Bucs to register his first ma-
jor league victory against two de-
feats.
St. Louis 010 000 000-1 8 3
Pittsburgh 620 001 00x-9 11 0
Staley, Martin (1), Boyer (3),
Papae (6) Dusak (7) and Rice;
Law and Mueller.
BOSTON - (M )- Right hander
Johnny Sain registered his 12th
yin of the season as the Boston
Braves drubbed the New York
Giants, 8-2, last night before a
26,178 crowd.
While gaining his fourth straight
tricmph over the Giants, Sain
drove in three of the Tribesmen's
runs.
New York 000 001 001-2 6 2
Boston 000 440 00x-8 10 1
Jansen, Hansen (5), Higbe
(7) and Westrum, Calderone
(7); Sain and Crandall.
* * *
CHICAGO - () - Connie Ryan
stole home on Johnny Vander
Meer yesterday to score the run
that gave the Cincinnati Reds a
5-4 victory in 11 innings over the
Chicago Cubs.
Vander Meer, who entered the
game in the 10th inning, lost his
fourth decision without yielding
a hit.
Cincinnati 000 011 020 01-5 8 1
Chicago 000 200 011 00-4 8 3
Ramsdell, Raffensberger (9),
Blackwell (10) and Pramesa;
Dubiel, VanderMeer (10) Hiller
(11) and A. Walker, Owen (10).
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"Nothin' but a note in my lunch
box . . . the little woman says she's
on strike too! Guess I'll run over
to the Allenel Dining Room for
Lunch."
THE ALLENEL
126 East Huron

TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Brooklyn -
Heintzelman (1-7) or Roberts
(10-5) vs. Newcombe (7-4).
St. Louis at Pittsburgh -
Munger (4-5) vs. Chambers
(8-8).
Cincinnati at Chicago -
Wehmeier (6-9) vs. Schmitz
(8-5).
New York at Boston -
(Night)-Koslo (8-7) vs. Chip-
man (4-1).

Still

Find

Boston at New York-Mas-
terson (3-3) vs. Raschi (10-5).
Washington at Philadelphia
-Sima (1-) vs. Brissie (2-13)
or Scheib (1-6).
Cleveland at Detroit-Garcia
(6-5) vs. Newhouser (7-5).
Chicago at St. Louis-(2-twi-
night)-Holcombe (2-4) and
Wight (7-8) vs. Overmire (2-6)
and Johnson (2-0) or Pillette
(0-2).

No Smoking Sign up for Patty..
So He Drubs Sedgman in Four

Major League Standings

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Philadelphi
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Brooklyn
Chicago
New York
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37 31 .544
33 35 .485
34 38 .472
26 44 .371
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LADIES BRITISH BICYCLE-Rudge, in
excellent condition with cyclometer
and carrier. $40.00. Call 7174. 18
1936 CHEVROLET COUPE in excellent
body and mechanical condition -
Radio, heater, good tiresand finish,
$250. E. V. Malcom, 412 N. Wash-
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ENGLISH RALEIGH-Lenton 3-speed
gears, one year old, $45. B. F. Russell.
Ph. 8257, 700 Oxford Rd. )15
FOR SALE OR RENT-Fraternity or
Sorority house. Will house 35 people.
East of campus. Ph. 2-0567. A. L.
McDonald, Broker. )13
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Bosox

WIMBLEDON, Eng.-(AP)-Budge
Patty, one-time international play-
boy who says he's a chanbed man,
wo nthe coveted men's singles title
yesterday in the all-England tennis
tournament.
The tall, dark and handsome
Californian defeated young, shy,
blond Frank Sedgman of Mel-
bourne, Australia,d-1, 8-10, 6-2,
6-3, in the final.
PATTY BEAT Sedgman on ser-
vice, was far superior on passing
LOCKE-UP:
Bobby Takes
British Open,
Sets NL.ew Low
TROON, Scotland - (R) -Bob-
by Locke, walking as if the Troon
fairways were carpeted with
eggs, came up with a fourth
round 68 yesterday that won him
the British Open Golf title for
the second straight year and
lowered a scoring mark that had
stood since 1932.
The South African, widely
known in the U.S. golfing circles,
finished with a 279 on rounds of
69-72-70-68 over the par 70
course. His aggregate wiped out
the previous low winning total of
283 posted by Gene Sarazen 18
years ago.
* * *
ONLY BECAUSE it retained
the championship for Locke did
his hot round overshadow a sen-
sational 66 which Frank Strana-
han of Toledo, Ohio, fired in a
vain attempt to place the Open
trophy beside the British Ama-
teur award he won earlier this
spring.
Stranahan finished with 286,
the best of the three-man U.S.
contingent. He deadlocked in a
three-way tie for ninth place
but won amateur honors.
The Toledo muscleman "lost"
the title chance in the very first
round when he needed 77 strokes
to tour the tiny fairways of this
6,583 yardlayout on the seacoast
where par is 70.
Johnny -Bulla of Pittsburgh,
shared 14th place with 288 and
Jimmy McHale of Philadelphia
tied for 17th with 290.
OSU Names Pilot
COLUMBUS, O.-( P)-Trustees
of Ohio State University approv-
ed appointment of Marty Karow,
former Ohio State football and
baseball star, as head baseball
coach yesterday.
Karow is baseball and basket-
ball coach of Texas A.&M., Col-
lege Station, Texas.

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shots down the sidelines and was
more than a match for him at the
net-Sedgman's strongest point.
"Just say it's all because I
fiave up smoking," Patty quipped
at a mass interview after the
match.
"But seriously," he continued, "I
know that had a lot to do with it.
I gave up smoking seven weeks
ago. Now I can breathe. And I
gained some weight too. If I hadn't
done that I wouldn't have gotten
past the third round."
Patty becomes a champion with-
out a ranking in his home coun-
try. He's lived in Paris most of
the time since the war and the
U.S. Lawn Tennis Association has
declined to rank him "for lack of
data." He was U.S. boy's champion
in 1939 and U.S. junior champion
in 1941 and 1942.
Hcoo per ,jinx
.lasted by A's;
BrownsSplit
PHILADELPHIA - (AP) - Wash-
ington's Senators snapped their
"Bob Hooper Jinx" tonight by
shelling the Philadelphia Athletics
rookie for 16 hits in seven innings
to defeat the A's 7 to 5.
Washington 302 001 100-7 10 0
Philadelphia 103 000 001-5 15 0
Marrero, Haynes (3), Harris
(9) and. Evans, Grasso (9);
Hooper, Burtschy (8) and Evans.
* * *
ST. LOUIS--( P)-The St. Louis
Browns edged Chicago 4-3 in ten
innings last night after the White
Sox took the first game of a twi-
light-night doubleheader 4-2.
Owen Friend drove in the
winning run of the second con-
test with a single. The five-hit
pitching of Bobby Cain and
Dave Philley's two-run homer
featured Chicago's triumph in
the opener.
Three of the five hits off Cain
were by Roy Sievers, who homer-
ed in the fourth.
Chicago 000 011 201-5 15 0
St. Louis 000 101 000-2 5 1
Cain and Masi; Dorish, Mar-
shall (8) and Moss.
Chicago 200 100 000 0-3 10 2
St. Louis 000 100 200 1-4 11 0
(10 innings)
Gumpert and Niarhos; Wid-
mar, Johnson (8) and Lollar.
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Five Hitter
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NEW YORK-(AP')-Gene We
ling and Cliff Mapes socked
run homers last night to lead
New York Yankees to a 5-2
tory over the Boston Red Sox
spoil rookie Dick Littlefield's
jor league debut.
Allie Reynolds stopped the
on five hits including a two-
homer by Ted Williams, his
of the season.
The Yankees, who stumble
uncertain fashion against mn
of the other clubs, seem to p
duce their best baseball agai
Boston.
Last night's was their eig
win in 12 meets over the S
It was the home team's fi
straight game without a los
four wins and a tie.
Reynolds permitted but
singles in addition to Willi
round-tripper, walked four
fanned four. The latter fi
raised his league lead in strike
to 85.
Boston 000 000 020-2 5
New York 200 002 Olx-5 7
Littlefield, Kinder, (6), Ni
(7) and Batts; Reynoldsa
Berra.
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DETROIT - (A') - Lefthander
Teddy Gray of the Detroit Tigers
set the hard-hitting Cleveland In-
dians down with four hits last
night as he posted a 5 to 2 deci-
sion for his 10th triumph of the
season.
A crowd of 55,145 saw Gray edge
out Bobby Feller and gain revenge
for a 5-3 setback he suffered at
Feller's hands last Sunday.
THE'WIN kept the league-lead-
ing Tigers three and a half games
ahead of the New York Yankees
who beat Boston.
Detroit surged into a four-run
lead in the first inning as nine
men went to bat against Feller.
The Indians did all their scoring
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