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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1961

THE MICHIGAN DAILY''

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17SA i 1i THE 1I7Hi 1ANF rAi iY

Hot

Tigers

Roar into

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Pitcher Earl Wilson
singled in the go-ahead run in
Detroit's three-run fourth inning
and gained his 21st victory as the
Tigers took over sole possession
of first place in the American
League by defeating Washington
5-4 yesterday,
The victory, their fourth straight
and ninth in the last eleven games
moved the Tigers one game ahead
of Minnesota who lost to Chicago
last night and 11% games in front

of Boston, which lost to Baltimore,
:-1.
Wilson, who has lost 10 games,
gave up a run in the third, but
the Tigers rallied in the fourth
and went ahead to stay. A two-
run Washington rally in the ninth
fell short. Singles by Jim North-
rup, Norm Cash and Bill Freehan
tied the game in the third before
starter Bob Priddy could get an
gut in the inning.
Wilson was touched for Mike
Epstein's ninth homer in the sev-

2nth inning, then left the game
in the eighth after walking Ed3
Stroud with one out.I
Fred Lasher relieved the bigi
righthander, struck out Fred Val-
°ntine and ended the threat byI
getting Frank Howard on a
grounder.
Sox Sock Twins
CHICAGO-Pete Ward's run-scor-
ing single climaxed a four-run ex-
plosion in the ninth inning that
gave the Chicago White Sox a 5-4
victory over Minnesota last night;
and knocked the Twins out of a
tie for first place in the American
League,
The Twins jumped southpaw Tom-
my John for three runs in the fifth
inning and increased their lead
to 4-0 in the sixth on Bob Allison's
21st homer.
Dean Chance breezed into the
ninth with a 4-1 lead and a six-I
hitter, but failed to get another
Dut. Tom McCraw led off with a'
single to center and Ron Hansen
singled to McCraw continuing to
third as Tony Oliva bobbled the
ball.
Rocky Colavito singled past
third, scoring McCraw, and Chance
booted Duane Josephson's sacrifice
bunt, filling the bases. Jim Kaat
replaced Chance and wild pitched
another run home before Wayne
Causey's sacrifice fly tied thel
score.j
Al Worthington then took over
for Kaat and refilled the bases
with a pair of intentional walks,;
setting the stage for Ward's win-
ning single to right.
Birds Bomb Bosox
BOSTON-The lowly Baltimore'
Orioles derailed Boston's American
League pennant charge by defeat-

ing the Red Sox 4-1 yesterday on
rookie Jim Hardin's nifty three-
hitter and Boog Powell's three-
run homer.
Hardin, a 24-year-old right-
hander drafted from the New
York Mets' organization last No-
vember, was in command all the

ndisputed Aea
way in hurling his seventh victory j Lonborg, failing in a bid for a 5-4 victory over San Francisco. New York Yankees 6-1 '1
against two losses. his 21st victory, gave way to John Mota stroked the winning hit night.
The Orioles picked up a run in Wyatt after hitting Curt Blefary against 19-game winner Mike Mc- Ray Washburn scattered
the fourth, but were frustrated to start the seventh. Cormick, the seventh Giants hits,_in pitching the St. Lo
for the most part of six innings, * * pitcher. Cardinals to a 4-1 victoryo
leaving nine runners stranded as l Lefty Mike Cuellar scattered Cincinnati last night.
Boston starter Jim Lonborg bore Other Games seven hits for his 14th triumph Washbun, 16-7,. didn't a
down in the clutch. r., ..a,. - o M MM .land Rusty Staub knocked across

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Games Remaining

DETROIT
Sept. 17 Wash.
Sept. 18 Boston (N)
Sept. 19 Boston (N)
Sept. 20 N.Y. (N)
Sept. 21 Open
Sept. 22 at Wash.
(2-TN)
Sept. 23 Open
Sept. 24 at Wash.
Sept. 25 at N.Y. (N)
Sept. 26 at N.Y. (N)
Sept. 27 Open
Sept. 28 Calif. (N)
Sept. 29 Calif. (N)
Sept. 30 Calif.
Oct. 1 Calif.

MINNESOTA
at Chicago
at Kan. City' (N)
at Kan. City
Kansas City
Kansas City
New York
New York
New York
California
California
California
Open
Open
at Boston
at Boston

CHICAGO
Minnesota
at Calif. (N)
at Calif. (N)
at Calif. (N)
Open
at Cleve. (N)
at Cleveland
at Cleveland
Open
at tian. City (N)
at Kan. City (N)
Open
Washington (N)
Washington
Washington

BOSTON
Baltimore
at Detroit (N)
at Detroit (N)
at Cleve. (N)
at Cleve. (N)
at Balt. (2-TN)
at Bait. (N)
at Baltimore
Open
Cleveland
Cleveland
Open
Open
Minnesota
Minnesota

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Major League WBA QUARTERFINALS:
Bonavena Overpowers
AMERICAN LEAGUE
insas City at California
Today's Games Mdnegri pe
innesota at Chicago
ashington at Detroit

NORM CASH (right) and Pete
Ward (above) were key figures
in the Tigers' coup of first place
yesterday. Cash smashed a two-
run homer in Detroit's 5-4 vic-
tory over Washington and Ward
singled in the winning run in
Chicago's 5-4 win over Minne-
sota.
The two victories, added to
Boston's 4-1 loss to Baltimore,
jettisoned Detroit into undis-
puted possession of first place
for the first time since June 5.
MUST REBUILD:

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Cleveland at New York
Baltimore at Boston
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 5, Washington 4
Chicago 5, Minnesota 4
Baltimore 4, Boston 1
Cleveland 6, New York 1

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

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Wildcats Face Long, Hot Fall

By ROB SALTZSTEIN
Losing is a way of life at North-
western and this year should not
be an exception.
How would you like to be the
coach of a team that had a 3-6-1
record last year and has only one
player of exceptional ability-
quarterback Bill Melzer-returning
from that dismal squad?
The coach who has that distinc-
tion is Alex Agase, who in his
three years at Northwestern has
become used to losing. Overall his
teams have a 16-18-1 record.
As Agase points out, "There will
be many new faces in our lineup,
SCOUTING

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Today's Game
Chicago at Atlanta.
St. Louis at Cincinnati
New York at Houston
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
San Francisco at Pittsburgh
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 1
Philadelphia 8, Los Angeles 4,
11 innings
Pittsburgh 5, San Francisco 4,
16 innings
Houston 6, New York 1
Chicago 2, Atlanta 1

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64 1
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66 1534
64 16
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43 19
404/24%
Be-
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924 --
47 11%
37 13
536 13
17 16
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97 19
59 24%,
05 321
74 37

FRANKFURT, Germany (UP) -
Brute-strong Oscar Bonavena of
Argentina floored West Germany's
Karl Mildenberger four times and
hammered out a unanimous 12-
round decision yesterday to go into
the semifinals of the World Box-
ing Association tournament to pick
a new heavyweight boxing champ-
ion.
The stocky pride of the Pampas
sent the southpaw Mildenberger to
the canvas with a vicious left to
the head in the first round, and
' BULLETIN
UCLA 20, Tennesse 16
the German never fully recovered
although he staged a rally in the
later rounds.
The Argentinian belted the Ger-
man into the lower strand of the
ropes with a left in the fourth
round, knocked him to his knees
with a chopping right flush to
the face in the seventh and sent
Mildenberger flopping on the seat
of his pants in the tenth.
The Argentinian lost the fifth
round on a low punch and lost
the sixth when Mildenberger un-
leashed a swirling attack that sent
Bonavena into temporary retreat.
Mildenberger staged another

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

w
93
81
80
81
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68
60
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THE BIG TEN
and it is upon these newcomers
that much of our season will de-
pend. Loss by graduation of a big
senior class has left only a hand-
ful of veterans around which to.
build."
Won't-cha Please Come Back
Everything but tears are in his
voice and with good reason --
Northwestern lost 15 of its offen-
sive and defensive starters from
last season.
The most devastating rebuilding
job is at the offensive and defen-
sive end positions where all four
must be replaced due to gradu-
ation. Gone from last year's squad
are Cas Banaszek, Roger Murphy,
who set Wildcat receiving records,
and defensive standouts Bob
Tubbs and John Cambridge.
Best bet to fill the offensive
end position are senior Don An-.
derson who played behind Murphy
last year and sophomore Jim Cies-
lak.
Cieslak, according to Agase, has
been a bit clumsy trying to execute
his pass patterns and catch the
ball at the same time but has been
one of Northwestern's most im-
pressive receivers in practice.
All-American Way
Quarterback Melzer is a self-
made Big Ten Athlete. The Wild-
cats did not offer him a scholar-
ship but he tried out for the team
anyway.
He no longer has to worry aboutI
the tuition payments.

-Daily-Chuck Soberman
AMONG the many starters Northwestern will be missing this
season is fullback Bob McKelvey (33), top ground gainer for the
Wildcats in 1966. McKelvey is shown sweeping around end against

INFORMATION ON
GRADUATE
FELLOWSHIPS
The Graduate School, with the cooperation of the
Graduate Assembly, announces an open meeting
for undergraduate and graduate students interested
in graduate fellowships for 1968-69. Campus fac-
ulty representatives will describe the major fellow-
ship programs, including:
University of Michigan Fellowships
National Defense Education Act
Rhodes, Marshall
National Science Foundation
Woodrow Wilson, Fulbright-Hays
TUESDAY, SEPT. 19
3:15 P.M.
RACKHAM LECTURE HALL

Michigan last year.
.Last year he took over for
Northwestern in the fourth game
and ended up by passing for 1,171
yards and seven touchdowns. If
the new ends can hold on to his
passes, Northwestern could be
tough in the air.
The ground game, however, will
be a welcome change for the enemy
defense to face. The only potential
terror in the backfield is Bob Ol-
sen, a junior, who only played 53
minutes last year. Olsen has shown
he can run and catch and his 212-
pound frame will batter the op-
position on short yardage situ-
ations.

against Miami of Florila- one of
the nations top ranked teams.
Rice, Missouri and Michigan
State follow in what could be de-
vastating lesson for the young
Wildcat hopefuls.
Next year the Wildcat roar could
be more than just a meow; but,
until then Northwestern's voice in
the Big Ten should only be a
whimper.

A

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Chico Kurzawski was outstand-
ing as a sophomore last year with
a 4.4 rushing average, but he may
have to be used on defense a great
deal to shore up a secondary that
could well be wide open to enemy
bombs.
The Wildcats have a tough
schedule this year, and open
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