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THE MICHSIGAN DAILY

rRIDAY,T ULY 31, 1953

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Cleveland Edges Yankees;
Washington Dumps Tigers

Milwaukee Blanks Giants;
dodgers eaten by Chicago

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BOSTON - (PI) - Chicago's forced Gil McDougald to pop up
power-laden White Sox unleashed for the third out.
their season's heaviest batting .
barrage-a 21-hit attack featuring THE LOSING pitcher was Tom
homers by Minnie Minoso, Ferris Gorman, who had gone into the
Fain and Tom Wright-yesterday game in the seventh for Ed Lopat,
for a 17-1 verdict and a sweep of pulled for pinch-hitter John Mize
their three-game series with the in the sixth.
Red Sox. The Yanks got only four hits
Chicago's victory-coupled with off the three Cleveland pitchers
Cleveland's 4-3 decision over the Wynn hurling the last three in-
Yankees-boosted the second-place nings.
White Sox 4%/2 games back of New The Indians collected nine off
York. The Indians also pushed past Lopat and Gorman.
Bostoninto third place by a half SENATORS 7, TIGERS 4
game- WASHINGTON - Chuck Stobbs
limited Detroit to six hits, four of
THE WHITE SOX spoiled Mel which came in the ninth inning,
Parnell's bid for his 15th victory as Washington defeated the Ti-
early as they drove him to the gers, 7-4, yesterday. Walt Dropo
showers in the fourth inning after slammed a three-run homer for
runng the score to 5-0. r thninthinnng.

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By The Associated Press.
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee
Braves shut out the New York
Giants yesterday by a score of
5-0 for their third victory in four:
games with Leo Durocher's team.
Lew Burdette blanked the Gi-
ants, making it the third shut out
for Milwaukee pitchers in the
four game series.
S * *
The victory was Burdette s
eighth against one loss.1
The Giants got only one man
to third base and one other as
far as second.
Maglie, failing in his third
straight starting assignment, re-
tired only leadoff man Bill Bruton
in the first inning. Johnny LoganE
walked and Eddie Mathews sin-
gled, Logan going to third on Bob-
by Thomson's poor throw. Sid Gor-
don was walked intentionally, but
Andy Pafko lashed a single to left
scoring Logan, and Joe Adcock's
liner to center sent home Mathews
and Gordon.
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the next six innings until removed
for a pinch hitter in the eighth.
Burdette was promoted from the
bullpen last week after winning
seven straight in relief.
CUBS 3, DODGERS 2
CHICAGO-Ralph Kiner's three-
run homer in the first inning en-
abled Bob Rush to record his first
complete game since May 9, with
a 3-2 conquest of the first-place
Brooklyn Dodgers yesterday.
It was the first Cub triumph in
seven straight meetings with the
Dodgers, who had a five-game win-
ning streak snapped.
RUSH, long hampered by a sore
shoulder, scattered seven hits for
his fifth victory against nine losses.
Towering Bob yielded an un-
earned Brooklyn run in each of
the fourth and fifth innings.
The loser was starter Glenn
Mickens, who lasted only two bat-
ttrs after Kiner blasted his 24th
homer for all the Cub runs in the
first =inning. It was Mickens' first
loss without a victory.

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The rampaging White Sox
kept up the offensive against re-
liefers Ivan Delock and Ben
Flowers with Parnell going down
to his seventh loss.
All the Chicago starters except
Nelly Fox-including Pitcher Mike
Fornieles--joined in the slugging'
spree. Ex-Red Soxer Tom Wright
capped the show with a three-run
pinch homer in the ninth.
THE OUTBURST was Chicago's
seasonal high in both hits andj
runs, surpassing a 19-hit, 16-run
explosion against Cleveland.
Fornieles, 21-year-old Cuban

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ATHLETICS 5, BROWNS 3>.
PHILADELPHIA - Marion Fri-
cano pitched a smooth eight-hitter iZ.
and 'his Philadelphia teammates
banged St. Louis hurlers for five 0
runs in the second inning-includ- ca
ing Gus Zernial's 23rd homer of P
the year-as the Athletics defeatedb
the Browns, 5-3, last night. q

N THE WAY OUT-Bosten Red Sox outfielder Ted Williams
arries his discharge papers as he passes Pfc. Robert Pratt of
ortland, Maine, sentry at the Washington Navy Yard on his way
ack to civilian life. The former jet pilot Marine captain returned
uickly to the Red Sox after his discharge.

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GRISSOM took over, striking Mickens was followed by Jim
out Del Crandall and Jack Ditt- Hughes, Bob Milliken and Ben
mer, and threw three-hit ball for Wade.

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THE LADY GETS AN ASSIST:
Yankees Use Secret eaA . ess Indians

righthander was yanked in the NEW YORK-(/P-Are the New terday weren't making any flat
fifth after Billy Goodman and York Yankees using a 3D secret accusations. But some observers
Hoot Evers opened with siC- weapon to help win their fifth felt they were entitled to at least
cessive singles. American League pennant? an official protest against the Yan-
The rattled Cleveland Indians, kees for distracting tactics.
INDIANS 4, YANKS 3 beaten twice in a row prior to yes- * *K *
NEW YORK-Bill Glynn, Clevel THESE TACTICS were built-
land's sub first baseman, poled a and the word is used advisedly-
triple to left centerfield yesterday, Mae Murray Tops around a third dimensional blonde
scoring Wally Westlake with the - -.- * , . bombshell, unidentified, stratce2i-
run which gave the Indians a 4-31Polly Riley in Golf cally stationed in the section five
victory over the New York Yan- box seats at Yankee Stadium.
kees in the final game of the three CINCINNATh-(IP)-Mae ur This, it is necessary to add,
game series, ray, petite blonde from Rutland, is in full view of the playing
Vt., scored a one-up quarterfinal field.
THE INDIANS, fighting to stay victory yesterday to oust defend- Wednesday, the curvacious cusl-
in the 'pennant fight after drop- ing champion Polly Riley of Fort tomer was given an assist-by all
ping the first two games of the Worth, Tex., from the 53rd Wo- but the official scorer-in the Yen-
series to the Yankees, are now nine men's Western Amateur Golf kees' 7-3 victory over the Indians.
games back. The victory moved Championship.
the Indians into third place aheadT
The 27-year-old easterner did it chi for three runs in the se nd
of Boston. 'the hard way, overcoming a two- inning and appeared moving along
Earl Wynn, who followed Mike down handicap after 11 holes, to just fine.
Garcia and Bill Wight to the go one up on the 17th. Then the 3D secret weapon,
mound, did some strong clutch * * * said by one observant journal-
pitching in the eighth. OTHERS 'reaching the semi- ist to make Marilyn Monroe look
With the bases loaded, Wynn finals, booked for 18 holes today lille a "poor, undernourished
over Camargo Country Club's, girl," got up and pranced up the
6,523-yard terrain, were Claire Do- aisle in an arresting, low-cut
I ran of Cleveland, Pat Devany of

them. If a pretty customer wants

pink dress.

There was a round of wolf whis-

ties. The Indians' bench as a man
turned out to gawk. Even the play-
ers on the field turned temporarilyx
to see what was the matter. Cleve-
land pitcher Bob Lemon walkedj
two men in a row and then gave
up a single. And a run was in.
* * *
MORE WOLF whistles in the
third. Then, just as Lemon pre-
pared to pitch to the Yankees in
the bottom half of the sixth, the
la'dy went into her act again.
Up the aisle and back again.
Cheers and wolf whistles. She
paused as she reached her seat,
waved and smiled at the crowd.
'The inning ended. Yankees, four
runs.,That was it. The vision in
pink got up and left-her mission
accomplished.
* * *
NO COMMENT from the In-
dians, but a Yankee official said:
"We just sell the tickets and
we don't have measuring tape
restrcLtions for those who buy

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to wear a low cut gown and walk
up the aisles, well, that's out of1
our province."
The eye-filling spectator could-'
n 't be located in the stands at yes- I
terday's third game in the crucial
series, and the Yanks lost 4-3. r
Fiwol Sets Pace
In T amTourney
CHICAGO-( P)--Marty Furgol,
a perennial contender but seldom
a winner, blasted a pair of 33's for
a brilliant six-under-par 66 yester-
day to wheel to the front in the
$30,000 All-American Golf Tour-:
nament at Tam O'Shanter.C
Furgol, whose home is in Los
Angeles but who registers from Le-
mont, Ii., outside Chicago, was
just one member in a wrecking
crew that plastered par 36-36-72<
for the thick traffic of the 6,900- ,
yard Tam course.
AMONG other first round hot-1
shots in the scramble for $3,420
top prize were Doug Ford of Har-
rison, N. Y., with 33-34-67; Ted
Kroll of New Hartford, N. Y., 35-
32-67; Bob Hamilton of Evans-I
ville, Ind., 35-33-68; Jimmy De-
Maret of Kiamesha Lake, N. Y.,
35-33-68; and Ed Furgol of Clay-
ton, Mo., (no relation to Marty),
Lloyd Mangrum, the Tam O'Shan-I
ter representative, and Walter!
Burkemo, the 1953 National PGA!
champion from Franklin, Mich.,
each with 69's.E
"It was the best golf I ever
shot," said the 35-year-old Fur-
gol after his scorching 66, only
three strokes off the course rec-
ord. "Maybe I have a real chance
this time."
Furgol's only big tournament
victory was the 1951 Western Open.
The total field of 225 contest-
ants had to race with nightfall!
to complete the first round. +

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STARTS TODAY
"A PERILOUS
JOURNEY"
starring
VERA RALSTON
DAVID BRIAN
SCOTT BRADY
Also
"THE LADY
WANTS MINK"
DENNIS O'KEEFE
RUTH HUSSEY
EVE ARDEN
WILLIAM DEMAREST

Grosse Ile, Mich., and Jane Nel-
spn of Indianapolis. Not 'Baseball's Bad Boy' Insists
Miss Doran, 29-year-old school
teacher, took a one-up decision
over Virginia Dennehy, 19,x Yank Second se man Martin

Northwestern University coed
from Lake Forest, Ill.. NEW YORK-(P)-Billy Martinj
Miss Doran tangles today with would like to know why he's known
Miss Devany who won, one up, as "the bad boy of baseball." I
over Gloria Fecht from Palm The second baseman of the New
Springs, Calif. York Yankees in his brief three-
* year big league career, has had!
MISS MURRAY goes against more fights than many married
the 25-year-old Miss Nelson, an couples but he insists- he neverj
Indianapolis school teacher, to- started one in his life.!
day. * *
The Hoosier schoolmistress came "THEY GAVE me a reputation
up yesterday with a 3 and 2 vic- as a fighter," was the way Martin

CARDS 10, PIRATES 4
ST. LOUIS - A hitting spree
by Enos Slaughter and a master-
ful relief pitching job by Eddie
Erautt helped the St. Louis Car-
inals down the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates, 10-4, yesterday for theirr
fourth straight triumph.
But it was a clutch double by
Red Schoendienst, in his first
plate appearance since he was in-
jured by a thrown ball nine days
ago, that highlighted a five-run
uprising in the sixth and put the
Cards in front.
* * *
THAT BLOW was off John Het-
ki, who was charged with the de-
feat in relief.
The Redbirds spotted the Pi-
rates a 4-1 lead against Vine-
gar Bend Mizell, but they breezed
in behind the brilliant relief
pitching of Erautt, who hurled
5i innings of scoreless ball.
Erautt gained credit for the
victory, his first of the season.
Slaughter paced a heavy 12-hit
offense with two doubles and two
singles and drove in three runs.
PITILLIES 17, REDLEGS 8
CINCINNATI - Del Ennis drove
in six runs on two homers and two
singles yesterday to lead Phila-
delphia to a smashing 17-8 vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Redlegs.
It gave the Phils one victory in
the three-game series and let them
retain third place in the National
League pennant race.
IT TOOK the 18 hits the visi-
tors made to whip the slugging
Redlegs, who had taken a five-
run lead over pitcher Curt Sim-
mons in the first three innings.
Steve Ridzik took over and
was the winning pitcher.
The Phils, however, moved back
with three runs each in the fourth
and fifth innings and in a wild
sixth scored nine times.
Former'M
T ennis Player
In Navy Meet
The Navy Department announc-
ed yesterday that Alexander T.
Hetzeck of Detroit, former Michi-
gan tennis star, was a member of
the Commander Battleships and
Cruisers, Atlantic Fleet tennis
team which competed in the Fleet
tournament held from June 22,
through June 27 at the U. S.
Naval Station at Newport, Rhode
Island.
Ensign Hetzeck is currently serv-
ing aboard the heavy cruiser
U. S. S. Newport News.
DID YOU KNOW: that Michi-
gan's baseball coach Ray Fisher,
who has been honored as College
Baseball's "Coach of the Year,"
has tutored 16 Western Conference
baseball champions? Fisher has
coached Michigan to nine titles in
the last eleven seasons, and they
overall winning percentage of his
Michigan baseball teams for 32
years has been .687. The varsity
has recorded 572 victories and only
247 games have been lost in that
time.

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APARTMENTS, roomettes, or rooms by
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Campus Tourist Homes, 518 E_ Wil-
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JEAN MAtRE
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TODAY
THE TERRORS OF TOURUK
WHO STOPPED ROENIEk,
THE DESERT FOX!

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today?" or ":Watch out Martin,
here comes Courney (or Batts, or'
Piersall, or Bucha). I can't under-
stand it. I've always thought peo-
ple admired you for sticking up
for your rights."
"I'm getting used to the jeers.;
But when they booed me in De-
troit last week, that was quite a
shock. Why, that is the town where
the great Ty Cobb was so loved and
idolized. Why? Because he was the
most aggressive player who ever;
lived. He never gave the other fel-
low an inch and fought for every-
thing he got. And there they boo
me for trying to play the style of
ball he played.

- Also -
"SAFETY SPIN"
U.P.A. Cartoon
DEWS - SPORT
Coming Sunday
Jane Wyman - Ray Milland
in "Let's Do It Again"

tory over Mrs. Maurice Glick
Pikesville, Md.

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GOLFERS
Have fun at the
Partridge Practice Range
We furnish clubs and balls
-212 miles out Washte-
now - right on U.S. 23
for 1 mile.
OPEN EVERY DAY
10 A.M. - 11 P.M.

put it, "and now every guy and
his 'brother is trying to make me1
earn it. Sure, I've had some fights1
on the field but I never started!
any of them. The other day in De-I
troit, Matt Batts tagged me at thet
plate and then banged me on thel
nose with the ball while I was ly-
ing on the ground. What was I
supposed to do? Say "thank you'?
(Batts later apoligized to Martin).:
"They call me a rowdy and
dirty player," he said yesterday
in the quiet of the Yankee club-
house. "Why- Because I play
aggressive baseball? I challenge
those fans who boo me to show
me just once where I deliberately
did anything dirty or went out
of my way to hurt anyone. Just
once."
"They claim ball players today
are sissies. I say it's the fans who
are sissies. The other day I slid
hard into Ray Boone trying to
break upa double play. You should
ehave seen the stack of letters I
received the next day calling me a
dirty rotten player. You'd think I
had committed a crime.
* * *
"EVERY CITY we go into fans
holler at me, "Hey Martin, who
are you going to start a fight with

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Chicago ....61 38
Cleveland . ...56 42
Boston ... ..57 44
Washington 47 53
Philadelphia 43 55
Petroit .....34 64
St. Louis ....34 68

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Milwaukee ..57 41
Philadelphia 53 41
St. Louis . . . .53 43
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Cincinnati ,.45 54
Chicago ....35 60
Pittsburgh ..31 73

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 17, Boston 1
Cleveland 4, New York 3
Washington 7, Detroit 4
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 3
TODAY'S.GAMES
Detroit at Boston (night)
Chicago at Washington (night)
Cleveland at Philadelphia
(night)
St. Louis at New York

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 3, Brooklyn 2
Philadelphia 17, Cincinnati 8
St. Louis 10, Pittsburgh 4
Milwaukee 5, New York 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2)
(night)
New York at Cincinnati (night)
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Brooklyn at St: Louis (night)

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