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1-M Pitcher
Hurls First
No-Hit Game
Bob Vissher of the Senior Meds
last night pitched the first no
hit-no run softball game of the
summer I-M season as his team
trounced Adams House, 17-0, on
South Ferry Field.
Ed Dishkin with a home run
and Bob Goldman with a homer,
triple, and a single were the lead-
ing hitters for the Meds. The win-
ners broke the game wide open in
the top of the fifth inning with 11
of their 17 runs,
Only Good Pitching Job
Vissher's was the only outstand-
ing pitching performance of the
night as the rest of league four's
first games comprised of two free-
scoring contests.
A pitcher's duel seemed to be
developing in t h e Pharmacy
Grads-Michigan H ous e game.
Pharmacy hurler Scruggs had held
Michigan to just one run for four
innings, while his squad mustered
only four tallies.
Wild Fifth Inning
All thoughts of a low-scoring
fray were eliminated in a wild
fifth inning. In the next to last
frame, Michigan tallied five runs
in the top half to lead, 6-4, only to
have Pharmacy bounce back in
the bottom half with a furious
nine run rally to put the game on
ice.
Allen Rumsey recorded the
highest run total of the young I-M
season as it knocked off Lloyd,
22-9, in the other game played.
Allen Rumsey Retaliates
After Lloyd had notched three
runs in the top of the first, Allen
Rumsey came back with 11 in the
last half of the inning to give
it a lead that was never seriously
threatened.
Lloyd wildness, more than Allen
Rumsey power, spelled the dif-
ference in the game. Sixteen walks
off a battery of Lloyd pitchers
were enough to lose, although Milt
Fyita and Mass McDermott did
contribute Allen Rumsey home
runs.

Snap Long Briggs Stadium Loss Streak;
Braves Knocked from First; Yanks Win

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OLD STORY FOR DODGERS-Don Newcombe (left) walks away
as umpire Stan Landes calls him out at third in a play reminiscent
of the old days of the daffy Dodgers. Roy Campanella already
occupies the bag early in the first game of the July Fourth double-
header with the New York Giants.
Sport Shorts

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Detroit Tigers
erupted for 11 runs in the first
three innings and hung on for a
13-7 triumph over the Cleveland
Indians, ending a winless Briggs
Stadium streak that extended
through 15 games.
Every man in the Tiger lineup
hit safely and righthander Frank
Lary, who had neither won nor
completed a game since June 1,
gave up only five hits although
blasted f opa pair of home runs
that accunted for all of the
Cleveland scoring.
Jim Busby smashed a grand
slammer in the first inning fol-
lowing an error, a hit batsman
and a walk. Al Rosen connected
with two men aboard in the sixth.
The Tigers, whose last victory
at home was June 15, ripped into
Bob Lemon for five straight hits
and six runs in the second.
Detroit added five more 'in the
third. Harvey Kuenn drove in
three with a home run and Lary
scored two with a bases-loaded
single. Lary helped himself to his
fifth victory against 10 setbacksl
by scoring three runs personally.
Cubs 7, Braves 1
MILWAUKEE-The sixth place
Chicago Cubs exploded for five
runs in the seventh inning last
night to defeat the Milwaukee
Braves, 7-1, and shove the Braves
out of first place in the National
League.
The defeat toppled the Braves
into second place where they were
three percentage points behind
the Cincinnati Redlegs and three
points ahead of the third place
Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Cubs snapped to life after
two were out in the seventh. The
outburst was started by Eddie
Miksis who smacked his eighth
homer of the year into the left-
field bleachers.

Yankees 6, Red Sox 1
BOSTON-Gil McDougald bol-
stered southpaw Whitey Ford's
seven-hit pitching with a home
run, double and single yesterday
for a 6-1 New York Yankee victory
over Boston at rain-drenched Fen-
way Park.
The contest was the first half
of a scheduled day-night double-
header. The second game was post-
poned because of the rain.
While McDougald drove in four
runs, Ford tamed the Red Sox for

his 10th of the season against 4
setbacks.
McDougald's three-run blast in
the third inning got the Yanks off
winging. After Ford singled and
Billy Martin beat out a bunt as
loser Bob Porterfield slipped com-
ing off the mound, McDougald
homered.
Giants, Dodgers Rained Out
NEW YORK-Rain caused post-
ponement of the only other game
scheduled in either league yester-
day between the Brooklyn Dodgers
and the New York Giants.

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By The Associated Press
WIMBLEDON, England-Lewis
Hoad of Australia snuffed out
America's faintly flickering hopes
for another Wimbledon men's ten-
nis title yesterday in the semi-
finals with a perfectly-paced, al-
most casual vitcory over Hamilton
Richardson.
The blond Australian dropper
the first set. Then he ran out the
match, almost calling his own
shots, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4.
Hoad meets Ken Rosewall today
for the top title in tennis. Rosewall
defeated Vic Seixas of Philadelphia
Wednesday.1
Miss Fry Wins Upset
Shirley Fry, 29-year-old veteran
of St. Petersburg, Fla., dropped
one of the all-time queens of the
center court out of the semi-finals.
She defeated defending cham-
pion Louise Brough of Beverly
Hills, Calif., 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 and Sat-

urday meets Angela Buxton of
Britain.
Other results yesterday saw Al-
thea Gibson of New York, who
failed in her bid to win the wom-
en's singles title, go forward in
two doubles matches.
She and Miss Buxton teamed to
defeat Mrs. Betty Pratt of Jamai-
ca and Mrs. Thelma Long of Aus-
tralia, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1, in a women's
quarter-final.
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Thomson Leads Golfers
HOYLAKE, England-Defend-
Iing champion Peter Thomson of
Australia strung together three
successive birdies under pressure
yesterday to grab the halfway lead
in the British Open Golf Cham-
pionship and to make a strong bid
for golfing immortality.
Thomson, shooting his second 70
over the rugged Hoylake course
on a rainy, windy day, carded 140
for 36 holes. He finished one
stroke ahead of a pair of Argen-
tines, Enrique Bertolino and Ro-
berto De Vicenzo.
If he can stay in front through
today's final 36 holes, with the
field reduced to the 48 low scor-
ers, Thomson will become the first
player of modern times to win the
British Open three years in suc-
cession.
Mantle Injury Not Serious
NEW YORK-An X-ray ex-
amination of Mickey Mantle's in-
jured right knee last night reveal-
ed some sprained ligaments, and
the New York Yankee team
physician said the young slugger
may be able, to play again "in
two or three days-although per-
haps only as a pinch hitter".

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