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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGN

hillies Rally in Ninth

To

Repulse Cubs, 6-4

Girl Golfers
Meet Final
Held Today
CHICAGO (-) -- Co-medalist
Carol Diringer of Tiffin, Ohio, and
Pat Lesser of Seattle will meet' t-
day for the championship of the
Women's Western Amateur Golf
Meet.
In an all Washington State
semi-final, 21-year-old Miss Les-
ser - crushed 17-year-old Anne
Quast of Everett, 5 and 4. Miss
Deringer, 29, rallied to defeat
Mary Patton Jansen of Charlottes-
ville, Va., 4 and 3.
36-Hole Final
Miss Deringer, who is making
her 10th Western Amateur ap-
pearance, and Miss Lesser, play-
ing her sixth Western Amateur,
will meet over 36 holes for the ti-
tle at Olympia Fields. Neither has
won before.
Miss Deringer, a secretary at
Mid Pines, N.C., golf club, had
her best previous luck in the West-
ern Amateur when she lost to
Louise Suggs 9 and 8 in the 1947
nal.
Miss Lesser, a senior at Seattle
University and former Curtis Cup-
per, did her best in the 1952
Western Amateur when she lost
in the semi-finals to Mary Anne
Downey, 1 up.

AL'S Top Four Victorious;
Dodgers Edge Cards, 5-4

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - The Philadelphia
Phillies bagged their 15th win in
the last 19 games as they rallied
for four runs in the ninth inning
to hand a 6-4 kayo on the Chicago
Cubs before 4,271 patrons yester-
day.
In snapping a three game losing
skein, the Phillies compounded the
winning spurt on just two hits-
one of them Glen Gorbous' line
double over right fielder Bob
Speake's head.
* * *
WHITE SOX 5, SENATORS 2
WASHINGTON - The Chicago
White Sox broke loose for three
runs in the ninth inning to defeat
Washington, 5-2, and retain their
American League lead.
Virgil Trucks held the Sena-
tors to six hits to win his tenth
decision as the White Sox beat
Washington for the twelfth
straight time.
* * *
YANKEES 3, ATHLETICS 2
NEW YORK - Pinch-hitter Joe
Collins slashed a single through
the middle scoring Mickey Mantle
in the eighth inning to enable the
New York Yankees to edge the
Kansas City A's 3-2.
The triumph kept the Yanks
just two percentage points behind
the Chicago White Sox in the
torrid American League pennant
race, .612 to .610.
Whitey Ford went all the way
for the Yanks.
INDIANS 7, ORIOLES 1
BALTIMORE - Former Oriole
Vic Wertz, with his first home run
in Memorial Stadium, and Hoot
Evers helped bat the Cleveland
Indians to a 7-1 victory over Balti-
more as Mike Garcia scored his
first nine-inning pitching triumph
since June 24.
RED SOX 5, TIGERS 0
Boston - The pennant-hungry
Boston Red Sox remained within
three game of the top, cooling off
the fifth-place Detroit Tigers 5-0
behind the four-hit pitching of
Willard Nixon and Ted Williams'
17th home run
The victory, the Red Sox's 38th
Trabert Predicts
Davis Cup Sweep
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (P)-To-
ny Trabert, a onetime plodder
turned tennis killer, yesterdlay pre-
dicted a sweeping victory for the
United States in the Davis Cup
battles late next month.
"Let's assume we'll be playing
the Australians," the Wimbledon
champion said.."I see no reason we
shouldn't shellack them as badly
as we did at Sydney last year and
clinch the challenge round on the
rst two days.
"They never play as well here
as they do at home. And we have
the psychological edge of having
a friendly crowd. That's a big fac-
tor."

of their last 50 games, kept them
two games behind the third place
Cleveland Indians and boosted
its lead to 3%z games over the
Tigers..
DODGERS 5, CARDINALS 4
ST. LOUIS - Brooklyn's league
leading Dodgers climaxed a come-
from-behind performance to beat
the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-4, on a
two-out walk in the eighth inning
and a run-scoring double by Garl
Furillo.
* * *
BRAVES 5, GIANTS 2
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee
Braves tagged three New York
pitchers for 11 hits, including a
two-run triple by Eddie Mathews,
to beat the Giants 5-2 for their
fifth victory in a row before a
near capacity crowd of 40,492.
REDLEGS 16, PIRATES 5
CINCINNATI - Catcher Smoky
Burgess of the Cincinnati Redlegs
drove in nine runs with a grand
slam homer, two other four-bag-
gers and a single as the Reds
blasted the Pittsburgh Pirates 16-
5. He missed a 'fo irth home run
by inches as Roberto Clemente
backed up against the right field
screen to pull down a long drive.

Olson-Robinson
Match Doubtful
NEW YORK (P)-The Carl
"Bobo" Olson-Sugar Ray Rob-
inson middleweight title match,
proposed for Chicago, Friday,
Nov. 4, has run into a snag and
Charles Humez of France may
get the shot at Olson's crown.
Harry Markson, managing
director of thesInternational
Boxing Club, yesterday sent a
cable to Humez to see if he
would be available for the No-
vember date at Chicago.

NEW YORK (P) - Ford Frick,
commissioner of baseball, cracked
down yesterday on what he called
the abuse of the disabled list
among the major league clubs and
ordered that henceforth such ap-
plications must be accompanied
Eby a doctor's certificate.
The commissioner said the list
was intended to care for players
hurt in the line of duty and "was

Leaky Optimistic About Irish;
Predicts Fine Michigan Team

NEW YORK (M)-This used to
be the start of the moaning season
for Frank Leahy, the time of year
when he dolefully would predict
dire consequences for his p'or lit-
tle lads at Notre Dame if they
dared face the football teams they
were scheduled to meet the com-
ing fall.
Leahy is out of football now, so
he can speak without handcuffs
and consequently he is viewing the
Irish prospects for 1955 with op-
timism, if not downright enthusi-
asm.
To Have TV Show
To say "the master" is out of

Four Top Jockeys To Contend
In $160,000 Arlington Race

. .. ..

CHICAGO (P)-Sixteen of the
nation's best thoroughbreds will
battle it out today in the $160,000
Arlington Handicap.
The nation's top jockeys will be
aboard some of them.
Willie Shoemaker and Willie
Hartack, in a tight battle for 1955
riding honors, and two able vet-
Walker Signs
DETROIT (A') - The Detroit
Lions announced yesterday
halfback Doak Walker had
agreed to terms and would play
football.
The former All-America from
Southern Methodist University
told the Lions this season would
be his last in football.
erans of stake competition, Eddie
Arcaro and Eric Guerin, have
mounts in the mile and three-
sixteenths turf course event.
High Gun Favored
Although top weighted at 130
pounds and new to the turf, King
Ranch's High Gun, the 4-year-old
son of Heliopolis, was the early

Frick Sets Regulations
On Use of Disabled List

favorite at 2-1. Arcaro will be the
rider.
Shoemaker will be up on Hasty
Farm's Mister Black while Hartack
has the assignment to handle
Brookmeade Stable's County Clare.
Guerin will come in to guide Al-
fred G. Vanderbilt's Social Out-
cast, recent victor in the $100,000
Sunset Handicap at Hollywood
Park and quoted at 5-1..
With 16 starters the handicap
will have a gross value of $162,-
600 with the winner's share top-
ping $100,000.
Cardinals To Hold
Michigan Tryouts
DETROIT (P) - The St. Louis
Cardinals of the National League
will hold three tryouts for young
Michigan baseball players next
month.N
Detroit area players between 17
and 23 will be given trials at
Monroe, Aug. 1-2.
Other camps will be set up at
Port Huron, Aug. 4-5, and Battle
Creek, Aug. 8-9.

football may not be quite correct.
He's going to have a weekly TV
show this fall on which he'll give
forecasts on games, as well as
films of previous games between
the teams of games he is forecast-
ing, and instructions on tactics.
Anyway, the former Notre Dame
coach says the alumni of that
school will be quite proud of the
eleven Terry Brennan will put on
the field.
. Confident of Brennan
"I have more confidence in
Brennan than I had in myself,"
he says diffidently, "and somehow
the Notre Dame players look big-
ger and stronger and better than
when I was coaching there.
"I think Brennan met and
passed the test after they lost to
Purdue last fall. The way he
brought the team on after that,
improving with every game show-
ed real ability.
"The Notre Dame spirit always
is high; it's a hard team to beat."
Notre Dame isn't the only team
he believes will be a potent force
this fall.
"Michigan-Outstanding"
"Michigan," he said emphati-
cally.. "I think Michigan will be
outstanding, surprising a lot of
people. It has spirit, and coaching,
and has the winning tradition.
Also good material.
"There were a few years when
Michigan State was getting the
best material.
"Oklahoma could come up with
one of the really great teams. I
think Bud Wilkinson will go down
in history as one of the 10 or 15
all-time great coaches.
"Another team I think will have
a good year is Georgia . . . I also
believe that UCLA and USC will
be the best on the West Coast."

not then and never intended to
be used as a method of juggling
the player limit."
Stipulations Set
Under the new edict, clubs be-
fore putting a player on the dis-
abled list must get certification
from a doctor and also must show
that the injury occurred during
play.
The commissioner also tighten-
ed regulations on bonus players'
on the disabled list, saying the
time spent on the list will not
count toward the two years re-
quired before the player can be
sent down to lower classification.
No Club Named
Prick did not specify any club
by name in his communique to all
major league teams.
He conferred Thursday with
Paul Richards, Baltimore general
manager.
Baltimore _has five bonus play-
ers who cannot be sent to the
minors for two years. One of
them, Jim Pyburn, is on the dis-
abled list.
Bonus Babies Disabled
Cleveland recently put its first
bonus player, infielder Kenny
Kuhn, on the disabled list. Earlier
in the season Brooklyn did like-
wise with Sandy Koufax, a bonus
pitcher.
Each club is allowed a maximum
of two players on the disabled list
for a 30-day period. They do hot
count against the 25-player limit.
'Olympic .Ball
Squad Picked
Next Sparing
NEW YORK (A) - The U.S.
Olympic basketball squad in the
1956 games at Melbourne likely
will be picked following a four-
team tourney next April.
Col. Harry D. Henshel, chair-
man of the U.S. Olympic basket-
b a 11 committee, recommended
that plan to the U.S. Olympic
executive board Thursday. The
board, which meets in September,
rarely rejects a suggestion made
by such a committee.
The AAU national championship
team and the runner up team, the
NCAA champion and the winning
five in the armed forces tourna-
ment will make up the Olympic
field.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W
Chicago ...60
New York .61
Cleveland .60
Boston .. ..58
Detroit ... . 54
Kansas City 41
Washington 34
Baltimore .29

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39
40
42
45
59
65
69

Pct. GB
.612 --
.610 -
.600 1
.580 3
.545 6%/
.410 .20
.343 261/
.296 31

TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Washington -
Pierce (7-6) vs. Porterfield
(8-13).
Cleveland at Baltimore --
Score (9-9) vs. Wilson (7-
11).
Detroit at Boston - Birrer
(2-1) vs. Susce (5-4).
Kansas City at New York --
Portocarrero (2-5) vs.
Kucks (7-4).

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Brooklyn ..69 32 .683 --
Milwaukee 56 44 .560 12%/
New York .53 49 .520 162
Philadlphia 52 52 .500 18
Chicago .. .48 55 .466 22
St. Louis . .45 52 .464 22
Cincinnati .43 56 .434 25
Pittsburgh .39 64 .372 311/z
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati -
Friend (7-5) vs. Collum
(8-5).
New York at Milwaukee -
Maglie (9-4) vs. Nichols
(6-5).
Philadelphia at Chicago -
Simmons (7-6) vs. bavis
(5-5).
Brooklyn at St. Louis -
(night) - Newcombe (17-
1) vs. Poholsky (4-5).

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Tickets are available' at the theatre
box office from 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$1.50-$1:10-75c.
Sailing Club Regatta at Base Line
Lake. First race 10:00 a.m. sharp,
with skippers meeting at 9:30. Need all
available members out early to help
rig boats and run off races. Cars
leaving North End of Womens League
Sat. at 8:00, 9:00 and 12:30. All drivers
who did not sign up for driving please
try to leave at the above times. Sun.
rides will be posted at the Lake. Lunch
will be available at the Lake for
everyone at a nominal cost. Each race
of each division will have two teams
from each school so there will be
plenty of opportunity for all eligible
skippers and crews to race.
Coming Events
Michigan Christian Fellowship. Sun.,
July 31, Lane Hall 4:00 p.m. Lecture -
"Apologetics and the Christian Wit-
ness," the Rev. Morton Smith, Professor
of Bible at Belhaven College, Mississippi.
Graduate Outing Club meets every
Sun.at 2:00 p.m. at the North entrance
to Rackham. Wear old clothes, bring
a bathing suit.
Westminister Student Fellowship

supper with Geneva Fellowship, 5:45
p.m., Sun., July 31, at the Presbyterian
Church. Discussion at 7:00 p.m. led by
Merle Smith.
Congregational-Disciples Guild. Tues.
Aug. 2, 43:0-5:45 p.m., Tea at the
Guild House, 524 Thompson Street.

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