THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Win for Milxi
By- The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - Reserve first
baseman Nippy Jones drilled his
first home run in the 11th inning
for the National League-leading
Braves last night as Milwaukee
defeated the New York Giants,
6-3, in a battle of homers.
The ,homer by Jones, combined
with the flawless relief hurling of
righthander Gene Conley, put
the, Braves a half-game ahead of
the St. Louis Cardinals. Jones was
purchased from Sacramento of
the Pacific Coast League as pro-
tection after Joe Adcock, Milwau-
kee's first baseman, broke his leg.
The Giants collected all of their
runs on homers, by Hank Sauer,
starting pitcher Ruben Gomez and
Ed Bressoud. Ed Mathews also
belted one for Milwaukee.
The victory, his fourth against
five defeats, went to Conley who
took over for starter Lew Burdette
in the ninth and didn't give up a
hit in his three innings. Conley
retired nine Giants in a row, strik-
ing out one.
The defeat was charged to Stu
Miller, the third Giant hurler.
Redlegs 6, Dodgers 5
CINCINNATI - Cincinna-
ti's 'Redlegs blew a four-run lead
last night, then put together the
winning run on a double .by Her-
schell Freeman and a single by
Johnny Temple in the 11th inning
to take the National League third
place away from Brooklyn's Dod-
gers with a 6-5 victory over the
Ace reliefer Freeman collected
the win after taking over in the
Ith inning. He got into trouble,
in' the 11th, dealing out a double
and a single, but got free again
when Ransom Jackson singled to
outfielder Wally Post whose throw
caught Gil Hodges trying for
* * *
Cardinals 4, Pirates 3
ST. LOUIS=-Alvin Dark's 10th-
inning bases- loaded single and
Willard Schmidt's scoreless relief
pitching lifted the St. Louis Car-
dinals to a 4-3 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates last night.-
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Phillies 3, Cubs 1'".
CHICAGO-Reliefer Turk Lown
of Chicago uncorked a wild peg to
third on an easy play which set up'
.dolt Still To8s
a two-run Philadelphia 11th inn-
ing and handed the perking Phil-
lies a 3-1 triumph yesterday over
rthe last-place Cubs.
Ex-Cub pitcher Warren Hacker
scattered four hits before he left
in the 10th, registering his sixth.
victory against two defeats. Dick
Farrell replaced Hacker after Lee
Walls opened the Cub 10th with a
scratch single. Farrell yielded a
single to pinch-hitter Dale Long,
but, with the bases loaded, got
Ernie Banks on a long fly to end
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BALTIMORE /P)--Tommy Bolt
Zone Finalist simmered down from a record 6
to a hard-earned
and had his lead
strokes over Doug
par 72 yesterday
d in the Eastern
nt cut to two
g Ford, golf's top
Ford, collector of more than
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by three strokes. for the second.
straight time to move into threat-
ening position with 138.
He made up three strokes on
Bolt before going into the final
18-hole rounds today and tomor-
row on Mount Pleasant's 6,895-yd.
There was an overall slackening
of pace in the second round com-
pared with the zippy opening led
by Bolt's breaking of the course
record by a stroke.
In organized baseball sfhce 1948,
his best pre-Phillies mark was a
16-8 record with Schenectady in
Sanford said recently that he
had been upset when the Phillies
failed to britlg him up after his
But the righthander said he had
a little chat with himself in spring
training this year.
"I've got to make it," Sanford
told Sanford. "I'm married now
and we have a little girl. I have
to get that big league money."
Sanford is quick to state that
his marital status has changed his
pitching. He's steadier now, does-
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the pinch. He feels, he said, he
just can't afford the luxury of
"blowing my top the way I used
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