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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGr 5ZVEN.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1967 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

Dare-Devil

Defense

Defies

Vidmer's Aerial

Act

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Twins Win 8-21 Take AL Lead

By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL -
Minnesota battered old nemesis
Mel Stottlemyre for 10 hits and
seven runs in six innings, then
rode the seven hit pitching of
Jim Kaat to an 8.-2 victory over
the New York Yankees yesterday.
The win gave the Twins sole
possession of first place, as the
Boston Red Sox lost to the Orioles
10-0 in the first game of their
doubleheader last night.
Cesar Tovar and Zoilo Ver-
salles led the Twins 13-hit as-
sault on Stottlemyre and Joe Ver-
banic.
Tovar hit solo home runs in
the fifth and eighth innings, giv-
ing him six for the season, and
added a single. Versalles stroked"
his sixth homer wifth the bases
empty in the sixth and added a
double and single.
Rod Carew drove in two runs
with a single during a four-run
Minnesota fifth inning that wrap-
ped it up at 6-0.
Stottlemyre, 14-14, had beaten
the Twins seven straight times
since April 1965, including two
decisions over them this season.

American League pennant race,
two games behind Minnesota,
which beat New York in a day
game.
Nelson, the sixth Chicago;
pitcher, came in at the start- of
the 13th and Horton cracked his
10th homer of the season.
M * *

half game off the pace in the tor-
rid American League pennant'
race.
The Orioles, who swept a three-j
game series from Boston last
weekend, coasted to victory in
yesterday's first game behind the
five-hit pitching of rookie Jim
Hardin.

BALTIMORE - The Boston Brooks Robinson, Dave Johnson
Red Sox, thrashed 10-0 by Balti- and Larry Haney knocked in
more in the first game, stormed three runs apiece for the fallen
back for a 10-3 second game vic- 1966 World Series Champions, who
tory in yesterday's twi-night clinched the pennant a year ago
doubleheader and dropped one- Friday.

(Continued frorp Page 1) I
Michigan has had to center on
Duke.
"We had only 14 days to get
ready for Wake Forest and now DUKE
seven for Michigan. But you've Henly Carter (194
had almost 40 days just to think Ken Bombard (227)
about beating us," he argues. Herb Goins (206)
"And you've had a chance to Mike Murphy (220)
scout us, while we know nothing J. B. Edwards (209)
abo ko'. f Roger Parker (230)
i Duke's basic offensive formation Marcel Courtillet (195)
is the "I" with two split ends. Larry Davis (190)
E.............::::?z.::::....: ;::.: : .. Ed H icklin (175)
The Michigan-Duke game at Frank Ryan (187)
the Stadium begins at 1:30 and Jay Calebrese 1208)
will be carried over radio sta- -
tions WWJ, 950 AM; WPAG,
1050AM; WAAM, 1600 M, and
WUOM, 91.7 FM.
Michigan's is the traditional "T"
with pro-type variations.
Al Woodall will open at quarter-
back for the Devils, but Larry
Davis (brother of the Houston
Astros' Ronnie) will be given equal
time. 4
Bodkin, however, will have to
play every minute the defense is
in.
He has done in his opposition.'repa
Second-string tackle Fred Zirkle,
out of school last year, hasn't had
a chance to break back into the
lineupH 2
ButHarp has done a few things
to make it up to him. That blue
carpet in the dressing room really
means a lot," says Zirkle.
Duke's other defensive tackle
is Bob Lasky, who has a 3.8 gp in
biology.
He has only one drawback.
"Sometimes I wonder if he isn't
too smart to be playing football,"
worries Harp.

LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB

MICHIGAN
Jim Mandich
Bob Penksa
Ray Phillips
Joe Dayton
Dick Yanz
Pete Mair
Jim Berline
Dick Vidmer
Ernie Sharpe
Ron Johnson
Warren Sipp

(214)
(225)
(229)
(227)
(217)
(228)
(185)
(183)
(191)
(196)
(209)

DUKE
Roger Hayes (175
Bob Lasky (220)
Dick Biddle (220)
Bob Foyle (220).
Ed Newman (213)
Robin Bodkin (225)
Gene DeBolt (202)
Andy. Beath (180)
Art Vann (190)
Larry Dempsey (198)
Don Brannon (175)

LE
LT
LLB
MG
RLB
RT
RE
LCB
LS
RS
RCB

MICHIGAN
Tom Stincic
Dave Porter
Dennis Morgan
Dennis Monthei
Bob Wedge
Tom Goss
Rocky Rosema
George Hoey
Jerry Hartman
Tom Curtis
Brian Healy

(217)
(231)
(215)
(198)
(201)
(230)
(225)
(169)
(170)
(184)
(170)

THE LINEUPS

Offense

Defense

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Maj or League StaII(ilws

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

w
89
89
88
87
78
73
72
71
66
60

L
66
67
67
68
74
83
83
84
88
93

Pet. GB
.574 -
.571 14
.568 1
.561 2
.513 914
.468 161n 6
.465 17
.458 18
.429 22?/
.392 28

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

w
97
84
83
83
78
76
75
69
64
58

L
58
68
71.
72
73
78
79
83
90
95

Pet.
.626
.553
.539
.535
.517
.494
.487
.454
.416
.379

GB
1114
13?
14
17
201/
21/2
2614
32/
38

WASHINGTON - Bill Free-
han's bases-loaded single in the
second game broke a scoreless tie
and sent the Detroit Tigers to a
4-0 victory and a sweep of a twi-
night doubleheader with the
Washington Senators yesterday.
The Tigers took the opener 8-3,
With Earl Wilson winning his 22nd
game.
Detroit advanced to third place,
one game behind the league lead-
ing Minnesota Twins and one-
half game behind second-place
Boston.
Mickey Lolich, pitching with
two days rest, and Barry Moore,
starting for the first time in a
month, dueled through six score-
less innings before Moore's wild-
ness proved costly.
After striking out the first
two batters in the seventh Moore
walked Dick McAuliffe, gave up
an infield hit to Al Kaline and
walked Willie Horton, his ninth
pass of the game. Freehan follow-
ed with a two-run single.
CLEVELAND-Tony Horton hit
reliever Rogers Nelson's first pitch
into the left field stands yester-
day night, giving Cleveland a 2-1
victory over the Chicago White
Sox in 13 innings.
The defeat knocked the White
Sox into fourth place in the hectic

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 8-4, Washington 3-0
Baltimore 10-3, Boston 0-10
Minnesota 8, New York 2
Cleveland 2, Chicago 1 (13 inn)
Kansas City 3, California 1
TODAY'S GAMES
California at Kansas City (t-n)
New York at Minnesota (a.m.)
Chicago at Cleveland
Chicago at Cleveland
Boston at Baltimore. (n)
Only games scheduled

x-Late game not included.
y-Clinched pennant.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 3, Cincinnati 2 (10 inn)
Houston 8-5, New York 0-8 (2nd 10
inn)
St. Louis 5, Atlanta 4 (12 inn)
San Francisco 1, Pittsburgh 0
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at New York (n)
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (n)
Cincinnati at Chicago
Atlanta at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at San Francisco

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