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Y, AUGUST 6, 1955

THE MICHIGAN .DA4LV

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Y, AUGUST 6, 1955 TIlE MiCIIGAN DAILY

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[hree Teams Tied for
In Torrid AL Penma
Tans Stop Detroit on Iterra's Blast;
Irioles Edge Chisox on Error in 11th
By The Associated Press
IEW YORK - Yogi Berra's Kansas City's 5-2 victory over pen- Terwilliger was beaned by Joh
'th career home run boosted the nant-contending Boston. ny Klippstein's fast ball in t
w York Yankees into a virtual Tom Gorman walked into a d i
ee-way tie for first place in the bases-loaded, none-out situation secon inning.
- and --tuck American League in the eighth inning to save Vic P*I*C * L
e last night with a 3-0 victory Raschi's fourth victory against PHILLIES 7, CARDINALS 4
r the Detroit Tigers. three defeats. ST. LOUIS - The Philadelph
the big belt, Berra's 19th of the * * * Phillies took advantage of fo
son, came with two men on CUBS 10, DODGERS 8 walks and an error to score thr
;e in the fourth inning and the CHICAGO - The Ch iC decisive runs in the eighth inni

Lead
nt Race

Course Record Barely
Missed in All-American

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Bronco Coach
Former M' Star
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (A) -
Paul White, University of Mich-
igan football star in the 40s, was
signed yesterday as an assistant
football coach at Western Mich-
igan College.
White, a 1947 Michigan grad-
uate and halfback-captain of
the 1943 Wolverine grid squad,
formed a potent combination
during his college football days
with a brother, J. T. White.
Since 1950, he has been as-
sistant football coach at the
University of Connecticut.

CHICAGO MA~-Peter Thomson,
25, reigning British Open cham-
pion from Melbourne Asa,rtul
pion from Melbourne, Australia,
ripped seven strokes off Tam O'
Shanter's par for a 65 and a half-
way lead of two strokes in the
$25,000 All-American golf tourney
yesterday.
Thomson's great round left him
eight under par for 36 holes.
Thomson, who opened with a 71
Thursday, fashioned a sizzling 31-
34 round against Tam's 36-36-72
as he just missed the $10,000 re-
ward for breaking the course rec-
ord of 63, held by Lloyd Mangrum.
Ford Tied for Second
Two strokes behind at the 36-
hole mark in the quest for the $3,-
420 first prize were 1956 National
PGA champion Doug Ford and Al
Mengert, runnerup in the 1952
National Amateur ,each with 138.

set back the league-leading Brook-
lyn Dodgers 10-8, with both teams
blasting a total of 29 hits, includ-
ing seven home runs.
Duke Snider of the Dodgers got
two home runs to lead the major
league home run race with 38. Er-
nie Banks, Cub shortstop who was
tied with Snider before the game
at 36 circuit blows each, got one.
Eddie Miksis, Dee Fondy of the
Cubs, and the Dodger's Pee Wee
Reese and Gil Hodges also hom-
ered.
PIRATES 8, BRAVES 5
MILWAUKEE - The lowly, but
lively Pittsburgh Pirates scored
five runs against Milwaukee in the
first inning and then outlasted the
Braves, 8-5.
Dick Hall a converted outfield-
er, won his third game of the sea-
son although he wasn't around at
the finish. He held the Braves to
three hits through the first six in-
nings.
GIANTS 12, REDLEGS 9
CINCINNATI - The New York
Giants scored in four clusters of
threes Friday night to beat the
Cincinnati Redlegs 12-9 but the
Giants lost another second base-
man, Wayne Terwilliger, at least
temporarily.

and defeat the St. Louis Cardi-
nals in the opener of a three-game
series, 7-4.

,

Two Italian
Colleges Seek
U.S. Cagers#
LAWRENCE, Kan. (A) - Any
oasketball players want an ath-
letic scholarship in an Italian
iniversity?
Forest C. "Phog" Allen, vet-
.ran coach of the University of
Kansas, said yesterday he had an .;:
appeal from Franco Guenzi, sec-
retary of the Rotary Club at Ven-
%zia, Italy, for two cagers.
Guenzi said they could enroll at
3ither the University of Venice or
University of Padova. The offer.
was standard-board, room, books'
md tuition.
Infielder Quits
ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP)-Davey
Williams, second base key to the,
1954 champion New York Giants,
is quitting baseball because of a
back ailment.

Ford and Mengert each banged his
second straight 69.
The field was whacked to 80
players for the final two rounds,
today and tomorrow, with 147 be-
ing the qualifying limit.
This knocked out, among others,
1955 U.S. Open champion Jack
Fleck, who had a second-round 72
for a 149. Others brushed aside in-
cluded Chandler Harper, Pete Coo-
per and Johnny Palmer.
Bogey Ruins Near-Record
Thomson's chances for grabbing
the $10,000 for a new course rec-
ord exploded when he took a one-
over-par five on the 375-yard 17th.
He hooked his drive behind a
cluster of pine trees, cutting off
the hole. His second shot went into
a trap at the side of the green and,
after getting on in three, Thomson
missed a 10-footer by inches.
A four-way tie developed for
fourth at 139, three strokes off the
pace, among Mike Fetchick, Lake
Mahopac, N.Y., who fired a 34-34-:
68; Gardner Dickson Jr.. Panama
City Beach. Fla., with 33-36-69;
Wally Urich, Rochester, Minn., 37-
34-71, and Fred Hawkins, St. An-
drews, Ill., 33-36-69.
Patty Berg 7 Ahead
The chase for the $1,000 top
prize in the concurrent $5,000 All-
American women's pro tourney
found Patty Berg moving into a
7-stroke lead with a second-round
71, one under men's par, for a half-
way total of 146. Tied for second at
153 were Betty Jameson, Mary
Lena Faulk and Louise Suggs.
College All-Stars
Edge Chicago, 9-6
EVANSTON, Ill. ()-The' Col-
lege All-Stars edged the Chicago
Cardinals of the National Football
League 9-6 in a game-type scrim-
mage at Northwestern University
yesterday.
No extra points, punts or kick-
offs were used in the drill designed
to prime the collegians for the
22nd All-Star game with the Cleve-
land Browns at Soldier Field in
Chicago Aug. 12j

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Read Daily Classifieds

YOGI BERRA
. 200th homer

Yanks up from third place into a
neck and neck standing with Chi-
cago and Cleveland, both of whom
lost-
Berra's blast placed him with
r Bill Dickey, Gaggy Hartnett and
Roy Campanella as the only catch-
ers to hit 200 or more homers in
the majors.
s S *
ORIOLES 2, WHITE SOX 1
BALTIMORE - Reliefer Millard
Howell fumbled a slow roller with
the bases loaded in the 11th in-
ning to permit a run to score and
Baltimore to defeat league-leading
Chicago 2-1 in a pitcher's duel.
Chicago's Harry Byrd and Bal-
timore's Jim Wilson had locked in
a sterling pitching duel for 10 /2
innings.
In the bottom of the 11th, lead-
off batter Gus Triandos doubled
and Hal Brown was sent in to run
for him. Dave Pope was intention-
ally walked.
Howell then replaced Byrd and
both runners advanced on Hal
Smith's grounder. Freddie Marsh
also drew an intentional pass,
loading the bases.
Willie Miranda topped a low roll-
er to the mound and Howell fum-
bled the ball for an error, permit-
ting Brown to score from third
with the winning run.
SENATORS 7, INDIANS 5
WASHINGTON - Washington
A scored five quick runs off Sal Mag-
lie, New York Giants' castoff mak-
ing his American League debut,
and staved off a ninth-inning ral-
ly to defeat Cleveland 7-5.
The Indians scored all their
runs in the ninth.
ATHLETICS 5, RED SOX 2
BOSTON - Gus Zernial batter-
ed the Red Sox with his 22nd and
23rd home runs and a double in

T un ney Rates Dempsey Tops
in Heavyweight Ring History

I- -

JAMES
in THE
IMAN
FROM
LARAMIE
Topping even his great
portrayals in i
"The Glenn Miller Story"
and "Rear Window!"
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ROME (A') - Former world
heavyweight champion Gene Tun-
aey rates Rocky Marciano as a
"great fighter," but he still says
Jack Dempsey was "the best of
them all."
Nor is he greatly impressed by
the present crop of challengers to
arciano.
"I haven't seen anything out-
standing among the new heavy-
weights," he said.
Whipped Dempsey Twice
The only man to whip Jack
Dempsey twice, once after the fa-
mous 1927 Chicago "long count,"
is 57 now, but looks 10 years
younger. Ruddy, erect and ener-
getic, Tunney is here with his
family, sightseeing.
He was married in Rome to
Polly Lauder in 1928, a year after
he defeated Dempsey before 105,-
)00 people at Soldier Field.
Presented Gold Watch
Tunney proudly. displayed a
;old wrist watch sent to him just
before he left by the sponsors of
the Chicago Shriner's Hospital
for Crippled Children.
He and Dempsey appeared in a
benefit show at Soldier Field re-
cently.
"There was a miniature ring

set up and Jack and I were in the
corners like it was on the night
of the fight 28 years ago," Tunney
said.
Fought Cautiously
"We were both cautious when
the bell rang, just like it was the
first time," he laughed.
"The band started playing a
slow waltz," Tunney smilingly re-
called, "and Jack said 'let's
waltz,' We waltzed. Everyone en-
joyed it."
Diehard Dempsey fans say to
this day that "Tunney smilingly
waltzed to the title" when he de-
fended it against Dempsey in Chi-
cago. He won it from Dempsey
Sept. 23, 1926, in Philadelphia.

AMERICAN BASKETBALL PLAYERS, such as these skilled col-
legians, are being sought by two Italian colleges, the University of
Venice and the University of Padova, in an unusual move. Accep-
ted applicants will be given scholarships which include board,
room, books, and tuition.
Indianapolis Speedway Seeks
Organization To Replace AAA

The FINEST in
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INDIANAPOLIS MP) - The In-
dianapolis Motor Speedway . an-
nounced yesterday plans for a
meeting here Wednesday as a first
step toward formation of a new
organization to replace the Amer-
ican Automobile Assn. contest
board for the supervision of auto
racing.
The AAA announced this week

USGA National Junior Golf Tourney
Assured All-New Semifinal Field

that it will not sanction auto races
after this year.
Speedway officials said Wednes-
day's meeting, scheduled for 1
p.m. (EST) at the State Board of
Health auditoruim, will be open
to "everyone affected by the re-
cent decision of the AAA."'
Speedway owner Tony Hulman
Jr. said no attempt will be made
to extend a personal invitation to
anyone but added, "We expect a
representative turn-out from ev-
ery section of the country."
"Racing is sure to continue as
it has for the last 54 years," he
said, "and we are hopeful that a
new organization will be formed
which will enhance the future of
competitive racing for everyone."

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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (P) - Allen
Geiberger of Santa Barbara,
Calif., runnerup in the 1954 USGA
National Junior Golf touranment,
lost in the quarterfinal round of
the 1955 tourney yesterday to Dick
Foote of Santa Ana, Calif., 2 to 1,
Geiberger's defeat assured an
all-new semifinal field this morn-
.ng.
Foote will play William Dunn of
Duncan, Okla., in the upper brack-

et, and Phil Rodgers of San Diego
will meet Ralph Seanor of Bakers-
field in an all-California lower
bracket match.
Foote and Geiberger arrived 20
minutes late for their match, by
agreement, and both were penal-
ized, the match starting all even
on the third hole.
Dunn, the only non-California
survivor, shot the best golf of the
day.

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Major League Standings

Starting
SUNDAY

AML

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Cool Comfort

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W
Chicago ... 63
Cleveland .. 64
New York .. 64
* Boston .... 62
Detroit .... 57
Kansas City 45
4 Washington .37
Baltimore . 34

L
42
43
.43
.45
49
63
69
72

Pct.
.600
.598.
.598
.579
.538
.417
,.349
.321

GB
2
6%/
191/
261/2
291/

NATIONAL
W
Brooklyn .. 74
Milwaukee . 58
New York . 58
Philadelphia 55
Chicago ... 54
Cincinnati . 50
St. Louis .. 46
Pittsburgh . 41

LEAGUE
L Pct.
34, .685
49 .542
51 .532
58 .487
58 .482
58 .463
58 .442
70 .369

GB
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16
21%/
22
24
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Chicago at Baltimore - Harsh-
man (7-6) vs. Moore (6-8).
Cleveland at Washington-Hout-
teman (8-4) vs. McDermott
(6-8) or Pascual (2-9).
Detroit at New York-Hoeft (10-
5) vs. Wiesler (0-2).
Kansas City at Boston-Porto-
carrero (3-5) vs. Susce (5-5).

TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Chicago-Loes (9-3)
vs. Minner (8-5).
New York at Cincinnati-Liddle
(6-3) vs. Fowler (6-7).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (night)
-Dickson (8-8) vs. Haddix
(8-10).
Pittsburgh at M il w a u k e e -
Friend (7-6) vs. Buhl (8-7).

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