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NINE

FRIDAY; OCTOBER 13, 1867

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGEI

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1967 TIlE MICHIGAN DAiLY PAGE

REDBIRDS

TAKE

WORLD

SERIES

BOSTON /P} Bob Gibson pitch- Brock, who finished up with 12
ed a three-hitter and also homer- hits, one short of another record,
ed as the St. Louis Cardinals de- wound up with a .414 batting av-
feated the Boston Red Sox 7-2 in erage. The last time a base steal-
the seventh game of the World er shined so brightly in a Series
Series yesterday, to become Major was Pepper Martin for the 1931
League champions. Cards' Gas House Gang when he
In doing so, Gibson made a stole five and batted .500 against
mockery of his celebrated duel the old Philadelphia A's.
with Red Sox 22-game winner Gibson, working with three
Jim Lonborg. days rest after Sunday's shutout,
Lonborg, a two-time series had a no-hitter going until Scott
winner trying to come back with opened the fifth with a triple off
only two days' rest, simply didn't the wall in center. Scott came all

have it and was battered for 10
hits and all seven runs in six in-
nings.
Gibson became the seventh
member of the tight little circle
of men who have compiled 3-0
Series records and tied Red Ruf-
fing's 26-year-old record by win-
ning his fifth complete game over
a two-series span. The last pre-
vious three-game winner in Ser-
ies play was Lew Burdette of Mil-
waukee in 1957.
Speedy Lou
Speedy Lou Brock set a Series
record of seven stolen bases and'
tied two more marks with three
in one game and two in an inning
as the Cards, who once held a 3-1
edge in this competition, finally
closed it out with a victory be-+
fore 38,188 fans at Fenway Park.1

the way home to score when Ju-
lian Javier's relay throw sailed
past third base into the Cards'
dugout.
Mean-Nothing
Boston picked up another
mean-nothing run in the eighth
on a double by Rico Petrocelli, a
wild pitch and pinch hitter Norm
Siebern's force out.
Manager Red Schoendienst
went out to talk with Gibson in
the seventh when he went 2-1 on
Ken Harrelson after Carl Yes-
tremski walked.
The n e x t m a n, Harrelson,
grounded into a force play and
Gibson struck out Scott.
If it was a day of wild excite-
ment for the Red Birds, it was a
cloudy, cool afternoon of heart-
break for Lonborg, the handsome

a GRID SELECTIONS
Dirk DeLange has lost his head.
Dirk DeLange is the guy from Michigan State who used to walk
around in that great big plastic green and white head.
Dirk DeLange used to help build Michigan State spirit.
Dirk DeLange contends that an evil person from the University
of Michigan has committed an out and out felony by lifting his head
from its place of safe-keeping.
Dirk DeLange says that his head is beihg kept against its will at
a University of Michigan fraternity house.
Dirk DeLange suspects that the above mentioned fraternity house
has committed various atrocities to his head. For instance, he suggests
that the head may have been painted maize and blue. He suspects that
it may even appear on the field at some time during Saturday's foot-
ball game.
Dirk DeLange has maintained his Michigan State cool by refusing
to say anything more than "It makes us a little mad," and "It was
a dirty trick.,"
Dirk DeLange has emerged from his traumatic experiences long
enough to be this week's guest Grid picks selector. With typical Mich-
ssrigan State effectiveness, he has remained objective in his selections.
Dirk DeLange, as was stated before, used to build Michigan State
spirit.
Tacit premise: No Dirk-no spirit.
Heh-heh.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Consensus in all-caps)
' rMichigan State at MICHIGAN MASSACHUSETTS at Conn.
Iowa at INDIANA South Carolina at FLORIDA ST.
MINNESOTA at Illinois.s Georgia Tech at TENNESSEE
NORTWESTERN at Rice KANSAS ST. at Iowa St.
Pittsburgh at WISCONSIN SYRACUSE at Navy
PURDUE at Ohio State S. Calif. at NOTRE DAME
CLEMSON at Auburn OKLAHOMA at Texas
Toledo at BOWLING GREEN DUKE at Virginia
'- N. Carolina at AIR FORCE
Brigham Young at OREGON ST. Lock Haven at SHIPPENSBURG
MISSOURI at Colorado ST.
BOB McFARLAND (Executive Sports Editor, 39-21, .650) Michigan States,
Indiana, Minnesota, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Purdue, Clemson, Bowling
Green, "Oregon St., Missouri, Massachusetts, Florida St., Tennessee, Kansas
St., Navy, Southern California, Oklahoma, Duke, Air Force, Shippensburg St.
CLARK NORTON (Sports Editor, 36-24, .600) Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota,
Northwestern, Wisconsin, Purdue, Clemson, Bowling Green, Oregon St.,
Missouri, Massachusetts, Florida St., Tennessee, Kansas St., Syracuse, Notre
Dame, Texas, Duke, North Carolina, Shippensburg St.
RICK STERN (Associate Sports Editor, 33-27, .550) Michigan, Indiana,
Minnesota, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Purdue, Clemson, Bowling Green,
Oregon St., Missouri, Massachusetts, Florida St., Tennessee, Kansas St.,
Navy, Southern California, Oklahoma, Duke, Air Force, Shippensburg St.
GRAYLE HOWLETT (Associate Sports Editor, 32-28, .533) Michigan, Indiana,
P Minnesota, Rice, Wisconsin, Purdue, Clemson, Bowling Green, Brigham
Young, Missouri,. Massachusetts, Florida St., Georgia Tech., Iowa St., Syra-
cuse, Notre Dame, Okiahoma, Duke, Air. Force, Shippensburg St.
DIRK DeLANGE (Guest Selector) Michigan State, Indiana, Minnesota,
Northwestern, iPttsburgh, Purdue, Auburn, Bowling Green, Brigham Young,
Missouri, Massachusetts, Florida St., Georgia Tech., Kansas St., Syracuse,
Notre Dame, Texas, Duke, North Carolina, Shippensburg St.

The handwriting was on the
wall for Lonborg, who had a per-
S. feet game going for 6 1/3 innings
and a no-hitter for 7 2/3 innings
in this same park a week ago. But
Roger Mais, a hitting star for
the Cards, singled in the first and
.},{: ' Javier, another big swinger for
¢the Cards, singled -in the second.
Little Dal Maxvill, a good field,
no-hit shortstop, hammered a
400-foot triple off the center field
wall opening the third. After Gib-
son lined out to Joe Foy and
Brock popped up, Curt Flood
: singled to center, scoring Max-
vill. Mais followed with his sec-
,y Nond single and Flood scored
when Lonborg uncorked a wild
. { " * . pitch to Cepeda.
On Guard
Guarding a 2-0 lead, Gibson
~ took matters into his own hands
in the fifth when he slugged a
:£380-foot homer high off the green
wall in center field, just to the
right of the yellow line that sep-
The Triple arates doubles from home runs.
Red Sox centerfielder Reggie Then Brock, the speed bullet,
Smith tries to catch a triple by put on his show. Lou singled to
Dal Maxvill in the third. He left and stole second on the sec-
scored the Cardinals' first run ond pitch to Flood. Brock also
sord the Cadinl' firstole third on the fourth ball to
on Curt Flood's single. Flood, tying the record for two
Stanford graduate who had pitch- steals in an inning, held by four
ed so magnificently in winning 1926.rMns'isae tin
his first two starts. 1926. Maris' sacrifice fly sent in
his irs twostats.Brock for a 4-0 lead.
Trying to bounce back without Lonborg obviously was strug-
sufficient rest, Gentleman Jim gling but he was left in to take
was bombed by the Cards and another beating in the sixth when
was left in there to take a rough Tim McCarver doubled on a ball
going over in the sixth when Ja- that right fielder Harrelson dove
vier's three-run homer drove the for but couldn't hold as he roll-
final nails in the Red Sox's cof- ed over on the grass.
fin. Mike Shannon got a life on an
The Red Sox fought mightily error by Foy, and Javier iced it
in an effort to become the fourth with a 350-foot homer into the
club ever to overcome a 3-1 deficit screen atop the Green Monster
in games but Gibson was just too left field wall.
much for them. Despite the 7-0 deficit, Mana-
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Sox escaped without further scor-
ing by using Dan Osinski and fin-
ally the 19-year-old Ken Brett
put down the rally.
Right to the bitter end, Yas-j
trzemski was in there swinging
that big bat. He opened the ninth
with a single that gave him a
.400 Series but Harrelson's double
play and Scott's strikeout ended
it.
"We have nothing to be ashamed
of-give them credit-they de-
serve it." Dick Williams, winding
up his rookie season as manager
of the Boston Red Sox, saluted the
Cardinals after the game.
"Give all the credit in the world
to Gibson," Williams said. "He's
one helluva pitcher. I would have
to say he was the outstanding
player in the series. After all, he
beat us three times."
Williams was surrounded by re-
porters making virtually the only
noise in the cemetery-like club-
house. He praised St. Louis, but
had glowing words for his Red
Sox.
"I still like this club," he said.
"We have nothing to be ashamed
of, nothing at all. This is a young
club and we had to work one game
harder all season. I'm proud of
them all. And we'll be back next
year."
IP H R ER
B. Gibson W 9 32 2
Lonborg L 6 10 7 6
Santiago 2 0 0 0
Morehead 1-3 0 0 0
Osinski 1-3 0 0 0
Brett 1-3 0 0 0

Brook if.
Flood ef.
lars rr
Cepeda lb
Mecarver c
Shannon 3b
Javier 2b
M.axvill ss
Gibson p
Totals

BOSTON (A)
ARRHBIO A
Foy 3b 3 0 0 0 0 3
Morehead p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Osinski p ()0 0 0 000
Brett p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Andrews 2b 4 0 0 0 0 0
Yastrzemski if 3 0 1 0 2 0
Harrelson rf 4 0 0 0 3 0
Scott lb 4 1 1 0 9 0
R. Smith ef 3 0 0 0 2 0
Petrocelli ss 3 1 1 0 3 2
Howard c 2 0 0 0 4 1
b-Jones 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lonborg p 1 00 0 00
a-Tartabull 1 0 0 0 0 0
Santiago p 0 0,0 0 0 0
c-$iebern 1 0 0 1 0 1
RI. Gibson c 0 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 28 2 3 1 27 8
a-Struck out for Lonborg in 6th.
b-Walked for Howard in 8th.
c-Hit into force play for Santi-
ago In 8th.

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-Associated Press

The Wild Pitch
Catcher Elston Howard darts after a wild pitch deliver,
Sox hurler Jim Lonborg which scored Curt Flood for
dinals'second run on route to their 7-2 route of the home
ger Dick Williams left Lonborg in of the sixth and then
the game to complete the sixth fect innings of relies
inning. Jose Santiago.
Wililams sent up Jose Tarta- Dave Morehead wall
bull to bat for Lonborg in the last es full in the ninth 1
your guidet
Enjoy a
Family
Adventure

E-Javier, Foy. DP-Maxvill, Jay-
ier, and Cepeda. LOB-St. Louis
-7, Boston A 3. 2B-McCarver, Brock,
Petrocelli. 2B-Maxvill, Scott. HR
-B. Gibson, Javier. SB-Brock 3.
5- S-Andrews. SF-Maris.
BB-B. Gibson-3 Foy, Yastrzem-
ski, Jones, Lonborg-1 Flood, More-
head-3 Brock, Flood Marls. SO-
B. Gibson--lO-Harrelson 2 Scott 2,
Petrocelli 2, Lonborg, Foy, Andrews
Tratabull Lonborg-1 Cepeda.
Morehead-1 Gibson. WP-Lon-
borg, Gibson. T-2:23. A-35,188.

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