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TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1954 THE M1CRIGAN hAhN

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oB nored in Ha of ime
Cooperstown Crowd Hears Fans Watch Indians To Use Ace Hurlers
Terry Seak at Dedication Yanks Beat In Crucial Series at Detroit

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COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (R) - The 1
Hall of Fame "got" Bill Terry York Giants, Frick said, "I had a
Monday as it had mellowed others feeling Bill should have been in
in the past, and the man who long ago. I knew he would make
used to feud with the writers al- it eventually."
most broke down at the dedication As Terry stepped to the mike,
of plaques to the nine new mem- he was visibly affected.
bers. "I didn't know I'd ever feel like
Before Terry spoke, Bill Dickey, this," he said. "I didn't know what
the great New York Yankee catch- kept me out, newspapermen or
er, had told the crowd, "This was just that you didn't want me up!
the nicest thing that ever hap- here, but I finally made it, and II
pened to me." thank God for it. It is a distinct
The audience listened attentive- honor to be here and a part of the
ly while Commissioner Ford Frick Hall of Fame.'
called the roll of the men to be Terry charmed the crowd with
honored. his wit and sincerity as he re-
Walter (Rabbit) Maranville, who called incidents of the past, con-I
died Jan. 5 a few days before he, necting him with people on the
Terry and Dickey had been elected platform.
by a 75 per cent vote of the veteran "It's nice to see Mrs. Klein
members of the Baseball Writers here," he said. "Her husband was
Assn., was represented by his the only umpire who ever threw
widow. hmme out of a ball game
None of the six new members, "Seeing Mrs. John McGraw re-
named by the special veterans calls when I held out on the New
committee, was present. Chief York Giants. In those days, Babe
Bender, the old Chippewa Indian Ruth always held out and so did
pitcher with the Philadelphia A's; Billy Terry. Of course, there was
Ed Barrow, builder cf the Yankee quite' a bit of difference in the
empire and discoverer of Honus price.
Wagner; Bill Kiem, ."the Old Ar- "I held out until after the start'
bitrator" who was "Mr. Umpire" of the season, one year, and Mc-
for years; and Harry Wright, man- Graw put me on the spot as soon
ager of the old Cincinnati Red as I signed. He sent me up as a
Stockings and Boston Braves, all pinchhitter in Boston with the
are dead. score tied in the ninth and two
Too Ill To Attend out. I struck out. He didn't dis-
Tommy Connolly, recently re- appoint them. He walked up to me
tired umpire in chief of the Ameri- and said, 'Terry, you can ask for'
can Leaguer and Bobby Wallace, more money in the winter and do
for 60 years an infielder, pitcher less in the summer than any player'
and manager, were too ill to at- I know.' gm
tend. Dicky caught 100 or more games
In introducing Terry, former for 13 consecutive years and wound
first baseman-manager of the New up with a lifetime batting average
of .313.
Frick spoke briefly, calling for
baseball to make a reappraisal of
SPORT HO Tteftrse bify aligfr
itself and give serious thought to
the future.
by the Associated Press
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'Reds,1O-9 {
Stuart Cops Victory ;
Mantle, Cerv Homer
COOPERSTOWN, N. Y. (P)-Wil-
lie Miranda's infield single, his sec-
ond hit of a six-run rally in the
ninth inning, gave the New York
Yarnkees a 10-9 victory over Cincin-
nati Monday in the annual Hall
of Fame exhibition game at Dou-
bleday Field.
A capacity crowd of 8,805 was
treated to a rousing contest as the
Yanks fought back from a 9-1 def-
icit to forge ahead in the ninth.
It wasn't over yet for Cincin-
nati as they loaded the bases on
two walks and Bobby Adams's
single in the last of the ninth be-
fore Marlin 'tuart, third Yank
pitcher, struck out Nino Escalera
to end it.
Mickey Mantle hit -a first in-
ning homer and Bob Cerv smacked
one with Mantle on base in the
eighth.

DETROIT t?--Al Lopez, the Big
Chief of the Cleveland Indians,
doesn't intend to make the same
mistake that Casey Stengel made
in his just-ended three-game visit
to Briggs Stadium.
. 01' Casey thought he could steal
a couple of games from the De-
troit Tigers and save his best
pitchers for tougher quarry.
So Stengel sent Harry Byrd, one
of the Yankee. disappointments, to
the mound in the first game. Al-
though the New Yorkers won the
game it was not due to Byrd's
efforts. He was knocked from the
box in six innings. Only a rare
home run-and a grand slammer
at that-by Gil McDougald sal-
vaged a triumph for the second
place world champions.
Tom Morgan, a so-so right-
hander pitched the second game
for the Yankees as Stengel ap-
parehtly wasn't convinced h e
would have to use his best men
on the mound.
Tigers Troublemakers
The Tigers sent Morgan to the
showers in the sixth inning and

However, the Tigers must not
have known Ford was the ace of
the Yankee pitchingstaff. They
trumped him and ace relief spe-
cialist Johnny Sain with a 10-8
victory.
Pinch hitter Jim Delsing sent
the Yankees out of the ball park j
four games behind Cleveland when
he drove Sain's first pitch into
the stands with a man on board
in the 10th inning.
But Senor Lopez doesn't intend
to duplicate what turned out to
be one of Stengel's rare mistakes.
When the Indians begin a three-
game stand Tuesday night, the
Tribe's "big Three" will be ready
for mound duty.
The Tigers will see my top
pitchers," Lopez said, "We're not
going to take any chances. Early
Wynn will work the Tuesday night
game. Mike Garcia will pitch
Wednesday and Bob Lemon in the
final game Thursday.
For the opener, Tiger boss Fred
Hutchinson has selected Ned Gar-
ver.
The series could be a crucial
one for Cleveland, as it may well
have been for the Yankees. The
Tigers have tangled with Cleve-
land nine times this season and
have won four of those games for
a nearly .500 average against the
hottest team in the league.

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Charles Lindstrom of Winnetka, To I.ee A's in
Ill., son of Fred Lindstrom, for-
mer big league star, Monday wasPh l - "'
honored as the outstanding Amer- hilade phia
ican League junior player of 1953.
PHILADELPHIA (,F-A formera
NEW YORK ()-Carmen Basi- seat cushion salesman at the ball
lio, top-ranking welterweight con- park hopes to open negotiations
tender from Canastota, N.Y., and Tuesday that will bring his 16-
Carmine Fiore of Brooklyn Mon- plus group control of the Phila-1
day were matched for a 10-round delphia Athletics.
bout at Madison Square Garden Fifty-one-year-old Harry Sylk, a
Sept. 10 drug chain executive, will join with
Philadelphia financier Albert M.
TORONTO (P) - The Toronto Greenfiel'd in talks with Roy Mack,
Arbonauts of the Big Four Foot- executive vice president of the Ath-
ball League Monday released two letics. Sylk and Greenfield head
former West Coast linemen, El- a group of more than 16 civic
mer Wilhouite of Southern Cali- leaders seeking to keep the Ameri-2
fornia and end Howard McCants can League franchise from beingt
of Washington State. sold to out-of-town interests.1
* * * Roy Mack, his brother and part-t
CINCINNATI (A:) - W a1la c e ner, Earle, and his dad, the ven-z
(Bud) Smith, Cincinnati light- erable Connie Mack Sr., have their
weight,.was signed Mohday for a backs against the wall. After 54I
10-round nationally televised box- years of operating the Athleticst
ing bout against welterweight Joe the Mack family face either sale
Miceli of New York here Sept. 11. of the club or possible bankruptcy.
* * * Sale of the club appears to be{
hRickey, general manag- the only answer and the buyerf
er oa thelo littsbrg ras could be either the Sylk group or1
was quoted today in the Sporting Arnold Johnson, a Chicago busi-
Nwas uotdsaytheuespoillrinnessman who wants to move the
News as saying the Bucs wviii re- team to Kansas City Johnso re
build to climb out of the National ptedtyKhasfety.he Mason re-
League cellar. portedly has offered the Macks 4%2
400 million dollars for the franchise.1
Rickey said that there are 40 Sylk, who likes to rememberl
players in the Pirate farm system watching the A's play in between
and 120 players who are Pitts- selling seat cushions when he was
burgh property in the armed a kid, says he has been encouraged
forces. by a flood of mail over the weel

A total of 26 hits rolled to all evened the series 1-1.
corners of the' park where base- But having tried stealing games
ball supposedly was born, with near-fatal results, Stengel
Ralph Branca, trying to make used his best in the final game
a comeback, walked seven and of the series. Whitey Ford took the
gave up nine hits and nine runs hill.
in four innings before Manager
Casey Stengel decided he had
enough.
But a single run in the sixth, Tudor Aro
Cerv's two - run homer in thet
eighth and the big six-run splurge
in the ninth did the trick. Rles for 1)u
Stuart who shut out the Reds in
the last three innings was the win-I
ner and Frank Smith was charged WASHINGTON Pi)-Acting Sec-
with the defeat. retary of the Interior Ralph A.
* ! Tudor Monday announced basic
EXHIBITION AT COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.'regulations to govern hunting of
New York (A)..100 000 126-10 14 1 wild ducks and geese for the
Cincinnati (N) .005 400 000- 9 12 3 4dg haorthe
Podblclan, Perkowski (4), and Sem-( 1954-55 season, adding that the
inick, Bailey (4); Branca, Shaliock(5), outlook for waterfowl this fall is
Stuart (7) and Berra, Silvera (3). «'- slightly below last year's but still
Stuart. L-Perkowski. above five-year average.
Home runs-New York, Mantle, Cerv. Tud sai eauorizedhunt-
ing seasons will be approximately
the same length as last year for
migratory waterfowl, with bag and
possession limits also about the
same.
Hurts Landy He said some minor adjustments
had been made "to compensate
for some adverse reports from the
northern breeding grounds. These
reports indicate, on an over-all
basis, that breeding populations
VANCOUVER (R) - John Landy, this year will be slightly be'ow last
whose 3:59.6 mile Saturday wasn't year but still above the five-year
good enough to beat Roger Ban- average."
nister 'in the British Empire The basic regulations do not in-
Games feature, said Monday he elude the specific season dates or
had a sore left heel as a result of shooting hours for the various
the race but otherwise was all states. These will be announced
right. afte-: Aug. 25 after their selection
"I usually get'a sore heel, es- by state game administrators with-
pecially when it's a hot day and in the limits of the basic regula-
ther is a hard track, but it's noth- tiomis,
ing serious," he said. The Mississippi flyway, except
At the same time Landy dis- for wood ducks, will have a 55-
counted reports that he had suf- day consecutive or two 25-day
fered a four-stitch cut in the sole of split seasons.
his night foot Thursday by stepping States Select Hoursj
on a photographer's flash bulb as The states are given a new op-
he left a shower.Thstesregvn nwo-
tion of selecting shooting hours
In a Vancouver datelined copy- from half an hour before sunrise
right story, the Montreal Star re- to one hour before sunset, or un-
ported Landy's cut foot. til sunset. Shooting of. woodcock
Andy O'Brien, who wrote the and jacksnipe, however, will be
story, said he had been asked by allowed during the specific seasons
Landy not to reveal the accident until sunset.
"because it would sound like an On the opening day of the sea-
alibi." son, including the opening day of
Bannister won the "miracle each part of a split season, hunt-
mile" race in 3:58.8. ing will begin at noon.
GREATER THAN EERON WIDE SCREEN!

unces Ias
Gck Huntitm
The Fish and Wildlife
announced the following
tions for the Mississippi
which includes Illinois, I
Iowa, Kentucky, Michigar
nesota, Missouri, Ohio an
consin:
Ducks (except wood
geese, and coot, will ha
same length of season as 1:
-55 consecutive days or t
seasons of 25 days each.{
prevail as to extension of
beyond Jan. 10, and closing
except in Alexander Coui
A Jan. 15 closing would
the season to 45 days; a
closing, to 35 days.

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Rickey also noted that half of end, most of it urging him to go
the 14 teams in the farm system ahead with his plans to buy the
are now leading their leagues. ball club. He says he has received
"We'll do the job," he said, "It several offers of stock purchases
has cost us money and time and from fans.
much energy . . . but we'll suc- b"Ay ailman, for example, wants
ceeda" to buy $100 worth of stock," he
said.

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