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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VflTTR TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

AJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

FRAULIENS DO IT THIS TIME:
U.S. Women's Track Team Fails Again

Hit

Spree

Burys

Tigers

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By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
Orioles buried the Detroit Tigers
9-0 under an avalanche of 18 hits
last night, and pitcher Milt Pap-
pas added insult to injury by
stopping Detroit on four hits.
Brooks Robinson hit a two-run
homer in the second inning off
Tiger starter Hank Aguirre to
start the rout. The Orioles third
baseman also collected two sin-
gles off reliever Bob Anderson and
wound up with four runs batted
in.
Al Smith, who had been out
with a muscle pull in his back,
banged out four hits in his return
to the line-up. Joe Gaines had
three hits and three other Orioles
had two apiece.
Pappas struck out five and
didn't alow a runner past second
base as he hurled his second
straight shutout and fourth of the
season. It was the ninth complete
game for Pappas, who upped his
record to 10-5.
* * *
Blanchard Opens Gates
NEW YORK-John Blanchard
returned to action after a five-day
bout with bronchitis and hit the
first pitch for a tie-breaking
All-Stars
.Elect Budde,
Jordan Boss'

single as the New York Yankeesl
rallied for four runs in the
eighth and beat the Kansas City
Athletics 6-2 last night.
Blanchard got his key 'hit
against Moe Drabowsky after a
single by Tom Tresh, a wild pitch
and a walk to Elston Howard. His
liner to right broke a 2-2 tie, and
the Yanks poured in three more
runs as the Kansas City defense
collapsed. Clete Boyer bounced a
bases-loaded single through a
drawn-in infield for two more
runs and the sixth scored on a
wild pitch by reliever John Wyatt.
DeBusschere's Second
WASHINGTON -Mike Hersh-
berger's two-run single and three-
run homer by Jim Lemon power-
ed the Chicago White Sox to a
5-1 victory over the Washington
Senators last night.
The Senators threatened only in
the ninth inning after young Dave
DeBusschere was one out away
from pitching his first shutout and
first complete game in the majors.
Singles by Chuck Cottier and Jim
King plus an error by Nellie Fox
on Chuck Hinton's grounder
chased DeBusschere.
Jim Brosnan came on and
struck out Larry Osborne to pre-
serve DeBusschere's second victory
against four defeats. He beat
the Senators two weeks ago for
his first big league victory.
W(ertz Delivers

hit off Ted Abernathy with two
out in the top of the 10th after
a double by Felix Torres and an
intentional walk to Leon Wagner.
* * *
Early Assault
MILWAUKEE-Home runs by
Lee Maye, Eddie Mathews and
Denis Menke sparked an early
assault which gave the Milwaukee
Braves a 9-2 victory over the
Chicago Cubs last night.
Hank Fischer held the Cubs to
six hits, including Steve Boros'
first National League homer.
The Braves drove former team-
mate Bob Buhl out of the box be-
fore a man was retired in the
third inning and continued their
attack against Glen Hobbie, who
went the rest of the way.
Relief Man
ST. LOUIS-Ernie Broglio, de-
moted to the bullpen, held Cin-
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

cinnati to one run in 6% innings
of relief work last night and the
St. Louis Cardinals fought back
for a 7-5 victory over the Reds.
Broglio, 11-7 for the season,
took over after Lew Burdette was
bombed for four runs in the first
inning. Broglio struck out seven.
Bobby Shantz rescued -Broglio
with two on and one out in the
eighth.

By The Associated Press
BRUNSWICK, Germany - West
Germany's women swept eight of
11 events yesterday and trounced
the touring American team in an
international track and field meet.
It was the third straight rout
for the American girls who were
beaten by the Russians and Poles
at Moscow and Warsaw.
The only American victories
were scored by Edith McGuire of
Tennessee State in the 100 meter
dash in 11.6 seconds; Willye White
of Chicago in the broad jump, 20
feet, 91/2 inches, and Elizabeth

Montgomery of Cleveland in the
high jump, 5-7%.
Records Fall Short
Although the visitors set Ameri-
can citizens' records in the 80-
meter hurdles and 400 and 800
meter runs, the Germans won
those races, 'finishing 1-2 in the
hurdles. The Germans also swept
the first two places in the discus,
shot put and javelin.
The Germans were led by Olym-
pian Jutta Heine, who finished
second in the 100, won the 200,
and anchored the winning 400
meter relay team which nipped

L.A.'s Roebuck Swapped to Washington;
Says Leaving Alston Like Leaving Prison

New York
Chicago
Baltimore
Minnesota
Boston,
Los Angeles
Cleveland
Kansas City
Detroit
Washington

W
65
58
59
56
53
53
51
48
43
37

L
37
46
49
49
50
56
55
56
58
67

Pet. GB
.637 -
.558 8
.546 9
.533 102
.514 12%/
.486 15%/
.481 16
.462 18
.426 21
.355 29

CHICAGO (P) - Ed Budde of
richigan State and Lee Roy Jor-
an of Alabama were named co-
aptains of the College All-Stars
esterday for the Green Bay game
riday night.
The two were selected by their,
ammates.
Head Coach Otto Graham was
leased by the selections and said
hey have been among the hard-
t working men in camp. I'm sure
udde and Jordan will give us the
adership we need against the
ackers."
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IN A HURRY??
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BOSTON-Vetern Vic Wertz de-
livered a bases-loaded pinch sin-
gle that ignited a five-run sixth
inning rally and gave Minnesota
a 6-3 victory over Boston yester-
day.
Wertz's hit, a line drive barely
fair down the third baseline, came
off reliever Jack Lamabe and tied
the score 3-3. Another run came
in on a wild pitch and Don Minch-
er later singled for two more off
Wilbur Wood.
The Red Sox, getting to Twins
starter Jim Kaat early, had a 3-0
lead after three innings, but lost
the sting in their bats afterward.
Boston managed to hit only two
balls out of the infield after the
third as Bill Dailey pitched the
last four innings for Minnesota
and picked up his third victory
against two losses.
* * *
Six Straight
CLEVELAND - Ken Hunt sin-
gled across the clinching run in
the 10th inning last night, giving
the Los Angeles Angels their fifth
straight victory, a 6-4 triumph
over the Cleveland Indians.
Hunt stroked his tie-breaking

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Kansas City 2
Chicago 5, Washington 0
Baltimore 9, Detroit 0
Minnesota 6, Boston 3,
Los Angeles 6, Cleveland 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at New York
Chicago at Washington (n)
Minnesota at Boston
Detroit at Baltimore (n)
Los Angeles at Cleveland (2, t-n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
x-Los Angeles 63 41 .606 -
x-San Francisco 59 46 .562 4 2
St. Louis 59 46 .562 4Y
Chicago 55 48 .534 7/
Cincinnati 56 51 .523 812
x-Philadelphia 55 50 .524 8/
Milwaukee 54 52 .508 10
x-Pittsburgh 50 53 .485 122
x-Houston 41 65 .387 23
x-New York 32 72 .308 31
x-Played night games.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York at Los Angeles (Inc)
Philadelphia at San Francisco (Inc)
St. Louis 7, Cincinnati 5
Chicago 12, Milwaukee 9
Pittsburgh at Houston (Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Philadelphia at San Francisco
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)
Pittsburgh at Houston (n)
Chicago at Milwaukee (n)

LOS ANGELES (P) -- A bitter_
Ed Roebuck flung a parting blast
at Dodger Manager Walter Alston
yesterday as the veteran relief
pitcher prepared to move to the
Washington Senators.
Ball players usually wait a while
before popping off when they're
swapped to another club. But not
Roebuck. He zeroed on Alston as
soon as the Dodgers announced
that he was going to Washington
in exchange for infielder Marv
Breeding.
Parole
"I'm sort of sad to leave," he
began. "But in another way it's
like getting out of prison-getting
away from Alston."
The 32-year-old right-hander,
known as a quiet type, sounded
more hurt than angry as he said,
"I think the Dodgers will win the
pennant in spite of Alston."
Asked to explain his beef with
the longtime Dodger pilot, Roe-
'KILL THE UMP':
KILT EIMVenezuelans
Take Fan's
Plea Serlius
CARACAS (IP)-Venezuelans re-
turned to the baseball field yes-
terday after a 15-day umpires
strike in protest against the slay-
ing of an umpire.
The umpires association walked
out, demanding better police pro-
tection and a ban on liquor sales
during baseball games.,
Two weeks ago an ux pire was
shot to death on the field by an
off-duty policeman, who had been
drinking and was a fan of the los-
ing team.

buck said it was just a case of poor
treatment, adding:
"The first part of the year it
was Roebuck every day. Then they
didn't use me for two or three
weeks-sort of sluffed me aside.
And nobody said a word.
Laurel Resting
Roebuck suggested that either
Alston or pitching coach Joe Beck-
er might have said something to
this effect: "Look, you did a job

for us last year so just.don't worry
about it."
Alston said he couldn't recall
either the situation or the circum-
stances. He was characteristically
mild-mannered and brief in his ap-
praisal of the trade.
"Roebuck's been with the club
a long time," he said. "But you
can't get something without giv-
ing up something. I was always
able to get along with Roebuck."

the Americans in an almost dead
heat. Each team was clocked in,
:45.9. The long-legged German
'beauty was timed in :11.7 in the
100 and :24.1 in the 200. Vivian
Brown of Cleveland was second
in the 200 in :24.6.
Improvement on Moscow
Tamara Davis of Frederick, Md.,
set the American record of 11
seconds flat in the 80-meter hur-
dles in finishing third behind Ger-
many's Erika Fisch and Inge
Scheel, eac htimed in :10.8.
Suzanne Knott of Columbus,
Ohio, was clocked in :56.3 in cap-
turing second in the ,400 behind
Germany's Helga Henning, :54.6.
In the 800, Sandra Knott of
Cleveland lowered the American
citizens' standard to 2:09.7 in los-
ing a close race to Germany's
Anita Woerner, who was timed in
2:09.2.
Germany's Marlene Klein won
two medals by winning the shot
put with a throw of 51 feet, 5
inches and taking second in the
discus behind her winning team-
mate Kriemhild Hausman. Miss
Hausman tossed the plate 167 feet,
% inch..
Anneliese Gerhard of Germany
won the javelin throw with 174-3.
Different City
Different Day
HANNOVER, Germany - The
United States men's track team, in
high gear after a smashing vic-
tory over Poland last week, meets
a well-balanced German sduad to-
day and tomorrow with at least
two world records in danger.
On form, the Americans may
take 16 or 17 of the 21 events in
this northern German industrial
city of 600,000. Crowds of 30,000
are expected each day.
The American team is aiming
to top the 130 point level they beat,
Poland 125-83 in 20 events.
A world record is possible in
the 400 meters where Arizona
State's Henry Carr, winner at 200
meters in Moscow and Warsaw,
will run.

r.>-

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (P) -
Billie Jean Moffitt, the Wimbledon
runner-up, and Brazilian Davis
Cupper Ronnie Barnes were upset
yesterday in the second round of
the Eastern Grass Courts Tennis
Championships;
Miss Moffitt, of Long Beach,
Calif., third-seeded here, lost to
Judy Alvarez of Tampa, Fla., 0-6,
6-1, 6-3.
Barnes, second seeded among
the men, was eliminated by Carlk
Graebner of Lakewood, Ohio, 6-3,
6-3.
Top-seeded Frank Froehling, of
the U.S. Davis Cup squad, also
seemed on the verge of defeat, but
the lanky slugger from Coral Ga-
bles, Fla., survived one match point
and eliminated Alexander Wood of
South Africa 3-6, 6-4, 8-6.
Third-seeded Gene Scott
fourth-seeded Marty Riessen and
seventh-seeded Arthur Ashe also.
advanced.
Scott, of St. James, N.Y., rallied
to oust Dave Sanderlin of Los An-
geles 8-6, 3-6, 6-1. Riessen, of
Hinsdale, Ill., and a Northwestern
teammate of Graebner, disposed of

Moffitt, Barnes Upset
In Grass Courts Tennis

48-year-old Gardner Mulloy
New York, 6-3, 6-4.

of

Ashe, of Los Angeles, powered
his big serve past Herb FitzGib-
bons of Garden City, N.Y., 6-3, 6-3.
Wilmbledon queen Margaret
Smith of Australia, top-seeded
among the women, breezed past
Roberta Rountree of San Mateo;
Calif., 6-1, 6-1 and secondrseeded
Darlene Hard of Long Beach,
Calif. ousted Tory Ann Fretz of
Harrisburg, Pa., 8-6, 6-4.

Carr did the distance in the re-
lay in Moscow in 44.8 seconds,
one-tenth of a second below the
world mark.
A duel between Carr and his
Arizona State teammate, Ulis Wil-
liams, will not materialize. Wil-
liams, who won the 400 meters in
Moscow and Warsaw, will be held
out of the event and saved for the
relay where the Americans also
will threaten a world mark.
The 1,600-meter relay record is
3:02.2, set by the U.S. team at the
Rome Olympics in 1960.
The U.S. squad here probably
will be Williams, Rex Cawley, Les-
ter Milburn and Carr. Milburn will
run with Carr in the 400 and Caw-
ley in the 400 hurdles.
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