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SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY - PAGK

League -Leaders

Triumphan t

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Yanks Lead by Six Games;
Braves Still One Lap Ahead

ANDY PAFKO BILL SKOWRON
... two home runs . .. three-run homer
IN 3:57.2:
RAF Electrician Runs
Record-,SmashingMile

LONDON (A'}-Derek Ibbotson,v
a Royal Air Force electrician, set
a world record for the mile at
3:57.2 yesterday and three others
in the race also ran under four
minutes for the first time in
.history.
The recognized record is 3:58
made by John Landy of Australia
June 21, 1954.
Delaney Follows
Following Ibbotson to the tape
in the widely heralded "mile-in-a-
million" were Ron Delaney of
Villanova and Ireland, 3:58.8;
Stanislav Jungwirth of Czechoslo-
vakia, 3:59.1; and Ken Wood of
Great Britain, 3:59.3.
And in Stockholm yesterday, a
fifth ,man also broke the four-
minute barrier at almost the same
time. A 24-yr.-old Swede. Dan
Waern, was timed in. 3:59.3 at
Stockholm Stadium.
The special mile race here in
the White City Stadium before a
roaring crowd of 35,000 was the

highlight of the opening of a dual
meet between New Yofk and Lon-
don.
With about 300 yards to go, Ib-
botson took the lead away from
Jungwirth and won by 12 yards.
Delaney, the Olympic champion
at 1,500 meters, sprinted in his
usual spectacular fashion and
edged out the fading Czech.
For many years the four-min-
ute mile was considered unattain-
able. Then on May 6, 1954, Dr.
Roger Bannister of Great Britain,
running in an obscure meet at
Oxford, broke through the psy-
chological barrier and set a mark

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND --- The New York
Yankees breezed to a 9-1 victory
last night as they shelled the
Cleveland Indians with 13 hits,
including a three-run homer by
Moose Skowron, and stretched
cago to six games.
Lefty Whitey Ford shut out the
Indians for six innings but left the
game in the seventh with a sore
shoulder after giving up a home
run to Gene Woodling.
* * *
Braves 3, Giants 1
NEW YORK-Andy Pafko belt-
ed a pair of home runs, breaking
a 1-1 tie with a two-run shot in
the ninth inning, as the Milwau-
kee Braves hung on to first place
in the National League race last
night with a 3-1 victory over the
New York Giants.
* * *
Dodgers 6-5, Cubs 3-3
BROOKLYN-Brooklyn's Dodg-
ers jumped into second place in
the National League race with a
twi-night doubleheader !sweep of'
the last place Chicago Cubs last
night, winning the opener, 6-3, on
rookie John Roseboro's first major
league home run in the 10th in-
ning.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
New York 58 28 .674 -
Chicago 52 34 .605 6
Boston 47 41 .534 12
Cleveland 44 43 .506 141
Detroit 43 44 .494 15z
Baltimore 42 44 .488 16
Kansas City 32'54 .372 26
Washington 30 60 '.333 30
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 4, Kansas City 2
New York 9. Cleveland 1
Boston 5, Chicago 2
Detroit 4. Washington 1
TODAY'S SCHEDULE.
Boston at Chicago - Sisler (7-5)
vs. Donovan (8-3).
Baltimore at Kansas City-Johnson
(7-6) vs. Portocarrero (3-4).
Washington at Detroit - Kemmer-
er (3-6) vs. Lary (4-11).
New York at Cleveland - Shantz
(9-2) vs. Wynn (12-10).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 51 37 .580 -
Brooklyn 49 37 .570 1
St. Louis 48 38 .558 2
Cincinnati 49 39 .557 2
Philadelnhia 48 39 .552 2?
New York 40 47 .460 10r
Pittsburgh 34 55 .382 174
Chicago 28 55 .337 20%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee 3, New York 1
Pittsburgh 7. St. Louis 1
Brooklyn 6-5. Chicago 3-3
(first eame 10 inning~s)
TODAY'S SCHEDULE{
Chicago at Brooklyn - Rush (1-9)
vs. Drysdale (7-6).
Milwaukee at New York - Spahn
(10-7) or Trowbridge (3-2) vs. Gomez
(11-8).
Cincinnati at Philadelphia - Jeff-
coat (8-7) vs. Hearn (4-1).
St. Louis at Pittsburgh - Dickson
(4-2) or Wehmeier (3-4) vs. Friend
(7-11).

A pinch single by Randy Jack-
son broke up a tie game for a 5-3
victory in the nightcap as right-
hander Sal Maglie beat the Bruins
for the ninth time in a row.
Their first doubleheader sweep
of the year gave the Brooks eight
victories in nine games since the
All-Star break and hoisted the de-
fending champs past St Louis to
within one game of first place
Milwauke.e
* * *
Red Sox 5, White Sox 2
CHICAGO-Substitute Ted Lep-
cio's three-run homer and a solo
shot by Ted Williams carried the
Boston Red Sox to a 5-2 victory
over the Chicago White Sox last
night before a crowd of 36,113.
* * *
Pirates 7, Cardinals 0
PITTSBURGH-The Pittsburgh
Pirates gave rookie bonus pitcher
Von McDaniel rough treatment
last night as the defeated the
St. Louis Cardinals, 7-0.
Vernon Law, chalking up his
sixth victory in 10 decisions, gave
up nine hits - all singles - but
never was in serious trouble as the
Cardinals dropped two full games
back of league-leading Milwaukee.
Redlegs 7, Phillies 2
PHILADELPHIA --Joe Nuxhall
pitched Cincinnati back into the
first division, last night with a
four-hit, 7-2, victory over Phila-
delphia, backed by his teammates'
14 singles and one home run off
league-leading pitcher Jack San-
ford and three other Phil hurlers.
Tigers 4, Senators 10
DETROIT-The Detroit Tigers
got all their runs early in the
game last night off righthander
Pedro Ramos and went on to de-
feat the Washington Senators, 4-1,
before 13,768 spectators, smallest
night crowd of the season at
Briggs Stadium.
Orioles 4, Athletics 2
KANSAS CITY, - Billy Loes,
an exile from Brooklyn, pitched
his 10th victory of the year for
Baltimore last night as the Orioles
beat the Kansas City Athletics,
4-2, largely on the hitting of Billy
Goodman.

JOE NUXHALL
.. four-hitter

Stars Drop
Out of PGA
Competition:
DAYTON, Ohio (R)-Match-play
terror Walter Burkemo and golf's
young capitalist, Dow Finster-
wald, slashed into the semifinals
of the upset-strewn PGA cham-
pionship yesterday with two 100-1
longshots, .Lionel Hebert and Don
Whitt.
This quartet survived a humid
and show - splattered d o u b 1 e
round of eliminations at the Mi-
ami Valley golf club which saw
the ouster of three-time winner
Sam Snead, leading money win-
ner, Doug Ford, National Open
champion Dick Mayer and Tommy
Bolt.
In Saturday's 36-hole semifinals,
the bullish Burkemo, finalist three
of the last six years and winner
in 1953, meets Hebert at 10 a.m.
(EST) while Finsterwald, the
year's third leading money winner,'
opposes Whitt, an obscure young
pro from Alameda, Calif., who is a
sophomore member of the tour.
The 38-yr.-old Burkemo from
Franklin, Mich., broke up a possi-
ble all-brother semifinal when he
eliminated Lionel's older brother,
Jay Hebert, 2 and 1, after beating
the veteran Henry Ransom of St.
Andrews, Ill., in the morning, 5
and 4.

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USED CARS
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miles. In excellent condition. Call NO.
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TRANSPORTATION
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
for Avis Rent a Car
from Friday. 5 P.M. to Monday A.M
$10 pius *.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.
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303 Ashley

NO 5-5800
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of 3:59.4.
Derek is no newcomer
record ranks. On June 15
year he ran the mile in
second fastest up to then.

to the
of this
3:58.4,

Seven Entries
There were seven men in yester-
day's special mile race. Michael
Blagrove of Great.Britain set the
early, sizzling pace, with Jung-
wirth at his heels.,They tore by
the first quarter mile in :55.3, and
hit the half mile in' 1:55.8, a fast
race in itself.
Even Stefan Lewandowski of
Poland, who finished out of con-
tention in fifth place, was timed
in 4:00.6.

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KOSHER MEAL-HOT DOGS AND COKE-75c
SUNDAY- 6 P.M.

CHICAGO (AP)-Top-seeded Herb
Flam had quite a struggle while
number 2 seeded Vie Seixas easily
ousted Japan's National champion
in yesterday's quarterfinals of the
National Clay Courts Tennis Tour-

semifinals against Flam by elim-
inating the meet's "giant-killer,"
fifth-seeded Grant Golden of Wil-
mette, Ill.. 5-7, 6-3, 6-2. Golden
Thursiay knocked out Australia's
touted Ashley Cooper.

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lassif ieds

Ends Tonight
Late Show Starts at Midnight
All in Color
FRED MacMURRAY
in "GUN FOR A COWARD"
JULIA ADAMS in
"FOUR GIRLS IN TOWN"
Starts Sunday
THREE RING CIRCUS
and FEAR STRIKES OUT

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Ends Tonight
Late Show Starts at. Midnight

All in Color
"THE BRAVE ONE" and
Ray Milland in "MAN ALON9"
Starts Sunday -
"DESIGNING WOMAN"
and
"FOOTSTEPS IN THE NIGHT"

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"Marilyn a comedy
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The movie is a
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