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Ay, YMY 5, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE'

AY. 3TYLY 25, 1957 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Chisox.
Braves,
Vew York's
IL Margin
drops to 4 /2

White Sox
On Errors

Capitalize.
for Win

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-The Chicago
White Sox drubbed the New York
Yankees last night, 7-2, as Billy
Pierce won his 14th victory of the
season and thereby reduced the
Yankees' ead over the Sox to 41/2
games. ,
Luis Aparicio led the White Sox
attack with three singles and a
triple as the vaunted Yankee de-
Tense cracked wide open. In the
first, Gerry Coleman let Aparicio's _
grounder go through his legs and
two runs scored. In the fifth
Mickey Mantle misjudged Apari-
co's drive to deep center and the
ball went over his head for a triple.
In the eighth Earl Torgeson stole
second and went to third on Yogi
Berra's bad throw.
Offsetting the victory for the
White Sox was an injury to Min-
n6 Minoso, star left fielder. He
aggravated a pulled leg muscle inE
his left groin as he rounded third
to score in the first inning and had
to leave the game.
Ted Beard, acquired only Tues-
da' night from Indianapolis, went
LUIS APARICIO
Chisox hitting star
't right field for the Sox and Jim
Lndis moved over to Minoso's
aoeition-
S * *
Tigers 5, Orioles 1
BALTIMORE -P it ch er Paul
Poytack of the * Detroit Tigers
singled in a run to break a 1-1 tie
n the seventh inning and his
Lates went on to beat the Balti-
more Orioles, 5-1, last night.
After Foytack showed them the
way, the Tigers went on to score
three more runs before Billy Loes
was able to get them out.
Indians 4-4, Senators 3-5
WASHINGTON-Lou Beberet's
pinch home run off Early Wynn
with: two out in the ninth inning
and Faye Throneberryaboard gave
Washington a 5-4 victory over
Cleveland in the second game of a
doubleheader last night.
The Indians rallied for two runs
in the ninth inning against Camilo
Pascual to win the opener, 4-3.
I-M SOFTBALL
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CMS Sophs 16, Philosophy 7
Hurons 7, Sun Tans 2
Anthropology 13, Pharmacology 10
Bacteriology 3, Astronomy 3 (tie)
Chemistry "A" 8, Hornets 7
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RELAX
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---- Ends Tonight
Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
Everything But the Truth
-- Starts Friday
Last of the Badmen
12 Angry Men

Rebound, Whip Yanks;
Dodgers Both Defeated_ __
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He defeated Dodger veteran Sal
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Braves, who maintain their one- night as he blanked the Pittsburgh Turn tab! es
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president of the Brooklyn Dodgers, R5caused Friend little trouble. )
as saying the Brooklyn baseball ?
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for the 1958 season. Cb2 CHICAGO-The Chicago Cubs, I F1IS TI O
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Journal sports editor. Jack Hairs- who had lost 22 of their first 33 An amazing inventory of HI F 1
ton, had "jumped to conclusions, " games at Wrigley Field, made it components available to you at
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NEW YORK e Luis Aparicio, In the ninth Sanford hit a sacrifice fly.,2
bounder which third baseman -
hitting star in the Chicago White Eude wth ird asea
Sox's 7-2 victory over the New Eddie Mathews fieldedmand threw
YorkYankes lst nghtnowover the first baseman's head,
Ynor thatke u reanightu nto allowing Granny Hamner to score PIPE CENTER
player in more ways than calling all the way from first base.
a decision on a Iplay. * * Has the
The White Sox's flashy short- Cardinals 3, Dodgers 0
stop received four spike wounds ST. LOUIS-Larry Jackson shut
on his right wrist when he made out the Brooklyn Dodgers in a
an unsuccessful attempt to steal masterful three-hitter last night
third in the eighth inming. The 3-0, pulling the St. Louis Cardinals
wounds came from the spikes of within a half-game of second 0 Argus Cameras
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be out of the lineup for any length made his record 11-5 with possibly DURING
of time. his best game of the season. -
* Major League StandingsANN ARBOR S
bargan day
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE GB
We L Pct. GB W L Pct GB
New York 60 31 .659 - Milwaukee 54 39 .581 -
Chicago 55 35 .611 4% Brooklyn 52 39 .571 1
Boston 49 43 .533 i11 St. Louis 51 39 .567 l J Open Monday thru Friday 'til 9 - Saturday 'til 5
Cleveland 47 45 .511 13% Cincinnati 52 41 .559 2
Detroit 46 45 .505 14 Philadelphia 50 42 .543 3Y2
Baltimore 43 48 .473 17 New York 41 51 .446 12 PIP EC EN TER '
Kansas City 34 57 .374 26 Pittsburgh 35 58 .376 19
Washington 32 62 .340 29%' Chicago 31 57 .352 202
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 7, New York 2 Philadelphia 3, Milwaukee 118 East Huron-Opposite County Bldg.-Ph. NO 3-6236
Cleveland 4-4, Washington 3-5St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 0

Chicago 2, New York 1
Boston 6 Kansas City 5 Cincinnati 2, Pittsburgh0
' TODAY'S SCHEDULE
TODAY'S SCHEDULE New York at Chicago - Barclay --
Chicago at New York - Donovan (4-7) or McCormick (0-0) vs. Drabow-
(9-3) vs. Shantz (9-2). sky (6-8).
Cleveland at Washington - Garcia Philadelphia at Milwaukee--hacker
(4-5) vs. Kemmerer (4-6). (5-2) vs. Spahn (10-7). EXP E RT R EPA IR A ND SERV ICE
Detroit at Baltimore - Lary (4- Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) --
12) vs. Johnson (7-6). Kline (2-13) vs. Jeffcoat (8-)). I
Kansas City at Boston - Gorman Brooklyn at St. Louis (N) - New-
(2-3) vs. Nixon (7-5). combe (9-7) vs. Wehmeier (3-4)._
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Typewriter, Olympia, 1956
Vacuum cleaner, Hoover Constellation
Fan, Polar Cub

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1956 OLDSMOBILE
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We service all foreign cars.

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Phone NO 3-8611
122 East Washington

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