ULY 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Yanks Win, Gain;
Phils Top Braves
Robinson Beaned as Redlegs Lose;
Chisox Bow to Orioles, Trail by Four
... sparks Yanks
Burke To Play
DAYTON, Ohio (P)-Defending
champion Jack Burke Jr., yester-
day put his aggravated left wrist
to test in a windup practice for
the PGA Golf Tournament, then
announced "It's okay. I'll go for
Burke, winner of both the Mas-
ters and Professional Golfers
Assn. championships last year,
thus opens defense of the latter
crown this morning along with 128
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - The New York
Yankees squandered a four-run
lead, then came roaring back with
six runs in the 10th inning-three
of them on atremendous home
run by veteran relief pitcher
Tommy Byrne -- and thrashed,
the Detroit Tigers, 10-4, to in-
crease their American League lead
to four games, before 43,737 spec-
tators in Briggs Stadium last
Orioles 3, White Sox 1
CHICAGO - Righthander Ray
Moore gave up two hits in the
first inning and then retired 21
men !in a row as the Baltimore
Orioles scored a 3-1 victory over
the Chicago White Sox last night
on the strength of Billy Good-
man's two-run homer.
Giants 6, Redlegss1
NEW YORK-Frank Robinson,
Cincinnati's All-Star left fielder,
was struck on the head. by a
pitched ball and carried from the
field on a stretcher last night as
the New York Giants defeated the
First reports said Robinson had
suffered a concussion and that
there was no sign of a fracture.
Braves 6, Phillies 2
PHILADELPHIA - Milwau-
kee's Warren Spahn slowed down
Philadelphia's National League
express train with a six-hitter
last night as the Braves trounced
the first-place Phillies 6-2 at Con-
nie Mack Stadium.
* * *
Dodgers 7, Cardinals 5
BROOKLYN --- Duke Snider
blasted his 20th home run with a
man on base in a four-run fifth
inning that broke a two-all tie
last night and carried the Brook-
lyn Dodgers to a 7-5 victory over
the St. Louis Cardinals.
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Barry Mackay,
Michigan's NCAA tennis champ,
moved into the third round of the
men's singles of the National Clay
"ourts Tennis" Tournament here
MacKay, seeded seventh, who'
r e c e i v e d a first-round bye,
trimmed Donald Dell, Bethesda,
Md., 6-:, 6-4.
Herb Flam, defending champion
from Beverly Hills, Calif., opened
defense of his title with a pair
The top-seeded star, who played
twice yesterday because of a late
arrival, defeated William Cullen
of Southport, Conn., 6-3, 6-4, then
knocked off Jerry Dubie, Ham-
tramck, Mich., 6-4, 6-2.
Score's Eye Improving
CLEVELAND - Herb Score
can resume workouts tomorrow
and pitch a game in from four to
;ix weeks, Dr. Charles I. Thomas
said yesterday after examining
the young Cleveland Indian pitch-
er's mending eye.
Cooley 18, Ghosts 8
Hardrocks 15, TV 1
Med Sox 7, Chemistry "B" 4
Cooley Hbuse 13, VRC 10."
Bump's Boys 15, Sociology 5
Auto Lab 22, Pill-Pushers 7
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New York 10, Detroit 4
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