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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bosox
By The Associated Press
BOSTON'- Boston ace Jim
Lonberg conquered, a long-stand-
ing hex and fashioned his 19th
victory, hurling- the Red Sox to
a 3-1 victory over the New York
Yankees last night.
Rico Petrocelli drove in the first
two Boston runs with his 14th
homer and a double as the Red
Sox picked up ground in the fan-
tastic American League pennant
chase.
George Scott led off the sixth
with a hit to deep short. However,
he was erased on a double play
after Steve Whitaker robbed Reg-
gie Smith on a drive to the bull-
pen in right center.
Ken Harrelson followed with a
double to left center and Petro-
celli, who singled his first time
up, came through with a two-base
hit off the left field wall.
Lonborg drove in a run in the
ninth with a ground-rule double.
The Red Sox third straight vic-
tory gave them a one-half game
lead in the four-way race and a
tie with the Minnesota Twins,
who also won last night.
Boston, Minnesota, Chicago and
Detroit started the day in a vir-
tual tie for first place. The White
Sox and Tigers were idle.
Lonborg allowed only three hits,
including a homer by Tom Tresh,
in going the distance at 1enway
Park for the first time since May
19.
Tresh led off the seventh with
a shot into the Boston bullpen in
right center.
The only other hits off Lon-
borg were by Jake Gibbs, singles
in the first and ninth innings.
Twins Down Birds
BALTIMORE-Tony Oliva drill-
ed a tie-breaking double in the
eighth inning and scored on Bob
Allison's single, carrying the Min-
nesota Twins past Baltimore 4-2
yesterday and. sending them into
first place in the American League
pennant scramble.
Dean Chance stopped the Orl-

Twins

Retain

Shaky

AL

Lead

oles on seven hits for his 18th vic-
tory of the season as the Twins
broke a first-place tie with the
idle Chicago White Sox and De-
troit Tigers.
Cesar Tovar started the Twins'
winning rally in the eighth with
a lead-off triple against rookie
Jim Hardin. After Harmon Kil-
lebrew struck out, Oliva doubled
to left, scoring Tovar to break a
2-2 tie.
Oliva took third on a passed
ball and Allison followed with a
run-scoring single to right.
Singles by Zoilo Versalles,
Chance and Ted Ujhlaender had
accounted for the tying run In
the fifth.
The Orioles took a 1-0 lead in
the second on an error by Ver-
salles and singles by Dave John-
son and Larry Haney.1
Killebrew smashed his 36th
homer in, the fourth, but Balti-
more regained the lead in the
bottom of the inning on Brooks
Robinson's 20th homer.
* * *
Cards Bomb Mets
NEW YORK-Bob Gibson of St.
Louis, pitching for the first time
since July 15 when he suffered a
broken right leg, received credit
for his 11th victory as the Cards
trounced the New York Mets 9-2
yesterday.i
Gibson yielded eight hits and
two runs, walked one and struck
out four. He was relieved by Lar-
ry Jaster in the sixth inning
after Bob Johnson led off the
frame with a single.
The big right-hander left with
St. Louis ahead 8-1 and, because
Johnson later scored, he was al-
so charged with the second run.
The Cards took the lead for
good with a three-run third in-
ning, capped by Roger Maris' two-
run homer. Dal Maxvill's two-run
single highlighted another three-
run rally by league-leading St.
Louis in the fifth.
The Mets set a National League
record when Al Schmelz, in the
eighth inning, became the 25th

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Giants Edge Astros

SAN FRANCISCO-Jesus Alou's
two-out single in the 15th inning,
his fourth hit of the game, drove
in Bob Schroeder, who singled,
and gave San Francisco a 3-2 vic-
tory over Houston yesterday.
Trailing 2-0 in the ninth, the
Giants tied the score when Bruce
Von Hoff, who had limited them
to five hits in eight innings, was
lifted after a one-out walk.
Tom Dukes allowed two singles,
loading the bases, then Pat House
relieved and hit Bob Ethridge
with a pitch, forcing in a run.
Larry Sherry gave up an infield
hit to Jim Hart that drove in the
tying run.
Houstpn tallied on run-scoring

singles by Ron Davis in the sec-
ond and Doug Rader in the fifth.
* * *
Reds Rout Phillies
PHILADELPHIA - Lee May's
three-run triple in the sixth in-
ning ruined Chris Short's wed-
ding day by leading Cincinnati to
a 3-1 victory over Philadelphia
last night.
Short, wha was married earlier
in the day, set down the Reds
without a hit for the first five
innings, but singles by Leo Car-
denas and Tommy Harper and a
walk to Tommy Helms loaded the
bases in the sixth. May's triple
to center emptied them.
Milt Pappas gave up 10 hits
and needed last out help from
Ted Abernathy. Pappas, 15-10, got
the victory, while Short's record
fell to 7-9.

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Major League
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE

II

Minnesota
Boston
Chicago
Detroit
California
Washington
Cleveland
Baltimore
New York
Kansas City

79
80
78
79
72
66
65
62
62
57

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61
62
61
62
67
74
76
76
79
82

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 3, New York 1
Minnesota 4, Baltimore 2
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Kansas City at Cleveland (n)
California at Washington (n)
Minnesota at Baltimore (2, t-n)
New York at Boston (n)

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St. Louis 88 53 .624 -
San Francisco 76 64 .543 11/
x-Chicago 77 66 .538 12
Cincinnati 75 65 .536 121"
Philadelphia 71 67 .514 15?
Atlanta 72 68 .514 I5!
Pittsburgh 70 71 .486 18
x-Los Angeles 63 74 .460 23
Houston 55 86 .390 33
New York 53 86 .381 34
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 3, Houston 2 (15 inn)
St. Louis 9, New York 2
Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 1
Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 2
Chicago at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at New York (2, t-n)
Atlanta at Philadelphia (n)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (n)
Houston at Los Angeles (n)
Chicago at San Francisco (n)

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As Flu Virus Hits Ranks

The Michigan football team
could be off to one of their best
seasons injury-wise if it weren't
for one persistent obstacle -- a
minor flu "epidemic."
Wolverine head coach Bump El-
liott yesterday added split end
Tom Pullen and defensive end
Rocky Rosema to the growing list
of Michigan stalwarts who have
succumbed recently to the flu bug.
The sick bay roster now lists a
total of seven Michigan players in-
cluding five probable starters. The
result has been that several sec-
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Field. An exhibition intra-squad
scrimmage will precede the
game, starting at 1 p.m.

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been moved up to the starting blue
squad.
The varsity has a scrimmage
scheduled for Saturday but the
"epidemic" might call it off. "We'll
see how many of the side-lined
players will'"be ready to go 100
per cent and then decide if we'll
have the scrimmage or not," said
Coach Elliott.
The Wolverines may have a new
addition. to the coaching staff.
Stan Kemp, last year's Big Ten
leader in punting from Michigan,
helped out with the offensive
squad at yesterday's practice.

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