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aSATMDAT,.TMY 31, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SATURI)AY, JULY 31, 1 9 5 4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Giants Roll Over Cincinnati, 6-1

ECASIIfS

Ulrich Gains Halfway Lead
In Kansas City Open Golf

1raves Crush Dodgers;
Indians Down Senators
Orioles Pulverize Yankees, 10.0; Chisox
Trim Athletics; Tigers Win over Bosox

KANSAS CITY (R-Wally Ulrich,
30-year-old pro from Rochester,
Minn., Friday shot a 7-under par
66 for a halfway lead of 135 in
the $20,000 Kansas City Open Golf
Tournament.
, Ulrich's 36 - hole total was
11 strokes under par for the sun-
baked 6,625 yard par 73 Blue Hills
Country Club course.
One Stroke Behind
One stroke off the lead were
Mike Krak of Louisville, Ky., and
E. J. (Dutch) Harrison. Krak, who
Best wishes?
CHXCAGO (AP)-Frank Lane
of the Chicago White Sox yes-
terday couldn't resist needling
Casey Stengel even on the New
York Yankee manager's birth-
day.
Lane sent Stengel this wire
ti Baltimore:
"After watching you in ac-
tion here last Wednesday, su-
pervisiong tour very efficient
ground crew because the game
was stopped by rain, then 1
hour 8 minutes later, after it
was still raining hard, through
the sheer force of your domi-
nating personality making the
umpires resume play on a field
that was a quagmire until your
very excellent second-placers
had won, I am more than ever
convinced that life begins at
63.
"While you still are my most
respected enemy, permit me to
congratulate you on your 63rd
birthday. May you live and
prosper for 63 more-dad blame
you!"
shot a 65 for the'first round lead,
had a 71 Friday. Harrison, the old
Arkansas traveler playing out of
St. Louis, had a 66 to go with his
first round 70.
Three top contenders were group
grouped at 137. They were Gene
Littler, Palm Springs, Calif., who
had a 69 Friday; Earl Stewart jr.,
of Dallas with a 71 and Felice
Torza, St. Charles, Ill., with a 68.
Steady Pro
Ulrich, who has been a steady
player in PGA tournaments for

several years but never- has won
a major meet, had six birdies for
his Friday round.
Three players tied at 138 were
the veteran Jim Turnesa of Briar-
cliff, N. Y., who had a 71 Friday,
Lloyd Mangrum, Niles, Ill., with
a 70, and Ted Kroll of New Hart-
ford, N. Y., who had a 68.
Little Bob Toski of Livingston,
N.J., was next at 139.
Humid Heat
Playing the course in humid, 98-
degree weather, most of the play-
ers had low scores but there was
at least one early casualty.
Cary Middlecoff, the Memphis
dentist playing out of Kiamesha
Lake, N. Y., had a 77 to go with
his first round 72 for a 149. That
should be close to the qualifying
limit.
The low 60 pros and ties and
the 10 low amateurs qualify for
the final two rounds.
Durocher
Denies Rift
On Giants
NEW YORK (A --Whitey Lock-
man was back on first base for
the New York Giants Friday night
and Manage Leo Durocher denied
reports of dissension on the Na-
tional League's leading club.
Lockman, yanked in the middle
of Thursday's game by Durocher,
engaged in a heated argument
in front of the New York dugout.
Neither man would discuss the
incident, but published reports de-
scribed the team's morale as
"poor.''
"Whitey definitely is and will
remain my first baseman," Du-
rocher said before Friday night's
contest with Cincinnati. Beyond
that, Durocher had nothing to say
about the fuss.
"All we need is a laughing
game, 18-2 in favor of us or some-
thing like that," Durocher said.
"We're in some sort of a tail-off
after our winning streak. It's too
bad that everybody has stopped
hitting.

ART HOUTTEMAN
. triumphant twirler

Sir Mango
Top Weight
In Arlington
CHICAGO (R)-Sir Mango, top
weighted at 125, must yield four'
pounds to Iceberg II Saturday as
they renew their rivalry overrthe
grass in a field of 14 classy run-
ners primed for the $100,000 added
Arlington Handicap.
Sir Mango, one of the year's
leading handicap horses, packed
only one more pound -123 to 124
-than the 6-year-old Chilean-bred
Iceberg II in beating Colorbearer
in the recent Stars and Stripes
over Arlington Park's turf course.
Experts think Harry N. Eads''
great thoroughbred may have too
much of a weight disadvantage
this time against Iceberg II, last
year's grass course champion.
But early odds make Sir Mango
a 5-2 favorite and list Iceberg II,
coupled with Turgueneff, at 3-1.
Sir Mango's victory in the Stars
and Stripes marked the 4-year-old
debut on grass and was his fourth
straight handicap triumph of the
year. However, in his lastt ime out
he was badly beaten in the Equi-
poise Mile at Arlington July 21,
for his first loss in seven starts.
Iceberg II will be ridden by
Jorge Contreras, 27-year-old native
of Santiago, Chile. Dave Erb will
be Sir Mango's jockey.
The mile and three - sixteenths
test for 3-year-olds and up will
be on the grass for the first time
since 1941. With 14 starters the
gross value will be $156,000 with
the winner netting $99,050-worlds
richest grass course race.
Also entered are Find, Stan,
Ruhe, County Clare, Smoke Screen
Landlocked, Warless, Abbe Sting,
Precious Stone, Brush Burn and
Dance Nsing.
The race will be televised start-
ing at 3:30 p.m. EST (CBS) but
will not be broadcast. Post time
will be about 3:45 p.m.

NEW YORK (R) - The league-
leading New York Giants man-
aged only six hits Friday night
but four of them were home runs
as they whipped the Cincinnati
Redlegs 6-1.
The Giants treated starter Fred
Baczewski as if he were respon-
sible for the reports of dissention
on the club.
Wes Westrum started the four-
base parade with a blast in the
third inning. In the fifth, Westrum
walked and pitcher Ruben Gomez
hit his first homer of the season.
Don Mueller opened the sixth
with his second home run of the
year. With two out in the sixth
Davey Williams drew a walk and
Hank Thompson homered.
The only other New York hits
were a single by Whitey Lockman,
back in the lineup after ak argu-
ment Thursday with Manager Leo
Durocher, and an infield teaser
by Willie Mays in the eighth.
* * *
BRAVES 9, DODGERS 3
BROOKLYN (N)-The Milwaukee
Braves spotted Brooklyn t h r e e
runs in the first inning, then
crushed the Dodgers 9-3 Friday
night for their eighth straight vic-
tory. The loss pushed Brooklyn
three games behind the first place
New York Giants.
A three-run homer by Danny O'-
Connell and a two-run blast by
Joe Adcock were the most telling
blows in the Braves' 13 hit attmk
as they pinned the 1Oti loss of the
year on Carl Erskine.
Erskine had allowed only one
earned run in his last two games
and he pitched three hitless in-
nings to get things started.
The Braves received a brilliant
relief pitching performance from
righthander Ernie Johnson who
took over with two out and three
runs home in the first and stopped
the Dodgers on two singles the
rest of the way.
* * *
INDIANS 8, SENATORS 3
CLEVELAND (R)-The Cleveland
Indians, following a five-run rally
in the second inning with homers
by Larry Doby and Jim Hegan,
whipped the Washington Senators
8-3 Friday night in the opener of
a four game series.
Hegan drove in a total of four
runs, two on a double during the
second inning rally and two more
with his ninth homer of the season
in the sixth inning.
Roy Sievers drove in two of
the Washington runs in the first
inning with his 17th homer.
Art Houtteman, winning his 10th
victory against five defeats, gave
up nine hits. The losing pitcher
was Dean Stone, chased by Cleve-
land's rally in the second.

ORIOLES 10, YANKS 0
BALTIMORE(-The Baltimore
Orioles took little notice of Casey
Stengel's birthday Friday night,
blasting Allie Reynolds and two
other Yankee pitchers for nine hits
andh a 10-0 shutout by Don Larsen
before 27,385 fans. Bob Kennedy
hit a bases loaded homer in the
fourth, the first for the Orioles this
season, to break the Yankees'
back.
His homer and two singles gave
Kennedy six runs btted in and
helped boost the Oriole single
game total to the highest of the
season.
Larsen, who scattered seven hits,
beat his former teammates for his
third victory against 13 losses. It
was the second loss for Reynolds
who has won 10.
TIGERS 5, BOSOX 0
DETROIT W-Ned Garver, De-
troit's crafty righthander, allowed
only four hits and blanked the
Boston Red Sox, 5-0, Friday night
as rookie Al Kaline clinched the
victory with a three-run homer in
the eighth inning.
It was a tight 1-0 game until
the eighth, when a walk to Har-
vey Kuenn and Bob Nieman's dou-
ble off the right field wall opened
Detroit's lead to two runs.
The Tigers sealed their fourth
straight victory-their longest win-
ning streak of the season-when
Ray Boone followed, with a walk
and Kaline hammered the ball into
the lower left field stands. It was
his third home run of the season.
* * *
CHISOX 4, A'S 2
CHICAGO (-Bob Keegan, hus-
ky White Sox right hander winless
since July 9, scored his 13 victory
of the season Friday night, de-
feating the Philadelphia Athletics
4 to 2, before 16,304 at Comiskey
Park. The defeat dropped the a's
into last place.
Keegan was jarred by 9 base
hits but was in serious trouble
only in the fifth. He helped his
own cause with a long double to
left center which drove in a run.
The White Sox made 10 hits off
Arnold Portocarrero and Al Sima.
It was Portocarrero's f o u r t h
straight defeat.
,* , ,
CARDS 12, PHILS 3
PHILADELPHIA ( - Relief
pitcher Herm Wehmeier walked
home two runs and his replace-
ment, Jim Konstanty, was clouted
for a Bill Sarni bases-loaded triple
-all in the seventh inning-Fri-
day night as the St. Louis Cardin-
als walloped the Philadelphia Phil-
lies 12-3.
The Cards got a total of six
runs in their big seventh to en-
able Harvey Haddix to chalk up
his 15th win oft he year against
seven defeats.
Catcher Stan Loopata accounted
for all the Phillies' runs with a
pair of homers-one after Richie
Ashburn had singled in the opening
inning and the other with no one
on base in the sixth.
The Cardinals picked up two
runs in the fourth. Musial singled,
went to third on Jablonski's dou-
ble and scored when D a n n y
Schell's throw-in got away from
Bobby Morgan. Jablonski went to
third on a fielder's choice and
scored on Repulski's single.
.* * *
PIRATES 8-5, CUBS 6-5
PITTSBURGH(')--Hank Sauer,
slugging Chicago Cub outfielder,
blasted a homer in each game
Friday night ast he Cubs and the
Pittsburgh Pirates split a twin bill.
The Pirates won the first game
8-6 on a 13-hit attack with the
Cubs roaring back to win the
nightcap 8-5 as they banged out
ir safeties. Sauer's round tripper,
each coming with Ralph Kiner on
base by the virtue of walks,
brought his home run production
to 32 for the season.

Sauer's second-game homer cli-
maxed a four run uprising in the
third inning which sent the Cubs
ahead to stay. It came off starter
Max Surkont who went down to

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NO 8-6972

1116 S. University
)534B

1947 DODGE MOTOR in, A-1 condition,
$50; Phone NO 2-9020. )557B
CONN-ALTO SAX, gold lacquer, good
condition, cheap. Also fine Pedier
clarinet, excellent condition. Must
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1946 OLDSMOBILE, Club Coupe, radio
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)97C
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Purchase
Kodak reflex with case,
like new.............$75
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PERSONAL
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BUSINESS SERVICES
WEBCOR
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HAVE YOU A DRESS or other gar-
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-it's cool. 1617 Washtenaw, NO 3-8506.
) 104D
AVAILABLE for summer and fall for
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THREE LARGE ROOMS for male stu-
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A NUESTROS AMIGOS DEL SUR
Bienvenidos amigos al aniversario de Herb Estes, Inc.
Cuatro anos pasados que el Senor Estes vino a Ann Arbor
conla Compania FORD y en esta fecha (todo el mes de Agosto)
el va a tener una venta especial de automoviles para el pueblo
de Ann Arbor.
Ustedes saben muy bien que Detroit, es la capital de auto-
moviles de todo el mundo y por eso nosotros podenios vender un
carro mas barato que ninguna parte. Por ejemplo en Argen-
tina un carro nuevo cuesta mas de tres mil dolares que el mismo
carro aqui en Ann Arbor y tambein tiene que pagar los dere-
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Vengan ustedes a ver el precio fijo en carros nuevos y usados
para todo el ryes de Agosto.
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Hasta la vista
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1949 FORD Custom 2-door, radio
heater, good running car....$395
Late 1937 DE SOTO 4-door sedan,
good transportation car.... $79.50
1948 FORD 2-door, radio, heater,
nice dark blue finish......$295
1940 FORD 2-door...............$95
1950 FORD Custom V-8, 2-door, ra-
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE.

W.
Cleveland .......68
New York ......67
Chicago .........63
Detroit ..........45
Washington .....42
Boston ..........39
Baltimore .......36
Philadelphia ... 35

L.
30
34
39
54
53
58
64
63

Pct.'
.694
.663
.618
.455
.442
.402
.360
.357

G.B.
2%
7
23%
24%1
28%
33
33

W. L.
New York ......64 37
Brooklyn.......61 40
Milwaukee ......54 45
St. Louis ........49 49
Cincinnati .......50 52
Philadelphia ....47 50
Chicago .........42 57
Pittsburgh ......32 69

Pct.
.634
.604
.545
.500
.490
.485
.424
.317

G.B.
3
9
13%
14%
15
21
32

ENDING TONIGHT DANNY KAYE
in "KNOCK ON WOOD"

TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Cleveland-McDer-
mott (5-11) vs Garcia (12-5) Le-
mon (12-5).
New York at Baltimore-Wiesler
(3-2) vs Turley (7-10).
Boston at Detroit-Sullivan (7-9)
vs Gromek (12-9).
Philadelphia at Chicago-Bishop
(0-3) vs Consuegra (12-3).

TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Brooklyn -Wilson
(7-0) vs Labine (5-4) or Newcombe
(6-5).
Cincinnati at New York -Jud-
son (5-3) vs Maglie (10-5).
St. Louis at Philadelphia (2-twi-
night)-Beard (0-1) and Lawrence
(7-3) vs Roberts (15-8) and Green-
wood (0-2).
Chicago at Pittsburgh- Hacker
(5-10) vs Thies (1-3).

ANOTHER GREAT COMEDY IS
COMING TO ANN ARBOR!
TO THE MICHIGAN THEATRE NEXT WEDNESDAY
frigit from the Boadway "'Musical..,
aze
DEAN « I/JERRY
MARTI& .BLEWIS
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