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WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

WEDNESDAY, 3TJLY 14, 1954 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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American, Lea gue
Junior Loop Rallies to End
Four Game Losin Streak
Rosen Leads Hitters with Two Circuit
Smashes, Stones, of Senators, Gets Victory

Wins,

11-9'

C,.

CLEVELAND(M-Injured Al Ro

sen, who offered to sit out the game
"for the good of the team" staged
a tremendous one-man show to
drive in five runs with two home
runs and a single Tuesday, but
it took Nellie Fox's two-run bloop
single in the eighth to give the
aroused American League an 11-9
victory over the National in the
21st All-Star Baseball Game.
All sorts of records tumbled un-
der the burning sun at Municipal
Stadium as the two clubs staged
the dizziest hitting spree in All-
Star history. One of the chief cas-
ualties was the National's four-
game winning streak.
Rosen's record-tying two homers
and five runs batted in provided
the top drama to a stirring game
in which the lead teetered back
and forth.
The game set a new record with
31 hits for both clubs, 17 for the
American League; 20 runs scored
by both teams and tied a mark
with six homers. Statisticians will
be popping up with other new rec-
ords for the rest of the week.
Short of Record
A roaring crowd of 68,751, only
1,061 short of the All-Star high set
at the same park in 1935, thrilled
to the batting show, especially be-
cause Cleveland hitters drove in
8 of the 11 runs in this American
League victory.
But the big mob didn't know the
inside story on Rosen, who has

Rice .Dies
NEW YORK (W)-Grantland
Rice 73, dean of America's
sports writers, died Tuesday.
Rice started many of his piec-
es with a bit of verse and this
custom in time became sort of a
trademark.
been slumping lately because of
an injured index finger that affect-
ed his grip on the bat.
Before the game Rosen went to
Manager Casey Stengel, who, in-
cidentally finally won an All-Star
game on his fifth try. He told griz-
zled old Case he was free to take
him out at any time if he felt the
Indians' first baseman was hurt-
ing the team's chances.
Because Rosen was chosen by
the fans and had to play at least
the first three innings under the
rules, Stengel went to Commission-
er Ford Frick to ask permission
to take him out if he wanted after
a token appearance.
Frick Approves
Frick okayed Stengel's request,
but said it should be left up to the
player, who has been hitting at
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about a .260 clip with only one
homer since he returned to the
lineup after breaking his finger
early in June.
t After Rosen struck out against
Robin Roberts with two men on
basein the first inning, he wasn't
lifted. In the third he came up
with Minnie Minoso of Chicago
and teamate Bobby Avila on base
and slammed a Roberts pitch for
a 380-foot homer over the port-
able fence in left center for a 3-0
lead. Detroit's Ray Boone followed
a homer to make it 4-0.
Rosen's second homer came in
the fifth after the Nationals had
rallied and forged ahead 7-5 with
a burst of power. After Yogi Ber-
ra had singled to open the last of
the fifth, Rosen hit his second hom-
er into the lower left field seats,
1about 400 feet from home plate.
Singled Also
But the Cleveland infielder was
not through yet. He singled in the
sixth and walked to load the bases
in the ninth before Fox, the Chicago
second baseman, won the game
with his drooping single back of
second base, just out of the reach
of shortstop Al Dark of New York.
After Doby tied it up with his
homer off loser Gene Conley, the
6-foot-8 rookie Milwaukee right-
hander, singles by Mickey Mantle
and Berra of the Yankees and a
walk to Rosen filled the bases.
National League Manager Wal-
Alston of Brooklyn then called Carl
Erskine of his Dodgers to save the
day.
Mantle Scores
But Fox blooped a single back
of second to send Mantle and Ber-
ra racing home with the winning
runs.
The winning pitcher was Dean
Stone, Washington's fine rookie
lefthander who was a late selec-
tion by Stengel when he discovered
George Kell, Chicago third base-
man, wouldn't be able to make it.
Stone pitched to only one map
in the eighth when the Nationals
put the club on Chicago's Bob Kee-
came in with the Nationals out
front 9-8, men on first and third
and two out.
While- Stone was getting ready
to pitch to Duke Snider of Brook-
lyn, St. Louis' Red Schoendienst
lit out for home. He was nipped
at the plate on Stone's throw to
Berra. That set off the only real
rhubarb of the day.
* * *
NATIONAL AB R H O A
Hamner, 2b .........3 0 0 0 0
Schoendienst, 2b ....2 0 0 1 0
Dark, ss ............5 0 1 1 2
Snider, cf-rf ....... .4 2 3 2 0
Musial, rf-f ........5 1 2 2 1
Kluszewski, lb ......4 2 2 5 0
Hodges, lb .......1 1 0 0 0
Jablowski, 3b .......3 1 1 0 1
Jackson, 3b .........2 0 0 1 1
Robinson, if ........2 1 1 0 0
Mays, cf ............2 1 1 1 0
Campanella, c ......3 0 1 9 0
Burgess, c .........0 0 0 1 0
Roberts, p ..........1 0 0 0 0
a Mueller ..........1 0 1 0 0
Antonelli, p.........0 0 0 0 0
c Thomas ...........1 0 0 0 0
Spahn, p............0 0 0 0 0
Grissom, p .........0 0 0 0 0
e Bell ...............1 1 1 0 0
Conley, p..........0 0 0 0 0
Erskine, p ..........0 0 0 0 0
Totals ..........40 9 14 24 5
* * *
AMERICAN AB R H O A
Minoso,If-rf.......4 1 2 1 0
Perisall, rf ........0 0 0 0 0
Avila, 2b .........3 1 3 1 1
Keegan, p ......0 0 0 0 0
Stone, p..........0 0 0 0 0
f Doby, cf ........1 1 1 0 0
Mantle, cf .........5 1 2 2 0
Trucks, p .........0 0 0 0 0
Berra, c..........4 2 2 5 0]
Rosen, lb-3b ...,..4 1 3 7 0
Boone, 3b .........4 1 1 1 3
g Vernon, lb ......1 0 0 1 01
Bauer, rf ..........2 0 1 1 0
Porterfield, p ....-1 0 0 0 0!
d Fox,2b..........2 0 1 1 0
Carrasquel, ss.:,..:5 1 1 5 4!

Ford, p ............1 0 0 0 0
Consuergra, p .....0 0 0 0 0
Lemon, p ........ ,0 0 0 0 0
b Williams, if ......2 1 0 2 0
Noren, If ..........0 0 0 0 0
Totals,......39 11 17 27 8
a-Doubled for Roberts in 4th.
b-Struck out for Lemon in 4th.
c-Struck out for Antonelli in 6th.
d-Struck out for Porterfield in 7th.
e-Homered for Grissom in 8th.
f-Homered for Stone in 8th.i
g-Struck out for Boone in 8th.

CASEY STENGEL

HELPING HAND - Casey Stengal was finally able to pilot an
American League team to victory after four unsuccessful at-1
tempts, but it took help from Al Rosen of the Cleveland Indians,
one of Casey's arch rivals.
National Leaguers Bitter
Over Eighth Inning Plays

CLEVELAND (R) - The stony
silence finally broke in the Na-
tional League All-Stars' dressing
room, and there were two main
topics - a bloop single that won
for the American Leaguers 11-9
and an attempted steal of home
that fizzled.
The National Leaguers' com-
ments on both of those eighth-in-
ning plays were bitter.
Nellie Fox of the Chicago White
Sox hit the pop single over second
on Gene Conley's second pitch to
him with the bases filled and two
out. The hit broke a 9-9 tie by
scoring Mickey Mantle and Yogi
Berra.
Bad Break
"In spite of all the homers out
there today, that was the blow
that beat us," Manager Walter Al-
ston summed up ruefully. "We put
out everything we had. It could
have gone either way."
The talk was longer, louder and
more bitter on the other subject-
the attempted steal by Red Schoen-
dienst of the St. Louis Cards. The
Nationals led 9-8 at the time, there
Were two out, Alvin Dark was on
first with an infield hit, and Duke'
S n i d e r, who had made three
straight hits, was at bat.
Lip Remonstrates
"It was a disgrace," stormed
Coach Leo Durocher,who at the
time of the play rushed from his
third base coaching box to jaw

"The pitcher (Dean Stone) has
got to come to a set position,"
Leo insisted, "and he didn't stop."
Over protest of Durocher and
Milwaukee's C h a r 1 e y Grimm,
Stewart refused to call a balk.
Catcher Yogi Berra put the ball
on the sliding Schoendienst a few
feet from the plate for the out
that ended the inning and stopped
the rally at .two runs.
On Fox's hit, shortstop Dark
made a hard-running try, but ad-
mitted afterward he was "at least
10 feet away" when the ball hit
just behind second.
"I thought I was going to make
it at first," the New York Giants'
star said, "but the wind or some-
thing kept carrying it on."
"Balls crashing all over the park,
and a 98-foot hit ruins us," moaned
Durocher.
Yankee Field Day
Stengel's regulars did all right
by their boss.
Yogi Berra, Mantle and Hank
Bauer collected five hits among
them and Whitey Ford pitched
three scoreless innings.
Stengel wound up his pre-game
pep talk by telling Chicago pitch-
ers Sandy Consuegra and Bob Kee-
gan to "pitch as good against them
as you do against my club." His
words apparently fell on deaf ears.
Consuegra gave up five hits and
five runs in one-third of an in-
ning and Keegan allowed three hits
and two runs in two-thirds.
National League Manager Wal-
ter Alston may have a whale of a
time explaining why he didn't
use Milwaukee's Jim Wilson, the
only senior circuit pitching selec-
tion who didn't see action.
AlltWilson hasto his credit dur-
ing the season is a no-hitter and
six victories against no setbacks.
The Phillies' Robin Roberts, who
gave up home runs to Rosen and
Ray Boone in the third frame, is
no stranger to the gopher ball.
The durable righthander has
yielded 19 homers to National
League batters this season, second
to Brooklyn's Carl Erskine in that
department.

AL ROSEN

Upsets Rule
Public Links
Golf Tourney
Ex-Champs Fadie
In Dallas Play E
DALLAS (, -Frmer champion
Andy Szwedko and Stan Bielat
were given the axe in a rousing
round of upsets in the sun-scorched
National Public Links Golf Tour-
nament Tuesday, each fading in
the stretch after apparently having
victory in their grasp,
At the same time young Hal M-
Commas, the Southern Methodist
sophomore who is a strong favorite
in this ponderous tournament,
rolled on without trouble.
Both ex-champions were beaten
in extra-hole matches.
Szwedko, 44-year-old pipe inspe-
tor at Sharpsburg, Pa., who won
the title in 1939, went down in 19
holes before the closing rush of
T. Moultrie McKelvin, 38-year-old
service station operator of Charles-
ton, S. C. Bielat, Yonkers, N. Y.,
truck driver, struggled 19 holes be-
fore losing to Louis Burtner of
Oklahoma City. Stan captured the
title inm 1950.
Easy Win
MeCommas had an easy time
disposing of Sherman A. Conrad
of Toledo, Ohio, 5 and 4, needing
two-over-par over the 6,296-yard
Cedar Crest course to do it. Par
is 68.
But the major feature of Tues-
day's second round that trimmed
the field to 64 players was Law-
rence Robertson of Minneapolis,
who shot 3-under-par in lashing
Vernon Smith of Galveston, Tex.,
3 and 2. Robertson, 38-year-old real
estate man, won his first round,
match by the same score and shot
even-par then.
Wilting Weather
It was a day of sub-par golf
with the play about as hotas the
weather-104 degrees. Jimmy Wil-
bert of San Francisco started
things off with a 1-under perform-
ance in beating Dick Smith of St.
Paul, 4 and 3. Then Lido Landi
of Sharp Park, Calif., was two
under in taking out Chester Lata-
wiec of Minneapolis 5 and 4.
Charles Ribelin, Dallas youth
who was on the Ohio State Uni-
versity golf team last year, carved
one underain smothering Shedric
E. McKain of Memphis, 6 and 4.
Richard Hayman, the jittery
young man from Detroit, was two
under as he swept by Howard E.
Whitman of San Francisco, 3 and
1.
Hayman birdied four of the last
nine holes and had a great 4-under-
par 31 on the back nine-thedlow-
est 9-hole round of the tournament
thus far.
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Earl's Boys 11, Pickups 3
Hinsdale 16, Tansey's Pansies 11
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