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WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1957
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ST. LOUIS (JP)-Jim Bunning, a
lanky Detroit righthander with a
shiny 10-2 record, will start today's
All-Star game for the 'American
League against Curt 'Simmons,
Philadelphia's rejuvenated left-
handed ace.
Manager Casey Stengel selected
Bunning over Billy Loes of Balti-
more among his righthanders after
learning that Cleveland's Early
Wynn had pitched Sunday. This
is Bunning's first All-Star game.
Stengel said he "would have
possibly pitched Wynn" if he had
not worked Sunday and he sound-
ed off against the practice of using
All-Star pitchers as starters in the
weekend before the game.
"No All-Star pitcher should be
permitted to start in the last two
playing days before the game," he
said. "You pick your pitchers a
week ahead and they pitch them
a day ahead."
NL Trails
The National League, still trail-
ing 13-10 in the series, has won
six of the last seven games and
Stengel has lost five of six.
Walter Alston of Brooklyn was a
late starter from New York and
didn't arrive in time for the ,usual
news conference at which lineups
are disclosed. Dave Grote, Na-
tional League Service Bureau
chief, announced Simmons as the
starter.
Simmons has pitched in two All-
Star games, starting in 1952, the
year rain halted play after five
innings at Philadelphia.
With St. Louis bug - eyed over
baseball, due to the Cardinals
sprint, all tickets for the Busch
The Lineups
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Starting line-
ups and batting orders for today's
All-Star game at Busch Stadium,
with uniform numbers, batting av-
erages and pitching records:
AMERICAN
7 Harvey Kuenn, Detroit, ss-.256
2 Nellie Fox, Chicago, 2b-.324
6 Al Kaline, Detroit, rf-.283
7 Mickey Mantle, New York, cf--
.369
9 Ted Williams, Boston, if-.343
23 Vic Wertz, Cleveland, lb-.295
8 Yogi Berra, New York, C-.232
3 George Kell, Baltimore, sb--.281
14 Jim Bunning, Detroit, p-10-2
'NATIONAL
16 Johnny Temple, Cincinnati, 2b
-,292
447Henry Aaron, Milwaukee, rf-
.347
6 Stan Musial, St. Louis, Ib-.341
24 Willie Mays, New York, cf-.308
20 Frank Robinson, Cincinnati,
Hf-.312
6 Ed Bailey, Cincinnati, c--.297
12 Don Hoak, Cincinnati,3b--.292
11 Roy McMillan, Cincinnati, ss-
.246
28 Curt Simmons, Philadelphia,
p--S-4

Stadium game were gobbled up
long ago. A capacity crowd of 31,-
000 was assured.
Sun Predicted
The weatherman predicted a
sunny afternoon with temperatures
in the 80's by game time, scheduled
for 1:30 p.m. If thundershowers
should force a postponement, the
game would be played at 8 p.m.
today.
The radio and television people
(NBC) who pay 3% million dollars
for the All-Star and World Series
each year under a new contract,
will beam the game from coast to
coast. Sixty percent of the radio-
TV cash and the estimated receipts
of $125,000 go to the player pension
fund.
Simmons, the 27-yr.-old Phil,
has an 8-4 record in his second
good year of a "comeback" after
shoulder trouble threatened to end
his career two springs ago.
Antonelli Possibility
Alston didn't name a second
pitcher but Johnny Antonelli of
New York (7-7) was a possibility.
The National has one more left-
hander, Warren Spahn of Milwau-
kee (8-7), and righthanders Jack
Sanford of the Phils (10-2), Larry
Jackson of St. Louis (10-4) and
Lew Burdette of Milwaukee (6-6).
Jackson and Burdette pitched Sun-
day, Also available is Brooklyn's
bullpen ace, Clem Labine (3-5).
After Bunning, the American
probably will use Loes (9-4) with
lefthanders Bill Pierce of Chicago
(12-6) and Bobby Shantz of New
York (9-1) primed for later duty.
Stengel said he might use 37-yr.-
old Wynn (11-10) an inning if
needed. Don Mossi, Cleveland
lefty (6-2), also pitched Sunday.
Bob Grim, Yankee reliefer (8-3)
is a bullpen possibility.
Without realizing it, Stengel
threw a little more fuel on the
fire resulting from the Cincinnati
voting splurge when he named
Bunning from the greater Cincin-
nati area (Carrolton, Ky.) to han-
dle the Cincinnati-dominated Na-
tional starting lineup.
Five Redlegs
Five Redlegs start for Alston
and there would have been more
if Commissioner Ford Frick
hadn't picked Stan Musial of St.
Louis for first base, Hank Aaron
of Milwaukee for right field and
Willie Mays of New York for cen-
ter. Musial won anyhow under the
fan vote but the others would have
given way to Cincinnati's Gus Bell
and Wally Post. Alston later se-
lected Bell to his 25-man squad.
Stengel went to a righthander
because Musial and catcher Ed
Bailey of Cincinnati are the only
lefthanded starters for the Na-
tional.

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CASEY STENGEL
. . Americans' mastermind
National .

YOGI BERRA
. ,. catcher

AL KALINE
... right field

MICKEY MANTLE HARVEY KUENN
... center field ... shortstop

NELSON FOX
... second base

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WALTER ALSTON
... Nationals' pilot

STAN MUSIAL DON HOAK
..first base ... third base

CURT SIMMONS FRANK ROBINSON
...pitcher ...left field

ROY MaoMILLAN
...shortstop

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Brewster Boys 20, Anthropology 14
Astronomy 9, Sun Tans 8
Chemistry "A" 23, Pharmacology 0
Psychology "A" 4, Hurons 1
Bacteriology 17, Philosophy 0
Hornets 28, CMS Srs. 10

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By The Associated Press
KALAMAZOO - Jon Erickson
of Kalamazoo has replaced Michi-
gan teammate Mark Jaffe of Bay
City as the state men's closed ten-
nis tournament singles champion,
but he had to go some to do it.
Erickson and Jaffe battled it
out for threehand a half hours
Sunday for the best three-of-five
sets, which Erickson won, 6-3,
10-8, 3-6, 1-6, 8-6.
Erickson, a 19-yr. old junior,
who played with Jaffe on Michi-
gan's NCAA championship tennis
team this spring, is one of the
youngest players to win the singles
title.
' The doubles title went to Jaffe
and Dick Leslie of Battle Creek.

Hoad Turns Pro
NEW YORK - Australia's Lew
Hoad signed a two-year $125,000
professional tennis contract with
promoter Jack Kramer yesterday,
setting off fireworks on two con-
tinents.
In Australia, the tennis brass,
stung by the sudden development,
took measures to bar Kramer's
troupe from the leading Austral-
ian tennis centers such as White
City in Sydney and Kooyong in
Melbourne.
In Los Angeles, the undisputed
champion of the pros, big Pancho
Gonzales, threatened to boycott
pro tournaments at Forest Hills,
N.Y., and Los Angeles because of
the inclusion of Hoad. "They'll
hurt the gate of our tour," he said.

Frick Re-elected
ST. LOUIS-Major league own-
ers re-elected Ford Frick for a
second seven-yr. term as baseball
commissioner yesterday by unani-
mous vote.
The 62-yr.-old Frick was called
into the joint meeting of the
American and National leagues
for congratulations after the 20-
minute session and said later "all
I want to say is thanks."
Organization
Notices
Cercle Francais: Weekly meeting,
Tuesday, July 9, in the Michigan
League at 8:00 p.m. TV film on the
"French Concept of Liberty", followed
by discussion. All welcome.

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Personnel Requests.
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