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', JULY 13, 1959

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JULY 13, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Yanks

Top

Indians

on Bauer s Blast

SPECIAL SELLING
12"' LIP RECORDS

Tigers Down Red Sox, 4-2;
Red Sox Win; Redlegs Lose

Senior Meds' Visser Hurls
Third No-Hit, No-Run Win

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-A bases-loaded
home run in the sixth inning by
Hank Bauer was the knockout
punch yesterday in the New-York
Yankee's 9-5 victory over the
Cleveland Indians, who suffered
another blow in the temporary
loss of first baseman Vic Wertz.'
Wertz went out of the game with
a groin injury after a fifth-inning
collision with the Yankees' first
baseman, Bill Skowron, while the
former was trying to field a low
throw. Skowron was s 1 i g h t 1 y
shaken up but remained in the
game until removed in the seventh
for defensive purposes.
The extent of Wertz' .injuries
was not immediately determined.
Tigers 4, Senators 2
WASHINGTON-Billy Hoeft re-
stricted Washington to four hits,
including Jim Lemon's homer, last
t night is Detroit dealt the Senators
a fifth straight defeat, 4-2. The
win was the 11 for Hoeft, who has
lost 6.
The Tigers clipped loser Bob
Wiesler for two runs in the first
inning on a pair of walks and
singles by Jack Phillips and Al
Kaline. They added two more in
the fourth on two more walks,
Phillips' double and a balk.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Red Sox 3, White Sox 1
B O S T O N - Jimmy Piersall
crashed a mighty two-run homer
with one out in the ninth inning
after twice making run-stealing
catches afield last night to pro-
pel the Boston Red Sox to a 3-1
victory over the Chicago White
Sox.
*. * *
Phils 7, Redlegs 4
CINCINNATI-The Philadelphia
Phils scored five times in the top
of the ninth to whip the Cincin-
nati Redlegs, 7-4, and reduce Cin-
cinnati's National League lead to
half a game over Milwaukee.
Mary Blaylock with a double
and Elmer Valo with a single each
drove in two runs in the big rally.
* * *
Braves 2, Dodgers 0
MILWAUKEE-Bob Buhl shut
out the Brooklyn Dodgers on six
hits and Joe Adcock belted a home
run as the Milwaukee Braves took
a 2-0 victory in the first game of
a twi-night doubleheader.
The second game was rained out.
* * ,*
Pirates 2-5, Cubs 1-4
CHICAGO--The Pittsburgh Pi-
rates returned to fourth place in
the National. League sweeping a
doubleheader, 2-1 and 5-4, from
the Chicago Cubs before a crowd
of 19,077.
Dale Long delivered a bases full
triple and his 18th homer in the
second game and batted in four
runs.-Ron Kline pitched a six-
hitter to win the first.
Cards 5, Giants 3
ST. LOUIS-Stan Musial drove
in three runs with a homer and
single to help St. Louis edge the
New York Giants, 5-3.
* * *
Orioles 4, A's 0
BALTIMORE-Bill Wight pitch-
ed a six-hitter and Bob Nieman
backed him up with a three-run
homer as the Baltimore Orioles
trimmed the Kansas City Athlet-
ics, 4-0.

The regular Tuesday-Thursday
night I-M story held true again
last night as Bob Visser limited
the opposition to no hits for the
third straight time this season.
Visser ran his hitless string to
16 innings as he blanked Lloyd, 1-0,
to give the Senior Meds their third
win without a loss for the summer.
Catcher Bob Goldman singled in
the only run of the contest to spoil
another fine hurling job by Lloyd's
Bob Schleh.
In direct contrast to the Meds-
Lloyd pitchers' duel, the other two
games last night" featured high
scoring by all teams.
Allen-Rumsey reached the 20-
run mark for the second time in
three games as it defeated Pharm-

acy Grads, 20-13. Scoring 12 in the
second, Allen-Rumsey managed to
build up a 20-2 lead after three
innings and merely coasted in from
there.
Adams scored in every frame to
deal Michigan House its third
straight defeat, 15-7. The victors
biggest splurge came in the sec-
ond when eight men crossed the
Tsaxul lsagva.2 s,uV831jq a '1 ld
was a four-run third inning.

HANK BAUER VIC WERTZ
... strength hurts Indians ... injury hurts Indians
OLYMPIC TRIALS-
Star Athletes Try Out
For Decathalon Berths

THIS IS THE 49TH ANNIVERSARY of the ad-
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CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. ((A'))
- Three American ,contenders for
the Olympic decathlon champion-
ship, a United States monopoly
since 1932, will be ground out to-
day and tomorrow in the 10-event
AAU test for athletic jacks-of-all-
trades.
The record 43-man field also in-
cludes masters of specialties, such
as the Rev. Bob Richards, No. 1
pole vaulter on the U.S. Olympic
team; decathlon favorite Rafer
Johnson, a team member in the
broad jump; hurdlers Milt Camp-
bell and Aubrey Lewis, and high
jumper Ernie Shelton.
Richards Defends Title
Richards, three - time national
decathlon champion, won only the
pole vault in capturing the 1955
AAU title over the same Wabash
college course The Los Angeles
Athletic club representative placed
high in other events for a total
of 6,873 points under the bulky
decathlon scoring table.

The 30-year-old Church of the
Brethern preacher faces a much
stronger field this year.
Injuries, "staleness" and other
reasons kept Johnson, Campbell
and Lewis off the entry list in
1955.
The 6'2%" Johnson of Kings-
bury, Calif., won the Pacific Coast
and Pan-American Games decath-
lons last year, setting a world rec-
ord of 7,893 points in the former.
The old mark was 7,887 points in
the 1952 Olympics by Bob Mathias
of Tulare, Calif.
Johnson Attends UCLA
Johnson, an outstanding sprint-
er and hurdler as well as a crack
broad jumper, will be a UCLA
junior next year. He was third
behind Richards and Lewis in the
1954 AAU decathlon.
Bob Lawson, UCLA sodhomore,
was runner-up to Richards in last
year's 27 -man AAU decathlon
field. He should place high in
most of the events.

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Kansas City at Baltimore (N)
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SPORTS SHORTS:
Patterson Prepares for Return to, Ring

Rubberband Duckpin

Bowling

Championship

By Che Associated Press

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TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (2 twi-night)
Pittsburgh at Chicago
New York at St. Louis (N)
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NEW YORK-Boxer Floyd Pat-
terson's right hand, broken in a
rousing June bout, was pro-
nounced fit and almost ready for
action yesterday.
Gus D'Amato, manager of the
big boxer, said, "If Archie Moore
meets him, then we will have a
new championand a worthy suc-
cessor to Rocky Marciano as a
fighter and a person."
Moore and Patterson are the
principal claimants to the heavy-
weight title that Marciano re-
signed April 27.
A plaster cast was removed
yesterday from Patterson's hand,
which he broke in winning a split
decision from Hurricane Jackson
June 8 in a fight considered an
elimination contest on the way to
the heavyweight championship.
Dr. H. Leslie Wenger, New York
bone specialist who treated Pat-
terson, told a New York Box-
ing Writers Assn. luncheon that
X-rays showed there was "an ex-
cellent union with good, solid cal-
lous formation. Functionally he
wilT have as good a hand as he
ever had. He can be ready in Sep-
tember."
Grimm Refuses Offer
MILWAUKEE--Charlie Grimm,
who "resigned" as manager of
the Milwaukee Braves June 16,
said yesterady he has rejected
the offer of a front office job
with the Braves.
"I told John Quinn, Braves'
general manager, that I didn't ac-
cept the position of director of

player procurement," Grimm said
In a telephone interview from his
summer home at nearby Okau-
chee Lake.
"I'm still weighing three or
four good propositions, both in
baseball and out, but the Braves'
Job is not one of them and neither
is managing," Grimm added.
Rain Hits Net Play
INDIANAPOLIS-Rain washed
out all but one match in the
Western tennis tournament at the
Woodstock Tennis Club yesterday.
Mike Franks of Los Angeles and
Mike Green of Miami, Fla., de-
feated Art Ahdrews of Iowa City,
Iowa, and Crawford Henry of At-
lanta, Ga., 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 in a sec-
ond-round doubles match.
Stranahan Leads Golfers
BOISCHATEL, Que.- Fr a n k

Stranahan, of Toledo, Ohio, who
won the Canadian Amateur golf
championship over Royal'Que-
bee's layout nine years ago, broke
the course record yesterday with
a 67 and led the field in the first
round of the $26,800 open.
** *
Dodgers' Jackson Injured
MILWAUKEE-Asthe Brooklyn
Dodgers gathered here yesterday
after the three-day All-Star break,
it was learned that third base-
man Ransom Jackson had suffer-
ed a three-stitch cut on his left
hand Monday and would be lost
to the club for a week.
Jackson suffered the injury
when a porcelain knob on the
shower faucet at his home shat-
tered as he was turning it.
Jackie Robinson, who started
the season at third, likely will
take over Jackson's spot.,

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SAINT-SAENS Carnival of Animals; Symphony No. 2
EGON PETRI PLAYS BRAHMS Rhapsodies, Intgrmezxi, Ballads
VERDIOTELLO HIGHLIGHTS Do Costa, Valentino, etc.
GAITE PARISIENNE; TALES OF HOFFMAN, etc.
LAWRENCE TIBBETT SINGS 01' Man River, Deep River, etc.
1 ECHOES OF TIMES SQUARE Highlights from South Pacific, etc.
ECHOES OF THE DANUBE Third Man Theme, Gypsy Baron, etc.
ECHOES OF SOUTH AMERICA Cuban Mambo, Carioca, Perfidia, etc.
ECHOES OF THE ITALIAN RIVIERA 0 Solo Mio, Care Mia, etc.
ECHOES OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA Bolero, Domino, Can-Can, etc.
ECHOES OF RAGTIME Girl of My Dreams, Cuddle Up, Jealous, etc.
RIGOLETTO HIGHLIGHTS Jan Peerce, Valentino, etc.
EGON PETRI PLAYS LISZT Hungarian Rhapsody, Ricordania, etc.
LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR HIGHLITES Metropolitan Opera
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MARTIAL SINGHER SINGS BIZET, OFFENBACH & OTHERS
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JAN PEERCE SINGS A SOLO MIO, AY, AY, AY, & OTHER SONGS
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ALBERT DaCOSTA, TENOR Aida, Otello, Cavalleria Rusticena, etc.
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COWBOY SONG FAVORITES The Riders of the Purple Sage, etc.
DIZZY GILLESPIE & HIS MEN Hot House, Groovin' High, etc.
SARAH VAUGHN SINGS The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else,
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DON JUAN EXCERPTS Boccoloni, Metropolitan Opera
APPLETON & FIELD, DUO-PIANISTS PLAY STRAUSS WALTZES
ZINKA MILANOV SINGS..
GILBERT & SULLIVAN The Mikado Selections, etc.
VALENTINO, BARITONE Carmen, Barber of Seville, Rigoletto, etc.
AIDA HIGHLIGHTS Metropolitan Opera Company with Orchestra
KURT BAUM, TENOT ON THE HIGH C'S William Tell, La Boheme etc.
CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA HIGHLITES Metropolitan Opera
ECHOES OF LATIN AMERICA Malguena, Ceilito Lindo, etc.
SYMPHONY No. 3, Berlin Symphony Orch.
SONGS OF FAITH We shall Meet Bye and Bye, Tell Me The Old Story,
MIKLOS SCHWALB PLAYS CHOPIN, MOZART, 6&STRAUSS
GRIEG, DINDY, SAINT-SAENS, FAURE, DOHNANYI, their own musie
GILBERT & SULLIVAN MIKADO (COMPLETE) Marty Green & others
ECHOES OF ITALY Torna a Sorrento, Chitarra Roman, etc.
UNFORGETTABLE MOOD MUSIC April Showers, Granada, etc.
MIDNITE MOOD MUSIC Birth of the Blues, Blue Room, etc.
AN HOUR OF BARTOK Third Piano Concerto, Romanian Dances
CONTINENTAL LATIN TEMPOS Magic is the Moonlight, Bala, etc.
IMMORTAL CLASSIC MOODS Bells of St. Mary's Reverie, etc.
SENTIMENTAL MOOD FAVORITES Only Have Eyes For You, etc.
AN HOUR OF DEBUSSY Clair de Lune, Petite Suite, Preludes, etc.
ECHOES OF PARIS April in Portugal, La Vie en Rose, etc.
FASCINATING MOOD MUSIC RHYTHMS Bugle Call Rag, Cherry, etc.
TIPICA SPANISH SONGS-MARIA PLAZA, COLORATURA SOPRANO
SOULIMA STRACINSKY PLAYS HAYDN Sonatas No. 13,19,31,32
BACH: ART OF FRGUE Berlin Symphony Orchestra
MAMBO AND OTHER LATIN TEMPOS Ellen, Rhumba in E minor, etc.
GERHARD PECHN ER, BASS-BARITONE SINGS GERMAN LEIDER
ANTON RUBINSTEEN PIANO CONCERTO IN D MiNOR Stein
JOHN MacCORMACK SINGS La Donna e Mobile,
MAHLER SYMPHONY No. 1 Berlin Symphony Orchestra
ECHOES OF BROADWAY Lullaby of Broadway, Singin' in the Rain, etc,
VERDI LA TRAVIATA EXCERPTS Polo, Monachesi, Rome Opera Co.
KEN GRIFFIN AT THE ORGAN You Can't be True, Dear, etc.
ROMANTIC MOOD MUIC Minuet in G, Lullaby, etc.
ECHOES OF VIENNA
SALVATORE BACCALON I
LA BOHEME EVCERPTS Lauri-Volpi, Schementi, etc.
HANDEL MESSIAH (COMPLETE) Troxel, Sanders, Fredericks, Darwin,
VERDI LA TRAVIATA (COMPLETE) Schimenti, Pola, Rome Opera Co.
"BLESS THIS HOUSE" SONGS BY MARY BOTHWELL 12 SELECTIONS
AN HOUR OF POPULAR TUNES PLAYED ON THE ORGAN
OVERTURE BY AUBER Masked Ball, Fra Diavola, etc.
PIANO MAGIC April Showers, Manhatten, 14 Selections
BALLET MUSIC FROM MOZART'S IDOMONEO 6 Lorting's Undine
SCHUBERT GERMAN DANCES & Smetana My Fatherland etc.
RACHMANIFF Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini & HAYDN
BACH MUSICAL OFFERING ON A THEME OF FREDERICK THE GREAT
HEART STRING MOODS Lonesome Wanderer, Gypsy Dance
BIZET L'Arlesienne Suites No. 1 and 2, HAYDN (Leopold Moort)
BAND MUSIC-BRIGHT AND BOUNCY Pomp & Circumstance, etc.
PICCINI GIANNI SCHICCI (COMPLETE)
BEETHOVEN GREUTZER SONATA Op. 47
HANDEL JUDAS MACCABAEUS (COMPLETE)
BACH ST. JOHN PASSION (COMPLETE)
PAGLIACC I (COMPLETE)
HUMPERDI NCK HANSEL AND GRETAL (COMPLETE)
COPLAND EL SALON MEXICO-ANCIENT FLAMENCO
MOZART Quartet in D K. 575, Quartet in F K. 490
"BABALU" AFRO-CUBAN RHYTHMS 14 Selections
"ST. LOUIS BLUES" ROCKIN' RHYTHM St. Louis Blues etc.
COPLAND SYMPHONY No. 3, Appalachian Spring
GERSHWIN SECOND RHAPSODY ("Rhapsody in Rivets")
BEETHOVEN "SPRING" CONATA No. 5, SONATA No. 8
EASY TO REMEMBER Beautiful Ohio, Tea for Two, 14 Selections
SWEET AND SENTIMENTAL Pretty Girl is Like a Melody, etc.
MOODS FOR STARLITE Stardust, I'll See You in My Dreams, etc.
MOODS FOR PLEASURE April in Paris, Linger Awhile, 14 Selections
MOZART MARRIAGE OF FIGARO (COMPLETE)
MOOD MUSIC-EASY LISTENING With a Song in My.Heart, etc.
MOOD MUSIC--SOFT AND WARM Now Is the Hour, etc.
VICTOR HERBERT CONCERT
AN INSTRUMENTAL HOUR OF COLE PORTER
AN INSTRUMENTAL HOUR OF RODGERS AND HART
WALTZ TIME
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RICHARD STRAUSS DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION
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AN HOUR OF PIANO ENCORES
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RAVEL Daphnis & Chloe Suite No. 2, Mother Goose Suite
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STRAVINSKY Rite of Spring MILHAUD French Suite
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COLLEGE SONGS OF ALL AMERICA
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