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LECTURE SERIES
'DAChemistry Building, Room 1300
DAILYiI Wednesdays, 4 p.m.
a 'a1I'tia OFFICIAL July 12 - Prof. Bruno Rossi
M.T. Mesons.of rnoR si

be on "Cour
Associate Pro
Edward Bord
Counseling7
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Murphy / Pitches 2-Hitter

Big Jim Murphy turned in
nother sparkling pitching per-
rmance striking out 11 men to
ead his Ed's Boys nine to a 5-1
in over Tyler House in intra-
aural softball play yesterday.
MVturphy allowed only two hits in
he top game of yesterday's card.
* * *
STRAUSS HOUSE produced the
>iggest run total in the^ six games
played. Scoring 19 runs, the
ltauss nine beat the Cooley
louse squad by nine runs, 19-10.
The Hardrocks were close be-

hind in the run department with
18, which they notched while
knocking off the Architects, 18-
11,
The Chemistry team compound-
ed 17 markers to stay well up in
the scoring race by decomposing,
the L utheran Chapel aggregation,
17-2.
In the other contests played
yesterday, Fletcher Hall downed
Anderson House, 10-2 and the
Goldbricks slugged the Pickups,
8-2.

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Win on Homer in 14th
By JACK HAND Yankee Tom Henrich in the 12th, Pafko almost won the game
CHICAGO - (AP) - Willowy Red the National Leaguers clawed back himself in the 11th when he sent
Schoendienst powered a Ted Gray for their first win since 1944 in left fielder Dom DiMaggo of
home run ball into the upper left this first extra inning "dream" Boston back near the fence to
field seats in the 14th inning yes- game. The series now stands 12-5, drag down his long drive with
terday to snap American League still in favor of the now vanquish- the bases loaded and two out.
All-Star domination with a tingl- ed Americans. Jansen blazed into the record
ing 4-3 National League victory. What looked like a routine de- books with one of the best jobs
Top-drawer pitching by New ecision for the 9-5 favored Ameri- since this colorful series originated
rk'na wrriJans nandhBckwen cans turned into a dog-eat-dog in this same Comiskey Park back
sent the crowd of 46,127 home bab- battle after Ralph Kiner tied the in 1933. Allowed to work more
senttheowdnofhfinest games score with a lead off homer off than three innings when the game
bling about one of the f Detroit's Art Houtteman in the vent overtime, the Giants' control
in * a * ninth, artist stifled the Americans with
SAVED BY A back-to-the-wall With the Phils' brilliant reliefer, one hit in five frames, striking out
catch by Chicago's Andy Pafko on Jim Konstanty, and Jansen and six men.
Blackwell in control, the Ameri-
cans never threatened after they THE CROWD roared with Jan-
took the lead with two off Dodger sen as he mowed down the Ameri-
LaM otta to Don Newcombe in the fifth. Never can sluggers from the seventh
threatened, that is, except for the through the 11th. He whiffed two
sensational catch by Pafko in the each in the seventh, eighth and
D ef di e 12th. ninth including Larry Doby, of
* * * Cleveland, George Kell, of Detroit
ANDY, second man in the Na- and Ted Williams of Boston.
tional swing shift center field Jansen's work followed in the
gang, raced to the wall in deep same pattern as Konstanty whc
center to drag down Henrich's fanned Hoot Evers and Jim Hegan
NEW YORK-()-A grim Jake long pinch drive with two gone in in the hitless sixth, his only inn-
LaMotta, vowing he will show the the 12th. Backing near the score- ing. Then after Jansen did his
home folks "I still can fight," de- board, some 425 feet from home job, Blackwell continued to bam-
fends his middleweight crown to- plate, Pafko made one of the fin- boozle the losers with his baffl-
night against handsome, young est catches in any All-Star game. ing side arm stuff.
and unbeaten Tiberio Mitri of
Italy in Madison Square Garden. ALL-STAR POST SPORT EM
The 15-rounder will mark La-PO T P R EM
Motta's first defense of the title
he won from the late Marcel Cer-HapAfter NL Win
dan in Detroit 13 months ago.
The fight will start at 9 p.m. -,
(Ann Arbor time). It will not be By CHARLES DUNKLEY By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN
broacaBronx Bull has been estab- CHICAGO -(A)- Burt Shotton, CHICAGO - (P) - You wouli
lished a 5 to 7 favorite. at the age of 65 was full of grins- have thought the American Leag-
* * . ~ happy as a 14-year-old schoolboy ters had won.
PHILADELPHIA -(P) - The over the 4-3 triumph has National They were still a cocky, jesting
ten-round non-title fight between Leaguers fashioned yesterday. bunch as they piled into thei.
Lightweight Champion Ike Wil- The bitterness in his heart from dressing room after losing the All.
liams and welterweight George a pre-game booing and jeering at Star game to the Nationals.
(Sugar) Costner, scheduled for his introduction was almost gone.
last night at Shibe Park, was post- He charged into the dressing room THAT IS, all except the Yanke
poned for the second time be- and cut loose with a blood-curdl- clipper, Joe DiMaggio. Joe hit int
cause of rain. ing yell, a double play to end the game ii
Promoter Frank Palumbo has * * * the 14th inning.
not decided what he'll do in event "THERE'S SIMPLY nothing to "They wanted me to swing
weather again halts the program it-with that kind of a gang," and I did," said Joe, sitting
tonight. beamed the genial old boss of the alone and dejectedly in front of
Brooklyn Dodgers. Shotton spoke his locker. "Blackwell (pitcher
briefly of the booing that follow- Ewell Blackwell of Cincinnati)
Pep Suspended ed his introduction: served up a slow curve ball. I
"I stood out there long enough went for it and Just didn't bite
WASHINGTON-The National with my hat in my hand to let into it enough, that's all. I don't
Boxing Association yesterday sus- them see me and get all the feel so good about it."
pended the World Featherweight boos out of their system. Those Twirlers Art Houtteman and Te
Champion, Willie Pep. 46,000 out there ought to be, Gray, Detroit aces, joked with eac]
The suspension is to run for ashamed of themselves now." other about the home run pitche
heinfinite period, according to Shotton said he knew Hank they delivered that eventually de
Ppaabthe Sauer "wouldn't have a complaint. cided the outcome.
Pep was also suspended by the Sauer is a gentleman. All I want- * * *
District of Columbia Boxing Corn- ed to do was win." "GUESS WE ARE just the horn
mission. The suspension will hold * * * run twins," chirped Houttemar
in the 47 states which are ruled THE CHICAGO FANS booed when Gray met him near th
by the NBA. Shotton because of the Sauer in- showers.
Reason for the suspension was cident. Shotton had tried to dis- Houtteman said Ralph Kiner's
Pep's failure to show up for a place the Chicago outfielder with four-bagger off him in the ninth
weigh-in prior to a scheduled fight his own Duke Snider but was over- which tied the score 3-3, was
with Bobby Bell of Youngstown, ruled. tagged on a fast ball. Gray de-
Ohio. The fight was postponed in- In the crowded dressing room, scribed his home run pitch to
definitely.Shotton squeezed his way St. Louis' Red Schoendienst in
through to congratulate his vic- the 14th-the blow that brought
Robinson May Repeat torious players. He had his pic- the Nationals their fifth win in
NEW YORK-()-Jackie Rob- ture taken with Red Schoen- 17 All-Star classics-as a "low
inson seems a likely bet to retain dienst of the Cardinals, whose fast one."
Wis National League batting 14th inning homer broke up the The 23-year-old Houtteran add
crown. game, and with Pittsburgh's ed that "Kiner's homer off m

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