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V ITTT.V'l MAN

THE MICHIGAM DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Boone's Clout Wins for

Tigers

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Sweep Chicago Series;
Dodgers Win in Eleventh

No Co-Rec Night
The regularly scheduled co-
recreation night will not be held
this evening due to the holiday
weekend.
It willdresume again as usual
next Friday.

Two Upsets

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Ray Boone's two-
run homer in the eighth nullified
a two-run circuit blast by Minnie
Minoso in the sixth to give the
Detroit Tigers a 4-3 victory and a
three-game sweep over the Chi-
cago White Sox yesterday.
Steve Gromek twirled seven-hit
ball as the second-place Pale Hose
dropped 51/2 games behind the
idle first-place New York Yankees.
Boone drove across three of De-
troit's 'four runs, chipping in a
one-run single in a two-run Ti-
ger first.,
Harvey Kuenn doubled and Bill
Tuttle followed with a triple to
lead off the game for the Tigers
against Sox starter Mike Fornie-
les.
Two were out in the Tiger
eighth when Boone homered to
score behind Al Kaline, who had
singled.
DODGERS 6, GIANTS 5
BROOKLYN - George Shuba's
pinch single scored Carl Furillo
from second base in the 11th in-
ning to give Brooklyn a 6-5 edge
over the New York Giants after
coming from behind three times.
The loss dumped the Giants into
fifth place, 182 games behind the
Dodgers.
Willie Mays appeared to have
sunk the Dodgers when he ho-
mered with a man on in the 10th
inning but the Brooks scrambled
back for two runs and a 5-5 tie.
Don Newcombe, knocked out of
the box in the eighth inning, was
saved from his second defeat when
the Dodgers rallied to tie the
score at 3-3 in the ninth.
Hlaj'or League,
Standings

SENATORS 3, RED SOX 2
WASHINGTON - The Wash-
ington Senators staved off a
ninth-inning threat by Boston to
squeeze out a 3-2 victory over the
Red Sox and end a three-game
losing streak.
Extra base hits by Clint Court-
ney, Johnny Groth and Mickey
Vinon set up the Senators' win-
ning margin.
Ted Abernathy got credit for
his first major league victory but
needed relief in the ninth.
Reliefer Frank Shea's ninth-in-
ning strikeout of Norm Azuahin
with the bases loaded staved off
the Boston rally.
* * *
BRAVES 7, CUBS 4
MILWAUKEE-Four un-earned
runs in the eighth inning, be-
cause of Ransom Jackson's wild
throw, gave the Milwaukee Braves
a 7-4 victory over the Chicago
Cubs and second place in the Na-
tional League.
The Cubs who had occupied sec-
ond spot in the league, dropped
half a game behind the Braves.
They held a 4-3 lead in the
eighth inning when Jackson, Cub
third baseman, threw wild to first
on lead off batter Johnny Logan's
grounder.
Pitcher Hal Jeffcoat got the
next two batters but the Braves
caught fire then.

Richards In
Decathlon
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. (A)-
Although two top performers have
dropped out of the 37th AAU na-
tional decathlon that starts at
Wabash College today it still will
have plenty of talent.
The field of 35 will include the
Rev. Bob Richards of Long Beach,
Calif., who won last year's meet
and also was the 1951 winner.
Richards was expected to face
stiff opposition from Rafer John-
son of UCLA, the winner last
month of a west coast decathlon
in which he set a world decathlon
record of 7,983 points.
Johnson Withdrawn
But Johnson has withdrawn,
saying he has had enough com-
petition for this season.
Also missing will be Indiana
University's Milt Campbell, the
1953 champion. Campbell ex-
plained he hadi't had time to
get into proper condition.
The sprints, broad jump, high
jump and shot put are on today's
program.

Occur in Net
Semi.Finals
WIMBLEDON, England (R) -
B e v e r 1 y Baker Fleitz played
smashing tennis with both hands
to defeat Doris Hart at Wimble-
don yesterday in the biggest up-
set in women's tennis this year.
Ambidextrous Beverly of Santa
Monica, Calif., defeated her vet-
eran opponent from Coral Gables,
Fla., in the semifinals 6-3, 6-0.
This defeat of the top-seeded
woman player followed an equal-
ly stunning upset of America's Da-
vis Cup doubles team in the semi-
finals.
Seixas, Trabert Defeated
First-seeded Tony Trabert of
Cincinnati and Vic Seixas of
Philadelphia lost a loosely played
match to one of Australia's dou-
bles teams, Ken Rosewall and
Neale Fraser.
The victory for Mrs. Fleitz set
up an all-California women's fi-
nal to be played tomorrow.
Miss Brough Reaches Finals
In the companion piece Louise
Brough of Beverly Hills - three
times a Wimbledon champion-
defeated the darling of the 69th
Wimbledon, Darlene Hard of Long
Beach, Calif., 6-3, 8-6.
The victory of Rosewall and
Fraser assured an all-Australian
men's doubles final. Second-seeded
Lew Hoad and Rex Hartwig filled
the other final bracket, beating
Mervyn Rose and George Wor-
thington 7-9, 6-4, 6-4, 2-6, 6-1.
Trabert meets Kurt Nielsen of
Denmark Friday for the biggest
thing in tennis--the men's singles
title of Wimbledon. Trabert is the
overwhelming favorite to win.
I-M SOFTBALL SCORES
Hinsdale 11, Greene 3
Hayden 9, Strauss 7
- Triangle 7, Phi Chi 3
Hard Rocks 10, Phi Rho Sigma
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American, Russian Oarsmen
Dominate Rowing Regatta

AMERICAN LEAGUE
4 ~W L Pct.
New York .....50 24 .676
Chicago .......42 27 .609
Cleveland .....42 30 .583
Detroit ........38 31 .551
Boston .......39 35 .527
Kansas City ...28 41 .406
Washington ...25 46 .352
Baltimore .....20 50 .286

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 4, Chicago 3
Washington 3, Boston 2
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at New York-Mc-
Dermott (6-6) vs. Ford (9-3).
Boston at Baltimore (night) -
Brewer (5-7) vs. Wilson (5-8).
Chicago at Cleveland (night)-
Pierce (5-4) vs. Wynn (10-2).
Detroit at Kansas City (2, twi-
night) - Garver (5-8) and
Birrer (1-0) vs. Boyer (3-1)
and Herbert (1-6).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Brooklyn ......52 19 .732 -
Milwaukee .....39 32 .549 13
Chicago .......40 34 .541 13%/
Cincinnati .....32 35 .478 18
New York .....34 38 .472 18 /
St. Louis ......31 37 .456 191/
Philadelphia ..32 39 .451 20
Pittsburgh .....23 49 .319 292
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 6, New York 5
Milwaukee 7, Chicago 4
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn - Law
(3-3 vs. Podres (7-4).
New York at Philadelphia -
Antonelli (6-9) vs. Roberts
(10-7).
Milwaukee at Cincinnati -
Buhl (5-5) vs. Staley (5-5).
St. Louis at Chicago-Arroyo
(9-2) vs. Rush (5-4).

HENLEY-ON-THAMES, E n g.
(/P)--American and Russian oars-
men took charge of the Royal
Henley Regatta yesterday, turn-
ing the races into a carnival of
foreigners.
Four American eights -- the
Pennsylvania light and heavy
crews, the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology and Dartmouth
swept aside challengers in their
various heats.
The Russians scored heat vic-
tories in everything they entered.
Win in Borrowed Scull
Woman Entered
In Roughest Race'
SIENA, Italy (A)--For the first
time in four centuries a woman
rider has entered the roughest
horse race on earth.
It's the historic Palio of Siena.
The riding is bareback. The jock-
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and the din and damage are
terrific.
The winning nag usually snorts
in alone, its rider kicked or club-
bed off along the way.
Undaunted by all this is an
emerald-eyed daughter of Sicily,
23-year-old Lulli Caliva, as pretty
as a Titian portrait and as nervy
as they come.
As Lulli sees it: "Almost any
Sicilian girl should be as tough as
those boys up north in Siena."

The Russians even pulled an au-
dacious trick,* the Karsnoe Zna-
mia Club winning a hard fought
opening heat in the. difficult
Grand Challenge Cup event with
a borrowed boat.
They had been so upset by the
late arrival of theirfour boats
because of a dock strike in Brit-
ain that they withdrew from the
whole show.
But they re-entered when their
boats were finally delivered late
Wednesday night. Then, at the
last moment, they decided not to
use their own shells for eight
anyway.
Edge Jesus College
With a boat borrowed from Or-
iel College, Oxford, they scored a
nip and tuck victory over Jesus
College, Cambridge, in a time of 7
minutes, 1 second over the one
mile, 550 yard stretch of the
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