100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 01, 1967 - Image 14

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1967-10-01

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



1'AGE SIX x SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1.. 1~R7 THE MICHIGAN DAIlY

T ers

Suffer

Split;

Boston

Bombs

JzIinn.,

6-4

Late Inning
Rally Beats
DETROIT-Jim Fregosi's two-
run single in the eighth inning
climaxed a six-run explosion that
carried the California Angels past
Detroit 8-6 in the second game of
a doubleheader yesterday and
backed the Tigers Into a dark
corner in the frantic American
League pennant race.
Detroit won the first game 5-0
on Mickey Lolich's three-hitter,
but California's stunning come-
back victory in the nightcap drop-
ped the Tigers one-half game be-
hind both Minnesota and Boston
going into the final day of the
regular season.
Must Sweep
The Tigers now must sweep
Sunday's doubleheader against the
giant-killing Angels to gain a tie
for the flag with either the Twins
or Red Sox.
In the first game, Detroit jump-
ed on left-hander George Brunet
in the first inning for two runs.
McAuliffe drew a walk and Hor-
tan followed with a homer high
into the second deck in left field,
his 18th of the year.
Don Wert led off the second

Twins Slide;
Red Sox Tie
For Lead
BOSTON - Carl Yastrzemski
drove in four runs with his 44th
homer and an infield single as the
Boston Red Sox whipped the Min-
nesota Twins 6-4 yesterday and
stayed alive in the hectic Amer-
ican League pennant race.
The drama-packed victory be-
fore Vice President Hubert Hum-
phery, Massachusetts Sen. Edward
Kennedy and a flock of other dig-
nitaries in a packed crowd of
32,909, left the Red Sox and Twins
all even with 91-70 records for a
dramatic showdown today.
Just Insurance
At the time Yastrzemski hit the
homer - a seventh-inning blow
that put him one ahead of Min-
nesota's Harmon Killebrew in the
home run race-it appeared the
three runs were just insurance.
But the homer turned out to be
the winning hit when Killebrew
socked his 44th homer in the ninth
inning, cutting the Red Sox' lead
to two runs and tying Yastrzemski
once again for the homer lead.
Yaz, who singled and struck out
in his first two times at bat, put
the Red Sox ahead with a run-
scoring infield hit in the fifth,
but the Twins came back to tie the
count 2-2 in the top of the sixth.
Scott Homers

IXIa jot' League S1auIiit~'s

AMERICAN LEAGUVE
Boston 91 70 .565
Minnesota 91 70 .565
Detroit 90 70 .563
Chicago 89 72 .553
California 83 76 .522
Balt imore. 75 85 .469
Washington 75 85 .469
Cleveland 75 86 .466
YEsTERDAY'S RESI'LTS
ISetei 5-6 Caiorni 0-
Washington 4, Chicago 0
Baltimore 5, Cleveland 2
New York 5, Kansas City 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Chicago
California at Detroit (2)
Baltimore at Cleveland
Kansas City at New York
Miinnesota at Boston

('Ii
1.,
2
15'.~
15'
16
20
28'~

NATIONAL LEAG UEfc.
x-St. LOUiS 100 60 .625 -
Sani Francisco 90 71 .559 l0'.
Chicago 87 73 .544 13
Cincinnati 86 75 .534 14'
Philadelphia 82 79 .509 l8'.
Pittsbmrgh 80 71 .497 20'.
Atlanta 77 84 .478 23'.
y-Los Angeles 72 88 .450 28
yNe York 60 l1l .37 40
x-Clinched pennant.
y--Late game not included.
Chicago 9, Cnnati 4COE
houston 4, Pittsburgh 3
San Francisco 3-1, Philadelphia 2-0
St. Louis 3. Atlanta I
New York at Los Angeles (mne)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Atlanta
Chicago at Cincinnati
New York at Los Angeles
houston at Pittsburgh
Philadelphia at San Francisco

Boilermakers Upset
Ara'sIrish 28-2

-Daily--Andy Sacks
DETROIT MANAGER MAYO SMITH and catcher Bill Freehan
confer with reliever Fred Lasher in the second game of the
doubleheader played yesterday with the California Angels. The
conference was for naught, however, as the Tigers lost the second
gam 8-6.
with a double and Eddie Mathews fourth when Tracewski tripled and
singled him home. Mickey Stan- McAuliffe singled.
ley singled and Lolich sacrificed The Tigers were breezing along
before Dick Tracewski sent Ma- with a 6-2 lead in the nightcap
thews across with a sacrifice fly. when Fregosi touched off the
The Tigers added a run in the eighth inning burst.

Pierced or Pierced-Look
Assortment of Shapes. Styles. and Finishes
from Five Dollars
Engoraved Free
LI 16 NICKELS ARCADE

Ron Kline became the third
Minnesota pitcher in the bottom ~
of the sixth and received a rough
Se lin's ahig sh THlE BOSTON RED SOX stand
a dozen rows into the center field Yastrzemski after he lit the gaii
bleachers for his 19th homer. day's game with the Minnesota T
Then came the three-run out- homer of the season.
burst in the seventh. ~- ~~ ~ ~ - - - -- ---
With one out, Mike Andrews BIG TEN ACTION-:
beat out an infield bounder down -
the third base line for his second a
hterrs Adair grounded bac ctto 4
dropped Kline's throw on an at-
tempnted, frcer fer n. e rrr

-Associated Press
up and reach out to greet Carl
ie-winning home run in yester-
wins. It was Yastrzemski's 44th

tops OSU

0

Southpaw Jim Merritt was sum-
moned frbm the bullpen to face
Yastrzemski. Yaz ran the count to
3-1 and then unloaded a drive intoL
the Minnesota bullpen in right CO
center, enabling him to pass Ted ArizI

- §
-.
% §
§
T §
§
§
LambwoolSweters Co ur MtedShirs §
~ I §
Now hanc ome lambsool sweatrs come thterwnCor-
MateShistbothmad inEnglnd n oiginl, denicalcolurs
Lamwoolbr. Sweaters are ldo r all abteld hrs
Now handsoe lambswool weater m wit th. ow$Clur
50 wolfbrc.Seaerure maeoal lambswool anrdgn ..re6
fullyurfashioned.ts
§

Williams as the greatest left-
handed home run hitter in Red
Sox history.
CHICAGO - Successive sixth
inning homers by Fred Valentine
a n d Cap Peterson supported
Frank Bertaina's five-hit pitching
as the Washington Senators
blanked Chicago 4-0 yesterday, ex-
tending the White Sox' shutout
srin to three gamues.
Frank Howard beat out an in-
field hit in the sixth inning and,
pithento thpe right field stand,
snapping a scoreless tie. Peterson
followed with another homer into
the left field seats.,
The Senators, who eliminated
Chicago from t h e American
League pennant race Friday night
with a 1-0 victory over the Sox
padded their lead in the seventh
on a walk, a ground out and Ken
McMullen's single.,

perio
ed b~
upse
yeste
ball
A
Up il
littke
were
after
Th
the
Dav
from
foun
toucl
Ar

UMBUJS, Ohio UP - Aroused Hw eysL e
ona spotted Ohio State a first IOWA CITY, Iowa (IP) - It
)d touchdown and then storm- took Oregon State less than 10
ack to register a stunning 14-7 minutes to build a 21-0 led Sat-
t victory over the Buckeyes urday, and the Beavers went on
~rday an intersectional foot- to whip Iowa 39-18 in an inter-
clash.sectional football game.
clash.The Beavers, winners of three
crowd of 77,468 sat bundled in a row this year and nine
n chilly Ohio Stadium and had straight since last season, pul-
to cheer about as the Bucks verized Iowa's inept defenders
unable to generate an attack with a three-pronged attack by
their lone touchdown. quarterback Steve Preece, full-
~e score came with 4:59 left in back Bill Enyart and wingback
Dpening period when halfback iBill Main.
eBrungard, taking a pitchout With those three consistently
quaterback Gerry Ehrsam, making good yardage, Oregon
d Ehrsam for a seven-yard State rammed in touchdowns
hidown strike. three of the first four times it
'izoa sorme 82yard inhad the ball. By halftime, it was
.' izona wstor 82iua± vvyrd n-

-Associated Press
PURDUES JIM BEIRNE gathers in a pass from quarterback Mike
Phipps that is good for 40 yards in the first quarter of the Boiler-
maker's clash with Notre Dame yesterday. The No. 1 ranked Irish
lost, 28-21. Bob Ojson (36) and Bob Kuechenberg ('75) are covering
Beirne.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (/P-Pur- clown burst, through the middle
due's alert football team inter- - as the Sun Devils handed the
cepted four passes by Notre Dame Badgers their first defeat in a
quarterback Terry Hanratty and home football opener since 1948.
smashed the nationally top-rank- Roseborough passed 22 yards
ed Irish 28-21 yesterday. to J. D. Hill for the Sun Devils'
The teams took turns scoring first touchdown, scored the sec-
touchdowns - and the lead ond on a one-yard plunge, passed
changed hands six times-but 12 yards to John Helton for a
Purdue got the last one on a 31- third.
yard pass from sophomore Mike Tom Schinke put winless Wis-
Phipps to Bob Baltzell. consin on the scoreboard for the
The biggest crowd ever to see first time in two games with, a
a game at Purdue's Ross-Ade Sta- 39-yard field goal in the second
dium, 62,316, almost tore up the period. The Badgers scored again
stadium as the Boilermakers main- when Mel Walker romped 48
tained a tradition of being bad yards after intercepting a Rose-
medicine for Notre Dame. borough pass.
They have licked the Irish four
tines in their last sixs meetings. -

4

Unbeaten Since '65
The Iryish were lastatdefeated in
Burly Perry Williams, Purdue
fullback, bulled his way 10 yards
for a first period touchdown but
the kick failed. Hanratty, who
completed 29 of 63 passes, pulled
Notre Dame even with a orte yard
sneak and Joe Azzaro's conversion

MIInnesota Edged
LINCOLN, Neb. (/P) - Nebraska
sophomore halfback Joe Orduna
cracked open a rugged defensive
football battle with a bulling 25-
yard touchdown run in the third
qu rer yestr da h kand the seventh
decision over Minnesota.
It was the 20th consecutive

U

monds going the final yard for
the equalizer at 3:40 of the second
period. Quarterback Bruce Lee
contributed a key 23-yard pass to
Roger Brautigan to the Buckeye
one.

UN ION-LEAGUE
"FO R EVE RYT H ING TH E RE IS A
SEASON AND A TIME FOR EVERY
PU RPOSE U N DER H EAVEN . .. A
TIME TO LAUGH . .. A TiME TO
BE GAY. . .."
Homecoming '67
October 20-2 1

Meanwhile, the West Coast
outfit kept the Hawkeyes and
their vaunted quarterback, Ed
Podolak, bottled up most of the
day.
All interested persons are wel-
come to see the Michigan Rug-
boronto in acdoubleheader today
at Wnes aField Tegames are
TV R ENTA LS
$10 PER MONTH
FREE service and delivery
NEJACTV
RENTALS
662-5671

Phpps hit end Ji Beirnes wth at
made it 14-7.

ioss in two starts.
A 94-yard drive highlighted by
rookie quarterback Frank Pat-
rick's~ passs set un the gtame win-

gav th hsh 7- lad.iiomie field win or± N ras IX, ani
Williams crieds anot erd. o an all-time record Memorial Sta-
Notreiame tclrs nover theadoal dium crowd of 65,361 sat in as
lnote from treeyrs outr ter ga Nebraska ran its season record
scoreless second quarter and t2-.Iwa Minsa'frt

Bleier Too ning touchdown after each team
Halfback Bob Bleier, plunged for had shackled the other's offenses
a third quarter touchdown and and the only solid threat had
Azarro tied it up 14-14 going into been long field goal tries.
hPhipps passed 11 yards to LeroyIliiR ce
Keyes on the third play of the IlMR~e
last quarter and Bob Baltzell kick- ;CHAMPAIGN, Ill. UIP--Quarter-
eNotre Dame marched 75 yards |obne touchdon and passed for
for a tying touchdown, getting janother, and sophomore Dave
the score on Hanratty's 27-yard Jackson rocketed 78 yards to turn
pitch to Paul Snow, and Azzaro 'the game into a rout as Illinois
kicked again, opened its home football season
Purdue's Jim Kirkpatrick ran yesterday with .a 34-6 smashing
the kickoff back 30 yards to his Jof Pittsburgh.
36 and the Boilermakers charged The Illini drove 46 yards in 11
64 yards in five plays for the win- plays in the first quarter with
ning touchdown. Rich Johnson's 15-yard dart and
* * *Naponic's 11-yard toss to Phil
Houston keying it. Naponic drill-
Badgers Smashed ed the final yard.
MADISON, Wis. (/P)- Ed Rose- A 19-yard pass from Naponic to
borough passed for three touch- Craig Timko and runs by John-
downs and scored one himself son and Jackson launched the
while Max Anderson shredded Illini on a 71-yard thrust in 11
Wisconsin's plodding line for 220 plays early inarthesthird period,
yards as Arizona State pummeled Naponic's 6-yadsotoJh
the Badgers 42-16 yesterday. Wright was the payoff.
Anderson got off the day's Illinois scored three quick ones
longest run - a 75-yard touch-J in the fourth quarter.

I

I

I

r~

EARLY FALL DRYCLEANING
VALUES
TOP or CAR

Mon.-Tues.-Wed.
Oct 2-3-4

eQCh

I ROSH HASHONO
SERVICES
Rackham Lec ture Hall
Auditorium

Jackets-$1 .19
Ski or Windbreaker
Furs and suedes excluded-zip out
linings EXTRA; fur collars

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan