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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TAREE

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1,1956 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T!UIEE

League

Leaders

Defeated

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CLASSIFIEDS

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Dodgers Down Braves, 3-2;
Redlegs Divide Twin Bill
By The Associataed Press
in the opener, while gaining his
JERSEY CITY-Jackie Robin- first major league complete game
son, returned to the Brooklyn and becoming the first Giant
lineup in a minor shakeup by pitcher to go all the way since
Manager Walt Alston, swatted a July 8.
two-run homer in the second in- * * *
ning, then singled in the tie-break-
ing run in the ninth last night Cubs Phils 4
as the Dodgers defeated the Na- PHILADELPHIA-Monte Irvin
tioasleDgeefeatedgthlwakeeNadrove in five runs with a home run,
tional League leading Milwaukee single and double as the Chicago'
BThes defeat leCubs defeated the Philadelphia
The defeat left Milwaukee with Philies, 9-4, last night.
only a two-game lead over the Chicago trailed 3-2 when it came
runnerup Cincinnati Redlegs, who to bat in the fifth. Dee Fondy
split a twi-night doubleheader with doubled and Walt Moryn walked.
the New York Giants. Brooklyn'sdubdadWatMyn akd.
Irvin then smashed his home run,
third-place world champions push- finishing starting Philadelphia
he Braves. within four games of pitcher Stu Miller.
Robinson's single, his third hit * * *
of the game, scored Peewee Reese, Cards 7, Pirates 0
who had singled to open the in- PITTSBURGH-Manager Bobby
ning against reliefer Dave Jolly Bragan benched slumping first
and then moved up to second on baseman Dale Long and shook up
Duke Snider's sacrifice. his lineup drastically, but it all
The Braves, who had whipped went for naught last night as the
the Dodgers seven straight times, St. Louis Cardinals clobbered the
had tied the count at 2-all in the skidding Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-0,
top of the ninth on Eddie Math- sending them down to their sixth
ews' 20th home run as Milwaukee traight defeat.
got rid of righthander Carl Er- Veteran Murry Dickson, who
skine. formerly pitched for the Pirates,
The only other Milwaukee run scattered five singles.
came in the second inning on Joe
Adcock's 24th homer. -
* * *
Giants 5-3, Redlegs 1-7
NEW YORK-Ray Jablonski's
three-run homer triggered a five-
run fifth inning as Cincinnati
bounced back to defeat New York,
7-3, last night after the last-place
Giants had ended the Redlegs'
five game winning streak, 5-1, in
the dfirstgame of a twi-night
doubleheader.
The Redlegs led 2-1 going into
the big fifth against lefthander
Dick Littlefield, jumping out front
on Roy McMillan's third homer
in the first inning following a lead-h
off single by Johnny Temple, who
had three hits for the night.
,lookie southpaw Joe Margoneri RAY JABLONSKI
allowed the Redlegs only five hits ... gives Redlegs split
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Hurt Pace-Setters

W nn Blanks Yanks, 5-0;
Tigers, Senators Cop Tilts

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By The Associataed Press
CLEVELAND - Knuckleballer
Early Wynn hurled a three-hit
shutout last night as the Cleveland
Indians beat the New York Yan-
kees, 5-0.
For the runnerup Indians, who
had lost eight straight to the
Yanks, it was their 6th victory in
16 games with the league leaders.
Rookie Rocky Colavito, Cleve-
land rightfielder, hit a homer in
the seventh inning to start a two-
run rally that drove Johnny Kucks
from the mound.
Only hits off Wynn were singles
by Jerry Coleman, Yogi Berra and
Mickey Mantle. Mantle struck out
twice and walked in his other
appearances tonight.
The Indians scored three in the
second on walks by Al Rosen and
Colavito, a triple by Hal Naragon
and a sacrifice fly by Chico Car-
rasquel.
* * *
Tigers 6, Red Sox 4
DETROIT-Frank Lary pitched
the Detroit Tigers to a four-hit
victory over the Boston Red Sox
last night and Al Kaline and Ray
Boone cracked home runs in the
Tigers' 6-4 triumph.
Kaline batted across three runs

JACKIE ROBINSON EARLY WYNN
... key to Braves' defeat . . shuts out Yankees
SPORTS SHORTS:
Lions Begin Practice
ithout Six Holdouts

with his 17th home run, a double
and a single, and Boone had a
triple and a single in addition to
his 14th home run.
Lary, winning his tenth game
against 11 setbacks, walked only
four men, but three of them scored.
Senators 4, White Sox 3
CHICAGO - Dick Donovan
wild-pitched home the decisive run
last night as the Washington Sen-
ators defeated the Chicago White
Sox, 4 to 3.
Lou Berberet, who had singled
and reached third on a single by
Pedro Ramos and an infield out,
scored on Donovan's wild toss in
the fourth inning.
It was only the third game Don-
ovan had lost to Washington in 11
decisions and he has lost them all
to Ramos. The winner needed help
from Bunky Stewart, however,
The Nats scored three in the
third. Jose Valdivielso walked and
Ramos singled, taking an extra
base on a fumble by Larry Doby.
Whitey Herzog scored both with
a slicing double to left and fol-
lowed them home on Roy Sievers'
single.
A single by Dropo and a long
double by Lollar brought Chicago
within a run of a tie in the sixth,
but Stewart took over to hold
uthem scoreless the rest of the
way.

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By The Associataed Press
YPSILANTI-Half a dozen De-
troit Lions remained unsigned last
night and General Manager Nick
Kerbawy turned to night talks in
an effort to get them into the pro
football fold before formal prac-
tice began today.
Among those unsigned at night-
fall were defensive back Jack
Christiansen and veteran end Leon
Hart.
* * *
Approve Tiger Sale
DETROIT - The stockholder-
trustees of the Detroit Baseball
Co. yesterday formally approved
the sale of the Detroit Tigers to a
syndicate headed by Fred Knorr
and John Fetzer, Michigan radio
and television executives.
The unanimous approval was
one of the last formalities in the
transfer of the club from a trust
set up by Walter O. Briggs. The
new owners will take over Oct. 1.
Nashua's Next Race
NEW YORK-Trainer Sunny
Jim Fitzsimmons said yesterday
Nashua would make his next start
in the $100,000 Atlantic City Han-
dicap Aug. 11, and skip the $50,-
000-added Brooklyn Handicap Sat-
urday at Jamaica,
He said the millionaire colt
would not be allowed to carry
more than 130 pounds in a race.
Frank E. Jimmy Kilroe, han-
dicapper for New York tracks, as-
signed Nashua 132 pounds for the
Mnile and one-quarter Brooklyn

Saturday. Nashua won the Subur-
ban with 128, the Monmouth Han-7
dicap with 129, both at a mile and'
one-quarter.
Senior Amateur Golf Tourney E
NEW YORK-The U.S. Golf As-
sociation reported yesterday a total
of 284 entries for the second Senior
Amateur Championships, to be cutt
to 120 players by 18 hole sectional
qualifying rounds in 25 cities.
The championship proper will be
held at the Somerset Country Club,
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 20-25.
* * *
Garver Disabled
DETROIT - Ned Garver, ailing
righthander of the Detroit Tigers,
was placed on the disabled list yes-
terday for the second time this
season.
Garver has pitched in only five
games for a total of 14%l/ innings.
He will be out of action 30 days,
effective last Monday.

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Daily
Classifieds

Orioles 5, A's I
KANSAS CITY-The Baltimore
Orioles posted their seventh vic-
tory of the season without a defeat
in Kansas City last night, defeat-
ing the Athletics, 5-1, behind the
6-hit pitching of Hector "Skinny"
Brown.
Brown, a right-hander, ran his
record to 7-2, striking out two and
allowing only two bases on balls.
He ran into trouble in the ninth,
giving up singles to Lou Skizas and
Harry Simpson, but George Zuver-
ink saved the day by forcing Eddie
Robinson to bounce into a double
play.

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Major League Standings

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DICK DONOVAN
. goat for White Sox

AMERICAN RACE ENDED?

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct1
New York 67 31 .684
Cleveland 57 39 .594
Boston 53 44 .546
Chicago 48 45 .516
Baltimore 45 53 .459
Detroit 45 53 .459
Washington 39 60 .394
Kansas Ctiy 34 63 .351
TODAY'S GAMES

NATIONAL LEAGUE

GB
9
132
16/
22
22
28%
32Y-,

Milwaukee
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York

W L Pet
57 35 .620
58 40 .592
55 41 .573
47 47 .500
45 52 .464
43 52 .453
41 54 .432
33 58 .363

GB
2
4
11
14%
15
17
23'?z

Interest Centered on Nati

By WHITNEY MARTIN
Associated Press Sports Writer

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New York at Cleveland (N)
Boston at Detroit
Washington at Chicago
Baltimore at Kansas City (N)

TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Brooklyn (N)
Cincinnati at New York
Chicago at Philadelphia (N)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N)

Hard rocks Trounce Hospital, 9-1,
To Move into I Softball Finals

Hardrocks trounced Hospital, 9-
1, last night at South Ferry Field
to move into the championship
finals of the summer I-M soft-
ball program.
Following a night's rest, the
Hardrocks-winners of two' games
in two nights-will take on the
Senior Meds tomorrow evening for
the intramural crown. The game,
scheduled for seven innings in-
stead of the usual six, will begin
at 6:30 p.m.
Bosker Hurls Two-Hitter
Last night Don Bosker of the
Hardrocks hurled a neat two-
hitter and his teammates backed
him up witha hefty hitting at-
tack to eliminate the Hospital
squad-winners' of League One-.
from the championship playoffs.
Three runs in the first inning gave
the Hardrocks a lead that was
never threatened.
Bosker will be pitted tomorrow
night against the hurling star of
the summer. Bob Visser will be on
the mound for the Senior Meds
with a record of allowing only
three hits in 28 innings of pitching.
Only the Hornets in Monday
night's semi-finals managed to
solve his deliveries for any hits.
} They also tallied the only run
against him for the summer. Vis-
ser is undefeated, while Bosker
has lost only once in seven games.

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Two other games were played
lat night in League Four which
is not participating in the I-M
playoffs.
Psychology's 'A's' Bill McKeachie
lost his first game of the season
when VRC scored five runs in the
last of the sixth inning to win, 5-4.
McKeachie had allowed only one
hit over the first five frames, but
weakened to give up six in the
fatal last inning.

Metallurgy piled up an early lead
and coasted to a 20-5 triumph over
Astronomy in the other League
Four contest.
Tonight two games are schedul-
ed. Second place and consolation
round titles will be decided in seven
inning affairs. Lloyd meets BDA
for the second place crown, while
Alpha Chi Sigma battles Bacteri-
ology for the consolation champ-
ionship.

NEW YORK - For no particu-
lar reason except our own amaze-
ment we feel inclined to make a
clinical report of the major league
races.
Sort of take the temperatures
of the clubs, you might say, al-
though from a glance at the
standings you know the only team
really running a fever is the Yan-
kees.
The last time we checked the
progress, or lack of same, of the
teams was at the time of the All-
Star game. In the three weeks
since then some amazing things
have happened, gwith the most
amazing of all the abrupt decline
of the Chicago White Sox.
Sox Drop Badly
On July 11 they still were at
least theoretical contenders, only
6%f games from the top. Shortly
before that they were only about
a game behind the Yankees, and
looking very formidable indeed.
Before yesterday the Yanks'
lead was 10 games and the White
Sox were trailing by 161f2.
Although the White Sox record
is the more notable, because they
had been so-called contenders
three weeks ago, the fact remains
that every club has dropped far-
ther behind the New Yorkers over
the period.
American Race 'Dead'
So it is pretty obvious that the
American League race is as dead
as a herring, with the Yankees;
holding the edge in the season's

series to date with all their rivals,
and showing no signs of easing up.
But the National League race!
Ah, there were have something to
keep the interest throbbing.
The three teams which were in
a dogfight for the lead three weeks
ago still are in a dogfight, although
the lead has changed.
Redlegs Had Led
On July 11 the Cincinnati Reds
were in first place 11/2 games over
Milwaukee and two games over
Brooklyn. St. Louis and Pitts-
burgh were tied for fourth, eight
games off the pace.
Both the Cardinals and Pirates
have faded badly. The Pirates
have dropped 141/2 games behind.
Milwaukee went on a winning
binge to take over the lead, and
just a week ago Monday was six
games ahead of the third-place
Brooklyns.
Still in Contention
Cincinnati, although relinquish-
ing the top spot and seemingly
headed for a nose dive after drop-

anal League
ping three straight to the Dodgers,
reassembled themselves and swept
their five-games series with the
Pirates and are right in the middle
of the battle.
By thetime this reaches print
the Reds, Dodgers and Braves
may have switched around like
they were playing musical chairs,
as the Dodgers, who gained two
games last week, presently are en-
gaging in a stirring series with the
Braves, and the Reds taking on
the Giants, who have been a source
of concern only to their loyal
followers.
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Segregation Law To Cause
No Change of Tourney Locale

NEW ORLEANS ()-The Sugar
Bowl announced yesterday if its
annual basketball tournament is
held it will be staged in New Or-
leans "and not transferred to any
other locale."
Paul E. DeBlanc, president of
the Mid-Winter Sports Assn.,
sponsors of the annual Sugar Bowl
Carnival of Sports, made the an-
nouncement after a meeting of the
association's basketball commit-
tee.
Notre Dame, Dayton and St.
Louis universities, o r i g i n a 11 y
scheduled to play in the annual
tournament Dec. 28-29, announced

their withdrawal Saturday because
of the Louisiana law which for-
bids Negroes and whites from com-
peting against each other in ath-
letic events. The law takes effect
Oct. 15.
Kentucky, the fourth tourna-
ment team, announced it would
remain a contender.
DeBlanc's announcement yester-
day followed reports the basket-
ball tournament had been invited
to transfer to Louisville, Chicago,
St. Louis "and other points."
"There are no further develop-
ments at this time," DeBlanc said.

Only 147 days
to
Christmas
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DEAN MARTIN &
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America's Foremost Negro Dancer
ma Colorful Recital of Primitive Rhythms
The University of Michigan Summer Session
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Group of Summer Hand-
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Hundreds of pieces of cos-
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All summer hats
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12.95.

at the S.U. campus togs-
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