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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ashniek, Gillanders ualify
or Pan-Am Games in Chicago

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illanders Takes Second,
ashnick Third in Trials

a

y PETER ANDERSON
Summer Sports Editor

Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - "We finally
t ,lucky.,
So commented Wolverine swim-
ing coach Gus Stager last night
ter two of his boys, Tony Tash-
ick and. Dave Gillanders, quali-
ed here for the 220-yard butter-
y event in the swimming trials
r the Pan-American Games to
e held later this month.
Gillanders' tine of 2:20.5 for
oe event was good enough for
scond place while Tashnick fin-
hed a strong third. Indiana's
[ike Troy, representing the Indi-
rapols Athletic Club, won the
rent with a time of 2:20.5, equal
I Gillanders'.
Gillanders stayed slightly behind
de leaders until the last lap when
e made his bid and finished giv-
ig. Troy a battle for the first
erth. Tashnick took an early
ad, leading for three of the four
ps, then tired in the final lap
uccumbing to the final bursts of
miljanders and Troy.
"After taking that early lead I
aought he would tire sooner, even
liough he is in good condition,"
'oach Stager said after the trials
ast night.
Both Troy and Gillanders broke
ae American and American Citi-
en's record of 2:23.6 set by Bill
'orzyk on Aug. 26, 1957. Yorzyk
ompeted last night and was ex-
ected to be a strong contender
y virtue of his 2:22.5 qualifying
l~t best for the .qualifying
aund. He placed seventh in the
inals with a time of 2:25.0.
EEPS TITLE:;
Flweight
TOKYO MP) - Pascual Perez of
rgentna retained his world fly-
'eight championship last night
-th a unanimous 15-round de-
islon over Japan's K nji Yone-
ura but his performinance was
l ything but Impressive.
It was Perez' eighth title de-
mse, and his 51st victory in 53
ghts
Perez' performance was lack-
ister, relieved only by a jolting
ft hook that floored Yonekura
r a. seven-count in the second
Mund, a flurry that opened a cut
rer the challenger's right eye in
4e sith, and a series - of solid
~flts i the 1th, 12th and 15th
lat made the Japanese fighter
old on.
Referee Joaquin Arvas, an Ar-
entine, scored it 150-137 in fa-
or of Perez. Judge Anthony Pet-
nella,- a coordinator for the
nited States National Boxing
ssociation, gave it to Perez, 145-
9, and Ju gehKoshiro Abe, a
apanese, had the champion in
ont, 146-138.
After the fight Perez faced
ounting pressure to meet the
miy 'man ever to defeat him as
pro. He is Orient flyweight ling
adao Yaoita, also of Japan, who
rater by the NBAas the No. 1
o n t e n d e r.

The women's platform diving
event was captured by Paula Jean
Myers Pope of Los Angeles. Kathy
Hartwig of Ann Arbor barely
missed third place and a trip to)
the Games, being edged out by,
Juno Irwin of the Los Angeles
Athletic Club and Tahiea SparlingI
also of the Los Angeles AC.
Cone Wins Backstroke
In other action Carin Cone of
Houston won the women's 110-
yard backstroke event with a time
of 1:21.1. Going with her to the
Games, which start Sept. 22, will
be second-place winner Lynn
Burke of Portland and Christine
Kluter of Cleveland who placed
third.:
' Saturday nine events were
scheduled, including finals in the
men's springboard diving, women's
220-yard freestyle, men's 110-yard
backstroke, women's 110-yard but-
terfly and the men's 440-yard
freestyle.
The lone Michigan qualifier for
the Games Saturday was Bill
Webster, a diver who was scholas-
tically ineligible last year. Web-
ster took second place in the
three-meter springboard behind
Ohio State star Sam Hall. Hall
amassed a total of 468.20 points to
459.8 for Webster and 445.6 for
third-place finisher Gary Tobian
of dos Angeles.
Fails To Qualify
John Smith,' Wolverine back-
stroker, qualified for the finals in
the 110-yrd event with a time of
1:06.4 only to finish sixth and out
of the running in the finals.
Today Wolverines Dick Hanley,,
Carl Woolley and Tony Tashnick
will enter the 220-yard freestyle
in attempts to gain qualifying
Games berths, as will Ron Clark
and Cy Hopkins in the 220-yard
breaststroke. NCAA diving champ
Dick Kimball will put in hisfirst
appearance while attempting to
qualify in the men's platform div-
ing event.
a jor League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGU-
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 66 42 .611 -
Cleveland 65 46 .586 2
New York ' 56 54 .510 11
Baltimore 56 55 .505 11%
Detroit 54 58 .482 14
Kansas City 52 59 .468 15/2
Boston 50 61 .450 17 /2
Washington 44 6S .393 24
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 7, Boston 4 (10 innings)
Cleveland 6, Kansas City 4
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
Chicago at Detroit (N)
New York at Boston (N)
(Only games scheduled)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
San Francisco 64-47 .584 -
Los Angeles 62 49 .559 2
Milwaukee 59 48 .551 3
Pittsburgh 54 57 .551 10
Chicago 52,57 .477 11
Cincinnati 51 58 .468 12
St. Louis 53 61 .465 121
Philadelphia Y46 64 .407 172
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 3, St. Louis 2
(Only game scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (2,TN)
Los Angeles at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at St. Louis (N)

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-Daily-Peter Anderson
PAN-AM QUALIFIERS-Tony Tashnick (left) and Dave Gilland-
ers are shown here just before qualifying for the finals in the 220
yard butterfly event at East Lansing Saturday. Last night the pair
qualified in the finals and thus will go to the games Sept. 27.,
Ex-Bookmaker To l Testify
OnTitle Fight Promotion

NEW YORK (JP)-Former bookie
kingpin Frank Erickson agreed
yesterday to testify before a grand
jury looking into the promotion
of Ingemar Johansson's recent,
heavyweight title victory.
Dist. Atty. Frank S. Hogan
talked with Erickson about an
hour and then said the former
bookmaker wouldtappeal before
the grand Jury later this week.
Hogan said as far as he was
concerned there was no question
of any fix in Johansson's upset
victory over former heavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson. He de-
clared:
"In fairness to Patterson and
Johansson, there isn't a scintilla
of evidence of any fix. We're not
investigating the fight. I choose to
believe it was strictly on the
level."
Hogan Indicated his office Is
interested ix .he promotion of the
fight and the later squeeze-out of
promoter William P. Rosensohn.
The district attorney said there
were pre-fight meetings between
Rosensohn and an unidentified
underworld character.
"Rosensohn has given us infor-
mation that we are trying to cor-
robate," Hogan added. "He told us
about the meetings."
Ofthe overall boxing picture,
Hogan said:
"Since we've been investigating
it, it seems to me that underworld
characters have their fingers in it
..we have made certain pro-
gress, and we are cooperating with
the State Athletic Commission and
hope to make more progress."
Hogan said he also was informed
during the day that Gilbert Lee
Beckley will appear for question-
ing tomorrow. Beckley, 47, of Surf-
side, Fla., is described as a pro-
fessional gambler.
He was said by Hogan to have
been present during Rosensohn's
meeting with the unidentified un-
derworld character.
Meanwhile, Vincent J. Velvella,
president of Rosensohn Enter-
prises, Inc., cabled Johansson all
was set for a Sept. 22 return bout
and asked his okay.

Velvella, who, took over when
Rosensohn signed away his part
in the boxing promotion company,
invited both Johansson and his
advisor,.Edwin Ahlquist, to fly to
New York "to be available to
remove all doubt cast on your
intentions."
Dodgers Face
Another Suit
WASHINGTON 1P)-A Los An-
geles taxpayer, Julius Ruben, yes-
terday asked the Supreme Court to
invalidate the contract under
which the city would deed land in
Chavez Ravine to the Los Angeles
Dodgers baseball club.
Ruben contended the contract is
for a private purpose and provides
for an expenditure of public funds
and property acquired by taxation,
in violation of the United States.
Constitution's guarantee of due
process of law.
The appeal questioned portions
of a decision by the California su-
preme court declaring valid a Los
Angeles ordinance which author-
ized the contract. Ruben's appeal is
similar to one filed earlier with
the Supreme Court on behalf of
another Los Angeles taxpayer,
Louis Kirshbaum.
Italy Finally
Scores- a Point
PHILADELPHIA (T) -- Unpre-
dictable Nicola Pietrangeli salvaged
a consolation point for Italy in
the Davis Cup inter-zone semi-
finals yesterday when he defeated
Australia's Roy Emerson in the
final singles match, 6-4, 6-0, 6-4.
Australia had clinched the series
the series with a double victory
Sunday and had gone ahead 4-0
in the first of yesterday's mean-
ingless matches. Rod Laver, 20-
year-old Wimbledon runner-up,
smashed giant Orlando Sirola ,of
Italy, 4-6, 6-4, 6-0, 6-3. /
The point making Australia's
final margin 4-1 was the first
the Italians have scored in the
Davis Cup inter-zone since, 1928.
The defeat eliminates Emerson
as a singles possibility in the chal-
lenge round against the United
States Aug. 28-30.

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OR TITLE BOUT TOMORROW:
Moore, Durelle Sign Contracts Today

MONTREAL (-) - Challenger
Yvon Drelle, obviously on edge for
his return title fight with light-
heavyweight. champion Archie
Moore, said yesterday he would
not sign a return bout contract
unless he was assured of better
terms.
But Durelle's manager, Chris
Olmedo Winsr
Eastern Title
SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. A1) -
Alex Olmedo, the U. S. Davis Cup
ace from Peru and Los Angeles,,
yesterday won his first tourna-
ment since Wimbledon by ripping
his big serve past Mike Green of
Miami, 6-4, 3-6, 6-0, 6-2, in the
Eastern Grass Court final.
The top-seeded Peruvian now
takes a week's rest to sharpen up
for the Aug. 28-30 Davis Cup chal-
lenge round.
Olmedo breezed through the
tournament with the loss of only
two sets-one to Green yesterday.

Shaban, said there wouldn't be
any difficulty about the contract.
Later, after talking to both
Durelle and Shaban, Truman Gib-
son said the fighters will sign re-
turn bout contracts this morning.
The papers would call for each
man to collect 30 per cent for the
third fight if Durelle should win
Wednesday.
Gibson is president of National
Boxing Enterprises of Chicago,
which stages the Wednesday night
television fights in the United
States. The NBE paid $100,000 for
U.S. TV rights to the second fight.
Moore, the 42-year-old title-
holder, and Durelle, the, 29-year-
old Canadian and British Empire
ruler, meet in a return bout in the
Forum tomorrow night.
The old champion, decked four
times, rallied to knock out the
husky fighting fisherman in the
11th round of their thrilling first
fight here last Dec. 10.
Durelle, who netted about $20,-
000 against Moore's $75,000 the
first time, said he was very un-
haennv aboil th+ t+m- fnr t+--

"The return bout contract calls
for each of us to get 30 per cent,"
said Durelle after he finished
drilling at St. Jean Baptiste gym.
"That's not enough for me. I
haven't got anything to show for
14 years of boxing. If I should
win I want to get at least $100,000
for a title defense.
"After all, Moore got big money.
The return bout contract is in my
room and I'm not going to sign
it. They can throw it out the win-
dow. If my manager signs it, and I
win, then let my manager fight
the return bout."
Shaban, who was not present
when the fighter made his re-
mark, said later:
"There's no doubt we'll have to
sign. After all, Moore is the cham-
pion and we are after the title."
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