i Busts Yankee, Jinx;
ors Gain on Leaders
K-Mike Garcia beat
Yankees for the first
two years yesterday
lbroke the league-n
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
lwed with his home
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
centerfielder was a
ving the Brooks an1
unearned iun and bouncing out
to end the game with two men on
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-
.. . stops Yankees
... two AAU titles
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
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
"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-
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
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-
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.
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,
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
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'
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
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
irk Giants at
the team on
e on offense.
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