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, JULY 10, 195. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ians Score Seven in Eighth Innungmi
Blast Yank's Ford in 12-2 VictoryL

McLish, who was lifted for a
pinch hitter in the big inning gave
up only five hits in his tenure on
the mound. The Yanks scored
their only earned run in the sec-
ond on a booming triple to right
center by Bill Skowron, and a
fly by Tony Kubek. Don Mossi
gave up an unearned tally in the
eighth.
Braves-Dodgers Running
LOS ANGELES 07P-The cham-
pion Milwaukee Braves opened a
three-game series with the Los
Angeles Dodgers last night.
Carl Willey (2-1) started for
Milwaukee, Stan Williams (3-3)
for Los Angeles.
The Braves 'went out in order
in the first. In the bottom half
Roseboro singled to score one run'
and Bilko hit a home run to score
three more for the Dodgers.
.Bruton lined a. double in the
Braves' second to score one run.
Crandall singled to score another.
In the Dodgers' half Conley took
the mound for Milwaukee. With
the bases loaded Furillo singled to
score Reese. Roseboro lined to
center to score two more runs.

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Padio, heater, good tires, very
clean interior, For sale by owner,
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1958 PLYMOUTH Belvedere, 2-door
hardtop. Torqueflte, power steering.
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Stengel GiveS
Baseball Clean
Slate at Senate

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Thomas, 23-year-old account-
ancy clerk from Sydney, went
ahead at the start of the third
mile and steadily drew away from
Lincoln. The pocket-sized ath-
lete - he is 5 feet 5% z inches tall
and weighs 126 pounds - com-
pleted two more laps in around 66
seconds each.
With only 440 yards left, a 66-
second lap was enough to put
Thomas in world figures. But he
streaked around in :62.8 and
broke the tape 200 yards ahead
of Lincoln. Irishman B. A. Mes-
sitt was. third.
"Usually I am very nervous,"
Thomas said Itaer, "but tonight
I felt on top of the world. I felt
from early on in the race that
I would, be there or thereabouts."

WASHINGTON (P)-Casey Sten-
gel took an hour off for discourse
with United States senators yes-
terday and told them baseball's
conduct is impeccable,
The 70-year-old Yankee pilot
appeared before the Senate Anti-
monopoly subcommittee which is
considering a House-passed bill to
give pro baseball, football, basket-
ball and hockey sweeping exemp-
tions from antitrust laws.
Stengel was only one of an illus-
trious lineup of witnesses. Ted Wil-
liams of the Boston Red Sox,
Mickey Mantle of the Yanks and
Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cards
came over from Tuesday's All-'
Star Game in Baltimore to put
in a plug for baseball's reserve
clause, its draft and other prac-
tices that some lawmakers have
termed monopolistic,
Robin Roberts of 'the 'Phillies
and Eddie Yost of the Washington
Senators, chief spokesmen for ma-
jor league players in their dealings
with club owners, also testified.
Both Williams and Musial tes-
tified that if they were starting
their baseball careers all over, they
would do , exactly as they have
done.
"The men are happy and satis-
fled with the way baseball is run,"
Williams said.

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hydramatic, A- 1 condition,
$295.
1953 CHEVROLET, 2-door, green,
Looks and runs good. $445,
1955 CHEVROLET, 2-door, green,
Excellent condition inside and
out. $895.
1956 CHEVROLET, 4-door, 6 cyl-
inder, standard transmission,
Choice of two, both low-mi e-
oge and really sharp, $1195.
1957 CHEVROLET conver'tible.
There is a choice of two, one
red and the other blue, Both
have radio, heater, power-
glide, and the V-8 engine,
while one has power steering
besides. $2195,
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inside Display Lot
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Owners Vote Not To Shift Senators

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Dan Sikes Jr., of Jacksonville,
Fla., in Thursday's third round,
Domestic Tennis Losers
INDIANAPOLIS -- Sixth-seeded
Maxwell Brown of Louisville, Ky.,
and third-seeded Marta Hernan-
dez of Mexico City were ousted
from singles play in the Western
Amateur tennis tournament yes-
terday-the first casualties among
the domestic seeded players in the
tourney.

Brown, who plays his college V
tennis at Notre Dame, lost a hard-E
fought mTatch to Estaban Theyes of
Mexico City, second-seeded foreign
entry, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. Reyes held
match point 10 times before the1
weary Brown double faulted the
deciding point.
Unranked Susan Hodgman, a 17-
year-old Kalamazoo, Mich,, play-
er, upset Miss Hernandez in
straight sets, 8-6, 6-2. She ad-
vanced to the semi-finals along
with second-seeded Marilyn Mont-
gomery of San Antonio, Tex., who
needed three sets to beat Olga
Palafox of Mexico City, 5-7, 6-3,
6-3.
PHILADELPHIA - Don Card-
well, 22, fastballing righthander,
is returning to the Philadelphia
Phillies after overpowering batters
in the International League. for
two months.
Cardwell, who won his first three
games last season as a rookie for
the Phillies, was optioned to Miami
H( won 11 games and lost five
for the Marlins, starting 18 games
coirmpleting 11 and striking.out 126
batters in 141 innings. Cardwell
compiled a 249 earned run aver-
age.
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The 1958 edition of the NCAA
Official Football Guide, annually
the first national football publi-
cation off the presses, is due for
local distribution this week.
It contains 1958 schedules and
1957 results and standings of 620
teams and 65 conferences, plus
team and individual statistics, the
consensus All-America Roster and
the official rules of the college
game.
Also included is such data as
coaches' all-time records, college
enrollments, team nicknames andl
colors, name and capacity of each
stadium, and the all-time series{
records of teams' against their
1935 opponents.
The authoritative Guide is not.
newsstand distributed, but is
available locally at Moe Sports
Shops, 711 N. University Ave., Ann
Arbor, recently appointed head-
quarters here for the collegiateI
sports publications.

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