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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tigers
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Two-run singles by
pinch hitter Jim Northrup and
Willie Horton keyed a seven-run
ninth inning uprising that gave
the streakng Detroit Tigers a 7-3
victory over Chicago yesterday and
preserved their share of the Amer-
ican League lead.
Trailing 3-0 in the ninth, the
'.Tigers raked five Chicago pitchers
for six singles, two walks and a
hit batsman to nail their fifth
straight' victory and remain in a
flat-footed tie for first place with
the Minnesota Twins, who edged
Baltimore. 3-2.
''The loss dropped the fourth
place ,White Sox two games off
the pace.
Southpaw Gary Peters breezed
into the ninth with a three-hitter
before Al Kaline's single triggered
the Tigers' comeback. Peters got
Horton on a fly to left, but Bill
Freehan singled and Ed Mathews
drew a walk, filling the bases. I
Locker Blasted
Bob Locker replaced Peters on
the mound and Don Wert singled
o right, scoring Kaline and leav-
ing the bases jammed.
Jim.Northrup then hit for pitch-
er Pat Dobson and laced a two-
run single to left, tying the game.
Norm Cash, batting for Dick=

Twins

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Pennant Scramble

Twins Win
BALTIMORE - The Minne-
sota Twins retained their share
of first place in the American
League pennant scramble yester-
day as Jim Kaat pitched a five-
hitter and defeated Baltimore 3-2.
The victory kept the Twins in a
flat-footed tie for the lead with
Detroit, which rallied for seven
runs in the ninth inning and a 7-G
3 victory over Chicago.
Two of the hits off Kaat, now
12-13 after a poor start, were
home runs-the 400th of Frank
Robinson's major league career
and an eighth inning pinch shot
by Sam Bowens.
Harmon Killebrew's 38th homer,
tying him with Boston's Carl Yas-
trzemski for the league lead, snap-
ped a scoreless tie in the fourtht
inning.

Other Action
In other American League ac-
tion, Dick Nen's bases-loaded, twd
out triple keyed a four-run Wash-
ington rally in fifth inning and
carried the Senators to a 4-0 vic-
tory over California.
Darold Knowles earned the vic-
tory with six innings of two-hit
relief after starter Camilo Pasc-
ual suffered a broken left leg
while running the bases in the
third inning.
Ramon Webster clouted a home
run and Jim Nash allowed just
four hits as Kansas City whipped
Cleveland 6-1 in a game halted by
rain after five innings.
In the National League, rookie
Gary Nolan scattered six hits
and struck *out 10 as Cincinnati
blanked the New York Mets 2-0.
Cards Win
Steve Carlton pitched a seven-
hitter and Lou Brock scored two'
runs and drove in two others as
St. Louis clipped Pittsburgh 6-0.
Jimmy Wynn slammed a pair
of home runs as Houston halted a
nine-game losing streak with a{
5-3 victory over Los Angeles. The
two homers gave Wynn 35 for!
the year and 101 runs batted in.
Chicago regained second place
in the National League with an
8-2 victory over San Francisco
that snapped the Giants' seven-
game winning streak. Billy Wil-
liams, Ernie Banks and Adollho1

FRATERNITY

WILLIE HORTON

JIM NORTHRUP

JIM KAAT

Tracewski against southpaw Wil-
bur Wood, broke the tie with a
single to right. Don McMahon
,ame on, walked Mickey Stanley
and Al Kaline to force in another
run and was clipped for Horton's
two-run single to right. In all, the
Tigers sent 13 batters to the plate
before Rodgers Nelson got th6 last

Dillman Chased
Minnesota chased loser Bill Dill- kees loaded the
man, 5-9, in the seventh. Ted I Mantle's 'pinch

bases on Mickey
single and two

Uhlaender doubled and scored on
a single by Cesar Tovar. After
Tovar stole second and Tony Oliva
was intentionally walked, Bob Al-
lison singled to make it 3-0.
Oliva, who had eight hits in
nine trips during Friday's twi-
night doubleheader. singled in his

walks with none out in the eighth.
Lyle got out of the jam by,
striking out Jake Gibbs and get-
ting Tom Tresh to ground into a
double play.
Morehead, 5-3, a young right-
hander who overcame arm trou-
hi to arn a recall from the mi-

and Rich Nye won his 12th game
on a seven-hitter.
Tight relief pitching by Dick
Farrell preserved a 4-2 Philadel-
phia victory over Atlanta last
night.
The Phillies took an early lead
when Johnny Briggs singled and
scored on Johnny Callison's dou-
ble in the first inning.
Tony Gonzalez' single, a force
play and Gene Oliver's single ac-
counted for Phillies' run in the
third. Oliver drove in another run
in the fifth with a single after
Briggs and White had walked.
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>it" . first two at bats to run his con- nors last month, surrendered a
Fred Lasher set down the White secutive string to nine before first inning run on two-out dou-
Sox in the bottom of the ninth, striking out in the fifth. bles by Tresh and Joe Pepipone.-
protecting Dobson's first victory The leadoff homer in the sev- Doubles by Jerry Adair and#

in three major league decisions.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

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81
81
81
78
73
67
66
63
63
58

L
62
62
63
63
68
75
77
78
80
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Pet. GB
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.566 -
.563 1/2
.553 2
.518 7
.472 13 .
.462 15
.447 17
.441 18
.411 22

St. Louis
San Francisco
Chicago
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Atlanta
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
Houston
New York

W
89
77
79
77
73
72
71
64
56
54

L.
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88

Pct. GB
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.540 111/
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.521 142
.508 16%2
.497 18
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.392 33
.380 341/

enth by Robinson, who missed a George Scott gave Boston a run
month of the season because of in the first. They went ahead with
an injury, was his 27th of the year. an unearned tally on singles by
He became the 13th player in Morehead and Yastrzemski around
history to reach the 400-homer an error and a bases-loaded walk
mark. to Scott.
Then, in the eighth, Bowens, A single by Reggie Smith, an
batting for Eddie Watt, lined his infield out and a double by Mike
fourth of the year, cutting the Andrews hiked the count to 3-1
Twins' lead to one run. But Kaat in the fourth.
bore down and retired the last Yastrzemski hit a towering drive
five batters in order to end it. into the bleachers in dead center
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 3, Baltimore 2
Detroit 7, Chicago 3
Washington 4, California 0
Kansas City 6, Cleveland 1 (5inn rain)
Boston 7, New York 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago (2)
Kansas City at Cleveland (2)
California at Washington
innesota at Baltimore
New York at Boston
TOMORROW'S GAMES
Minnesota at Washington (n)
Baltimore at Chicago (n)
Only games scheduled

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 2, New York 0
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 0
Houston 5, Los Angeles 3
Chicago 8, San Francisco 2
Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at New York
Atlanta at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Houston at Los Angeles (2)
Chicago at San Francisco
TOMORROW'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cinsinnati (n)
Chicago at Houston (n)
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)
Only games scheduled

Bosox Triumph
BOSTON - Carl Yastrzemski
cracked his 39th homer and Rico
Petrocelli contributed his 15th last
night in powering the Boston Red
Sox to a 7-1 victory over the New
York Yankees.
The triumph enabled the Red
Sox, in third place in the Ameri-
can League, to remain one-half
game behind the Minnesota Twins
and Detroit Tigers, which both
won games earlier in the day.
Dave Morehead allowed only
four hits, but needed relief help
from Sparky Lyle after the Yan-

at the start o tie i t,emaul
ing him to go one up on Minne-
sota's Harmon Killebrew for the
major-league home run lead.
whose record dipped to 9-16.
The loss was suffered by New
York's southpaw Steve Barber,

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DE VICENZO LEADS GOLF:
Chiefs Defeat Oilers, 25-20

HOUSTON ,()-Len Dawson set
a pro football record with 15 con-
secutive pass completions last
night while leading his Kansas
City Chiefs to a 25-20 American
Football League victory over the
Houston Oilers.
' Dawson's incomplete sideline
pass in the fourth quarter broke
the string.
Tied once, but never headed, the
Zhiefs moved out after a scoreless
first quarter to control Houston,
which came up with a surprising
ground game in their 13th straight
loss.
Mike Garrett opened the scor-
ing with a two-yard run to wind
up a Chief drive covering 85 yards
In seven plays. Longest gains were
Dawson's passes of 10, and eight
yards to Chris Burford and Gar-
rett.
With Jacky Lee at the helm,
Houston responded with a deter-
mined ground attack starting with
an 18-yard run by Hoyle Grang-
er, who went the final four yards

for the goal. Sid Blanks contrib-
uted a 35-yard run in the 80-
yard march.
The Chiefs' next drive was cli-
maxed by Jan Stanerrud's tie-
breaking 54-yard field goal, one
yard shy of the AFL record held
by Oakland's George Blanda.
A 39-yard pall interference call
against Kansas City helped Hous-
ton to its next touchdown, a sev-
en-yard run by Blanks. Granger
and Blanks were good for the oth-
er 41 yards on that march.
After John Witteborne's second
extra point of the game, the
25,203 fans gave the Oilers a
standing ovation.
De Vicenzo in Lead
AKRON, Ohio (P) .- Roberto
de Vicenzo, unperturbed by a
driving rain, grabbed the first
round lead yesterday in the 36-
hole World Series of Golf with
a brilliant par-70 and a one stroke
lead over Masters champion Gay
Brewer.

The 44-year-old Argentinian,
who qualified for' a shot at the
top prize of $50,000 by winning
the British Open, fired a 37-33
over the Firestone' Country Club
course.
Brewer had a 37-34-71 and was
two strokes ahead of PGA cham-
pion Don January, who had a 38-
35-73 while Jack Nicklaus, win-
ner of the U.S. Open an heavy
favorite to take the Series, shot
a dismal 37-37-74.
Clippers Champs
OAKLAND VPm) - The Oakland
Clippers won the National Pro-
fessional Soccer League title when
they walloped the Baltimore Bays
4-1 at Oakland Collseium yester-
day in the second game of a two-
game championship playoff.
The Clippers won on the basis
of the accumulative score of the
two games, having lost the first
to Baltimore 0-1 a week ago.

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