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SWIMBLEDON TOURNEY:
MacKay, Olmedo in Third Round Play

WIMBLEDON, England, WA'
Alex Olmedo, Barry Mackay and
Earl Buchholz Jr., all United
States Davis Cup Players, yester-
day went into the third round of
men's singles at the rain-plagued
Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
The only upset of the day came
with the defeat of seventh-seeded
Kurt Nielsen of Denmark, twice
runner-up at Wimbledon. Rod La-
ver, a 20-year-old Australian red-
head, licked Nielsen 10-8, 6-4, 7-5.
Nielsen's defeat means that two
of the seeds in the top half of the
draw-the one in which Mackay
and Buchholz are drawn -- have
been knocked out. Buchholz elim-
inated Nicola Pietrangeli of Italy
.on Monday.-
Olmedo, the 23-year-old Peru-
vian who lives in Los Angeles, took
only 55 minutes to demolish 17-
year-old Rodney Mandelstam of
.South Africa, 6-1, 6-1, 6-3. He next
will meet India's 22-year-old Davis
Cup star Ramanathan Krishnan,
who beat him in a warmup tourna-
ment last week. Krishnan disposed
of Bob Phillips-Moore of Australia,
6-2, 6-2, 6-3.
Buchholz, a lanky 18-year-old
from St. Louis, beat Gordon.
Forbes, a DavisCup player from
South Africa, 3-6, 7-5, 11-9, 10-8
in a dragged-out match stopped
three times by rain.
Mackay defeated Vladimir Sko-
necki of Poland, 6-4, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1
on a slippery court and showed

signs of regaining form in his big
game.
Mackay, playing on a slippery
court, didn't go all out against the
Polish veteran Skonecki. Still he
served well enough to get to the
net for the big game he prefers.
"I played as carefully as I could,"
he said. "I was afraid I'd slip and
get hurt."
Mrs..Beverly Baker Fleitz of
Long Beach, Calif., and Darlene
Hard of Montebello, Calif., seeded
third and fourth, gained the third
round of women's doubles.
Rain ruined program' planning'
today and heavy downpours inter-
rupted play, once for over an hour.
Matches continued in fading light
and on slippery courts.
Mrs. Fleitz had to play two hours

on the gloomy No. 1 court before
she won a 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 victory over
Italy's little Silvana Lazzarino,
who plays a tricky soft game. it
was the second tough game in a
row for third-seeded Beverly. Miss
Hard defeated Miss R. Osterman
of Germany, 7-5, 6-2.
Nielsen's defeat came after his
match had twice been interrupted
by rain.
"I like to play a continuous
game and reach my peak," he said
afterwards. "You can't do that
when these breaks come along."
Laver, undisturbed by the delays,
handled the Dane's big service
brilliantly and hiked his game a
notch or two each time he needed
to.

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Patterson Made Favorite
In Title Contest Tonight

NEW YORK WP)--Heavyweights
champion Floyd Patterson today
remained a solid 4-1 favorite over
Sweden's Ingemar Johansson, the
unbeaten European titleholder, in
tonight's 15-round match at Yan-;
kee Stadium.
The weatherman was not overly
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the fight, predicting a partly
cloudy day 'with a chance of
showers. However, the promotion
was driving ahead with promoter
Bill Rosensohn still predicting a
gate of $600,000. That would mean
between 35,000 and 40,000 paying
fans.
Exact~ figures on ticket sales
were hard to come bykalthough
Rosensohn said yesterday the ad-
vance had reached the $450,000
mark. Business was reported brisk
yesterday.
Original estimates of a $1,000,-
000 gate had to be scaled down
when the match ran into a series
of disturbing developments. A law
suit threatened to block the fight
for several days and still may hold
up the purses.
Failure of ohansson to cut
loose with his right in training
awakened serious doubt in the
minds of boxing writers. Only
his perfect record (21 fights, 21
victories and 13 knockouts) and
his one-round knockout of highly-
ranked Eddie Machen last Sep-
tember made him appear a for-
midable challenger. "I am saving
the right for Patterson," ex-
plained the Swede who still re-
mains pretty much of a mystery
to U.S. fans.
The match, scheduled for 9:30
p.m., will not be seen on regular
home television. It will be beamed
into 170 locations in theaters and
arenas in 135 cities by closed cir-
cuit television.
The New York area will be
blacked out on the theater TV but
will join the rest of the country in
the radio broadcast.
Harlan Services
To Be Held Friday
Funeral services for Bruce Har-
lan, Michigan diving coach, who
died last week as the result of an
accident will be held at 10:30 a.m.
Friday morning at the Presby-
terian Church, 1432 Washtenaw.

ALEX OLMEDO
. . . first seeded
'M 'Net Ace
Given Defeat
'EVANSTON, Ill. (IP) - John
Erickson of Michigan, the Big
Ten champion, was upset by Art
Andrews of Iowa in the NCAA
tennis tournament yesterday, 6-1,
Erickson had defeated Andrews
for the Big Ten crown recently.
In other action, Whitney Reed
of San Jose State, ranked No. 1,
advanced, by defeating Bob Nich-
ols, captain of the Georgia Tech
team, 6-4, 6-4.
Second-seeded Don Dell of Yale,
eastern intercollegiate champion,
took a straight set victory, 6-1,
6-4, over Ken Watson, San Jose
State.
Ron Holmberg of Tulane, No.
3, was extended to three sets be-
fore downing- Richard Ogden of
Stanford, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
Holmberg and Reed were mem-
bers of the 1958 U.S. Davis Cup
squad.
Jerry Moss of Miami (Fla.), No.
4, defeated Don Ralph of Notre
Dame, 6-3, 6-2.
The other seeded players moving
up were Crawford Henry of Tu-
lane and Ned Neely of Georgia
Tech.
Tomorrow's quarterfinal pair-
ings :
Reed vs. Andrews; Holmberg
vs. Brown; Dell vs. Henry and'
Moss vs. Neely.
Major League
Standingffs

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GE
x-Cleveland 35 28 .556 -
Chicago 35 31 .530 1
x-Baltimore 35 31 .530 11
x-New York 34 31 .523 2
Detroit 34 33 .507 3
Boston 30 35 .462 6
Washington 30 37 .448 7
x-Kansas City 28 35 .444 7
x-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(See night game results below)
Washington 4, Chicago 2
Boston 4, Detroit 2
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Detroit
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Washington at Chicago
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GE
x-Milwaukee 39 28 .582 -
San Francisco 39 31 .557 11
x-Los Angeles 38 33 .535 3
Pittsburgh 37 34 .521 4
x-Chicago 34 33 .507 5
x-St. Louis 30 36 .455 81
x-Cincinnati 30 37 .448 9
x-Philadelphia 25 40 .385 13
i-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(See night game results below)
San Francisco 4, Pittsburgh 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)

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