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TXE MICIGAN DA[LY

ikees End Losing Streak;
ates Wallop Braves, 10-0

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straight defeat

It was the third
for the Indians.

''- ju ~his 33rd * wnen Bob Nieman followed a walk
run lead with his 33rd blast to Boyd with his 12th home run Pirates 10, Braves 0
Jay as the New York YaIn of the campaign. PITSBURGH - The rampaging
napped a three-game losing * Pittsburgh Pirates humbled Mil-
,defeating the Baltimore White Sox 4, Indians 1 waukee's National League leaders
s 7-. CLEVELAND-Ex-Indian Early last night with a 10-0 -victory
lpturdivant, who hasn't wor Wynn tamed his former team- paced by George Witt's almost per-
A.pril 2, received credit for mates with a five-hit pitching fect two-hit pitching.
its seond triumph of the performance yesterday and the Frank Thomas banged a two-
although he needed assist- White Sox won their eighth vic- run homer in the sixth and the
from Virgil Trucks in the tory in 10 games, 4-1. Pirates hit a season high with
inening. It was Wynn's 10th victory of eight runs in the eighth inning be-
veteran right-hander took the season and his third in a row fore another roaring mob - 36,867
vth the potential tying run over Cleveland. Only Minnie Mino- paid.
plate and retired Bob Boyd so solved his delivery, getting a It was Pittsburgh's sixth succes-
fly ball to end Baltimore's homer and two singles. sive win, including a cl- asa sweep
reat. The homer, over the left field of the 2 -ame "must" series
Yankees rapped five pitch- fence, was Minnie's 17th and came against the Braves that has stirred
14 hits with Gil McDougald in the second inning. Pirate fans tc a pitch they haven't
g Mantle in the home-run The losing pitcher was Jim matched in P decade.
rks. Grant, who gave up an unearned Last r igt-s crowd was secrnd
key sals had a double and a run in the first inning. The White only this season to the 38,n93 Mon-
raising his climbing batting Sox scored an earned run off him day night.
e to .308. Jerry Lumpe con- in the sixth and two more in the New .five games back of the
d a double and a triple. seventh. Braves, the Pirates have won 17
of their last 22 games with mar-
velous pitching and timely hitting.
The Bucs must be rated serious
contenders as they start on an 18-
game road trip.
Redlegs 12, Phillies 4
4:PHILADELPHIA - The Cincin-
r --- nati Reds staged a 13-hit attack
behind right-hander Tom Acker's
sharp pitching to lambast the
Philadelphia Phillies last sight,
12-4, at Connie Mack Stadium.
Acker went the distance for the
first time this season to pick up
his' initial victory against two
losses. His lifetime record against
the Phils is 4-1.
He had a 12-2 advantage until
the last of the ninth when pinch-
hitter Wally Post homered to left
scoring Chico Fernandez.
Cincinnati took advantage of
five hits and two costly infield er-
rors to run up an 8-0 lead in a six-
"' 4 run sixth.
Before the deluge ended, the
Reds had chaased Phils ace rookie
FRANK THOMAS MICKEY MANTLE Ray Semproch, who lost his sev-
... powers Pirates h.. .its No. 33 enth game against 13 victories. He
was replaced by Jack Sanford.
Ma r League Standings Other Late Games
In other scheduled games last
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE* night, the Chicago Cubs scored five
73 L Pt. W L Pct. GB runs in the third inning to take an
orlk 73 40 .646-
go 57 54 .514 15 Milwaukee 63 52 .523 - Dodgers at the Coliseum in Los
n56 54 .509 15t San Francisco 57 52 .523 6' early 5-0 lead over the Los Angeles
and 55' 57 .491 17/ Pittsburgh 56, 52 .519 7' Agls
it 43 55 .491 17 St. Loa s 53 55 .491 10 Aneles.
ntre 51 58 .468 20 Philadelphia 51 54 .486 10% The game between Boston aid
as City 48 59 .449 22 Chicago 53 59 .473 12 Washington in Washington was
.ington 48 64 .429 241 Cincinnati 50 58 .463 13 postponed because of rain.
not include last night's games Los Angeles 50 58 .463 13 The Detroit Tigers eked out a 7-6
TODAY'S GAMES *Does not include last night's games victory in a slugger's battle in De-
sas City at Chicago (2-TN) -y'
(7-9) and Urban (7-8) vs. TODAY'S GAMES troit's Bfiggs Stadium. -
an (9-10) and Wilson (7-9) or Milwaukee at Cincinnlati - (2-TN) Harvey Kuenn paced the Tigers'
(4-2). -Burdette (11-9) and Pizarro (2-1) 12-hit attack on five Athletic hurl-
olt at Cleveland (2-TN)-Mo- vs. Nuxhall (9-8) and Kellner (4-2).
2-4) and Susce (4-1) or Foy- Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) -- ers, as Gail Harris and Reno Ber-
8-10) vs. Bell 6(-5) and Wil- tbria, filling in for Billy Martin.
(-10) s.eRaydon (6-3) vs. Meyer (1-5).
(2-5).. atthrbaesokdhmrfr
on at Baltimore (N) - Sulli- Chicago at Los Angeles (N) - a third base, socked homers for
9-5) vs. Portocarrero (11-7). HobbIe (9-6) vs. Koufax (9-5). the Bengals.-
hington at New York (N) - St. Louis at San Francisco - Mi.- Tom Morgan, the third Detroit
al (6-8) vs. Ford (14-5). zell (8-8) vs. Gomez (6-10). pitcher, got credit for the victory.
E MAY START:
Ill-Stars Close Out Practice Drills

TOM ACKER
. , . wins for Redlegs
Wison Silent
On Big Ten
Bowl Future
CHICAGO (P) -- The Big Ten
apparently will play a waiting
game concerning its role in the
Rose Bowl after the 1960 Pasade-
na classic.
The 1960 contest is the last in
the currept contract between the
Big Ten and the Pacific Coast
Conference, which disbands June
30, 1959.
Big Ten Commissioner Kenneth
L. "Tug" Wilson declined yesterday
to comment on what the Big Ten
plans in post-season football com-
petition after 1960.
Lathrop L. Leishman, football
chairman of the Tournament of
Roses Assn., has said the Rose
Bowl game will be continued after
1960.
But as far ar the Big Ten is con-
cerned Wilson said, "It's embar-
rassing, because we have been in-
vited guests at the Rose Bowl game
and can't go asking to be invited.
Wilson said he has not heard
from Jack Lowe, Cotton Bowl
president, who has said he would
like a Big Ten-Southwest Confer-
ence rivalry in the Dallas post-
season feature.
"I have a great deal of respect
for the Southwest Conference,"
said Wilson, "but I think those
people can understand that our
present attention is occupied, with
the Rose Bowl situation."
-Supend Star
Aussie Netter
MELBOURNE (?') - The Lawn
Tennis Assn. of Australia suspend-
ed Davis Cup star Mervyn Rose in-
definitely yesterday for failure to
furnish information concerning his
expenses on an overseas tour this
year.

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frequently denied story - the Patterson Prepared
Cleveland Indians are moving to OCEANSIDE, Calif. - Heavy-
Minneapolis. weight Champion Floyd Patterson,
unlike many others, is not taking
Harried Indians' officials were lightly his title defense with long-
called on yesterday for another de- shot Roy Harris of Texas.
nial. They obliged. "In a fight like this," said Pat-
Bobby Bragan, abruptly dis- terson, "one punch can make a dif-
missed recently as Tribe field man- ference."
ager, broached the subject. About 20,000 are expected for
"I feel they're going to move. California's first heavyweight title
1 They've got to," he said. battle in almost two decades.

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