THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Split Decision Gives Victory
To Charles in Ten-Rounder
CHICAGO P) -Veteran Ezzard
} Charles, although knocked down
in the second round, came back
strongly for a split 10-round de-
cision over disappointed Paul An-
drews in Chicago Stadium -last
Andrews, a light heavyweight
from Buffalo, N. Y., trying to
campaign in the, heavyweight class
was rocked by a long Charles right
in the first round.
But in the second Paul shot a
short left, then a sharp, short right
that caught the former heavy-
weight king flush on the chin and
sent him to the canvas on his
Charles, 34, got up at the-eight-
count and weathered Andrews' fu-
rious left hooks and right upper-
NEW YORK (P) - The U.S.
Lawn Tennis Assn. said Wednes-
day the junior Davis Cup develop-
ment program would be contin-
ued although its originator, Jack
Kramer, has been discreetly fired.
The USLTA didn't say the lat-
ter. Kramer did.
"I was told I no longer was
CHICAGO (P} - Coach Tracy
Borah of Northeastern College
in Sterling, Colo., apparently
has given up recruiting athletes.
Borah is new advertising.
For the last five days he has
had the following signed plea
in the personal columns of the
"Wanted -- Football players
who want to obtain an educa-
tion in Colorado at a fully ac-
credited junior college."
Borah, a former Colorado A
& M football star who began
coaching at Northeastern last
year, says he has no answers
yet but pointed out there hasn't
been much time since the first
ad ran Saturday.
By Nashua in Workout
connected with the
the one time king of
said with a tinge of
"The action was not
afficially. I think they
keep it quiet."
World Record Beaten
CHICAGO ()P -- Nashua tuned
up yesterday for Saturday's $155,-
000 Arlington Classic with a five-
furlong workout which was two-
fifths of a second under the world
record for that distance.
Nashua's 56 3-5-second clocking
in a morning romp over five-
eighths of a mile at Arlington Park
was bad news to some half a dozen
rivals who may have the temerity
to tackle the superb runner in the
rich one-mile feature.
And jockey Eddie Arcaro, who
breezed Nashua yesterday and will
ride him Saturday, didn't make
them feel any better with the
comment that the Nasrullah colt
has surpassed his Kentucky Derby
form and is "getting better all the
Arcaro said he would have tried
to slow down Nashua if he knew
the horse was running as fast as
he was in the workout.
New York ..55
Cleveland . .50
Chicago ... .47
Kansas City 36
Campanella's .335 Leads NL;
AL Batters Topped by Kaline
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Weserve beer in steins and
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Salie Mill Theatre
U.S. 112 in Saline
- TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (night)
-Byrne (7-2) vs. Lemon
Boston at Detroit (2, twi-night)
-Susce (3-3) -Ind Delock
6(-4) vs. Lary (7-10)
and Maas (5-5).
Washington at Chicago (2,
twi-night) - Schmits
(5-5) and Pascual (2-7)
vs. Donovan (10-2) and
Baltimore at Kansas City (2,
twi-night - Wilson (6-
9) and Palica (2-7) vs.
Ceccarelli (2-5) and Dit-
k mar (5-5).
*a - -*
NEW YORK (M)-Roy Campa-
nella, after a 13-day layoff, found
his .335 batting average tops in
the National League.
The Brooklyn catcher, sidelined
with a knee injury, forged ahead
of league leader Richie Ashburn
of Philadelphia, who slipped 17
points last week to .327.
Kaline 45 Points Ahead
In the American League, De-
troit's brilliant outfielder Al Ka-
line held a 45-point margin over
runnerup Nellie Fox of Chicago.
Kaline could not be budged despite
a five-point loss during the week
to .371. Fox dropped from .335 to
Ashburn, in his worst slump of
the season, has collected only 5
hits in 34 at bats to tumble from
.352 to .327. Milwaukee's Hank
Aaron is in third place with .322.
Duke Snider of Brooklyn leads
in runs batted in with 89.
Cincinnati's T e d Kluszewski
leads in the National League home
run derby with 29.
21 Homers for Mantle
The Yankees' Mickey Mantle
leads the American with 21, two
ahead of Kaline. Jackie Jensen of
Boston took over the league lead
in RBI's from Kaline with 71. Ka-
line trails with 67.
Jim Konstanty of New York was
still tops in American League
pitching percentages with a 6-0
record for 1.000. Cleveland's Herb
Score added 11 strikeouts to hold
his league leading mark at 137.
Don Newcombe of Brooklyn re-
mained the pacesetter in the sen-
ior circuit with 14-1 and a .933
percentage. Sam Jones of Chi-
cago maintained his strikeout lead
I-M SOFTBALL SCORES
Willow Run Huskies 8, Old
Psychology 'A' 8, Chemistry 'A' 3
University Hospital 14, Bob's
Chemistry 'B' 14, Psychology
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New York ..42
St. Louis 38,
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43 .463 19
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St. Louis at Brooklyn (night)
--Jackson (4-5) vs. Podres
Chicago at New York (night)
-Rush (5-5) vs. Gomez
Milwaukee at Philadelphia
(night) - Buhl (6-7) vs.
Roberts (13-7) or Weh.-
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
(night) - Collum (7-3)
' ~vs. Shukout (7-9).
(NL) 5, Detroit
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