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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

(anks Drop 3-2 Decision to White Sox

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Hungarian
Sets 1,500
Meter Mark
Adds Record to Two
Other World Marks
HELINSKL (A:)-Sandor Iharos
of Hungary, slim 22-year-old Army
lieutenant, yesterday broke the
world record for 1,500 meters be-
fore a frenzied crowd of 50,000 in
the Olympic Stadium in time that
was the equivalent of a mile in
3:58.
Iharos was timed for 1,50 in
3:40.8, one full second under the
world standard set last year by
John Landy of Australia. This
gave Iharos his third world record
in three months.
To Run in London
Iharos, who now holds the
world marks for 1,500 and 3,000
meters, and for two miles, will run
the mile in the Hungary-Britain
meet in London Aug. 12-13 in an
attempt to crack Landy's mark
of 3:58.
Yesterday's race was a duel be-
tween Iharos and his team-mate,
Istvan Rozsavoelgyi. The pace
scorching, Rozsavoelgyi took the
lead passing 400 meters in :56.9,
Iharos forged ahead at 600 meters
and passed 800 meters - the
equivalent of the half mile - in
the astounding time of 1:55.7.
Final I$urst of Speed
He was clocked in 2:26.2 for 1,000
meters, and in the final 300 he
Y put on a burst of speed that car-
ried him well ahead of his rival,
who finished in 3:42.8.
0. Vuorisala of Finland was
third in 3:46.2.
The 1,500 meter race measures
1,640 yards, 1 foot, 4 inches, and
experts figure that times for this
can be converted to the equivalent
in the mile by adding 17 or 18
seconds.
Sparkling World Marks
Iharos was timed for 1,500 in
world records: 1,500 meters -
3:40.8; 3,000 meters - 7:55.6; two
miles -- 8.33.4.
This is the second time Iharos
has smashed the world record for
1,500 meters. Last year he did
3:42.4, six-tenths of a second un-
der the mark, only to have Landy
push it down to 3:41.8.

Teams Tied for First
As AL Race Tightens Up'

By The Associated Press I
NEW YORK - Lefty Billy PierceE
struck out pinchhitter Jerry Cole-
man with the bases loaded and two
out in the ninth inning yesterday
to send Chicago back into first
place in the blazing American
League, two percentage points
ahead of New York, after a 3-2
victory over the Yankees.
Until the ninth, Connie John-
son, a 32-year-old righthander up
from Toronto, held the Yanks un-
der control. A single by Yogi Ber-
ra and Mickey Mantle's 22nd home
run suddenly narrowed his lead to
one run.
INDIANS 6, RED SOX 4
BOSTON - The defending
champion Cleveland Indians mov-
ed to within a game of the Ameri-
can League lead with a 6-4 tri-
umph over the fighting Boston
Red Sox featuring Al Rosen's two-
run homer and a critical strike-
out of Ted Williams by reliefer
Don Mossi.
The Indians helped tighten the
AL pennant picture while the
fourth place Red Sox remained
three behind.
TIGERS 7, ORIOLES 5
BALTIMORE - The Detroit Ti-
gers, fighting to get back into the
first division of the American Lea-
Hurler Signed
DETROIT (A') -- The Detroit
Tigers announced today they
have signed Richard Jones, an
18-year-old righthand pitcher
of Elizabeth, N. J., to a minor
league contract for 1956.
gue,' slapped down the Baltimore
Orioles 7-5 to take four out of
the five-game series.
Pitcher Frank Lary gained his
10th victory.
DODGERS 10, REDLEGS 2
CINCINNATI - Aidedby three
errors, a wild pitch and a passed
ball, the Brooklyn Dodgers made
their first nine hits good for nine
runs and they breezed to a 10-2
victory over the Cincinnati Red-
legs. I

BRAVES 4, PHILLIES 2
MILWAUKEE - The Milwau-
kee Braves made it three in a row
with a 4-2 win over the no long-
er torrid Philadelphia Phillies on
the six-hit pitching of Bob Buhl
and a 365-foot home run by Eddie
Mathews.
GIANTS 4, CUBS 1
CHICAGO - The New York Gi-
ants celebrated Manager Leo Du-
rocher's return to the helm by
handing the Cubs a 4-1 licking and
gained a split of the four game
series.
CARDINALS 4, PIRATES 1
ST. LOUIS-Right hander Wil-
lard Schmidt pitched brilliant
three-hit bal for eight innings,
then ran into Pirate uprising in
the ninth, but worked his way out
with just one run against him as
the St. Louis Cardinals took a 4-1
victory from Pittsburgh.

Oriole Officials
Meet With Frick
NEW YORK (3) - Baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick called
three officials of the Baltimore
Orioles to his office yesterday
for a meeting and refused to
announce what had been dis-
cussed.
"There is nothing to an-
nounce," said Frick through a
spokesman. "If anything does
develop, it will be announced
subsequently."
Paul Richards, Baltimore gen-
eral manage; Art Ehleers, as-
sistant to the general manager;
and Scout Jim Weaver attended
the meeting with Frick and
Charley Segar, secretary-treas-
urer of baseball.
Richards revealed Wednesday
night he had been called to New
York to discuss "the disabled list
and bonus players."
Baltimore has five bonus
players, who cannot be sent to
the minors for two years be-
cause they signed for more than
$4,000 bonus, but one of them,
Jim Pyburn, is on the disabled
list.

Complaints
Mar Davis
Cup Rivalry
By The Associated Press
A love-sick youth, a lame wrist,
an infected toe, a wrangle over the
condition of the courts and two
cases of nerves were being dis-
cussed with more intensity than
drop shots and lobs yesterday at
the 1955 Davis Cup competitions
approached continental climaxes.
Lew Hoad, hero of recent Aus-
tralian Davis Cup invasions, was
replaced in the singles in yester-
day's matches against Canada by
Rex Hartwig.
Wife Sent Home
Hoad has sulked ever since his
bride of six weeks was sent back
home from Lindon immediately
after the Wimbledon champion-
ships earlier this month.
The North American zone finals
at - Montreal also offered the in-
fected toe, property of Bob Bedard
of the Canadian team, and the
court wrangle in which Harry Hop-
man, captain of the Australians,
was the chief complainer.
I -La Wrist
Steffan Stockenberg, able Swed-
ish doubles player, has the lame
wrist and may not be able to play
against the Italians in Rome for
the European crown.
The two cases of nerves also be-
long to Rome combatants. One is
the property of Giuseppe Merlo,
who had to drop out of the recent
Wimbledon tourney because of agi-
tation, and the other belongs to
emperamental Lennart Bergelin of
the Swedes.
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North Dakota To Be Location
Of International Hockey Clinic

PERSONAL
AMERICA'S ONLY SPORTS WEEKLY -
Sports Illustrated. 17 weeks $2, 35
weeks $4. Special offer good only
through August. Call NO 3-8146. )2F
DON'T MISS OUT on special student
rates. Great savings on Time, Life,
Newsweek, many others. Call Student
Periodical Agency, NO 2-3061. )7F
TIRED OF eating out? Tired of your
own cooking? Good, home-cooked food
at 1319 Hill. Reasonable rates by the
week. Phone NO 2-6422, Mr. Wentz. )1S
HELP WANTED
PART TIME waitresses wanted for noon
hour only. Apply in person. 332 S.
)State. Mary Lee Candies. )10H
FOR SALE
SIAMESE-Seal pointe kittens with pa-
pers. Stud service. Call Peterson's NO
2-9020. )4B
SHORT SLEEVE Skip-Dents sport shirts.
$1.39, 2 for $2.50. Sanforized, assorted
colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
)15B
PIANO-unfinished pine furniture in-
cluding two dressers, desk, book case.
Also console sewing machine (White),
dining table. Call NO 3-1511 ext. 2921
before 5. NO 5-3186 evenings. )19B
GOLF CLUBS-good for beginning golf-
er. Call Thompson, NO 2-5180. )20B
PIANO-unfinished pine furniture in-
cluding two dressers, desk, book case.
Also modern couch and two rollaways,
dining table. Call NO 3-1511 ext. 2921
before 5, NO 5-3186 evenings. )19B
WANTED TO RENT
U.S. FOREIGN SERVICE officer and
family attending University 1955-56
year desires unfurnished two or pref-
erably three bedroom house beginning
Sept. 1. Contact R. Schott, 2120 North
Pierce St., Arlington, Virginia. )3L
FOR RENT
LARGE BASEMENT APT.-private en-
trance, unfurnished, stove and refrig-
erator provided. Call NO 2-0773. )8C
ROOMS FOR RENT
GRADUATE STUDENTS or foreign stu-
dents-a double room and one single.
If interested call NO 3-5746. )19D
AUGUST 13-SEPTEMBER 18 -- $15 per
week. Trigon Fraternity. NO 3-5806
)20D
MICHIGAN'S
ULTRA MODERN
SHOP
AIR CONDITIONED
6 BARBERS
Special Attention Given
Ladies' & Children's Hair Cutting

BUSINESS SERVICES
HI-Fl
Components and Service
Audiophone, net prices
TEL EFUN KEN
Hi-Fl, AM-FM shortwave radios
Service on all makes of
radios and phonographs
Ann Arbor Radio & TV
1217 S. University Phone NO 8-7942
1% blocks east of East Eng. )6J
WASHINGS -- and ironings separately.
Specializing in cotton dresses. Free
pick-up and delivery:. Phone. NO 2-
9020. )2J
BABY SITTER, day or evening. 50c per
hour. NO 2-9020. )8J
HAND KNITS by Lucie Marie-suits,
dresses, sweaters, stoles, sport sweat-
ers for men or women. Let me com-
plete your skirt or sweater in time for
foil wearing. Call NO 2-2745 for ap-
pointment. )12J
USED CARS
1955 CHEVROLET Station Wagon-Ra-
dio, heater, 7000 actual miles. Save
$600. The big lot across' from the
downtown carport. Huron Motor
Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588.
) 20N
1954 FORD 4-door-Black, radio, heater,
12000 miles. Sharp. The big lot across
from the downtown carport. Huron
Motor Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO
2-4588. )19N
1953 CHEVROLET 2 Door Bel-Aire--Ra-
dio, heater, 9000 actual miles. The big
lot across from the downtown carport.
Huron MotorSales, 222 W. Washing-
ton, NO 2-4588. )18N

USED CARS
'48 CADILLAC SEDAN-fully equipped.
$795. You get a better deal at Fitzger-
ald-Jordan, Inc., 607 Detroit St. NO
8-8141. )17N
1949 DE SOTO-4 door, new battery, new
valves, rebuilt motor in 1953, 4 tube-
less tires (1954). Call Mr. Yarman at 3-
8506 )22N
REAL ESTATE
HOTEL - 35 rooms, centrally located,
furnished, reasonable, terms. Ross
Real Estate, NO 2-7736 or NO 2-8137
evenings. )1R
TRANSPORTATION
TWO PEOPLE desire ride to Toronto
Aug. 6. Will share expenses-Call Ed,
3-8684. )7G
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U.S 112 n Saline Phone 31.
a bubbling high comedy by
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(from a Somerset Maugham story)
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GRAND FORKS, N. D.-Hockey
history will be made at the Uni-
versity of North Dakota here the
first two weeks in August when
the UND Athletic _ Department
sponsors the first ternational
Hockey clinic on the Si ux campus.
Sioux Athletic Dir ctor Glenn
(Red) Jarrett in announcing the
dates for the clinic, Aug. 1-13, re-
marked "this will be two weeks of
intensive hockey instruction by
Canada's best."
A four-star instruction staff has
been named for the first annual
clinic. Head of the school staff is
veteran hockey promoter George
Vogan of Moose Jaw, Sasketche-
wan. Vogan will supervise the en-
tire school.
Francis To Be Coach
Head coach for the school is
Emile Francis, widely-known
goalie of the Cleveland Barons and
formerly with the Chicago Black
Hawks and New Ybrk Rangers.
Francis has been named to various
honors in hockey, including all-
star goalie in the American Hockey
League last season.
Also slated for the staff are
Metro Prystai and Jack Wilkie. 1

Prystai, 28, has been the prop-
erty of the Detroit Red Wings and
Toronto Maple Leafs. The York-
ton, Sask. great, a protege of Vo-
gan, broke into the big time with
the Black Hawks in 1947 and was
traded to Detroit in 1950 and to
Toronto in 1954.
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PRESENTS

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w tit i'iuw.i rippeu in w omen' S
Western Amateur Golf Tournament

CHICAGO VP) -- The Western
junior champion, 17-year-old Anne
Quast of Everett, Wash., scored a
stunning upset yesterday of co-
medalist Wiffi Smith, St. Clair,
Mich., 2 and 1, in the heat-plagued
quarterfinal round of the Women's
Western Amateur Golf Tourna-
ment.
One-Sided Triumph
The other co-medalist, 29-year-
old Carol Diringer of Tiffin, Ohio,
turned in the most one-sided tri-
umph over the Olympia Fields
course with a 5 and 4 decision over
Mrs. Mae Murray Jones of South-
ern Pines, N. C.

In the two other matches, Seat-
tle's Pat Lesser conquered 20-year-
old Vernice Pico, surprise conten-
der from Galesburg, Ill.,3 and 1,
while in a "Dixie" match Mary
Patton Janssen of Charlottesville,
Va., defeated Mrs. Scott Probasco
of Chattanooga, Tenn., 4 and 2.
In today's semi-finals an all-
Washington state upper bracket
scrap is scheduled between Miss
Quast, who was three under par
for her 17 holes yesterday, and
Miss Lesser, who was a1952 semi-
finalist in this meet at Los An-
geles.

DIAL M FOR
MURDER
with
GRACE KELLY
RAY MILLAND
ROBERT COMMINGS
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:00 & 9:00
Sunday at 8:00 only

Yanks Recall Larsen From Denver;
Grim To Be Ready For Action Soon

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NEW YORK (M)-The New York
Yankees announced yesterday that
righthander Don Larsen would be
recalled from their Denver affili-
' ate of the American Assn. by Sun-
day night,
Larsen has a 9-1 record and has
hit seven home runs. He fanned 4
of the 6 men he faced as winning
pitcher in the American Assn. all-
star game last week.
The Yankees also announced
that iighthander Bob Grim may be
available for mound duty in about
two weeks.
An examination of his right el-

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bow by Dr. George E. Bennett at
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Balti-
more Wednesday revealed no evi-
dence of a bone or muscle injury.
Bennett recommended additional
rest and heat treatment.
Grim, a 20-game winner last
year, has been on the disabled list
since June 29th.
A player or players will have to
be dropped in any realignment of
Yankee personnel to include Grim
and-or Larsen. Veteran shortstop
Phil Rizzuto and Ed Lopat, 36-
year-old lefthander, are likely to
be given coaching status.

Major League Standings

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AMERICAN
W
Chicago ,...59
New York ..60
Cleveland .59
Boston .....57
Detroit .. . . 54
Kansas City 41;
Washington 341
Baltimore ..29I

LEAGUE
L Pet.
38 .608
39 .606
40 .596
42 .576
44 .551
58 .414
64 .347
68 .299

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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1
3
5'l
19
25 />
30

W
Brooklyn . .68
Milwaukee .55
New York ..53
Philadlphia 51
Chicago . . .48
St. Louis . .45
Cincinnati .42
Pittsburgh .38

L
32
44
48
52
54
51
56
63

Pct.
.680
.556
.525
.495
.471
,.469
.429
.376

GB
12
15
182
21
21
25
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PREVIEW
TONIGHT at 9
Come at 7 or 9 P.M.
"Seven Little Foys" shown
both before and after Preview

ANN ARBOR'S MOST-LISTENED-TO ORCHESTRA
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE?

TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at New York
(night) - Raschi (3-3) vs.
Ford (11-5). ,
Chicago at Washington
(night) 'Pierce (7-6) vs.
Abernathy (3-4).
Cleveland at Baltimore (night)
- Garcia (6-10) vs. Wight
(0'-2).
Detroit at Boston (night) -
Bunning (1-1) vs. Nixon (9-5).

TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at St. Louis (night)
- Podres (7-6) or Bessent
(3-0) vs. Jackson (5-7).
New York at Milwaukee
(night) - Antonelli (8-12)
vs. Crone (5-4).
Philadelphia at Chicago -
Simmons (7-6) vs. Jones (9-
14).
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Nuxhall (9-8).
(night - Law (7-4) vs.

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