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THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

THURSDAZ JULY 1,1954T IlE MiCHIGAN IJAiLY PAGE THREE

Trabert, Patty Eliminated)

In Wimbledon

Tourney

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WIMBLEDON, England (M ) -
Jaroslav Drobny and Ken Rosewall Angeles and Paris 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 9-7
startled staid Wimbledon Wednes- less than two hours after Rosewall
day in the semi finals when they had eliminated the favorite, Tony
turned the men's championship of "Trabet of Cincinnati 3-6, 6-3, 4-6,
this world's greatest tennis tourna- 6-1, 6-1.
ment into a match without an Thus when they meet in the final
American. Friday, it will be the second time
Drobny upset Budge Patty of Los since 1946 that there hasn't been
an American finalist in the Wim-
bledon men's singles. It also will
B ott Favoredbe the 32-year-old Czech's third
trip out there for such an occasion.
In Links Event Drobny, who refused to return
to Czechoslovakia in 1949 and be-
came a citizen of Egypt, lost to
DETROIT (A'-The Motor City Ted Schroeder in the final that
Open - boasting a dramatic his- year. He was runnerup to Aus-
tory of playoffs - begins a four- tralia's Frank Sedgman two years
day run Thursday with Tommy ago. He played in the first of his
Bolt of Houston, Tex., and Dr. 11 Wimbledon tournaments 16
Cary Middlecoff sharing the fa- years ago - when Rosewall was
vorite's role. -. only 3 years old.
Bolt is fresh from a playoff Vic- For three sets, the Rosew11-
tory in the Insurance City Open Trabert match was a classic. Then
at Wethersfield, Conn., while Mid- the match fell apart as Trabert
dlecoff, the Memphis, Tenn., den-
tist, usually plays his best golf
n this tournament, now in its fifth BOSTON DOWNS
year.
The 72-hole event will be held at "
the Meadowbrook Country Club, a GrantsBeat
35-36-71 layout measuring 6,701 '~ in sB a
yards. The winner will receive
$3,000 of the $17,500 in prize mon- NEW YORK ( - Knuckleball
les. specialist Hoyt Wilhelm turned in
a s u p e r b relief performance
Boone Says . , . Wednesday to preserve a fine
pitching effort by southpaw John-
DETROIT - Tiger thirdbase- ny Antonelli and enable the New
manTRayoon,- ntemthi -York Giants to defeat the Brook-
man, Ray Boone, contemplating 1y ogr - frtersxh
his possible selection for the All- lyn Dodgers 5-2 for their sixth
Stargam atCleelad, uly13,straight victory. The victory hiked
star game at Cleveland, July 13, the Giants' first-place lead over
said, It would be nice to be back the Dodgers to three games.
over there before all those folks Wilhelm entered the scene in
who used to boo me when I was the eighth inning with the Giants
with the Indians."
leading 2-1 but with Brooklyn run-
ners on first and third and nobody
COLLEGIATE-CUTS out. A fumble by Whitey Lockman
A SPECIALTY!! on Junior Gilliam's easy roller and
WELCOME STUDENTS Don Hoak's hit-and-run single to
right field had put the potential
" 9 Haircutters tying and winning runs on base
* No Waiting and caused Antonelli's exit. An-
* Air Conditioned tonelli, however, got the win.
T EDASCOndiBARERtSWilhelm calmly retired Jackie
THE DASCOLA BARBERS Robinson on a short fly to left and
Near Michigan Theater made Gil Hodges hit into an in-
ning-ending double play.
DETROIT 4, CHICAGO 3
E TCHICAGO (-Bill Tuttle's hom-
er with none aboard in the ninth
Starting Friday after Chicago tied the score at 3-3
BOLD ADVENTURE! with two in the eighth gave the
Detroit Tigers a 4-3 triumph over
the second-spot White Sox Wednes-
day. -
Chicago's Bob Keegan, win-
ningest American League pitcher,
failed in a try for his 12th de-
cision, but the defeat was regist-
ered against Morrie Martin, who
MANsRF MA started the ninth.
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suddenly lost his mobility when a
mass of blisters on his hand and
the bottom of his left foot began
paining him.
By contrast, the Drobny-Patty
match was dull. Drobny won al-
most with ease.
The women's singles semi finals
will be played Thursday with de-
Due to fourth of July week-
end, the Intramural Building
will be closed for co-recreation
Friday Night, all day Saturday,
and all day Monday. Intramur-
al activities will commence
again on Tuesday, July 5.
-Earl Riskey
fending champion Maureen Connol-
ly of San Diego, Calif., opposing
Mrs. Betty Pratt of South Orange,
N.J., and Doris Hart of Coral Gab-
les, Fla., playing Louise Brough
of Beverly Hills, Calif.

Carrasquel
Regains All
Star Lead
CHICAGO-(A')-Chico Carrasquel
of the Chicago White Sox regained
the lead for the American League
shortstop position in All-Star base-
ball balloting today.
Carrasquel, heavily suuported by
a Chicago fan club, took a 10,918
vot lead over Harvey Kuenn, De-
troit Tiger shortstop.
Carrasquel has 431,539 votes to
Kuenn's 420,621.
The balloting by fans to name
starting lineups for the 21st inter-
league game in Cleveland, July 13,
ends at midnight this Saturday.
Yogi Berra, New York Yankee
catcher, is the individual vote get-
ting leader, having pulled a total
of 464,201. Outfielder Stan Musial
of the St. Louis Cardinals was
second with 462,381.
Detroit Tiger infielder Ray Boone
continued to place third basemen
in the American League balloting.
Boone is over 29,000 ahead of his
nearest rival, George Kell, of the
White Sox.

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MARRIED GIRL with car to do baby
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YANKS:
Dodgers; Tigers Nip Chisox

Despite the loss, the Sox failed PHILADELPHIA 8,
to lose ground to the third-place WASHINGTON 7
New York Yankees, who remained PHILADELPHIA-(41-Ed Wilson
a game behind by losing at Boston pounded two home runs into the
6-1. stands last night as the Philadel-
Tuttle's decisive clout, his fifth phia Athletics nipped the Wash-
homer of the season, gave the tri- ington Senators, 8-7. His first blow
umph to Billy Hoeft, who replaced came in the third as part of a four
starter George Zuverink in the run rally in which Gus Zernial
eighth. doubled home two more runs. He
* * * added his final round-tripper in the
BOSTON 6, NEW YORK 1 seventh.
BOSTON (R)-Willard Nixon held * * *
New York to six hits in beating PHILADELPHIA 8,
the Yankees for the third time PITTSBURGH 0
this year Wednesday as the Boston PITTSBURGH-(M--Robin Rob-
Red Sox scored a bizarre 6-1 tri- erts wielded a six-hit, 8-0, shutout
umph at Fenway Park. yesterday as the Philadelphia Phil-
Boston, mired in the American lies downed the hapless Pittsburgh
League cellar, momentarily de- Pirates for their fifth consecutive
railed New York's drive to catch win.
the leading Cleveland Indians, The Phillies blasted out 15 hits
dropping the Yanks 3% games off to beat the Bucs, who were cele-
the pace. brating the 45th anniversary of
Nixon, who had topped the Forbes Field.
Yanks 2-1 and 3-1 earlier this year, It was Roberts' third consecutive
walked his way into several jams shutout over the Bucs and the 15th
but escaped all but Mickey Man- of the season, six of them at the
tle's fifth-inning home run. hands of the Phillies.
Sammy White's two-run single
was the big blow of Boston's**
strange three-run third inning iW
which the team batted around.
CHICAGO 9, MILWAUKEE 7 New Powers
MILWAUKEE (A - The Chicago L
Cubs went wild in the seventh and LINCOLN, Nebraska-A'-T h e
eighth innings Wednesday, scoring University of Nebraska yesterday
nine runs off an assortment of abolished its board of intercollegi--
pitchers to snap an 11-game losing ate athletics which for 33 years
streak and beat the Milwaukee has served as a "middle man"
Braves 9-7 before a ladies day between the director of athletics,
crowd of 34,226. the chancellor, and the board of
* * '*regents.
CLEVELAND 2, BALTIMORE 0 Today's action by the university
BALTIMORE (MP-The Cleveland regents has the effect of giving~
Indians stretched their league firmer control of the athletic de-
lead yesterday as they downed the partment to the new athletic direc-
Baltimore Orioles, 2-0. Mike Garcia tor, Bill Orwig, former coach at
registered his tenth win of the the University of Michigan.
season and his fourth shutout. The board is made up of four
Larry Doby wrapped up the association members and one stu-
game in the third when he hit dent "N" Club member.
his 11thnhomerun of theyear. The
Indians added an insurance run
in the seventh whe Jim Hegan GOLFERS
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DRIVING to California via Yellowstone
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156 with 22 zeros after it.
The 205,000-ton 1954 cocoa crop
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31,000 tons under the early esti-
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