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PRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1951THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Yanks, Chisox Gain n Indians

Larsen Out of Wimbledon;
1 T .

T ranert, Seix
WIMBLEDON, England (?--Bel-
glum's underrated Philippe Wash-
er, who said he "wasn't playing
well," knocked the first hole in
Wimbledon's seeded ranks Thurs-
Detour
MILWAUKEE (IP) - There's
an extra curve in the new
~' sports car race track at State
Fair Park-a detour around a
Hungarian partridge nesting on
13 eggs.
The nest was discovered in
the grass just before graders
began to cut a strip down the
field. W. M. Mastersoni fair
manager, rerouted the track
50 feet to the side, making a
The manaer pointed out the
course already has about a doz-
en curves and bends and "one
more,,won't make any differ-
ence.
day when he defeated America's
~.Art Larsen in a 58-game thriller-.
The wealthy, unseeded Washer,
who, plays tennis practically the
year around, paced favored Tony1

Is Praty w in
Trabert and other seeded stars
through the third round with his
10-12, 7-5, 6-2, 9-7 victory over the
six-ranked Larsen from San Lean-
Traberte Triumphs
viTrabertscored a'10-8, 8-6, 6-2
Bobby Wilson.
IOther Americans and th e ir
scores Thursday were: fourth-seed-
ed Vic Seixas, Philadelphia, over
Mark Otway, New Zealand, 6-3,
6-4, 9-7; seventh-seeded Budge Pat-
ty of Los Angeles and Paris, over
India's Narath Kumar, 6-1, 6-3,
6-4; and 12th-seeded Garnar Mul-
boy, Coral Gables, Fla., over Aus-
tralia's Peter Molloy, 6-4, 10-8,
8-6.
The Australians troop, steadily
working toward the pending Aus-
sie-Yank knockdown drag-out bat-
tle in the late rounds, remained
intact.
Aussie winners were, second-
seeded Lew Hoad over Canada's
Robert Bedard, 6-3, 6-0, 1-6, 6-1;
No. 3 seeded Ken Rosewall over
Bob Falkenburg, the former Los
Angeles Wimbledon chamgp who
now lives in Rio de Janeiro, 6-2,
4-6, 6-1, 6-4;

Giants Squeeze by Braves
To Retain One Game Lead
Mays' Homer, Liddle's Four-Hitter Spell
2-1 Win; Dodgers Outblast Redlegs, 9-6

---ANN ARBOR'S MOST LISTENED-TO ORCHESTRA
7ncing Tubs., Fri., and Sot.

MICKEY MANTfLE
... leads Yankee attack
MSC Cathe
DETROIT-(.P)-Tommy Yew-
cic, Michigan State's star foot-
ball - basseb all player Thursday
signed a contract with the De-
troit Tigers.
Johnny McHale, Detroit's farm
director, said the 21-year-old
catcher signed "for less than
$4, 0'."
That means that Yewcic is not
belared outb which the Tigers
intend to do after watching him
work out for several days. He pro-
bably will be sent to Wilkes Barre
in the Eastern League.
Valuable Property
Yewcic, considered a valuable
piece of baseball property, recent-.
ly had visited Chicago where he
had talks with the White Sox and
Cubs. When the Tigers learned
he had not signed with either of
those teams, scout Ed Catalinas
was quickly dispatched to Chica-
go to escort him back to Detroit.
Yewcic said he had received of-
fers from every major league club.
It is presumed he was offered bon-
uses by some of them.
Yewcic hit .315 for Michigan
State this spring and helped the
Spartans win their first Big Ten
baseball title. He was named the
most valuable player in the NC--
AA playoffs. Yewcic also was No.
1 quarterback on Michigan State's
football team, which won the
Rose Bowl game last Jan. 1.

By the Associated Press
DETROIT-Tom Morgan pitch-
ed and batted the New York Yan-
kees to an 11-2 victory over the
Tigers yesterday as the Worlds
Champions made it two out of
three at Detroit.
The win was Morgan's eighth
straight over Detroit and was his
fifth of the season. While the Ben-
gals could gather only eight safe-
ties, including Harvey Kuenn's
first home run of the year, the
Bombers were having a field day
with the offerings of Tiger ace
Ned Garver.
Garver, who up until yesterday
had an earned run average of
only 1.4, was tagged for six runs
in five innings In absorbing his
fourth loss of the season. The Yan-
kees banged out 16 hits in all, in-
cluding a home run by pitcher
Morgan.
Mickey Mantle was the big gun
a arof duls an igle goo
for four runs batted in.
* * *
CHICAGO 5,' WASHINGTON 2
registered hs nt ny onhesea-
formersterammates the Washing-s
ton Senators, to push the White
Sox a full game closer in the stand-
ings to the front running Cleve-
land Indians.
'He needed help though' from
southpaw Billy Pierce who work-
ed 2% hitless innings in relief. It
was Pierce's second appearance
since May 25th when he went to
the sidelines with a sore arm.
Consuegra gave up both Wash-
ington runs, one on Tom Wright's
pinch homer, before he was re-
moved with one out in the seventh
and two men qn base. Pierce re-
tired the side and went on to strike
out three men.
* * *
PHILADELPHIA 5, CLEVELAND 1
CLEVELAND - Bookie Arnold
Portecarrero limited the league-
leading Cleveland Indians to five
hits yesterday in pitching the Phil-
adelphia Athletics to a l-1 victory.
Lou Limmer and Joe DeMaestri
led the Philadelphia attack with
home runs. The loss, coupled with

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Chicago's win over Washington,
cut the Indians' lead to two games
The Tribe got its only run in the
third inning when Hal Naragon
walked, advanced on a single by
Dale Mitchell, and scored as Al
Smith grounded out.
For Portecarrero, it was the fifth
victory against six losses. For los-
ing pitcher Art Houtteman it was
the fourth loss against seven vic-
tories.
* * *
NEW YORK Z, MILWAUKEE 1
NEW YORK-A two-run hom-
er in the second inning by Willie
Mays-his 23r d ofthe seaso and
league-leading New York Giants
to a 2-1 victory over the Milwaukee
B trraves yesteray.
Don Lidldle gave up only four
hits in beating the Brave's Warren
Spahn. Mays' blast into the upper
left field stands came in the sec--
ond inning off of Spahn and it was
all southpaw Liddle needed to win
his second game of the year.
Included among the four Brave
hits was Andy Pafko's eighth hom-
er. Te victory enabled th Gants
lead over the Brooklyn Dodgers.
BROOKLYN 9, CINCINNATI 6
BROOKLYN-Brooklyn outslug-
ged the Cincinnati Redlegs yester-
da wth a 12-hit b taa iarrage thtpro-
duced a 9-6 victory and left the
Dodgers still on the heels of the
front running Giants. '
Home runs by Duke Snider, Roy
Camnpanella and Junior Gilliam ac-
counted for five Dodger runs and
tipped the balance over Redleg cir-
cuit clouts by Ed Bailey and Ted
Kluszewski. The Cincinnati homers
were good for four runs.
Seven pitchers paraded to the
mound, four for the Reds, who did
manage to oust the Dodgers' start-
er, Russ Meyer, with a four-run
outburst in the second inning.
* * *
ST. LOUIS 5, PITTSBURGH 1
PITTSBURGH - Righthander
Brooks Lawrence, making his first
major league appearance, led the
St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-1 win
over the cellar dwelling Pittsburgh
Pirates yesterday.
The Cards scored twice in the
second inning and one each in the
fourth, fifth and eighth frames.
The Bucs lone tally was scored in
the fifth.
Lawrence allowed the Pirates
only four hits in his first start
since he was brought up from Col-
umbus of the American Associa-
tion where he had a 6-3 record.
* * *
PHILADELPHIA 3, ChICAGO
CUBS 2
PHILADELPHIA - Earl Torge-
son's 11th-inning . bases-loaded
single scored Del Ennis with the
winning run last night as the Phil-
adelphia Phillies edged the Chi-
cago Cubs, 3-2.
Herman Wehmeier went the
route for the Phils, giving up only
five hits, including second-inning
homers by Hank Sauer and Steve
Bilko.

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Leisure slacks, $2.99 up. Sam's Store,
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FOR RENT
BY DAY OR WEEK-furnished 1 and 2
bedroom campus apartments. Rooms.
Families welcome. Campus Tourist
Homes. 518 E. Williams. NO 3-8454.
(near State). )92C
SMALL APARTMENT-available now,
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FURNISHED TWO ROOM apt. Private
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BUSINESS SERVICES
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1', blocks east of East Eng. )571

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Cleveland . .45 20 .692
Chicago . .. .43 22 .662
New York ..42 25 .627
Detroit .....28 34 .452
Washington 27 37 .422
Philadelphia 26 37 .413
Boston .....22 39 .361
Baltimore ..23 42 .354

GB
2
4
15% Y
17%
18
21
22

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York ..42 23- .646
Brooklyn . . . 41 24 .631
Philadelphia 32 29 .525
Milwaukee .32 30 .516
St. Louis ...32 32 .500
Cincinnati ..31 33 .484
Chicago . ...23 39 .37G
Pittsburgh ..21 44 .323

GB
1
8%
9% '
10%
17%
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Every Saturday Night
9 -12 P.M.
Al Townsend, Orchestra
HA RLEY R EX, Vocalist
50c per Person

Have fun at the
Partridge Practice Range
We furnish clubs and
bajds - 2V2 miles out
Wahtenaw -rght on
OPEN EVERY DAY

with
JOSEPHINE HULL
CARY GRANT
SATURDAY 7:00 and 9:00
SUNDAY 8:00 only

TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit, night-
Stone (5-1) vs. Zuverink
(3-2)
Boston at Chicago, night-Nix-
on (5-6) vs. Keegan (10-2)
New York at Cleveland, night--
Reynolds (8-1) vs. Garcia (9-4)
Philadelphia at Baltimore,
night--Fricano (3-4) vs. Pi1-
lette (4-8)

TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Brooklyn, night-
Raschi (5-2) vs. Erskine
(7-6)
Chicago at New York, night--
Rush (4-6) vs. Hearn (4-3)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia,
night-Nichols (4-5) vs. Mil-
ler (4-3)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night
Fowler (5-3) vs. Surkont (6-7)

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THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY IN ANN ARBOR
presents
K. V. SRI RAM
Lecturer at the University of Nysore in India
in a PUBL IC L EC TUR E
"HINDUISM AND CHRISTIANITY"
Michigan Union, Room 3R Friday, June 25, 8:00 P.M.
Public cordially invited,

PRSNI~WARNER BROS.
'THEMM'S mIMDR
EDMUND GWEN N -JOAN WElIDO
JAME ARESSScreen Play by rED$HEROEMAM
JAM ES te AR GMusi by Sronisau Naper

) M-G-M's GORGEOUS, LOVE-TIME MUSICAL!
SIGMUND ROMB3ERG'S ROLLICKING,
ROUSING, SONG-FILLED ROMANCE..
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He preferred her love
to a throne!
in COLOR !
>~ CIEoMSCoP
BLTH EDMUND UDO

sings the hi songs
the new M-G-M CinernaScope Musical
p now playing in Ann Arbor
available on "45"and Long Play

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