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SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Indians Batter Yanks, 11-8;
Detroit,_Gray Lose to Nats

BULLETIN
The Chicago White Sox and
the Boston Red Sox were tied
2-2 at the end of the 16th inning
early this morning when The
Daily went to press.
By The Associated Press
The Cleveland Indians de-
feated the New York Yankees, 11
to 8 tonight in a slugging contest
that saw eight pitchers parade to
the mound and 28 hits bounce off
their offerings.
Bob Lemon was credited with
his ninth victory against eight
+defeats in winning the drawn-
out contest that lasted two hours
and 59 minutes. Frank Shea,
who replaced starter Vic Raschi,
was the loser.
Four players hit homers, Joe
Collins, Jim "Hegan, Gil McDou-
gald and Al Rosen.
THE YANKEES took a quick
lead by pushing over four runs in
the third on Collins' grand slam
circuit clout. They came back in
the next frame to score twice when
McDougald homered after Hank
Bauer reached base on an error.
The Indians' other big inning
was the fifth when they scored
four more runs and sent Raschi
to the showers. Singles by Dale
Mitchell, Bob Avila and Luke Eas-
ter produced one run and Al Ros-
en's homer brought in three more.
Of the 28 hits, the Indians got
13 and New York 15.
BIG BOB Porterfield pitched
and batted the Washington Sena-
tors to 9 3 to 1 win over the De-
troit Tigers.
Porterfield won his second game
against two losses and drove in
the final Washington run. i
The wildness of Teddy Gray,
who lost his tenth game as
against three wins, helped the
Senators to their first two runs.
Porterfield allowed seven hits
before he pulled a muscle in the
hip after seven innings. He was
relieved by Julio Moreno'who gave
up one hit.
In theithird and fifth innings
the Tigers also put two men on.
But each time with two outs Vic
Wertz flied out to end the threat.
Hoot Evers did likewise in the
ENDS TONIGHT
Late Show Starts 12 A.M.
Hold That Ghost
Abbott & Costello
I Killed Geronomo
1 Hour of Cartoons
Starts Sunday
MONTANA
(In Color)
ERROL FLYNN
BREAK THRU
DAVID BRYANT

first with two runners on and
two out.
GEORGE KELL rapped three
singles but none of his hits con-
tributed to any scoring. Evers and
Kryhoski each singled twice.
Manager Red Rolfe said hej
would start Hal Newhouser, who
had been sidelined with arm
trouble, in Saturday's final game
against Washington. Newhou-
ser, with a 6-5 mark, was sched-
uled to face Don Johnson.
The Tigers will open a three
game series against the New York
Yankees here with a doublehead-
er Sunday.
Sparkling defensive play by the
Tiger infieldhwentrfor nothing be-
cause of the Detroiters' batting
weaknesses. Shortstop Johnny
Lipon went far to his left in the
eighth and made a fine running
throw to rob Michaels of a hit.
The next batter was Dente and
third baseman Kell robbed him
by going behind third to the foul
line to grab a sharp grounder.
* * *
WASHINGTON, paced by Sam
Mele's three singles, pounded nine
hits off Gray, Virgil Trucks, and
Marlin Stuart.
The Senators scored once in the
third and twice in the sixth.'
The Tigers got their only run
in the fifth. Johnny Lipon sin-
gled to left field, moved to sec-
ond on Gray's sacrifice, and
scored on Dick Khyhoski's loop-
ing single to short left field.
The 22,693 fans saw the Tigers
put two men on base in the eighth
to threaten. But Joe Ginsberg, who
eaerlier hit into two doubleplays,
fied out to end the inning.
Fazio Leads
Western Open
DAVENPORT, Ia.-():)-George
Fazio, the slight professional from
the Pine Valley, N. J., club, scram-
bled to a 72 yesterday to hold a'
precarious one stroke lead at the
halfway mark of the 72-hole
Western Open golf tournament.
The 36-year-old Easterner,- who
opened with a tournament record
63 Thursday, slipped two over par
in his second round over the 6,416-
yard Davenport Country Club
course. His 135 total for 36 holes
was still good, however, for the
front position.
Only a stroke behind the leader
were Doug Ford of Harrison, N. Y.,
and Marty Furgol of Lemont, Ill.
Each had two 68's on the board.

VIC RASCHI
... ace blasted by Indians

U.S. Women
Dominate Play
in British Golf
SUNNINGDALE, England - (P)
-America's six best women pro-
fessional golfers yesterday swept
all three 36-hole, two-ball four-
some matches from a picked group
of British and French amateurs
in the opening day's play of the
two - day Weathervane Interna-
tional Cup competition.
The invaders had difficulty in
only one match, winning the oth-
er two with ease over the short
3,819-yard Sunningdale Women's
Golf Course. Today, the teams will
play six 36-hole singles matches,
with the U.S. heavily favored to
capture at least four and win the
first Weathervane International
trophy.
Mrs. Mildred (Babe) Didrik-
son Zaharias of Tampa, Fla.,
and Betsy Rawls of Austin,
Tex., combined for a torrid four-
under par 59 for the first 18
and went on to rout Philomena
Garvey of Ireland and Jean
Donald of Scotland, 11 and 9.
Patty Berg, the winner of the
American coast-to-coast Weath-
ervane Trophy, and Mrs. Betty
Bush, of Hammond, Ind., made up
a five-hole morning deficit to de-
feat Vicomtesse de Saint Sauveur

Bums Keep
Up Hot Pace,,
EdgeCubs
But Newcombe's
Arm Gives Out
By The Associated Press
Brooklyn's blistering Dodgers
exploded for eight runs in the first
two innings, then withstood a late
home run barrage to defeat the
Chicago Cubs, 8 to 6, for their
eighth straight victory,
DEFYING THE Friday the 13th
jinx, big Don Newcombe, pitching
hero of the all-star game, sought
his 13th victory for the runaway
league-leaders. His mates staked
him to five runs in the first inning
and three in the second, but the
big righthander developed stiff-
ness in his right shoulder and had
to leave the game in the fourth
frame.
Robin Roberts allowed the
Pittsburgh Pirates only two hits,
a double by Joe Garagiola and
a homer by Erv Dusak, as the
Philadelphia Phillies nosed out
Pittsburgh 3-2.
All the runs were scored on
homers. The Phils tallied their
three runs off Howie Pollet in the
fourth. Tommy Brown hit a cir-
cuit blow with one on and Del
Ennis followed with another with
the bases bare.
S* * *
IT WAS Roberts' fourth victory
over the Bucs without a defeat.
Pollet, trying for his 100th
big league victory, suffered his
sixth defeat of the ,year against
two wins.
Richie Ashburn beat out a drag
bunt to first and was sacrificed to
second by Willie Jones. He scored
on Brown's homer. Ennis followed
with his tenth circuit blow. That
was all the Philadelphia scoring.
Pittsburgh got its two runs and
its first hit in the sixth. George
Strickland walked and after Pete
Reiser, batting for Pollet, flied out,
Dusak hit his homer into the
stands.
JOHNNY Wyrostek's two-run
single enabled right-hander Howie
Fox to pitch the Cincinnati Reds
to a 2-0 shutout over the Boston
Braves with a five-hit perform-
ance. Wyrostek's game-winning
blow came after Fox singled and
Connie Ryan doubled against Max
Surkont in the third inning.
Wes Westrum and rookie Dave
Williams belted grand slam hom-
ers to lead the New York Giants
to an easy 14-4 victory over the
St. Louis Cardinals. The triumph
enabled the Giants to regain sec-
ond place from the Cardinals, 9 '2
games back of the Brooklyn Dod-
gers.

By WHITNEY MARTIN
NEW YORK-(P)-Abe Attell
was fighting a great fight.
He was weaving from side to
side, feinting with head and
shoulders, moving in, throwing
hooks to the body, blocking count-
ers, slipping punches with a deft
move of the head.
* * *
WHAT MADE the performance
the more remarkable is that he
struggled through round after
round without leaving his seat,
although he seemed to be sitting
on an anthill. As the bell ended
each round he would flop back,
arms dangling loosely at his sides.
He was watching Rex Layne
and Rocky Marciano have at
each other in their heavyweight
fight in Madison Square Garden
Thursday night, and he was do-
ing everything they should have
been doing, but weren't.
Occasionally, as the two big
guys tugged and mauled in the
ring like a couple of wrestlers,
with' Marciano's head buried on
Layne's brawny chest, Abe's in-
tent, staring eyes would take on a
look of disgust, and he would
mutter audibly:
"Uppercut him, uppercut him."
Layne couldn't hear him, unfor-
tunately.
THE PATTERN of the fight,
which started as an alley brawl,
slowly took shape. Marciano was
following a plan. Layne was just
Ibaseball's

fighting with the impromptu ac-
tions of a man doing what comes
naturally.
The solid punches which Mar-
ciano was landing as he pulled
away abruptly apparently were
taking their toll, although ex-
cept for a badly cut eye, Layne
seemed to be as strong as ever
when the sixth round started.
Consequently it came= as a sur-
prise when, after Marciano had
landed a hard right to the face,
Layne stiffened a moment, then
slowly curled over like a burning
match and dropped in an inert
heap.
THE FUTURE is bright for the
rocky-fisted Marciano, who con-
vinced his critics he is a better
fighter than they had believed.
He had been fed on a milk diet,
so to speak, in his buildup, but he
showed he could devour raw meat
as well.
He's a willing guy with an awk-

THE SPORTS TRAIL:
Marciano on Way Up Fistic Ladder

ward cleverness that sometimes
seems to smack of ineptitude and
he's tremendously strong. He'll
beat a lot of the sluggers. How he
will do against a sharpshooter
such as Ezzard Charles remains'to
be seen.
He'll get paid well when he tries
to find out, though.
Ann Arborite Wins
State Golf Crown
DETROIT-)-Mrs. Charles U.
Wilson of Ann Arbor won the Wo-
men's State Amateur Golf champ-
ionship when she nosed Rylma
Strevel of Mt. Clemens; two up in
their 36-hole finale yesterday.
Mrs. Wilson, the second Ann
Arbor golfer to win the title, holed
a 20-foot putt for a birdie to close
out the match after Miss Strevel's
25-footer just slid by the cup.

Flam Beats
Japan's Star
At Chicago
Clay Court Tourney
Enters Semi-Finals
CHICAGO-(P)-Tony Trabert
of Cincinnati and Herb Flam of
Beverly Hills, Calif., eliminated
Japanese Davis cup stars in quar-
terfinal matches yesterday of the
National Clay Court Tennis Cham-
pionship.
Trabert, intercollegiate singles
champion, overpowered Fumyteru
Nakano, No. two man of the Jap-
anese squad, 6-4, 6-0, 6-1.
* * *
FLAM, SEEDED No. 2 in the
meet, found tougher going with
Jiro Kumamaru, Japan's leading
player. He won 3-6, 6-2, 6-2, 4-6,
6-4 in the most exciting match of
the day at the suburban River
Forest Club.
Other men's singles quarter-
finals winners were topseeded
Art Larsen of San Leandro,
Calif., the national champion,
and L. Straight Clark of Pasa-
dena, Calif.
Larsen ousted youthful Hamil-
ton Richardson, Baton Rouge, La.,
national junior titileholder, 6-4,
6-4, 3-6, 6-4. 'Clark, seeded No. 7,
defeated Grant Golden of Wil-
mette, Ill., 6-2, 6-3, 0-6, 6-4.

Major League Standings

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W
Brooklyn .... 52
New York ..44
St. Louis .... 41
Cincinnati ... 37
Philadelphia . 37
Boston. .34
Chicago ........34
Pittsburgh .. 31
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26
37
36
38
41
41
41
46
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Pet.
.667
.543
.532
.493
.474
.453
.423
.403

GB
10%
13%
15
161/2
181/
20%,

W
Boston........49
New York .... 46
Chicago ..... 49
Cleveland ... 45
Detroit ..... 35
Washington.. 32
Philadelphia 31
St. Louis .... 23
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L
29
34
31
33
39
45
49
54
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Pet.
.628
.6132
.6125
.571
.479
.408
.392
.289

GB
2
1
4
11%
17
26

Big Six
By The Associated Press
Leading Batsmen (based on 200 or
more at bats).
Player and Club G AB R H Pct.
Musial, Cardinals 75 283 62 104 .368
Ashburn, Phillies 77 322 49 114 .354
Robinson, Dodg'r 78 280 59 99 .354
Fain, Athletics 79 284 37 97 .342
Minoso, Wh. Sox 78 274 68 93 .339
Williams, Rd. Sox 78 271 69 91 .336
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Westlake, Cardinals...............61
Snider, Dodgers..................59
Kiner, Pirates .................... 56
American League
Williams, Red Sox................76
Robinson, White Sox.............. 70
Zernial. Athletics................. 64
HOME RUNS
National League
Hodges, Dodgers .................. 28
Kiner, Pirates .................... 20
Snider, Dodgers...................18
Westlake, Cardinals............... 18
American League
Zernial, Athletics.................22
Williams, Red Sox ................ 16
Robinson, White Sox..............16
Wertz, Tigers.....................16

TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Brooklyn (2)-Lown (1-
4) and Kelly (0-0) vs. Bankhead (0-0)
and Erskine (8-8).
St. Louis at New York-Chambers
(6-8) vs. Maglie (12-4).
Cincinnati at Boston-Raffensberger
(8-9) vs. Sain (4-9).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia-Friend
(3-5) vs. Roberts (10-7) or Heintzel-
man (3-8).
* * *
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 8, Chicago 6.
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2.
New York 14, St. Louis 4.
Cincinnati 2, Boston 0.

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland--Lopat (11-
4) vs. Wynn (8-9).
Washington at Detroit-Hudson (3-
5) vs. Bearden (2-1).
Philadelphia at St. Louis-Martin
(4-1) vs. Garver (11-4).
Boston at Chicago-Stobbe (6-3) vs.
Holcombe (7-4).
* * *
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 3, Detroit 1.
Cleveland 11, New York 8.
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 0.
Chicago 2, Boston 2 (end- of 16 in-
nings).

In
Flam
plays

Pre-tourney favorites in the
women's division, Beverly Baker of
Santa Monica, Calif., and Patricia
Canning Todd of La Jolla, Calif.,
seeded first and second respective-
ly, breezed through their quarter
final matches easily.
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the semi-finals tomorrow,
meets Larsen and Trabert
Clark.

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of France, the 1950 British
men's Amateur champion,
Mrs. Ian Cowper of Scotland,

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