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BIG TEN OUTLOOK:
Carl Yastrzemski, slugging left
fielder who led the Boston Red
Sox to their first American League
pennant in 21 years, signed a con-
tract yesterday for the 1968 sea-
son. Though the exact figure was
not disclosed, most guesses put
it at $100,000. This makes the 28-
year-old Triple Crown winner the
second highest paid player in Red
Sox history; Ted Williams re-
ceiving an estimated $125,000 dur-
ing his heyday.
Yastrzemski said the salary was
"the kind of figure I always
The Michigan Rugby Club will
play two games this afternoon
immediately after the football
game against fifth-ranked In-
diana. The matches will take
place at Wines Field, along Divi-
sion Street between Hill and
Hoover. The 'A' game should be-
gin at approximately 3:30 p.m.,
with the 'B' contest starting
around 4:45 p.m. Al supporters
of the Rugby club and other
spectators are welcome.
dreamed about as a boy." He added
that the pact was limited to the
1968 season and carried no bonus
Meanwhile, pitcher, Dean Chance,
a 20-game winner for the Min-
nesota Twins this season, was
voted American League Comeback
Player of the Year in he annual
Associated Press poll.
Chance posted a 20-game season
in 1964 while with the California
Angels, but slipped to 15-10 and
then 12-17 in the next two years,
at which time he was sent to the
Twins in a four-player trade.
The 355 baseball writers and
broadcasters gave Chance 156
votes to 55 for Bob Allison, also
of the Twins, 38 for Mickey Man-
tle of the New York Yankees, 26
for Carl Yastrzemski of the Bos-
ton Red Sox, and 24 for Bill Free-
han of the Detroit Tigers.
Speaking of baseball players,
Ron Fairly of Los Angeles Dod-
gers took the lead in the third
round of the seventh annual Base-
ball Celebrity golf tournament yes-
terday, shooting a 72 for a .54-
hole score of 222 at the Canyon
Country Clug in Palm Springs,
In the coaches-managers divi-
sion, Peanuts Lowrey of San Fran-1
cisco was far ahead with a 70 for'
By BILL DINNER heavy losses in graduation and offense and defense; head coach after losing so many fine men
The Boilermakers of Purdue is relying primarily on sopho- Jack Mollenkopf has had a dif- from last year's squad. The de-
mores and juniors, and need a ficult time deciding when to use fense is young and needs playing
were not ranked very high in pre- getda fpaigeprec.hm experience, and the running
season polls, but after a 24-20 great deal of playing experience. him.exren.ad th rnng
win over Texas A&M, a stunning Guilding the Boilermakers is Purdue's Phipps-Keyes combo game is still hunting replacements
victory over then fIrst-ranked 19 - year - old super - sophomore should prove too much for Ore- for All-American Nick Eddy and
Notre Dame, and a slaughter of quarterback Mike Phipps. So far gon State's defense, allowing the Larry Conjar.
Nore Dame416, thynlaugtrndfthis year Phipps has netted over Boilermakers to walk away with Illini Possibility
Ohio State 41-6, they now stand 1,000 yards offensively and fig- the game. The Illini have a great defense,
second only to Southern Cal. In
the national ratings. ured in seven touchdowns. Michigan State, meanwhile, and if their offense can stay in
Receiver fresh from last week's crushing long enough to give the defense
Opposing Purdue this weekend Hauling in the passes for Phipps victory here, is ready to tackle a a rest, Notre Dame quarterback
will be the Oregon State Beavers., is flashy Leroy Keyes, who is also hardened Minnesota squad. Al- Terry Hanratty, and All-American
Earlier this year the Beavers dis- presently top rusher with 431 though State cannot match last Jim Seymour may find the going
played their s t r o n g defense yards and six touchdowns. Keyes, year's team, they have improved tough.
trouncing Iowa 38-18. Oregon who played 40 minutes against greatly and have a good shot at . First Wins
State, 7-3 last year, suffered Notre Dame, is excellent on both the Big Ten crown. Wisconsin is still trying for its
. Gophers Tough first win of the season as it faces
SPOR TS SHORTS:Minnesota, however, cannot be Iowa at home. The visiting Hawk-
lightly reckoned with. They have eyes, in last week's loss to In-
* the best Big Ten defense against diana, displayed an almost non-
scoring,allowing only 7.3 points existent passing attack-quarter-
Per game, and the best punter in back Ed Podolack completing four
the conference, Dave Baldrdige, for 14 for 44 yards.
By The Associated Press 428-yard 15th in the morning averaging 41.7 yards per kick. The Although the Badger offense
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The In- match will go down as one of the Gophers, after a 10-7 squeaker shows promise, a defense is des-
diana Pacers remained unbeaten historic blows of this competition. over Illinois, are keyed for the perately needed. The contest
in the American Basketball As- Dickinson hooked the ball into game; but the passing and run- should be close, with plenty of
sociation last night, holding off a a thicket of tress and left his ning of the Spartans' scrambling mistakes, and Iowa might show
Kentucky Colonel rally in the sec- partner with what looked to be an quarterback Jimmy Raye should through.
ond half for a 106-99 victory. impossible job. The ball was 'in prevail. After being slaughtered by Pur-
After a 29-29 tie at the end off deep grass with a pine towering Notre Dame will invade Illinois due last weekend, Ohio State is
the first period, the Pacers pulled between it and the hole. Palmer this weekend, hoping to get back looking for its first Big Ten win.
away to a 66-54 halftime lead. The lashed a six-iron shot around the on the winning track after a dis- Its opponent, Northwestern, suf-
Colonels outscored Indiana 23-16 tree and the ball rolled to within heartening lost to USC. Notre fered 50-6 at the hands of Rice.
in the third period but never five feet of the cup. Dame head coach Ara Parseghian The Buckeyes should rebound
could make up the difference. Dickinson more than did his has had his problems this year against the stunned Wildcats.
Roger Brown led the Pacers with part, however, sinking putts of 10,
43 points, followed by Bob Neto- 12 and 18 and 30 feet in the aft-
licky with 39. Randy Mahaffey and arnoon, three for birdies, and Professional Standigs
Stewart Johnson each contributed twice blasting the ball dead to
,za fr th lnerc ;the pin from sand trans.
36 for the losers. Lol-/111 - - .
It was the second straight loss Once Palmer pitched the ball
for Kentucky in as many starts, into a man's jacket, the ball rest-
The Pacers, who downed the Col- ing between the second and third
onels last week, are now 3-0. buttons.
Although the Colonels' home de- "Well, partner," Palmer jested,
but was unsuccessful, the Ken- "it's now up to you."
tuckians were at least a hit fin- "Yeah," Dickinson winced. Then
ancially. The crowd of 10,427 was he chipped close to the hole to
the best of the season in the ABA. save a half with par.
STUDENT BLOOD for STUDENT LIVES
I FC, IHA, Panhel, and Graduate Assembly spon-
sor a Blood Drive to establish
U.S. Leads in Ryder Cup Bye-bye Guy
HOUSTON (AP)-A miracle shot CHICAGO-The Chicago Bulls
by Arnold Palmer and a streak of traded Guy Rodgers to the Cin-
phenomenal putting by his part- cinnati Royals for' Flynn Robin-
ner, Gardner Dickinson, paced the son, a pair of high future draft
United States to a 5%/-21/2 lead choices and an undisclosed amount
over the pride of Britain's golf of cash last night.
professionals Friday in the 17th Rodgers, a 6-foot guard, helped
biennial Ryder Cup matches, thedBulls reach the National Bas-
Palmer and Dickinson, the latter ketball Association playoffs in
playing in his first Ryder Cup! their first year of existence last
series, scored two triumphs in thet season. The Bulls originally draft-
18-hole Scotch foursome matches ed Rodgers from San Francisco.
as did another strong-armed U.S. Rodgers, a 10-year NBA veteran,
pair, Bobby Nichols and Johnny averaged 18 points a game last
Pott. season and also led the league in
Palmer's recovery shot on the assists last year with 11.2 game.
WV L Pct. Behind
Boston ............. 1 0 1.000 -
Detroit............1 0 1.000 -
Baltimore.......... 1 0 1.000-
Philadelphia........1 0 1.000 -
New York.........1 1 .500 i
Cincinnati..........1 1 .500 %
St. Louis.......... 5 0 1.000 -
San Francisco........2 3 .400 3
Los Angeles..........1 2 .333 3
xSeattle..............0 1 .000 3
x~an Diego....... .. 0 2 .000 31/p.
Chicago.. 0 4 .000 4Y
x-Late game not included.
.' uYesterday's Results
St. Louis 126, Chicago 8
San Diego at Seattle, Inc.
Boston at Baltimore
Chicago at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at New York
Detroit at Philadelphia
San Francisco at St. Louis
Seattle at San Diego
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
s Western Division
Dallas............. 1 0
New Orleans......1 0
Houston........... 1 1
Anaheim...... ..0 4
x-Late game not Included.
W L Pet. Behind
Indiana........... 3 0 6.000 --
Minnesota ..........0 0 .000 1%
Pittsburgh..........0 0 00 1%
New Jersey.........0 0 .000 1%
Kentucky ........... 0 2 .000 2Y'
Indiana 106, Kentucky $9.
Denver vs. Oakland at San Jose, Calif.
Indiana at New Orleans, afternoon
W L Pts. GF GA
Boston........... 3 0 1 7 23 10
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California........ 2 0 1
Los Angeles........2 0 1
Philadelphia....... 2 2 0
Pittsburgh.... ...1 3
St. Louis......... 1 0 1
Minnesota........ 0 2 2
No ganes scheduled.
Boston at Montreal
New York at Toronto
Chicago at Pittsburgh
California at Minnesota
Los Angeles at St. Louis
8:00 Judging of Homecoming Displays
9:00-12:00 Alumni registration continues,
1:30 Homecoming football game:
Michigan vs. Indiana
3:30 Rugby football game,
7:00 First concert, featurng the Ramsey
Lewis Trio and Buffy Sainte-Marie,