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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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TIGER SHORTSTOP -- Harvey Kuenn slides across the plate with a run for the seventh place club
in a game with the league-leading New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Yankee catcher is Yogi
Berra. Berra smashed a single and a double to help the Yanks to a 5-4 victory over Freddy Hutchin-
son's up-and-coming team.'
SPORTS TRAIL:
Notre Dame May Play I Sugar Bowl

By WILL GRIMSLEY
I NEW YORK -(A) - Saturday
chit-chat:
The Sugar Bowl crowd is nego-
tiating with Notre Dame for a
Jan. 1 football appearance at New
Orleans and so far has received
'nothing but a favorable reaction.
. .. A "yes" or "no" answer is ex-
pected at the All-Star Game next
week in Chicago. ... Don't be too
surprised if it's "yes." . .,Kay
Riggs (Bobby's wife) is trying to
cook up a tennis tour idea involv-
ing Ralph Kiner, the Chicago
Cubs' home run specialist
Ralph has become quite asnet en-
thusiast and even tells his wife
(the former Nancy Chaffee) how
to hit the ball.
Our beloved secretary of the
Football Writers Association of
America, Bert McGrane of the
Des Moines Register, prefaces his
announcement of next week's
meeting in Chicago with this bit
of profound verse:
"Nice old fashioned deal we
got
s f

"Since platoons have gone to
pot.
"When they go in games, the
men
"Are gonna all have names
again."
* * *
Reports from the New York
Giants' entourage are that Leo
Durocher is barking at his men
and they are barking right back.
..nSays Giant President Horace
Stoneham: "So far as Leo is con-

cerned we haven't discussed next
season. If Durocher manages for
us next season it'll be my decision,!
not Leo's" . . . The sport goods
firms are beating the drums for a
new fumble-proof football to be in
use this fall .. . chemically treated,
its leather has a tacky, easy-to-
hold feel . . . moisture-rain, snow
or perspiration-makes the surface
stickier . . . "bette4 than putting
on a handle," says one manufac-
turer.

Porky Oliver Vaults into Lead'
At Tam O'Shanter Golf Tourney

Philadelphia
BeatsTigers
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Mickey Mantle,
Yogi Berra and Billy Martin blast-
ed Chicago pitching for home runs
yesterday in a 6-1 victory that
boosted the New York Yankees'
American League lead to six games
in the opener of an important
four-game series.
Mantle's inside-the-park blow
with two on in the four-run third
was a low liner that bounced past
the glove of Minnie Minoso, the
charging left fielder who never
quite got in front of the ball.
Berra followed with his 18th
homer of the season.
* * *
MARTIN'S HOMER into the
left field stands followed a walk
to Gene Woodling in the eighth
ining off Mike Fornieles, third
White Sox pitcher.
Connie' Johnson, 31-year-old
righthander, was nursing a 1-0
lead until he -fell victim 'to the
home run ball in the third.
Sherm Lollar's double and sin-
gles by Jim Rivera and Chico
Carrasquel had given him a run
in the second.
After the big third inning, Ed-
die Lopat recovered from a wob-
bly start to win his 11th of the
year against two defeats. The
chunky lefthander didn't finish,
however, giving way to Allie Rey-
nolds when his arm "stiffened a
little" after seven innings.
Lopat and Reynolds collaborat-
ed on an eight-hitter, two of the
hits coming off Reynolds.
Johnson, the loser, was relieved
by Gene Bearden with one out in
the third.
* * *
ATHLETICS 3, TIGERS 1
PHILADELPHIA-Alex Kellner
pitched the Philadelphia Athletics
to a seven-hit, 3-1 victory last
night over the Detroit Tigers at
Connie Mack Stadium.
Kellner settled down after a
shaky first frame in which the
Tigers scored their lone run.
THE A'S CAME back with two
runs in the third.
Gus Zernial hit his 27th hom-
er of the season with nobody
on in the fourth to end the
scoring.
Kellner posted hi 10th win
against nine defeats and turned
the tables on losing pitcher Ralph
Branca, the former Brooklyn ace,
who beat him at Detroit last
month.
The contest lasted only one
hour and 42 minutes.
* * *
CARDS 2, GIANTS 1
ST. LOUIS-Wilmer (Vinegar
Bend) Mizell and the St. Louis
Cardinals won a 2-1 duel yester-
day from Ruben Gomez and the
New York Giants in a game in
which Stan Musial's 15th home
run of the season provided the
margin of victory.
Mizell, gaining his tenth vic-
tory against six defeats, gave up
six hits and four walks while
striking out three to bring his
season's total to 103.
GOMEZ, suffering his sixth set-
back against nine triumphs, yield-
ed seven safeties, passed just one
man and fanned five, but two ex-
tra-base blows led to his defeat.
In addition to Musial's first-
inning home run, Ray Jablonski
doubled with two out in the
fourth and came home on Steve
Bilko's single.
All runs in the game were scored
after two were out.
DID YOU KNOW: that the
Michigan track team over the

years holds the lead in Big Ten
championships? The Wolverines
have won 35 Indoor and Outdoor
crowns. Their nearest rival, Illi-
nois, has 31 titles, and has won
the last six championships, three
Indoor and three Outdoor.
ON THE NEW
GIANT SCREEN
FRED MacMURRAY
VERA RALSTON
"FAIR WIND
TO JAVA"
Also --
"WOMAN THEY
ALMOST
LYNCHED"

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New York 71;
Chicago 66
Cleveland 61
Boston 60
Washington 52
Philadelphia 44a
Detroit 38
St. Louis 36
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Milwaukee 62
Philadelphia 58
St. Louis 57
New York 53
Cincinnati 49
Chicago 39
Pittsburgh 36
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Maor League Standings

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Chicago 1
Boston 4, Cleveland 2
Philadelphia 3, Detroit 1
Washington 12, St. Louis 0
A * *
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York (2)
Cleveland at Boston
Detroit at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Washington (night)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 9, Pittsburgh 2
Brooklyn 9, Cincinnati 4
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 4
St. Louis 2, New York 1
* * e
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night)
New York at St. Louis (night)
Philadelphia at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee

Oosterbaan Asks

73 Gridders

To Autumn Football Practice

Coach Bennie Oosterbaan has
invited 73 candidates back for the
official opening of fall football
practice on September 2.
Theicandidates actually will re-
port on September 1, for a session
with the news photographers be-
fore the opening of the regular
two-a-day drills.
S* * *
THE RULES permit 21 work-
outs before the Wolverines' open-
ing date at the Stadium with the
University of Washington's Hus-
kies.
The list includes the names of
23 lettermen from the 1952
team which finished in fourth
place in the Western Confer-
ence.
Two service returnees are sched-
uled to be among those reporting.
Dave Hill of Ypsilanti, a halfback
on the 1950 squad, has returned
from a tour of Army service which
included Korean duty. Hill was
a highly-touted freshman pros-
pect, - but got into only a few
games in his sophomore year. At
the conclusion of the season he
left school andsubsequently
wound up in the Army.
A *
HILL HAS gained some weight
and appears in top shape to battle
Ted Kress and Tom Hendricks for
the starting tailback berth.
Dave Williams of Dearborn is
the other returning serviceman.
He reported for spring prac-
tice in 1951, but was called into
the service.
The lettermen invited back in-
clude Captain Dick O'Shaughnes-
sy, Fred Baer, Jim Balog, Dick

Balzhiser, Jim Bates, Dick Beison,
Don Bennett, Tony Branoff, Ted
Cachey, Dan Cline, Don Dugger,
George Dutter, Ron Geyer, Bob
Hurley, Stan Knickerbocker, Gene
Knutson, Ted Kress, Duncan Mc-
Donald, Tad Stanford, Dick Stro-
zewski, Bob Topp, Art Walker and
Ron Williams.
* * *
Others on the invitation list in-
clude Bob Ames, Lou Baldacci,
Gordon Barnes, Wilbur Brown,
James Bowman, Fred Caffrey,
George Corey, Sal Dimucci, Larry
Cox, Don Drake, Phil Endres,
James Fox, Peri Gagalis, Jerry
Gonser, Tom Hendricks, Ed Hick-
ey, Earl Johnson, Carl Kamhout,
Ray Kenaga, Jerry Kirby, Bill
Kolesar, Joe Krahl, Charles
Krahnke, John Kuchka, Dean
Ludwig, Bill McKinley, Edgar
Meads, Bob Milligan, John Mor-
row, George Muellich, Bob Mar-
ion, Doug Murray, Michael Orend,
John Peckham, Dave Rentschler,
Chuck Ritter, Dick Rex, Ken
Shields, Joe Shomsky, Bob Sriver,
Junior Stielstra, Ray VanderZeyde,
John Veselenak, Dick VorenKamp,
Jack Wheeler, Gerald Williams,
and Peter Wolgast.
DID YOU KNOW: that Michi-
gan has won 18 Western Confer-
ence Baseball titles? The 1953
varsity climaxed its brilliant sea-
son by winning the national
championship at Omaha. Ray
Fisher has coached the Maize and
Blue for the last 32 years, and
during the past 12 seasons, his
teams have won 10 Big Ten cham-
pionships.

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FOR SALE
SHORT SLEJVE SPORT SHIRTS $1.39.
Skip-dents, 'sanforized, whites and
assorted colors. Sam's Store, 122 East
Washington St.
SMALL walnut gateleg table $40. One
large oak sideboard $5.00. One large
double-coil springs $15.00. One up-
holstered chair $1.00. One large wal-
nut veneer table and five chairs $25.
One wool rug $65. Two large walnut
veneer buffets, $15 each. One small
folding steel cot $10.00. Large daven-
port with green leatherette, $15. Two
doll high chairs, $2.50 each. Phone
2-9020.
B&L MICROSCOPE-Monocular auto-
matic stage lens 3.2, 10, 43, 97. Eye
pieces 5 and 10. Carrying case. Excel-
lent condition $180. Call 3-4849.
1949 BUICK Super Dynafio. Radio, heat-
er, turn signals, backup lights, foam
rubber cushions. $895. Cali 3-1870 or
2-8179 after 6 p.m.
RALIEGH 3-speed girl's bicycle. Call
Ruth Gowa, 2-3276.
WASHER-1951 Kenmore, ringer, like
new. Univ. Ext. 2-844.
FOWLING PIECE from Jeff Davis.
Daily Box 15.
1950 RENAULT - Excellent condition.
Reasonably priced. Call 2-9874 after
4 p.m.
MUSIC AMPLIFIER and public address
system in portable leatherette case.
New, only two available. Excellent
for high quality music reproduction.
Complete with =speaker, $49.95. A. A.
Radio & T.V. 1215 So. University.
Ph. 7942.
FOR RENT
DELUXE Bachelor Apt. Private entrance.
Semi-private bath. Between Ypsi and
Ann Arbor. $67.50 a month. Ph. 2-9020.
ACCOMMODATIONS for Fall are avail-
able forrmen students now in large
double rooms in house 5 minutes
from campus. Call 3-0849, 406 Packard
APARTMENTS, roomettes, or rooms by
day or week for campus visitors.
Campus Tourist Homes, 518 E. Wil-
liam St. Phone 3-8454.
GOLFERS
Have fun at the
Partridge Practice Range
We furnish clubs and balls
--212 miles out Washte-
flaw-- right on U.S. 23
for 1 mile.
OPEN EVERY DAY
10 A.M. -I1 P.M.

TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Ride to or near State Col-
lege, Pennsylvania by woman and
boy on or after August 14. Call 3-4332
after 8:30 pm.
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Taxi cab drivers, full or part
time. Yellow and Chcker Cab Co.
113 S. Ashley. Ph. 9382.
MAKE $20.00 DAILY - Sell luminous
name plates. write Reeves Co., Attle-
boro, Mass., Free Sample and details.
BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHING, Finished Work, and Nand
Ironing. Cotton dresses a specialty.
Rufl dry and wet washing. Also tron-
Ing separately. Free pick-up and de-
livery. Phone 2-9020.
RADIO-PHONO SERVICE
" Fast-In Today, Ready Tomorrow
* Reasonable Rates-Guaranteed Service
" Phonos & Auto Radios Our Specialty
" New & Used Radios & Phonos
" Custom Auto Radios at Reduced Price
ANN ARBOR RADIO & T.V.
1215 So. University Ph. 7942
EXPERT TYPIST - Rates reasonable.
Prompt service. 914 Mary Street,
3-4449.
TYPING -- Reasonable rates, accurate
and efficient. Ph. 7590. 830 S. Main.
WANTED TO RENT
AIR FORCE officer, wife, & cocker span-
iel desire to rent or lease 2 or 3 bed-
room home for 2 years, preferably
suburb or semi-rural location. Daily
Box 24.
YOUNG COUPLE seeking or 3 rooms.
Husband law school student, wife
school teacher, no children, no pets.
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CHICAGO - (A) - Ed (Porky)
Oliver, shooting a five-under-par
67, out-golfed a collapsing Lew
Worsham in a late afternoon
downpour to capture the halfway
lead in the $75,000 "World" pro
tourney yesterday by two strokes
at 135.
That put Oliver of Palm Springs,
Calif., nine under par for 36 holes.
WORSHAM, aping his blowup In
the final round of last year's
World, staggered to three one-
over-pars between the 14th and
17th greens. He wound up with a
72 after Thursday's pace-setting
65 and a 36-hole total of 137.
Oliver carved Tam O'Shan-
ter's par 36-36--72 course for a

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splendid 33-34 after opening
Thursday with a 68.
The World's top prize is $25.000,
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* * *
WORSHAM of Oakmond, Pa.,
was the last of the 83-player pro
field to finish. He shared the 137
second spot with Dave Douglas of
Newark, Del., and Bob Toski of
Northampton, Mass.
Notched at 138, three strokes
off the pace, was Chandler Har-
per with a second straight 69.
Four players were tied at 139-
Jack Burke, Al Besselink, Freddie
Haas and Skee Riegel.
* * *
-TOSKI, WHO had a 71 Thurs-
day, finished about two hours aft-
er Douglas with his 34-32 round.
In the concurrent World Ama-
teur, defending champion Frank
Stranahan, seeking his fourth
straight title, shot a nifty 67 to
wrest the lead from Joe Conrad
of San Antonio, Tex. 138 to 143.
Cary Middlecoff of Memphis,
Tommy Bolt of Houston and Ted
Kroll of Utica, N Y., tied at 140.
BRACKETED at 141 were Ed
Furgol of Clayton, Mo., with 68-
73; Dutch Harrison of Ardmore,
Okla., 70-71; and Shelly Mayfield
of Cedarhurst, N. Y., 69-72.
Lloyd Mangrum of Niles, Ill.,
and Bob Hamilton of Evansville,{
Ind., each shot 72-71-143.
In the concurrent $12,0001
"World" Women's pro meet, Louise7
Suggs overhauled Patty Berg at
149, three under feminine par. Miss
Suggs scored a second-round! 76,
while Miss Berg strayed to a 79.

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