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___ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

raves Stretch League Lead;
ankees Overpower Chisox

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Fair Oaks, Calif., yielded six hits
in the first four innings, then
tightened up and struck out six
as the game progressed. The Phil-
lies left 11 runners stranded.
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St. Louis 2, Pirates 1
PITTSBURGH ()-Curt Flood
hit a two-run homer In the ninth
inning last night to give the St.
Louis Cardinals a 2-1 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates. It was
Pittsburgh's fourth straight loss.
Flood's drive over the left field
wall came after Gene Green had
opened the inning with a walk,
the fourth Ron Kline had issued.
Through eight innings Kline
had allowed the Cardinals only
five hits. He was charged with his
eighth loss against seven victories.
* *
Yankees 6, White Sox 2
CHICAGO.(A) -The New York
Yankees, shut-out in four of their
last nine games, last night dis-
played their favorite weapon --
the home run - to crush the Chi-
cago White Sox 6-2.#

A crowd of 27,845 watched Sox
starter Early Wynn blank the
Bombers for the first three inn-
ings before Mickey Mantle, Jerry
Lumpe and Norm Siebern unload-
ed homers in the fourth for a 5-0
lead.
* * *
Tigers 5, Orioles 0
DETROIT P) -- The Detroit
Tigers spoiled pitcher Milt Pap-
pas' home-town debut last night
by scoring a 5-0 triumph over the
Baltimore Orioles. Right-hander
Paul Foytack scattered five hits
in his first complete game in more
than three weeks.
Red Sox 4, Indiana 3
CLEVELAND VP) - The Boston
Red Sox scored two runs in the
ninth inning last night, defeating
the Cleveland Indians 4-3 and
ending a four-game losing streak.
The winning run scored on an
error by Vic Power, a hero sud-
denly turned goat. He booted Lou
Berberet's sharp grounder with
Gene Stephens on third, two away
and the score tied 3-3.

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Althea Gibson Wins Easily
In, Wimbledon First Round

Student Periodical Agency

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WIMBLEDON, England OP) --
Althea Gibson opened the defense
of her Wimbledon tennis cham-
pionship yesterday by breezing
past Australian Mary Hellyer as
most 'of the favorites advanced.
Maria Bueno of Brazil and'
Christine Truman of England,
teen-agers ranked with the 30-
year-old Harlem girl as the great
powers of women's tennis, also won
easily on another showery day.
Seven of the 12 U.S. girls survived.
Women Programmed
With the exception of a few first
round mbn's matches, postponed
from Monday's rainy opener, the
program on the second day of the
72nd Wimbledon championships,
was given over mostly to women's
singles. Several of the players drew
first-round byes and actually start-
ed play in the second round. There
also was a smattering of men's
doubles matches.
Miss Gibson, top-seeded player;

CHICAGO (JP) -- ard-punch-
ing Rory Calhoun is a 2-1 favorite
to repeat an earlier triumph over
Bobby Boyd in a national TV
bout between two ranking middle-
weights in Chicago Stadium to-
night,
Calhoun, 23, from White Plains,
N.Y., scored a second-round TKO
against Chicagoan Boyd, 24, in
New York's Madison Square Gar-
den Nov. 22.
Calhoun with a 34-4-1 record.
including 18 knockouts, is ranked
sixth by Ring Magazine and sev-
enth by the National Boxing Assn.
Boyd, 48-8-3 with 22 knockouts, is
rated eighth by both.
The bout will- be telecast over
ABC beginning at 9 p.m., EST.
Scoring will be on the five-point.
must basis, a round winner get-
ting five points, a round loser any
lesser number and an even round
called five-five.
Since whipping Boyd, Calhoun
has fought five times, defeating
Randy Sandy and knocking out
young Jack Beau and Yolande-
P'ompey. However, he was out-
pointed by Joey Giardello in his
last start, May 5, and Jan. 20 was
knocked out in four by Spider
Webb.
Boyd won a 10-round decision
over Charley Joseph a month aft-
er being blitzed by Calhoun. He
drew with Holly Mims Jan, 22 and
outpointed Neal Rivers April 16.
Boyd is a stablemate of new
welterweight champion Virgil
Akins, also managed by Bernard
Glickman, Chicago' awning com-
pany owner.

who was beaten by Miss Truman
in Wightman Cup play, eliminated
the Australian girl with the loss of
only two games 6-0, 6-2 in a sec-
ond-round match.
The 17-year-old Miss Truman
blasted Mrs. J. L. Deloford 6-0, 6-1
in another second-round match.
Miss Bueno, 18, fashionably at-
tired in a tennis dress decorated
with tiny green palm trees around
the waist, disposed of England's
Mrs. Hazel Cheadle 6-1, 6-2 in the
first round.
Rose Wins
In the men's competition the
only important result was a victory
for Mervyn Rose, the scowling
Australian.
Rose, seeded third, ousted Wla-
dyslaw Skonecki, a Pole, 6-3, 6-4,
6-1. This match was postponed
Monday because of the rain,
Foul weather and a lack of in-
terest in women's tennis held down
attendance to 17,868.
Only Karol Fageros of Miami,
Fla. among the seeded players, had
any real trouble. By the luck of
the draw, she was pitted against
Sally Moore, a 17-year-old budding
star from Bakersfield, Calif.
White Sox Sell
Dropo to Reds
Walt Dropp's ten-year stretch
in the American League was end-
ed yesterday when he was sold by
the Chicago White Sox to the Cin-
cinnati Redlegs.
The big first-baseman had play-
ed previously with the Boston Red
Sox and Detroit Tigers. He starred
in his rookie year with Boston
when he hit .322 and batted in
137 runs, but never played as well
after that.
He was traded two years later
to the Tigers in a trade which in-
cluded George Kell. Then, three
years ago, Detroit sent him to
Chicago for Ferris Fain.
I-M NOTICE
Anyone interested in of-
ficiating Intramural Depart-
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the summer session is asked to
contact the I-M Department
at NO 3-4181. Umpires are
needed for softball as well as
officials for volleyball 'and
basketball. Softball and bas-
ketball officials are paid-$2.00
per game; volleyball officials
$1.00 per game

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