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',, WEDNESDAY, YUNE 23, 2954

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I Tigers

Trounce

Yankees;

Giants Topple Braves, 3-2

Nation's Star Golfers
To Play in Local Meet
Chick Harbert Named as Early Favorite
To Cop Motor City Open Championship

DETROIT MP - Detroit's Steve
Gromek, pitching with a week's
rest, stopped the New York Yan-
kees 4-1 Tuesday and dropped the
y wobbling world champions 5
games behind the league-leading
Cleveland Indians.
Only once before in. Manager
Casey Stengel's 'egime have the
Yankees been as much as 5 2
games out of first place. That was
early in the 1952 season.
Gromek, who holds 15-10 lifetime
eight hits in recording his ninth
victory against six losses.
The Tigers scored twice in the
third and twice in the seventh,
sending lefty Bob Wiesler down to
defeat. The 23-year-old southpaw,
ho scrambled through seven in-
nings, was recalld from Kansas
City and joined the Yankees Tues-
day morning.
Wiesler committed two balks in
the third inning, and Stengel be-
> came so irritated that he was re-
quested to leave the premises by
Umpire Ed Runge. It was the third
time Stngl had ben thrown out
of a game this year, compared to
only once in his first five years
as boss of the Yankee machine.
In the third, the Tigers made
four hits - none of them solid --
and were aided by Wiesler's two
balks.
New York 3, Milwaukee 2
NEW YORK (A - Monte Irvin,
hitless in his last 26 times at bat,
delivered a pinch-hit single with
two out and the bases loaded in
the last of the ninth inning Tues-
day night to give the New York
Giants a 3-2 victory over th Mil-
The victory increased the Giants'
first place margin to two games
over th Brooklyn Dodg-ers who
were beaten 13-1 by Cincinnati in
Irvin was brought in after Hoot
Evers, who won Saturday's game
with a pinch-hit homer, was re-
tired on strikes on three pitches
when he attempted to pinch hit.
The Braves had entered the last
of the ninth leading 2-1.
Whitey Lockman drew a, alk,
moved to second on a sacrifice
and to third on a single by Don
Mueller. Willie Mays, who had ac-
counted for the first New York run
with his 21st homer in the second
inning, delivered a bloop double
scoring Lockman. Pinchhitter Bob-
by Hofman walked, setting the
stage for the final thrills.
Milwaukee was held to four hits
by Johnny Antonelli, who retired
for a pinchhittei in the ighth, and
Hoyt Wilhelm, who pitched a hit-
Henry Aaron homered for the
Braves with two out in the fourth
Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 1
CLEVELAND (0 - Southpaw Al
Sima and Sonny Dixon pitched the
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Philadelphia Athletics to the sev-
enth victory of their last nine
games Monday - a four-hit 4-1
defeat of Cleveland's first-place In-
dians. The A's, who had beaten
the Tribe only once in eight pre-
viousrmeetings, pounded Early
Wynn to his fifth loss against eight
victories.
Sima, a 31-year-old New Jersey
southpaw, and Dixon, a big right-
hander, are the A's two newest
pitchers - recently acquired in a
three-corner deal involving Wash-
ington and Chicago. It was Sima's
first victory.
The Tribe got its lone unearned
run off Sima in the first inning
without a hit. Dixon came in after
a walk and single in the eighth,
hit Al Rosen with a pitched ball to
fill the bases, then got Dave Phil-
ley to hit into a force play for the
third out. Dixon put the Indians
down 1-2-3 in the last round.
Boston 3, Batimore 1
BALTIMORE (P)-The Boston
Red Sox pushed across two runs
in the twelfth inning to eke out a
3-1 victory over the cellar-dwelling
Baltimore Orioles Monday night as
a crowd of 13,093 watched the los-
ers, to down to their ninth straight
setback.
Chicago 7, Washington 5
CHICAGO R-The Chicago White
Sox moved up on the league-lead-
ing Cleveland Indians Monday
night as Virgil Trucks scored his
10th pitching victory of the season
a 7-5 decision over the Washington
Senators.
U.S. Women
S core Wins
In Net Play
WIMBLEDON, England 0) -
Classic-swinging Maureen Connolly
and the other American girls in
the Du Pont-Brough-Hart-Connolly
tennis dynasty breezed through
their opening matches at Wimble-
don Tuesday in less time than it
takes to get a manicure.
Only third-seeded Shirley Fry of
Akron, Ohio, had any difficulty as
the favored Amricans steam-rol-
lered one round, and in some cas-
es, two rounds, ahead on the his-
toric Courts.
Miss Fry had to play her best
tt defeat Mrs. V. Alvensleben-Rig-
ollet of Switzerland in a first round
match 6-4, 6-4.
Top-sedd Miss Connollycof San
Diego won from Joan Scott of
South Africa 6-0, 6-3 in a second
round match.
Doris Hart of Coral Gables, Fla.,
seeded No. 2, beat one of Eng-
land's best, Georgie Woodgate, 6-1,
6-1 in a second round match.
A pleasant, sunny 25 minutes
passed while Louise Brough of
Beverly Hills, Calif., the No. 4
seed, matched the Hart .score in
her first round match against Mrs.
D. W. Gotla of Britain.
The fourth lady in the dynasty,
Mrs. Margaret Du Pont of Wil-
from Viola White of Britain 6-1,
6-0 in a second round match.

Trucks, who has lost three, al-
lowed 10 hits - two of them home
runs by Jim Busby and Roy Siev-
ers - and needed rescuing by
Morrie Martin in the ninth after
the Senators scored one run and,
with two out, had a man on sec-
ond.
Martin ended the game by forc-
ing Pete Runnels to fly out.
The Sox sewed up the game with
a five-run blast which routed Sena-
tor starter Maury McDermott in
the fifth.
Matt Batts' bases-loaded triple
by Ferris Fain, singles by Chico
Carrasquel, Nelson Fox, Jm Ri-
vera and Johnny Groth, a Senator
error and a double steal - by
Rivera and Groth - also figured
in the inning.
Cincinnati 13, Brooklyn 1
BROOKLYN W - Cincinnati's
clouting Redlegs backed Bud Pod-
bielan's two-hit pitching with a 17-
hit attack, including two homers
by Jim Greengrass, to whale the
Brooklyn Dodgers 13-1 Tuesday. It
was Cincinnati's fifth straight vic-
tory, snapping a four-game Dodger
winning streak.
In scoring his third victory of
the year over his former team-
mates, Podbielan pitched one-hit
ball until Carl Furillo hit his
third homer of the season with two
out in the eighth.
The Redlegs blasted Johnny
Podres for three runs in the first
inning, sent him to cover in the
third with a four-run spree, and
continued their rampage against
Bob Milliken and Ben Wade. Erv
Palica finally calmed the Rhine-
landers in the ninth.
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 1
PHILADELPHIA (P)-Robin Rob-
erts fanned 11 and spaced 6 Chi-
cago hits for his ninth win as the
Philadelphia Phillies nosed out the
Cubs 4-1 Tuesday night. The lone
Chicago run came on Hank Sau-
er's 21st homer of the season.
Roberts, who has lost seven,
walked only two.
Smoky Burgess clinched the win
for Robin with a pinch double in
the eighth, scoring Del Ennis and
Gran Hamner, who had hit con-
secutive singles.
Paul Minner went the first sev-
en innings for the Cbs and took
the loss, his fourth against five
wins. Jim Brosnan finished up.
S U Sets
Golf Mark
In Touney
HOUSTON, Tex. (-Don Alert
of Purdue used a 67 Tuesday to
fashion a record 8-under-par 136
qualifying score as Southern Meth-
odist University captured the team
title while setting another record
in the 57th National Collegiate Golf
Championships here.
The surprising Methodists from
Dallas finished the 36 holes of qual-
ifying play with a 572-point total
one point ahead of North Texas
State
SMU's point total exceeded the
573 record set by North Texas in
1950.
Oklahoma A&M took third place
in the team race.
Sixty-four players needed a 7-
over-par 151 to qualify for Wednes-
day's opening round of match play
that will determine on Saturday
the individual champions.
Among those failing to qualify
was Bob Benning, the Big Ten
champion from Purdue, who had'
76-82-158.
Other team totals included Ohio
State 596, Purdue 599, Iowa 600,
and Minnesota 607.

By JACK HORWITZ
Associate Sports Editor
Residents of the metropolitan
Detroit area will see an array of.
some of the country's finest golf-
ers when the Motor City open gets
under way next week.
The open, to be held at Chick
Harbert's home course, Medow-
brook, will have some of the top-
notch golfers including former
United States Open champ Julius
Boros, Jackie Burke, Bob Toski,
and Tommy Bolt.
Early predictions have rumored
that the Open will be a hard
fought tournament and as of now
Harbert has been established in
the favorites role.
Harbert Flies to New York
Harbert flew to New York yes-
terday to see if he could sign sev-
eral more of the 43 touring pros on
the summer circuit. He is having
a difficult time because the Brit-
ish Open is being played July 5-9
and many of the golfers are en-
tered in that one which is the day
after the Motor City Open.
So far 15 have filed for entry in
the British Open including Sam
Snead, defending Motor City Open
champ, Lloyd Mangrum, Jimmy
Demaret, Gene Sarazen, and am-
ateur Frank Stranahan. It is
doubtful that all of these will

travel to England and some will
probably come to Detroit for the'
Open.
Open Winner Absent
Ed Furgol, last week's winner in
the U.S. Open, is also on the ab-
sentee list. Furgol, a former De-.
troiter, would probably like to re-
turn to his old home town but re-
ports from his present home, St.
Louis, say that a testimonial ban-
quet and a civic celebration are
planned for the same day as the
opening of the Open.
Harbert's trip to the East will
likely take him to Hartford, Con-
necticut, for the Insurance City
Open where most of the top pros
will be playing. He doesn't think,
however, that he will have time
to take part in this tournament
because of the necessary time he
needs to prepare for the Motor
City Open.
Among other enteries on the
first list forwarded by Roy O'Brien,
PGA field staff chief, are: Dick
Mayer, Al Besselink, Doug Ford,
Fred Haas, Art Wall, Roberto De-
Vincenzo, Peter Thompson, John-
ny Palmer, and Fred Wampler.
Others included are: Pete Coop-
er, Bill Nary, Wally Ulrick, Shel-
ly Mayfield, Smiley Quick, Fred1
Hawkins, Pete Fleming, Jerry Kes-
selring, and Leo Biagetti.

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Carrasquel, Hodgesove
Into Lead for All-Star Slot

By The Associated Press
Balloting in the race for posi-
tions on the 1954 All-Star team
has taken a turn for the worst, at
least as far as the Detroit Tigers
are concerned, as Chico Carras-
quel, Chicago White Sox shortstop,
moved ahead of Detroit's Harvey
Kueen.
Carrasquel overcame a 3,000
vote lead by Kueen and climbed to
a total of 64,803 votes as against'
62,587 for the young Tiger short-
stop.
Gil Hodges, Brooklyn Dodger'
first baseman, also overtook Ted
Klueszeski, Cincinnati first sack-
er, for the lead at the National
League's first base slot. Hodges
69,442 votes to 67, 103 ballots for
Kluszeski.
Probable Lineup
The latest counting shows the
American League's lineup to be
something like this. Al Rosen will
be on the initial sack with either
Nellie Fox of Chicago or Bobby
Avila of Cleveland holding down
the keystone spot. Carrasquel is
now first for the short stop berth
with Ray Boone of the Detroit
lajor League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Tigers rounding out the infield at
third base,
Innthe outfield the count has
Minnie Minoso of the White Sox
leading in the race for the start-
ing left field spot, Mickey Mantle
of the Yankees topping the cen-
terfielders and Hank Bauer, also
of the Yanks, in right field.
Yogi Berra of the World Cham-
pions holds a commanding lead in
the race for the starting catcher.
Hodges at First Base '
The National League squad at
present lines up with big Gil
Hodges of the National League:
Champions Dodgers at first base,
Granny Hammer of Philadelphia
at second, Alvin Dark of the New
York Giants at short, and Ray
Jablonski of St. Louis holding
down the hot corner.
Ralph Kiner of Chicago is lead-
ing for the left field spot with
Duke Snider of the Dodgers in
center and Stan Musial in right
field. Roy Campanella, the Brook-
lyn strong man, holds the lead
for the catching spot.I
The closest races for each team
are for the second base spot on
the American League Squad and
for the left field post on the Na-
tional League team. Nellie Fox of
Chicago holds a small lead over
Bobby Avila of Cleveland for the
keystone post. Ralph Kiner holds a
slim two thousand vote lead over
Jackie Robinson of the Dodgers
for the opening left field spot.
The pitching selections will be
made by the respective managers
of each team, Casey Stengle of the
World Champions New York Yan-
kees, skipper of the American
League Squad, and Walter Alston,
manager of the National League
Champions, Brooklyn Dodgers,
will head the Senior Circuit con-
tingent.
DID YOU KNOW THAT one of
the shortest punts ever made was
"booted" by Michigan's W. R. Flo-
ra in the 1925 game with Navy.
The punt was so short, that it was
said to have traveled less than one
foot. In fact, it has also been class-
ed as a stolen ball, right off of
Flora's toe.

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Washington at Chicago: Porter-
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New York at Detroit: McDonald
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Philadelphia at Cleveland: Trice
(7-4) vs. Lemon (8-4).
Boston at Baltimore (night):
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