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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY
roves tinto Quarter-wFinal Round IAI_%1 I

Tigers Defeat Athletj~es, 7-6;
Braves Wallop Reds, 9-2

By The Associated Press j
DETROIT -The Detroit TIig ers {
scored three runs---two unearned-'
in a wild ninth inning and defeat-
ed the Kansas City Athletics 7-6
yesterday.
Detroit trailed the Athletics 6-4
going into the big inning.
Third baseman Preston Ward,
threw an apparent double-play'
grounder into right field and let
in two runs, then right-fielder,
Roger Manis made a wild heave
over third base allowing the wn
wi-ning run to score.
IThe Tigers loaded the bss with
one out on three singles that drove
out relief pitcher Toni~ Gorman.
H-arvey Kuenn then lilt Murrayj
Dickson's first pitch to Ward anal
the run parade started.
Cleveland 5, White Sox 3
CHICAGO-Reliefer Hoyt Wil-
helm put down an eighth inning'
Chicago White Sox uprising and,

Six U.S. Crews Await Henley Regatta

yardage. Stranahan, playing de-
spite A painful back Injury, card-
ed a 36-32--68 over the same
course.
Gene Sarazen, 56, of Germnan,
town, N.Y., -who won this chain-
pionshij 26 yrears ago, scored 38-
35-73 over the adjoining Fair-
.haven Links. Fairhaven has an
easier 37-35-742 par for its 6,512
yard length.
Fred Brown, an amateur from
Los Angeles, tied Lytham's par
with 33-38--71 for second honors
among the small American con-
tingent.
Thomson's round broke the
course record of 67 set by Fred
Dalin 1952.
On the practice tee, Stranahan
was in great pain. He was given
permission to delay his tee-off an
hour-and-a-half so he could have
a masseur work on him.
He tied for fifth place.
Bobby Locke, the defending
champion from South -Africa, had
38-35-73 at Lytham.
Alex Fox, a Scottish pro; Bernie
Hunt, of London, and Joe Carr,
British Amateur championl from
Dublin, also turned in fine rounds.
Fwox had a 66 at Fairhaven and
SCarr slipped twio strokes off the
amateur record at L.ythan with a
67.

p reserved a 5-3 victor; for the
Cleveland Indians and rig=ht-b 1ad-
er Cal McLish last night.
With two runs in, a eman oan sec-
orid and none out, Wilhelm got
the Sox out w;ithout further darn-
1se as McLish gained his fourth
victory against five defeats.
Braves 9, Redlegs 2
MILWAUKEE -TheMiwue
Braves concentrated their scoring
w.tiith ten hits in two innings last
night, walloping Cincinnati 9-2 as'
southpaw Warren Spahn became1
the first National League pitcher
with 10 victories this season.
The Braves got all but two of
their hits in, the fourth and fifth
innings, scoring four runs . n The
fourth and five in the next inning.
Cardinals 4, Dodgers2
ST, LOUIS--The S;. Louir Car-
dinals, led by Stan Musial defeated
the Los Angeles Dodgers, 4-2, last
night. Linde McDaniel '-as the
winning pitcher for the second-
place Red Birds, He gained his
fifth victory against seven defeats
jwith a complete-game eilfort.
Musial had a home run and a
double in three times at bat and
drove in two runs.
ijor Leagu
Standings
AMTERICAN LEA4GUE
W 1L Pct. CGB
New 'Fork 43 23 .5
Kansas City 35 33 .513 9
Boston 33 34 .07 9a
Detroit 34 34 .500 7o
Chicago 3.3 35 .483 11
Cleveland 31 36 .465 12°
Paltimore 31 36 .4A3 l2]~.
AWashingt-on ±9 40 .420 151',
j ~ TO)AV'S GAMTES
I Kansas City at Dletroit (N)
Terry (:i-5) vs, Lary (8-5).
Cleveland at Chicago (N) - Nar-
leski (9-5) vs. Dlonovan (3-8).
W'ashington at Boston (1) .-
Grig-s (3-4) vs. Delock (5-0).
New York at Baltimore (2-Twi-
Night) - Larsen (6-11 andi Kucks
(6-3) vs. Brown (I-b) and Harsh-
man (6-6).
'(does not include last night's games)
NA<1TONA.L LEAGUEF*
W' L Pct. GB
Mtilwautkee ra37?2R .569 -
St. Louis 35 31 .530 21
San Francisco 37 3.3 .529 2)_
Cincinnati S2 32 .500 '41"
Chicago t4 37 ,419 6
-Pittsburgh 34 37 .479 6
Philadelphia 30n 34 .469 fi i
Los Angeles 31 38 .449 8
T01)4Y'SGAMES
Philadelphia it Pittsburgh (N )..
Semnproch (8-5) vs. Friend (9-8).
S Clninnat~I at milwvaukee (N)-
Lawrence (5-'3) vs. Butrdette (5-6),
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)_
Podres (?-7) or Koufaxs (6-3) vs.
11rosman (7-5).
San Francisco a't Chicago- Go-
mnez (5-6) vs. Drabowski
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