THE MlIHIGAN O AILY
Si"xth InningRal Gives
with his starting lineup almost
McDougald's game-winning sin-
gle ended Friend's day and hung
the defeat around his neck. The
winner was Wynn who worked
only the sixth inning but took full
advantage of that tie-breaking
run, driven home, appropriately
enough by McDougald, the man
who batted for him.
Turley, the 'Yankee who is the
torp winner in the majors with a
12-3 record, simply didn't have it.
Despite two singles, a walk, a
hit batsman and a~ wild pitch,
Turley managed to escape the first
with only two runs.
The American League which
owns a 15.10 edge in the series
now has won two in a ro.,
S ' J
By Johnny Hort
TiIHOW'S DOIMYOUVEMENt= 1TrCAN'T ROLL AWAY.
... "good pitching"
Stengel Cites Good Pitching
As Key-to Game's Outcome
BALTIMORE(I) "I alw a s
said that there's a lot to the pitch-
ing in these All-Star games be-
cau~e if you don't have it, these
big fellows hit you," wxas the diag-
nosis yesterday of Manager Casey
Stengel of the victorious American
"Glood pitchers stop good hit-
ters, and I had..three of them today
in Ray Narleski, Early Wynnx and
southpaw Billy O'Dell-"
lHis "fella" who started, Bob
Turley, was "a little wild," Casey
Stengel singled out O'Dell for
having "made all the other hitters,
look the same' size."
O'Dell said he threw fast balls
and sliders to set the National
Leaguers down in order in the last
three innings. He chalked up the
only two strikeouts for his side.
O'Dell, who could have been
given credit for the victory at the
scorer's discretion, said the batter,
he feared most was Stan Musial.
He got Musial to ground out in the
eighth on a _slider.
Wynn, who received the pitch-
ing- victory on' one inning of
throwing' in the sixth, said while
waiting for the decision "it. sure
would be nice" to get the credit.
This wras his fourth All-Star Game,
and the first victory 'for the Chi-
cago White Sox pitcher.
Ted Wxyilliams, the Boston slug-
ger appearing in his 14th All-Star
game, echoed Stengel's analysis of
"I said before thae gamne the
score wAould be something like 3
to 2," Williams stated., "I tigure d
it that way, becauise this is a tough
ball park and I expected good
Stengrel trooped into the club)-
house at the head of his winning
"Very good," hie turned and
shout ed, "That shows howv you can
come laron behind. You ma,.ke me a
masn gzer again,"
jful All1-Star managing job 0out (of
players hie didn'tt int-P the
game. "I1 1 could have gonu,?all
in, the score probably would have
been highxer," he said.
In Golf Match
champion Don E s.;ig, matchingI
far .73 with the help of two;j
eagles, yesterday wvon medalist!
honors of the National* nublic
Links Golf Tournament wvith a,
36-hole total of 144.
The 19-year-old former Indian.-
apolis caddy and niow ai member
of the LSU golf team led 64 qjuali-.
fiers in a field of 150 for cham-
pionship match play starting to-
Essig will try to' become the I
first player since 1929 to win the'
Public Links. title in successive
years. Only twice in the meet's
33-year history has a medalist
gone on to take the crown.
Clustered with 147 were 17-
year-old Randy Petri of Austin,
T.ex., with a closing 74; Lawrence
Robertson of Minneapolis, 42, a;
real estate broker, with 72, and,
Bill Arakawa of Honolulu; 110-1
pound grocery manager, also with
Among those at 149 were Wsalt
Durdle, Peoria, Ill.; Lyle Horn-
backer, Mo'orhead, Minn.a State
Teachers, College student, and
Frank Schmidt, Dayton. Horn-
backer scored birdies on four of
the last five holes for a 71.
Another 71 -was posted by Val-I
ray Bleech, Flint, Mich., telephone
offce manzager, with 12 one-putt
green s. He was bracketed at 150.
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TOTALS 31 4 9 3 27 9
a-Flied out for Spahn in 4th;
b--Singled for Narleski in 5th;
c--Popped out for Triandos in 6th;
d---Safe on error for Aparicio in t1I;
e--Singled for Wynn in 6th;
f--Flied out for Jackson in 7th;
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