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FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1951

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Konno Beats Marshall
By Full Lap in AA U's
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DETROIT - (P) - Little Ford record for the men's 200-meters
Konno of Hawaii whipped John free style in dethroning James
Marshall of Australia in their McLane of New Haven.
heralded 1500-meter free style * * *
duel at the National AAU swim- MOORE flashed home in 2:08.4.
ming and diving championships. Konno had recently applied for a
Konno breezed home in 18:46.3 new record of 2:08.8 and prior to
after setting an early pace that that McLane himself held the rec-
would have bettered the world's ord with 2:10.0.
record. "I suffered a cramp and McLane finished in second
had to ease up," he said. place last night in 2:09.2.
KONNO, 18-year-old schoolboy Carolyn Green, the 17-year-old
who finished second to defending schoolgirl who set a new American
champion Marshall last year, fin- record in qualifying heats, easily
ished a full lap (50 meters) ahead defeated Barbara Hobelmann of
of his 22-year-old Australian foe. Chevy Chase, Md., last year's
Marshall's time was a disappoint- champion in the women's 1550-
ing 19:26.6. meters freestyle finals.
* * *
Konno started out as if he BOB CLOTWORTHY, Ohio
would demolish the 1500 meters State University sophomore, top-
record of 18:19.0 established by pled defending champion Joe Ma-
Hironshin Furuhashi of Japan rino of Ohio State from his Na-
in 1949. For only one fourth of tional three - meter springboard
the race Marshall churned right diving throne.
along with him. Clotworthy surprised the 3,000
But as they approached the 500- fans by walking off with first
meters mark, boyish-faced Konno place honors with 197.35 points.
sped away. At 400-meters Konno's Marino, way off form, finished
time was 4:41.7; 800 meters 9:48; fifth with only 170.68.
and 1200 meters 14.57. In order behind Clotworthy came
* * * Skippy Browning, University of
KONNO, who must yet face Texas, 194.43; Al Coffey, Ohio
Marshall in both the 400 and 800 State, 183.02; Morley Shapiro, San
meters freestyle, slackened his pace Francisco, 176.75.
about the halfway mark.* *
IN THE qualifying heat, Bob
Two other defending chain- Brawner, slender Princeton Uni-
pions also crumpled in final vei'sity swimmer, bettered the 100-
events. meter American breast stroke rec-
Wayne Moore of New Haven, ord with a blistering 1:08.3 per-
Conn., bettered the American formance.
The old record of 1:09.0 was
set by Bob Sohl of the Uni-
versity of Michigan at a meet in
Honolulu in 1947.
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Major League
Standings

Bosox Top Chisox, 13-10;
TigersA lso Victorious

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New York .... 55
Boston ........56
Cleveland .... 55
Chicago .......54
Detroit........41
Washington .. 41
Philadelphia . 36
St. Louis...... 29

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36 .609
37 .598
41 .568
47 .466
51 .446
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 9, New York 4.
Boston 13, Chicago 10.
Detroit 6, Washington 3.
St. Louis 6, Phil. 4.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York (N)--Pierce
(9-8) vs. Morgan (5-1).
Cleveland at Boston (N)-Lemon
(10-9) vs. Scarborough (7-4).
St. Louis at Washington (N)--Mc-
Donald (0-0) vs. Marrero (9-5).
Detroit at Phil. (N)-Trucks (4-3)
vs. Hooper (4-8).
* * *

NATIONAL
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Brooklyn .... 59
New York .... 51
St. Louis ... 45
Philadelphia .46
Boston ........43
Cincinnati ... 43
Chicago......36
Pittsburgh ... 36

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32 .648
43 .543
44 .506
46 .500
45 .489
46 .483
48 .429
55 .396

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NEW YORK-(P)-It took the
Cleveland Indians e x a c t 1 y 12
months and 12 days to win a game
at Yankee Stadium. They accom-
plished the feat, in their 14th at-
tempt, by routing former team-
mate Allie Reynolds in six innings
to hammer out 9-4 victory over
the league-leading N e w York
Yankees.
In salvaging the last of the
three-game series, the third-place
Indians moved back to within a
game of the Yankees, who had
their lead shaved to a scant two
percentage points over Boston.
* * *
THE VICTORY tasted extra
sweet to the Tribe since it came at
the expense of Reynolds, who had
beaten them four straight times.
He shut them out three times and
held them runless and hitless the
last time he faced the Indians.
Clutch-hitting specialist Clyde
Vollmer lashed his third homer
of the game over the chummy
left field wall, a three run clout,
to give the Boston Red Sox a
13-10 victory and Ellis Kinder
his 17th straight pitching tri-
umph over the Chicago White
Sox.
Vollmer, whose timely hitting
has kept the Red Sox high in the
American League pennant fight
for the past three weeks; spotted
his 17th, circuit blow of the sea-
son against Harry Dorish to break
a 10-10 deadlock in the sixth in-
ning.
* * *
DETROIT JUMPED on relief
pitcher Mickey Harris for three
runs in the eighth inning and de-
feated Washington 6-3. N e il
Berry's two-run double was the
big blow.
Dizzy Trout, t h i r d Tiger
moundsman, was the winning
pitcher, his f o u r t h victory
against 11 losses.

Burly Don Newcombe pitched
his ninth straight victory over the
Chicago Cubs as the Brooklyn
Dodgers pounded out a 9 to 1 tri-
umph before 16,962 at Wrigley
Field.
* * *
THE DODGERS' sixth straight
victory was also the eighth in a
row for Newcombe who has won
14 and lost four this season.
Gil Hodges and Billy Cox
paced Brooklyn's 12-hit attack
with three apiece. Hodges' dou-
ble in the fourth lacked inches
of becoming his 31st homer.
The Boston Braves withstood a
ninth inning rally to defeat the
Cincinnati Reds, 6 to 2 and move
into fifth place in the National
League.
** *
VERN BICKFORD hurled bril-
liantly until the ninth when the
Reds scored their runs, and was
lifted with two out and two on
base. Bob Chipman finished. It
was Bickford's 11th victory against
seven defeats.
Elwell Blackwell was the losing
hurler-his 10th against nine
victories.
The Philadelphia Phils shut out
the St. Louis Cardinals 7-0 before
9,881 fans behind the seven-hit
;itching of ex-Cardinal Ken John-
son. Eddie Waitkus and Richie
Ashburn led the Philadelphia of-
fensive, each getting a double and
two singles.
The cellar-dwelling St. Louis
Browns defeated the Philadelphia
Athletics, 6 to 4, for the second
straight victory, but lost the ser-
vices of catcher Sherman Lollar
for an indefinite time.
Lollar was spiked by Eddie Joost
who was trying to score in the
A's half of the third. Two of the
St. Louis runs came in the fifth
when Lollar's successor, Matt
Batts, homered with one on.

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Brooklyn 9, Chicago 1.
Boston 6, Cincinnati 2.
Phil. 7, St. Louis 0.
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TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N)-Erskine
(10-8) vs. Staley (12-9) or Boyer (1-3).
New York at Cincinnati (N)-Hearn
(8-5) vs. Fox (6-5).
Boston at Pittsburgh-(N)-Wilson
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Phil. at Chicago-Church (10-5) vs.
Hiller (6-7).

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Gustafson struck out 8 men as
Sigma Chi took the game 2-0.
The Royals had only one other
chance to score, but threw the
opportunity out the window when
Lowell Emerling fell asleep on
third base only to wake up and
find Sigma Chi's thirdbaseman
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BOB VANDENBERG spun a
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In a consolation game Jack
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give Allen Rumsey a 13-10 win
over Education.
Nick Radell pitched a seven hit-
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Phi Sigma Kappa, 10-7.
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