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{ SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TTMEZ

SATIJUflAY, JULY 3,1954 TilE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Drobny Drubs Rosewall in Four Set Match

4)

Indians Top Chisox Twice,
Lengthen AL Pennant Lead

Czech Takes Wimbledon
Title in Eleventh A ttempt'

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND -- Larry Doby's
hitting and good pitching by vet-
erans Bob Feller and Early Wynn
won Cleveland's Indians two vic-
tories over Chicago Friday night,
3-2 and 5'4 and dropped the White
Sox from second to third place,
a half game behind the New York
Yankees.
The Tribe's double victory made
it impossible for either New York
or Chicago to overtake the Indians
by July fourth.
In addition to dropping a rung
in the standing, Chicago lost third
baseman George Kell for at least
E the weekend games. Kell tore the
ligaments of his right knee trip-
ping on first base when he ground-
ed out in the fourth inning of the
first game.
The White Sox already have first
baseman Ferris Fain, whose .302
batting average is the league's
10th best, sidelined for this series
because of a kneee bruise.
The New York Yankees split
their 13th consecutive doubleheader
as they dropped the second game
to Washington Friday 7-4 after
struggling through to a 6-5 victory
n the 11-inning opener. The double-
header failures run back into last
season.
Yogi Berra's two-out single drove
in pinchhitter Bob Cerv with the
winning run in the first game.
The Senators wrapped up the
second contest early with Roy Sie-
vers' 12th homer in the second in-
ning followed by a four-run splurge
against Whitey Ford and Harry
Byrd in the third.
Despite 11 Yankee hits, rookie
Dean Stone stayed the route in the
nightcap for his seventh victory.
He's lost only once.
f What looked like a big Yankee
rally in the sixth produced only
two runs on three singles and a
walk when Cerv was called out
on strikes with two aboard.
Berra's winning single in the
first game was his second big hit.
Orioles 2, Tigers 0
BALTIMORE-Joe Coleman fa-
shioned a three-hit shutout to de-
feat the Detroit Tigers 2-0 Friday
night for his ninth victory of the
season.
The Orioles took advantage of
loser Al Aber'shearly wildness to
score a single run in the first
frame.
The orioles' other run came in
the fifth on Cal Abrams' triple
and Jim Brideweiser's single.
Red Sox 8, A's 4
BOSTON-Grady Hatton drove
in three runs with an eighth-inning
bases loaded triple Friday night
as the Boston Red Sox pinned an
8-4 setback on the Philadelphia
Athletics and rookie pitcher Bob
Trice.
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Red Sox freshman hurler Tom
Brewer chalked up his fourth vic-
tory of the season-his first over
the A's-by limiting the Philadel-
phians to seven hits including a
homer by Bill Wilson, his eighth
of the year.
* * *
Giants 7, Phils 6
pennant-hopeful New York Giants
rallied for five runs in the seventh
inning Friday night to come from
behind and beat the last-place
Pittsburgh Pirates 9-5 for their
8th consecutive victory. The win
gave the first place Giants a five-
game lead over the second place
Brooklyn D o d g e r s who dropped
a 7-6 decision to the Philadelphia
Phillies.
Fabulous Dusty Rhodes, the
pinch-hitting star of the Giants,
ignited the seventh inning rally
by singling with one away for re-
lief pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm.
Wilhelm, who pitched to only
two men in the Pirate sixth, re-
ceived credit for the victory.
Phils 7, Dodgers 6
PHILADELPHIA (A -Robin Rob-
erts choked off a ninth-inning
threat after Del Ennis cracked a
three-run homer Friday night to
give the Philadelphia Phillies a
7-6 victory over the Brooklyn
Dodgers, now owners of a four-
game losing streak.
Roberts came on with one down
in the ninth after Walt Moryn hit
a pinch-hit single for Don Zimmer.
The injured Duke Snider batted for
pitcher Jim Hughes and tripled
to bring the Dodgers within one
run of tying.
But Roberts got Junior Gilliam
to pop and then' ended the game
by striking out Don Hoak.
Ennis' homer in the eighth gave
the Phils a 7-5 lead.
Braves 11, Reds 4
MILWAUKEE (A - Four home
runs-two by Eddie Mathews and
one apiece by Henry Aaron and
Joe Adcock-paced the Milwaukee
Braves to an 11-4 rout of Cincin-
nati Friday night in the first game
of a twi-night doubleheader. The
Braves clubbed three Redlegs'
pitchers for 16 hits as they went
on one of their wildest rampages
of the year. The quartet of homers
was the most the club has hit in
one game at County Stadium.

WIMBLEDON, England (R)-In
the waning years of his long and
fine tennis life, Jaroslav Drobny
won Friday the title he has tried
for 11 times and wanted most-
the Wimbledon singles champion-
ship.
The 32-year-old Czechoslovak-
ian, wiping his glasses or his brow
after every point, outplayed, out-
paced and outfought 19-year-old
Kenneth Rosewall of Australia. Set
scores in this finest Wimbledon
final in many a year were 13-11,
4-6, 6-2, 9-7.
The victory was all but aston-
ishing. Rosewall, 13 years younger
than Drobny and far more agile,

YOGI BERRA
. . . clutch hits

Mayer, Haas Tie at Halfway
Mark in Motor City OpenK

DETROIT (1)-Firing six bir-v
dies apiece, soft spoken Dick Mayer
of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Fred
Haas of New Orleans, who whis-
tles while he golfs, shared the lead
at the halfway point of the Motro
City Open yesterday. Each had a
138, four under par.
The 29-year-old Mayer, wielding
hot irons, shot the best round of
the tournament-a five under par
66 - and reached the 36th-hole
mark with 72-66-138.
Lucky Pitter
Haas, using his "lucky diamond"
putter which he designed himself,
matched this with a four-under
67 for a 71-67-138, but even more
important to the lanky, 38-year-
old veteran was the fact he had
licked a 10-year siege of hay fe-
ver.
After playing the first three
holes in regulation figures Haas
was given an atomizer by his doc-
tor, who caught up with him on
the 4th green.
Haas then dropped birdie putts
of 10, 10, 11 and 11 feet over the
slick greens of the Meadowbrook
Country Club. Another birdie re-
sulted when he exploded from a
trap and canned a 40-footer.
Atomizer Vital
"I would have been a dead pig-
eon without the putter and the
atomizer," Haas said in the club
house. "I've had this hay fever for

10 years and nothing ever works-
until this atomizer."
The first day leader, slender
Dave Douglas of Grossinger, N.Y.,
started poorly and slipped from a
68 to a two-over 73 for a 141 total.
Cary Middlecoff, Memphasis,
Tenn., Bob Toski, Livingston, N.J.,
and Bill Markham, Royal Oak,
Mich. finished with two-under par
140's.
Five Score 141
Five players were bracketed at
Littler, Palm Springs, Calif.; Tom-
141 with Douglas. They were Gene
my Bolt, Houston, Tex.; Johnny
Palmer, Charlotte, N.C.; George
Fazio, Pine Valley, N.J., and Ted
Rhodes of Chicago. All are regular
circuit riders except Rhodes, an
outstanding Negro professional,
who tours only on occasions.
The field was cut to below 60 low
pros and 10 low amateurs for the
final 18-hole rounds Saturday andI
Sunday.
]babe Takes
Women's Open
Tourney Lead
PEABODY, Mass (IP)-Babe Did-
rickson Zaharias, her confidence
and drives booming, shot a one-
under par 71 Friday to grab an
almost insurmountable seven-
stroke lead at the halfway point
of the Women's National Open
Golf Tournament.
The brilliant round-a feminine
record for the 6,393-yard, par 72
Salem Country Club course-gave
the fabulous Texan a 36-hole score
of 143 going into Saturday's double
round windup.
Rawls Second
In second place at 150, after a
sparkling 73, came the defending
champion, Betsy Rawls of Spar-
tansburg, S. C., and even she con-
ceded that only a monstrous blow-
up could halt the Babe's bid for
a third Women's Open title.
Claire Doran, the Cleveland
school teacher who tied Mrs. Za-
harias for the first round lead
Thursday, came up with a frigid
putting iron Friday and skied to
a seven-over-par 79.
This gave Miss Doran a tie for
third place with Betty Hicks of
Durham, N.C., who won the Na-
tional Amateur back in 1941. Miss
Hicks had a steady second round
76 to go with an opening 75.
Pat Lesser of Seattle also fired
a 73 for the second round to take
over fourth place at 152.
Wright Fades

had been seeded third, Drobny
11th in the tournament.
Czech Turns Egyptian
The Czech who became an Egyp-
tian citizen in 1949 when he refus-
ed to return to his Communist
homeland, was playing in his third
Wimbledon finals. He lost both pre-
vious times, to Ted Schroeder in
1949 and Frank Sedgman in 1952,
and he was supposed to have some
kind of jinx which kept him from
this biggest title in amateur tennis.
But right from the start Friday
he went on a limited offensive. It
was limited only in that the crafty
fox of the center court chased only
shots he knew he could reach.
Almost throughout the 2'2 hour
match, Drobny tried to command
the net. While Rosewall's service
was pitifully weak, Drobny blew
in it. Often, he was not fast enough
to follow to the net in time. But
when he got up front he was im-
possible.
Overhead Effective
Drobny's overhead game was one
of the finest in tennis. On services
he aced seldom, but his power was
such that many of Rosewall's re-
turns became setups for kills. He
managed, generally, to keep Rose-
wall in the back court.
When the Duchess of Kent gave
him the championship cup, Drob-
ny said this will be his last serious
Wimbledon.
Rosewall was almost in tears as
he left the court. Last year he was
seeded first but fell in the quarter-
finals. Last Wednesday he upset
the No. 1 seed, Tony Trabert of
Cincinnati, and looked to be a sure
thing for the title Friday.
[Major League
Standings
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New York ...47
Chicago ....46
Detroit.....31
Washington 30
Philadelphia 28
Baltimore ..28
Boston.....26

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Podoley Paces AAU Decathlon
Meet, Richards in Third Place.

TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Baltimore (night)
Washington at New Y o r k
(night)
Chicago at Cleveland (night)
Philadelphia at Boston

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (W)-Jim
Podoley, a rangy, 20-year old
sophomore from Central Michigan
College, Friday night grabbed a
177-point lead in the first half of
the National AAU Decathlon
Championships.
Schoolboy Aubrey Lewis of the
Kearny, N.J., A. C. was second and
favored Bob Richards was a close
third.
The 6-foot, 1%/2 inch, 175-pound
collegian accumulated 3,831 points
in the first five events-the 100
meter dash, broad jump, shot put,
high jump and 400 mezer run.
Finals Today

TODAY!
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The final five events of this test
of skill and stamina will be held
Saturday afternoon.
Lewis a 19-year-old from Mont-
clair, N.J., was second with 3,654
points while Richards had 3,542.
Although he trailed, Richards,
representing the Los Angeles A.C.,
said "I think I'll still win."
Pole Vault Vet To Come
The flying parsons favorite
event, the pole vault, is on Satur-

day's program. The 28-year-old
Richards, who won the pole vault
at the Helsinki Olympic games,
was runnerup in the decathlon
last lear and won it in 1951.
Lewis, 19-year-old Montclair
N. J., schoolbay, ran the 100 me-
ters in 11 seconds flat and took
an early lead in the National AAU
Decathlon Championships at Ba-
der Field.
The youngster, who was sixth
in the 10-event grind last year,
received 908 points for his per-
formance in the century, first of
the five events contested Friday
night.
Richards Runs
The Rev. Robert Richards, the
Olympic pole vaulting champion
and runnerup last year, was clock-
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ards won this test of skill and
stamina in 1951 and is the big
choice to succeed Milt Campbell
who is not defending his crown
because of an elbow injury:
A field of 23 took part in the
100, broad jump, shot put, high
imp and 400-meter run.
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Woodling, Mantle and Noren
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Brooklyn at Philadelphia
New York at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Chicago
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (night)
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conclude my golf career by play-!
ing in the British Open at St. An-
drews next year. It was there that
I tried for my second straight
British Open championship in 19-
33 and lost out when Denny Shute
and Craig Wood finished in a tie.
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treacherous incoming nine for a
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