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FRIDAY, JULY 1', 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MARCIANO, LASTARZA THE PRINCIPLES:
First Act: Signing Title Fight Contract

By WHITNEY MARTIN
NEW YORK - (R) - We peered
around Rocky Marciano's head to
kibitz as he signed innumerable
copies of a contract which obli-
gates him to defend his heavy-
weight championship against Ro-
land LaStarza Sept. 24.
It wasn't hard to do. The peer-
ing that is. Rocky's head is the
same size as it was when digging
ditches and doing other manual
chores up at Brockton to make an
t honest buck.
* * * -
"ROCKY Marciano," he wrote.
"Rocky Marciano ... Rocky Mar-
ciano,... Rocky Marchiano ... "
"Hey," we'blurted, "you chang-
ed it." He looked up and grinned
impishly.
4 "I know," he wsaid. "It don't
fil

make any difference." Maybe he
just wanted to be sure he remem-
bered how to spell his family name.
"Dont's use- Rocco any more," he
added. "Nobody ever called me that
but my mother, anyway."
* * *
THE OFFICIAL signing over,
it was time for the newsreel men
and still photographers to take
over, so the crowd in Bob Chris-
tenberry's plush office eased into
an adjoining room, a bare, bleak
expanse at the moment cluttered
with wires and portable lights and
cameras. It was hot and stuffy.
Christenberry was placed be-
hind a desk with Marciano and
LaStarza on either side of him.
The still photogs had the trio
post in a variety of positions,
ending with Rocky and Rollie,

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HIajor League Chemistry A,
Standings After Third M
AMERICAN LEAGUE Only two undefeated teams re-
New York 56 26 .683 - mained yesterday as the four in-
Chicag ork 56 326.6283 -tramural softball leagues com-
Chicago 54 32 .628 4 dthrt r ekof ~
*Cleveland 48 35 .578 811 pleted their third week of cor-
' *Boston 74 39 .547 11 petition.
Washington 42 44 .491 16
*Philadelphia 34 51 .400 231 UPSET?
*St. Louis 31 55 .360 27 L
*Detroit 27 57 .321 30 ai
*Not including night games
t YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 6, Washington 5 (1st) D ancer IVfeet
Chicago 5, Washington 4 (2nd)
New York at St. Louis (2-night)
Boston at Detroit (night) A t A rlington
Philadelphia at Cleveland
r (night) The Associated Press
TODAY'S GAMES CHICAGO - Some trainers and
Washington at Chicago (night) race observers think a horse named
New York at St. Louis (night) Van Crosby may upset favored
Boston at Detroit (night) Native Dancer and seven other
Philadelphia at Cleveland speedsters in tomorrow's rich
(night) $155,000 Arlington Classic.
R. L. Baird, leading jockey at
NATIONAL LEAGUE Detroit, flew to Chicago to ride
W L Pct. GB Van Crosby in a workout Wednes-
*Brooklyn 50 31 .617 - day in which the gelding went a
*Milwaukee 49 33 .598 1 mile in 1:40 2-5 handily.
*Philadelphia 45 34 .570 4 * * *
*St. Louis 46 35 .568 4 AFTER the workout Harold 0.
*New York 43 37 .538 6 Simmons, the horse's trainer, said
*Cincinnati 37 46 .446 14 he believed that Native Dancer
*Chicago 30 50 .375 19 will have to break a speed record
*Pittsburgh , 27 61 .307 26% to win the one-mile classic.
*Not including night games Native Dancer, winner of 15
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS races in 16 starts, will carry 126
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (night) pounds and will be ridden by
St. Louis at Brooklyn (night) jockey Eric Guerin. Van Crosby
Chicago at New York (night) and Jim Norris' Jamie K. each
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2- will carry 120 pounds. Eddie Ar-
night) caro will be aboard Jamie K.
TODAY'S GAMES The field of nine probable start-
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (night) ers shaped up Thursday with the
St. Louis at Brooklyn (2-night) arrival of Royal Bay Gem.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia Rounding out the field are Ace
(night) Destroyer; Navy Page; Sir Mango;
Only games scheduled Thaxter, and Berseem.
* * *
Stewart's Pinch Hit Home Run
Gives Chisox Two Game Sweep
CHICAGO - (P) - A pinch by Wayne Terwilliger and Ed
two-run homer by Eddie Stewart Fitz Gerald spun the Nats ahead
in the eighth inning yesterday gave 3-0 in the second inning. Mi-
the Chicago White Sox a 5-4 night- nie Minoso's two-run homer in
cap victory over the Washington the third cut the margin to 3-2.
Senators after a clutch run-scor- Mickey Vernon's double figured
ing single by pitcher Billy Pierce in another Washington tally in the
in the 10th inning provided the on- eighth before Stewart's homer in
rushing second-place White Sox gh b rSe ng
rush ng econ -pl ce W ite Sox the Sox half of the inning cinched
with a 6-5 opening triumph, it for the onrushing second-place
In the nightcap, Stewart step- Palehose.
ped to the plate m place of third .. *
baseman Rocky Krsnich in the IN THE 10-INNING first game,
eighth inning and parked his sec- Sandy Consuegra blanked his for-
and homer of the season in the mer mates on two hits through the
right field stands. first six innings while the Sox
* * .
THE BLOW scored Sam Mele grabbed a 2-0 edge.
ahead of him and provided the Then the Nats scored twice in
Sox victory margin. Mele had the seventh only to have Chica-
smashed a double to score Min- orge ahead 4-2 in its half of
nie inos jus beore tewat's the inning when Nellie Fox made
blow his only hit of the game, a two-
The three-run eighth, assured run single over second base.
the Sox relief ace, Harry Dorish, But in the eighth, Eddie Yost
of his seventh triumph against singled and Pete Runnels followed
three losses. with his first homer of the year
Dorish made his third start of to deadlock the score 4-4.
the season and his 36th mound Washington scored in the ninth,
appearance and levelled Washing- and Consuegra, was replaced by
ton with seven hits. Mike Fornieles. Busby sacrificed
* * * Jackie to second and he went to
BOB PORTERFIELD was the third when Terwilliger, who had
loser, yielding nine safeties to drop been intentionally passed, was
his ninth decision against 10 vic- forced at second.
tories. Fornieles then served a wild
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