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THE MICHIGAN IIAILV

PAGE THREE

THIJUMDAY, JUNE 30, 15

TrabertlDowns Patty in Net Semis

Major League Standings

CLASSIFIEDS

Unseeded Dane Pulls Upset
To Also Enter Final Round

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WIMBLEDON, England (P) --
Tony Trabert and Kurt Nielsen-
the top seeded and the unseeded-
reached the high point of amateur
tennis yesterday, the Wimbledon
finals, when they decisively won
their semifinal matches on the
historic center court.
Trabert, the clean-cut all-Amer-
ican kid from Cincinnati whipped
fellow American Budge Patty in
straight sets 8-6, 6-2, 6-2.
Man-About Town
The elegant, man-about-town
Patty, who went down hitting fine
shots, lived in Los Angeles before
he moved to Paris four years ago.
Denmark's Nielsen scored the
upset of the tournament when he
dropped Ken Rosewall of Aus-
tralia 11-9, 6-2, 2-6, 6-4. Rosewall
was seeded second while Nielsen
wasn't seeded at all in this tour-
nament which ranks as the world
championships.
Davis Cup Possibility
Patty has been offered the in-
side track to a place on the U.S.
Davis Cup team if he will par-
ticipate in American competitions
this year.
In his first set against Trabert
'W'ednesday he played superlative

Campy Injured
BROOKLYN (AP) - T h e
Brooklyn Dodgers last night
announced catcher Roy Cam-
panella probably will be lost
to the club until shortly after
the All-Star game July 12.
A club spokesman said a
spur on a bone atop the left
knee had broken off and was
causing Campanella pain.

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tennis and lost only on the nar-
rowest of margins.
Rosewall got himself too far
into the hole when he dropped the
marathon 11-9 opening set. He
netted volleys repeatedly, some-
thing he seldom does.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
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New York .....40 24 .675
Chicago.......42 26 .617
Cleveland .....42 30 .583
Detroit ........37 31 .546
Boston ........39 34 .534
Kansas City ...28 41 .405
Washington ...24 46 .342
Baltimore .....20 50 .285

In All--Star Poll
CHICAGO-C/P)-Three Nation-
al League and one American Lea-
gue changes in leadership develop-
ed in yesterday's balloting for the
starting lineups in the All Star
baseball game at Milwaukee July
12.
In the American League, short-
stop Harvey Kuenn of the Tigers
moved ahead of Chicago's Chico
Carrasquel.
Third baseman Ed Mathews and
shortstop Johnny Logan of the
Braves and first baseman Ted
Kluszewski of the Redlegs were
the new National League paceset-

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New York .....34
Cincinnati .....32
St. Louis ......31
Philadelphia ...32
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 9-7, Baltimore 2-3
Detroit 8, Chicago 2
Boston 7, Washington 5
Kansas City 12, Cleveland 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Washington-Brewer
(5-7) vs. McDermott (6-6).
Detroit at Chicago-Gromek (7-
4) vs. Fornieles (5-2).
Only games scheduled.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Brooklyn 1
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3
St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 5
Milwaukee 14, Chicago 1
.TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Brooklyn-Hearn
(7-8) vs. Newcombe (13-1).
Chicago at Milwaukee-Hacker
(8-5) vs. Conley (9-5).
Only games scheduled.

Smith Decisions Carter
For Lightweight Crown

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BOSTON (R)-Relentless Wal-
lace (Bud) Smith, the determinedt
challenger from Cincinnati, bat-l
tered Champion Jimmy Carter toc
lift his lightweight title on a split
decision in a bloody battle last.
night at Boston Garden
Smith came strong in the late
rounds to take Carter's cham-
pionship away from him, the third
time he has lost it in a career
which includes 11 title bouts.eIt
was Carter's eighth defense.
Carter Battered
Carter, known as a ski led and
elusive artisan of the ring, was
tired and bleeding in the final five
rounds-a much easier target for
Smith's damaging left hooks than
usual.
Judge John Glynn scored the
fight for Carter 144 points to 143
for Smith. Judge Joe Heirty had
it 145-144 for Smith and Referee
Mel Manning had Smith winning
147-140. The AP card called it
144-143 for Smith.
Scoring Rules
The Massachusetts State Box-
ing Commission scoring system
calls for the winner of each round
to get 10 points and the loser nine
or less.

times in the fight but none were I ters.

knock downs. Carter pushed him
down in the 15th and Smith twice
slipped in earlier rounds.

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Phi Chi Vs. Triangle
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Carter made a valiant effort to
pull the fight out in the last
round as he reopened a cut over
Smith's left eye which drenched
the entire side of the new cham-
pion's face.
Smith went to the canvas three

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