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Althea Gibson Wins Match;
Australians Again Superior

WIMBLEDON, England V) -
Barry MacKay plunged out of the
men's singles at Wimbledon yes-
terday, le a v i n g Uncle Sam's
chances for a tennis singles title
resting solely on the determined
shoulders of Althea Gibson.
Inexperienced
Hard fighting MacKay - a vic-
tim of inexperience - bowed to
Mervyn Rose, crafty Australian
left- hander and his own doubles
partner, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4.
This left the United States
without a representative in the
men's semifinals for the second
straight year and proved once;
again Australia's domination of
the game. Three Australians and
a Dane - the always surprising
Kurt Nielsen -- survive.
No Excuses
MacKay, 22-year-old giant from
t Dayton, Ohio, walked off the cen-
ter court after his defeat, disap-
pointed but not downhearted.
"You have got to lose to learn,"
he said. "No excuses for my per-
formance. Rose played too well
for me, that's all. My blistered
hand was fine and it didn't cramp
my style at all."
Miss Gibson, the defending wo-
men's champion from New York,
skirted the brink of disaster her-
self before she forged into the
women's semifinals on a 6-3, 6-8,
6-2 victory over Shirley Bloomer,
Britain's No. 1 player.
Miss Gibson's next opponent
will be Ann Haydon, a tomboy
Briton who scrambled for every
Many To Vie
or omen's
Track Honors
NEW YORK (P) -A huge field
of 237 has entered the national
women's track and field champi-
onships at Morristown, N.J., Sat-
urday, hoping to earn trips to
Europe.
The girls, including Olympians
and all of the 1957 American
champs, will vie for medals and
the 20 places on the women's team
which will meet the Russians at
Moscow. July 27-28.
Judging by the records, Uncle
Sam's nieces don't appear to have
a ghost of a chance of beating
the Russian women.

point in upsetting Maria Bueno,
the Brazilian stylist, 6-3, 7-5.
Angela Mortimer and Mrs. Suzy
Kormoczy, a Hungarian in her
middle thirties, . qualified for the
other semifinal bracket after eras-
ing American opponents. Miss
Mortimer won over Mrs. Margaret
du Pont of Wilmington, Del., 4-6,
6-3, 10-8. Mrs. Kormoczy ousted
little Mimi Arnold of Redwood
City, Calif., 6-4, 5-7, 8-6.
In the men's semifinals, it's
Rose against Ashley Cooper, the
top-seeded Australian champion,
and Nielsen against Neale Fras-
er, another lefthanded Aussie.

BARRY MACKAY
... inexperienced

Thomson Sets
ark To Win
British rial
ST. ANN'S, England W -- Aus-
tralia's Peter , Thomson won the
qualifying medal for the British
Open Golf Championship yester-
day and broke a record that Bob-
by Jones set in golf's vintage year
of 1926.
Seeks Fourth Title
Thomson, seeking his fourth
British title, shot a 70 to go with
a record 63 he shot Monday for
a 36-hole qualifying score of 133.
This was the lowest in the history
of this. the world's oldest major
championship,
Thirty-two years ago Jones
qualified for the British Open
with 134 strokes. Jones played at
Sunningdale and then won the
open here at Lytham St. Anne's.
The Jones record was equalled
here six years ag-o by Scotland's
John Panton.
Finest Golf
Thomson shot the finest golf
over a two-day period, but the best
yesterday was by a grand old
gentleman who goes back to the
Jones era. Little Gene Sarazen,
the farming squire from German-
town, N.Y., played Lytham yes-
terday in 68 strokes for a quali-
lying total of 141.

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Yanks Split with Oriole;
Cubs Down Giants, 9-5

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE -Five home runs,
two of them by Mickey Mantle,
plus some sterling fielding, fea-
tured a twi-night double-header
last night with Baltimore defeat-
ing New York 7-5 in the opener,
only to lose the second game when
Ma ntle's second home run broke
a deadlock in the eighth inning.
Mantle gave the Yanks an early
lead in the first game with his 15th
homer of the season, his first ofi
Baltimore pitching this year. But
the Orioles exploded for five runs
in the fifth, including Bob Boyd's
third home run of the season and
singles by Gene Woodling, Dlick
Williams and Gus Triandos.
Three home runs, accounting
for all the scoring, coupled with
three Yankee double plays, just
about told the story of the second
game.
Woodling hit his sixth of the
season, 400 feet over the right field
fence to put the Orioles ahead 1-0
in the fourth inning. Don Larsen,'
the winning pitcher, tied the score
in the fifth with his third homer'
of theyear, and then Mantle came
along with his game-winning blast
in the eighth, his second home run
of the night and his 16th of the
season. j
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12th last night in powering the
Red Sox to a 10-5 victory over the
Washington Senators.
Jensen, who belted 14 homers in
June to take over the American
League leadership, drilled a liner
high into the left field screen for
two runs in the sixth.
Williams, finding the range after

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in addition to his 400-foot blast'ye s
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stands with Frank Malzone aboard ea
in the third.
* * *
Cubs 9, GIants 3. NEW YORK !p; - Polly Riley
CHICAGO-The Chicago Cubs and Barbara Romack, a pair of
greeted young Mike McCormick old hands in the competition, and
with a three-run eighth inning six newcomers were named yes-
yesterday and wrapped up a 9-) terday by the United States Golf
victory over the San Francisco Association to the Curtis Cup
Giants. Eight homers were hit, two team which will face Britain's
each by rookie Tony Taylor and best women amateur golfers next
Ernie Banks of the Cubs. month.
Willie Mays homered for the Mis Riley, from Fort Worth,
first time since June 6. and Daryl Thx., will be playing on her sixth
Spencer, Bob Schmidt and Ray Curtis Cup team, and Miss Ro-
Jablonski also hit homers for the mack, from Sa cramento, Calif.,
Giants. All came with none on, on her third.

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BOSTON-Boston's Jackie Jen-
sen continued his tremendous slug-
ging by crashing his 24th homer
and Ted Williams contributed his

AMERICAS LEAGUE
W L PL'rt. G
New York 43 23 .6 -
Kansas City 33 33 .513 9
Boston 35 34 .507; !1a
Detroit 34 34 $50titIi)
Chicago 33 36 .47A I1
Cleveland 34 38 .4721°
Baltimore 31 36 .4G3;121.',
Washington 29 40 .0 15'
TODAT'S GAMES
Kansas City at Detroit - Terry
(5-5) vs. Bunning (5-5),
New York at BaltimoreI - MOniroe'
(0-0) vs. O'Dell (8-8).
Washington at B-oto - Pascual.
(3-4) vs. Brewer (3-6).
Only games scheduled.
A~ - .4 .4 m

NAT1OtNAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 38 28 .367 -
San Francisco 37 34 .521 3
Cinctinnati ,32 33 3.492 5i -
Cicago 35 37 .486 6
Pits bucgh34 37 .479 6s.j
Phi11ladelph1iai 30 34 .469 7
Los Angeles 31 39 .443 9
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Only games scheduled,.. .,. ,
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Cooley Defeats Television
-In 14- Softball Game, 7-5
Relief pitcher Jim Holtz gave
up one hit and blanked Television out of the inning with onlyt
for three and two-thirds innings more run scoring on a wild pit
as Cooley Research downed TVs TV went ahead, 5-3, but Coo
as ColeyReserch owne TVscored three in their half of
7-5, in an Intra-Mural softball third and one in the fifth for
game at Ferry Field yesterday. t
Holtz came in after starter victory.
GogeRossadnalte thrtee Holtz was in trouble only in
. Gorge Ross had allowed three fifth when an error, a pop sir
runs and had loaded the bases onf
walks - with one out in the third and a walk loaded the bases w
z inning, The speedy left-hander nobody cut. He got ,out of
then struck outonedbatter and Jam by striking out the next t
gotanohe togrondoutto etter and making the nextt
ground into force outs,
In the other I-M game play
I-M Notice Chemistry "A" clobbered Edu
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The Intramural Department in the first inning.
A Co-Recreation program will be Cal Hallada started the runi
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will include swimming, badmin- ---------
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