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Friday, September 20, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday, Septem1~er 20, 968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

MeLain

posts

31st

as

Mantle

devours

homer

535

DETROIT (41) -Denny McLain
won his 31st game yesterday as
the Detroit Tigers defeated the
New York Yankees 6-2 despite
Mickey Mantle's 535th career
home run.
McLain, who reached the se-
lect plateau of 30 victories last
Saturday, scattered eight hits in
bringing his record to 31-5. The
last time a pitcher won that many
games was in 1931 when Lefty'
Grove of the Philadelphia Ath-
letics did it.
McLain needs one more victory
to become the winngest pitcher in
52 years.
In posting the Tigers' 12th
straight complete game, McLain
was touched for the home run
that placed Mantle third on the
all-time homer list behind Babe
Ruth, 714, and Willie Mays, 585.
After getting two strikes in the
eighth inning, Mantle motioned
for McLain, to give him a letter-
high pitch. McLain did, and, after
the Yankee slugger drove the ball

sporits
NIGHT EDITOR:
FRED LaBOUR
into the upper right field stands,
McLain saluted him as he rounded
the bases.
The homer, his 17th of the sea-
son, enabled Mantle to break his
tie at 534 with Jimmy Foxx.
Norm Cash provided the Tiger
right-hander with enough power
of his own.
Cash sent the Tigers ahead 1-0
with a fourth-inning homer that
just barely cleared the left field
fence at the 365-foot mark.
Then after the Yankees tied the
game on McLain's bases-loaded

walk to Tom Tresh, Cash again
homered, this time in the sixth
after Mel Stottlemyre walked
Mickey Stanley.
it was Cash's 24th of the season.
Jim Northrup then doubled and
Eddie Mathews drove him home
with a single.
In the seventh the Tigers col-
lected two more runs. Dick Mc-
Auliffe walked and Al Kaline dou-
bled. Wayne Comer, who had
come in to play left field earlier,
drove them home with a single,
Detroit was playing with a
makeshift lineup that included
Stanley at shortstop, Gates Brown
in left, Jim Price catching, Kaline
in right and Mathews at third
base. ^Mathews, Price and Brown
have been primarily benchwarm-
ers, called to occasional pinch hit-
ting duties .
Kaline has played off and on,
all season and Stanley regularly;
plays centerfield.

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Club sports seek advisory seat

The Michigan, Sports' Club As-
sociation (MSCA) last night
agreed to ask for a permanent
voting seat on the advisory board
in charge of campus recreation
and student sports.
In its present set-up the Ad-
visory Board on Recreation, In-
tramurals and Club Sports has
eight voting members, four of
them students. The MSCA pro-
posal would seat the MSCA presi-
dent on the board in addition to
the four students.
MSCA members also discussed
,its objectives for the coming
year.
Specific details are yet to be
worked out on a constitution

which was generally accepted by and guidance to the club, as well
all nine clubs present at the sec- as a willingness to cooperate with
oid official meeting, the new administration (of Don
MSCA was formed during last Canham) ."
summer to consolidate the inter- Outlining the basic purposes of
ests and efforts of th6 various the association, Rugby captain
non-varsity clubs on campus. Mildner defined three: publicity,
Three members of the tempo- lobbying, and serving as an in-
rary executive committee - Bob formation and coordination clear-
Gillon, Dave Mildner, and Les inghouse.
Feldman - agreed to remain in Mildner emphasized the impor-
their positions until a new coin- tance of a lobby'on sports club
mittee is formally elected. needs. "Very shortly, the long-
Gillon, acting chairman and term plans are going to be decided
member of the lacrosse club, ad- upon by the advisory committee.
vised that the new committee "be If we want anything, they are go-
familiar with the administration ing to have to be aware of our
so they can give proper leadership needs."
STUDENTS

-Associated Press
THE MICR PEEKS into camera after clouting the 535th. home
run of his career. The poke came off Denny McLain and put
Mantle in third place of all time round-trip swatters.

REHEARSAL:
Sochin'
By FRED LaBOUR
(Let's take it from the top again
so that you'll have it down pat
forA Saturday's football game.
Heady?
Picture yourself with your chief
honey in the stands. You turn to
her and say which of the follow-
ing--
a) "I'm drunk as a skunk."
0 b) "You're drunk as a skunk."
c) "The offensive line is the key
to Micligan's success or failure
this year in regards to gridiron
fortuntes."
The smart money is on either or
both of the first two but since
these are the sports pages and we
4 have an, obligajion to tell you
about sports, blah, etc., etc., etc.,
we'll pretend you say C,
"Oh mah," says your date, ob-
viously destroyed by your powers
of intellect., "Whut makes you
say thet?"
And all you have to do is copy
down the rest of this, write up a
small synopsis, memorize it, and
throw it into her ears.
Item: Frank Maloney is offen-
sive line coach. First year at Mich-
igan as coach.
Item: Strong. Tackle: (The
Wolverines don't say left or right
s but rather strong and weak. By
this time your honey is totally en-
raptured and clutching your
,lapels.) Starting strong tackle will
be Bob 'Penksa a returning let-
terman with 298 playing minutes
last year making him the most
experienced returning lineman,
Maloney says of Penksa, '"He's
a solid, mechanically sound foot-
ball player. He makes very few
mistakes." Behind Penksa will be
Werner Hall, 6', 225 pound junior.
Item: Strong Guard: ("Hold
rie baby.") Bob Baumgartner will
be at the strong guard slot come=
Saturday afternoon. Baumgartner
has to play in the shadows of All-
Hartman out;
Imsland in
}ichigan ran through final
light workouts yesterday in pre-
paration for tomorrow's g a m e
with California at Michigan Stad-
ium. Head coach Bump Elliott said
that the practice was essentially
"a brush-up on various items,
things we feel will be important
Saturday."
Elliott indicated that the Wol-
aerines were physically ready for
alifornia. The only man not
starting due to injury is safety
Jerry Hartman. His place wilt be
filled by Bob Wedge.
The other change will be at split.
end. Jerry Imsland, who has been
practicing with the first string this
week, will start in place of Bill
Harris on Saturday. Imsland is
6'2", 210 pound junior and has
been alternating with Harris at
the end spot.
Elliott has only scheduled a
meeting for today, with a pos-
sible short, light workout,
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it to her on, the offensive line

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America Ray Phillips who starred
at left guard last year.
Baumgartner has shown "tre-
mendous improvement" according
to Maloney, as evidenced by his
winning the Meyer Morton spring
practice trophy for the most im-
proved player. Baumgartner is
also characterized by Maloney as
being "steadily reliable" and,
along with Penksa, a player of
"great attitude."
Richard Caldarazzo will fill in
for Baumgartner should evil:
tidings snicker up.
'Item: Center: ("Slush, spill,
drip, stain.") Dave Denzin gets to
show everybody if experience is
that important to making a good
lineman. He has almost no playing
experience and yet, he must step
into Joe Dayton's shoes as ball-
snapper. Maloney calls him one of
the most "hard working kids on
the whole team" and says he has
a "lot of desire."
Fred Simple will sub for Denzin

should the occasion arise. Sample's
a sophomore.
Item: Weak Guard: ("Honey,
you're the - smartest fella I've
ever . . . .") Stan Broadnax a
senior letterman, will handle weak
guard chores for the Wolverines.
He's the "quickest lineman we
have," in Maloney's words, and
he's also "reliable."
There are two possible back-up
men for Broadnax: one might
be Frank Titus and the other Joe
Kunsa. You never know about
these two.,
Item: Weak tackle: ("Is the
game over yet? Is it Sunday
yet?") Weak tackle is one of the
brightest spots on the line with
sophomore Dan Dierdorf drawing
high praise from his coach. "Dan's
an outstanding prospect," says
Maloney, "he's exceptionally ta-
lented. He has the potential of an
All-Ameriedn."
In case Dierdorf isn't quite that
polished, however, another talent-

ed sophomore, John Harpring,
will take over for him.
General picture: "We've nar-
rowed the gap quite a bit between'
our first and second lines," states
Maloney. We've brightened the
picture somewhat. We'll be better
than people are expecting us to
be. '
Anything else? "We've got great
attitude. That'll carry us through."
But this must all be conjecture
because, although we all know
that time is a continuqm and that,
we must merely cut acoss defined
lines of force to crack the, time
barrier, we still don't know what
Saturday will bring. ,t
Both' in regards to your honey
and the offensive line in Ma-
loney's words, "I'll know a lot.
more a week from now. -

W
x~etroit 99
.Baltimore 87
Boston 81
Cleveland 81
New, York 80
Oakland 77
Minnesota 73
California 66
Chicago 63
Washington 59
x-Clinched pennant.

L
54,
67
72
73
.73
76
80
88
90
93

.56
.47
.42

17
29
23
03
7
2
98

GB
18
181/
19
22
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33x
36
39:

xSt. Louis
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Chicago
Atlanta
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
New York
houston

W 'LPct. G
94 60 .610 -
83 71 .539 1
79 72 .5231
79 75 .513 1
78 76 .5061
75 77 .4931
72 81 .4712
70 83 .4582
68 85 .4442
68 86 .442 26

GB
11
13
15
16
18
21Y2
232
252

TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Washington, night
Oakland at Minnesota
Boston at New York, night
Baltimore at Chicago, night
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 6, New York 2
Washington at Cleveland, rain
Only games scheduled.

x-Cinched pennant.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Pittsburgh, night
Cincinnati at Huston, night
St. Louis at Los Angeles, night
Atlanta at San Francisco, night
New York at Philadelphia 2,
twi-night
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 11, St. Louis 5
Atlanta 4, Houston 1!
Cincinnati at Los Angeles
Only games scheduled

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Griadde Pickings
"So now, as I gaze back along that murky, dusky road of time,
back to those grim, stained mileposts that marked the passage of
my years, I can only, discern one regret within my heart. But that
regret is like Neptune in its majesty. Like Pluto in its depth. Like
sardines in its uncanniness.j
"Yes, you've guessed it. I never entered Gridde Pickings. I was
too proud. I thought I could get along without a chance at a Cottage
Inn pizza if I got my entry in by Friday at 8:00.
"But I was wrong, tragically wrong. And you see me here today,
a broken man.
"Now, as the light fades, I remember what my 'father, bless his
soul, repeated every night after dinner. 'Son,' he would say, 'if you
don't enter Gridde Pickings every chance you get, you're only hurting
,yourself.'
"You know'something? He was right, too."
(Consensus in Caps) 10. OKLAHOMA at Notre Dame
1. California at MICHIGAN 11. Duke at SOUTH CAROLINA
2. Northwestern at MIAMI, FLA. 12. Pittsburgh at UCLA
3. Kansas at ILLINOIS 13. Oklahoma State at
4. Baylor at INDIANA ARKANSAS
5. OREGON STATE at Iowya 14. SMU at AUBURN
6. SYRACUSE at Michigan State 15. TCU at GEORGIA TECH
7. SOUTHERN CAL at 16. MISSISSIPPI at Memphis St.
Minnesota 17. N.C. STATE at North Carolina
8, Wisconsin at ARIZONA 18. Navyat PENN STATE'
STATE 19. Houston at TEXAS
9. Virginia at PURDUE 20. Millsaps at SEWANEE
DAVID WEIR, Sports Editor -- Michigan, Miami of Fla., Illinois, Indiana,
Oregon State, Michigan State, Southern Cal, Arizona State, Purdue, Oklahoma,
South Carolina, UCLA, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, NC State,
Penn state, Texas, sewanee.
DOUG HELLER, Associate Sports Editor - California, Miami of Fla., Kansas,
Indiana, Oregon State, Syracuse, Southern Cal, Arizona State, Purdue, Okla-
homa, South Carolina, UCLA, Oklahoma state, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Missis-
sippi, N State,' Penn State, Houston, Sewanee. .
BOB LEES, Associate Sports Editor - Michigan, Miami of Fla., Illinois,
Indiana, Oregon State, Syracuse, Southern Cal, Arizona State, Purdue, Notre
Dame, South Carolina, UCLA, Arkansas, Auburn, TCU, Memphis St., NC State,
Penn State, Texas, Sewanee.
BILL LEVIS, Associate Sports Editor - Michigan, Miami of Fla., Illinois,
Indiana, Oregon State,, Syracuse, Southern Cal, Arizona State, Purdue, Notre
Dame, South Carolina, UCLA, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, NC
State, Penn State, Texas, Sewanee.I
GRAYLE HOWLETT, Guest Selector - California, Miami of Fla., Kansas,
Baylor, Oregon State, Michigan State, Southern Cal, Arizona State, Purdue,
Oklahoma, South Carolina, UCLA, Arkansas, SMU, Georgia Tech, Memphis St.,
NC State, Penn State, Texas, Sewanee.
F ____________________ _-___

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LAST CALL for Season Tickets

TV RENTALS
g1i FREE service

To Michigan's Six Home
ALL UNIVERSITY students and staff and the public
have their final opportunities to purch-ase season tickets to
watch the Wolverines in action six times this fall.
MICHIGAN'S TICKET OFFICE at 1000 5. State St. will
be open for season ticket purchdsers through Friday. The
hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MICHIGAN OPENS with California this Saturday. The
remainder of the schedule includes Navy's ambitious Mid-
dies (Oct. 5), Michigan State's Spartans (Oct. 12) and then
the homecoming contest and the battle for the Little Brown
Jug with Minnesota's title hopeful Gophers. Illinois (Nov.

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