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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY,,At

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Track Men

Open 22-Point Lead

,HANNOVER, Germany (P)-The
United States track and field team,
catapaulted by an astounding re-
lay anchor run by Robert Hayes,
rolled to a 64-42 margin over the
West German national team yes-
terday in the opener of their two-
day meet.
The American team, smarting
under what some members con-
sider unfortunate press criticism
of their behavior in Moscow, pour-
ed on the power against the young
German squad.
The Yankees won eight of the
10 events on the program, includ-
ing five one-two sweeps.
Two for Germans

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sweeping both one-two. Eleven
events will be run today.
Hayes, from Jacksonville, Fla.,
breezed to victory in the 100 me-
ters in 10.2 seconds before he un-
corked his relay leg.
In the 400-meter relay he took
the baton five yards behind Ger-
man anchor man Alfred Hebauff,
who ran :10.3 in the 100 for a sec-
ond, and steamrollered past him
to win by a hand.
The American team was timed in
39.7 seconds. Hayes Jones and
John Moon on the first two legs
opened a narrow lead on the Ger-
man team. But Paul Drayton lost
the lead and then made a poor
~pass to Hayes.
The burst down the stretch by
Hayes roused the crowd of about'
40,000 in this northern German
city. n

Germany's 19-year-old Harald
Norpoth was much too good in the
5,000 meters and led a one-two
German sweep in 14:04.2.
Hans Fahsl led the other Ger-
man sweep in the hammer throw
with a toss of 195 feet. George
Frenn of North Hollywood, Calif.,
was third and Humphreys, who
only entered the event to pick up
the one point for fourth place, fin-
ished last with a throw of 119-
61/.
Humphreys obviously k n e w
nothing about throwing the ham-
mer. But the German crowd en-

joyed his efforts and cheered him
loudly. He waved back happily
each time.
Harold Connolly, the world rec-
ord holder, left the team after
winning the event in Moscow.
Right Foot
The powerful American team
poured it on from the start.
Jones, a Detroit school teacher,
burst off the starting blocks in
the 110-meter high hurdles and
stretched out to a four-yard vic-
tory over American teammate
Braine Lindgren of Pasadena.
Jones was timed in :13.6.

John Pennel and John Uelses
added a one-two in the pole vault.
Pennel, from Miami, Fla., went
16-4%. Berlin-born Uelses jumped
15 feet for second place.
Henry Carr, the Arizona State
sprinter who holds the world rec-
ord for 200 meters, stepped up to
the 400 meters and won in :45.4.
It was announced as the best time
in the world this year and only
one-half a second off the world
mark.
Ralph Boston, who went 25-11%
and Darrell Horn, who went 25-9
added a one-two in the broad
jump.

Al-S tars Prepared for Green Bay

Wayne Plans
Gym, Pools
Construction
DETROIT-Wayne State Uni-
versity is proceeding with plans
for an All-Sports Building to be
built by late 1965, the Detroit
News reported last night.
". . . This building will be the
finest of its kind for the price in
the country," the News quoted Dr.
Richard Havel, director of the di-
vision of health and physical edu-
cation at Wayne, as saying.
One Story High
The building will be one story
high and will have a total floor
space of 93,600 feet. Inside Wayne
plans to house a basketball arena
with temporary seating for 3000,
two competitive size pools large
enough for water polo (45 by 60
feet) and two smaller gyms.
The building is expected to have
a total cost of $2.2 million of which
$1.8 million is for the actual con-
struction cost and the remaining
amount for the cost of site acquisi-
tion, planning, etc.
Students Pay
Financing for the building is not
unlike that proposed for Michi-
gan's projected basketball arena.
Wayne will float bonds which will
be retired by the revenue from
special student fees.
This fall Michigan students who
wish to attend football games will
have to pay a similar fee of $12
to be put in a building fund.
The building should be complet-
ed in plenty of time for the 1968
Olympics for which Detroit is ac-
tively bidding. Wayne is also pro-
-jecting other projects in line with
Detroit's bid. They are an Olympic
Village which will later be con-
verted to dormitories and a velo-
drome which would be converted
into a 10,000 seat football stadium.

LOST AND FOUND
TAKEN BY ERROR from Carrell 616 or
620 Main Library Tues., 3 p.m.-Black
clip-binder containing art history
thesis, with brown notebook. Return.
urgent, reward. 663-7772. A7
STOLEN - Vespa scooter Grand Sport,
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Police. A6
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approx. $850. Call Jerry, 8-6375. B17
MOBILE HOME-1960 model, 10x50 ft.,
side aisle, front kitchen, awning. Call
HU 2-4312, B18
VW LUGGAGE Rack, tarpaulin, $20. Call
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FOR RENT
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NEAR Mary Markley Hall--5 rm. furn'd.
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1873. C31
3-MAN APT. Completely furn'd. All
utilities paid. $50/man. 912 Mary. NO 3-
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FALL VACANCIES
APARTMENTS on campus from $95.
Duplex, unfurnished, on campus, $120.
Call for locations and descriptions.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT

CLASSIFIEDS

were doing and we didn't. We were
caught in such mental errors as
going the wrong way.
"But we have a fighting chance
and an all-out effort can make us
dangerous."
Tighter Defense
The All-Stars hope to have a
better umbrella against any show-
er of Packer Bart Starr passes
than they had with undersized de-
fensive backs last season.
The collegiate secondary will in-
clude 6-foot-4 Tommy Janik of
Texas A&I and 6-2 Larry Glueck
of Villanova at defensive backs
and 6-2 Lonnie Sanders, a Michi-
gan State end, and swift Kermit
Alexander, 5-11 UCLA halfbacks,
at the safeties.
The All-Stars came through
their three week drill in surpris-
ingly good" physical shape. End
Willie Richardson of Jackson
State and guard Don Chuy, 260-
pounder from Clemson, have leg
ailments, but should be able to
face the Packers.

As the All-Stars moved in from
t h e i r Northwestern University
base in Evanston, Ill., for the Sol-
dier Field workout, it was guessed
the starting collegiate offensive
backfield might include Rose Bowl
star Ron VanderKelen of Wiscon-
sin at quarterback; Larry Fergu-
son of Iowa at running halfback;
Northwestern's great pass receiver,
Paul Flatley, at flanker back; and
Nebraska's 212-pound Bill Thun-
der Thornton at fullback.
However, Heisman Trophy win-
ner Terry Baker of Oregon State,
Mississippi's able Glynn Griffing,
and 6' 7%" Sonny Gibbs of Texas
Christian are ready to handle the
important quarterback post.
The unsung heroes of a possible
upset may come from such defen-
sive collegiate stalwarts as 222-
pound Don Brumm of Purdue,
235-pound Fred Miller of Loui-
siana State, 254-pound Jim Dun-
away of Mississippi and 255-pound
Chuck Sieminski of Penn State,
playing a four-man "pro line."

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Indians Set Slugging Records

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3 or 4 persons. Some including elec-
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Whitemore Lake - Furnished home
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By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland
Indians hit seven home runs last
night, setting an American League
record and tying a major league
mark with four in a row, as theyL
pounded Los Angeles 1-0 and 9-5
in a twinight doubleheader.
Fred Whitfield slammed one in
each game, the winner in the
eighth inning of the opener and
a grand slam in the nightcap.
Pitcher Pete Ramos, winner of
the second game as he struck out
15 for the AL's season high, also
hit two homers. The Cuban right-
hander was tagged for 11 hits and
finally was replaced by Gary Bell
with one out and two on in the
ninth.
The four homers in succession
came in the sixth inning by Wood-
ie Held, Ramos, Tito Francona
and Larry Brown. The victim was
Paul Foytack, the third Angels
pitcher.
After Brown's first m a j o r
league homer sailed over the left
field fence, Los Angeles Manager
Bill Rigney walked out to the
Philadelphia
Puts Mahaf fey
Oan In jury List
PHILADELPHIA (R) - The
Philadelphia Phillies placed pitch-
er Art Mahaffey on the disabled
list yesterday. The big righthand-
er, out with a dislocated ankle, is
expected to be sidelined about four
to six weeks.
Mahaffey, a 19-game winner last
year, flew in yesterday from San
Francisco where he hurt himself
while on the mound in the seventh
inning of Tuesday night's game
with the Giants. He has a 6-10
season record.
The Phillies reportedly plan to
replace Mahaffey with pitcher
Bobby Locke of their Little Rock
farm in the International League.

mound shaking his head and sent
Foytack to the showers.
* * *
Better Late Than . .
NEW YORK - Tommy Tresh
smashed a home run with two out
in the bottom of the ninth inning
to give the New York Yankees a
3-2 victory yesterday and the rub-
ber of their three game series with
the Kansas City Athletics.
TedaBowsfield, ahleft-hander,
was on the mound for the Ath-
letics. He had replaced starter Di-
ego Segui in the sixth inning and.
had held the Yankees scoreless
until Tresh's game-winning blow.
Pleis Stars in Relief
BOSTON-Minnesota backed up
a fine relief effort by Bill Pleis
with a five-run outburst in the
seventh inning and grabbed a 9-5
decision over Boston yesterday.
Pleis took over for Bob Strange
in the fourth after the /Red Sox
had gone ahead 4-3. The 24-year-
old left-hander held Boston to
three hits the rest of the way,
running his record to 3-1.
Cousins and Then Some
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
Orioles continued their -mastery of
the Detroit 'Tigers last night as
Steve Barber won his 14th game,
outpitching Frank Lary for a 2-1
victory.
The victory gave Baltimore a
sweep of the three-game series
and 10 out of 12 against Detroit
over-all.
White Sox Win
WASHINGTON - Jim Landis'
two-run triple highlighted a four-
run fifth inning that powered the
Chicago White Sox to a 5-2 vic-
tory over the Washington Senators
last night.
Callison Breaks It Up
SAN FRANCISCO-Johnny Cal-
lison crashed a two-run homer in
the 14th inning after pitcher Bob
Bolin let in two runs on a throw-
ing error as Philadelphia stopped

San Francisco's nine-game win-
ning streak with a 7-3 victory.
The Phils had fought from be-
hind with two runĀ§ in the ninth
against 17-game winner 'Juan
Marichal and rode through extra
innings on the strong relief of
Jack Baldschun.
Streaks Stopped
ST. LOUIS - Left-hander Jim
O'Toole checked his six-game los-
ing streak and the Cincinnati Reds
snapped Bob Gibson's five-game
winning string last night with a
9-2 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals.
s s
Crowd Displeasers
MILWAUKEE-Ron Santo belt-
ed a two-run homer in the third
and contributed a decisive sacri-
fice fly in the ninth in boosting
the Chicago Cubs to a 3-2 victory
over the Milwaukee Braves last
night before a crowd of 27,919. It
was the second largest paid turn-
out at County Stadium this sea-
son.
Comeback
HOUSTON-The Pittsburgh Pi-
rates, blanked for six innings and
trailing 3-0, struck for four runs
in the seventh against Don Notte-
bart and reliever Hal Woodeshick
last night and went on to a 6-3
victory over the Houston Colts.
Major League
Standings

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 3, Kansas City 2
Minnesota 9, Boston 5
Chicago 5, Washington 2
Baltimore 2, Detroit 1
Cleveland 1, Los Angeles 0
Cleveland 9, Los Angeles 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Baltimore (n)
Only game scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
x-Los Angeles 63 42 .600
St. Louis 59 47 .557
San Francisco 60 48 .556
Chicago 56 48 .538
Cincinnati 57 51 .527
Philadelphia 57 51 .527
Milwaukee 54 53 .503
Pittsburgh 52 53 A495
Houston 41 67 .380
x-New York 33 72 .314
x-Played night games.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
Philadelphia 7, San Francisco 3
Cincinnati 9, St. Louis 2
Pittsburgh 6, Houston 3
Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Milwaukee (n)
Cincinnati at St. Louis
Onlygames scheduled

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