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TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Three Newcomers
Picked as Starters
CHICAGO ()America's baseball
fans-who cast a staggering rec-
ord of 6,562,064 ballots - liberally
sprinkled the American and 'Na-
tional League's lineups with new
faces in electing starters for the
22nd All-Star game at Milwaukee
July 12.
Final results of the voting which
started June 10 showed only five
repeaters in both leagues for start-
ing assignments-Ted Kluszewski
of the Cincinnati Redlegs; Duke
S n i d e r and Roy Campanella,
Brooklyn Dodgers; and Mickey
Mantle and Yogi Berra, New York
Yankees.
The -poll determines all starters
with the exception of the pitchers.
The All-Star managers, Leo Du-
rocher of the New York Giants
and Al Lopez of the Cleveland In-
4dians, must use the fans' selections
for at least the first three innings.
Thereafter, they may substitute at
will.
Al Kaline of Detroit, Ernie
Banks of the Chicago Cubs and
Jim Finigan of Kansas City will be
making their All=Star debuts.
r The starting lineups, including
batting averages through Sunday:
National-ib, Kluszewski, .324;
2b, Al Schoendienst, St. Louis,
.299; 3b, Ed Mathews, Milwaukee,
.288; ss, Banks, .302; lf, Del Ennis,
Philadelphia, .253; cf, Snider, .311;
rf, Mueller, .323; c, Campanella,
.335.
American - 1b, Mickey Vernon,
Washington, .281; 2b, Nellie Fox,
Chicago, .332; 3b, Finigan, .290;
ss, Harvey Kuenn, Detroit, .317;
If, Ted Williams, Boston, .380; cf,
Mantle, .303; rf Kaline, .376; c,
Berra, .286.
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Orioles Snap Losing Streak

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - Pinch hitter
Hal Naragon singled home the
winning run in the 15th inning
yesterday as the Cleveland In-
dians beat the Detroit Tigers 6-5
in the opener of a double header.
Detroit .....102002000000000-5
Cleveland . .000 101 021 000 001-6
* * *
INDIANS 8, TIGERS 5
CLEVELAND - Larry D o b y
pounded out two one-run homers
in the second contest as the
Cleveland Indians rallied to beat
the Detroit Tigers 8-5 in 96-de-
gree heat.
The victories moved the Indians
to within five games of the league-
leading New York Yankees who
lost a doubleheader Monday.
* * *
RED SOX 5-10, YANKEES 2-5
NEW YORK - The rampaging
Boston Red Sox swept a double-
header from the first-place New
York Yankees 5-2 and 10-5 with
Ted Williams hitting his 10th
home run and a double in the
opener and Norb Zauchin clubbing
his 17th homer with two on in
the after-piece.
In all, the Red Sox belted the
Yanks for three homers good for a
total of eight runs in the twin bill.
Jackie Jensen powered the other,
a grand slam belt inpthe third in-
ning of the nightcap.
'* * *
ORIOLES 6, SENATORS 2
BALTIMORE-Ray Moore's six-,
hit pitching and Willie Miranda's
tie breaking two-run single, gain-
ed Baltimore its first victory in
the last 14 American League starts
as the Orioles defeated Washing-
ton 6-2.
The win marked the first time
since June 15 that the Orioles
had been able to' amass more
than three runs in one game.
CARINALS 4-5, BRAVES 2-4
MILWAUKEE - The St. Louis
Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee
Braves 5-4 in the 10th inning of
the twilight half of a double-

header after taking the first game
4-2.
St. Louis was ahead 4-1 at the
bottom of the ninth when Jack
Dittmer singled for Milwaukee,
Del Crandall batted for Ernie
Johnson and slammed a home
run to tie it up.
* * *
REDLEGS 6-3, CUBS 3-4
CHICAGO - Gene Baker's
fifth-inning home run carried
Chicago to a 4-3 win over Cincin-
nati in the second game of a dou-
bleheader before 21,759 after the
Redlegs won the opener, 6-3, be-
hind Art Fowler's four-hit pitch-
ing.
* * *
WHITE SOX 8-3,
ATHLETICS 3-4
KANSAS CITY - The Kansas
City Athletics pushed across an
unearned tie-breaking run in the
eighth inning to down Chicago 4-
3 in the second game of a double-
header after the White Sox slam-
med 16 hits to take the opener
8-3.
The second-game defeat shoved
the White Sox down to third
place in the American League as
the Cleveland Indians moved into
second by sweeping a double head-
er from the Detroit Tigers.
PIRATES 4-3, GIANTS 3-5
PITTSBURGH - The N e w
York Giants and the Pittsburgh
Pirates split a doubleheader, the,
Giants taking the second game
5-3 on a two-run homer by Willie
Mays in the 11th inning.
The Giants dropped the first
game 4-3 when pitcher Paul Giel
forced home the winning run by
issuinga bases-loaded walk in the
ninth frame.
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DODGERS 11-6, PIRATES 2-3
PHILADELPHIA - The Nation-
al League leading Brooklyn Dodg-
ers unloaded their vaunted power
and buried the Philadelphia Phil-
lies twice 11-2 and 6-3 with an
attack that produced six home
runs, one triple and two doubles.
Pitcher Clem Labine earned
credit for the second game vic-
tory and helped his own cause
with a home run. Carl Furillo who
homered in the first game, hit an-
other, in the second contest.

Top Hitter
CLEVELAND (P)-The Cleve-
land Indians yesterday bought
outfielder Jim Dyck from their
farm club, the Indianapolis In-
dians of the American Associ-
ation. Dyck was the leading hit-
ter in the Association with a
.388 average, 17 homers and 57
runs-batted-in.
The 33 - year - old righthand
hitter fills the vacancy left in
the Tribe roster by the recent
sale of Dave Philley to the Bal-
timore Orioles.
Grandmother,
Nurse Win
Plane Derby
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (R) - A
former Air Force flight nurse and
a youthful grandmother led the
field to the finish line Monday in
the ninth transcontinental Powder
Puff Derby.
First to complete the 2, 800-mile
Barnes-Westfield A i r p o r t here
were Mrs. Isabelle McCrae of Lem-
on Grove, Calif., and her co-pilot,
Mrs. Betty McNeil of La Mesa,
Calif.
Because of the handicap system
that governs the race, the first
plane in is not necessarily the
winner, however. The handicap
system equalized speeds between
single and multi-engine planes of
varying horsepower. All must ar-
rive by Wednesday at 6 p.m., how-
ever, to be eligible for prizes.

Tops Batters
NEW YORK (f') - Amazing Al1
Kaline, in only his second full sea-
son with the Detroit Tigers,,
threatens to become the first ma-
jor leaguer to win baseball's triple
hitting crown since Ted Williams
turned the trick with Boston in#
1947.
The 20-year-old outfielder seems
well on his way to the American
League batting title with a league-
leading .376 average. He also has
forged ahead in the runs batted in
department with 61 and his 17
home runs is one less than New
York's Mickey Mantle, the leader
with 18.
40 Points Ahead
Kaline boosted his average 11
points last week on 15 hits in 32
at bats to pull 40 points in front of
Chicago's Nellie Fox, who is run-
nerup in the batting parade with
.332.
Figures include games through
1unday.
Fox held on tb second place and
Cleveland's Al Smith moved fromI
fourth to third at .322.
Ashburn Tops in National
Richie Ashburn of the Philadel-
phia Phils maintains his grip as,
the National League pacesetter
with a .352 average.
*Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn
Dodgers, sidelined with a knee in-
jury, holds down second with .335
and Milwaukee's Hank Aaron has.
vaulted into third at .327.
Kluszewski walloped three hom-
ers during the week to take over
the lead from Brooklyn's Duke
Snider with 26. Snider, however,
retains his RBI supremacy with
78.

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Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE

AMERICAN LEAGUE.

W L
Brooklyn ......55 22
Chicago .......44 36
Milwaukee .....40 36
Cincinnati ....35 37
New York .....37 40
St. Louis ......34 40
Philadelphia ...33 43
Pittsburgh .....37 51

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.486
.481
.459
.434
.346

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New York .....52
Cleveland .... .46
Chicago .....44
Boston .......44
Detroit ........38
Kansas City ...33
Washington ...26
Baltimore.....21

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Record Broken
In British Open
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (M)-A
stocky little Yorkshireman who
never has won a tournament of im-
portance climaxed a stream of rec-
ord-shattering performances yes-
terday in British Open qualifying
rounds when he shot the finest golf
ever seen in St. Andrews.
For more than 500 years, golf-
ers have been hacking away among
the dunes and gorse by the side
of St. Andrews Bay, but never be-
fore has any score been reported in
competitiveplay like they 63 shot
by Franke Jowle.
Played on New Course
The 43 - year - old professional
played the par 71, 6,526-yard New
Course, which is about a stroke or
a stroke and a half easier than
the more famous Old Course.
His superb round put him four
strokes ahead of the field of 270
golfers with one qualifying round
still to be played Tuesday. The
72-hole tournament proper starts
Wednesday.

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh (night)
- Antonelli (6-10) vs. Law
(4-3).
Brooklyn at .Philadelphia
(night) - Spooner (2-1) vs.
Roberts (11-7).
St. Louis at Cincinnati (night)
-Arroyo (9-3) vs. Staley
(5-5).

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Cleveland at Kansas C i t y
(night) -- Wynn (11-2) vs.
Shantz (4-6).
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