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FRIDAY, IULY 8, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Chicago Tramj
Dropo Hits Grand Slam;
Braves Edge Cubs, 3-2
Pitchers Parade as Cardinals Nip Redlegs;
Mays Powers Two Homers in Giant Win

)les Fading Tigers, 12-1

IEISDS

Campanella Out
Of All-Star
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The
Brooklyn Dodgers announced
yesterday that Roy Campanella
definitely would not catch in
the All-Star game next Tues-.
day.
After an examination by doc-
tors in New York Thursday, it
was decided Campy would rest
for at least another week.
The All-Star catcher since
1949, Campanella hurt his left
knee June 21.

Five Americans Falter

PERSONAL

In British O
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland OP)-
Def ending champion Peter Thom-
son of Australia stroked home a
20-foot pressure putt on the 18th
green yesterday for a fast-finish-
ing 68 and a place among the
three frontdrunners in the British
Open Golf Championship.
The handsome Aussie moved
into a tie with Scotland's Eric
Brown and Wales' Denis Smalldon

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Tourney

SPECIAL1
12 wks.S
8146.

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Walt Dropo knocked
in five runs with a bases-loaded
home run and a single as the
Chicago White Sox smothered the
Detroit Tigers 12-1 yesterday.
Righthander Dick Donovan went
all the way for Chicago, scattering
five hits to post his 10th victody
against only two losses. He retired
Y the first nine batters in order, then
the last 10.
The White Sox collected 16 safe-
ties in gaining an even split in the
two-game series with the Tigers.
The big blow was Dropo's grand-
slammer in the sixth inning, high-
lighting a six-run explosion. It
i was Dropo's 10th homer of the
season and his second with the
bases loaded.
* * *
BRAVES 3, CUBS 2
,x CHICAGO - Battling back in
the seventh and eighth innings the
Milwaukee Braves managed to
# overcome a two-run deficit to edge
the Chicago Cubs, 3-2.
k Bobby Thompson's two-out sin-
gle in the eighth inning scored
Eddie Mathews with the winning
run as the Braves fought back.
Andy Pafko's pinch homer be-
hind a walk to Del Crandall with
two out in the seventh fashioned
' Maj or League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

a 2-2 deadlock. It was Pafko's
first homer of the year.
CARDINALS 9, REDLEGS 8
CINCINATTI - Bill Virdon's
seventh inning home run proved to
be the margin of victory Thursday
night as the St. Louis Cardinals
took a free-swinging 9-8 victory
over the Cincinnati Redlegs.
The Cards almost frittered the
game awayminthe seventh when
the Reds moved to within a run
and had the bases loaded when
Ted Kluszewski lined out to retire
the side.
* * *
GIANTS 8, PHILLIES 5 t
NEW YORK - Willie Mayst
slammed out two homeruns to add'
to the pair he garnered Wednesday
as the New York Giants rocketed
to an 8-5 victory over the Phila-
delphia Phillies.
The Giants collected 10 hits a-t
gainst four hurlers, half of them
for home runs. Besides Mays' pair,
giving him 10 in his last 10 games,
Alvin Dark, Hank Thompson and
rookie Gail Harris also sent drives
into the seats.
RED SOX 6, SENATORS 5 1
BOSTON - Boston's stormingt
Red Sox hung up their seventh
straight victory 6-5 over Washing-.
ton on decisive seventh-inning
singles by Jackie Jensen and Grady
Hatton and sharp ninth-inning re-
lief pitching by George Susce.
* * *
CLEVELAND 9, KANSAS CITY 1
KANSAS CITY - Larry Doby
hit a pair of homers in successive
times at bat as the Cleveland
Indiansasmothered the Kansas City
Athletics 9-1 on the six-hit pitch-
ing of Mike Garcia and Don Mossi.
The Indians broke loose after
lefty Art Ceccarelli had shackled
them with only one hit and shut
them out for six innings.
DODGERS 4, PIRATES 3
PITTSBURGH-The Pittsburgh
Pirates' ninth inning rally fell.
short as they lost a close 4-3
decision to the league-leading
Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Pirates had scored twice in
the ninth and had two men on
base when Billy Loes fanned Ro-
berto Clemente for the game-end-
ing out.
e ction in Mtodern eC'oln "
Hollywood
SNEAK
PREVIEW
TONIGHT 9 P.M.
In addition to our regular
show tonight, we will Pre-
view a new and long-await-I
ed smash hit!

NBA Upholds Pennsylvania's
Suspension of Drugged Boxer

after their rounds of 70 and 69 re-
spectively. Each had scored 139 in SIAMESE
36 holes.pesSt
I2-9020.
None of the five Americans in
the tournament now is regarded SHORT SL
as a serious contender for the No ironi
title. Store, 12
A bunker called "Hell" stopped I'M QUIT
Joe Conrad and he took a 76 for magazin
a 148. Another bunker almost as film $4.7
hellish on the same 14th hole Swanson
trapped Ed Furgol and he had an- er 5 P.M
other 76 for 147.
REMINGT4
Byron Nelson and Jimmy Mc- all kinds
a kinds
Hale played well until they reach- ago. Ver
ed the Old Course's big and roll- $95. Stud
ing greens. Then they had putting NO 2-920
troubles. Nelson had a 75 for 147 day.
and McHale a 76 for 148. EQUITY I
The only American to score any- room, fu
thing like a good round was John- wall car
ny Bulla of Pittsburgh who had 'Sp.1
a two under par 70 on this 6,-
936-yard par 36-36-72 course for,
a 145. ROOM FO
block fr
$5 per w
I-M SOFTBALL SCORES
Metallurgy defeated S t r a u s s
(forfeit)R
Greene 13; Hayden 4 R
Triangle 14, Phi Delta Phi 5
Hard Rocks 7, Phi Chi 1 D
BDA 7, Phi Rho Sigma 6
Hinsdale 18, Cooley 3

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Audiophile, net prices
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Hi-Fi, AM-FM shortwave radios
Service on all makes of
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heater, runs perfect. The big lot
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You get a better deal at Fitzgerald-
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Phone NO 8-7942

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (A) - Tony
Petronella, president of the Na-
tional Boxing Assn. said last night
the NBA will honor Pennsylvania's
suspension of boxer Harold John-
son.
The announcement came after
James A. Finnegan, secretary of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylva-
Annb ncnce Winner
In Airplane Derby
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (P) -
First money of $800 today went
to Mrs. Frances S. Bera of Los
Angeles and her sister, Mrs. Edna
Bower of Long Beach, Calif., win-
ners of the 2,800-mile ninth an-
nual Powder Puff Derby from
Long Beach to Springfield.
Mrs. Bera, flying a Cessna 180,
was the fifth entrant to cross the
finish line here late Monday. She
formerly operated a flying school
at Marshall, Mich.

Inia, said he felt certain the NBA
would honor the six month sus-
pension and that states not in thet
NBA "will go along with the Penn-I
sylvania ruling."
Ruling Complimented
Petronella said the Pennsylva-1
nia commission "did a fine job un-
der trying conditions and should
be complimented on its handling
of the case."
Johnson was suspended Wednes-
day- night in a 19-page report of
the Pennsylvania State Athletic
Commission covering findings on
the May 6 Philadelphia bout be-
tween Johnson and Julio Mede-
ros.
Failed to Report Illness
The commission found John- I
son "acted against the best in-
terests of boxing" by failing to
report that he was ill prior to the
nationally televised bout._
The commission ruled Johnson
was drugged. He was unable to
answer the bell for the third
round.

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New York .. 52
Cleveland .. 48
Chicago ... 45
Boston .... 46
Detroit ... 39
Kansas City 34
Washington 26
Baltimore . 22

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TODAY'S GAMES
xCleveland at Chicago (night),
Lemoix (11-6) vs. Pierce (5-5).
Kansas City at Detroit (night)-
Portocarrero (2-3) vs. Hoeft
New York at Washington
(night) -- Turley (10-7) vs.
McDermott (6-7).
Baltimore at Boston (night)--
Pillette (0-3) vs. Susce (3-3)
or Sullivan (11-6).

Sall eU.S. 112 in Saline
0 Saline MINI Theatre Phone Saline 31
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A romantic comedy by
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
& Donald Windham_
OPENS TUES.
FOR 2 WEEKS Phone Saline 31
Now Playing: THE FOURPOSTER"-Closes Sunday
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ANN ARBOR'S MOST-LISTENED-TO ORCHESTRA
( DI NCING TUES., FRI., AND SAT.

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Factory-fresh, sealed copies
Maria Callas sings Puccini Heroines

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The Rainbow Combo 1fin II

You must be 21

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Milwaukee . 42
Chicago ... 44
New York .. 40
} Cincinnati 36
St. Louis .. 36
Philadelphia 34
Pittsburgh . 28

LEAGUE
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24 .704
36 .538
38 .537
40 .500
39 .480
41 .468
45 .430
54 .341

GB
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132
16%/
182
191/
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291/

TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at New York (night)-
Newcombe (14-1) vs. Maglie
(9-4).
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
(night)-Wehmeier (5-6) vs.
Surkoht (6-8).
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (2,
twi-night) -- Minarcin (4-5).
and Fowler (4-4) vs. Spahn
(6-8) and Burdette (6-4).
Chicago at St. Louis (night) --
Minner (7-3) vs. Wooldridge
(2-2) or Poholsky (2-3).

Featuring V. ,4W. Members
lovely MARY LOU . and Guests only
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to divulge title or
cast -- but you will
applaud when the title
is flashed on the
screen.
PREVIEW AT 9 P.M.
Regular show before
and after Preview
Come at'7 or 9 o'clock
and see both.
NO EXTRA CHARGE!
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ANN SHERIDAN
BILLIE BURKE
Friday at 7:00 and 9:00

Verdi Requiem
Schwarzkopf, DiStefano, Siepi, cond. DeSabota
Von Karajan conducts:
Brahms: Symphony No. 1
Beethoven Symphony No. 3 "Eroica"
Beethoven Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral"
Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra
Debussy: La Mer & Rapsodie Espagnole (Ravel)'
Handel: Water Music & Nutcracker Suite
(Tchaikovsky)
Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik & Sinfonia
Concertante in E-flat
Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 "Pathetique"
Puccini: Tosca (complete)
Maria Callas, DiStefano, Gobbi, cond. DeSabata
Verdi: La-Forza del Destino
Maria Callas, Tucker, Rossi-Lemeni, cond. Serafin
Mascagni: Cavalleria Rustiena
Callas, Di Stefano, La Scala Ork., Cond. Serafin
Bach: Mass in B Minor
Schwarzkopf, cond. Von Karajan
David Oistrakh plays:
Frank: Sonata in A
Bruch: Concerto No. I in G
Prokofiev: Concerto No. 1 in D
Murder in the Cathedral
Old Vic Company
Importance of Being Ernest
Dame Edith Evans, Sir John Glielgud, and others
Elizabeth Schwarzkopf sings
Mozart Arias
Schubert Songs
Beethoven: String Quartets
Hungarian String Quartet
Walter Gieseking plays
Debussy: Images, 1 & 2
Pour le Piano
Estamples
Preludes, Book 1
Children's Corner Suite
Suite Berqamasque
Beethoven: Sonatas Pathetique & Moonlight
Appassionata & Waldstein
Faure: Requiem Mass cond. Cluytens
Rossini: L'Italiana in Algeri
Simonato, Valletti, La Scala Ork. & Chorus
Bach: Four Suites for Orchestra
Otto Klemperer conds. Philharmonia Ork,
Gregorian Chant, Christmas & Easter Liturgy
Menotti: Amelia goes to the Ball
La Scala Orch. & Chorus
Vivaldi: Four Concerti -
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Bellini: (Normma)
Callas, La Scala Orch. cond, Serafin
Mahler: Symphony No. 1
Israel Philharmonic, cond. Kletzki
Mahler: Symphony No. 9
Israel Philharmonic, with Schonbera. Verklarte

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