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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE NINE

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NTN!~

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Sox
BOSTON (P) - The fighting
Boston Red Sox squared the
World Series yesterday by bat-
teripg the St. Louis Cardinal
pitching staff for 12 hits, includ-
ing four home runs, to win the
sixth game 8-4 in a wild slugging
brawl.
Rico Petrocelli hit two into the
screen atop the Green Monster
wall in left field and Carl Yas-
trzemski and Reggie Smith each
hit one homer for the Red Sox.
Lou Brock hammered a two-run
440-foot blast for the Cards.
A record total number of
pitchers, eight by the groggy
Cardinals, were used by the two
clubs, setting up a dream game
duel for today's seventh game
between Boston's Jim Lonborg
and St. Louis' Bob Gibson, both
two-game winners.
Ten Red Sox went to bat in
an amazing seventh inning rally
by the desperate Sox, who had
* seen their 4-2 lead melt away on
Brock's tremendous homer off
John Wyatt. Before the inning
was over, four runs had scored
on Joe Foy's double, five singles
and a sacrifice fly.
During the unbelievable inning,
Brock made an unsuccessful leap
for Foy's drive that went for a
double, driving in the tie-break-
ing run. Short stop Dal Maxvll
b'roke the wrong way on a double-
play ball that bounced through
for a single by George Scott and
Smith's fly ball fell among Brock,
Curt Flood and Maxvill for
another single.
This was a complete switch in
a series that has been dominat-
ed by the fine pitching of Lon-
borg and Gibson. At the end of
the long, sunny, windy afternoon,
the unlikely winner was Wyatt,
the man, who threw the longest
home run ball of the day.
Although St. Louis starter Dick
Hughes went into the Series rec-
ord -books as the only pitcher
ever to give up three homers in
one inning the fourth, Jack La-
mabe, the fourth of the long,
thin, line of Card pitchers, was
charged with the defeat.
Trailing #3-1 after the fourth
game and faced with an uphill
battle that only three clubs
have accomplished, the American
League champions have fought
back to the series and leave mat-
ters in the hands of Long-borg,
the handsome, articulate ace.
Petrocelli, hitting only .071 with
one hit in 14 at bats in the first
games, hammered a homer down
the left field line about 315 feet
from the plate in the second and
slugged a Hughes' pitch into the
screen atop the wall in left cen-
ter, a 320-foot smash, in the
fourth inning.
After the home run explosion by
Yastrzemski, Smith and Petro-
celli in the fourth routed Hughes
and appeared to have put the

Homers

Crush

Cards
ter, a margin, but the Cards got
to him for two runs in the thirdf
on a double by Julian Javier, a
scoring singled by Brock, who
stole second and dove home head
first just ahead of Yastrzemski's
throw after fielding Flood's single.
Gary Bell, who came on after
Wyatt left for pinch hitter Jones
in the seventh, skirted disaster
in the eighth and ninth but held
the Cards without further runs.
Yastrzemski made a fine run-
ning catch of Tim McCarver's
long drive in left center, follow-
ing Orlando Cepeda's infield
single in the eighth. Mike Shan-
non doubled off the wall in left
but Bell got out of it. He retired
Javier on a liner to Foy, walked
Maxvill, loading the bases, and
escaped when Yaz took pinch
hitter Dave Ricketts' fly ball in
left.
Even in the ninth, with a four-
run cushion, there were anxious
moments for the Red Sox. Brock's
long, high fly went to deep right
center but George Thomas drift-
ed back and made the catch in
front of the oBston bullpen. After
Flood grounded out for the second
out, Roger Maris singled to left
before Cepeda bounced back to
Bell to end the game.
Today's seventh and deciding
game will feature the aces of both
pitching staffs. Bob Gibson of the
Cardinals and Jim Lonborg of
Boston each have two series vic-
tories and each has looked superb
thus far. The big question in Bos-
ton is whether Lonborg can stop
the Cardinal bats with only two
days' rest. Gibson meanwhile has
been the only St. Louis pitcher who
has been able to keep the Red
Sox in check.

8-4
BOX SCORE
ST. LOUIS (N)
AB RI
Brock If 5 2
Flood cf 5 0
Maris rf 4 0
Cepeda lb 5 0
McCarver c 3 0
Shannon 3b 4 0
Javier 2b 4 0
Omaxvill ss 3 0
Hughes p 1 0
Willis p 0) 0
a-Spiezo 1 0
Briles p 0 0
b-Tolan 40 1
Lamabe p 01 0
Hoerner p 0 40
Jaster p 0 0
Washburn p 0 0
e-Ricketts 6 01
Woodeshick p' 0 0
Totals 3 4

RBI
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0
0
0
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RBI
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1
0
0
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0
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BOSTON (A)
Foy 3b
Andrews 2b
Yastrzemski If
Harrelson rf
Bell p
Tartabull rf
d-Adair
Scott lb
Petrocelli ss
Howard c
Waslewski p
Wyatt p
c-Jones
Thomas rf
Totals

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12

REGGIE SMITH, Boston Red Sox center fielder, hits a home run off Cardinal starter Dick Hughes
in the fourth inning of yesterday's World Series game. The homer was one of three hit by the Red
Sox in the inning, tying a World Series record as the Sox went on to face seven more Cardinal
pitchers in their 8-4 victory.

a-Grounded out for Willis in 5th.
b--Walked for Briles in 7th.
c--Singled for Wyatt in 7th.
d-Sacrificed for Tartabull in 7th.
e-Flied out for Washburn in 8th.

game beyond reach, the Cards make a leaping catch but the ball
bounced back to tie 'in the top went over his glove and rolled to
of the seventh on Brock's out.. the wall while Jones scored with
Then the roof caved in on the tie-breaker.
Manager Red Schoendienst and Joe Hoerner, the lefty who gave
his pitching staff. Lamabe had up the second homer to Yaz last
just come in after Nelson Briles, Thursday, was greeted with a
who had pitched two scoreless in- single by Mike Andrews that
nings, departed for a pinch hit- drove in Foy. After Yaz singled
ter. to right, (Red) went to the bull-
With one out, pinch hitter Dal- pen again and brought in Larry
ton Joneslashed a single to right. Jaster, another southpaw.
Foy then drove the ball high and Jerry Adair, batting for Jose
deep to left. Brock attempted to Tartabull lofted a long sacrifice

fly to center, scoring Andrew4
with the third run of the inning.
Maxvill unexpectedly broke to his
right as Scott's hopper went right
through thehole he had opened
and scotted to left center.
Then Smith's high fly dropped
safely in left center just beyond
the reach of Brock, Maxvill and
Flood, driving home Yaz with the
fourth and final score of the big
inning.
Petrocelli's first homer gave
Gary Waslewski, the obscure star-

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Wings, Bruins Draw in Opener

By The Associated Press
Dean Prentice scored a disputed
goal with just over two minutes
remaining to lift the Detroit Red
Wings into a 4-4 tie with the Bos-
ton Bruins last night in a Na-
tional Hockey League opener for
both teams.
The goal offset another disput-
ed tally by Boston's John Mc-
Kenzie, which had snapped a 3-3
tie in the period.
Earlier Tom Williams of Boston
and Norm Ullman of Detroit each
scored twice while John Bucyk
of the Bruins and Howie Young
of the Red Wings notched the
other goals before 13,909 fans.
Detroit's starting goalie, Roger
Crozier, was hit in the temple by
a puck early in the second per-
iod and was replaced by George
Gardner.

Red Wing defenseman Gary
Bergman was struck in the face
by a stick in the same session
and taken to a hosiptal with a
possible fractured jaw.
* * *
Third period goals by Phil Go-
yette, Reggie Fleming, and Red
Berenson broke a 3-3 deadlock
and sent the New York Rangers
to a 6-3 victory over the defend-
ing National Hockey League
champion Chicago Black Hawks
last night.
In the season opener for both
teams, Bobby Hull's goal led the
Hawks to a 1-0 first period lead,
but New York came back to take
a 3-2 edge on two goals by Jean
Ratelle and one by Don Marshall.
Hull's second goal of the night
drew the Hawks even once again

in the first minute of the final
period, but the Rangers' final
burst, all the goals coming against
goalie Dave Dryden within a span
of three minutes and 26 seconds,
put the visitors ahead to stay.
Jean Beliveau's 400th career
goal helped the Montreal Cana-
diens defeat the new Pittsburgh
Penguins 2-1 last night.
Beliveau joined Gordie Howe
of Detroit and Maurice Richard,
the former Montreal great, as the
only NHL players to register more
than 400 goals with his second
period score.
The Penguins played Montreal
on even terms except for a first
p e r i o d breakaway by Gilles
Tremblay when the Canadiens
were shorthanded.

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PETITIONS DUE OCTOBER 15

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supports

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RESISTANCE
men will return their draft cards to the selective

Beginning October 16,

service and will refuse to cooperate in any way with what they view to be

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an "immoral and illegal"

law, the selective service law: They can no long-

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waste of life and energy. In view of the Nuremberg precedent, they can no
longer remain silent and share in the crime of complicity and coopera-
tion. They are going to RESIST! Will you support them in their moral com-
mitment? Will you RESIST?
Mail to: SPU PEACE CENTER
301 NOB HILL PLACE, NO. 2
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48103
QI would like to support local resisters by demonstrating, leafleting, picketing, etc.
j I plan to resist on October 16
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