WEDNESDAY, JULY" 21,1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, 3ULY 21, 1954 TflE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THIIEI
'Little Mo' Seriously Injured;
Unable To Defend Net Crown
Indians Tie Red Sox in 16
Innings; Hold Slim Margin
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (A-Tennis
q u e e n Maureen Connolly was
crushed against a big cement truck
while riding her horse here Tues-
day and so seriously injured that
doctors said she would be unable
to defend her U. S. Women's crown
at Forest Hills, N. Y., next month.
Surgery and x-rays determined
that the small bone in her lower
right leg was broken and that
FIRST PLACE PLAYOFFS
Chemistry 'A' 5, Phi Delta Phi 3
x Earl's Boys 8, Green House 1
Pickups 9, PhiChi 8
Psychology 'A' 3, Hinsdale
THIRD PLACE PLAYOFFS.
P1 Lambda Phi 5, WRRC Jok-
muscles and tendons of the calf
were damaged by a deep gash.
This definitely ended her hope
for winning the U. S. championship
for the fourth straight time.
She will hardly be able to get
DO YOU KNOW that Casey Sten-
gel, present manager of the New
York Yankees, is the only man-
ager to win five straight league
pennants and lose four All-Star
around, doctors said, by the start
of the tournament, Aug. 28.
"Little Mo," who will be 20
Sept. 17, was wheeled into surgery
within an hour after reaching the
She was riding her thoroughbred
Merryboy on a road near Mission
Valley polo grounds when the mix-
in-transit cement truck came along
and her horse became frightened
and reared, pinning her leg against
Miss Connolly returned home
Monday after defending her Euro-
pean and English titles. She holds
most of the world's champion-
... game winner
Giles Suspends and Fines
Stan-y; Forfeit Upheld1
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ST.LOUIS () --Eddie Stanky,
fiery manager of the St. Louis
Cardinals, Tuesday drew a five-
day suspension for his stalling
tactics in a game Sunday against
the Philadelphia Phils which erupt-
ed into a general free-for-all.
The Cardinals ,manager also was
fined $100 after a special hearing
in St. Louis by Warren Giles, pres-
ident of the National -League.
Manager Terry Moore of the
Phils, was in the midst of the
fighting, came off scot free in
Giles' ruling. During the hearing,
it was brought out, Moore said he
raced onto the field in an effort to
Giles also upheld forfeiture to
the Phils by Umpire Babe Pinelli
of the riotous second game of the
doubleheader here because of
stalling by Stanky.
"We will not condone unreason-
able delays in games." Giles said
in a statement.
Yvars, Torgeson Suspended
Catcher Sal Yvars of the Cardi-
nals and first baseman Earl Torg-
son, the first to exchange blows
Sunday in an uprising that in-
volved Stanky and Moore as well
as most of the players, also drew
Yvars was suspended for three
days and Torgeson for two.
Stanky later publicly apologized
for his actions Sunday.
"I know I have embarrassed and
hurt St. Louis people, baseball na-
tionally, my reputation as a base-
ball man. . . and owe them all a
public apology," he said.
Stanky said his wife and friends
had been telling him there was a
difference between being a player
and a manager.
President Giles said both Yvars
and Torgeson were guilty "but
Yvars, by droppinghis glove and
mask, ready to fight, contributed
to a delay of the game which al-
ready had been delayed too
All of the suspensions were ef-
The Cardinals announced that
Coach John Riddle will be in
charge of the club during Stanky's
suspension, which continues
Pitcher Ellis Deal of the Cardi-
nals, who had been suspended tem-
porarily with Stanky, Yvars and
Torgeson p e n d i n g the hearing
Tuesday, escaped further action.
The Sunday brawl broke out in
the first half of the fifth inning
of the second game. Stanky down-
ed Moore, whom he fired as a
Cardinal coach in 1952, with a
tackle around the neck as players
of the two clubs pummeled and
wrestled each other.
Giles said a misunderstanding
of league rules by the Cardinals
was a factor in the forfeit of the
game. The Cardinals understood
the lights could not be turned on
because the game had started after
6 p.m. Giles said that under a
new league rule the lights could
have been turned on.
Darkness was fast approaching
shortly after peace was restored
and Stanky was calling in a third
pitcher in the fifth when Pinelli
declared the 9-0 forfeit. The Cardi-
nals were behind 8-1 and Stanky
apparently was hoping darkness
would force the game to be called
before five innings were com-
pleted and the game counted.
CINCINNATI (R)-The Cincin-
nati Redlegs defense sagged twice
in the 13th inning yesterday and
the New York Giants pushed over
the run that gave them a 2-1
victory. A single, two errors, and
Whitey Lockman's long fly ac-
counted for the winning tally.
Lockman's fly scored Joe Ama-
Ifitino from third. Amalfitino had
gone in to run for Bobby Hofman
after Hofman had singled and gone
to second on Jim Greengrass' er-
ror. He moved to third when
Rocky Bridges booted Johnny An-
The victory gave the Giants a
seven-game lead over the second-
place Brooklyn Dodgers, who lost
Tuesday to the Chicago Cubs 3-2.
Antonelli, pitching all the way
for the Giants, racked up his 14th
triumph of the season as against
only two defeats and he struck out
10 Redlegs in the process.
The only run he allowed was a
fifth - inning homer by Ted Klus-
* * /*s
BOSTON (Wednesday) (R) - The
Cleveland Indians retained a slim
four percentage point American
League lead by tying the Boston
Red Sox, 5-5, in a pulsating 4 hour,
26 minute, 16-inning battle called
at 12:57 a.m. (EDT) Wednesday
due to the league curfew law.
Lefthanded reliefer Dom Mossi
of the Indians pitched three-hit
shutout ball over the left sevens
innigs to hold the tie after Cleve-
land's Bobby Avila hit a two-out,
two-run homer in the ninth inning
to deadlock the issue.
The game, which will have to
be replayed, was called under a
loop ruling which says no inning
can begin after 12:50 a.m.
Boston got brilliant relief work
from Ellis Kinder and Sid Hudson
who gave up but one safety in
the extra innings.
* * *
NEW YORK (R - The New
York Yankees put on a fine de-
fensive display to back up an ex-
DETROIT (R-The Detroit Red
Wings will announce their new
coach Wedsneday, and it likely will
be 37-year-old Jim Skinner, the
original choice to replace Tommy
Skinner arrived in Detroit Mon-
day to huddle with Jack Adams,
general manager of the Red
Ivan left Detroit to become gen-
eral manager of the Chicago Black
... wins nitecap
cellent clutch pitching perfor-
mance by'Whitey Ford Wednesday
night as they whipped the Chicago
White Sox 4-1.
* * *
ST.LOUIS UR) -- Bunching their
runs in the first inning - two of
them on Ray Jablonski's triple-
the St. Louis Cardinals backed up
Harvey Haddix's hurling for a 4-2
victory Wednesday night over the
Philadelphia Phils Gerry Staley
had to put down a ninth-inning
Phillie threat, however, to protect
Haddix's 14th triumph this year.
PHILADELPHIA (M -- Harvey
Kuenn hit a double and a grand
slam homer as the Detroit Tigers
scored 9 runs in the first inning,
then coasted to a 12-0 win over
the Philadelphia Athletics Wednes-
day night in the opener of a twi-
nighter. The Tigers came from be-
hind to win the nightcap 4-3, scor-
ing three runs in the eighth - two
of them on Bill Tuttle's homer.
* * *
WASHINGTON (R)-Roy Sievers
blasted his 15th home run and Ed-
die Yost slammed a bases-loaded
triple as Washington routed Joe
Coleman and breezed to a 9-1 vic-
tory over Baltimore Tuesday night
behind the eight-hit pitching of
The Senators erupted for four
runs in the second inning, when
Ed FitzGerald and Johnny Pesky
both singled across two runs. They
staged another four-run inning in
the sixth on Sievers' homer and
Yost's three-run triple.
* * *
CHICAGO UR) -- Pitcher Jim
Hughes' fumble of a toss at first
base for the third out in the 10th
inning enabled Gene Baker, who
doubled, to score the winning run
as the Chicago Cubs defeated
Brooklyn 3-2 Tuesday.
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