JFRMAY, JULY 23, 1854
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~'R1DAY, JULY 23, 1954 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
Cleveland, Yankees Win
Feller, Lemon Beat Boston;
Mantle, Byrd Tame Chisox
Cubs Smash Giants, 13-5,
As Dodgers Down Redlegs
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BOSTON (M - Vic Wertz, Bob
Feller, and Bob Lemon combined
their efforts to give the league
leading Cleveland Indians a sweep
of a twin-bill with the Boston Red
Sox, yesterday, taking the first
game 6-3 and the nightcap 5-2.
Lemon, now 10-5, held the Red
Sox hitless until his pitching rival
Skinny Brown bounced a one-out
single over the head of third base-
man Al Smith in the sixth inning
of the nightcap.
The twin triumphs gave Cleve-
land a 13-1 margin against the
Red Sox this season. The Indians
now have won seven of their last
eight in the tight American League
Feller, now 8-1, scored his sev-
opener on a seven-hitter as Vic
Wertz knocked in four runs with
his second and third round trippers
of the season.
Wertz hit both of his homers off
starter and loser Frank Sullivan.
* * *
YANKEES 4-11, WHITE SOX 3-1
NEW YORK (-Mickey Mantle
starred at bat and Johnny Sain
and Harry Byrd performed bril-
lianty on the mound as the New
York Yankees swept both ends of
a doubleheader from the Chicago
White Sox Thursday 4-3 and 11-1.
The twin victories enabled the
Yankees to stay within half a game
of the Cleveland Indians who also
swept a doubleheader, whipping
the Boston Red Sox 6-3 and 5-2.
Mantle collected four hits and
drove in two runs in each game.
His single in the eight inning of
the opener tied the score at 3-3
and his homer in the 10th broke up
Sain, making his 31st relief ap-
pearance, won his fifth game a-
gainst two losses and Byrd won his
sixth decision against five defeats.
The White Sox now trail the Cleve-
land Indians by 6 games.
TIGERS 9, ATHLETICS 4
PHILADELPHIA (-A pair of
two-run homers by Jim Delsing
and Harvey Kuenn and bases-
empty round trippers by Wayne
Belardi and Frank Bolling over-
powered the Philadelphia Athletics
as the Detroit Tigers took a 9-4
decision before a sparse crowd of
1,675 Thursday night.
Singles by Lou himmer, Vic
Power and Bill Wilson gave the
A's a one-run lead in the first,
but in the third Tiger hurler Ray
Herbert singled and Kuenn hom-
ered to put Detroit ahead.
The A's bounced back briefly
with a three run rally in the
fourth. Wilson walked, Jim Fini-
gan singled and Joe DeMaestri hit
a two-run triple, then scored on
Herbert's wild pitch.
* * *
SENATORS 3, ORIOLES 2
WASHINGTON (R)-Mickey Ver-
non's single with the bases loaded
and one out in the ninth inning
scored Maury McDermott from
third base to give Washington a
3-2 victory over Baltimore Thurs-
day night. Gus Keriazakos, who
pitched the ninth after Bob Porter-
field pulled a back muscle, won
his first major league game.
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CHICAGO U)-The Chicago Cubs
scored 11 runs, seven of them un-
earned, in the seventh and eighth
innings to smash the first place
New York Giants 13-5 Thursday
before a turnout of 29,136.
Ransom Jackson hit a pair of
homers and Gene Baker clouted an
inside-the-park four-bagger with
two on to account for seven runs.
Rookie Jim Davis received credit
for the victory, his sixth against
two losses. Jim Hearn was the
loser, his sixth against seven wins.
DODGERS 8, REDLEGS 5
CINCINNATI (A) - Although he
had to have help from Jim Hughes,
belts two home runs
Don Newcombe hurled his first
pitching victory since June 23
Thursday as the Brooklyn Dodgers
defeated the Cincinnati Redlegs 8-5.
Newcombe was aided by a lusty
13-hit attack which included home
runs by Duke Snider and Pee Wee
* * *
BRAVES 3, PHILLIES 2
MILWAUKEE (A-- Eddie Math-
ews blasted a two-run 425-foot
homer, his 23rd of the year, high
into the rightfield bleachers in the
first inning Thursday to lead the
Milwaukee Braves to a 3-2 win
CARDINALS 3, PIRATES 2
ST. LOUIS (A) - Red Schoen-
dienst's two-out single in the 14th1
inning drove in the winning run
Thursday night as the St. Louis
Cardinals won their fourth straight
game by defeating the Pittsburgh
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