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Kaline Tops
Balloting
cnu For Ali-Star
,,le .CHICAGO (')-A1 Kaline, base-
ig- ball's top-ranking hitter, Monday
ec- became the individual leader in
drd the All Star poll.
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Kaline, who plays right field for
the Detroit Tigers and holds the
h highest batting average in the ma-
lost jor leagues with .379, has gathered
s28. 92,776 votes.
his Campanella Second
on Roy Campanella, B r o o k ly n
ev- catcher, is second in individual
hits vote totals with 90,323. Yogi Ber-
ra, New York catcher, stands third
ers with 89,506.
me The fans are voting for the play-
ted ers they want to start the annual
key game between National and Amer-
er- ican League squads. The game will
et- be July 12 in Milwaukee.
tBI Pitchers will be selected by the
en- respective coaches and are not in-
cluded in the voting.

Extensive Summer
Moore Favored To Defeat Sw
Olson in Light-Heavy Fight Of

I-M Program Planne
imming, Golf, Softball Head List
Sports Open to Students, Faculty

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NEW YORK (P)-Odds favor-4
ing Archie Moore over Bobo Olson
edged to 2-1 yesterday as the light
heavyweight champion predicted
he would weigh 174/8 at the
weigh-in for tomorrow's defense
against the middleweight king.
Moore boxed two rounds at his
Summit, N.J., camp and indi-
cated he may box two more today,
the day before his most impor-
tant fight.
Olson Appears Unconcerned
Olson shadow boxed, laughing
and joking as he turned up on
the light bag at his Asbury Park,
N.J., camp in his final workout.
Te 15-round match at the Polo
Grounds will be televis i nation-
ally +ABC). There will be a net-
work radio broadcast (ABC).
Jim Norris, president of the In-
ternational Boxing Club, said he
would aeet with Al Weill, man-
ager of heavyweight champion
Rocky Marciano, two or three

days after the fight to arrange a
September bout for Marciano.
He said a Moore match would
be very desirable, if Archie won
decisively. However, he also
claimed he would be interested in
I-M Info
Persons planning to enter
intra-mural tournaments or
leagues should appear in per-
son at the Sports Building of-
fice or phone NOrmandy 3-
4181 (new phone number).
The Sports Building will be
open 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on
weekdays and till noon on Sat-
urdays for recreational ac-
tivities.
an Olson-Marciano match if Bobo
"looked real good."
Although reports from his camp
indicated Moore might be under
the light heavy limit of 175
pounds, he still refused to get on
the scales in public.

Softball, golf, and swimming
head the extensive list of activi-
ties planned by the Intra-mural
Sports department for the sum-
mer session.
Competitive play is being ar-
ranged in both leagues and indi-
vidual tournaments. Included in
the leagues are softball, volley-
ball and basketball. Individual
tournaments are being organized
for golf, handball, paddleball, and
horseshoes.
Students and faculty members
interested in entering either the
leagues or tournaments are urged
to do so immediately. Deadlines
for entry are: softball-Monday,
June 27; basketball -- Thursday,
Jufe 23; all tournaments-Satur-
day, June 25.
The golf tournament will be or-
ganized into "flights" according
to ability thus insuring more
equal competition. Last summer's
34 entrants were arranged into
four of these flights.
A big swimming program has

also been announced. The Sports
Building pool will be open for
general student swimming from
2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Mondays
through Fridays and from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m. on Saturdays. Faculty
swimming will be held from 11:30
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Mondays
through Fridays.
Starting June 24 a co-recrea-
tion will be held every Friday eve-
ning fiom 7:30 to 10:00 p.m. At
this time the facilities of the
Sports Building will be open to
both men and women students
and to faculty members. Sports
offered at this time include swim-
ming, basketball, volleyball, hand-
ball, paddleball, squash, codeball,
badminton, and gymnastics.
Eaddy Signs
With Chicago
Don Eaddy, Michigan's slugging
third-baseman for the past four
seasons, has signed a contract with
the National League Chicago Cubs.
He will be optioned to Des Moines
in the Class A Western League.
Eaddy, who has been tailed by
big league scouts for the last'two
seasons, led Michigan batters for
the past spring with an average
of .324.

The Michigan Union 1l001 wilt
be open every day from 11:00 a.m.
to 7:30 p.m. while both the regu-
lar 18 hole University golf course
and the nine hole "yellow" (par
three) course will be available
from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on
week days and from 7:00 a.m. to
8:00 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays
and holidays.
There will be a charge of rf-
teen cents for use of the pool
while the golf fee is one dollar
Bronco Fielders
Sign With orioles
KALAMAZOO, Mieh-(A)--Out-
fielders Bill LaJoie and Al Nagel
of Western Michigan College sign-
ed contracts today with the Balti-
more Orioles.
LaJoie, of Detroit, will be as.
signed to the San Antonio AA Tex-
es League team. Nagel,. of Mar-
shall, Mich., will be assigned to a,
farm club later this week.
Gary Graham of Flint, Western
Michigan left-handed pitcher, has.
been signed by the Philadelphia
Phillies. He will report to the
Reedville, N.C., Class B Carolina
league team.
The Broncos were runnerup in
the NCAA National Tournament.

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Boston .....31,
Kansas City .,..24
Washington ...23
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St. Louis ......25 33 .431 19
Pittsburgh...2 41 .339 25
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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