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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cardinals Favored in World Series

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON-The St. Louis Cardi-
nals, who breezed to the National
League pennant, are ruled the
favorites over the Cinderella Kids
from Boston in the World Series
that opens tomorrow at old Fen-
way Park with Bob Gibson of
the Cards facing Jose Santiago,
a refugee from Boston's bullpen.
The Red Sox returned to this
planet yesterday after an over-
night Journey on a pink cloud of
bubbling enthusiasm and faced
the future with optimism. As a
club that moved from ninth to
first in one season, they were
not awed by the odds favoring
the Cardinals.
Sox Stunned
The Red Sox wandered into the
clubhouse yesterday, one by one,
to pick up tickets and mail, pinch-
ing themselves to be sure they
really, were in the series for the
first time since 1946.
Dick Williams, the rookie man-
ager who is almost certain to be
named "Manager of the Year" in
the American League, gave the
players a day off after the dra-
matic Sunday game in which they
clinched the pennant by beating
Minnesota 5-3. Williams and the
athletes waited in the ball park
for three hours until Detroit's de-
feat in the second game had ruled
out any chance of a tie and a
playoff.
Adair Able
Buddy LeRoux, Boston trainer,
said second baseman Jerry Adair,
spiked Sunday, will be able to
play tomorrow. Adair was gashed
on the left shin while complet-
ing a double play, a wound that
required seven stitches. Mike An-
drews will take his place if he
can't make it.
The lack of a left-handed start-
er might prove costly to Boston
against the Cardinal lineup with

its good left-handed batting pow-
er.
Right-hander Jim Lonborg, who
shared the hero role with Carl
Yastzremski in the clincher, will
be the second game pitcher Thurs-
day.
The Red Sox will be anxiously
watching the Cardinals' reaction
to the first sight of that green
wall in left, only 315 feet away
from home plate.
Park Different
"You have to pitch dirrefent in
this park than in St. Louis," said
Santiago. "Maybe, when they see
the wall they will try to pull
everything."
After the first two games in
Boston, tomorrow and Thursday,
there will be an off day for travel
before the teams resume Saturday
in St. Louis for the next three
games in the best-of-7 series.
Harding Sent
To Bulls
DETROIT (P)-The Detroit Pis-
tons traded seven-foot center Reg-
gie Harding to the Chicago Bulls
yesterday and asked National Bas-
ketball Association waivers on for-
ward Wayne Hightower.
The Harding deal involved an
undisclosed amount of cash and a
future NBA draft choice.
Hightower, a veteran forwardj
who jumped to the rival Ameri-
can Basketball Association during!
the winter, signed an NBA con-
tract with Detroit last week. The
Pistons obtained him last Janu-
ary in a deal with the Baltimore
Bullets.
Harding had not figured in
Coach Donnis Butcher's plan this
year. He was used briefly in two
exhibition games.

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Major League Standings

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FINAL STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE

FINAL STANDINGS
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

W
92
91
91
89
84
76
76
75
72
62

L
70
71
71
73
78
85
85
87
90
99

Pct. GB
.568 -
.562 1
.562 1I
.549 3
.522 7?
.472 15 J/2
.472 151..
.463 17
444 20
.385 291/

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

W L
101 60,
91 71
87 74
87 75
82 80
81 81
77 85
73 89
69 93
61 101

Pct. GB
.627 --
.562 10%
.540 14
.537 14x2
.506 1932
.500 20%
.475 243
.451 282
.426 322
.377 40%

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SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 5, Minnesota 3
Detroit 6-5, California 4-8
Washington 4, Chicago 3
Baltimore 4, Cleveland 0
New York 4, Kansas City 3

SUNDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 5, Atlanta 2
San Francisco 2, Philadelphia 1
Cincinnati 10, Chicago 3
Pittsburgh 10, Houston 3
Los Angeles 2, New York 1

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Conference
Capitol Division

AMERICAN LEAGUE
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W L T

Pct.1

Dallas 2 1 0 .667
Philadelphia 2 1 0 .667
Washington 2 1 0 .667
New Orleans 0 3 0 .000
Century Division
St. Louis 2 1 0 .667
Cleveland 1 2 0 .333
New York 1 2 0. .333
Pittsburgh 1 2 0 .333
Western Conference
Central Division

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3
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Pts,
72
75
92
30
86
70
95
79
Pts.
53
76
40
31
117
101
72
38

OP
73
86
79
99
79
59
96
75
OP
27
69
61
83
44
29
69,
99

New York
Houston
Miami
Boston
Buffalo
Oakland
San Diego
Kansas City
Denver

ester

W L T Pct. Pts.
2 1 0 .667 84
2 2 0 .500 53
1 2 0 .333 42
1 3 0 .250 66
1 3 0 .250 40
in Division
3 0 0 1.000 109
3 0 0 1.000 78
2 1 0 .667 70
1 4 0 .200 77

OP
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47
74
89
97
28
34
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SUNDAY'S RESULTS
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Houston 10, Denver 6
Oakland 23, Kansas City 21
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SUNDAY'S R(ESULTS
Green Bay 23, Atlanta 0
Chicago 17, Minnesota
Cleveland 42, New Orleans 7
St. Louis 38, Detroit 28
tos Angeles 35, Dallas 13
Washington 38, New York 34
Philadelphia 34, Pittsburgh 24
Baltimore 41, San Francisco 7

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For liberal arts majors

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*Professional Qualification Test-A prerequisite to
qualify for a career position with the National Security
Agency.
WHEN: October 21, 1967
W HERE: Contact your Placement Office for
location of test nearest you, or write to NSA
(address below) right awayl
If you expect to receive a liberal arts degree be-
fore September 1968, register for the Professional
Qualification Test. Taking and passing the PQT
doesn't commit or obligate you to anything, but we
urge you-even if you are not now fully certain of
your future interests-to investigate NSA career
opportunities.
An Agency of national prominence, this unique,
organization is responsible for developing "secure"
communications systems to transmit and receive
vital information. How and why does that affect you?

making of codes and ciphers), analytic research,
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gramming, and administrative management.
At NSA, your professional status and earning
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having to wait for years of "experience." Starting
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regular increases, excellent advancement possibili-
ties ... and all the benefits of Federal employment.
Another advantage is NSA's location, convenient
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attractions.
Plan to take the PQT. It could be your first step to
a great future!
IMPORTANT: THE DEADLINE FOR PQT APPLICATIONS
IS OCTOBER 9.Pickup aPQT Bulletin atyourPlace-

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