THURSDAY,. SEPTEMBER 7; 1967
TIKE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
DETROIT (A) - Earl Wilson
slammed a tie-breaking,- two-run
homer and became the major-
le'agues' first 20-game winner as
Detroit beat Kansas City 6-3 to
sweep a twi-night doubleheader
yesterday and move into a virtual
three-way tie for first place in the
Detroit won the opener 8-5 as
Eddie Mathews drove in three runs
With a pair of homers, giving him
507 for his career.
The sweep tied the Tigers with
idle Boston, one percentage point
behind. Minnesota, which lost to1
Wilson, 20-10, hit his fourth
There will be a meeting
Thursday, Sept. 7, at 7:30 p.m.
at the IM Building for all those
wishing to enter teams in
the Independent IM Football
League, and also for independ-
ent athletic managers. Individ-
uals not already on teams, but
who wish to play, are also in-
vited to attend.
Undergraduates interested in
becoming managers for the
Michigan varsity football team
should contact Steve Kenney at
the Yost Field House equipment
room any afternoon after 3 p.m.
Anyone interested in offici-
ating for IM football games
should call 663-4181. The gamep
will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
and - 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily
and also Sunday afternoons.
Officials will be paid $2 for each
homer off reliever Paul Lindblad,
5-8, with one on in the seventh
inning of the nightcap, snapping
a 2-2 tie the Tigers achieved on
Lenie Green's first homer of the
season in the fifth.
Jerry Lumpe hit another De-
troit homer in the first, but the
A's managed a tie on Ramon
Webster's 10th homer in the sec-
ond and Danny Cater's single,
Webster's double and an infield
grounder in the fourth.
Mickie Stanley added an in-
surance run in the eight with his
seventh homer and Don Wert
singled home another run in the
The A's scored once in the ninth.
Mathews' second homer, his
fourth since coming to Detroit
from Houston Aug. 17, came with
Al Kaline on base and moved him
within four homers of Mel Ott,
who is sixth on the all-time ma-
j or league list. ,
Kansas City led 4-2 when rook-
ie Tom Matchick opened the sev-
enth for Detroit against Jim Hun-
ter with a pinch single, his first
major league hit. Dic McAuliffe
walked, but Lew Krausse relieved
and got Norm Cash to hit into
a fielder's choice before walking
Willie Horton singled in two
runs to tie the count 4-4, but was
caught in a run down on the play
and tagged out before Mathews
Kaline singled in two insurance
runs in the eighth.
The A's knocked out Denny Mc-
Lain in the sixth on a pair of
walks and run-scoring singles by
Mike Hershberger and Jim Gos-
ger for a 4-2 edge.
Webster homered in the fifth
and Dick Green followed one out
later with a homer. Mathews' first
clout came in the fourth and the
Tigers scored in the first on Mc-
Auliffe's double and Kaline's sin-
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS, St. Paul (P)-
Luis Tiant stopped Minnesota on
seven hits and drove in.two runs
yesterday, leading Cleveland to a
3-2 victory over the Twins.
The defeat reduced Minnesota's
American League lead to one per-
The Indians took a 3-0 lead in
the fourth inning when Tiant, 9-9,
drove in two runs with a bases-
Leon Wagner drew a walk to
open the frame and moved up
on Max Alvis' infield single. Joe
Azcue's single to left scored Wag-
ner and the other two runs ad-
BOSTON (A)-The Boston Red
Sox received a double dose of good
news yesterday-Minnesota's loss
and a medical okay for right-
handed pitcher Jose Santiago.
The Red Sox, enjoying a badly
needed day's rest, moved to with-
in one percentage point of the
American League lead as the
Cleveland Indians edged the Min-
nesota Twins 3-2.
Earlier, Santiago passed an ex-;
amination by an eye specialist.
The exam showed that he escaped
serious injury when hit in the left
eye while shagging fly balls in
pre-game practice at Washington
Tuesday night. '
Santiago will be in uniform for
the opener of a four-game series
with the New York Yankees at
Fenway Park tonight. He is listed
to start against the Yanks Sat.
Major League Standings
x-Late game not included.
Cleveland 3, Minnesota 2
Detroit 8-6, Kansas City 5-3
California at Chicago (Inc)
Only games scheduled
Minnesota at Baltimore (n)
New York at Boston (n)
Only games scheduled
W L Pet.
St. Louis 87 53 .621
x-Chicago 77 65 .542
San Francisco 75 64 .5461
Cincinnati . 74 65 .532
Philadelphia 71 66 .518
Atlanta 72 67 .518
Pittsburgh 69 71 .493
x-Los Angeles 62 74 .456
Houston 55 85 .393
New York 53 85 .384
x-Late games not'included.
San Francisco 2, Houston 0
Atlanta 4-1, Pittsburgh 1-4
St. Louis 3, New York 1
Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 0
Chicago at Los Angeles (Inc)
St. Louis at New York
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (n)
Atlanta at Pittsburgh (n)
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
Houston at San Francisco
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vanced a base when Bob Allison
fumbled the ball in left field for
With two out, Larry Brown was
intentionally walked to fill the
bases and Tiant followed with a
ground single to left, scoring Alvis
After being held to three hits
over the first five innings, Min-
nesota scored twice in the sixth
to close the gap to. 3-2.
Cesar Tover started the upris-
ing with a one-out single and ad-
vanced to second when Harmon
Killebrew walked. A force out and
a walk to Allison loaded the bases.
Rod Carew then blooped a single
over third base, scoring Tovar and
Tony Oliva. Tiant settled down
Cleveland threatened in the sev-
enth when singles by Vic Davalillo
and Wagner put runners on first
and third with one out. However,
Tony Horton bounced into a
double play started by second
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According to an independent survey (we took it
ourselves), a startling new practice is becoming
widespread on some college campuses.
Suddenly,'fraternity men are no longer "pinning"
the lovely young things that catch their eye.
Instead, they reach for a bottle of tart,
tingling Sprite--and proceed to "cap"
i the object of their affections.
Why has this
of what happens
when you go
through the ceremony of opening a bottle of Sprite.
It fizzes! Roars! Buzzes! Tingles! Bubbles!
All of which makes for a much more moving moment
than to simply "pin" a girl.
Then, too, the intimacy of two people engaged
in the act of opening a bottle of Sprite in itself
leads to strong emotional involvement.
Capped off, of course, by the sharing of a
few moments of delicious abandon. (Tasting the
tingling tartness'of Sprite, that is.)
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of true love does not run smooth, you don't have
to go to the trouble of getting back your pin.
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