THURSDAY, JUNE 26: 1952:
THE MICMGAI' DAILY
THURSDAY. JUNE 26, 1952 THE MICIflGAN DAILY ?A01
By Joey Maxim
Unable To Answer Bell for 14th;
Chuck Davey Knocks Out Vejar
Michigan Golfers Finish
Second in National Meet
Johnson Tops Wolverines with 146 Total;
Lind, LeClair, Evans, Fraser in Match Play
* IT'S SAFE
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Light-Heavy-
weight champion Joey Maxim re-
tained his title last night when
Middleweight champion Ray Rob-
inson was unable to come out for
the 14th round of their 15th round
title bout in Yankee Stadium.
Robinson, who had piled up a
big lead in the early rounds, col-
lapsed in the corner at the end
of the 13th round, apparently
more from the heat prostration
than anything else. His handlers
dragged him to the corner but
Sugar Ray was unable to answer
the bell for the 14th round.
UNDER New York rules it is
listed as a 13-round technical
knockout. Maxim, a 6 to 5 favor-
ite, weighed 173 to Robinson's
A crowd of about 35,000 stood
In their chairs as they watched
the unexpected finish.
Earlier Referee Ruby Goldstein
had to retire after 10 rounds when
he became ill because of the in-
tense heat, which reached 103
degrees in the ring under the
blazing lights. Ray Miller, who
had worked earlier in the pro-
gram, substituted for Goldstein.
DETROIT-Chuck Davey, fleet-
footed scholar of pro-boxing,
knocked out young Chico Vejar in
the fifth round of their scheduled
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10-round Welterweight scrap at
Olympic Stadium last night with
a barrage of body blows.
Davey 147%, flattened Vejar,
149%, at 1:58 of the televised
DAVEY, with a cheering sec-
tion from his alma mater of Mich-
igan State, pounded New York
University student Vejar with a
left to the body that doubled Ve-
jar up at 1 minute of the round.
Davey, who held a slight edge
at that point, chased his dazed
foe around the ring and finally
Davey appeared as fast as he
had in his May 7 decision over
Vejar at Chicago. His speed and
bothersome right jabs to the head
won him the first two rounds and
gained an even split in the fourth.
Vejar took the third round.
* * *
VEJAR AGAIN proved vulner-
able to body punches, which floor-
ed him four times in the previous
fight. Davey kept throwing right
jabs to the head and when Vejar's
guard was pulled up, the 26-year-
old graduate student exploded
hard lefts to the body.
Vejar had said he would try
to open cuts on Davey's eye-
brows, a vulnerable target. But
the best he managed was a
slight cut on the forehead with
a hard right in the third round.
That was Vejar's best round.
The rest of the time he looked
slightly awkward against, the
prancing movements of Davey,
who now hopes to meet Carmen
Basilio and Billy Graham before'
fighting for the Welterweight title.
Michigan's Western Conference
golf champions added still anoth-
er triumph to their banner year
by finishing second to perennial
powerhouse North Texas State in
the National Collegiate meet at
Lafayette, Indiana, yesterday.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's crew
had five representatives among
the sixty-four collegians who be-
gan match play rounds that will
bring out an individual title-hol-
der on saturday.
* * *
THE BIG TEN champion Wol-
verine team turned in a four-man
aggregate of 593 for Monday's and
Tuesday's qualifying rounds. That
was six strokes higher than the
587 which returned North Texas
State to the championship for the
fourth straight year.
Trailing in the team battle
were Purdue with 598, d.exas
with 599 and Louisiana State
Meanwhile, medal honors for
the 36-hole qualifier, which cut
Browns Edge Yankees;
Senators Reach Fourth
the field to 64 fordmatch-play pur-
poses and also decided the team
championship, went to Holy Cross'
Paul Harney, who had a pair of
70s for a 140 total-two under par
on the testing Purdue University
* * *
THREE players, Texas State's
Don January, Washington's Paul
Johnson and San Jose State's Ken
Venturi tied for the runner-up
spot at 144. All alone at 145 was
Texas State's Billy Maxwell, the
National amateur champ.
Sophomore R u s s Johnson
paced Michigan with a 72-74-
146, while Dean Lind (77-72-
149), Lowell LeClair (76-73--
149) and Dick Evans (74-75--
149) completed the Wolverines'
593 scoring total.
John Fraser's pair of 76s for a
152 placed him in the match play
list of sixty-four.-The sixth Wol-
verine, Hugh Wright, missed out
with a 156 on rounds of 79 and 77
* * *
TUESDAY'S rounds were play-
ed in gusty, hot weather which
exacted some toll of the big field.
For instance, Wisconsin's Doug
Louisville -(,P)- Grim-fight-
ing little Jim Turnesa beat
Chick Harbert on the 36th and
last hole yesterday to win the
National PGA Golf Champion-
ship, one up. After leading
three up after the morning 18
holes, Harbert's wild driving
caused his downfall.
Koepcke, the Big Ten individual
titlist, soared to an 85 fora a 161
total which left him out of match-
Princeton's Bill Ragland, the
Eastern Intercollegiate medalist
suffered the same fate as did
A 36-hole total of 154 or better
was required to make the match-
play field and twelve men played
off for the final eight berths.
The individual championship
will be decided in a 36-hole match
The University of Detroit's Tony
Novitsky was the only entrant in
the match play competition other
than the Michigan golfers from
this state's colleges.
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inning home run that gave the
inning home run that gove the
St. Louis Browns a 10-9 verdict
over the front-running New York
Yankees yesterday in a slugging
bee liberally sprinkled with errors.
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in the sixth.
SATCH PAIGE went to the res-
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giving up no hits after taking over
with none out and a 3-0 count on
pinch batter Johnny Sain. He
fanned Sain on three pitches.
Bearden received credit for
the victory, his third against one
loss. Hogue was the loser as the
Yanks saw their lead over second
place Boston cut to 22 games.
Each of the clubs had a five-
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tle; which included 26 hits and
seven errors, five by the Browns.
It was the second slugfest between
the clubs in the series, the Yanks
winning a 33-hit battle 14-10
* * *
SENATORS 9, WHITE SOX 8
CHICAGO - The Washington
Senators climbed to fourth place
in the American League yester-
day by defeating the White Sox
at Chicago by a score of 9-6.
The victory placed the Senators
three percentage points ahead of
the fifth place White Sox. The win
gave Washington a sweep of the
three game series played at Com-
* * *
ATHLETICS 11, INDIANS 9
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Bob Lemon in the eighth with the
bases loaded and then let six runs
cross the plate. Eddie Joost's three-
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RED SOX 10, TIGERS 3
DETROIT - The Boston Red
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terday by a score of 10-3 at Briggs
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GIANTS 3, REDS 2
NEW YORK-Whitey Lockman
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a two-out single in the eighth inn-
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* * *
CUBS 4, PHILLIES 1
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the Chicago Cubs lineup at first'
base in desperation and the strat-
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the Philadelphia Phillies 4 to 1 toj
end a nine-game losing streak.
BRAVES 5, PIRATES 2
BOSTON-The Boston Braves
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Pirates yesterday by a 5-2 score
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