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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Detroit Whips Yank
Senators Win in Pitc
NEW YORK (P)-Frank Lary
whipped the New York Yankees Gail Harris drove in four runs
for the fifth time this season yes- with two triples and a single and
terday 12-5 with a relief help from Al Kaline and Charley Maxwell
Hank Aguirre as Detroit continued each knocked in three.
its mastery over the league leaders. Elston Howard was the big Yan-
Until the Yanks broke, through kee with a triple, double and two
with two runs mn the seventh, the singles. Mary Throneberry hit his
27-year-old righthander had shut third homer of the year, a long
them out for 27 consecutive inn- blastinto the right field bleachers,
ings. He finally gave way to Aguir- leading off the ninth.
re on this sweltering humid after- WASHINGTON - A seventh-
noon after Mickey Mantle hit his inning lead-off home run by Roy
24th homer and a New York rally Sievers, his 21st of the season,
was under way. delivered a 5-4 victory to the
ovThe TYans nthewseason4seriesWashington Senators over the
over th asntheseasseri Cleveland Indians last night be-
although they trail by 12% games fore 6,048 fans. Reliefer Truman
in the league standings. Clevenger, pitching one-hit, shut-,
Detroit jumped on rookie Zack out ball over the last 6 % innings,
Monroe, the loser, for six runs in was credited with the win.
h Loser in a brilliant duel of relief
three more off Virgil Trucks and pitchers was rookie Gary Bell who
added a final three off Johnny took over in the second inning
Kucks in the ninth. from Herb Score, who was making
his first start on the mdund since
" April 30.
inces in Bid
rts Crown
began his quest for another singles .
title as he advanced into the third
round with victories over tw9 Chi-
cagoans, Mike Gordon, 6-0, 6-2
and Parker Hall, 6-0, 6-0. Bartzen '
won in 1954.
Mike Green of Miami Beach
and Sammy Giammalva of Hous-
ton, the No. 6 and 7 seeds, moved
into the fourth round with easy
wins. Green defeated Robert Del-
gado of Los Angeles 6-1, 6-0
Giammalva whipped William Ball
of Waterloo, Iowa, 6-0, 6-2.

Lees, 12-5;
Jhing Duel
Bell gave up only three hits in
his 6% innings and fanned six.
Sievers' loft was the only run he
allowed.
Score, bothered all season by a
sore left elbow, seemed to rely on
slow-breaking pitches and was
very wild. He walked the first three
batters he faced in the first inning
and then errors by rightfielder
Gary Geiger and shortstop Billy
Hunter let in two runs.
Red Sox 5, A's 2
BOSTON - Golden Boy Jackie
Jensen crashed his 27th homer
with two mates aboard in the first
inning last night in propelling the
Boston Red Sox to a 5-2 victory
over the Kansas City Athletics.
Jensen lined a one-strike pitch
into the left field screen to provide
the second-place Red Sox all the
runs they needed and boost his
American' League leadership in
homers and runs batted in. He has
79 RBI's.
Jensen also doubled and scored
the fifth Boston run on Sammy
White's two-bagger"in the eighth.
Frank Sullivan, the 6-foot-7
right-hander, picked up his eighth
victory in 10 decisions although he
needed help from southpaw Leo
Kiely after surrendering a, single
to Bob Cerv opening the eighth.
Kiely hurled hitless ball to pre-
serve the decision.
Major League
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CHICAGO (M)-Barry MacKay,
the 22-year-old Davis Cupper from
Dayton, Ohio, easily brushed aside
two opponents yesterday in his
opening bid for the National Clay
Courts tennis crown.,
MacKay, No. 1 seed, over-
whelmed Bobby Siska, 15, of San
Francisco, 6-3, 6-4, in a second-
round match of the 48th annual
tournament. Then, .,the former
Michigan star turned back Gay
Messick of Western Springs, Ill.,
by the, same score.
All other domestic seeds ad-
vanced easily at the suburban
River Forest courts.
The No. 1 women's seed, Mrs.
Dorothy Head Knode of Forest
Hills, N.Y., drew a first-round bye
and was not scheduled to appear
until today.
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BEFORE SENATE:
Radio-TV Sports Bill
Blackout Stirs Protest

All University students and staff
members are invited to use the
facilities of the Intramural Sports
Building for the weekly Co-Recre-
ational program held on Wednes-
day evenings from 7:30 to 10:00
p.m. All facilities are available for
men and women students and their
guests free of charge. Towels and
lockers are furnished. Gym shoes
are required.
Facilities include fourteen hand-
ball and paddleball courts, ten
squash courts, nine badminton
courts, a basketball court, and two.
volleyball courts. All equipment for
these sports is available at the
Sports Building.
In addition, the I-M pool is
available for coed swimming and
diving. Mr. Dennis Rigan of the
Department of Physical Education
for Men is on hand to assist be-
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The gym of the gymnastics team
will be open for those interested
in tumbling, trampolining, or
working out on any of the gym
equipment. Wolfgang Dozauer of
the varsity gymnastics squad will
assist anyone wanting to learn the
fundamentals of the various exer-
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Children of students. and staff
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facilities during the first hour.
Parents must stay with their chil-
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Baker' To Play
Next Season
PITTSBURGH VP)-Gene Baker,
utility infielder for the Pittsburgh
Pirates, underwent knee surgery
yesterday as the result of an injury
suffered Sunday at St. Louis.
Surgeons expressed belief the
surgery was successful and that
Baker will be able to play next
season. He suffered torn tendons
as he stumbled and fell trying to
field a grounder.
Baker will be hospitalized about
10 days. He will return to his Chi-
cago home to convalesce. His knee
will be in a cast until September.

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WASHINGTON (M--The Justice
Department and Sen. Joseph C.
O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.) raised
strong objections yesterday to a
proposal to permit professional
sports to curb radio-TV broadcasts
of their events.
Robert A. Bicks, an assistant at-
torney general, said the proposal
in a pending bill "could conceiv-
ably result in a virtually complete
blackout of sports broadcasts and
telecasts."
Bicks testified at a Senate Anti-
Bolt Granted
Day, Repr&,ieve
HAVERTOWN, Pa. (UPI) -
United States Open golf champion
Tommy Bolt received a .24-hour
reprieve yesterday in his trial on
charges of conduct detrimental to
the game.
The executive committee of the
Professional Golfers'. Association
discussed his case informally at a
special three-hour meeting yester-
day, but decided not to take any
definite action until Bolt ap-
peared.
The tempermental Oklahoman
telephoned president Harold Sar-
gent, of the PGA and advised that
he had been delayed but would
fly in from Odessa, Tex., Tuesday
night. Sargent then scheduled the
hearing for 5 p.m. (EST) today to
make certain that Bolt would have
plenty of time to be on hand.
"We don't want to do anything
until we have heard from Bolt,"
Sargent said. "You can't penalize
a man without hearing his side of
the story."
Sargent revealed that Bolt had
appealed the $500 fine levied
against him which he picked up in
the Pepsi tournament two weeks
ago.

monopoly subcommittee hearing
presided over by O'Mahoney.
Anti-Trust Bill
The subcommittee is consider-
ing a bill, passed by the House,
which would exempt from anti-
trust laws such practices of pro
baseball, football, basketball and
hockey as the contract reserve
clause, player trades and drafts
and territorial rights..
Bicks raised no objection to
these features, but he protested
against the radio-TV provision,
which in effect would give leval
sanction to the kind of radio-TV
curbs now practiced by pro sports.
Fiery Testifies
Benjamin F. Fiery of Cleveland,
attorney for the American League
of pro baseball, testified the club
owners have no desire to blackout
or limit radio or TV broadcasts
of. their laseball games beyond
what is necessary to protect minor
league teams.
The minor leagues say they have
been hurt by the preferences of
many fans who would rather
watch or listen to a big league
game on TV or radio than to come
out to see the local team play.
Attorney Fiery said the legisla-
tion would merely clarify the big
league's rights to protect the mi-
nor league teams in the sale of
broadcast rights.
Boosters Objections
Other federal agencies lined up
with the Justice Department in
opposing the radio-TV provision
in the pending bill.
John C. Doerfer, chairman of
the Federal Communications Com-
mission, said a widespread TV
blackout of sports events would be
contrary to public interest.
Early W. Kintner, general coun-
sel for the Federal Trade Commis-
sion, said his agency frowns on
any exemptions from the anti-
trust laws.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
New York 54 28 A469 -
Detroit 41 40 .506 12y_.
Boston 41 40 .506 12y4
Kansas city 39 41 .488 14
Chicago 39 43 .476 15
Baltimore 38 42 .475 15
Cleveland 39 45 .464 16
Washington 35 47 .427 19.
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York (N)-Bun-
ning (7-5) vs. Turley (13-3).
Kansas City at Boston - Terry
(5-8) vs. Delock (8-0).
Cleveland at Washington (N)
Woodesch k (0-0) vs. Griggs (3-7).
Chicago at Baltimore (2-, two-
night) - Donovan (4-10) and Shaw
(3-2) vs. Harshmnan (6-7) and Pap-
pas (6-2).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 43 36 .544 -
San Francisco 44 38 .537
Chicago 43 41 .512 2y4
St. Louis 39 38 .506 3
Philadelphia 38 39 .494 4
Pittsburgh 39 43 .476,5Y2
Cincinnati 37 42 468 6
Los Angeles 38 44 .463 6%4
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at San Francisco -
Sanford (6-7) vs. Antonelli (9-7).
Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) -
Spahn (10-6) vs. Jones (6-7).
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N)-
(N) - Friend (10-10) vs. Kipp (4-3).
Cincinnati at Chicago, (D-N) -
Haddix (5-5) and Lawrence (6-5)
vs. Drabowsky (8-8) and Phillips
(6-2) or Solid (0-0)..
League Leaders
AMERICAN LEAGUE
G AB R H Pct.
Power, Cleveland 76 304 53 100 .329
Fox, Chicago 83 327 46 106-.324
Runnels, Boston 76 290 49 93 .321
Kuenn, Detroit 70 271 35 87 .321
Cerv, K. C. 75 279 57 89 .319
Williams, Boston 76 244 48 77 .316
Ward, K. C. 72 242 32 76 .314
Jensen, Boston 81 289 51 89 .308
Mlzone, Boston 82 335 43 102 .304
Vernon, Cleveland 69 205 29 62 .302
HOME RUNS
Jensen, Boston 26 Sievers, Wash. 20
Cerv, K. C. 23 Triandos; Balt. 16
Mantle, N.Y. 23 Lemon, Wash. 16
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Boston 76 Lemon, Wash. 52
Cerv, K. C. 63 Lollar, Chi. 49
Sievers, Wash 52
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pct.
Musial, St. Louis 74 264 39 96 .364
Mays, San F. 81 323 65 110 .341
Dark, Chi. 67 273 33 91 .333
Ashburn, Phila. 79 316 47 102 .323
Skinner, Pitts. 76 285 51 82 .323
Walls, Chi. 84 335 59 108 .322
Anderson, Phila. 75 281 42 87 .310
Banks, Chi. 84 337 67 103 .306
Cepeda, San. F. 80 323 52 99 .306
Green; St. L. 71 229 31 69 .301
HOME RUNS
Thomas, Pitts. 25 Neal, Los An. 17
Banks, Chi. 23 Matthews, Mil. 17
Walls. Chi. 20 Boyer, St. L. 17
Cepeda, S.F. 19
RUNS BATTED IN
Thomas, Pitts. 72 Anderson, Phi. 56
Banks, Chi. 67 Walls, Chi. 52
Cepeda, S.F. 57 Spencer, S.F., 52

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