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FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1951

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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* * *
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago (Night)-Byrne
(2-2) vs. Judson (2-0).
Detroit at Cleveland (Night)-Trout
(3-9) vs. Lemon (7-6).
Washington at Philadelphia (2-twi-
night)-Sanford (1-4) and Porterfield
(1-0) vs. Kellner (5-5) and Zoldak
(1-2).
Boston at New York (2-Day and
Night)-McDermott (4-4) and Stobbs
(5-3)vs. Raschi (11-4) and Kuzava
(4-3).
* * *
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 3, Washington 0
Detroit at Chicago, Postponed (rain)
(Only Games Scheduled)

*Not including night game
* * *
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston (Night)--Jan-
sen (8-6) or Spencer (4-1) vs. Bickford
(8-7).
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (Night)--
Roberts (8-6) vs. Palica (1-2).
Chicago at St. Louis (Night)--Rush
(5-3) vs. Poholsky (4-6).
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati-Dickson
(9-6) vs. Fox (3-4).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 5, Brooklyn 4
Philadelphia 3, Boston 2
Pittsburgh 7, Cincinnati 5 (end of)
eighth) time called, rain.
Chicago 8, St, Louis 0.

Mixed Golf Slated July 15th
Men and women with the golfing mania will get an opportunity
to vent it in one of the game's more interesting types of competition-
two-ball foursome variety-on Sunday, July 15.
The tournament, open to mixed teams, is under the direction of
Bert Katzenmeyer, Michigan golf coach.
Although there's no deadline for entries, Katzenmeyer urges
prospective participants to stop around at the club house and in-
Sdieate their intentions.
The tournament is open to any summer session student. In two-
ball competition, each team plays one ball, the two individuals taking
alternate strokes.

Medal Goes
To .Harmon
linPG4 Golf
OAKMONT, Pa. - (P) - Claude
Harmon, chubby pro from Ma-
maroneck, N.Y., got a well-played
par on the third hole to win an
unprecedented "sudden death"
playoff today with Lloyd Man-
grum and Pete Cooper for the
low medal in the PGA golf tour-
nament.
The three had tied at 142 for
the 36-hole qualifying route.
*~ * *
COOPER eliminated himself on
the second hole when he missed
an eight-foot putt while Harmon
and Mangrum sank short putts
for birdie threes.
Harmon and Mangrum then
went to the 428-yard third
where Mangrum three putted
for a 5.
Harmon laid up within a foot
and got down in four.
* * *
ACTUALLY the playoff-first of
its type in Professional Golfers
Association history - was signifi-
cant only in that it determined
whose name would go on the Alec
Smith medal trophy.
The boys agreed before set-
ting out on the extra holes over
Oakmont's 6,882-yard, par 72
course that they would divide
the $250 prize money regardless
of the outcome.
It was a long day for the pros
and for the crowd of 3,500, most
of whom stayed through the stifl-
ing heat to watch the climax.
MATCH PLAY begins tomorrow
with those shooting 153 and bet-
ter getting into the 64-man brack-
et and six who had 154's having
to play off for a single place in the
field.
Two rounds of match play
will reduce the field to 16 for
Saturday's 36-hole third round.
Finals are scheduled next Tues-
day.
Cooper, a one time Florida po-
tato truck driver who now is a
home club pro at White Plains,
N.Y., and Harmon both recorded
even par 70's today to finish with
142.
Mangrum, leading favorite for
the PGA title, came storming in
later in the day with a 71 to
match yesterday's effort.
Oakmont's home pro, lantern-
jawed Lew Worsham, took a 72 for
143 that placed him the same
bracket with Jim Ferrier, the put-
ting genius from San Francisco;
Chuck Klein, San Antonio muscle
man, and Vic Ghezzi, towering
Inwood N.Y., professional who
won the PGA in 1941.
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Breakfast...7:00-10:00
Lunch......11:00-1:30
Dinner ..... 5:00-7:00
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CASEY STENGEL
... his Yanks threaten
Baseball's
BigSix
By The Associated Press
.Player and Club G AB . H
Musial, Cardinals 62 231 50 86
Minoso, Wh. Sox 63 216 59 78
Robinson, Dodg'r 65 236 48 85
Fain, Athletics 65 236 30 84
Ashburn, Phillies 65 268 40 95
Fox, White Sox 67 259 52 90
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1rvins 'Two

Homers Jolt
NL Leaders
White Sox' Lead
Cut to Half Game
By The Associated Press
Two prodigious home run belts
by Monte Irvin produced all but
one of their runs and gave the
New York Giants an uphill, 5-4
victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers
yesterday.
The triumph trimmed the Dodg-
ers' first-place margin over the
runnerup Giants to five games.
Ralph Branca was the victim of
Irvin's blows. The righthander
appeared on the road to his fifth
straight win when he met up with
Irvin in the eighth inning. Monte
belted his second homer of the
day and his 12th of the year with
two mates aboard to move the
Giants ahead for keeps. Earlier,
Irvin had walloped a Branca serve
into the right field stands in the
fourth to break a 1-1 deadlock.
BUT THE DODGERS, via alert
base-running plus poor judgment
on the part of New York's Hank
iThompson, had lit upon left-
hander Dave Koslo for three runs
in the sixth to grab a 4-2 advan-
tage.
That's the way it stood until
the last half of the eighth. The
New York contingent among the
ladies day crowd of 27,756 (18,-
600 paid) began whooping it up
when Don Mueller cracked a sin-
gle to right and moved to sec-
ond on a safe bunt by Whitey
Lockman. Their hopes dimmed
a bit when Mueller was forced
at third on Wes Westrum's bunt.
At this point Irvin whaled
Ralph's first pitch deep into the
upper left field stands, scoring
Lockman and Westrum ahead of
him.*
THE WORLD Champion New
York Yankees closed to within a
half game of the league-leading
IChicago White Sox with a 3-0 vic-

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TODAY and TOMORROW

RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Westlake, Cardinals...............
Snider, Dodgers...................0
Musial, Cardinals .................49
American League
Williams, Red Sox............ 69
Robinson, White Sox..............65
Stephens, Rel Sox..................56
HOME RUNS
National League
Hodges, Dodgers .................... ?4t
Westlake, Cardinals................17
Kiner, Pirates....................17
American League
Zernial, Athletics..................16
Robinson, White Sox...............15
Williams, Red Sox................14
W ertz, Tigers ......................14
NCAA Tennis
Halted by Rain
EVANSTON-( P)-Tony Trabert
of Cincinnati and Hugh Stewart
of Southern California won quar-
terfinal matches in the rain-in-
terrupted NCAA tennis tourney
here yesterday.
(Trabert earlier won a third
;round match from Michigan's
tennis captain, Al Hetzeck, 6-1.
6-2.)
Trabert defeated Ed Kouder of
UCLA, 6-1, 6-2, while Stewart
sped by Ronnie Barnes of William
and Mary, 6-0, 6-4.
Michigan State's Leonard Brose
was to have played inaanother
match yesterday, but it was wash-
ed out. The postponed matches
will be scheduled for this morn-
ing. Trabert is seeded No. 2 in the
tournament. The favorite is
Southern Cal's Earl Cochell.

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Deadline for entries in this
summer's intramural leagues is
tomorrow, June 30th. Interest-
ed individuals should contact
the I-M office by that time.
--Don Robinson
tory over Washington on pinch-
hitter Cliff Mapes' three-run dou-
ble in the eighth inning.
It was a typical Yankee ex-
plosion, and it broke up a fine
pitching duel between veteran
Sid Hudson and Yankee rookie
Tom Morgan in the oppressive
heat of Griffith stadium.
Hudson wilted in the 90-degree
heat after hurling three-hit ball
through the first seven frames.
* * *
THE PHILADELPHIA Phillies
nosed out the Boston Braves, 3 to
2, in ten innings when Roy Harts-
field threw wild to home allowing
Tom Brown to score from third
with two out and the score 2-2.
The Braves' only runs came in
the second on a homer by Willard
Marshall with one on.
Frank Hiller turned in a beauti-
ful one-hit performance in pitch-
ing the Chicago Cubs to an 8-0
shutout over the St. Louis Car-
dinals before 8,747 fans.
Hiller struck out seven, gave up
only one walk, and faced only 27
batters, the minimum.
* * *
THE CARDINALS got only two
men on base. Tommy Glaviano,
the first Cardinal to face Hiller,
drew a first-inning walk. Enos
Slaughter singled to left in the
fifth. Both men were retired on
double plays.

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Escorted ladies welcome 2:30-5:00 P.M. daily.
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presents its 1951
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SUMMER SEASON OF PLAYS
July 4-7
"Green Grow the Lilacs"
by LYNN R(GGSn
July 11-14 July 25-28
"An Enemy of the People"J 2
by HENRIK IBSEN 4"THE ENCHANTED"
I adapted by Arthur Miller by JEAN GIRAUDOUX
July 18-21 A
The Younge Ireland 0
Theatre Company "The Streets of New York"
Sponsored by by DION BOUCICAULT
InternationalTheatre Exchange
August 9-13
"The Chocolate Soldier"
by OSCAR STRAUS
in conjunction with the School of Music

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