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SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1956

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Brooklyn
Yanks
Coll egans
,Reach Golf,
Net Finals
By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Rex Bax-
ter Jr., of Houston University and
' Rick Jones of Ohio State yesterday
banged their way into the finals
of the 59th National Intercollegi-
ate Golf Championship.
The 20-year-old Houston senior
and the 22-year-old Ohioan will
meet Saturday over Ohio State's
7,120-yard par 72 course in the 36-
hole championship finals.
Both had rugged matches in the
semifinals yesterday, Baxter win-
ning two-up over George Clark of
North Texas State in a match fea- NO Co
tured by a 185-yard hole-in-one coach s
by the loser. after he
Jones, after coming from three Walter
down at the end of 10 holes to Judy, 15
defeat Jimmie Hiskey of Houston
t one-up in 19 holes in the quarter- -
finals, came from behind again in OLYM
an afternoon round to defeat
" Jerry Pittman of Southern Metho-
dist in 20 holes.
* * *
UCLA NETTERS WIN
KALAMAZOO--John Lesch and
Mike Frank combined yesterday to
move into the finals of the NCAA LOS AN
T e n n i s Tournament's doubles Cornell sc
competition and thereby clinch the hamn
the national team championship the numb
for UCLA in the week-long meet. U. S. Olyr
Southern California advanced a record
men to the finals in both singles meet of 1
and doubles as other UCLA repre- Hall, a
sentatives were eliminated, from Hob
Alex Olmedo of the runner-up mark on
Trojans and the doubles team of finals, br
Olmedo and', Pancho Contreras out recor
qualified for today's finals which by Martin
begin> at 1:30 p.m. at Kalamazoo Duke's
College's "Stowe Stadium. Stan- lm n
ford's jack Frost moved into the out of th
other singles final position. in a 1h
Michigan's Mark Jaffe, the lone a 1- t
Wolverine still in action in the ic tr
tournament, reached the finals of Baker eqI
singles consolation play before be- of 10.2 n
ing stopped by John Powless, $' 4" o 02,i
T titan from Murry State (Ky.) Col- ameters,
lege. against B

Wins on Home Run Rally;

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Top Senators on

Two-Hitter

Ti ers Blank A's Again;

CACHING, PLEASE-Joe Gordon, Detroit Tigers baseball
ince the beginning of the season, packs his bags for home
e resigned his post following a feud with Detroit president
P. "Spike" Briggs, Jr. Left to right are Mrs. Gordon;
5; Gordon; and Joe Jr., 13.
PIC TRIALS:
all's Record Breaking
immr Trow mWins

By The Associated Press
BROOKLYN - The Brooklyn]
Dodgers came from three runs
behind on consecutive ninth-inn-
ing home runs by. Duke Snider,
Dandy Jackson and Gil Hodges
last night to bomb the Philadel-
phia Phillies, 6-5. Snider and]
Hodges each had two homers in
the game.
Yanks 3, Senators 1
NEW YORK - The New York1
Yankees made the most of a paltry
five hits and, backed by the superb
pitching .of Bob Grim, defeated
the Washington Senators, 3-1.
* * *
Tigers 5, A's 0
KANSAS CITY-Two home runs1
by Charley Maxwell and one by Al
Kaline powered Detroit to a 5-0
win over the A's. Billy Hoeft hurl-
ed the shutout.
Cleveland 5-2, Chicago 2-13
CLEVELAND - Billy Pierce of
the Cicago White Sox pitched his
12th victory, ending the Cleveland
Indians' winning streak at nine
straight with a 13-2 decision in'
the second game of last night's
doubleheader. Herb Score's three-
hitter had given the Indians a 5-2
victory in the first game.
'e *
Cubs 8, Braves 4
CHICAGO-The hot Milwaukee'
Braves were cooled off by the lowly
Chicago Cubs, 8-4, in a day game
as three unearned runs in the
fourth and homers by Ernie Banks

and Pete Whistenant backed Bob
Rush to his seventh victory.
Cards 4, Reds I
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis
Cardinals made Cincinnati's lead
in the National League's tight-rope
race a brief one last night as the
Redbirds' Vinegar Bend Mizetll
pitched a four-hitter for a 4-1 vic-
tory.
The Redlegs had fallen heir to
the league lead in the afternoon,
following Milwaukee's loss.
* * *
Pirates 6, Giants 3
PITTSBURGH-Scoring three
unearned runs after two out in
the seventh inning, the Pittsburgh
Pirates halted a three-game losing
streak with a 6-3 victory over the
last-place New York Giants.
* * *.
Red Sox 7, Orioles 6
BALTIMORE -- Billy Klaus
tripled in Billy Goodman with a
tie-breaking run in the eighth in-
ning and Ike Delock pitched four
hitless relief innings as the Bos-
ton Red Sox edged the Baltimore
Orioles, 7-6.
Major League
Standings
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NGELES (k')-Al Hall o:
cored an upset victory ir
mer throw and cinched
er one place on the 1956
mpic team last night wit-
breaking throw for the
97' 71".
205-pound, 6' 1" athlete
boken, N. J., made his
the last throw of the
eaking the Olympic try.
d of 182' 5" set in 1952
Engel of the Army.
Dave Sime pulled up
apparently completely
e Olympic games picture
meter dash heat in the
tryouts.
Murchison and Thane
walled the world record
their heat in the 100
ime started his heat
Bobby Morrow. Morrow

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also equalled the world record in
winning the heat.'
Sime broke from the blocks and
within 10 yards dropped out. He
still can shoot for a place on the
United States Olympic team in the
200 meters tomorrow but this
seemed out of the question.

New York.......
Chicago..........
Cleveland........
Boston. .....
Baltimore........
Detroit .........
Washington .....
Kansas City .....

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"Girl in the Red Velvet Swing"
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Miss Smith Cops Title;
Wimbledon Hit by Rain

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TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at New York
Boston at Baltimore (2-twi-night)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Chicago at Cleveland
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By The Associated Press
SUNNINGDALE, E n g l a n d -
Margaret "Wiffi" Smith, an amia.
ble Calfiornia-born Amazon froi
St. Claire, Mich., won the British
TWomen's Amateur Golf Champ-
ionship yesterday with a thumping
I8 and 7 triumph over fellow Amer-
ican Mary Patton Janssen of
Charlottesville, Va.
The victory-her second major
title in less than a month-estab-
lished the freckle-faced 19-year-
old as the great new star of fem-
inine golf. She is the youngest
American ever to win the British
Ititle.
Miss Smith won the French Wo-
men's Championship on June 17.
Walking back to the clubhouse
after her victory, Miss Smith said:
"I'll be back next year to defend
this title. Now I'd like to get the
triple. I'm going after the Ameri-
can Amateur."
j Rally At Wimbledon
WIMBLEDON, England-Allen
Morris, an ex-football player from
the tennis-shy deep South, warm-
ed a cool English crowd into a
rooting section yesterday with the
comeback of the week at Wimble-
don.
Morris defeated Ashley Cooper
of Australia 1-6, 12-10.8-6, 3-6,
6-3 and entered the quarterfinals
of the 70th Wimbledon Tennis
Championships.
The crew-cut blond from Atlan-
ta lost the first set and could not
have played much worse. He got
only four points in the first five
games and the rain swept crowd
of 8,000 was hunting the exit.
From the beginning of the sec-i
ond set on he handed a beat-
ing to the Australian Davis Cup
player and as he moved toward
the astonishing victory, the Eng-
lish crowd came back and began
cheering Morris home.
He got an ovation at the finish
for the victory of the day. Not
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cheered until he was out of sight
in the dressing room.
Only these two men's singles
matches were played yesterday.
The program was given over
largely to doubles and rain dis-
rupted and interrupted the early
part of the day's play.

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

Milwaukee......
Cincinnati......,
Brooklyn .......
St. Louis ....
Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia
Chicago........
New York .......;

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37 27
36 28
35 31
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27 37
25 35
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.420
.417
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SPORTS SHORTS:
Bahama Runs Victory String
To 23 by OutboxingTurner

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK--Yam Bahama, Toward the end, Turner's total
' of 63 tough bouts began to take
a high speed fighting man from their toll. His rallies didn't pack
Bimini in the Bahama Islands, the steam of early rounds while
ran his winning streak to 23 Bahama threw dazzling combina-
straight Yast night with a unani- tions of jab; right uppercuts and
mous decision over experienced left hook.
Gil Turner in a 10-rounder at * * *
Madison Square Garden. Bahama Miss Suggs Leads
weighed 1541f2, Turner 155. DES MOINES-Louise Suggs,
The classy Bahama, whose real although slumping from her 4-
name is William Butler, outboxed under-par 72 opening pace, shot
Turner with his quick left and a 78 yesterday to hold her lead in
calmed Turner's persistent flur- the women's Western Open Golf
ries with his fiery counter bursts. Championship.
There were no knockdowns but Louise's 150 for 36 holes was
they wound up in a free-swinging good for a 3-stroke advantage over
exchange that pleased the small her closest foe, the same margin
crowd of about 2,000 that paid to she had at the end of the first
see the nationally televised bout. round.
In the final flurry, Turner ap- As most scores soared with
peared to be shaken as he was winds up to 27 miles an hour
backd ner te roes.sweeping the Wakonda Club
Bakeude Nicthe amropCourse, Mickey Wright, San Diego
Both judges Nick Gamboli and pro moved into second place with
Je Ep sred I fo Ba 77 for a 153 aggregate.s
7-2-1. Referee Barney Felix had it*
much closer 5-4-1 in favor of Ba-, r
hama TheA? ard as -2 fr 1Oliver, Palmer fie
hama. The AP card was8-2for WEATHERFIELD, Conn.- Ed
Bahama, the 12 to 5 favorite. Porky Oliver of Canton, Mass.,
Turner, a 25-year-old Philadel- and Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pa.,
phia brawler who once fought Kid yesterday remained tied for first
Gavilan for the welter title, kept place at the halfway mark of the
boring in all the time. $20,000 Insurance City Open Golf
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Turner in the fourth and fifth he with Thursday's totals of 69 for
came off second best. a score of 135 after 36 holes.

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