WEDNESDAY, JULY 7,1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, JULY '7, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
Red So'x 441
Tigers One Hit
By The Associated Press
BROOKLYN-Powered by home
runs off the bats of Al Dark, Willie
Mays and Monte Irvin, the New
York Giants extended their Nation-
al League lead to 4% games by
defeating the Brooklyn Dodgers
5-2 Tuesday night.
Sal Maglie, who never has lost
a game in the 10 he's pitched in
the Dodgers' lair, kept his record
intact, although he had to weather
a two-run first inning, and had to
be rescued by ace reliever Mary
Grissom with the bases loaded and
none out in the ninth.
Indians 11, Orioles 3
CLEVELAND-The Cleveland In-
dians scored 11 runs in the first
inning Tuesday night-a new one-
inning high for the American
League this season-and beat the
Baltimore Orioles 11-3. The Indians
sent 16 batters to the plate against
Joe Coleman and Mike' Blyzka in
the big rally which started with a
homer by Bill Glynn and included
a three-run triple by Wally West-
Earlyn Wynn, pitching his 10th
victory against six losses for Cleve-
land, held the Orioles h i t 1 e s s
' through seven innings, but they
scored against him in the eighth
on a walk and Jim Briwdee'sre
on a walk and Jim Brideweser's
triple. In the ninth the Orioles ad-
ded two more runs on consecutive
singles by Bob Kennedy, Gil Coan,
C rurtney and Bob Young.
* * *
Yanks 4, Red Sox 1
NEW YORK-The New York
Yankees whipped the Boston Red
Sox, 4-1, Tuesday night with Joe
Collins and Andy Carey hitting
home runs and Whitey Ford hang-
ing up his seventh victory of the
year although he wasn't around
at the end.
The Yankee Triumph combined
with the Cleveland Indians' victory
over the Baltimore Orioles, left
the World Champions three-and-a-
half games behind the Tribe in a
race for the American League pen-
Australian Takes Lead
In British Open Golf Play
SOUTHPORT, England (P) --
Australia's Norman Von Nida set
the pace Tuesday in qualifying for
the British Open Golf Champion-
ship that saw three of the nine-
man American delegation elimi-
But the Americans, hardly ex-
pected to make much of a showing
in this tournament, stuck right
with the littlerAustralian as vet-
eran Gene Sarazen and amateur
Frank Stranahan tied for second
place in the 36-hole qualifying test
for the main event o p e n i n g
Von Nida shot 70-67-137. The 52-
. . . Tiger Tamer
Managers Name Reserves,
Pitchers for All-Star Clash
CINCINNATI (N --The rosters for
the 1954 major league All-Star
Game were completed Tuesday as
Walter Alston of Brooklyn, the on-
ly "freshman" manager ever to
pilot a team in such competition,
filled out the National League
squad by selecting seven pitch-
ers, two catchers, four outfielders
and four infielders.
The game will be played at
Cleveland July 13. The American
League has won 12 of 20 previous
games but the National League has
won the last 4.
Casey Stengel of the New York
Yankees will be managing the
American League All-Stars for the
fifth straight year.
Alston named righthanders Rob-
in Roberts of Philadelphia, Carl
Erskine of Brooklyn, Gene Conley
of Milwaukee and Marvin Grissom
of New York and southpaws War-
ren Spahn of Milwaukee, Harvey
Haddix of St. Louis and Johnny
Antonelli of New York.
Earlier Stengel had named south-
paw Whitey Ford of the Yankees
CHICAGO (M - X-rays of first
baseman Dee Fondy's jammed
left hand proved negative Tuesday,
but he was still missing from the
Chicago Cubs' lineup for the opener
of a three-game series against the
Fondy, who suffered the injury
in a base running collision Monday
at Cincinnati, will be dry-docked
for two or three days according
to Bruin boss Stan Hack.
Fondy, who is batting .261 after
playing 68 games, was replaced
by Steve, Bilko.
[Va jor League
and righthanders Mike Garcia and
Bob Lemon of Cleveland, Bob Kee-
gan and Virgil Trucks of the Chi-
cago White Sox, Bob Porterfield
of Washington, Allie Reynolds of
the Yankees and Bob Turley of
The starters, other than the pitch-
ers, were selected by a vote of
the fans. They are:
National League-Roy Campanel-
la, Brooklyn, catcher; Ted Klu-
szewski, Cincinnati, first base;
G r a n n y Hamner, Philadelphia
Phils, second base; Alvin Dark,
New York Giants, shortstop; Ray
Jablonski, St. Louis, third base;
Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn, left
field; Duke Snider, Brooklyn cen-
ter field, and Stan Musial, St.
American League-Yogi Berra,
Yankees, catcher; Al Rosen, Cleve-
land, first base; Bobby , Avila,
Cleveland, second base; Chico
Carrasquel, Chicago White Sox,
shortstop; Ray Boone, Detroit,
third base; Orestes Minoso, White
Sox, left field; Mickey Mantle,
Yankees, center field, and Hank
Bauer, Yankees, right field.
To augment his National League
starters, Alston picked catchers
Smoky Burgess of the Phils and
Del Crandall of Milwaukee; infield-
ers Gil Hodges and PeeWee Reese
of Brooklyn, Red Schoendienst of
St. Louis, and Ransom Jackson of
Chicago, and outfielers Don Muel-
ler and Willie Mays of the Giants,
Gus Bell of Cincinnati and Frank
Thomas of Pittsburgh.
s * *
CHICAGO (R)-Casey Stengel of
the New York Yankees, manager
of the American League team
which will meet the National
League stars in the All-Star Game
at Cleveland July 13, Tuesday
named two replacements for in-
jured players on his squad.
Casey had nominated Ferris
Fain and George Kell of the Chi-
cago White Sox to complete his
squad as possible replacements for
the starters picked in the All-Star
Both Fain and Kell are injured,
so Tuesday he named as their re-
placements Dean Stone, lefthanded
Washington pitcher, and Mickey
Vernon, Washington first baseman
and American League batting
Engineerin- Research 18, Bac-
Chemistry A 18, Pharmacy 6
Pickups 16, Willow Run Jokers 5
Psychology A 13, Willow Run
Earl's Boys 14, Pschology B 1
Chenistry B won over Hard-
year -old Sarazen shot 67-74-141.
And Stranahan, the Toledo ama-
teur tied him with 69-72-141.
Von Nida, who shot a record-
equaling 70 over the Birkdale
course in Monday's first round,
played the easier Hillside layout
for his 67 Tuesday. The two Ameri-
cans both had to finish on the
6,837-yard, par 36-37-73 Birkdale
course, where the 72-hole cham-
pionship will be played.
Except for those two, the Ameri-
cans had a bit of a struggle and
two of them made it only by a tight
Jim Turnesa of Briarcliff, N.Y.,
and Toney Penna of Cincinnati fin-7
ished with 151 qualifying scores.
Only the low 97 of a field of
more than 300 qualified for the
championship proper. Those with
152 and higher were eliminated.
The 151 qualifying requirement
was the lowest in the history of
Those who failed included Tom
Hallverson of Sappington, Mo.,
with 160; Army Sgt. Dick Lehms
Women's singles and doubles
will start Tuesday, July 13 in
the all-campus tennis tourna-
ment for the summer session.
The games, which are open to
any women student, will be
played at the Palmer Field
Courts at WAB. Women may
sign up at Office- 15, Barbour
of Dallas, Texas, with 161 and Ed
Price of Los Angeles, who didn't1
turn in a card Tuesday after a
first round of 88.
The other American qualifers:
were Jimmy DeMaret of Kiamesha
Lake, N.Y., with 148, and veteran
Al Watrous of Detroit with 150.1
Ben Hogan, who won the 82nd
open at Carnoustie, Scotland, last
year will not defend his title.
ST. LOUIS (R) - Manager Eddie
Stanky Tuesday branded as a false
rumor a Milwaukee story saying
anti-Stanky feeling has "grown
amazingly in the last few weeks"
and has spread to St. Louis Cardi-
The Milwaukee Sentinel, in a
story over the byline of staff writer
Lou Chapman, said "resentment
against the little Napoleon has even
hit the players' ranks, it is re-
ported, with most of the Cardinals
plainly dissatisfied with his meth-
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Chisox 4, Tigers 0
DETROIT - Virgil Trucks, burly
35-year-old Alabaman, allowed just
one hit-a third-inning single by
Harvey Kuenn-as he pitched the
injury-riddled Chicago White Sox
to a 4-0 victory over the Detroit
It was the second one-hitter of
the season for the hard-throwing
righthander who p o s t e d his
eleventh victory against five los-
Trucks, who pitched a one-hitter
G against Boston May 1, fanned six.
The desperate Sox, hobbled by
injuries and fighting to stay in the
pennant race, supported Trucks
with a 12-hit attack against loser
Al Aber and reliever Bob Miller.
* * *
Braves 14, Cubs 3
CHICAGO - T h e Milwaukee
Braves scored 11 runs in the first
three innings-and breezed to a
e 14-3 rout of the Chicago Cubs
In handing the Bruins their
fourth straight licking, the Braves
blended 11 hits with 10 walks to
saddle former teammate Dave
Cole with his first loss in his first
start for Chicago.
Gene Conley coasted to his sev-
enth win on a yield of nine hits,
one of them Ralph Kiner's No. 14
homer. Joe Adcock and Del Cran-
dall also homered for Milwaukee.
* * *
Cards 6, Reds 0
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Car-
t dinals, bunching their runs in two
innings, backed up Gerry Staley's
nine-hit shutout pitching Tuesday
1 night for a 6-0 victory bover the
Cincinnati Redlegs in which red
Schoendienst hit safely in his 25th
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