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June 24, 1958 - Image 10

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THE MICWIGAN DAILY TU

MacKay Wins in First Round
Of Wimbledon Singles Match,

The 6'4", former Wolverine star
from Dayton, Ohio, defeated En-
rique Martinez, Spain's No. 4 play-
er, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2, 6-1. MacKay ex-
perimented with his service and
concentrated on learning to read,
the bounce of the ball off the grass
in the first set.
Grass Difficp1ty
MacKay seeded eighth, played
the first set as though tennis was
a new game to him. Once he
learned the tricks of the grass, his
service was working and the Span-
iard was well beaten.
Most of the American contin-
gent, including Budge Patty of Los
Angeles and Paris, the 1950 Wim-
bledon champ, marched through
the opening round.

Mike Green of Miami Beach,
Fla., had to go five sets to make
it and Gardnar Mulloy, the veteran
from Coral Gables, Fla., and Bob
Perry of Los Angeles each went
four sets to victory. Bill Quillan of
Seattle and 17-year-old Earl Buc-
holz of St. Louis brushed back
their opponents in straight sets,
Shea Loses
Among those to lose was Gil
Shea, fourth-ranked American
player from Los Angeles who
bowed to Ulf Schmidt of Sweden.
Top-seeded Ashley Cooper of
Australia, limping a bit from a
severely strained right thigh mus-,
cle, dropped a set to England's
Goeffry Owen before winning his
match.I

BARRY MacKAY
... America's hope
Dodgers Sig n
USC Slugger

Tigers Win,Yanks Bo
sBaes Blank Dodgers
CHICAGO (A - Righthander
Ray Moore's three-hit pitching Braves 7, Giants 0
and a two-run homer by catcher MILWAUKEE (i.--Carltor
Sherman Lollar carried the Chi- ley. in his first major league
cago White Sox to a 2-0 victory throttled San Francisco o
over the New York Yankees Mon- singles Monday night as the
day night before a crowd of 30.388. waukee Braves took a 7-0 v
The triumph came at the ex- over the second-place Giant
pense of Whitey Ford who had Adcock, shifted to left field,
beaten the Sox twice this season. It Willey's shutout with a le
was the sixth shutout in the last over-the-fence catch of a h
nine games by White Sox pitchE s bound fly.
and the fifth time the Yankees The victory put the Bravf
have been blanked this season. games ahead of the Giants. '
Moore was never in any difficulty struck out seven batters and
as he grabbed his fourth victory only one walk.
against one defeat. Lollar's homer Carlton was making his
came in the first inning. With two appearance for the Braves
out, Billy Goodman drew one of they recalled him June 13
four walks given up by Ford and Wichita in the American
romped home when Lollar drove Three of the Giants' singles
Ford's first offering into the left hit by rokie left fielder Leon
field stands. ner.
Tigers 3, Orioles 1 The loss was charged to s
DETROIT M) -Right-hander Paul Giel, former Univers:
George Susce won his first game Minnesota football star. Giel
Gorge sen wonds frs gme ed six runs and gave up nir
of the season Monday as the before he was replaced it
Detroit Tigers beat the Baltimore seventh.
Orioles 3-1 with the help of Gail Adcock's spectacular catch
Harris' home run. the Braves three runs in the :
Susce, who started the season inning. Two men were on bas
with the Boston Red Sox, surren- there were two out when Rai
dered seven hits. One was Gus lonski hit a towering fly. A
Triandos' 15th homer into the up- waited at the 8-foot fence,
per left field stands in the sixth. high, threw his arm over th
Catcher Red Wilson paced the and nabbed the ball.
Tigers' 10-hit attack with four
singles. But none figured in the CINCINNATI ,odgers 1
scoring. CNINT T-ul
The Tigers scored single runs Lawrence gave out six sca
in the second, third and eighth in- hits going all the way M
nings as they beat Baltimore for night in a 6-1 defeat of th
only the second time in eight Angeles Dodgers by Cincir
games. Harris touched Oriole loser Redlegs. The Reds sprayed 1
Arnold Portocarrero for a bases- around Crosley Field.
empty homer in the second, his Lawrence, taking his :
fourth of the season. straight victory, struck oul
men arnd wnlked two.

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