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THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE R'AREE

Indians Overpower Boston, 3-9

Winners Collect 17 Hits;

Major League Standings

LOST AND FOUND ROOM AND BOARD

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON - After spotting the
Boston Red Sox three runs in the
first inning, Cleveland's rebound-
ing Indians surged from behind
4 for a 13-9 victory yesterday by
generating 17 hits.
Dale Mitchell, Bob Avila and
Jim Hegan each connected thrice
to pull the game out of the fire
for starting pitcher Early Wynn.
The Cleveland righthander
gave the Red Sox all but one of
their 14 hits and was lashed for
a three-run homer bynDel Wil-
ber inthe seventh inning. Bob
Lemon and Bob Hooper had to
be called upon to bolster Wynn.
The Indians drove starter Mar
Grissom to cover with a four-runs
blasting in the second session,
then lacerated 'Hershel Freeman
and Ben Flowers for five runs in
the third.
The line score:
Cleveland 045 010 012-13 17 0
Boston 300 001 302- 9 14 0
Wynn, Lemon (8), Hooper (9) and
Began; Grissom, Freeman (2),
Flowers (3), Kinder (9) and
White, Wilber (4)
W-Wynn; L-Grissom
HR: Boston-Wilber
NEW YORK-Bob Elliot tripled
with the bases loaded in a five-run
first inning yesterday as the Chi-
cago White Sox knocked off the
New York Yankees for the second
straight day, 8-4.
Saul Rogovin needed relief help
from Harry Dorish in the ninth
after Yank homers by Gene Wood-
ling and Hank Bauer
WILLIE MIRANDA was back
in the New York Yankee lineup
replacing shortstop Phil Rizzuto
whose leg injury may keep him on
the bench for two weeks.
Manager Casey Stengel called
Miranda's fielding "very good
and sensational at times."
The Cuban shortstop hit his
first major league home run in
Wednesday's game against his
former teammates, the Chicago
T, White Sox.
Stengel said Miranda had done
"very good" work for the Yanks
as a replacement for Rizzuto dur
duing the past, week. He wouldn't
discuss the future.
The line score:°.
Chicago 500 201 000-8 12 1
New York 000 110 002-4 7 2,
Rogovin, Dorish (9) and Wilson;
McDonald, Kuzava (1), Gorman
(8) and Berra, Silvera (9)
Baird Paces
Jockey Race
At MRA Oval
DETROIT - ()- Detroit Race
Course jockey Bobby Baird, a 29-
year-old Texan, was aboard two
winners yesterday and went two
up on two-time champion Louis
R 0. Cook in the individual jockey
standings.
Baird's best race today was the
Detroit Board of Commerce An-
niversary Purse as he piloted Gold-
en Trend to a nose victory over
heavily favored Shag Tails. The
time of 1:37 and one-fifth was
Sonlya fifth of a second off the
track record.'
Golden Trend won on open-
ing day and this was its second
start.
Baird now has 23 winners in 24
racing days while defending cham-
pion Cook, who rode a single win-
ner today, has 21.
Moore Keeps Title
OGDEN, Utah - () - Light
heavyweight champion Archie
Moore retained his title last night

in a bruising 15-round match with
Joey Maxim. The decision was
unanimous by the referee and two
judges.
ENDING TONIGHT
PIDGEON
TOMORROW - FRIDAY
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W-Rogovin; L-McDonald
HRs: Chicago-Minoso; New York
-Miranda, Woodling, Bauer
* * *
CHICAGO - The Philadelphia
Phillies defeated the Chicago Cubs
f or the 10th straight time behind
Karl Drews' five-hit pitching for
an 8-2 victory yesterday as they
pounded four doubles and two
triples among 12 hits.
The line score:
Philadelphia 100 120 400--8 12 1
Chicago 000 000 002-2 5 3
Drews and Lopata; Minner, Lown
(7), Jones (9) and McCullough
L-Minner

New York
Cleveland
Chicago
Boston
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xPhiladelphia
xSt. Louis
xDetroit

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32
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xMilwaukee 41
xBrooklyn 38.
xSt. Louis 37
Philadelphia 34
xNew York 30,
xCincinnati 23
Chicago 20
xPittsburgh 22
x-Night Games

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x-Not including last night's games
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 13, Boston 9
Chicago 8, New York 4
St. Louis at Washington (night)
Detroit at Philadelphia (night)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York
Cleveland at Boston
Detroit at Philadelphia (night)
St. Louis at Washington (night)

LOST on or near campus, 2 keysI
dorm) on small ring. Phone
133 Tyler between 5-7 p.m.

(car &
2-4591,

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 8, Chicago 2
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night)
New York at St. Louis (night)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night)
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee-
Brooklyn at Cincinnati
New York at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago

FOR SALE
CANARIES - Beautiful singers & fe-
males. Parakeets $7 and up. Mrs.
Ruffins, 62 S. Seventh. )123F
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords $6.98. Sox,
39c; Shorts, 69c; Military Supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
MUST SELL-going South on Friday-
New 3-speed victrola, portable, best
offer; 8 months old mouton fur coat,
size 9; new formal, size 9 and various
other clothing. Phone 6638.
MODERN table lamp. Call Univ. Ext.
2841 (925) 9 to 5 weekdays.
BOLSEY B-2 35mm camera, Cirofiex
Reflex camera, accessories. Both like
new. Call Univ. Ext. 2841 (925).
USED STUDY DESK 27"x42", study
chair, bookcase, 5-drawer enameled
chest of drawers, ironing board, kit-
chen stool, picnic basket. Ph. 2-6035.
FOR RENT
LARGE, COOL double rooms and one
single room available for male stu-
dents in house 5 minutes from cam-
pus. Ice box privileges. Call 3-0849.

ROOM AND MEALS or meals only. Good
food. On campus. 1319 Hill. Ph.
2-6422.
PERSONAL
KENNETH N. WESTERMAN-Teacher of
singing and speech, has summer
schedule vacancies. Phone 6584, 715
Granger.
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED-Drive Detroit-A.A.
and return T W Th F. Call WA2-4305
Detroit after 6.
WANTED-A ride to Cadillac or vicinity
Friday, June 26. Call Mrs. Fivash
2-3368.
MISCELLANEOUS
EVERYBODY, but everybody, on cam-
pus this summer can take advantage
of Special Student Rates to leading
periodicals. Can you afford Time
at 6c an issueor Life at 8c? Phone
orders today; pay later. Student Per-
iodical, Ph. 6007..

HELP WANTED
STUDENT to wait on table for meals.
1319 Hill. Ph. 2-6422.
READER WANTED for blind Shake-
speare student, 10 hours weekly. Cal'
3-1322 after 6.
BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHING, Finished Work, and Hand
Ironing. Cotton dresses a specialty.
Ruff dry and wet washing. Also iron-
ing separately. Free pick-up and 4,-
livery. Phone 2-9020.
READ I OAS- PHONOS
New and used and, all guaranteed.
Phono needles -- portable batteries.
We repair all types of radios, phonos,
and T. V.
Summer Special
Phono Jack and switch Installed free
in your radio with purchase of V.IL
Triomatic Changer Attachment.
ANN ARBOR RADIO & TV
"Student Service"
1215 So. Univ., Ph. 7942
lxz blocks east of East Fng.
HOME TYPING SERVICE-Reasonabl#
rates. Call Mrs. Conner, 2-7605.

GENE WOODLING
... futile Yank homer

SAUER FRACTURES FINGER:
Chico Leads L'il Phil in All-Star Voting

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO Chico Carrasquel
of the Chicago White Sox yes-
terday wrested the American
league shortstop lead from New
York's Phil Rizzuto in the All-
Star game balloting.
Carrasquel has amassed 140,336
votes in the latest returns of the
voting to select the starting Na-
tional and American League line-
ups in the July 14 classic at Cin-
cinnati.
Bulletin
PHILADELPHIA - () --
The lowly Detroit Tigers pinned
back the ears of the Philadel-
phia Athletics last night, 6-3,
for the second straight time, as
winner Ned Garver survived a
three-run Philadelphia flurry
in the eighth inning.
Steve Souchock's two-run
homer headed up a four-run
Tiger rally in the first.
AP BRIEFS
WIMBLEDON, England - Seix-
as of Philadelphia, second seeded
in men's singles in the All-Eng-
land lawn tennis championships,
moved into the third round yes-
terday by defeating Vladyslaw
Skonecki, self-exiled Pole, 6-2, 6-2,
7-5.
Another seeded player, Jaroslav
Drobny of Egypt, won his second
round match from Bernard Bart-
zen of San Angela, Tex., 6-4, 6-3,
6-3. Drobny, who gained the finals
at Wimbledon twice but has yet
to win the championship, is seed-
ed No. 4.
In other results on the third
day of the two-week long tour-
nament, Julie Sampson of Pas-
adena, Calif., defeated Miss L,
Van Der Westhuizen, South Af-
rica, 6-1, 6-3 in a second round
match.
Raymundo Deyro, Philippines,
eliminated Britain's J. A. Pickard,
6-2, 6-3, 6-0.
PHILADELPHIA - Al Kaline
18 - year - old bonus outfielder,
donned a Detroit Tigers uniform
Tuesday night for the first time.
Nervous but grinning, the Balti-
more high school sensation took
his cuts in batting practice before
the Tigers-Athletics game.
"I'M GRATEFUL for the chance
the Detroit Baseball Club has giv-
en me," said Kaline, "and I only
hope I can make the grade. This
is an opportunity everyyoungster
dreams about when he's playing
high school baseball and I aim to
make the most of it."
Tiger Manager Fred Hutchin-
son said he had no intention of
starting Kaline as yet.
"They tell me the boy is a nat-
ural hitter and if the occasion
arises that he's needed for a pinch-
hiter role, I'll give him that
chance," said Hutch.
TODAY AND FRIDAY

Rizzuto, with 136,802, trails
Chico by 3,534 votes.
The total count of ballots in the
nation-wide poll which closes mid-
night July 3 was 652,905.
CHICAGO - Hank Sauer, the
Chicago Cubs' slugging outfielder
and the National League's most
valuable player in 1952, has been
sidelined with a fractured ring fin-
ger on his right hand.
Sauer suffered the injury dur-
ing a pepper game Tuesday, but
the fracture was not discovered
until X-rays were taken short-
ly after noon Wednesday.
It was not known immediately
how long Sauer would be out of
action.
* * *
DETROIT - Detroit scout
George Moriarty Tuesday signed
righthanded pitcher Joe Langham-
mer to a Tiger minor league con-
tract.
Langhammer, 18, who attended
Chicago's De La Salle High School,

will be assigned to a Detroit class
D farm club.
GRAND HAVEN -Defending
champion Mrs. Edgar Reynolds of
Lansing and Mrs.* Rylma Mar-
quardt of Mt. Clemens will meet
Faculty and student entries
are now being accepted for the
summer I-M Softball league.
Deadline for entries is Friday,
June 26. Phone 8109.
-Don Robinson
in Spring Lake's 30th annual wo-
mens golf tournament finals today.
Mrs. Reynolds defeated Gull
Lake champion Judy Renoldj
2 and 1 in today's semi-
finals. Mrs. Marquardt elimi-
nated Spring Lake's Mrs. Rich-
ard Babcock 1-up on the 19th
in the day's closest match.
Both Mrs. Marquardt and Mrs.
Babcock posted medal scores ofj
83 but an 18th hole birdie won the
match for Mrs. Marquardt.

NCAA Links
Tourney Opens
At B road moor
COLORADO SPRINGS - (A) -
Husky Merle Backlund of Colorado
University challenged Eddie Mer-
rins of Louisiana State for the f a-
vorite's role as 64 golfers teed off
yesterday in match play to decide
the individual championship of the
56th NCAA tournament.
Merrins continued, to be ranked
the top linksman despite the fact
Backlund yesterday copped medal-
ist honors with a record-breaking
137 for 36 holes over the par-70,
6,622-yard Broadmoor course at
the foot of Cheyenne Mountain.
Backlund faces Charles Cassi-
dy of the University of Southern
California in the first match of
today's upper bracket. Merrins
was paired with Fred Brown of
Stanford in the lower bracket.
Stanford University won the
team championship yesterday with
a four-man total of 578, ending
the four-year reign of North Tex-
as State.

ROOMS FOR RENT

ROOMS, Roomettes and Apartments by
day or week for campus visitors. -
Campus Tourist Homes, 518 E. Wil-
liam. Phone 3-8454.
ROOM in Fraternity House close to
campus. Call 2-8312.
WANTED-Girl to share apartment for
summer. Phone 2-7754 after 6.
VERY ATTRACTIVE Furnished Apart-
ment near campus for 3 girls. Two
bedrooms and two baths. Long-term
rental only. References required. Call
7380.
ROOM AND BOARD
EXCELLENT MEALS-Second helping
plus all the milk desired. One block
from campus. Ph. 3-4280.
TRAVEL
Want a trip abroad without leaving
A2? Live or board at Nelson Interna-
tional House, 915 Oakland, Phone
3-8506.

Dept. of Speech Plays
SEASON TICKETS NOW
SINGLE TICKETS MONDAY
July 1-4 THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT
July 8-11 KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY
July 22-25 THE COUNTRY GIRL
July 29-Aug. 1 PYGMALION
Aug. 6-8, 10 THE TALES OF HOFFMANN
With the School of Music
All PerfQrmances 8:00 P.M.
SEASON TICKETS: $6.00 - $4.75 - $3.25
Single Tickets: Plays $1.20 - 90c - 60c
Musical and Opera $1.50 - $1.20 - 90c
Box Office 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
North End Women's League Building

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Louise Suggs Looms Favorite in
Women's Golf Championships

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By HUGH FULLERTON JR.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.-()P)-A
compact but talent loaded field of
36 feminine golfers starts play to-
day in the Women's Open cham-
pionship sponsored by the United
States Golf Association.
And, as usual, the nrofessional
brigade headed by Louise Suggs
appears to be in complete com-
mand.
* * *
INSTEAD OF the bigger entry
list that was expected, only a few
of the top flight women amateurs
entered. Two of them, Barbara
McIntire of Toledo, O., and Judy
Blicke of Columbus, O., later with-
drew.
The girl pros are ready to
shoot for the $2,000 top money.

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The 6,417-yard, par 37-37-74
Country Club of Rochester course
will provide a real test. It's longer
than most of the courses the girls
played on the professional tour
and there's some real deep rough.
BETTY JAMESON, who won the
Women's Amateur championship
twice and the pro title once, pre-
dicted Wednesday a 72-hole score
of 300 should be good enough to
take the jackpot.
The other champions include
Patty Berg of Chicago and Betsy
Rawls of Spartanburg, S. C., win-
ners of the Open titles in 1946
and; Betty Hicks, Beverly Han-
son and Jackie Pung, former Wo-
men's Amateur champions. They
are all pros now.

Cinema SL quild
RE-OPENS TONIGHT
SHOWS AT 7 & 9 P.M.
NEW SOUND - NEW SCREEN - NEW PROJECTION
And A New Summer Policy:
Two Outstanding Shows Every Week
STARTING TONIGHT
TONIGHT & FRIDAY
W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S
"QUARTET"
A J. ARTHUR RANK PRODUCTION
With a Cast of Forty Stars
"A STUDIED AND SEARCHING ILLUSTRATION of personality
.. Hilarious satire . . . screamingly funny . . . You're likely to
leave the theatre feeling that you ve seen not only a large-sized
entertainment, but a rounded, stimulating view of life."
-Bosley Crowther, New York Times
EXTRAI BUGS BUNNY in "GORILLA MY DREAMS"
In Technicolor

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"SEVEN SINNERS"
with BRODERICK CRAWFORD, MISCHA AUER
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all the purple sirens of the past. The finest edge of satire, a
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