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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, Y 2Sy 1956

SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. .JTJLY 2~. 195ff

Braves Increase League Lead

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Two Boxers
Face Woes
Experts Pick Parker
To Lose; Louis Ill
By The Associated Press
TORONTO -- James J. Parker,
Canada's hope for a shot at the
world heavyweight boxing title,
arrived early last night for the
most important fight of his six-
year professional career-and, say
the experts, a beating from ageless
Archie Moore.
"Moore by a knockout" is the
consensus of the newspaper men
here for tonight's 15-round fight
at Maple Leaf Stadium. There's
nothing in Parker's fistic back-
ground to indicate that he is in
the same league with Moore, num-
ber one contender for the world
heavyweight title vacated by
Rocky Marciano.
The 26-year-old Parker has
youth and ambition on his side
but observers feel that Moore,
who started his pro career when
Parker was only 6, has too much
savvy for the 208-pound Canadian.
Louis Knew
NEW YORK -- Mrs. Joe Louis
said yesterday the former heavy-
weight boxing champion had
known for a month that some-
thing was wrong with his heart
although at first he suspected he
was suffering from an injured rib.
Louis, now a professional wres-
tler, was denied a license by the
Illinois Athletic Commission when
a commission doctor reported
Monday that the one-time Brown
Bomber has a damaged heart.
When Louis first felt the pain
in his chest, he visited a Detroit
doctor and learned it was his
heart, Mrs. Louis said. Prior to
her departure for Chicago, she
said her husband had telephoned
her.
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BASEBALL'S GREATEST HONOR - Joe Cronin (left) general
manager of the Boston Red Sox, and Hank Greenberg, general
manager of the Cleveland Indians, hold plaques after being in-
stalled in baseball's Hall of Fame Monday in honor of their out-
standing diamond careers.
SPORTS SHORTS:
Pitt Joins Opponents
Of Segregation Law

Rally To Edge Giants, 4-3;
White Sox Topple Yankees

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK (W)-Johnny Logan
belted a two-out home run in the
ninth inning to give the Milwau-
kee Braves a come-back 4-3 vic-
tory last night over the New York
Giants and Ruben Gomez, the
pursued Puerto Rican.
The league-leading Braves went
into the ninth trailing, 3-2, as Go-
mez sailed along on a four-hitter
in his first appearance against
Milwaukee since last Tuesday's
hit-and-run rumpus.
Hank Aaron, who had singled
and scored the Braves' second run,
opened the winning ninth with a
triple. Joe Adcock, who was hit by
one of Gomez' pitches to start
last week's fracas, walked and
Bobby Thomson hit into a double-
play that brought Aaron in with
the tying run. Then Logan deliv-
ered his clincher.
* *. *
White Sox 11, Yanks 5
CHICAGO - Bly Pierce, Chi-
,ago White Sox lefthander, be-
came baseball's winningest pitch-
er of the season with his 15th vic-
tory last night as the Sox toppled
the New York Yankees, 11-5 in a
battle of home runs.
Gil McDougald, Bill Skowron
and Bob Cerv hit Yankee round-
trippers, while Larry Doby and
Minnie Minoso clouted four-bag-
gers for the winners.
Pierce, who has lost four,
pitched his 13th complete game
but was far off form, yielding 11
bits. TomSturdivant suffered his
fourth loss in 12 decisions.
* * *
Tigers 9-5, Orioles 7-11
DETROIT - The Baltimore
Orioles took advantage of young
Bob Miller's wildness to score five
first inning runs and rolled to an
11-5 victory over the Detroit Ti-
gers in the second game of a twi-
night doubleheader before 33,322
fans.
The Tigers exploded three home
runs to cop the opener, 9-7.
The two clubs used 17 pitchers
In the twin bill, with nine going
to the mound for the Orioles and
eight for the Tigers.
Dodgers 10, Redlegs 5
BROOKLYN - Sandy Amoros
smacked a pair of triples good for
five runs and Duke Snider un-
loaded his 22nd and 23rd homers

good for three markers last night
as the Brooklyn Dodgers and Sal.
Maglie knocked off the second-
place Cincinnati Redlegs, 10-5, in
the close National League pennant '
race,
Indians 11, Senators 0
CLEVELAND - Mike Garcia,
big righthander of the Cleveland
Indians, won his third shutout vic-

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By The Associated PresS v
PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh,
loser in the 1955 Sugar Bowl foot-
ball, game, made it plain yester-
day it cannot, play in the Sugar
Bowl again under the new Louisi-
ana Social Segregation Law.
The law, effective next Oct. 15,
bars interracial athletic contests.
In a statement, Dr. Edward H.
Litchfield, the university's chan-
cellor, said:
"As an educational institution
we recognize only the criteria of
academic and athletic competence
in determining who shall repre-
sent the university in inter-colle-
giate athletics."
Pitt fullback Bobby Grier be-
came the first Negro to play in
the Sugar Bowl football game
last New Year's Day when Pitt
lost 7-0 to Georgia Tech.
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Reject Emergency Fund
COLUMBUS, 0. - Minor league
clubs yesterday rejected a pro-
posal to create a $100,000 emer-
gency fund from the treasury of
the National Association of Pro-
fessional Baseball Leagues in fi-
nancial trouble,
George M. Trautman, president
of the associatiorf, said the pro-
posal, submitted by eight league
presidents, was defeated 18 to 7
in a mail vote.

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Big Payoff
CHARLESTOWN, W. Va. () -
Buster Bell won the second race
at the Charles Town track yester-
Going Strong
DETROIT (P) - William M.
"Willie" Heston, one of Michi-
gan's all-time football greats,
applied yesterday for a marri-
age license. He is 77.
Heston's bride-to-be is Sarah
E. Williams. 56, of Bay City.
Heston was the star of the
fabulous point-a-minute Michi-
gan teams coached by Fielding
H. Yost at the turn of the cen-
tury. From 1901 to 1904, he
scored 92 touchdowns.
day and paid $409 for a $2 win
ticket. It was the highest payoff in
United States racing since Ruff
Mate returned $420.60 for $2 at
Pimlico Nov. 10, 1954.
Connor Signs
RENSSELAER, Ind. (M)-George
Connor, veteran tackle and line-
backer, signed for his ninth sea,-
son with the Chicago Bears yes-
terday and joined in the club's'
first complete workout of the sea-
son,

DUKE SNIDER
... wallops two homers
tory' of the season over the Wash-.
ington Nationals last night, hold-
ing them to three hits for an 11-0
decision.
Red Sex 3, A's 2
KANSAS CITY-Mickey Vernon
smasher a two-run homer in the
ninth inning last night to give
the Boston Red Sox a 3-2 victory
of the Kansas City Athletics.
Phils 7, Cards 3
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Phillies unloaded four
hits, including a two-run double
by pitcher Curt Simmons, along
with a walk and a hit batsman to
score six runs off Vinegar Bent
Mizell in the sixth inning and beat
the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-3, last
night,
Pirates 6, Cubs 2
PITTSBURGH - Outfielder
Roberto Clemente drove in four
runs with a triple, homer and sac-
rifice fly last night to lead the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-2 vic.
tory over the Chicago Cubs.

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Major League Standings

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct GB
Milwaukee 54 32 .628 -
Cincinnati, 52 37 .584 3V2~
Brooklyn 49 39 .557 6
St. Louis 42 46 A77 13
Pittsburgh 41 46 .471 13V2
Philadelphia 41 49 A456 15
Chicago 39 47 A453 15
New York 31 53 .369 22
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati s. Brooklyn at Jersey
City
Milwaukee at New York
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)

New York
Cleveland
Boston
Chicago
Baltimore
Detroit
Washington
Kansas City

W
61
51
50
46
41
40
346
33

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56
57

Pct
.670
.562
.535
.456
.444
.391
.367

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New York at Chicago (N)
Boston at Kansas City (N)
Baltimore at Detroit I
Washington at Cleveland

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