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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1957

T , 311CHIG:' N DAILY

rAGL TIMES

WEDNESDAY, JUNI~ 26,1957 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGZ T1IRE~

White

Sox

Rega in

irst

Win,2-1, as Yankees Lose;
Tigers Victors in Tenth
4

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Summer
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Announced
By FRED KATZ
An interesting and lively sports

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON - A towering two-
run homer by Walt Dropo carried
the Chicago White Sox to a 2-1
victory over Boston last night as
veteran Bob Keegan limited the
> Red Sox to six hits.
The White Sox moved back into
the American League lead as
r Cleveland whipped the New York
Yankees, 11-2.
* * *
Indians 11, Yankees 2
NEW YORK - Cleveland's
third-place Indians boomed two
home runs, one Rocky Colavito's
first grand-slammer, for an 11-2
victory last night that plunked
the New York Yankees out of the
American League lead with their
worst whipping of the season.
* * *
Tigers 7, Senators 4
WASHINGTON - Detroit bat-
tied back from a 4-0 deficit to de-
feat Washington, 7-4; in 10 in-
nlings last night.
The Tigers splurged for three
runs in the tenth off Truman
y Clevenger after Charley Maxwell
kept Detroit in contention earlier
with a pair of successive home
runs off Pete Ramos.
** *
Dodgers 2, Braves 0
MILWAUKEE - Rookie south-
paw Danny McDevitt of Brooklyn
' allowed only four singles last
night as the Dodgers clipped loser
Lew Burdette for three singles and
a homer, defeating the Milwaukee
Braves, 2-0.
Cubs 5, Pirates 3
CHICAGO -- The Chicago
Cubs moved. out of last place by
eight percentage points yesterday
with p? 5-3 victory over the Pitts-
burgh Pirates fashioned entirely
on home runs.
Redlegs 3, Giants 2
CINCINNATI - Ted Kluszew-

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Orioles 5, Athletics 0
BALTIMORE - Billy Loes,I
former sore-armed Brooklyn Dod-
ger and now the ace of the Balti-
more Orioles' pitching staff, hurl-
ed perfect ball for 51/3 innings and
went on to blank the Kansas City
Athletics, 5-0, last night on three
hits.
SPORT SHORTS:
Feller Hits
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-Bob Feller, the{
famous right-hander, aimed verb-1
al fireballs at baseball club owners
yesterday, saying they have been
"arrogant" at times and con-
sidered journeymen players asl
"pawns."1
Feller, who blazed new strikeout
records into the books before he
retired last year, told the House1
Antitrust subcommittee baseballj
employers need to change theirs
outlook or they will "surely hurt"1
the game.t
Feller testified that baseballc
should be placed under the anti-
trust and Taft-Hartley laws, with
exceptions to protect a "modified"
reserve clause and franchise rights.
Feller said it's "a joke" to hear
baseball officials take credit for the1
pension program. He insisted it
resulted from "a bitter struggle1
by the players against the owners1
and league officials."
In his turn as a witness, Ameri-
can League President William;

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WALT DROPO BOB KEEGAN
... batting hero .. . pitching hero

All games begin at 6:30 p.m. and
are played on the six South Ferry
Owners for 'A ogance Field diamonds. Umpires for the
contests are very much in de-
_ __mand and they will receive $2.00
Harridge contended one of the Adcock broke his leg while slid- Ifor each game they work.
owners first suggested a pension ing into second base.e 'The season's schedule will start
plan "and that started the nego-BFrick's action will allow the j dwith a full slate of games next
nego-ns."Monday.
"Braves to call up another player
* * i to fill the team's roster. Adcock Riskey has assured that the
Feller Gets Baseballs will be out for six to eight weeks. women have not been forgotten.
WASHINGTON - Bob -Feller's There will be co-recreation swim-
bonus when he signed with Cleve- ming and other activities every
land, he told Congress yesterday, Tighe Blasts Tigers Wednesday from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
was three autographed baseballs. WASHINGTON-Detroit Tigers For the individual, whether he
The retired strikeout record manager Jack Tighe, steaming I excels or just participates, will be
holder, appearing before the House over six losses in seven starts, said all-campus tournaments in sports
Antitrust subcommittee, was asked yesterday his players are going to such as paddleball, handball. ten-
whether he had been a "bonus "wake up and play the kind of ball nis and badminton. Here is an ex-
baby," when he went direct to they're capable of" or face stiff cellent opportunity to see just
Cleveland to start his baseball fines, where you stand in your particu-
career at 17. Tighe, in town with his tamed lar skill in comparison with oth-
"I guess so," Feller grinned. "I Tigers to begin a series last night ers, and also a chance to get
got three autographed baseballs." with the Washington Senators, away from those books for a few
told a reporter he gave his players hours.
AdUock on Disabled List a dressing down after the Balti- One tournament that always
MILWAUKEE-The Milwaukee more Orioles humbled them Mon- proves popular is the golf medal-
Braves announced yesterday that day night, 6-0. play. Riskey said that everyone
first baseman Joe Adock, who He said that the team has been entered would shoot a qualifying
the Phhisdria Phillies last Sun- complacent." round, and then the players would
Asked if he had gotten any re- be placed in Flights according to
day, has been placed on the dis- actione t e theirabilities
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Miss Gibson Triumphs at Winmbledon

sought to play down any motion the plans for each tourney by next
of a deep split between him anld week, and thus requests that all
the team, saying every bail club persons interested in any of the
lets up now and then. meets get in touch with the Sports
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WIMBLEDON, England (/P) -
Top-seeded Althea Gibson of New
York played spottily yesterday-
but led a list of eight American
men and seven women through
victorious opening matches in the
rain-splattered Wimbledon Tennis
Championships.
Tops Hungarian
The tall Harlem girl struggled
to a 6-4, 6-4 second-round triumph
over Suzi Koermoeczy of Hungary,
one of the best Iron Curtain play-
ers.
Miss Oibson, unsmiling and
plainly worried, foot-faulted,
double-faulted and overshot the
lines repeatedly but experience
brought her through.
It was a banner day, generally,
for the Yanks.
Seventh-seeded Herbie Flam
trounced Paul Blondel of Switzer-
land, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5.
The Beverly Hills, Calif., Davis
Cup performer was joined in the
second round by the veteran Gard-
nar Mulloy of Denver, Mike Green
of Miami, Pablo Eisenberg of#
Maplewood, N. J., Sidney Schwartz
of Long Beach, N. Y., John Lesch

.,

and John Cranston, both of Los
Angeles and Harry Buttimer of
San Francisco.
American women, who have
dominated Wimbledon tennis for
20 years, showed no signs of slack-
ening their grip as six others be-
sides Miss Gibson won first and
second-round matches.
Louise Brough of Beverly Hills,
Calif., a four-time Wimbledon
winner, advanced to the third
round on a bye and an easy 6-2,
6-0 victory over Mrs. Mary Haw-
ton of Australia.
Other Winners
Other winners were Miriam
Mimi Arnold, the junior girls
champion from Redwvood City.
Calif., pretty Karo Fageros of
Miami; Betty Pratt of Jamaica
and South Orange, N. J.; Mrs.
Dorothy Dead Knode of Alameda,
Calif., and Darlene Hard, Monte-
bello, Calif.
American casualties were re-
markably few. Crew-cut Gil Shea,
of Los Angeles, the country's
ninth-ranked, was beaten by Roy

Emerson of Australia, 8-6, 6-3,1
6-1.
Yesterday's program was mark-I
ed by occasional showers and thel
grass courts were slippery and l
hazardous.

provoked his wrath or to name
any players involved.
The Detroit pilot said he ad-
dressed his remarks to the entire
team although he doesn't consider
all the players equally guilty.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 39 23 .629 -
New York 39 24 .619 ?
Cleveland 35 28 .556 414
Detroit 34 31 .523 6'
Boston 33 32 .508 71,i
Baltimore 30 34 .469 10
Kansas City 25 39 .391 15
Washington 22 46 .324 20
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 2, Boston 12
. Cleveland 11, New York 2
Detroit 7, Washington 4 (10 innings)
Baltimore 5, Kansas City 0
TODAY'S GAME'S
Detroit atV ashington (N) - Bun-
ning (7-2) vs. Stobbs (1-11).
Kansas City at Baltimore (N) -
Portocarrero (3-2) vs. Johnson (5-6).
Cleveland at New York - Lemon
(5-4) vs. Kucks (4-6),
Chicago at Boston - Wilson (7-4)
vs. Nixon (5-3).

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 36 26 .581 -
Cincinnati 38 28 .576 -
Philadelphia 35 28 .556 11
Milwaukee 36 29 .554 1
Brooklyn 35 29 .547 2
New York 30 35 .462 71
Chicago 21 37 .362 13
Pittsburgh 23 42 .354 143
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 3, New York 2
Brooklyn 2, Milwaukee 0
Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 3
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2) - Law
(3-3) and Kline (2-11) vs. Drabowsky
(4-6) and Poholsky (1-2).
New York at Cincinnati (N) .-
Gomez (9-5) vs. Nuxhall (2-4).
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N) - New-
combe (7-6) vs. Trowbridge (2-1).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N) -
Simmons (6-3) vs. L. McDaniel (7-3).

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