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AGE FOUR.

TICK MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 19'6

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Senators

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Extra

Inning

Tilts

Miss Gibson
Loses Match
In Tourney
WIMBLEDON, England () I
Shirley Fry forced Althea Gibson
to crack under pressure yesterday
in Wimbledon's quarter-finals and
brought an end to a 14-tourna-
ment tennis victory string which
has stretched half-way around the
world.
Miss Fry of St. Petersburg, Fla.,
outfought and finally outplayed
Miss Gibson of New York to win
4-6, 6-3, 6-4."
In the-final set Miss Gibson's
backhand caved in just as experts
said it would. Her big service wilt-
ed as Miss Fry kept punching
away.
The emergence of veteran Lou-
ise Brough into the semi-finals,
the defeat of America's probable
Davis Cup doubles team by \ an
Italian pair and the withdrawal
of Mrs. Beverly Baker Fleitz be-
cause she is going to have a baby
made the day at Wimbledon a
big occasion.
Miss Brough of Beverly Hills,
Calif., 33-year old defending
queen, defeated Shirley Bloomer
of Britain 5-7, 6-1, 6-3.
The American doubles team of
Ham Richardson of Westfield,
N. J., and Vic Seixas, Philadelphia,
lost to Italy's fine pair of Nicola
Pietrangeli and Orlando Sirola
6-3, 8-10, 6-3, 6-4.
Mrs. Fleitz of Long Beach,
Calif., said Monday night she had
influenza. But yesterday she al-
tered it to, "I'm pregnant" and
with that stepped gracefully out of
the 70th Wimbledon Champion-
ship.
Miss Gibson had been playing
steady and often spectacular ten-
nis since last December at the
start of a tour paid for by the
U. S. State Department for prop-
aganda purposes in India, Ceylon
and Burma.
The tour was a success. Then
Miss Gibson began playing the
European spring circuit on her
own. Between a tournament in
Cairo, Egypt, last March and
yesterday, she won 14 tourna-
ments.

Braves Top National Again;
Tigers Shut Out by Wilson,

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U.S. Golfers
Led i1 Open
By Souehak

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CAMILIG PASCUAL LEWuBURDETTE
. stops Red Sox ... returns Braves to lead
ONE LOCAL GROUP:
Eight Syndicates Bid
For Detroit Ball Club

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Pitcher Mickey
McDermott smacked a pinch hit
single with the bases full in the
bottom of the 12th inning to drive
in the payoff run in the New York
Yankees' 4-3 triumph over the Bal-
timore Orioles yesterday.
McDermott came off the bench
to bat for Gil McDougald after a
pair of glaring Baltimore errors
had enabled the Yankees to fill
the bases with one out. His single
scored Norm Siebern from third
to break up the 4-hour and 19-
minute game.
After Andy Carey had opened
the bottom of the 12th by ground-
ing out, Siebern got a life when
Bobby Adams made a low throw
on his routine grounder.
Yogi Berra then singled Siebern
to third after third baseman
Wayne Causey had dropped Berra's
pop foul. Tommy Byrne, batting
for pitcher Tom Sturdivant was
passed. McDermott then hit
Zuverink's first pitch to him.
Senators 6, Red Sox 5
WASHINGTON - Jim Lemon's
triple with one out in the 11th
inning scored Ray Sievers and
gaye Washington a 6-5 triumph
over Boston.
Boston rallied for three runs
against Dean Stone and tied the
scoreat 5-5 in the ninth. But
Camilio Pascual stopped that up-
rising and emerged with his fourth
victory,
Braves 7, Redlegs 0
CINCINNATI-- Lew Burdette
h sit o"t three rain-clogged
stoppages, but he still held the
Cincinnati Redlegs to five hits and
pitched Milwaukee back into first
place in the National League with
a 7-0 victory.
One of the biggest week-day
crowds here in years-13,797 paid

and 6,393 knothole kids-saw the
Braves bring a quick end to Cin-
cinnati's league lead. The Reds'
had taken the league lead by beat-'
ing the Braves Monday night. ?
Three times in the first five in-
nings, the game had to be halted
because of rain for a total of one
hour 42 minutes.
White Sox 6, Tigers 0
DETROIT-Jim Wilson, whose
pitching career was almost ended
in Briggs Stadium nearly 11 years
ago, blanked the Detroit Tigers on
six singles to win for the Chicago
White Sox, 6-0.
It was Wilson's 11th triumph
against 4 defeats and his 7th com-
pared with 2 losses since coming
to the second-place Sox from Bal-
timore on May 21.
Indians 9, A's 3
CLEVELAND - Home runs by
Vic Wertz, Jim Busby and Al
Rosen and a four-run eighth in-
ning carried the Cleveland Indians
to a 9-3 victory over the last-place
Kansas City Athletics.
Cubs 7, Cards 4
CHICAGO-Jimmy Davis' baffl-
ing lefthanded knuckleball carried
the Chicago Cubs to a 7-4 victory
and a sweep of a two-game series
from the St. Louis Cardinals.
* * * -
Phils 7-5, Pirates 2-6
PITTSBURGH-With one out
m in the ninth and the Pittsburgh
Pirates trailing by one run, pinch
hitter Bob Skinner socked a two-
run homer to give the Pirates a
6-5 victory over the Phils.
The Phils defeated the Pirates,
7-2, before the regularly sched-
uled contest in the playoff of a
game that was suspended May 13
due to Pennsylvania's Sunday cur-
few law.

VIC WERTZ BOB SKINNER
... aids Indians' victory ... game-winning homer
CONTINENT APART:
Swaps, INashuaRace
In Holiday- Programn

DETROIT - Eight qualified
groups yesterday submitted their and baseball commissioner Ford
multimillion-dollar bids for the Frick. These two will decide
Detroit Tigers. whether the bidders are accept-
in a Detroit Free Press story by able to operate a big league club.
Tommy Devine, the list of bidders "It would be foolish for us to go
was said to include only one all- ahead and announce acceptance
Detroit group. of a bid and then have either the
The leaders of that syndicate league or the commissioner reject
were Oscar Olson, D. Lyle Fife and it, Briggs said. "We'll clear that
Ray Whyte , They had been associ- hurdle before we report to the
ated with the previously unsuc- trustees for acceptance or rejec-
cessful attempt by the, Detroit tion."
Libns football team to purchase"
the Tigers... arge Field,
Expected to be the highest offer
was the one forwarded by former
Cleveland Indian and St. Louis Races Today
Brownie owner, Bill Veeck. How-
ever, known opposition to:Veeck's AtDarlington
might cause the sale to go to
another group. DARLINGTON, S.C. (R)-A field
The bids were from eight syndi- of 23 cars were qualified yesterday
cates that had previously posted -for the start.of today's 200-mile
"good faith" bonds of $250,000" to big car race over the highly bank-
examine the books of the club. ed and paved Darlington Inter-
They were received officially by national Raceway oval.
Tiger president Walter O. "Spike" The drivers will go for a total
Briggs who turned them over im- purse that may reach $22,500, with
mediately to two bankers who act- $15,000 guaranteed. Art Linden of
ed as certifying officers. Manhattan Beach, Calif., won the
Briggs was quoted as saying, pole position Monday with a newe
"We haven't even looked at the qualifying record of 133.039 miles
offers. That will come later. It an hour over the mile and three-
will take us from 10 days to two eighths track.
weeks to study the bids deliber- Yesterday's qualifying runs were
ately." marred by rain and a crash which
Three of the bids will probably cancelled the bid of Duke Dins-
be selected and sent to American more of Dayton, O., to be the 24th
League president Will Harridge starter.

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By The Associated Press
Swaps and Nashua will race to-
day on opposite sides of the con-
tinent as thoroughbred racing
celebrates the Fourth of July with
a star-studded program of racing.
At Hollywood Park, Inglewood,
Calif., Rex Ellsworth's Swaps will
be the heavy favorite in the $100.-
Rigney Fined
For Disputing
Call by Ump
NEW YORK ( P)-Bill Rigney,
freshman manager of the New
York Giants, yesterday revealed
he has been fined $60 by National
League president Warren Giles for
disputing a decision in Pittsburgh
last Friday night.
Rigney, who said he was in-
formed of the fine by telegram,
said it stemmed from a run-in
with first base umpire Frank Das-
coli, who ruled Giant pitcher Jim
Hearn -missed the bag on an at-
tempted putout in the seventh
inning.
The error opened the door to
three Pirate runs with the the
Pirates eventually winning, 6-3.
The loss was very important to
the Giants, trying to escape the
league cellar.

000-added American
opposing five rivals.
top weight of 130 lbs.

Handicap,
Swaps has

HOYLAKE, England omP)-Mike,
Souchak qualified yesterday for
the British Open Golf Champion-
ship with a par-shattering 68 that
established him as one of the gen-
uine threats in the field.
Three other Americans -. Gene
Sarazen. Pete Burke and Frank
Stranahan-will join Souchak in
the reduced field of 96 when the
72-hole tournament proper gets
under way today.
Six Americans Fail
Six Americans failed to qualify.
Australia's Peter Thompson tied
with young Gary Player of South
Africa for qualifying honors.
Thompson shot a 69 over the rug-
ged. 6,950-yard Hoylake course.
Players, who had a 68 there Mon-
day, came up with a 72 at nearby
Wallasey, a shorter and easier
course.
Souchak never was more in
need of a par-battering round.
After his loose 78 at Hoylake
Monday it looked as though the
powerful pro from Berwick, Pa.,
was going to have the mortgage
foreclosed on him.
But in his second qualifying
round his 35-33-68 over the par
36-35-71 Wallasey course gave
him a neat aggregate of 146.
England's Sid Scott came in
with a 67, and late in the after-
noon John Jacobs, another Eng-
lish pro, shot a 65. They both
woundrup with 142 totals, behind
a handful, including three-time
champion Henry Cotton, who had
141's.
The other three Americans, all
pros, Just edged into the field on
152's, the top qualifying figure.
Stranahan Records 74
Stranahan, the former Toledo
amateur who twice finished sec-
ond in the British Open, recorded
a 74 at Wallasey.
Sarazen, who won this title in,
1932, shot a 75 at Wallasey for his
qualifying total.
Burke, the American PGA sen-
ior champion from Cold Spring
Harbor, N.Y., got a 75 at the
tougher Hoylake course.

Nashua, who sports the silks of
the Leslie B. Combs II Syndicate,
will be the choice in the $75,000-
added Suburban Handicap at Bel-
mont Park on Long Island, N.Y.
Record Breaker
Swaps, who beat Nashua in the
1955 Kentucky Derby and in turn
was beaten in their memorable
match last August at Washington
Park, has broken three world's
records this year.
The American Handicap is over
the mile-and-one-eighth distance,
and horsemen are wondering
whether the Ellsworth star will
menace the world mark of 1:46 4/5
made in 1950 at Golden Gate
Fields by Noor and equaled last
July 4 at Hollywood by Alidon,
Bobby Brocato with 115 lbs. is
next in the weights to Swaps.
Carries Less Weight
Nashua, beaten in the Metro-
politan Mile and Carter Handicap
-both times under 130 lbs.-was
assigned 128 lbs. for today's race,
which is a mile and one-quarter.
The main opposition to the
million-dollar horse appears to be
Mrs. Edward E. Robbins' Midafter-
noon with 117 lbs. Midafternoon
beat Nashua in the Met Mile and
then won the Massachussetts Han-
dicap.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

New York.......
Chicago..........
Cleveland ....
Boston ..........
Baltimore .....
Detroit .........
Washington ......
Kansis City ......,

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

W L Pet.
38 27 .585
40 29 .580
38 30 .559
36 35 .507
33 34 .493
28 37 .431
28 38 .424
29 40 .420

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TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Chicago (2)
Cleveland at Detroit (2)
Baltimore at Washington (2)
New York at Boston (2)

x TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at New York (2)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (2)
Chicago at Cincinnati (2)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (2)

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