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T'8E MI GAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JVLY 3. 1957

Redlegs Move Into First;

White Sox, Yankees Win

Card Rookie Stops Braves
As Cincinnati Downs Cubs

U.S. GALS PREVAIL:
American Trio Makes
Wimbledon Semi-Finals

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By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - Von McDaniel,
18-yr.-old bonus rookie, pitched
six innings of perfect no-hit ball
last night and then lost his magic,
but the St. Louis Cardinals went
on to knock Milwaukee out of
first place, 4-2.
The Milwaukee loss boosted
Cincinnati into first place, half a
game ahead of the Braves.
Redlegs 8, Cubs 6
CHICAGO - The Cincinnati
Redlegs, after blowing an early
five-run lead fashioned on Wally
Post's grand slam homer, battled
from behind yesterday for an 8-6
victory in 10 innings over the Chi-
cago Cubs.
White Sox 4, Tigers 2
DETROIT - Southpaw Billy
Pierce pitched a five-hitter yes-
terday for his 11th victory and
Larry Doby cracked a three-run
homer in a 4-2 Chicago White Sox
triumph over the Detroit Tigers.
Pierce, who failed in four pre-
vious tries for victory number 11,
became the American League's
biggest winner with an 11-6 mark.
Yankees 6, Orioles 4
BALTIMORE -- Gil McDoug-

ald's two-run double in the 11th
inning yesterday enabled the New
York Yankees to beat the Balti-
more Orioles, 6-4, and rack up
their 17th victory in 20 games.
Dodgers 6, Giants 0
NEW YORK - Forty-yr.-old
Sal Maglie, pitching for the first
time since Memorial Day, fired a
four-hitter last night as the
Brooklyn Dodgers blanked the
New York Giants, 6-0.
It was Maglie's third victory.
Out with a sore thumb since he
madedhis last appearance, Maglie
retired his ex-mates in order in
six of the nine innings and did
not permit a runner to reach
third.
Red Sox 2, Senators 1
BOSTON -- Boston made the
most of its meager ration of three
hits to nip Washington, 2-1, yes-
terday on Sammy White's sacri-
fice fly.
The victory moved the Red Sox
.005 points ahead of idle Cleveland
into third place in the American
League.

BILLY PIERCE WALLY POST
... 11-game winner ... grand slam
Stranahan British Open Threat

WIMBLEDON, England VP) -
America's all-conquering tennis
trio of Althea Gibson, Darlene
Hard and Dorothy Head Knode
swept into the Wimbledon semi-
finals yesterday and only a 16-yr.
old British amazon remained to
challenge the Yankee juggernaut.
The top-seeded Miss Gibson of
New York brushed past pretty
Sandra Reynolds of South Africa,
6-3, 6-4: Miss Hard, the 21-yr.
old Montebello, Calif., waitress,
seeded fifth, upset second-seeded
Louise Brough of Beverly Hills,
Calif., 6-2, 6-2, while Mrs. Knode
of Forest Hills. N.Y., eliminated
tiny Rosa Maria Reyes of Mexico,
6-4, 6-0.
Joining them in the round of

four was Christine Truman, the
6' 16-yr.-old unseeded powerhouse
from Woodford, England, partici-
pating in her first Wimbledon
tournament.
Miss Truman, poker-faced and
hitting like a man, defeated Mrs.
Betty Rosenquist Pratt of Jamai-
ca, 9-7, 5-7. 6-4.
Plays Miss Gibson
Miss Truman, the youngest girl
for more than 25 years to reach
the semifinals, will meet Miss
Gibson tomorrow while Miss Hard
tangles withMrs. Knode.
America's main interest in the
71st Wimbledon Championships
lies in the women's singles play,
since all its men were eliminated
in the quarterfinals Monday.

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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland VP) -
Frank Stranahan led a four-man
American contingent into the
main part of the British Open
Golf Championship yesterday as
Cary Middlecoff barely qualified
after two nights of hay fever and
practically no sleep.
Middlecoff's two-dlay total of
148 let him qualify by the hair-
raising margin of one stroke.
Stranahan, who won the 1950
British Amateur on the Old
Course and played for the Walk-
er Cup here in 1947, shot a two-
under-par 70 :n it yesterday and

his 141 total made him the only
American to threaten the quali-
fying leaders.
The 141 bracket included Nor-
man Sutton of England, the first
day le'der.

Psychology "A" 8, Chemistry "A" 1
Pharmacology 15, Philosophy 2
Brewster Boys 12, Sun Tans 2
Astronomy "B" 12, Conservation Srs. 3
Hornets 17, Anthropology 1
Hurons 11, Bacteriology 10

Pill-Pushers 8, Sociology 7
VRC 23, Auto Lab 22
Hardrocks 19, Chemistry -"B" 1
TV 22, Ghosts 13
Cooley 22, Med Sox 7
Bump's Boys 17, Cooley House 10

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Placement Notices
The following schools have listed va-
cancies on their teaching staffs with
the Bureau of Appointments for the
1957-58 school year. They will not be
in to interview at this time.
Algonac, Michigan - Elementary
(2nd, 5th, 6th.)
Arlington Heights, Illinois - Elemen-
tary (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th); Jr. High
LanguBerkley, Michigan - Elementary (1st,
2nd, 5th, 6th); High School Librarian;.
Special Education (Mental Retarded).
Bucyrus, Ohio - Latin/Spanish or
Latin/French.
Chicago 10, Illinois-Spanish/French;
Elementary (2nd).
East Lansing, Michigan - Social Stu-
dies; Sr. High English.
Evanston, Illinois -- Jr. High Mathe-
matics; Jr. High Music; Elementary Vo-
cal Music; Elementary (2nd); Mathe-
matics/Home Economics.
Flint, Michigan -- Elementary (2nd).
Grand Rapids, Michigan - Elemen-
tary.
Glen Ellyn, Illinois - Elementary.
Hart, Michigan - Vocal Music; U.S.
History and Government/Jr. High bas-
ketball and High School baseball.
Hazel Crest, Illinois - Elementary
(3rd, 4th); Special Education (Speech
Correction).
Inkster, Michigan-Early Elementary.
Lake Zurich, Illinois - 6th grade/
Language Arts (7th); 4th grade.
Long Islrand, New York - Jr. High
Vocal Music; Girls' Physical Education;
Intermediate grade teacher.
Melvindale, Michigan - Elementary
(Kdg., 1st).
Newhall, California - General Sci-
ence; Health/Science; Basic 8th grade
(English, Reading, Spelling, Penman-
ship, History, and Geography); Spanish:
Homemaking; Agriculture (Wayside
Honor Rancho-prison).
North Chicago, Illinois - Business
Education/English.
Pinckney, Michigan - Driver Train-
ing; Science:; Commercial; History;
English.

Pontiac, Michigan-Vocal Music; In-
dustrial Arts (General Shop); Auto
Mechl nics; Elementary; Special Edu-
cation (Speech Correction)
South Orange and Maplewood, New
Jersey - Jr. High Vice Principal: In-
dustrial Arts; General Science; Boys'
Physical Education/Asst. Coach for ma-
jor sports; French/Latin; Developmen-
tal reading; Elementary (5th,. 6th, Re-
medial work).
Tawas, Michigan - English/Speech.
Urbana, Ohio - Elementary (2nd,
4th, 5th).
Vicksburg, Michigan - Mathematics/
Asst. Coach; Spanish/English/Social
Science; Elementary (2nd, 6th).
Wailed Lake, Michigan - Sr. High
English.
Warren, Michigan -- Kdg., 1st, 4th,
5th, 6th, 7th.
Wayne, Michigan -- Mathematics/
General Science; Elementary.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments. 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, Normandy 3-1511
Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
Bielfield Public Relations Agency,
Detroit, Mich., has openings for two
girls with degrees in Journalism or
EnglIsh. One position involves editing
the agency magazine, "Where," which
is made up for the visitor to Detroit.
"Where" has offices in Chicago, Cleve-
land and New York also. The other
position concerns publicity work and
public relations.

San Diego County, Calif., announces
an opening for Junior Civil Engineer.
City of Saint Louis, Michigan, is in
need of an Electrical Engineer for Mu-
nicipal. Electric Utility. Diesel genera-
tion or electric distribution experience
would be helpful. The city would also
consider an engineer with another op-
tion if he had electrical experience.
Hamilton, Ohio, is interested in find-
ing an Architect, Landscape Arch. or
Civil Engr. for the position of Planning
Commissioner.
For further information contac the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg. ext. 3371.
Organization
Notices
Congregational and Disciples Student
Guild; discussion, The World's Great
Religions: "Islam"-Muhammad Ghaly
from Egypt will be the resource per-
son, 7:15 p.m., July 3rd, Guild House,
524 Thompson.
Hillel: Friday evening services, 7:30,
July 5th, Speaker following services -
Michael Bentwich of Israel, "Reflec-
tions on the Story of Balock".
Hillel: Mixer - dancing and refresh-
ments, free, 7:30, Sunday, July 7th at
Hillel.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
New York 46 25 .648 -
Chicago 44 27 .620 2
Boston 39 34 .534 8
Cleveland 37 33 .529 8/
Detroit 36 36 .500 70Y2
Baltimore , 34 37 .479 12
Kansas City 26 44 .371 191A
Washington 25 51 .329 2314'
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Baltimore 4 (11 innings)
Chicago 4, Detroit 2
Boston 2, Washington 1
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Chicago at Kansas City -- Dono-
van (8-2) vs. Morgan (3-5).
Detroit at Cleveland - Maas (7-6)
vs. Mossi (5-2).
Boston at New York -- Brewer (9-6)
vs. Turley (3-2).
Washington at Baltimore (N) -"
Heise (0-1) vs. Moore (4-5).

Cincinnati
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

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43 31
42 31
40 30
39 32
37 33
35 38
23 42
24 47

Pet.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 4, Milwaukee 2
Cincinnati 8, Chicago 6
Brooklyn 6, New York 0
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
St. Louis at Chicago - Jackson
(9-4) vs. Poholsky (1-3).
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N) -
Burdette (5-5) vs. Jeffcoat (7-5).
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