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THE MICHIGAN MATEY

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YALE THREM

PGA Championship Tourney Starts Tomorrow

C LASSIFIEDS

Harbert Rated Favorite
In Field of142 Golfers

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DTROIT (r) -- Defending
champion Chick Harbert, who will
have the advantage of playing on
his own course, heads a field of
142 professionals for the 37th an-
nual PGA Golf Tournament - a
seven-day endurance test which
starts tomorrow at the Meadow-
brook Country Club.
* The. '40-year-old Harbert might
even be tabbed as the favorite in
this blue ribbon event, for he not
only is familiar with the secrets
of Meadowbrook's 6,750 yards, but.
he is a fierce match play com-
petitor as well,
Xndurance Needed.
The final five days of the tour-
nament is match play - 36 holes
a day in man-to-man combat in
which stamina is considered just
as important as shotmaking.
The first two days are set aMide
for qualifying, 18 holes a day, with
the low 63 scorers joining Harbert
for the start of match play Friday.
A power slugger who has mas-
tered'the game's finer shots, Har-
'bert ended ,his PGA "jinx" last,
Sear, taking the title with a ,re
sounding 4 and 3 victory over his
friend, Wally Burkemo, another
great match play. veteran -from
nearby Franklin, Mich.
Hogan Absent from Field
Practicaly every top qualified:
professional will compete in this

year's tournament. The big excep-
tion, of course, is Ben Hogan, who
limits his play to the U. S. Open,
Masters and a, few other select
tournaments.
But golf's.: other big names will
be on hand, including a dozen
former PGA champions and the
present U. S. National Open king,
Jack Fleck of Davenport, Iowa.
In addition to Harbert, Turnes
and Burkemo, the former cham-
pions back for another try are
Sammy Snead, Chandler Harper,
Gene Sarazen, Johnny Revolta,
Olin Dutra, Henry Picard, Paul
Runyan, Denny Shute and Vic
Ghezzi.
Star-Filled Field
Among those trying for their
first PGA title are Cary Middle-
coff, Doug Ford, Lloyd Mangrum,
Tommy Bolt, Julius Boros, Jack
Burke, Jr., Pete Cooper, Shelley
Mayfield, Bob Toski, Fred Haw-
kins, Fred Haas, Ted Kroll, Mike
Turnesa, Jerry Barber, Dave
Douglas, E. J. Dutch Harrison,
Claude Harmon, Ed Furgol, George
Fazio, Ed Oliver, Robert De Vi-
cenzo, Marty Furgol, Johnny Pal-
mer and Lew Worsham.

Campanella
Strengthens
Batting Bid
NEW YORK (AP)-If Roy Camp-
anella can conquer his aches and
pains, he is in a position to be-
come the third catcher in modern
National League history to lead
the league in hitting.
The Brooklyn Dodgers' backstop
currently tops the league with a
.346 average and holds at 21-
point edge over his teammate Duke
Snider, runnerup at .325.
Snider Tops Two Departments
Snider heads the home run list
with 31 and has driven in the
most runs, 93.
Al Kaline, Detroit's young phe-
1hm, still is making a runaway of
the American League batting race.
The 20-year-old outfielder boasts
a .368 average despite a three-
point decline.
Mickey Mantle of the New York
Yankees failed to hit a home run
all week, but still leads in that
department with 21.
Boston's Jackie Jensen main-
tains his RBI supremacy with 73.

STAN MUSIAL, who couldn't get the ball out of the infield in three previous attempts, crosses
home plate after clouting the first pitch of the twelfth inning over the right field screen for
the home run which gave the National League a 6-5 victory in last week's All-Star game. Musial,
arrow, is greeted by jubilant teammates.

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Orioles Shut
Out White Sox,
On Two Hitter
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Jim Wilson shut
out the Chicago White Sox with
two hits yesterday to pitch the
Baltimore Orioles-to a 3-0 victory.
The loss snapped the Sox' seven-
game winning streak and dropped
them two games behind the lea-
gue-leading New York Yankees,
who were idle.
PHILLIES 8-2, CUBS 6-1
PHILADELPHIA - The homer-
happy Philadelphia Phillies whip-
ped the Chicago Cubs 2-1 as Roy
Smalley parked one in the upper
leftfield stands after Mary Blay-
lock singled in the fifth.
Before the regularly scheduled
game, the Phils came from behind
to take a suspended Sunday night-
cap game from the Cubs 8-6 with
Glen Borbous' three-run pinch
homer in the sixth inning doing
much of the damage.
REDLEGS 9, DODGERS 5
BROOKLYN - Cincinnati mix-
ed home runs and singles with the
relief pitching of Art Fowler to
beat the National League leading
Brooklyn Dodgers, 9-5.
Stan Palys hit a pair of homers
and Ted Kluszewski belted his 30th
of the season for the Redlegs.
GIANTS 6, BRAVES 5
NEW YORK-Bill Burton drop-
ped a long fly ball hit by Willie
Mays and two New York Giants
scored to give the defending world
champions a 6-5 victory over the
Milwaukee Braves.
* * *
SENATORS 6, ATHLETICS 3
KANSAS CITY -- Washington
easily defeated the Kansas City
Athletics, 6-3, giving the Senators
a sweep of the three-game series.

Chisox Make Strong Challenge
To Replace Yanks in AL Race

CHICAGO (MP - The Chicago
White Sox, who were first-place
tenants in the American League
standings for 24 hours June 19, are
gunning for the top spot again
and if they make it Manager
Marty Marion's men hope to stay
there.
The White Sox trailed manager
Casey Stengel's front-running New
York Yankees by only two games,
M~ajor League
! Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

after yesterdays 3-0 loss to tailend
Baltimore. The Chicagoans open a
three-game series with New York
Tuesday night - a series that
could make or break the pennant
chances of either team,
Even Stengel has remarked that
"those Indians, Red Sox and Ti-
gers are still in the race."
Red Sox Also Challenge
Following the Yanks, the thriv-
ing Boston Red Sox, only six games
off the pace in fourth place, move
into Cominskey Park Friday for a
four-game set.
And, while this warfare is going
on, third-place Cleveland, only
three games out of first, hosts
seventh-place Washington for
three games and Baltimore's faint-
warbling Orioles for four.
Marion Explains Upswing
Marion says there's a good rea-
son for the recent upswing of his
team.
"The All-Star game break gave
a number of our players who
weren't named to the squad a
much-needed vacation which help-
ed us all a lot," Marion opined.

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New York . .56 33 .629
Chicago ....53 34 .609
Cleveland ..53 36 .596
Boston .....50 39 .562
Detroit ....45 41 .523
Kansas City 36 52 .409
Washington 30 57 .345
Baltimore ..27 58 .318
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