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TURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

rURDAY, AUGUST 7,1954 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Pilwaukee

Edges

Giants,

6-5

WCLR**IN.

Bannister, Landy Meet
In British Empire Mile

VANCOUVER, B.C. (P) -Roger
Bannister, John Landy and six
other galloping guys will run Sat-
urday in the "miracle mile" of the
British Empire Games and for
about four minutes the whole
athletic world will be tuned to
Vancouver with eyes, ears and
heart.
It is doubtful that either of the
globe's two greatest milers will
shade four minutes, but a ca-
pacity crowd of 35,000 is sure to
jam Empire Stadium to see the
historic duel.
Loose Track
Australia's Landy said after the
preliminaries Thursday the new-
ly conrstucted track was a bit loose
and somewhat pitted. Bannister,-
the' English intern whose 3:59.4
was the first shattering of the 4-
minute mark, said he enjoyed the
workout.
They'll be racing each other
Saturday-not the clock.
Both placed third in their heats,
in comfortable time, Landy let
Bill Baillie, of New Zealand, and
Vie Milligan, of Northern Ireland,
slip by. All three were timed in
4:11.4, a far cry and loud whistle
from the 3:58 that Landy ran in
May at Turku, Finland.
Sentimental Favorite
The fans hereabouts gave their
'heartsto Murray Halberg, of New
Zealand, when he won the first
heat in 4:07.4. The Auckland
chool teacher, whose left arm is
withered from a boyhood acci-
dent in a soccer game, may have
as many boosters as the two great
men.
Right at Halberg's heels was
Rich Ferguson, of Toronto, Can-
ada, and the University of Iowa.
He was clocked at 4:07.8 and then
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PRODUCTION OF
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STORY OF THE OLD SOUTH
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came Bannister, running easily, in
4:08.4.
Two More
Rounding out the field of the
field of eight will be the fourth-
placers from each preliminary
heat, David Law and Ian Boyd,
of England. Law trailed Bannister
in 4:08.8, and Boyd followed Lan-
dy across the line in 4:11.6.
Television cameras will be on
when they line up at 4:30 p.m.
(Detroit time) in this order from
the inside of the track: Landy,
Ferguson, Halberg, Milligan, Ban-
nister, Boyd, Law and Baillie.
NBC will televise the race in the
United States (WWJ-TV in De-
troit) with CBS, ABC and Mu-
tual covering it by radio.
Wide Coverage
Elaborate and detailed news-
paper coverage will be provided,
nationally and on a world-wide
basis and radio broadcasts will be
made throughout much of the
British Empire.
Landy is expected to set his own
pace, with a fast third lap. Ban-
nister is likely to hang close for
three laps and then try to whip
the Australian with a terrific fin-
ishing spurt.
They dare not disregard those
"six other guys."
Eyes Open
Halberg has gone the killing
1,760 yards in 4:04.4, and Milli-
gan, the Belfast speedster, has
done it in 4:06.8. If John L. and
Doc Roger get too interested in
each other, one of these could
steal the race.
Baillie ran the best race of his
life in winning the "Landy heat"
of the prelims. Ferguson did the
same, bettering his personal rec-
ord by five seconds without ap-
pearing to be run out.
Boyd and Law each has best
times of 4:08.8, Law clocking his
best when he qualified Thursday.
This English pair is likely to con-
centrate on helping Bannister, ei-
ther pacing him or trying to draw
Dandy out to an excessive pace in
the early going.
Haor League
S-ndng

Dodgers Trample Redle s;
Yankees, Indians Also Win
NEW YORK (/)-The Milwau-r
kee Braves snapped former team- relieved i the second inning dur-
mate Johnny Antoneli's 11-game ing the Tribe's big rally.
winning streak and cut New It was Cleveland's 12th victory
York's National League lead to over the Athletics this season,j
four games Friday night with a with but three defeats. The Tribe
6-5 victory over the Giants before had 11 hits off three pitchers.
a crowd of 38,485 at the Polo The Athletics got off to a two-
Grounds. The Giants hit four run lead in the first inning when
home runs in losing. Joe DeMaestri singled, Don Boll-
Antonelli, who came to the Gi- weg doubled and Jim Finigan
ants from the Braves during the scored both of them with a sin-
winter, hadn't lost since May 21, gle.

GIL McDOUGALD
... grand slam

All-mAmerican
Golf Topped
Rv vn

but he couldn't get through thej
fourth inning,
Behind 2-1 at the time, the left-
hander was battered for three sol-
id singles with two out in the
fourth and gave way to Al Worth-I
ington. The relief man promptly
filled the bases with a walk and
Eddie Mathews drove home two
more runs with a single. Hank
Aaron followed with a single and
Al Corwin took over from Worth-
ington and retired the side.

Z..Py M j ..YE.V I.'J.DODGERS'8, REDLEGS 1
~ BROOKLYN (P) - Jackie Rob-
inson slammed a single and a
Zab arias Breaks double off the right field wall,
then blasted his 13th home run
Women's Record high into the left field seats last
night as the Brooklyn Dodgersj
CHICAGO ()-Rudy Horvath, crushed Cincinnati 8-1.I
a diminutive Canadian, took the Russ Meyer, who had been
half-way lead in the $25,000 All- knocked out twice by the Redlegs
American Golf Tournament Fri- this season, limited Cincinnati to
day, but the incomparable Babe three hits, doubles by Ted Klu-
Zaharias stole the show at Tam szewski and Wally Post and al
O'Shanter with a record-smashing run-scoring single by Roy McMil-
performance. lan.
Horvath's second round of 69- McMillan's hit followed Wally
giving him a 36-hole tally of 7- Post's fifth inning double for the
under-par 137-was matched by only Redleg tally.
Babe in breaking her own com- This was the . first complete
petitive pourse record. game of the season for Meyer in
Par Breaker his home park in 10 starts; hisj
The indomitable woman athlete ninth victory against four de-
who overcame a cancer operation feats. His control was letter per-
16 months ago, clipped 7 strokes fect through the first seven in-
off women's par with a 33-a rec- nings but he weakened slightly in
the eighth and doled out two
ord first nine round for women- walks.
and 36. *ks
The torrid 69 broke Babe's ownY *S *T* S
Tam record of 36-34 set in 1950 YANKS 4, TIGERS 3
and arnd he a 1,50 reard DETROIT (IP)-Gil McDougald's1
and earned her a $1,500 reward bases-loaded home run in the
donated by promoter George S. se-addhm ru inte
d onated ebyromtherkeorge eighth inning-a liner high into
May for loweringOthe mark, the upper left field deck-erased a
May's $10,000 offer to the male 2-0 deficit and gave the New
pro breaking Lloyd Mangrum's York Yankees a 4-3 victory over
course mark of 63 in 1948 looked the Detroit Tigers before 43,982
safe, fans in Briggs Stadium Friday
Pete Cooper, 39-year-old pro night.
near Tampa, Fla.; Henry Ransom, It was McDougald's seventh
Pontiac, Mich., 1950 winner of the home run of the season and it
"world" championship, and Marty kept the world champions a game{
Furgol each posted 68s Friday. and a half behind the league-
Cooper shared second place at 138 leading Cleveland Indians, who
with Jerry Barber of La Canada, whipped Philadelphia 7-3.
Calif., who added a 70 to his first Al Aber, 27-year-old southpaw,
round 68, and British Open Chain blanked the Yankees on five hits
pion Peter Thomson of Australia, through the first seven innings
who also coupled a 70 with 68. and appeared headed for his first
Fugol was by himself at 139. big league sshutout.
Stroke Back But the Yankees, making a des-
A stroke behind, at 140, were perate fight for their sixth straight
Bill Markham, Belgian Flory Van pennant, came to life in the eighth
Donck, Chandler Harper, Bud inning, driving Aber from the
Holscher and Bob Toski. mound as they pounded out six
Some of the bigger name per- hits,
formers were stumbling in the* *
field of 130 men pros, prospecting INDIANS 7, A's 3
over the 6,900 yards par 36-36-72 CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleve-
Tam acreage. land Indians, scoring five runs in
Lew Worsham recovered from a the second inning, whipped the

Cleveland's final tallies were
single runs in the fifth and sixth
innings. In the fifth, Pope walk-
Dente's single. Al Smith and Lar-
ry Doby each doubled in the sixth
'ed, stole second and scored on
to account for the other counter.
. * * *
CHISOX 10, SENATORS 5
CHICAGO (P) - Virgil Trucks
won his sixth straight game and
16th of the year Friday night,
pitching the Chicago White Sox
to a 10-5 victory over Washington
and posted the Sox's eighth
straight triumph.
Trucks, hurling despite a lame
back, was roughed for 10 hits in
eight innings but his mates scored
5 runs in the eighth to -break a
5-5 tie and give him the decision.
George Kell was in the White
Sox starting lineup at first base
for the first time since he injured
a knee on July 2, and singled home
the first two runs of the game.
The Sox made 11 hits off John-
ny Schmitz, Gus Keriazakos and
Bunky Stewart.
BOSOX 3, ORIOLES 1
BALTIMORE (/)-Ted Williams
stroked a two-run homer into the
right field seats in the top of the
tenth inning to propel the Boston
Red Sox into a 3 to 1 victory over
the Orioles before 17,139 fans Fri-
day night.
Leadoff man Jim Piersall start-
ed Chakales to his downfall by
cracking a sharp single to left be-
fore Williams strode to the plate.
The game began as a pitchers'
duel between the Birds' Joe Cole-,
man and Boston's Willard Nixon,
but*Coleman was lifted after sev-
en frames for a pinch-hitter aft-
er reinjuring a back he had hurt
last Sunday.
* * *k
PIRATES 7-6, CARDS 3-5
PITTSBURGH (A') - The last
place Pittsburgh Pirates beat the
St. Louis Cardinals in both ends
of a twin-bill Friday night, 7-3
and 6-5. Preston Ward drove in
three Pirate runs in the first game
on a homer and accounted for
three more in the second on a
triple. The Pirates won the sec-
ond game in the ninth, Sid Gord-
on bunting safelydwith Curt Rob-
erts on third and two out. And
Roberts squeezed home with the
run that broke a 5-5 tie.
The victories gave the Pirates;
their longest winning streak of the
season-three games.
* * *
PHILS 7, CUBS 4
PHILADELPHIA (/P) - A run-
scoring fourth inning dobule by
Bob Morgan and a two-run fifth
inning triple by Rickie Ashburn
kept the Philadelphia Phillies far'
enough in front last night to beat
the Chicago Cubs 7-4.

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TWO ROOMS, double and single, near
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ARE YOU STAYING IN TOWN until
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AMERICAN'
Cleveland . 73
New York ...73
Chicago ....70
Detroit .....47
Washington 47
Boston......42
Philadelphia 37+
Baltimore . .37'

LEAGUE
32 .695
35 .676
39 .642
59 .443
59 .427
61 .408
68 .352
70 .346
GAMES

1%/2
5
26%/
28
30
36
37

TODAY'S

Philadelphia at Cleveland--
Fricano (4-8) vs. Feller (8-2).
New York at Detroit - Mor-
gan (8-2) vs. Zuverink (6-6).
Washington at Chicago -
Stone (9-4) vs. Consuegra (14-
3).
Boston at Baltimore - Par-
nell (0-2) vs. Turley 8-11).

Straight from the Broadway Musical.,
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NATIONAL
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New York ..69
Brooklyn ...65
Milwaukee .58
Philadelphia 51
St. Louis ..51
Cincinnati ..51
Chicago ....44
Pittsburgh . .37

LEAGUE
L Pet. GB
39 .639 -
43 .602 4
47 .552 9
52 .495 15%/
55 .481 17
47 .472 18
62 .415 24
71 .349 32

first nine 40 with a 34 for 74 and
146. Norm Von Nida of Australia
ballooned to 74 after an opening,
68; Dutch Harrison went for 74

Philadelphia Athletics 7-3 last9
night in the opener of a four-
game series.
Mike Garcia pitched an 8-hit-1

TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at New York --
Wilson (7-0) vs. Gomez (10-7).
Cincinnati at Brooklyn-Pod-
bielan (6-5) vs. Loes (6-3).
St. Louis at Pittsburgh --
Lint (2-3) vs, LaPalme (3-6).
Chicago at Philadelphia --
Greenwood (1-2) or Miller (5-
8) vs. Cole (2-3).
SPORTS
E. J. SMITH
Night Editor

after a 70; PGA champion Chick ter as he won his 13th victory
Harbert could do no better than against five defeats. Al Sima was
equal his opening 75. charged with the loss after being
Williams Blows Up
One of the biggest blowups was
by Hal Williams, first round lead-
er with 67 who soared to 76 for
143. He had four 3-putt greens.
Meanwhile, Eddie Merrins of Have fun at the
Meridian, Miss., 1952 captain of Partridge Practice Range
the Louisiana State golf team, We furnish clubs and
maintained his lea din the men's Welfurnish ls ond
amateur division with a 73 for balls - 22 miles out
144. Washtenaw - right on
The women's amateur lead also U.S. 23 for 1 mile.
was unchanged with Mickey OPEN EVERY DAY
Wright, 19-year-old former USGA 10A.M.-11P.M.
junior cham pion from San D iego, " Ai g- 9 to a 7 f r 1-
adding a 79 to a 76 for 155.

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