AT, JUNE 27, 1958
FRIDAY. JUNE 27. 1P58 TILE MIChIGAN DAILY PAGE
Yanks Edge White Sox, 4-3;
Orioles Defeat Tigers 2-0
MOVES TO FOURTH ROUND:
Gibson Scores Victory at Wimbledoi
By The Associated Press
New York 4, Chicago 3
CHICAGO-Norm Siebern's solo'
homer in the seventh inning
proved to be the margin of victory
in a 4-3 New York Yankee triumph
over the Chicago White Sox yes-
terday before a crowd of 31,535,
including 18,214 paid.
The ladies' day throng saw the
first-place Yankees held by Dick
Donovan to one hit until a four-
hit spurt in the sixth produced
three runs, two on a sharp single
by Bill Skowron.
Neither Donovan nor starter
and winner Johnny Kucks, who
notched his sixth victory against
three defeats, finished.
Donovan was followed by Gerry
Staley and Kucks, who left in a
threatening Sox seventh, gave way
t6 Bobby Shantz and Art Ditmar.
Chicago's Jim Rivera tripled and
scored the first Sox run in the
fifth and homered across a mate
in the seventh.
Siebern's game-deciding homer,
his fourth of the season, sailed
into the upper right field deck with
one out in the seventh.
Boston 2, Cleveland 1
CLEVELAND -- Ted Williams'
ninth-inning home run and Dick
Gernert's game-tying round-trip
blow in the seventh won the Bos-
ton Red Sox a 2-1 decision over
Cleveland in a pitchers' duel be-
tween Ike Delock and the tribe's
Williams led off the ninth with
his ninth home run of the season
high into the upper right field
Delock gave up five hits and
struck out 12 and McLish yielded
six hits and fanned nine.
Cleveland scored its run in the
fourth inning on a single by Vic
Power off Delock's glove and a
double by Rock Colavito.
Gernert picked on a 3-1 pitch
for his 13th home run of the year,
a smash into the left field stands
with one out and the bases empty.
Baltimore 2, Detroit 0
DETROIT-Jack Harshman re-
turned to winning form for the
Baltimore Orioles yesterday, blank-
ing the Detroit Tigers 2-0 with a
The veteran lefthander won his
first game since May 10. He had
lost six straight decisions after
opening the season with five con-
The Orioles nicked loser Billy
Hoeft for the only run they needed
on a first inning walk to Gene
Woodling, Dick Williams' single
and Gus Triandos' sacrifice fly.
Bob Boyd drove home the other
run with his second homer-a belt
into the upper rightfield deck off
relief pitcher Herb Moford in the'
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 2
PITTSBURGH-The surging St.
Louis Cardinals took advantage of
three Pittsburgh errors yesterday
and grabbed their sixth straight
triumph with a 6-2 verdict over
It was the Pirates' sixth straight
An error by Bob Skinner in the
seventh paved the way for three
cardinal runs and two miscues by
Billy Mazeroski helped produce
two more runs in the ninth.
The Cards scored their other run#
in the eighth on a pinch triple by
Irv Noren and a sacrifice fly by
Skinier's error put Stan Musial
on second. Musial scored on a
triple by Ken Boyer.
Consecutive singles by Gene,
Green, Curt Flood and Hobie
Landrith produced the other runs
in the seventh.1
Starter Lindy McDaniel earned
his fourth victory against seven
Larry Jackson finished for the
Cardinals after McDaniel was
lifted for a pinchhitter in the
eighth. Vernon was the starter
Giants 3, Redlegs 1
CINCINNATI (A') - Orlando
Cepeda's 15th homer of the sea-
son, a three-run blast in the
eighth inning, provided the big
punch in a four-ruri San Fran-
cisco Giant uprising that sank
Cincinnati's Redlegs last night
Johnny Antonelli went all the
way, doling out seven hits for the
The veteran lefthander struckI
out six Redlegs and didn't walk1
Redleg starter Harvey HaddixI
ran into trouble in the eighth. An-t
tonelli singled and after WillieI
Mays was walked, shortstop Darylr
Spencer belted a run-making
Then came Cepeda's homer over
the center field wall. Joe Nuxhall1
took over the mound, but the Reds
could not recoup.]
Dodgers 4, Braves 1
MILWAUKEE (P) - Don Drys-
dale socked his first homer of thet
year and tamed the Braves ont
eight hits last night as the last
place Los Angeles Dodgers tookt
a 4-1 victory that trimmed Mil-
waukee's hold on first place in the
National League to a game and
Rain delayed the start of theI
game an hour and 27 minutes.
Once the Dodgers got to bat they
scored a run in each of the first
three innings to hand the world
champion Braves their second
Washington 6, Kansas City 6
The game between Washington
and Kansas City was tied at 6-6
at the end of the regulation nine
innings of play.
WIMBLEDON. England t2) -
Defending champion Althea Gib-
son was far off form yesterday
but still had more than enough
to defeat Mexico's Yolande Ha-
mirez in the Wimbledon Tennisl
The tall, 30-year-old New York-
er began clicking in the second
set as she overcame the tiny, 23-
year-old Mexican senorita, 9-7,
6-2, and gained the fourth round
of singles play.
Miss Gibson's victory was ore
of five scored by° Americans in
singles play yesterday. Four other
Yanks were elininated, including
pain-wracked Janet, Hopps of Se-
Eight Players Left
This cut Uncle Sam's dwindling
tennis forces to four men and
four women. America's main
hopes rest with the women.
Only Barry MacKay. blistered
racket hand and all, is rated a
slight possibility to break through
the Australians and Europeans in
Mimi Arnold of Redwood City.
Calif., Karol Fageros of Miami,
Fla., and veterans Budge Patty
and Gardnar Mulloy were the
other American winners yester-
Three Men Lose
Beaten in addition to Miss
Truman turned in a workmanlike day which drew 25,300 spectators
ob in defeating another Engih . to Wimbledon's plus green acres,
irl, Jill Rook, 6-3, 6-1 in the officials ran off all the second-
third round. The English amaon round ;nd some third-round
wh1o conquered A'11ea in th e
Wightman Cup mathesirated singles matches in an effort to
a good chance to win the title. make up for lost time,
Ayala, fifth-seeded, was upset Rain and soggy courts in the
by Italy"s Nicola Pietrangelli, 6-4, past two days put the tournament
6-4, 6-3, behind schedule, Officials hope to
Taking advntage of a sunny clean up the third round today.
Mickey Wright Takes Lead
In Women's Golf Touarney
DETROIT iP) -Lanky Mickey
Wright grabbed a one-stroke lead tage over a pair of former Open
in the first round of the U.S. titlists, Betty Jameson of San An-
Women's Open Golf Tournament toio and Louise Suggs of Sea
yesterday at Forest Lake Country 'land, Ga., and uncrowned cham-
Club. -pon Jackie Pung.
The long-hitting blonde from Lost on Technicality
Chula Vista. Calif., battled strong It was Mrs. Pung who appar-
winds and rugged competition and ently had won the 1957 Open only
finished the first day with a 74, to lose it on a scoring technicality,
one over par at the hilly layout. Betsy Rawls of Spartansburg,
Miss Wright, winner of the re- S.C., who was declared the winner
cent ladies' 'GA championship after the Hawaiian housewife was
but seldom an outstanding player disqualified, had a 79 yesterday.
in the Open, had a stroke advan- Alwayvs strong off the tee, the
23-year-old Miss Wright capital-
ized on a good putting game for
I-M Notice her 39-35-74. Three times on the
front nine she had one-putt greens
Anyone interested in offi- to make .par, and coming home
ciating Intramural Depart- canned 8, 20 and 40-footers for
rnent athletic contests during birdies.
... homer wins
... blanks Detroit
Cougars' Rodgers Paces
Field in NCAA Matches
I Major Let
W L Pct.
New York 41 22 .651
*KansasCity 33 30 .524
Boston 33 33 .500
Detroit 32 32, .500
Chicago 30 34 .469
Cleveland 31 36 .463
Baltimore 29 34 .460
*Washington 28 36 .438
*(Does not include last night'sg
New York at Kansas City (
Boston at Detroit (N)
Washington at Cleveland (
Baltimore at Chicago (N)
Vernon, Cleveland 146 51
Fox, Chicago.......255 85
Ward, Kansas City 178 58
Kuenn, Detotk. .202 65
McDougald, New York 196 62
W L Pet. G
*Milwaukee 35 26 .574 -
St. Louis 34 29 .539 2
*San Francisco 35 31 .530 2
*Cincinnati 30 30 .500 4
Pittsburgh 32 35 .478 6'
Chicago 32 35 .478 6
Philadelphia 28 33 .459 7
*Los Angeles 29 36 .446 8
*(Does not include last night's gam
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N)
Mays, San Francisco 263 98 .3
Musial, St. Louis ... 214 78 .3E
Crowe, Cincinnati ... 153 54 .39
Dark, Chicago ........ 203 69 .3
Ashburn, Philadelphia 242 82 .3
RBI-Thomas, Pittsburgh, 64
HOME RUNS-Thomas, 20 -
STOLEN BASES-Mays, 13
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. R') --
Phil Rodgers, a 20-year-old col-1
legian who reacts to pressure like
a professional, beat Maryland's
Deane Beman on the 18th hole 1
up yesterday and led the imposing
Houston delegation into the third
round of the national collegiate
As the field was narrowed to 16,
it looked like a contest between
Houston and the rest of the nation.
Rodgers, Frank Wharton, Jim
Hiskey, Jack Cupit and Bob Pratt
ventured into match competition
after chalking up an aggregate
total of 570 strokes to give Houston
the team title earlier this week,
The mark bettered by two
strokes the previous NCAA re-
cord, set by Southern Methodist
In addition to Cougar linksmen,
John Konsek of Purdue, the Big
Ten champion, survived the two
rounds of match play.
He defeated Don Massengale of
Texas Christian 3 and 2 and Carlr
Lohren of Maryland 3 and 1.
Ron Royer of Indiana, the In-
diana junior champion, won his
first round match 5 and 4 from
In Golf Meet
By The Associated Press
P1 a y i n g line-ups were an-
nounced yesterday for the annual
pro-amateur golf match between
the United States and Canada to
be held July 1 at Toronto's St.
George's golf course.
Sixteen players; competing in
the tournament were placed on
two-man teams so that a Cana-
dian amateur and pro will meet
an American amateur and pro.
The captain of the Canadian
squad will be Stan Leonard of
Vancouver, while the team from
the United States will be headed'
by Doug Ford.
Last year at Flint, Michigan,
Canada defeated America, 712-
412, to win the international tour-j
in the second round 6 and 5 to Bob Hopps, who was seeded seventh,1
Brue of Miami,
Jon Sommer of Indiana was a
1 up first round victim of Lloyd
Monroe of Colgate and Gene
Francis of Purdue lost to Tommie
Aaron of Florida, 4 and 3 in the
To Play Here
All-State tackle Jon Schoof has
signed a Michigan football tend-
er indicating he will attend the
University next fall.
The grid star, who was gradu-
ated from Grand Rapids Ottawa
Hills high school, adds more lus-
ter to what has been called Mich-
igan's greatest freshman team in
The tender means he cannot
receive athletic aid from any oth-
er Big Ten school, even if he de-
cides not to attend Michigan.
were Bob Perry and Gregory
Grant of Los Angeles, and Nick
Carter of San Francisco. The male
losses were expected.
Miss Hopps and Chile's Luis
Ayala were the only seeded play-
ers to lose and the third so far
in the tournament
Third-seeded Dorothy Head
Knode of New York was eliminat-
Australia's high-ranking Mal
Anderson and Neale Fraser, Swe-
den's Sven Davidson and Den-
mark's Kurt Neilsen, all had fair-
ly easy victories.
Patty, 34, eliminated Perry, 25,
a fellow Californian, in a hard-
fought five setter, 6-4, 6-3, 3-6,
Mulloy, 44, of Coral Gables, Fla.,
coasted to a 6-2, 6-4, 6-3 victory
over South African John Hurry.
' Top-seeded Ashley Cooper of
Australia didn't play.
While the American girls had a
measure of difficulty in winning,
Britain's 17-year-old Christine
the summer session is asked
to contact the I-M Depart-
ment at NO 3-4181. Umpires
are needed for softball as well
as officials for volleyball and
basketball. Softball and bas-
ketball officials are paid S2.00
per game; volleyball officials
$1.00 per game.
Team entry blanks for the
summer softball tournament
will be available through to-
morrow at the I-If Building.
Gams will be played Monday
through Thursday beginning
at 6:45 p.m.
Each team will play two
games a week,
One weak tee-shot and a stray
shot into a sand trap brought on
her only bogies on the back nine.
Miss -Jameson, winner of the
1947 )Open, needed only 10 putts
on the front nine at the6,240-yard
course that plays to par 37-36-73
for the ladies.
Miss Suggs, two-time Open win-
ner and runner-up another time,
came back strong for her 75. She
took 40 strokes going out but put
together a birdie and eight
straight pars on the back side.
The 72-hole tournamentNoffers
$72,000 in prize money with $1,800
going to the winner.
Davis Adams of Georgia but lost
MASTER BOW REPAIRING
HASKAYLOPS STRING SHOP
Fine Workmanship Has Its Voice
RBI-Cerv, 56 2
RUNS-Cerv, Kansas City, A47
HOME RUNS-Cerv and Jensen,
STOLEN BASES-Apariclo, Chi., 15
PRO SPORTS ROUNDUP:
Indians Oust Bragan, Hire Gordon
CLEVELAND (P) - The Cleve-
land Indians fired Bobby Bragan
as manager last night and hired
Joe Gordon, former Indian and
New York Yankee second baseman
and now antinsurance salesman
t in Sacramento, Calif.
"We are making this change
with the hope that there will be a
general improvement in the club,"
General Manager Frank Lane
The Indians lost to the Boston
aed Sox 2-1 yesterday and are
now 12 games behind the New
York Yankees and tied with Baltic-
more for seventh place in the
Lane said Gordon would leave
San Francisco Thursday night and
arrive in Cleveland at 10:20 a.m.
NEW YORK (AP)-Roy Camp-
anella, Los Angeles Dodger catch-
er, said yesterday he had declined'
an appointment to the New York
State Athletic Commission.
Gov. Averell Harriman made the
offer to the paralyzed baseball star
six weeks ago during a visit to
husk Institute, where Campanella
has been hospitalized for the past
The 36-year-old athlete suffered
a broken neck and crushed verte-
brae 4in an automobile accident
last Jan. 28.
His progress has been slow but
steady. He now is able to sit in a
wheel chair although he still is
211 s. State
205 E. Liberty
MUSIC SliOPS NO 2-0675
for the Finest in Recorded Mus ic
"The Home of the Famous California Delux Burger"
10c French Fries * 15c Milk Shakes
- - - - - - - - - - -
unable to move any limbs other
than his arms.
Lions Sign Reichow
DETROIT (A') - The Detroit
Lions yesterday announced the
signing of Jerry Reichow to a 1958
National Football League contract.
Reichow, used last year ex-
tensively as an end and flanking
halfback was signed by the Lions
new General Manager, Edwin An-
derson, and Coach George Wilson.
Wilson and Anderson yesterday
signed Howard "Hopalong" Cas-
sady to a 1958 contract.
Wilson -indicated Reichow will
return to quarterback this season
as an understudy to Bobby Layne
and Tobin Rote.
WIMBLEDON (P) -- Promoter
Jack Kramer said here his pro-
fessional tennis tour of the Soviet
Union would begin Aug. 18.
The date was agreed upon be-
tween Kramer and Soviet tennis
officials visiting in London during
the Wimbledon championships.
308 SO. STATE STREET
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
NEW YORK (A)-Frank Gifford,
backfield star of the New York
Giants, said today he was for-
saking football for a career in
movies and television.
The 27-year-old former South-
ern California player, who is under
a long term contract with a Holly-
wood studio, has signed to star in
a weekly television show next fall.
"I had hoped to be able to play
one more season of football with
the Giants,". Gifford said, "but I
honestly don't see how I can."
Interested in Canoeing?
We rent canoes by the day or half day.
Float trips, along the beautiful Huron river and through
the whole chain of lakes may be arranged by appointment.
Picnic grounds, tables and dressing rooms
are available to our customers.
Pizza Served In Car
Electronic Curb Service
FLOOR SHOW * FLOOR SHOW
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
1035 S. Main-Ann Arbor
DANCE to the MUSIC
of REUEL KENYON
and his ORCHESTRA
Phone NO 8-6141
FREE PEPSI-COLA with any sandwich
Saturday and Sunday only
2280 WEST STADIUM BLVD.
Near Wrigley's NO 5-5864
LITTLE PORTAGE LAKE
Corner of Packard' and State
Phone UP 8-3266
FROZEN FOODS & MEATS
"Isn't this the the funniest ginger-ale ever?"
Ah well .. such is life. But pleeeeez, don't allow yourself
to remain "innocent" of Kwik 'n Kleen, the campus' newest,
most complete driL e-in laundry and dry cleaning center!
Besides offering such handy items as a pleasant self-service
laundry department, automobile window service for shirts,
/ ''r &
DRIVE A NEW CAR TONIGHT
BARGAIN EVENING RATE
Keep social engagements in a
gleaming new Ford or other
fine carl From 6 P.M. until
9 A.M. next day, only
plus mileage at Sc per mile
Open seven days a week
till 9:00 P.M.
PHONE NO 2-7500
_- - -
--_- ae ^ _ .. --- - - _ _.._
With Starflash Camera in your choice of colors
Everything needed for day-and-night snapshooting. New
Brownie Starflash Camera that takes Ektachrome color slide,.
as well as black-and-white and Kodacolor snapshots. Built-in
flasholder. Plus batteries, flashbulbs, Venichrome Pan Film,
instructions. Camera available in your choice of four custom
colors: coral red, skyline blue, alpine white, or jet black.
RIY nnA AVF ca
MILK MAID DRIVE INN
HAMBURGERS - MALTS-- HOT
CHICKEN - SHRIMP - FRENCH