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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2,1956

E MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

PAGE TFIRER

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2,1958 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ThREe

Yanks, Braves Drop

Second

in

Row

CLASSIFIEDS

Lemon of Indians Defeats
American League Leaders

Yesterday's Honor Roll

Brooklyn Edges Milwaukee
On Mitchell's Pinch Single

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - Bob Lemon
pitched the Cleveland Indians to
a 5-1 victory over the New York
Yankees last night, aided by four
double plays.
The 35-year-old righthander
gave up six hits, missing a shut-
out on a fifth-inning homer by
Hank Bauer.
It was the Indians' second
straight victory over the Yanks,
and cut New York's lead to eight
games.
The Indians scored all their
runs in the first two innings off.
Tommy Byrne. Rip Coleman and
Mickey McDermott blanked the
Indians the rest of the way.
* * *
Red Sox 5, Tigers 4j
t DETROIT - Tom Brewer won
his 15th game as Ted Williams and1
Jackie Jensen hit home runs to
account for all the Boston Red
tATMajor League
Standings
' NATIONAL LEAGUE

Sox' scoring yesterday in a 5-4
decision over the Detroit Tigers.
Brewer, who has lost only three,
needed a sparkling ninth-inning
reliefchore from Tommy Hurd
to beat down a late Tiger rally.
Hurd, taking over with the bases
loaded and one out, struck out
slugger Charley Maxwell and got
Al Kaline on a routine fly to left
field.
Williams blasted a three-run
homer in the first inning off Paul
Foytack.
Jensen's home run came in the
seventh behind a single by Mickey
Vernon and iced the contest.
Held to a pair of singles for five
innings, the Tigers reached Brew-
er for two runs in the sixth on a
single by Earl Torgeson, a triple
by Maxwell and a single by Kaline.
Detroit added one in the eighth
on Maxwell's home run.
Senators 6, White Sox 2
CHICAGO -- The Washington
Nats, forced into overtime by Sam
Esposito's home run, rallied for
four runs in the 10th yesterday
afternoon to give Chuck Stobbs a
6-2 victory over the Chicago White
Sox.
Stobbs gave up nine hits in de-
feating the Sox for the fourth
time this season.
Jim Wilson, who had yielded
only seven hits for nine innings,
was knocked out in the 10th and
lost the game.
Each side had scored an un-
earned run early in the game and
the Nats had a 2-1 lead on Jim
Leomn's homer until Esposito's
smash tied things up.
A's 9, Orioles 4
KANSAS CITY - The Kansas
City Athletics shelled three Oriole
pitchers for 12 hits last night and
defeated Baltimore, 9-4.
It was the first Athletic victory
over the Orioles in eight games
here and only the fourth in the 17
games the teams have played.

BOB LEMON
. . hurls victory over Yanks

DALE MITCHELL
. . . Dodger addition comes through

By The Associated Press
BROOKLYN - Dale Mitchell,
who joined Brooklyn from Cleve-
land just 24 hours earlier, beat
out a pinch-hit infield chopper to
drive in the tie-breaking run for
the Dodgers in the eighth inning
last night, beating Milwaukee, 2-1,
and hoisting the third-place Dodg-
ers to within three games of the
National League leading Braves.
The defeat left Milwaukee with
a two-game lead over second-place
Cincinnati.
The high bouncer to third base-
man Ed Mathews, which the 35-
year-old Mitchell just did beat out,
knocked out a brilliant pitching
job by righthander Lew Burdette,
who struck out 10 while taking
his sixth defeat in 18 decisions.
Clem Labine won his second in
as many nights, coming on in
relief of Sal Maglie when the
Braves tied it one-all in the
seventh inning.
* * *
Giants 3, Redlegs 1
NEW YORK - Ruben Gomez
limited Cincinnati to one hit in
seven innings, and contributed a
vital two-bagger that started the
New York Giants on a two-run
rally in the seventh inning to
down the Redlegs, 3-1, yesterday
afternoon at the Polo Grounds.
The second-place Redlegs were
limited to another single after

Milwaukee
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
TODAY'S

W L Pct GB
57 36 .613 -
58 41 .586 2
56 41 .577 3
48 47 .505 10
46 52 .469 13%
43 53 .448 15V2~
41 55 .427 17Y,
34 58 .370 221
GAMES

Gomez was forced to retire in the
seventh.
Gomez led off the Giants' sev-
enth with a double but pulled a
muscle in his left shoulder sliding
into second.
Don Mueller singled, breaking a
1-1 deadlock, anti went to third
on Red Schoendienst's two-bagger.
Willie Mays was purposely passed
to fill the bases, and Johnny
Klippstein was replaced on the
Cincinnati mound by Joe Nuxhall.
Bill White's sacrifice fly scored
Mueller with an extra tally.
Mary Grissom replaced Gomez
at the start of the Redlegs' eighth,
and allowed a two-out single to
Stan Palys in that inning.
* * 4'
Cards 4, Pirates 1
PIT'SBURG H -- Willa r d
Schmidt gave up only six hits last
night in pitching the St. Louis
Cardinals to a 4-1 triumph over
Pittsburgh's punchless Pirates,
who went down to their seventh
consecutive defeat.
The Cards, helped by two errors,
sewed up the contest in the second
inning with two runs.
In the seventh the Cards scored
their other two runs on a two-out
triple by Stan Musial. The Pirates'
lone tally came in the second when
the Pirates got three of their hits.
Phils 10, Cubs 8
PHILADELPHIA - A home run
with the bases loaded in the
seventh inning by Willie Jones en-
abled the Philadelphia Phillies to
come from behind and defeat the
Chicago Cubs, 10-8, last night
Robin Roberts, pitching three
innings of relief, earned his 12th
victory of the season.
Trailing, 6-4, the Phils rallied
for five runs in the seventh to salt
the game away. Richie Ashburn,
Mary Blaylock and Stan Lopata
singled for the first run. After a
sacrifice and an intentional pass,
Jones planted his 11th home run
of the season in the upper left
field stand. For Jones, it was the
sixth grandslammer of his career.
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Daily Classifieds

JACK JENSEN
. Red Sox margin of victory

RUBEN GOMEZ
.. . near perfect pitching

Milwuakee at Brooklyn
Cindinnati at New York
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
(Only games scheduled.)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet

ATHLETIC CODE STUDIED:
Big Ten. Meets To Discuss Policy

New York
Cleveland
Boston
Chicago
Baltimore
Detroit
Washington
Kansas City

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CHICAGO WA~-The Big Ten,
ruffled by a national magazine's
charges of purported loose con-
ference athletic practices, will
meet this weekend to consider a
"standard" code for financing
athletes through college.
Saturday's and Sunday's special
session on athletic policy was
scheduled long before a story,
I written for the current issue of

TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Chicago
Baltimore at Kansas City
Boston at Detroit
New York at Cleveland

BDA Captures I-M Second Place Title;
Bacteriologists Con Consolation Finals

_ - -. .., .., ., ..

BDA copped the second place
playoff title and Bacteriology won
the consolation round finals in
last night's I-M softball games at
South Ferry Field.
x First place finals between Hard-
rocks and Senior Meds will be
played Monday night, weather per-
mitting.
Five Runs in First
BDA scored five big runs in the
Sports
By The Associated Press
SYRACUSE, N. Y. - Harold
Carter of Linden, N. J., literally
punched veteran Bob Satterfield
all over the ring last night, stop-
ping the Chicago boxer in 2:59 of
the fifth of a scheduled 10-round-
er.
Carter put his opponent down.
three times in the fifth to win by
the automatic three-knockdowns
in one round rule.
* * * r

bottom of the first inning and
coasted to a 7-3 victory over Lloyd.
BDA exploded for its tallies with
two on and two out. A walk by
Lloyd pitcher Bob Johns loaded
the bases. The next batter doubled
and left-fielder Wenket powered a
three run blast to wrap up the
victory.
Bob Schlea's two-run homer in
Shorts
Another undefeated fighter,
young Eddie Machen of Redding,
Calif., was boosted from 10th to
8th among the heavyweights. He
racked up his 15th victory in stop-
ping Nino Valdes, the Cuban giant,
in eight rounds.
Light heavyweight champion
Archie Moore was awarded "fighter
of the month" honors by Ring
Editor Nat Fleischer for his easy
conquest of James J. Parker of
Canada.
*' * *
Fan Complains to Giles
PHILADELPHIA - A Philadel-
phia baseball fan wrote National
League President Warren Giles
yesterday complaining about lan-
guage used by two Chicago Cub
players which he described as "un-
printable" and which contained
"the vilest names I have ever
heard anywhere."
John Taxin, restaurant owner,
said the incident occurred Tuesday
night while he was sitting in a
Connie Mack Stadium box with
his wife and son and some friends.
He identified the players as Dee
Fondy and Don Hoak, both in-
fielders.

the fifth inning accounted for tWvo
of Lloyd's trio of runs. BDA hurler
Fred Purcell gave up only six hits.
Bacteriology Wins
Bacteriology edged Alpha Chi
Sigma, 13-12, in a free-hitting
slugfest. Bacteriology struck first
with three runs in the bottom of
the third. Alpha Chi Sigma man-
aged to tie the score by the fifth
inning.
Then the fireworks started. Bac-
teriology came up with five tallies
in the bottom of the fifth. Alpha
Chi Sigma matched Bacteriology's
five and added three more in an
eight run sixth. In the bottom of
the seventh Bacteriology came up
with four runs to win,
Rally for Victory
Bacteriology's rally started with
a homer by Jerry Borman. Al
Carlin walked, Bob Reed singled,
Jim Patterson singled, pitcher
John Vennes singled in the tying
run, and Marcel Pons singled in
the winning run.
Any teams wishing to continue
playing I-M softball after the sea-
son ends officially Monday are
requested to contact Intramural
Director Earl Riskey at the I-M
building.
6588 Jackson Rd.
Last Time Tonight
JANE RUSSELL in
"THE REVOLT
OF MAMIE STOVER"
and
"A KILLER IS LOOSE"

Look magazine, hung a "football
scandal" label on Big Ten aid to
athletes.
'No Condemnation'
A Conference spokesman, who
declined to be identified, asserted
yesterday that the Look item, cit-
ing "full-ride" scholarships for
football players and other al-
leged irregularities, proved no
condemnation of the Big Ten.
Officials at Michigan had ear-
lier described the magazine's ar-
ticle as "sensationalistic" and
"very exaggerated." Michigan's
actions in granting aid to all-
America end Ron Kramer had re-
ceived much attention in the
story. However, these actions had
been investigated and cleared by
Big Ten Commissioner Kenneth
"Tug" Wilson.
The Conference spokesman de-
clared that for the past decade the
Big Ten has made no bones about
trying to help athletes through
school with measured financial
help, but only if they were aca-
demically worthy.
Depends on Grades
This help takes the form of tui-
tion payment if an athlete main-
tains a C averageror in excess of
tuition for a better than C mark.
Jobs also help the aspiring Big
Ten athlete, although this has
become a touchy point because of

the time available for such em-
ployment during a particular
sports season.
The Conference spokesman said
that a report by a special coma
mittee, which for seven months
has been studying Big Ten athlet-
ic practices, could possibly call for
a "sort of union scale" for ath-
letes.
Same Rules for All
Such a plan would suggest that
each of the 10 Conference mem-
bers would face the same require-
ments for awarding grants-in-aid
or jobs. At present, interpretation
of scholarship standards vary at
the different schools. Jobs for
athletes also have been at a
school's discretion.
Bill Reed, assistant Big Ten
commissioner, said the weekend
Chicago meeting of faculty repre-
sentatives and athletic directors,
would consider the report of the
special committee on athletic
practices, but that any decisive ac-
tion would be delayed.
If a decision is made to revise
the Conference code, such legis-
lation would come under the so-
called White Resolution which re-
quires 60-day study and approval
or disapproval by each member.

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Hart Holds Out
DETROIT - Leon Hart
yesterday he may retire from
fessional football unless he
reach agreement on a 1956
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six seasons in the National Foot-
ball League, officially became a
holdout yesterday as Lion veterans
assembled for training at nearby
Ypsilanti.
The Lions' management said it"
is at "substantial odds" over a
new contract for the 6'5", 250-
pounder.
* * *
New Ring Ratings
NEW YORK - Three young
fighters, who have caught the eyes
of the fans with impressive vic-
tories in the past few months, were
rewarded yesterday with a ranking
c among the top boxers in the latest
monthly ring ratings.
Rory Calhoun of White Plains,
N. Y., was placed 10th among the
middleweights on the strength of
his 22-0 record, including 12
knockouts. New York feather-
weights Ike Chestnut and Miguel
Berrios were ranked ninth and
10th, respectively, among the 126-
pounders following their triumphs
In national television scraps.

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