THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Pirates Take Fourth Straight; I!IRIIIAER
Yankees~ X/IiI~w~ nI InQn .
PITTSBURGH () -- Curt Ray-
don blanked the second-place San
Francisco Giants last night on 4
hits as the Pittsburgh Pirates won
their -fourth straight game 10-0.
Bob Skinner led the Pirates 16-hit
attack with 3 hits, including a
tremendous home run to the right
Skinner's blast came in the sec-
ond inning and was only the fifth
homer to reach or clear the roof
in the history of Forbes Field. The
distance to right field is 300 feet,
but the roof is more than 40 feet
Raydon's season record is now
The 24 - year - old right-hander
struck out seven and walked four.
The Pirates scored single runs
in the first, second, and fourth
innings and put the game on ice
with a five-run rally in the sixth.
They added two insurance runs in
Both Skinner and Dick Groat
had three hits apiece and both
drove in two runs.
* * *
Dodgers 7, Phillies 3
PHILADELPHIA M)-The Los
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Angeles Dodgers exploded for five
runs in the ninth inning last night
to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies
The Dodgers sent 11 men to the
plate in their big inning. Their
barrage forced Phillic pitchers Jim
Hearn and Dick Farrell to the
showers before reliever Jack Meyer
quieted the uprising.
The Dodgers' outburst came af-
ter the Phils tied the game at 2-
all in the eighth. Phils' pinch-hit-
ter Wally Post hit his fourth hom-
er of the season in the ninth to
greet reliever Fred Kipp.
* * *
Braves-Cubs, 4-5, 4-1
MILWAUKEE (P)- Lefty Juan
Pizarro, in his first start since
rejoining the Braves, last night
controlled the Chicago Cubs on
nine hits as Milwaukee went a full
game ahead in the National League
with a 4-1 victory in the second
game of a twi-night doubleheader.
The Braves lost the opener 5-4.
* * *
Yankees 6, Indians 0
CLEVELAND (IP)-Whitey Ford
won his sixth shutout of the season
for the New York Yankees last
night --a 6-0 whitewash of the
Cleveland Indians whom he held
to four hits. Elston Howard's two-
run homer in the sixth inning
broke a scoreless tie.
Ford leads major league pitch-
ers in shutouts this year and by
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DETROIT (P) --- Rinold Duren,
t ace rookie relief pitcher for the
New York Yankees, underwent a
series of tests yesterday to deter-
mine whether he suffered brain
injury when hit by a pitched ball
Thursday. Doctors said the answer
wouldn-t be -known until Saturday,
Dr. A. H. Whittaker, Duren's
- physician, said the pitcher suffered
a concussion but didn't believe
there had been brain damage.
He said, however, Duren would
be hospitalized several days and
continued to bar visitors, except
for the pitcher's father, Rinold
M., of Madison, Wis., who for the
first time was seeing his son pitch
in the major leagues when he was
The physician said Duren's con-
dition was good.
On a rhubarb that developed
over whether Detroit pitcher Paul
Foytack deliberately beaned
Duren, who has himself been ac-
cused of such tactics by some,
American League batsmen, Dr.
"He's certain it was entirely,
unavoidable on Foytack's part. He
bears no resentment."
Fytack said it was a pitch that
got away from him. Detroit Tigers
agreed, but some Yankees didn't.
Duren suffered a severe bruise j
on his left cheek and a cut that
required several stitches. X-rays,
however, showed no fracture.
... homer clears roof
.homer breaks tie
Lussies Break Four Swim
Peords at Empire Games
In Top Form
MOSCOW W)--A mild siege of
sore throats and bad colds struck
the United States Men's track and
field forces yesterday.
But none was serious, and the
team should be at full strength
for the giant two-day dual meet
withi the Russians, starting Sun-
Shotputter Parry O'Brien and
the squad's middle-distance run-
ning ace, Tom Courtney, were
among those given penicillin.
O'Brien, world record holder in,
the shot; did not work out today.
Instead, wearing street clothes, he
helped Earlene Brown, the sturdy
Los Angeles woman who put the
shot 55 feet 4 inches in practice
Courtney worked out as usual
as did two others suffering from
colds-pole vaulter Jim Brewer,
of Los Angeles, and Jack Yerman,
quartermiler from Woodland,
"No one is seriously ill," said
Joseph Takach, the team physi-
cian from'New York. "I expect all
the boys to be in good shape by
Four old injuries seemed, to be
healing properly, so the United
States has excuses in the battle
Rafer Johnson, of Los Angeles,
who will meet Russia's gifted Vas-
sily Kuznetsov in the decathlon,
said his twisted knee wasn't giving
him any more trouble.
j Painful Ankle
Rink Babka, discus thrower
from Palo Alto, Calif., still had a
painful ankle, but coach Larry
Snyder said the injury should not
affect Babka's throwing.
Each country will . have two
competitors in each event. Points
will be awarded on a. 5-3-2-1 basis.
getting his sixth set a one-season
high for hiripself. Ford now has a
13-4 record and four decisions over
Chisox 4, Red Sox 0
CHICAGO VP) - Right - hander
Dick Donovan of the Chicago
White Sox, backed by three dou-
ble plays, turned back the Boston
Red Sox 4-0 last night.
The victory was the fourth
straight for Donovan and his fifth
successive complete game giving
him a 7-10 record for the season.
He gave up eight hits, walked two
and struck out six.
Senators 4, Tigers 3
DETROIT (A')-The Washington
Senators rallied for a pair of
ninth-inning runs and defeated
the Detroit Tigers last night 4-3,
sending the sagging Detroiters
down to their fith straight set-
back and their ninth loss in 10
The Senators, breaking a three-
game losing streak, rallied on the
strength of two pinch singles by
Ed Fitz Gerald and Herb Plews.
Plews drove in the tying run, and
Bob Malkmus, a ninth-inning re-
placement for Eddie Yost, batted
across the winning tally.
Roy Sievers slugged his 26th
home run for the first Washing-
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CARDIFF, Wales CP)-Austr'a-I
's swift swimmers shattered one]
)re world record and three games
>ords last night in the sixth
itish Empire and Common-
A team of British girls beat them
ce in the women's 440-yard med-
relay. Judy Grinham, English
ympic backstroke champion, led
with a 110-yard leg in 1:11.9
ich equalled her. own pending
rld, record and obliterated the
ed mark of 1:13.2 made by
Hand's Greta Kraans.
Anita Lonsborough and Chris-
e Gosden in the breaststroke
d butterfly added to the lead
d perky faced Diana Wilkinson
inaged to stave off a tremendous
sing burst by Australia's Dawn
iser. The English girls won by
ouch in four minutes, 54 see-
ds, three seconds under the
world mark set by a Holland na-
tional team last year.
On the freestyle final leg Miss
Fraser swam the fastest 110 yards
ever achieved by a woman-60.6
seconds. But it can't go into the
record books because intermediate
relay marks are acceptable only on
the first leg, where there is a
standard start. Miss Fraser holds
the world record of 61.5 seconds.
The Australian men's 440-yard
medley relay team of John Monck-
ton, Terry Gathercole, Brian Wil-
kinson and John Devitt broke the
world record the same four had set
in Australia last February by more
than five seconds. The Australians
were almost without opposition as
they finished in 4:14.2, about 11
yards in front of second-place
Canada. The record they had set
in the Australian championships
W L Pet.
New York 61 30 .670
Boston 47 43 .522
Baltimore 45 45 .500
Kansas City 43 46 .483
Chicago 44 49 .473
Cleveland 44 50 .468
Detroit 42 48 .467.
Washington 39 54 .419
WV L Pct.
Milwaukee 50 39 .562
San' Francisco 50 40 .556
Chicago 46 47 .495
St. Louis 43 45 .489
Pittsburgh 44 47 .484
Cincinnati 43 46 .483
Philadelphia 41 44 .482
Los Angeles 41 50 .451
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Folley KO's Rademacher in Fourth
LOS ANGELES (P)-Zora Folley,
0, Chandler, Ariz., knocked out
te Rademacher, Columbus, Ga.,
8, in the fourth round of their
heduled 10-round fight last
ght, and once against the for-
er amateur king's lofty hopes of
nning fame were dashed.
The end came after 1 minute, 15
:onds of the fourth, with the
56 Olympic king down for the
cond time in the round, and his
urth trip to the canvas during
e brief battle.
The 26-year-old Folley insured
or Golf Title
CHICAGO M-)-Anne Quast and
rbara McIntire, a pair of cur-
it U.S. Curtis Cup team mem-
s, will meet today over the
hole route for ther Women's
stern Amateur golf crown,
Mhe pert Miss Quast, 20-year-old
anford history major from Ever-
Wash., crushed Anre Richard-
of Columbus, Ohio, 5 and 4 in.
Miss McIntire, trim 23-year-old
inette who sells real estate ;in
piter, Fla., edged Mrs. Paul Dye
, 31-year-old mother from In-
napolis and Indiana state
amnin 1 n
his position as a top challenger
for world heavyweight champion
Last August Rademacher in his
first professional fight was knocked
out in six rounds by Patterson.
Folley publicly declared he hoped
to better that mark and last night
at the Olympic Auditorium, before
a national television audience, he
Folley opened a slit 'over Big
Pete's left eyelid in the third and
Rademacher came up with an
ugly gash toward the middle of his
forehead over the right eye when
the two collided.
Referee Charley Randolph did
not bother to finish the count on
29-year-old Pete on the last
Folley took the aggressive from
the very start and Rademacher,
who usually crowds in-and was
even able to knock Patterson down
in one round-stayed back.
Folley, with a right to the jaw,
that traveled hardly 12 inches, sent
Pete down for a nine count for
the first time in the third round.
Rademacher was up on one knee
quickly but a moment later an-
other short right to the chin put
him down again.
He got up at eight and charged
in with 'a gallant rally. The two
exchanged wallops along the ropes
at the 10-second point and went
into a wild exchange after the
Rademacher, his wounds tem-
porarily doctored, waded right in
as the fourth started, but Folley
connected with a beautiful straight
right to the head and down Pete
went for nine.
Folley threw some more blows,
the last one a damaging right up-
percut to t'e chin, and that was it.
MILWAUKEE (0P-Ernie' John-
son, relief pitcher placed on waiv-
ers by the Milwaukee Braves
earlier this week, had a change
of heart yesterday after no one
claimed' him and said he would
join the Braves' Wichita farm
The 34-year-old right-hander
will report to Wichita at St. Paul
Saturday. He had a 3-1 won-loss
record with Milwaukee but his
earned run average was a poor
Washington at Detroit -Romon-
osky (1-2) vs. Morgan (1-4).
Boston at Chicago--Delock (10-0)
vs. Moore (5-3).
Baltimore at Kansas City (N) -
Harshman (7-8) vs. Urban (7-6).
New York at Cleveland -- Maas
(4-6) vs. McLish (8-6).
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)-
Koufax (7-4) vs. Sanford (6-9).
San Francisco at Pittsburgh--An-
tonelli (10-7) vs. Law (8-8).
Chicago at Milwaukee -- Drott
(4-7) vs. Burdette (9-8).
Cinennatisat St. Louis (N) -
Haddix (6-5) vs. Jackson (6-8).
Not including yesterday's games.
(Based on 225 or more at-bats)
G AB R H Pct.
Runnels, Bos. 84 319 56 106 .332
Power, Clev. 86 342 58 111 .325
Goodman, Chi. 60 234 25 76 .325
Cerv, K.C. 82 305 58 98 .319
Fox, Chii. 94 373 50 119 .319
Kuenn, Det. 80 314 42 77 .318
Siebern, N.Y. 72 242 40 77 .318
Ward, K. C. 80 270 32 84 .311
Mazone, Bos. 91 371 49 115 .310
Williams, Bos. 84 270 54 83 .308
Jensen, Bos. 28 Cerv, K.C. 24
Mantle, N.Y. 26 Colavito, Clev. 19
Sievers, Wash. 25
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Bos. 85 Lemon, Wash. 58
Cerv, K.C. 67 Malzone, Bos. 56
Sievers; Wash. 62
G AB R H Pct.
Musial, St. L. 85 304 45 108 .355
Mays, S.F. 88 349 69 120 .344
Dark, Chi. 75 299 36 98 .328
Ashburn, Phil. 86 343 54 112 .327
Skinner. Pitts. 85 320 60 102 .319
Walls, Chi. 93 372 63 118 .317
Cepeda, S.F. 87 353 55 111 .314
Anderson,.Phil. 78 291 45 90 .309
Aaron,.Mil. 88 355 66 108 .304
Banks, Chi. 93 372 71 114 .306
Thomas, Pitts. 27 Mathews, Mil. 20
Banks, Chi. 26 Aaron, Mil. 20
Walls, C hi. 21
RUNS BATTED IN
Thomas, Pitts. 77 Cepeda, S.F. 60
Banks, Chi. 26 Spencer, S.F. 56
Anderson, Phil. 62 Boyer, St. L. 56
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