THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1953
CHUCK DRESSEN ED MATTHEWS
. .. NL manager . . . NL third-sacker
ROY CAMPANELLA YOGGI BERRA MIKE GARCIA
... NL backstop . . . AL catcher ... AL right hander
... AL pilot
Pierce Faces Roberts in All-Star
* * * *
And NL Plat
CINCINNATI - (P) - Skept
American Leaguers, openly crit
Qf Casey Stengel's pitching stra
gy, hope the old manager's we
series magic will work in todE
All-Star game against the pow
house National League.
Stengel is under fire for his
sistence on going with only
southpaw pitcher-Chicago's B
Pierce - against the Nation
PIERCE WAS Stengel's not
nation as junior circut star
while National League pilot Chi
Dressen called on right-han
Robin Roberts of the Phils in
attempt to present his league w
its fourth straight victory in
"Speaking as a fan," said Ge
eral Manager Frank Lane of t
White Sox, "I can't see wl
Stengel picked only one lef
hander when anybody can s
that the National is stack
with southpaw swingers. Ho
did he overlook Mel Parne
Boston's fine lefthander?"
Calvin Griffith, Washing t
vice-president, also express
amazement over Stengel's fail
to select Parnell.
NATIONAL LEAGUERS, s
smarting from four straight wo
series defeats by Stengel, were cc
fident they could gain some me
ure of revenge by whipping1
Yankee skipper for the foul
straight time in the mid-sumn
classic. They beat him 4-3, 8-3 a
3-2 in the last three years.
Although the American Leagi
has won 12 of the previous
clashes, the betting gentry hi
installed the Nationals a 7-5 fa
e Power Looms
ical They base their odds on the
ate- home run ability of Cincinnati's
rld Ted Kluszewski and Gus Bell, Mil-
ay's waukee's Eddie Mathews and P9t.
er- Louis' Stan Musial and Enos
Slaughter, all of whom bat left-
in- handed. Red Schoendienst of the
one Cardinals, the National League's,
illy leading hitter, hits both ways.
mi- AMERIAN LEAGUE
rter Goodman, Boston (.329) 2b
uck Vernon, Washington (.316) lbs
der Bauer, New York (.286) rf
an Rosen, Cleveland (.313) 3b
ith Zernial, Philadelphia (.266) If
the Berra, New York (.266) ce
Mantle, New York (.314) cf
Carrasquel, Chicago (.256) ss
he- Pierce, Chicago (10.5) p
by NATIONAL LEAGUE
ft- Reese, Brooklyn, (.283) ss
ee Schoendienst, St. Louis (.314) 2b
ed Musial, St. Louis (.304) If tF:
ow Kluszewski, Cincinnati (.311) lb
ll, Camnpanella, Brooklyn (.302) c
Mathews, Milwaukee (.304) 3b
on Bell, Cincinnati (.320) of
ed Slaughter, St. Louis (.292) rf ROBIN ROBERTS
ure Roberts, Philadelphia (14-6) p Dressen's mound choic
til PREDICTS PENNANT FAILURE:
the Harris Says Cheap Homers A i
nd y The Associated Press HARRIS SAID he's convinced 301 you ca
NEW YORK - Bucky Harris, from his experience both as man- tage it is.
who used to boss the New York ager of the Yankees and as oppos-
ue Yankees but now is busy trying to ing manager that the world cham- FRICK BA
19 bash 'em says the world cham- pions have no big psychological CINCINN
as pions get most of their mileage on advantage, missioner
a' "cheap home runs." "Some say the word 'Yankee, major leagu
Furthermore, he adds, the Yanks makes everybody else play dead," sion last n
- this year aren't the ball club they he added. "I don't think so. I which proh
once were and he wouldn't be sur- don't think the fact they're the ritory from
prised to see them thwarted in Yankees give them any edge at This elim
their bid for the fifth American all of the St. I
League penant-probably by the lother franc
Chicago White Sox. "If I had to put my finger on cept during
+ . : the success of the Yankees I would
"YOU HAVE to go with the have to lay it on their fine farm I
Yanks now because of that fat system and the way they train Daves Bo
I five-game lead," the lean-jawed their men to get cheap home runs Cooley 1
Washington pilot said, shortly be- Psycholo
fore departing for the all-star I THINK these short home runs Pickups
game in Cincinnati. have been big factors in the Yan-
"But they're not the team they "The first thing they do is
were last year, or the year be- teach their men to pull the ball
fore. Reynolds (Allie) and Vic into the short right or left field
Raschi, their two big reliables, fences. rfi
aren't pitching as well. The "Did you ever notice how many
team as a whole isn't as solid- games they win on these cheap
not as sure of itself. home runs? The boys are always
"If the Yankees have as much pulling for 'em and with the right
trouble on their coming western field 296 feet away and left field
trip 'as I suspect they will-if
Cleveland is as troublesome as it $ RTHANC1
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CHICAGO-( P)-Who lit the
fuse on the rocketing Chicago
White Sox, who only a month ago
were lodged in the American
League's fifth place, 13 games off
It all started when General
Manager Frank Lane quietly ob-
tained two aging players from the
St. Louis Browns June 13.
SINCE THIRD baseman Bob
Elliott, 36, and pitcher Virgil (Fire)
Trucke, 34, joined the club, the Sox
have won 25 of their last 31 games
and vaulted into a solid second.
Trucks was a teen ager in Ala-
bama when Sox manager Paul
Richards-then pilot of the At-
lanta Crackers-first saw him.
Later Richards and Trucks were
together with the Detroit Tigers.
When Trucks came to the Sox,
Richards ordered him to 1.) Take
off a little weight down to about
190; 2.) Rate himself so he would-
n't tire in the late innings; and
3.) Perfect a curve to eace the
strain of hurling five straight vic-
tories for Richards.
THE SLUGGING Elliott, in a
batting slump with the Browns,
also caught the Sox fever and now
has hit safely in 17 of 26 games
for a .349 average.
With the acquisition of this
pair, the Palehouse seemed to
jell and at once with effective
pitching and hitting that has
shot, them 31 games ahead of
Cleveland and five behind the
leading New York Yankees.
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triples, 49 doubles and 21 homers,
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The team's bat work as a whole
has been .288 for the last month,
CHICAGO - (P) - Defend-
ing champion Art Larsen of San
Leandro, Calif., won his first
two matches as the National
Clay Courts Tennis tournament
Larsen, second-seeded in the
tourney, breezed to a first-round
victory over Lt. David Hoene of
Great Lakes, Ill., 6-3, 6-1. In
the second round, the California
ace beat Donald Fontana of
Toronto, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.
Fontana collapsed after tak-
ing the first set with power tac-
tics and Larsen grabbed the
next two handily.
a 15 point boost to .267 for the
Richards isn't taking any
chances that his Sox will cool
off during the all-star game re-
spite. Aiming for a doubleheader
with Washington Thursday,
Richards has ordered workouts
for half of the squad Tuesday
and the other half Wednesday.
"We aren't going to let up now,"
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