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AY, JVLY 6, 1957

T MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TARES

IY, SlYLY 6, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREX

m CCards
Redlegs Fall
T Second;
Braves Lose
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - An eleventh-inn-
ing one-out double by Joe Cun-
ningham sent Ken Boyer home
with the winning run last night
and gave the St. Louis Cardinals
a 4-3 triumph over Cincinnati and
first place in the hot National
?. League pennant race.
Boyer singled and advanced on
a sacrifice by Hal Smith to set
the stage for the run that enabled
the Cardinals to knock the Red-
legs out of the league lead.
*, * *
Cubs 7 Braves 4
MILWAUKEF - Rookie right-
hander Don Elston beat Milwau-
kee the, s-coed straight tari; and
Jerry Kinciall cracked his first
major league home run los night
as the Chicago Cubs took a 7-4
triumph over the National
League's third-place Braves.
Elston scattered eight hits as he
claimed his second victory with-
out a defeat, but needed help from
Turk Lown in the ninth.
. * *
Dodgers 6, Phillies 5
BROOKLYN - Roy Campanel-
la slammed a three-run homer off
Robin Roberts in the eighth inn-
ing last night and gave the Brook-
lyn Dodgers a 6-5 victory over
the Philadelphia Phillies.
The homer was the 23rd off
Roberts this season and cost him
his fifth straight loss.
J. Roberts, now 6-11, had survived
a shaky first inning to limit the
Dodgers 'to four hits until the
eighth.
* * *
Giants 11, Pirates 6
NEW YORK - The New York
Giants exploded for seven runs in
the sixth inning last night to
break a five-game losing streak
in an 11-6 rout of the Pittsburgh
PiFFates.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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Win,

Take

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ROY CAMPANELLA
... winning homer

MICKEY MANTLE
... 1,000 hits

SPORT SHORTS
Minus Favorite Racket,
HoadmWins Wimbledon

1.

By The Associated Press
WIMBLEDON, England - L e w
Hoad won the Wimbledon mnen's
singles title on the center court
yesterday after playing almost half
the match without his favorite
racket.
He broke a string in his racket
before leaving for Wimbledon this
morning.
A craftsman in a little shop at
Kingston - on - Thames, five miles
from Wimbledon, agreed to re-
string it.
Hoad's wife, Jennie, raced back
to Wimbledon with it. Lew had won
the first set, 6-2, and led midway
through the second. Jennie sent
the racket out with a ballboy--
and Lew raced to a straight sets
victory over Ashley Cooper of Au-
stralia.
Locke Wins British
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland-Ar-
thur D'Arcy Locke, nicknamed
"Bobby" after golf's emperor Jones,
won his fourth British Open cham-
pionship yesterday on St. Andrews
Old Course with 279 strokes, a
borrowed driver and a 25-yr.-old
putter.
The great Locke, striding up the
fairways wearing plus - fours, a
necktie and snow white shoes,
stockings and shirt, was three
strokes better ,t h a n defending
champion Peter Thomson of Au-
stralia and four strokes better than
Eric Brown, Scotland.
Cary Middlecoff of Memphis,
Tenn., America's best player in a
British Open since Ben Hogan won
at Carioustie four years ago, was
home with 289 strokes after a final
72. Middlecoff finished in 14th
place. Frank Stranahan, the other
American who played the last day,
also had a final 72 for a 291 total.
Thomson had won three British
Opens in a row.
* * *
Jaffe, Erickson Advance
Top-seeded Mark Jaffe and
third-seeded John Erickson of
Kalamazoo both advanced to the
semi-finals of the Michigan State
Men's closed tennis tournament at
Kalamazoo College's Stowe Sta-
dium yesterday.
Both men were stars of Michi-
gan's tennis team this year, each
winning an individual champion-
ship in the Big Ten finals at
Evanston. In addition, the two
teamed in winning the number-two
doubles championship.

Jaffe, who is defending titlist
from Bay City, defeated John Cook
of Kalamazoo, 6-3, 6-2, and will
meet Dick Leslie today.
Erickson turned back Jim Farrell
of Kalamazoo, 6-1, 3-6, 6-0.
The Wolverines are also remain-
ing in the doubles. Jaffe and Leslie
won their quarter-final match as
did Erickson and his partner, Cook.
* * *
Coe Shoots 60
OKLAHOMA C I T Y - Charlie
Coe, of Oklahoma City, captain of
the 1957 United States Walker Cup
team, established a course record
for the Oklahoma City Golf and
Country Club course yesterday,
shooting an 11 under par 60.
Coe's performance bettered by
two strokes the record formerly
held jointly by touring pros Gene
Littler and Bo Wininger.
* * *
'Frick Re-Election Seen
NEW YORK-Baseball Commis-
sioner Ford Frick is expected to be
re-elected for another seven-yr.
term at the joint meeting of the
major leagues to be held Tuesday
at "St. Louis.
Frick's first term does not ex-
pire until Sept. 21, 1958, but, under
baseball law, the leagues must give
notice of ther intentions a maxi-
mum of 18 months or a minimum
of 12 months before expiration.
The commissioner's salary ids $65,-
000 per year.

anks Keep
Three-Game
AL Margin
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-The New York
Yankees rallied for two runs
against Bud Byerly in the tenth
inning last night to defeat Wash-
ington, 5-3, and preserve their
three-game lead over Chicago.
Art Ditmar, who got Roy Siev-
ers to hit into a double play with
the bases loaded and one out in
the ninth inning, picked up his
fourth win in relief.
Pete Ramos, who started for the
Senators, owned a three-hit shut-
out for seven innings but the Yan-
kees clipped him for four straight
singlesin the eighth to take a
3-2 lead.
Harry Simpson started the up-
rising against Ramos with a single
and Tony Kubak, Gil McDougald
and Mickey Mante also singled to,
score two runs.
Mantle's single was the 1,000th
hit of his major league career and
moved McDougald to third. He
scored when Bill Skowron ground-
ed out.
White Sox 14, Indians 4
CHICAGO-Home runs by Earl
Torgeson, Jim Rivera and Les
Moss last night spiraled the Chi-
cago White Sox to their biggest
scoring spree of the season - a
14-4 victory over the Clevcland
Indians before a crowd of 38,744.
The defeat dropped the Tribe to
fourth place, but the second-place
Sox failed to dent New York's
three-game margin.
Tigers 8, Athletics 4
DETROIT - Righthander Jim
Bunning survived three early
home run blasts and recorded his
10th pitching triumph last night
in the Detroit Tigers' 8-4 victory
over the Kansas City Athletics.
Red Sox 7, Orioles 5
BOSTON - Boston infielders
Billy Klaus and Frank Malzone
guided the Red Sox to a 7-5 vic-
tory over Baltimore last night.
Gus Triandos homered twice for
the Orioles.
The Red Sox broke through the
Orioles' Billy Loes for three runs
in the sixth inning which decided
the outcome.

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Record Sale
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$3.98 and $4.98 values, only $2.98.
Major labels represented
205 E. Liberty Phone NO 2-0675
211 S. State Phone NO 8-9013
LIBERTY MUSIC SHOPS
Closed Sot. at 1 P.M. during July-Aug.
1X3
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)C9
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PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH aquariums and sup-
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shipment of tropical plants just ar-
rived.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty e 03-0224
(Open daily except Thursday)
)TI
USED CARS
1937 OLDS for sale. A-1 condition in-
side & out. Call NO 2-7640. )N2
BUrINESS SERVICES
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224Nickles Arcade.
)J2
WASHINGS Also ironing separately.
Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and de-
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FOR SALE
SHORT SLEEVE sport shirts, $1.75, 2
for $3.00. Washable. Assorted colors.
SAM'S STORE
Phone NO 3-8611
122 East Washington
)B2
TRANSPORTATION
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
for Avis Rent a Car
from Friday, 5 P.M. to Monday 9 A.M.
$10 plus $.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.
12, nearly new. Reasonable.
Rent A Car
514 E. Washington St:
Phone NO 3-4156
) G2
WANTED: SOMEONE to share driv-
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PHOTO SUPPLIES
Exposure Meter Value
THE "METAR"
with Booster Cell & Cases
Reg. $14.95 NOW $9.95
THE QUARRY INC.
320 So. State St. NO 3-1991
)D3
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EUROPEAN CARS
We service all foreign cars.
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
TIRE SALE
Prices slashed
Big trade-in for used tires
Fully Guaranteed
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the best price on new & used tires.
Road service -- mechanic on duty.
You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
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ROOM AND BOARD
SUMMER ACCOMMODATIONS avail-
able at law fraternity for all stu-
dents. T.V. and cool rooms. $1.00 per
day. On Hill and Forest. Call Don
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TWO MEALS, $2 per day, five days a
week-Mon. - Fri. Call Stuart Powell,
at Phi Kappa Tau, corner Hill and
Tappan. NO 3-8581. )E2
ROOM AND BOARD for summer. Very
reasonable. Room $6 per week. Board
3 meals daily, $2.30. 5 days per week.
For information call Al Szemborski,
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MORE FUN THAN
A BARREL OF MONKEYS!
PLAY MINI GOLF
The Modern Miniature Golf Game
Ypsi-Ann Golf Course Next to
Ypsi-Ann Drive-In Theater

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MARIAN MERCER
ROBERT LOGAN
in
"BORN
YESTERDAY"
LITTLE THEATRE
New Ann Arbor High School
July 4, 5, 6
Box Office NO 3-6198
Curtain Time 8:30 P.M.

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Major Leagp
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
New York 49 26 .653 -
Chicago 46 29 .613 3
Boston 41 36 .532 9
Cleveland 39 35 .527 914
Detroit 38 38 .500 111'
Baltimore 36 38 .486 12'
Kansas City 28 46 .378 201'
Washington 25 54 .316 26
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 5, Washington 3 (10 innings)
Chicago 14, Cleveland 4
Boston 7, Baltimore 5
Detroit 8, G(ansas City 4
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
New York at Washington - Kucks
(5-6) vs. Kemmerer (2-5).
Cleveland at Chicago-Lemon (5-6)
vs. Pierce (11-6).
Kansas City at Detroit (N) - Terry
(2-3) vs. Lary (4-10).
Baltimore at Boston -- Johnson
(6-6) vs. Sullivan (7-5).

rte Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 43 31 .581 -
Cincinnati 44 33 .571 ?
Milwaukee 43 33 .566 1
Brooklyn 41 33 .554 2
Philadelphia 39 34 .534 3'
New York 36 40 .474 8
Chicago 25 44 .362 151
Pittsburgh 26 49 .347 17%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 3 (11 innings)
Chicago 7, Milwaukee 4
Brooklyn 6, Philadelphia 5
New York 11, Pittsburgh 6
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Cincinnati at St. Louis - Lawrence
(9-4) vs. Dickson (4-2).
Chicago at Milwaukee (N) - Drott
(7-7) vs. Spahn (8-6).
Philadelphia at Brooklyn -- Sanford
(9-2) vs. Drysdale (6-5)-
Pittsburgh at New York - Law
(4-4) vs. Barclay (4-6).

Ends Tonight
Late Show Starts at Midnight
ALL IN COLOR
Robert Wagner in
True Story of Jesse James
MacDonald Carey
in ODONGO
Starts Sunday
Westward Ho The Wagons
12 Angry Men

Ends Tonite
Late Show Starts at Midnight
FRED MacMURRAY in
AT GUNPOINT-in color
Jack Palance & Ed Albert
in ATTACK
Starts Sunday
This Could Be The Night
True Story of Jesse James

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The NEW WHRV
Presents

AT LAST... SHOCKING STORY
OF THE AFRICAN MAU-MAU!
THE BEST-SELLING NOVEL
COMES TO THE SCREEN!
Stawring
ROCK HUDSON
DA NA WYNTER
SIDNEY POITIER
j y Wendy with Juano
HILLER -"HERNANDEZ
s, William MARSHALL
"SENOR DROOPY"

The "Headless Horseman"

LATE SHOW TONIGHT AT 1 P.M.

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