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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Yankees Blank Red Sox, 2-0;
Cubs Win on Ennis' Homer

stretch it into a triple. Gil Mc-
Dougald retrieved the ball after
Hank Bauer missed a shoestring'
catch and Tony Kubek relayed
the toss to Andy Carey for the out.
Ford struck out six and walked
four in winning his 14th. He has
lost 5.
Delock now has a 10-3 won-lost
record.
Indians 10, A's 4
CLEVELAND-A six-run inning
and good relief pitching by.south-
paw Don Ferrarese enabled the
Cleveland Indians to score a 10-4
victory over the Kansas City Ath-
letics last night in the opener of
a four-game series.
Held to one hit-a bunt by Vic
Power--in the first two innings,
the Indians broke loose in the
third with six runs on six hits.
Included were two-run doubles by
Larry Doby and Billy Hunter.
* * *
Senators 4, Orioles 2
WASHINGTON-Relief ace Dick
Hyde, a key pitching figure in
more than half of Washington's
victories this season, saved another
one for the Senators last night as
the Senators dealt the Baltimore
Orioles their eleventh straight de-
feat, 4-2.
A nine-game winner, Hyde came
out of the bullpen in relief of
starter Russ Kemmerer in the
eighth inning to stop the threaten-
ing Orioles. He mowed down six
straight Baltimoreans. It was the
15th time this season that Hyde
has been summoned in relief to
successfully hold a Washington
lead until the end of the game.
He has therefore figured in 24 of
Washington's 46 triumphs.
* * *
Tigers 6, Chisox 2
DETROIT - Frank Lary gave
up 14 base hits but worked his
way out of one jam after another
and the Detroit Tigers defeated
the Chicago White Sox last night
6-2 before a crowd of 25,480.
* * *

sixth grand slam homer of his big
league career to break up a pitch-
ing duel between Vinegar Bend
Mizell and Dick Drott and give the
St. Louis Cardinals a 6-3 victory
over the Chicago Cubs yesterday.
A paid throng of 17,310 watched
the first meeting of the two teams
since May 13.
Mizell scattered six hits, but it
remained for Ennis to crack a 1-1
tie in the sixth with his bases-
loaded clout off Drott, who had
pitched a one-hitter for five in-
nings.
* * *
Pirates 1, Redlegs 0
PITTSBURGH - George Witt
hurled a three hitter and scored
the winning run in leading the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a 1-0 victory
over the Cincinnati Redlegs last
night.

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TODAY'S GAMES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago at Detroit - Donovan
(8-10) vs. Foytack (8-9) or Moford
(2-3).
Kansas City at Cleveland - Terry
(7-8) vs. Bell (5-5).
Baltimore at Washington - Por-
tocarrero (10-7) vs. Romonosky
(1-4).
Boston at New York-Sisler (6-5)
vs. Maas, (67).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh-Kell-
ner (3-1) vs. Raydon (5-3).
St. Louis at Chicago - Maglie
(2-4) vs. Hobble (9-6) or Phillips
(6-6).
San Francisco at Los Angeles -
Antonelli (11-10) vs. Podres (10-9).
Milwaukee at Philadelphia-Bur-
dette (11-8) vs. Simmons (6-10).
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