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AY, JULY 16, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Phd
hils
Burke May
AMiss .PGA;
Wrist Hurt
DAYTON, Ohio (M)--Defending
champion Jack Burke, Jr. said
he'll be forced to withdraw from
the PGA Golf Tournament unless
his injured wrist improves by to-
morrow's teeoff time.
"Every time I hit the ball a
sharp pain runs ;hrough my left
arm," the titleholder from Kame-
sha Lake, N.Y., said. "I'll.rest to-
day. Tomorrow I'll go out and hit
some. If I can hit the ball off the
tee, I'll play. Otherwise, I'm out."
: Idled for Month
Burke, idled for a month by ag-
gravated tendons in his right
hand which forced him to quit
after 36 holes :n the National
Open at Toledo, injured his left
hand in an accident at his home
in Houston. He slipped while com-
ing down the embankment of a
creek and hurt his left hand in
breaking the fall.
He played an 18-hole exhibition
here Sunday with his hand badly
swollen, shooting a wild 75. Yes-
terday morning he took whirlpool
and electronic treatments and
rested the hand on doctor's orders.
Under the PGA format, a field
of 128 touring and home pros tees
off in the opening round tomor-
row morning. Double rounds of
elininations are scheduled Thurs-
day and Friday with 36-hole semi-
finals Saturday and 36-hole finals
Sunday.
Eight ex-champions, not includ-
ing Burke, are in the field. They
include Sam Snead, a three-time
winner (1942, 1949, 1951), Denny
Shute (1936-37), Vic Ghezzi
(1941), Chandler Harper (1950),
Jim Turnesa (1952), Walt Bur-
kemo (1953), Chick Harbert
(1954) and Doug Ford (1955).
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Mqjor League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York 54 28 .659
Chicago 51 31 .622
Boston 44 40 .524
Cleveland 43 40 .518
Detroit 42 41 .506
Baltimore 39 43 .476
Kansas City 31 51 .378
Washington 28 58 .326

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 10, Kansas City 3
Only game scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
New York at Detroit (N) - Turley
(4-2) vs. Lary (4-11).
Baltimore at Chicago (N) -- Moore
(5-6) vs. Wilson (9-5).
Washington at Cleveland (N)--Hyde
(2-3) vs. Wynn (11-10).
Boston at Kansas City (N) -- For-
nieles (5-8) vs. Trucks (7-2).

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Philadelphia 48 35 .578 -
St. Louis 47 35 .573 12
Milwaukee 47 37 .560 112
Brooklyn 45 36 .556 2
Cincinnati 46 38 .548 212
New York 39 44 .470 9
Pittsburgh 30 54 .357 18Y
Chicago 27 50 .351 18
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 2
Brooklyn 20, Milwaukee 4
New York 5, Chicago
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
St. Louis at Brooklyn (N) -- L.
McDaniel (8-5) vs. McDevitt (3-1).
Cincinnati at New York (N)-Jeff-
coat (8-6) vs. Gomez (10-8).
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N) --
Spahn (9-7) vs. Haddix (8-5).
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) -- Rush
(1-8) vs. Friend (6-10).

Place
Dodgers Run
Over Braves
Philadelphia Rookie
Defeats Cardinals F
By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - The unpre-
d i c t a b l e Philadelphia Phillies
vaulted, into first place in the Na-
tional League last night with
prize rookie Jack Sanford pitching
a 6-2 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals.s
Sanford yielded only five hits in
chalking up his 12 victory against
two defeats, the best record in the
league.
Philadelphia banged out six hits
including a two-run homer by
Willie Jones and a two-run double
by Granny Hamner.
* *
Dodgers 20, Braves 4
BROOKLYN-Brooklyn's Dodg-
ers had themselves ;a ball last
night, rapping five home runs,
two by Charlie Neal, and rolling
up their largest run total of the
season to clobber Milwaukee, 20-4,
and climb within four percentage
points of the third place Braves.
The one-game scoring high of
the season was set by Cincinnati
with a 22-2 job on the Chicago
Cibs June 1. But the Brooks, who
now have won four in a row with
a sweep of the two-game set, did
manage to tie the Redlegs for the
biggest inning of the year in the
NL, scoring nine in the eighth.
Lanky Don Drysdale, who some-
how needed relief help from Ed
Roebuck to win his seventh, Sandy
Amoros and Duke Snider belted
the other Brook homers. All were
solo shots except Snider's 19th
with one on in the third against
starter-loser Bob Trowbridge.
* * *
Giants 5, Cubs 3
NEW YORK - Willie Maystwas
the big gun for the New York Gi-
ants again yesterday as he hit his
16th home run, a run-producing
double and stole his 24th base
during the Giants' defeat of the
Chicago Cubs, 5-3.
* * *
Senators 10, Athletics 3
KANSAS CITY - The Wash-
ington Senators defeated the Kan-
sas City Athletics, 10-3, yesterday,
making the most of 11 hits while
the A's nicked Russ Kemmerer for
12 without effect.
Kemmerer contributed a two-
run homer to the victory, whch
gave the Senators a 2-1 edge in
the team's three-game series. The
home run was one of three for
Washington. Louie Berberet hit a
two-run roundtripper and Faye
Throneberry immediately followed
with a bases-empty clout in the
second inning.
Tim Thompson homered for the
A's, also in the second.

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RADIOS, REPAIRS

HELP WANTED

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EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
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AND HIGHEST QUALITY MOVIES
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EUROPEAN CARS{
We service all foreign cars.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Much needed key case June 27.
Identification perhaps illegible. Phone
number changed. Please call NO 5-
3628. Thank you.)A
USED CARS
1956 OLDSMOBILE
Holiday Hardtop, 9 months old, 18,000
miles. In excellent condition. Call NO.
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PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH aquariums and sup-
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UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty N03-0224
(Open daily except Thursday)
BUSINESS SERVICES
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
TYPING - Reasonable rates. Theses,
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on electric typewriter. Call NO 2-7605.
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Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and de-
livery. Phone NO 2-9020. )J1
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334 s. State St. NO 3-6612
)P1
FOR SALE
OLD PHONOGRAPH RECORDS: Caruso,
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NO 5-1575. )B4
USED HI-FI components for sale--1
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McIntosh Amplifier--$90.00; 2 Dozak
10" Woofers, 2 Bozak 6" midrange
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cross-over network--$140 combined;
1 RCA Victor 45 turntable with dia-
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SHORT SLEEVE sport shirts. $1.75, 2
for $3.00. Washable. Assorted colors.
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Phone NO. 3-8611
122 East Washington
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TRANSPORTATION
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
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from Friday, 5 P.M. to Monday 9 A.M.
$10 plus $.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.
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PERCENTAGE SOARS:
Williams Passes Mantle
'In AL. Home-Run Derby

UNIVERSITY
SUMMER SESSION
Presents
BH ASKAR

lIl & SASHA

NEW YORK (R)-Enjoying his
best week of the 1957 season, Ted
Williams has taken over the
American League lead in home
runs while threatening Mickey'
Mantle's month-long edge in the
batting competitign.
The 38-yr.-old Williams, play-
ing in his 16th season for the Bos-
ton Red Sox, trailed Mantle by 26
batting points and two home runs
last week.
In the four days of regular soe-
son action since the All-Star
game, however, Williams collected
nine hits in 16 times at bat, lifting
The Modern Miniature Golf Game
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his batting mark 16 points to .359,
The New York Yankees' star,
meanwhile, had only six safeties
in 19 tries dropping his average
four points to .365. Mantle has
been the batting leader since June
15.
Five of Williams' hits were
homers while only two of Mantle's
went out of the park. This pushed
Ted's total for the year to 25, as
compared with Mickey's 24. It also
increased the Red Sox slugger's
lifetime total to 443 homers.
In the National League, Hank
Aaron of Milwaukee continued to
set the batting pace at .347, an
average unchanged from last
week. The hard-hitting Braves
outfielder is the top man in these
departments with 28 home runs
and 75 RBI's.
Stan Musial is runnerup in bat-
ting with .343.

Ending Today
Shows at 7-9 P.M.

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DIAL
NO 8-6416

AUTH ENTIC
INDIA DANCERS

"A shocker! Nobody who sees it will ever
forget the experience or deny the mas-
tery which makes it thus."
-Dorothy Masters, D[ily News
f georges simenon's
starring Daniel Gelin " A COnuI1nta Disibuting Inc. Release
WEDNESDAY
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Friday Evening, July 19
8:00 P.M.
Hill Auditorium'

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Amerke's Incomparable Rhythmic Stylist
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AND
iNTERNATIONALLY
FAMOUS
ORCHESTRA
Featuring
JOE WILLIAMS
Wednesday, July 24, 8 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM

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ON
HILL.

Seats 75c, $1.00
SALE NOW
BOX OFFICE

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School Supplies
Chairs
Typewriters
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Desks - Files
Comptometer Dictation Machines
MORRILL'S
314 S. State St.
Since 1908 Phone NO 3-2481

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$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
On Sale July 17
Hill Box Office

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NOW SHOWING
Pat Boone
in
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