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TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY. SlYLY 8,1954 THE MICflIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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Indians Split
Double Bill
With Tigers
Yankees Take
Pair from A's
DETROIT (N) - Harvey Kuenn's
11th inning home run-a 35-foot
drive into the upper left field deck
-broke up a tense scoreless duel
and gave the Detroit Tigers a 1-0
victory over the Cleveland Indians
Monday in the second game of a
doubleheader.
The Indians captured the open-
er 13- as Bill Glynn, a light-hit-
ting first baseman, hammered
three straight home runs.
Kuenn's dramatic homer, only
his third of the season, halted
Cleveland's eight-game winning
streak and gave George Zuverink
the mod over Don Mossi in a bril-
liant pitching duel.
The loss also shaved the Indians'
league lead to three and a half
games over the New York Yan-
kees, who swept their doublehead-
er with the Philadelphia Athletics.
a,* * *
YANKS 7-11, A's 4-2
PHILADELPHIA (P)--The New
? York Yankees-after 13 fruitless
tries-won their first doubleheader
in almost a year Monday with an
old-fashioned Bronx Bomber slug-
ging attack that subdued the Phil-
adelphia Athletics 7-4 and 11-2 at
Connie Mack Stadium.
Ever since last August the Yan-
kees have been frustrated in try-
ing to take both ends of a twin
bill. The best they could do until
Monday was a split.
In the first game, consecutive
home runs by Joe Collins and Gene
Woodling plus a run-scored double
by Woodling proved the margin of
victory. Veteran reliefer Johnny
Sain saved the fourth win of the
year for Harry Byrd who has yet
to complete a game this season.
In the nightcap, a walk to Col-
lins, a triple by Mickey Mantle
and Bill Renna's misplay when
the score-board, let two runs in to
start the sixth inning. Then Irv
Noren hit the first of two home
runs in the game over the right
field wall to score Yogi Berra who
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Giants Win
Holiday Pair
From Phils
Dodgers Also
Triumph Twice
NEW YORK (P) - Du s t y
Rhodes' three-run homer gave the
New York Giants a doubeheader
sweep over the Philadelphia Phil-
lies Monday with a 4-3 victory
after Johnny Antonelli shut out the
Phils with three hits in the 10-0
openers. The two triumphs kept
the Giants 3% games in front of
Brooklyn in the National League
race.
s Rhodes' third homer in the last
two days came after Whitey Lock-
man and Al Dark singled off Mur-
ry Dickson to open the fifth inning
of the second game. Rhodes, play-
ing left field in place of Monte
SIrvin,alsohhomered in the fourth
einning of the first game.
The Phils hadn't scored a run in
36 innings at the Polo Grounds,
o having been shut out four straight
times, until they got to Ruben Go-
e mez for a score in the first inning
of the second game. They knocked
t out Gomez in the second inninig
d but were held off by Johnny Mc-
h Call, Ramon Monzant and Hout
P Wilhelm the rest of the way while
g the Giants rallied to win on Rhodes'
e home run.

CARL FURILLO
... batting star

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walked. Woodling singled a n d
Carey tripled to right and that was
the ball game.
* * *
CHISOX 3-2, ORIOLES 2-1
CHICAGO W/) --The Chicago
WhiteSox ended a five-game los-
ing streak Monday by taking a
doubleheader from the Baltimor
Orioles, 3 to 0 and 2 to 1.
Billy Pierce held the Orioles to
four hits in the opener to end Bal
timore's winning streak at thre
games.
Harry Dorish made his firs
start of the season in the seconc
game and checked Baltimore with
six hits until he had to have hell
with one out in the ninth inning
from Sandy Consuegra and Morrli
Martin.
It was Pierce's first complete
game since May 19, and his fourth
win against five defeats.
An error by Sam Mele in the
first inning of the opener provided
the Sox with the winning run. Min-
nie Minoso beat out a bunt, stole
second and came home when Mele
dropped Matt Batts' fly to left with
two out.
Cass Michaels punched outa
two-run single in the eighth inning
against Don Larsen who went all
the way for his ninth defeat. He's

tack in the first game with a hom-
er and three singles.
Billy Loes tamed the Pirates in
the nightcap on eight hits after a
shaky first inning. He struck out 11
and walked only one. The loser
was Jack Thies.
The Dodgers got only sevenhits
in the second contest - one of
them Junior Gilliam's ninth homer
of the season in the third inning.
Furillo drove in two runs with a
double in the fourth and his second
two-base knock cleared the sacks
in the eighth. Duke Snider's triple
and Jackie Robinson's long fly
gave the Dodgers the other run in
the sixth.
* * *
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* * Braves swept a doubleheader from
DODGERS 8-7, PIRATES 6-2 the St. Louis Cardinals Monday,
PITTSBURGH UP)-The Brooklyn winning a battle of home runs in
Dodgers kept hot on the heels of the opener with four homers, -6,
the league-leading New York Gi- and backing Warren Spahn's pitch-
ants Monday, knocking of the ing with a 17-hit attack to take the
Pittsburgh Pirates 8- and 7-2 in a nightcap, 10-4.
holiday twin-bill. The Braves pounded out three
Furrilo drove in five runs home runs in a seven-run second
in the second contest with two inning in the opener as Ed Math-
doubles, Rookie outfielder Walt ews, Del Crancali and Bill Bruton
Moryn led the Brooks 17-hit at- all hit for the distance off rookie
Brooks Lawrence.
Mathews hit another homer -
his 18th-in the seventh for the
Braves as Jim Wilson hung up
his sixth straight victory although
S a dings he needed help before he had fin-'
ished eight innings.
AMERICAN LEAGUE Solly Hemus, Rip Repulski and
Cleveland . .53 23 .697 - Joe Cunningham homered for the
New Yor k - 51 R 49I Cardinals.

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won two.
* * *
RED SOX 14-1, SENATORS 0-7
WASHINGTON (- -- Ted Lepcio
blasted agrand slam homer for
Boston in the first game and Roy
Sievers smashed one for Washing-
ton in the second game Monday as
the clubs split a double-header.
The Red Sox won the opener, 14-0,
and the Senators took the night-
cap, 7-1.
Lepcio, who also smashed a
home run in the second game to
provide Boston itseonly run off
Chuck Stobbs, highlighted an eight-
run sixth inning with his bases-
loaded blow off Camilo Pascual in
the opener. Willard Nixon breezed
to his seventh win, restricting the
Senators to six, hits.

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Chicago ....48
Detroit .....32
Washington 31
Baltimore ..30
Philadelphia 29
Boston......28
TODAY'S
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41 .438
44 .413
36 .495
45 .492
45 .384
GAMES

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Cleveland

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Boston at New York (night) -
Brewer (4-4) vs Ford (6-6)
Chicago at Detroit - Trucks
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Philadelphia at Washington
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Brooklyn ...48 28 .632
Philadelphia 38 34 .528
Milwaukee . .38 37 .507
Cincinnati ..38 37 .507
St. Louis ...35 41 .461
Chicago ....27 46 .370
Pittsburgh ..25 52 .325
TODAY'S GAMES

* * *
REDS 6-8, CUBS 5-7
CINCINNATI (y-The Cincinnati8
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pushed them into the lead 5-4 in
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