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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ards Blank Milwaukee, 4-0;
anks Outslug Tigers, 10-7

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By The Associated Press

MILWAUKEE -- The St. Louis
Cardinals whipped the Milwaukee
Braves 4-0 yesterday as Sam Jones
handed the Braves their fifth
shutout loss of the season .
Jones, now 8-7, gave the World
Champions only four scattered
hits as he acquired his first de-
cision over them against two losses
this season.
Loser was Warren Spahn, whose
bid for a 13th victory against six
losses was brief indeed, as the
Cards shelled him from the mound
with four straight singles and two
runs in the first.
St. Louis added two more runs
off Bob Rush in the fifth.
Paid attendance at County Sta-
dium topped a million, reaching
1,015,113 with yesterday's gate of
30,761.
* * *
Pirates 5; Dodgers 3
PITTSBURGH -- The Pitts-
burgh Pirates made a clean sweep
of their three-game series with
the Los Angeles Dodgers yester-

day with a 5-3 victory that fea-
tured a four-run outburst in the
fourth inning.
The loss was charged to Dodger
starter Stan Williams. George
Witt started for the Pirates and
received credit for the victory.
* * *
Yanks 10, Tigers 7
DETROIT -- The New York
Yankees used their vaunted home
run power and wiped out their
early season frustrations against
Detroit yesterday, beating the
Tigers and their no-hit ace, Jim
Bunning, 10-7.'
The triumph was marred by an
inuiry to Ryneld Duren, the Yan-
.kees ace reliefer. Duren was struck
in the head in the ninth inning by
a pitch thrown by Paul Foytack,
* * *
Orioles 7, White Sox 3
CHICAGO -- Milt Pappas, 19-
year-old right-hander, was the
whole show yesterday as the Bal-
timore Orioles defeated the Chi-
cago White Sox 7-3 before a La-
dies Day crowd of 12,289.
Pappas limited the Sox to five

hits. He hit a double and the first
home run of his professional ca-
reer.
He struck out three and walked
six while recording his seventh
victory against three defeats.
Pappas' wildness led to all Chi-
cago runs.
The Orioles assaulted five Chi-
cago pitchers for 12 hits, the de-
feat being charged to Jim Wilson.
* * *
Indians 6, Nats 1
CLEVELAND-Gary Bell tossed
a three-hitter at the Washington
Nationals and catcher Russ Nixon
hit a home run, double and two
singles to drive in four runs as
the Cleveland Indians defeated
the American League last-placers
6-1.
The victory, which evened Bell's
record at 4-4, was the third for
the Tribe in the four-game series.
Ken Asprofnonte homered in
the third for the only hit the Nats
got off Bell until Ed Fitzgerald
singled in the seventh inning. Chi-
co Alvarez got the third hit, an
eighth-inning single.

TED WILLIAMS
. splendid spitter

WORLD SPORTS ROUNDUP:'
College Stars Prepare
For Clash with Lions

SAM JONES
. .. allows four hits
Braves May
Play in Japan
TOKYO ( - Japanese base-
ball officials and fans were jubi-
lant on the possibility of a top
major league baseball team com-
ing to Japan this fall.
The Milwaukee Braves, 1957
World Champions are now con-
sidering the, trip but -no decision
has yet been reached on the club's
proposed barnstorming tour of
Japan.
The. Braves were invited after
the New York Yankees took too
long to reply.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2),
gineer Physist, a Mechanical Engineer,
a Machine Design Engineer, a Senior
Mechanical or Chemical Engineer, and
a Chemical or Mechanical 'Engineer.
Arwood Precision Casting Corp.,
N.Y.C., has an opening for a graduate
Metallurgist or Metallurgical Engineer.
Some foundry exp. would be desirable
but not necessary. Duties include the
supervision of research programs and
trouble shooting on plaht process prob-
lems.
State of Connecticut, announces need
for Typists, Stenographers, Construc-
tion Estlmator, Dietitian, Bookkeeping
Machine Operator, Laboratory Techni-
cian, Occupational Therapist, Social
Workers, and Physicians. For a com-
plete listing contact the Bureau, Ext.
3371.
For further information on job op-
portunities, contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., Ext.
3371.
$200.00 EASY
CAMPUS AGENCY
AVAILABLE
We need a Student to sell
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By The Associated Press
EVANSTON, Ill. - A hand-
picked crop of 1957's top collegi-
ate football players today will be-
giIn drills for their All-Star game
clash with the' Detroit Lions in
Soldier Field the night of Aug. 15.
Head coach Otto Graham, for-
mer star quarterback of the Cleve-
land Browns, yesterday greeted
some 52 players at Northwestern
University where the ex-collegians
will prepare for their clash with
the National Football League
champions.
The All-Stars last defeated the
pro champs in 1955 when the All-
Stars edged the Cleveland Browns,
30-27.'.
This was only their seventh vic-
tory against 15 defeats and two
ties in the late summer grid spec-
tacle.
* * C
Russian Star Sidelined
MOSCOW - Vladimir Kuts,
Olympic 5,000 and 10,000 meter
champion, was omitted from the
38-man Soviet track and field
team named yesterday to face a
picked American squad this week-
end..
Russian coach Gavriel Korob-
kov said' the great distance run-
ning star had been ill and unable
to reach top form.
Loss of Kuts, however, will not
affect Russia's showing in these
events. Soviet athletes are superi-
or to Americans in distances over
1,500 meters.
Korobkov announced his lineup
as the powerful American team
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NOW SHOWING
THE STORY OF A
PRIVATE HATE THAT
EXPLODEDINTO
AN INTERNATIONAL.
~~INCIDENT!

worked out in the 104,000-seat
Lenin Stadium.
Men and women athletes of the
two countries will compete Sun-
day and Monday.
* * *.
Gatski Retires
DETROIT - Frank Gatski re-
tired yesterday after 12 seasons of
professional football.
Gatski, }36, played 11 seasons
with the Cleveland Browns, could
not come to terms with the Cleve-
land team last year and the De-
troit Lions got him -in exchange
for their third draft choice this
year.
The 240-pound ex-Marshall
College lineman played a big part
in the Lions' championship drive..

S ox Slugger
Draws Fine
KANSAS CITY (M - Ted Wil-
liams' reputation as a spitting
outfielder was in the spotlight
again yesterday. It brought him a
$250 fine.
The Boston Red Sox star spat
only once Wednesday night dur-
ing the game with the Kansas
City Athletics.
But it was in the general di-
rection of booing fans who
thought Williams failed to show
enough effort on his feet after
his grounder was snagged by first
baseman Harry Simpson for an
unassisted putout.
Williams jogged about halfway
to first base in the fourth, then
turned and headed for the dugout.
The fans opened up with boos.
Williams stopped and spat in
their direction. That increased the
booing.
Williams was fined $5,000 just
two years ago for a similar inci-
dent in Boston. The fine, levied
by the Boston club, later was res-
cinded.
Yesterday the outfielder could
not be reached at his hotel for
comment.

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Medical aid for couples who want
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BUSINESS SERVICES
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"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J178
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS
on Philco Capehart and, Columbia
record players. Save 30%, 40% and
60% on these items while they last.
MUSIC CENTER
Just West of Hill Auditorium
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

New York
Boston
Baltimore
Kansas City
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
Washington

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee 50 39 .462 -
San Francisco 50 40 .556
*Chicago 46 46 .500 51-
St. Louis 43 45 .489 6?4
Pittsburgh 44 47 .484 7
*Philadelphia 41 44 .482 7
*Cincinnati 42 46 .477 714
Los Angeles 41 50 .451 10
*(Not including last night's games).
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Milwaukee (2-N)
San Francisco a Pittsburgh (N)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (2-N)

TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Kansas City (N)
New York at Cleveland (N)
Washington at Detroit (N)
Boston at Chicago (N)

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