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N

ibe Stops
i Busts Yankee, Jinx;
ors Gain on Leaders

Yanks;

Bums

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Associated Press
K-Mike Garcia beat
Yankees for the first
two years yesterday
lbroke the league-n
ht-game winning
cut the Yanks' mar-
Chicago to six games.
m, whonnever has
Indians in his major
, was the victim of
ght-hit attack which
hree-run homer by
ng in the ninth.
k)g. 3, 1955 had Gar-
the Yanks. He al-
hits, pitching out of
he seventh when he
ickey Mantle and re-
erra.' The Yanks had
ses with only one out.
e ninth, he put down
r the Yanks put two
dy out. Berra flied out
ame with the bases
ut the game beyond
ninth. With the In-
g a 4-2 lead; Larry
Bobby Avila.singled.
lwed with his home
right-field stands.
* *
rs 5, Giants 2
N - The Brooklyn
red a tie-breaking,
un without a hit and
efeat New York, 5-2,
pite a one-man show
rs, who had four hits
both Giant runs with
er.
centerfielder was a
.too, however-with
ving the Brooks an1
r Captains

unearned iun and bouncing out
to end the game with two men on
base.
The third-place Dodgers moved
within .21/2 games of the National
League lead and within two games
of second place.
Righthander Ray CroAe gave up
his only walk to leadoff man Jun-
ior Gilliam in the payoff fifth
inning. Junior stole second, went
to third as Mays made a great
run into left to grab Gino Cimoli's
long fly, and then hustled home
on Elmer Valo's high infield chop-
per.

MIKE GARCIA
.. . stops Yankees

DICK HANLEY
... two AAU titles

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Sport Shorts

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By The Associated Press
KANSAS CITY-Whether Lou
Boudreau will be fired as manager
of the parachuting Kansas City
Athletics is to be decided this
week, the Kansas City Star said
yesterdpy.
The club, riding a seven-game
losing streak into the American
League cellar, moved into Chi-
cago for a three-game stint start-
ing today and finishes its road,
trip with three more at Cleveland
ending Sunday.
"Before the trip is over, a de.'
-cision either fQr or against Man-
ager Lou Boudreau will be made,"
wrote the Star's sports editor, Er-
nie Mehl.
All-Stars Encouraged
CHICAGO=- The College All-
Stars nursed practice rounds yes-
terday,,but were encouraged by re-
ports that favoritism of the New
York Giants was slipping for the
All-Star football game at Soldier
Field Friday night.
The 24th annual All-Star con-
test, which will be televised na-
tionally (ABC at 7:30 p.m. CST),
finds the collegiate-squad seeking
its .eighth . triumph in the series
and firstsince a 30-27 verdict over
the. Cleveland Browns in 1955. The

pro chhmpions hold 14 decisions,
and two ties.were played.
Heavy work is through fore the
48-player All-Star squad, coached
by former pro mentor Curly Lam-
beau, and the battered collegians
certainly :need an ea'sy pace. No
fewer than nine players have been
injured iii practice and several of
those may see little or no service
Friday night.
Lambeau conducted an all-out
scrimmage Saturday and such
stars were banged up as fullback
Don Shinnick of UCLA; Jon Ar-
nett,- Southern California half-
back; and Paige Cothren, Missis-
sippi fullback.
Before .that, center Jerry Tubbs
of Oklahoma was sidelined with a
sprained ankle and. another cen-
ter, Mike Hudock of Miami, Fla.,
was declared out of.the game be-
cause of a knee injury.

Hanley Wis
Two AAU
Swim .Titles
Two Michigan swimmers turned,
in Joutstanding performances in
the National AAU swimming meet
last weekend at Philadelphia.
Dick Hanley, outstanding junior
freestyler, captured the 100-meter
and 200-meter events. Swimming
as a representative of the Detroit
Athletic Club, Hanley repeated as
champion, in the 106.
Cy Hopkins, also a junior, who
specializes ' in the breaststroke,
didn't win anything but lowered
the American record in the 100-
meter breaststroke with a 2:43.2
clocking in a trial heat. He was
defeated in the finals by Bob
Hughes of Manhattan Beach,
Calif.

De Vicenzo
Takes Tam
41tf Crownt
CHICAGO OP)-Roberto de Vi-
cenzo of Buenos Aires yesterday
played the last round in a close-
to-the-vest 70 for a 72-hole total
of 273 to win the $25,000 All
American golf crown by four
strokes.
The victory, Roberto's second
in five tournament starts this
year, was worth $3,500. It set up
the 220-lb. pro who now regis.
ters from Mexico City, among the
favorites in the $101,200 "World"
championship starting at Tam 0'
Shanter Thursday.
The 34-yr-old 'De Vicenzo, who
had hauled away more than $13,-
000 in his five appearances at Tam
and finished third twice, had a
cool 36-34 final round. He hooked
his 70 to previous trips of 69-64-70
for the 15-under-par 273. It was
the second lowest 72-hole tally
since the meet was. inaugurated,'
matching the 273 of Ted Kroll's
"World" card last "year- and Ben
Hogan's "World" effort of 1951.
De Vicenzo's tr4umph w a s
slightly overshadowed by the clos-
ing round of 63 by, Gene Littler
who took second money of $2,300.
This nine - under-par f i g u r e
matched the competitive record of
Lloyd Mangrum set in 1948 and
if broken would have been worth
$10,000.
Needing an eagle 2 on the last
hole to shatter the record, Littler
pulled out a wedge from about
120 yards away.,His ball hit in
front on the pin and skidded to
a stop 2 feet away. He dropped
the putt for a birdie and a round
of 33-30-63.

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lahoma and
Brodie of
med co-cap-
the College
team which-
irk Giants at
ay night.
the team on
e on offense.

DIAL NO 8-6416
ENDING TODAY
WARNER BROS. Peenft"
INGRID BERGMANf7
PERRER MARAIS,
IN JEAN.RENOIR'S
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WEDNESDAY
%THIS IS THE FUNNIEST MOVIE
OF THE YEAR!

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League Standings

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W L Pct. GB
69 35 .663 -
62 40 .608 6
56 47 .544 121,
50 52 .490 18
51 53 .490 18,
50 53 .485 18%
n 39 66 .371 30
y 36 67 .350 32.'
rERDAY'S RESULTS
eland 7, New York 2
y game scheduled.f
DAY'S SCHEDULE
on at New York (N) -
14) vs. Turley (7-3).
City at Chicago (N) --
5) vs. Keegan (7-4).
I at Detroit (N) - Mossi
unning (13-3).
t- Baltimore (N) - Nixon
doore' (7-8).

NATIONAL
St. Louis.
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

LEAGUE,
W L Pct;
62 41 .602
62 42 .595
60 44 .577
58 46 .558
57 48 .543
45 61 .425
36 66 .353
36 68 .346

LITTLE THEATRE
presents the hilarious comedy
"THE TENDER TRAP"
August 8, 9,'10
Thursday, Friday, Safirday
LITTLE, THEATRZE
New Ann Arbor High School
Curtain Time Tickets $1.50
For information, call NO 3-6198
FINAL PLAY OF THE SUMMER

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 5, New York 2
Only game scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
New York atBrooklyn (N) - Bar-
clay (4-7) vs. Podres (9-4).
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)--Jeff-
coat (8-7) vs. Spahn (10-8).
Chicago at St. Louis (N) - Rush
(1-12) vs. Jones (9-4).
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N) -
Simmons (10-7) vs. Kline (2-15).

RKIIARD AT1YTN IIIO * DENI$ PI

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