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73 DETROIT FREE PRESS Friday, Juiv 30. IPoS 2,1 SPORTS That'll Teach You NotfoBet An American newsman who bet on the wrong team in the All-Star baseball game teed off at the base of Japan's Mt. Fujiyama at 5:30 a.m. Ten hours, 50 minutes, 27 olf balls and 1,275 strokes later. Don Schuck sank a 150- yard "putt" into the crater of tie Ruben Gomez, really took the famed 12,395-foot volcano, it out on the little southpaw's "It's the one putt in my life teammates Thursday. 1 Knew i couldn t miss, Adcock 'Murders' Giants, 13 to 3 Slams Out 2 Homers; Nets 8 RBI 13 Brave Hits Make Spalm's Job Easy Free Pmt Wire Service Joe Adcock, Milwaukee's muscular first baseman who never quite caught up with lit Schuck said. The almost perfect circle crater is 2,000 feet across. SCHICK DROVE the ball ahead stroke by stroke in the 11-mile climb up the mountain side. Much of the time he had to gently scoop-hit the ball over rocks and lava crevices. Many shots were under 10 yards and a few resulted in net losses when the ball bounded back off rocks. A hook or slice would send the ball fading into the. misty, cloudy atmosphere hanging-over the upper part of the mountain. "I was so sure the American League team would win the All-Star game," said Schuck, "that I got foolish and said T'd drive a ball up Fuji if the Nationals won. "Next time, I'll keep my mouth shut or bet money." Gentle Conflict "In match play, there's no tomorrow. One bad round and you're out. In medal competition you al ways have a chance to come back." JACKIE BURKE, who favors a change in the method of de-t e r m i n i ng PGA tournament champion. "In match With a grand-slam homer, a i three-run homer and two additional bits, Adcock drove in eight runs to lead Milwaukee to a 13-3 victory over the New York Giants. ! ADCOCK AND Gomez were the principals in the ball-fling ing rnuDarD luesaay nigni which drew a three-day suspension and $250 fine for Gomez and $100 fine for Adcock. Adcock got his money's worth off Jim Hearn Thursday. He ' hammered a grand-slam homer in the first inning, and a three-! run 375-foot smash off Dick jLittlefield in the sixth. He also doubled in the third and singled to drive in a run in the fourth. His RBI total is the top mark for a single game in the National League this season. Eddie Mathews drove in three other Brave runs with two singles and a double. Warren Spahn benefited from the 15-hit Milwaukee attack. He yielded eight hits while gaining his victory. ' V- r ;' - ()') - " if U j I rvl ! ! ! i ' g m ' " ,AI - -t - t CHECKS ARE distributed to five organizations by Lillian Jacob, president of the Detroit Bowling Council, as the Detroit Bowling Charities, Inc. handed out funds from its drive of last March. Receiving checks are: (from left) E. W. Tuescher, American Cancer Society; Judge Frank Schemanske, Wayne County Tuberculosis Society; Mrs. Jacob; Father Bernard, Capuchin Guild; Harold Krutsch, Boysville; and A. L. Ebersole, of Washington, D. C, Bowlers Victory League. Presentation ceremonies took place Thursday night at the Fort Shelby. TOSS ME MUII GLOVE, SON Ole Diz, He Ain't Through BY JOHN HERMANN" Do the baseball playing days of major leaguers come to an end upon retirement from the game? The answer is not always yes. .A teams seeking games in Mich- final Take the case of ex-Tiger Paul igan or Canada should write him pa (Dizzy) Trout. He has formed a: at loJlO Laballe, team known as the International call UN 1-5728. League Oldtimers which plays Coast Gal Breezes in Western Anne Qnast Konts Ohioan. 6 and 5 HUNTINGTON. V. Va. f.P) Ann Quast, of Everett, AVash., stole the show again jThursday at the Women's jWestern Amateur championship with sizzling subpar golf that routed her quarterfinal 'opponent, Anne Richardson, of j Columbus, O., 6 and 5. i The smiling lass with the j deadly game sank four long j birdie putts in an exhibition of I perfection golf that included pars on the other nine holes she had ! to rlay on the Guyan Country Club course. ! IN' ANOTHER quarter-final match, Berridge Long, of Hunt-; ington, put on a late spurt to defeat Mrs. Berton A. Craig, of Morrow, O., 5 and 4. The local .pride and five straight winner of the West Virginia title will tackle Miss Quast in Fridav's semi- (IS ecia! I,. :'Vt XI - -V--- - A a rlli xiiasei Short Sleeve Cotton and Lisle Knit GAISCHO SHIRTS Ycrij Special tm4 J A nMIonaHy Inown trkfr c!oW out (lis entire summer stock of qaucho shirts at tremendous sacrifice. You'll recogniie tne fine quality of these shirts the moment you see them. An ecel!ent se'ec-tion of styles and colors. SIZES: S-M L-XL 7500 W. McNICHOLS 15254 HOUSTON ROAD 1?1?5 MACK AVE. (122 W. MAPLE, BIRMINGHAM) (31 76 W. 12 MILE R0., BERKLEY) OPEN THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY EVENINGS c fJ r ss zz J Ta'TS TiigTi:3:a:i5;2:B.iiia:a:S!ia:ii.i a a Bell Blasts CINCINN TI ninth !ial' Snidt rjf Kurillu.rf AtiMros.lf 1 F'nandPZ.SS a u.illiam 1 DEE FOX'DY homered with two out in the 10th to give the Chicago Cubs a 4-3 decision over i Maciir.o j homer in tne nintn to Keep tne : Br.ent.n I score tied and send the game j into overtime. ! Gran Hamner gave the Phils j a temporary lead in their half i of the ninth with his third homer, I land Walt Moryn tied it for the ;yn. K H AB K H O i Templr.Sb .ill 0 I I'ost.rf :i I I II ! Bell.rf. 4 1 1 ! 3 khls'skl.lb 3 O 1 1 t Hohinnim.lf 4 I I 1 Bailey. If ft O 1 O O J:ih',ki.:tb 1 it 1 O -j dHridsnt I O ; O elhlirninn I O O O l ,ra,itmh..it 0 O O O Mrlilln. 4 1 I O O Jeffroat.p 4 1 1 t KU'pslein.p U O O U O a io Totals :v; 7 9 in an Oldtimer League here and in Canada. INCLUDED OS the team are other such former major leaguers as ex-Tiger outfielder George Lerchen; Mike Tresh, Chicago White Sox catcher; John May-hew, of the Pirates, and George Oliver, from the old Western Burkemo play the pressure is on you every minute, but I find I concentrate better playing against one man instead of the field." WALLY BURKEMO, of Detroit, former PGA champion and one of golf's toughest match-play stars. O Outside the Law Because the State of Louisiana has instituted a new racial segregation law banning mixed sports activities, the University of Wisconsin canceled games scheduled in 1957-58 with Louisiana State University. Explained Wisconsin officials: The law "would have the effect of denying us the privilege of selecting the members of our team without regard to race or color." O Old Iron Jaws Cleveland pitcher Early Wynn shook his h-' ' in pain and disbeliet a. s c ream-Wig line drive , I off the bat of i vv a smneron s iiCZZ. r-v h elso smashed i ' g Wynn on the I 4 : i chin. Though .16 stitches & were required to close the wound, the elated pitcher, after X-there was no I Cubs in their half with his- 11th. The victory went to Turk Lown, his second over the Phils in three days, and his sixth of the season. The loser was Bob Miller, tagged with his third defeat against one victory. Gus Bell's two-run homer in the sixth inning brought the Cincinnati Kedlegs from behind and started them to a 7-3 victory over the Dodgers. I Hal Jeffcoat, the oucfielder-i turned-pitcher, was within one out of his first complete pitching performance when an injury forced him out of action. Jeff-coat hurt a finger when he stopped a hard-hit ball by Junior Gilliam. PHII.ADET.PHIA CHICAGO AB K H AB R H Aslihurn.rf O 1 Miksis.nh ft I Bn.Mk.ll All Baker.-.1). H II O I iiimlnx ft O "J Eoniiy.lb ft 'J 2 Knnin.ir 5 O O Banks. 4 11 1 alo.rf 5 l ( Moryn.rf 4 11 .r-crav.rf Kins.lf 4 11 4nnps..'ib 4 1 Wh'nant. 4 O Unnitier.. 4 11 I'hiti.r :t 1 Kaz'ski.-il .T . 1 't rkindall O Korovin.n 3 II O T.oun.p l O HB'mhoitx 1 ii t Knsh.n :i n K..Mill-r.p 1 II II bLdrilll.c 1 II II Totals a?-!?-! TotaU ItH 4 10 aSineled fur Roeovin in seventh. bFmiled for Kusb in ninth. cRan for Chiti in ninth. Totals at.round-d out for l-ernandez in ninth, bl.ronnded out for Mattlie in M-ventli. rliniundi-d nut for Bt-nt in ninth. riKan for Jahlonki in seventli. el.ined out for Bridces in (.eventh. o ii ii i i o o ii ii i o o o 4 x 7 Such a team may bring back the memories to many old-timers when in the early 1930s Harry Heilmann had an in dependent team called the "Heilmann Stars." team, including: Bartzen Beats Rain Lesser. the rlefpndin Detroit, or rnamp from Seattle, measured Louise Camentz, of Louisville, i Ky., 6 and 4, and Mary Patton jJanssen, of Charlottesville, Va.. ' downed Mrs. Mark Porter of ; Havertown, Pa., up. mson s. I'ost. Komnson. nn. on ::veacn. ouineiaer uscar btanaee, p,,,HOr,0 f.iif rn. n,. Post. Bridues. mi ft. . i w ,, . "oouwio, vcwu., anu r Reese. Besent. KBI HodEes. r er- i n;, n .y. inson '2. '!B Post, h jai.ionski. dp Temple. MrMiiian' and ! catcher, and Frankie Fuller, in- KliikzewKki; Jerteoat. McMillan " fiplrtpr LI I.: If 1. I. I.n U t rn.inn.li . iiCIUC1 1 B. BB MaKlie Jetfcoat :. Bessent M Manlie 4. Jeffcoat K. Bessent 2. HO MaKlie ft in 6, Roebuck 'Z in O (faced .1 batters in 7th. Bessent Z in Z. Jeff-coat 111 in 8. Klippstein O in i. R-ER Maelie 3-:5. Roebuck 3-a. Bessent l-l. Jeffcoat Klippslein 0-0. f Jeff-coat. W Jeffcoat !-.). I. Mache (Z- :t. T' liorinan. Pinelli. BoKcess, Dixon. X 2:18. A SII.SoH. CHICAGO (P) Rain washed out most of the National clay courts tennis tournament Thursday but not before second-seeded Bernard Bartzen got in victories in the bobtailed program. Baitzen swept into the quar terfinals by trimming Whitney i Reed, of Alameda, Calif., 6-3, ! Many ex-Tigers made up the-6"1' Following him through the i Marty Kava-.turtn round were two other; first baseman; Bobby ! seeded stars, Hugh Stewart, of! VACATION MOBILE TRAILER Sleeps 4 or 6. All lu"i-SOflIT Weight 1,290. Terms. Buy QjJ) direct from builder. FEDERAL TRAILER J9I73 Wesr Worren Open Daily 9-5. Tues. A Fri. Mites if f n m . ir - ;.r- DISCOUNT f "AIREX n APACHE" SPINNING REEL STAINLESS STEEL FULL BAIL ALL METAL DIE CAST HOUSING Detroiter Gets Ace At PGA lan, Trenton, N.J. ! i Stewart, No. 7, defeated Bill i DETROIT FANS will get ajQuillian, of Seattle, No. 11, 6-4, j Trout and hiS:fi-4. Movlan. No. 3. ousted the i top foreign seed. Mario Llamas,; Philadelphia o o n Chicago 1 1 O 1 O O O O O 10 1 O O 1 CANTON, Mass. (JP) Skee Riegel, of Ithan, Pa., Thursday became the second player in 24 hours to notch a hole-in-one on Blue Hill Country Club's fourth hole as competitors warmed up for the 38th National PGA championship. Jimmy Johnson, of Detroit, canned a four-iron shot from the tee Wednesday on the enticing No. 4. chance to see team in action this weekend. They meet the Pontiac Oldtimers at 8 p.m. Saturday at Butzel Field. Trout, who has pitched the team to five straight victories, will be looking for number six against the Pontiac club. "They boys' have really been slugging that ball," said business manager Ray Hovinen. "Trout can still throw that fast ball just like when he wan in the big league. He's also got a good slider," Hovinen commented. Hovinen also said any Class SE ; -h-:2 ' ft f hy Right or Lrlt Hand Anti Reverse Control Liirgr Spool Caoarity j Si98 yllmltrd Qaanhty toil lS. KrJ BI'.MPt.ll SI'INMM i; ii. . i LIST PRICE S9.95 98" n sati nn.w i: i:s. BUBBLE SKIRTS I M1TH tBlTTflT Cw. Ki..iH of Mexico City, 6-3, 8-6. I MTW5FN y ,N a M,i T1 ! w 1 '" n ' i 1 1 w 1 " ! -i t-r'i x-.& ')IWii rffltV ' n -it-hit ''-'in r -iji nft 21699 GRAND RIVER atGreydal. 18219 JOY ROAD W.of Ccuthfield 20743 JOHN R North of Eight tile 22946 VAN DYKE at 9 Mile Road 1 Wynn rays, learned fracture. Once Over Lightly Bobby Adams, released last week by tne Baltimore Orioles, has signed with San Antonio in the Class AA Texas League. . . . Spider Webb, 11-5 underdog, fighting his first 10-rounder. scored a unanimous decision over ineffective Holly Minis' in Chicago. Batavia (N.Y.) Downs plans a $1,000,000 three-level grandstand and two-story club house for the 1957 harness racing season. Frederick H. Dunlap has ""been named assistant football - coach at the University of " Buffalo. . . . - Wahool For the fourth straight year, Milwaukee's Braves be- came the first major league team to pass the 1,000,000 - mark in home attendance " when 32,960 watched their game with New York Wedn'es-2 day night. Thus far the Braves have played before . 1,006,500. K Rank. RBT Banks. Kin. Jones. Hamner, I Knzan.ki scored on Ranks' error in 7th . Moryn. Fondy. ZH L,o- nata. 3B Rlalock. HR Klne. Hamner. Moryn, Fondy. IIP Rush. Banks and Fondy. l.B Philndelnhia 7. Chicaco f. BB Rush 3. Miller 1. SO Rush 5. Kocovin 4. Miller 3. HO Koeoyin 6 in . Miller 4 in 34. Rush 9 in 9. loirn 1 in 1. R-ER Roeovin I--:. Rush :-Z. Miller Z-Z. W I .own B-3). I, Miller (1-31. V llelmore. Fnceln. Donatelii. Ilixon. T 1:37. A 4.318. NEttVORK MI I.WA I'KF.K AB K H AB R H Rressoud.ss n I 1 OT'nell.b 3 3 Z Sch'enst.-Jh 3 O O Brnton.cf H Z 3 Snencer.lb 1 l O M llw.3b . 3 3 Mavs.cf 4 I Aaron.rf 4 3 'J Tir.n.3b 3 1 t Adcock. lb 4 1 4 White. Ih 3 O 1 Torre. lb I 1 Brandt. rf 4 1 3 Thomson. If 4 t O Khodes.lf 4 O 1 locan.ss 4 O O etrum.e 3 I Mantilla. O O Ileum. n O O O Hirer 4 O M'cnneri.n 1 II O SpH,n.n 4 O aCastleman 1 Kirlik.o O tt I.ittlefld.B 1 ft II bManican 1 II II Totals 343 Totals 3 13 13 nl'lied out for Marconeri in fourth. hFlied out for I.ittlefield ia ninth. Gehrig a Lulu NEW YORK Lou Gehrig Is the all-time grand-slam home- run champion with 23. Jimmy j Foxx hit 17. New York Milwaukee o o o 5 0 0 1 O 1 3 O 4 l o ft a O 1 x 13 E Thompson. Ridzik. RBI Mathews 3. Adcock 8. Brandt. Westrum. Aaron. Thompson. Torre. White. OTonnell. deock. Mathews. HR Adcock 3. !F Thompson. IIP Thompson. Schoendienst and white. I.B .New lork . Milwaukee 5. BB llenm Marironeri 1. Ridzik 1. Spahn 'J. SO Manronen 4. Llttlef teld d. Spahn 4. HII Hearn 3 in O (faced five men in 1st I. Mareoneri Z in 3. Ridzik 4 in ii. Littlefield 6 In 44. R-ER Hearn o-5. Ridrik 3-3. Littlefield 5-5. Spahn 3-3. WP Spahn. HBP Snahn (White. W Spahn (9-71. I, Hearn (3-101. V Crawford, tiore. Jackowski. Ballanfant. T Z:3Z. A 11.117. iViiothcr Term SYRACUSE, N. Y. (J?) Daniel Biasone, of Syracuse, has been re-elected president of the Syracuse Nationals, of the National Basketball Association. DOORS '26.95 AS Htfwf, Included TRIPLE TRACK $18.75 TWO TRACK. . .59.80 sett .torlm 4"47 BASE. COMB... .S3.G0 screen and tlas JlViilSV CASEMENT SCREENS SI.S8 aium. SCREEN WIRE onz So. Ft. Ilswct lC-MHh 00-F Rill Sn. Ft. 100-Ft. I I C lOO-Ft. sr t Rill Dt C0-MmIi 1 w Roll tufs., mt. Til i- SUNDAT 11 TO 4 1 Mu W. Ookl4 H.,Ntarv,rtitT. ,. 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