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Pierce Blanks Senators, 3-0;
Phillies Down Cardinals, 5-4
Indians 6, Orioles 5+
CLEVELAND-Joe Gordon start-
ed out as Cleveland Indians man-
ager last night with a victory as
the Tribe came from behind to'
beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5.
Rocky Colavito hit a home run,
double ind a single and drove in
half of Cleveland's runs.
The Tribe bunched four runs off
loser Billy O'Dell in the third in-
ning when Bob Avila homered
after Ray Narleski singled and
Colavito smashed his 12th home
run of the year with Vic Power on
via a triple.
Baltimore took over the lead in
the ninth inning by scoring three
runs on a pair of walks and con-
secutive singles by Al Pilarcik, Gus
brought Don Mossi to the mound
Triandos and Dick Williams. That ROOM ANDBOARD
to replace Narleski. FOR BOARD-Phi Kappa Psi Fratern-
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All-Stars' Starting Lineup Announced
ped Berra, as well as runner-up
Sherm Lollar of Chicago.
The absence of such All-Star
regularsasRed Schoendienst and
Eddie Mathews leaves the National
League starting squad with just
two lefthanded hitters, first base-
man Stan Musial of St. Louis and
left fielder Bob Skinner of Pitts-
Musial, who will establish a mark
every time he goes to bat, was
named for the 15th time. He re-
ceived the highest number of
votes-201 out of a possible 235-
from the players, managers and
coaches participating in the poll.
Thomas Tops Mathews
Frank Thomas, the legue's lead-
ing home run and RBI man, won
over Mathews for third base and
Bill Mazeroski, Thomas' teammate
at Pittsburgh outdistanced the
field for second base. Schoendienst
ran a poor fourth.
Other National League starters
include Chicago's Ernie Banks at
shortstop, San Francisco's Willie
Maye in center leld and Milwau-
kee's Hank Aaron in right field and
Del Crandall behind the bat.
The American iLeague starters,
besides Cerv, Triandos, Mantle and
Fox, are New York's Bill Skowron,
first base; Boston's Frank Malzone,
third base; Chicago's Luis Apari-
cio, shortstop; and Boston's Jackie
Jensen, right field. Malzone, with
186 votes, was the leading vote-
getter of the squad.
DETROIT (M)--Fay Crocker of
Montevideo, Uruguay, established
a record for U.S. Women's Open
play yesterday but her five under
par 68 failed to dislodge young
Mickey Wright from the lead.
Miss Crocker, 43-year-old win-
ner of the 1955 Open, burned up
the Forest Lake Country Club
course with a 35-33-68 despite a
faltering start in which she bogied
two of the first five holes.
Cubs 3, Pirates 1
PITTSBURGH - The Chicago'
Cubs whipped the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates 3-1 Friday night as they
handed the Pirates their seventh
straight defeat behind the fine
pitching of Moe Drabowsky, who
is being married here Saturday to
airline stewardess Elizabeth Johns.
Drabowski yielded only three
hits over the first eight innings,
but he was tapped for singles by
Ted Kluszewski and Roberto Cle-
mente in the ninth with only one
out. Bill Henry came on in relief
and forced Bill Virdon to line into
a double plan to end the threat.
Bob Friend 9-8 started for the
Pirates. The Cubs shelled him for
10 hits, including four doubles,
before he was removed for a pinch
hitter in the seventh. He was re-
lieved by Roy Face, who didn't
allow a hit.
* * *,
Phillies 5, Cards 4
PHILADELPHIA - Pinch hitter
Dave Philley's double scoring Wal-
ly Post from second gave the Phil-
adelphia Phillies an 11-inning 5-4
victory last night over the St.
Louis Cardinals. The loss snapped
a six-game Cardinal winning
The hit gave Farrell his fifth
win against two losses. Farrelll
replaced starter Robin Roberts
who tired in the ninth. It was
Muffett's second loss against three
Roberts had retired 16 Cards in
order from the third inning before
allowing the Cards to tie the score
at 4-4 in the ninth.
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WIMBLEDON, England (AP) --
Rain, wind, cold and darkness at
noon wrecked the Wimbledon pro-
gram yesterday and caught Amer-
ica's Barry MacKay midway
through the battle of his young
MacKay and Australia's Bob
Mark - who beat Barry the last
time they met - were head-to-
head in a fierce center court
match. The score was 6-4 for the
21-year-old Aussie in the first set
and count was 8-8 in the second
when the weather did the impos-
sible and got worse.
"I'll beat him tomorrow," said
the 22-year-old Dayton, Ohio star
when Wimbledon officials ruled
that conditions were to bad to
"The blister on my hand is bet-
ter - much better," said the 6-4
MacKay. "It's hard now. I fell and
slipped around a lot out there but
it didn't hurt me."
MacKay is seeded eighth. He is
the only real hope Uncle Sam has
for a victory in the% men's single
of this 72nd Wimbldon Cham-
After his play yesterday it
wouldn't be any shock if the
young Aussie beats him again.
MacKay fell eight times, double
faulted nine times, and was foot-
faulted nine times. His play, even
allowing for the miserable condi-
tions, was erratic.
There are three other Yank
males left and two of them start-
ed battling against each other
Gardner Mulloy, 44, of Coral
Gables, Fla., had a slight lead over
his young neighbor, Mike Green,
? 22, of Miami Beach. The veteran
was ahead, 2-6, 6-4, 2-1, when the
rains came. Mulloy played the
second set in his bare feet on the
soggy, slippery grass court.
Budge Patty, the 1950 Wimble-
don champion from Los Angeles
and Paris, was leading bearded
Torben Ulrich of Denmark, 4-6,
7-5, 6-1, 0-1, when play was called
off for the day.
Four American women, headed
by defending champion Althea
Gibson, still are in the running
for the women's singles title. Al-
thea and Mimi Arnold of Redwood
City, Calif., are in the fourth
round. Mrs. Margaret DuPont of
Wilmington, Del., and Karol Fag-
eros of Miami, had hoped to reach
that frame yesterday. They'll try
again today, weather permitting.
New York at KansasCity (N) --
Ford (8-3) vs. Urban (6-4).
Boston at Detroit - Sisler (6-4)
vs. Bunning (5-5).
Washington at Chicago -- Cle-
venger (4-5) vs. Wilson (6-6).
Baltimore at Cleveland -- Loes
(0-7) vs. Grant (6-4).
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ety of psychological experiments. You will be
paid $1.00 an hour, and may take part in several
experiments, each of which may take from one
to ten hours scheduled at your convenience.
Applications ore available in Room 1020 of
the Administration Building or call NO 3-1531,
Extension 397. )H124
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Chicago at Pittsburgh -- Drott
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San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
McCormick (4-1) vs. Nuxhall
St. Louis at Philadelphia--Maglie
(1-0) vs. Simmons (5-7).
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