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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AMERICAN OPINION FORUM OF ANN ARBOR
presents
REVEREND FRANCIS E. FENTON
Catholic Priest, Lecturer,
Member, Council of the John Birch Society
SPEAKING ON
COMMUNISM
AND AMERICAN SURVIVAL
12 OCTOBER 1967
Ann Arbor High School
8:00 P.M.
TICKETS: $2.00
.there is no career that can match business in diversity
of intellectual interest . .. A vigorous, free society calls for
the highest type of business leadership ..."
THE STANFORD UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
invites you to meet its Admissions Representative,
Mr. Fred Putney on
October 17, 1967
to discuss the Stanford M.B.A. and Ph.D. Programs in Busi-
ness Administration. Appointments to meet with Mr. Putney
may be made through the Director of Placement.
The M.B.A. Program is a two-year general management
course particularly designed for students who have majored
in liberal arts, humanities, science, and engineering. The
purpose of the Doctoral Program is to train scholars for the
stimulating challenge open to business educators, researchers,
and innovators.

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ST. LOUIS (/P-Gentleman Jim
Lonborg rescued the staggering
Boston Red Sox with his second
straight victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals yesterday, 3-1 and sent
the World Series back to Boston
for at least at sixth game tomor-
row.
Lonborg shut out the Cards until
Roger Maris homered with two out
in the ninth.
The handsome 24-year-old right-
hander, who blanked the National
League champions with one hit
Thursday, cut the Cards' edge in
games to 3-2 with a three-hitter
in the fifth game before a dazed
crowd of 54,575 fans at Busch
Stadium.

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It was an unearned run off 22-
year-old Steve Carlton, the Cards'
lefty starter, as Harrelson's hit
followed a single by Joe Foy and
an error by Mike Shannon on
Mike Andrews' sacrifice bunt.
Ninth Inning Uprisings
A Red Sox two-run rally in the
ninth seemed to be only frosting
on Lonborg's cake at the time but
it meant the ball game after Maris
hit his sixth Series homer in the
last of the ninth.
Ron Willis, the third Card pitch-
er, loaded the bases in the ninth,
with a walk to George Scott, a
double by Reggie Smith and an
intentional pass to Rico Petrocelli.
After Willis threw one ball to
Elston Howard, Jack Lamabe came
on to face the veteran catcher.
Howard singled to right, scoring
Scott, and Smith also came home
when Maris' throw to the plate was
high. Both runs were charged to
Willis.
The Cards were lucky to get out
of the inning on a double play in-
volving a complicated rundown
play at the plate.
Lonborg, who admitted he had
the sniffles, simply was superb all
through the cool sunny afternoon.
He said he felt he was home free

BOSTON (A)
AB R H BP4O A
Foy 3b 5111024
Andrews 2b 3 0 1 0 1 2
Yastrzemski if 3 0 1 0 2 0
Harrelson rf 3 0 1 1 1 0
Tartabull rf 0 0 0 0 0 0
Scottlb 3 1 0 0 14 0
R. Smith cf 4 1 1 0 1 0
Petrocelli ss 3 0 0 0 1 2
Howard c 4 0 1 1 5 0
Lonborg p 4 0 0 0 0 2
Totals 32 3 6 2 27 8
E - Shannon, Petrocelli, Maris.
DP-Javier, Maxvill and Cepeda;
McCarver, Javier, McCarver. ZB3-
Yastrzerski, R. Smith. HR-Mars.
S-Andrews. LOB-Boston (A) 7,
St. Louis (N) 3.
BB-Carlton 2 (Yastrzemski, Har-
relson, Willis 2 (Scott, Petrocelli).
SO-Lonborg 4 (Cepeda, Brock,
Shannon, Tolan). Carlton 5 (Foy,
Scott, Lonborg 2, Yastrzemski.)
Washburn 2 (ePtrocelli, Foy). La-
nmabe 2( Lonborg, Foy). WP -
Carlton. Time-2:20. A-54,575. U-
Runge (A) plate, Pryor (N) first
base, Stevens (A) second base, Bar-
lick (N) third base, Umont (A)
left field, Donatelli (N) right field.

Brock If
Flood of
Maris rf
Cepeda lb
McCarver
Shannon
Javier 2b
Maxvill ss
b-Ricketts
Willis p
Lamabe p
Carlton p
a-Tolan
Washburn
e-Gagliano
Bressouds
Totals

ST. LOUIS (N)
AB R
4 0
40a
4 1
4 0
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3b 3 0
3 0
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1 0
0 0
.0 0
r~1 0
10a
p 0 0
l1 0
31 1

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0
0
a
0
"a
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

BI 0
0 0
0.2
1 3
0 5
0 9
0 1
0 4
0 3
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 271

A
0
0
0
0
3-
3
4
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
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a-Struck out for Carlton in 6th.
b-Grounded out for Maxvill in 8th.
c-Popped out for Washburn in 8th.

Longorg but 8-12 against other
Boston pitchers, said he was just
trying to hit the all. Except for
a first inning drive, he never got
the ball out of the infield.
Orlando Cepeda, the big St.
Louis first sacker, continued to
have problems at the plate. He
went hitless four times, giving
him only two hits - both doubles
- in 19 trips to the plate.
"Every time I hit the ball it's
right at somebody," Cepeda said.
"What can I do?"
Hughes vs. Wasiewskl(?)
St. Louis skipper Red Schoen-
dienst said he would pitch Dick
Hughes, the 29-year-old rookie
right-hander, in Wednesday's sixth
game in Boston. Hughes lost to
Lonborg in the second game at
Boston last Thursday.
Red Sox manager Dick Williams
said he would stick with rookie
right-hander Gary Waslewski as
the Boston starter. Waslewski
started only eight games with the
Red Sox, compiling a 2-2 record,
as he divided his time between
Boston and Toronto of'the Inter-

In
have
the

Record Performance
18 innings, the Cardinals
managed only four hits off
22-game winner, who also

Lonborg w
Carlton L
Washburn
Willis
Lamabe
BOSTON (A)
ST. LOUIS (N)

IP H R ER
9 3 1 1
6310
0 1 2 1
1 1 0 0
001 000 002-3
000 000 001-1

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clinched the pennant for the
Sox on the final day of the
ular season.

Red
reg-

Lonboro Wins 2nd

It was the lowest hit total by a
pitcher in two consecutive Series
games.
Ken Harrelson, the fellow who
was fired by Kansas City's Charley
Finley, only to sign with Boston
for $75,000, drove in the first run
of the game with a single in the
third inning.

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after the Red Sox got the two runs dienst in the clubhouse, after
in the top of the ninth. getting one run off him in 18 in-
The Boston ace, who retired the nings.
first 19 men he faced in beating Mike Shannon, who was charged
Dick Hughes in the second game with an error on a sacrifice in
at Boston. blew down 12 in a row the third inning, said the bunt
from the fourth until the eighth "just went past my glove." Both
until Julian Javier got a life on Steve Carlton, the starting Red-
Rico Petrocelli's error. bird pitcher, and Shannon went
Dal Maxvill got the first hit off for the bunt on the third base
Lonborg, an infield single to Mike side of the infield. "I thought
Andrews with one out in the third. it was my ball," Shannon said.
Maris singled to right with one out As for Lonborg, Shannon said,
in the fourth. That was all until "I think I could see the ball to-
Maris drove the ball over the right day ... but he still kept us boxed
field wall, just to the left of the in. I'd much rather hit off him
330-foot mark. here Busch Stadium than in Bos-
Asked the key to the Series so! ton."
far. William said: Schoendienst said that he took
"Well, Lou Brock has been on Carlton out for a pinch hitter
base in three games and the Car- in the sixth inning although the
dinals have won three. He hasn't young left-hander allowed the
got on base in two and we've won Red Sox only three hits and one
both." .
"I hope we don't see this guy SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
(Lonborg) again," said Schoen- MARK HALPERT
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Lou Brock, who is 0-8 against . national League.
GRID SELECTIONS
This man makes more money in one night than you will in a life-
time. And he doesn't even work for it. In fact, he smiles for a living.
You should hate this man. He makes more money in one night than
you will in a lifetime. And he doesn't even work for it. In fact, he
smiles for a living. You should hate this man. As a matter of fact,
this fellow makes more money in one night tian you will in a lifetime,
probably. The funny thing is he doesn't even work for a living. He
smiles for it. He should hate you. You make more money than he does
in one night's living. And you don't even smile for it. You probably
even work for it. He spends a lifetime trying to smile for you. And
it makes more hate than a lifetime. Money doesn't even enter the
picture. In one night he should hate you. After all, he has more life
in one money than you make all night. And you probably do it for
a smile.
So enter this week's grid picks. Don't think about, just do it. You
may even win, like last week's lucky Mike Thoryn. And whatever you
do, smile ..

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run. "We had to get some runs,"
the St. Louis manager explained.
"We're gonna beat them there,
we still got the hammer and
we're still in front."

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