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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

SATURDAY, Al

FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, A

AJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

Cubs Edge Giants in 10th

VanderKelen Leads
Stars to 20-17 Upset

NEEth

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Jim Schaeffer's
two-out single in the 10th inning
scored Ron Santo and gave the
Chicago Cubs a 12-11 victory over
the San Francisco Giants yester-
day after a six-run Cub rally in
the eighth had tied the score.
* * *
Roberts Whips Yanks
NEW YORK - Robin Roberts
given his unconditional release by
the New York Yankees early last
season, beat his old mates for the
third straight time last night,
pitching Baltimore past the Yanks,
5-3'.

* * *

'

Maloney Wins 17th
CINCINNATI - Cincinnati
right-hander Jim Maloney post-
ed his 17th victory with a four-
hitter and Vada Pinson cracked a
three-run homer that provided all
Ma League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE-

New York
x-Chicago
Baltimore
Minnesota
Boston
Cleveland
x-Los Angeles
Kansas City
Detroit x
Washington
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the runs in the Reds' 3-0 triumph
over Pittsburgh last night. 1
Cards Take Second
ST. LOUIS - Ray Sadecki, aid-
ed by a spectacular eighth inning'
defensive play, pitched thesSt.
Louis Cardinals into sole posses-
sion of second place in the Nation-
al League with a 3-2 victory over
the Philadelphia Phillies last
night.
S* * *
Twins Club A's
KANSAS CITY - The Minne-
sota Twins. overwhelmed the Kan-
sas City Athletics, 10-3. last night
on Camilo Pascual's strong pitch-
ing and the long ball hitting of
Jim Hall and Rich Rollins.
* * * '
Nats Beat Radatz
WASHINGTON - The Wash-;
ington Senators, the only team to
beat Dick Radatz this year, hand-
ed the Boston relief star his sec-
ond defeat, 4-3, in the second
game of a twi-night 'doublehead-
er last night.
Earl Wilson pitched a six-hit
shut-out and hit a three-run
homer, first for a Boston pitcher
this season, as the Red Sox won
the opener, 5-0.
Detroit Holds On
DETROIT-Detroit built a 10-2
lead with three homers and two
big rallies, then withstood a
Cleveland counterattack for a 10-9
victory over the Indians last night.
Rocky Colavito, who accounted
for three big Detroit runs with
his 17th homer in the seventh,
prevented Cleveland from tying
-the score with a spectacular catch
and strong throw to the plate
FROEHLING, TOO:
Ashe Ousted
In 'Tourney
f
By The Associated Press
SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. - Ar-
thur Ashe, the first Negro named
to a U. S. Days Cup team, was elm-
inated yesterday from the Eastern
Grass Court Tennis champion.
ships along with top-seeded Frank
Froehling and two-time former
Wimbledon queen Maria Bueno of
Brazil.
A s h e, seventh-seeded from
Richmond, Va., lost to third-seed-
ed Gene Scott, St. James, N. Y.,
3-6, 6-3, 8-6, in the quarter-finals.
WIMBLEDON, England-Bobby
Wilson and Mike Sangster out-
lasted Jan-Erik Luunquist and Ulf
Schmidt yesterday in a marathon
doubles match that gave England
a 2-1 lead ove( Sweden in the final
round of the European Zone Davis
Cup tennis competition.

during the Indians' seven-run out-
burst in the eighth.
Farrell Stops LA
HOUSTON-The Houston Colts,
operating behind the steady pitch-
ing of Dick Farrell, lopped a full
game off Los Angeles' National
League lead last night, beating the
Dodgers, 4-1.
The loss, the sixth in eight
games for the slumping Dodgers,
cut the Dodger lead to 3/z games.
* * *
Mets Gain Split
MILWAUKEE - The New York
Mets rammed in two runs in the
11th inning of the nightcap last
night and salvaged a split in a
doubleheader with the Milwaukee
Braves, 3n2.
The Braves bombed out an 8-0
first game decision.

MINNESOTA, ILLINOIS:
Big Ten Press Boxes
Among Warst in Land

CHICAGO (/P) -- The deadly
passing of Ron VanderKelen and
the unerring toe of Bob Jencks
gave the College All-Stars a stun-
ning 20-17 victory last night over
the Green Bay Packers, National
Football League champions the
last two years.,
The Packers were favored to win
by two touchdowns, but with their
Golden Boy, Paul Hornung, under
suspension for betting on games,
they showed only in spurts the
flash that made them the league's
best.
Going into the final period with
the score tied at 10-10, the All-
Stars first forged ahead 13-10 on
a 33-yard field goal by Jencks, an
end from Miami, Ohio, and then
sewed it up when VanderKelen
passed from the collegiate 27 to
his former teammate at Wiscon-

sin, Pat Richter, who went all the
way to score.
Packers Stopped
The All-Stars moved 61 yards in
nine plays to Green Bay's 27 and
Jencks kicked a 33-yard field goal
for a 13-10 All-Star lead. The All-,
Stars rose to great defensive
heights after Packer Eliajah Pitts
galloped 43 to the College 43. ,
LSU's Fred Miller, Arkansas'
Brabham and Minnesota's Bobby
Bell sifted through to make key
tackles and the Packer's Jerry
Kramer then failed on a 37-yard
field goal.
The All-Stars wrapped it up
with dramatic suddenness as Van-
derKelen returned to the game
and completed a 73-yard scoring
pass to his Wisconsin mate, Rich-
ter, and Jencks converted for a
20-10 collegiate lead with about
three minutes left.
The Packers scored with six sec-
onds left on Taylor's one yard
plunge, but the pro champions lost
20-17.
Crowd Like It
The crowd of 65,000 at Soldier
Field went wild when the final
gun sounded and the Collegians
had scored their first victory over
the professional champions since
1958. Last year, the Packers won,
42-20.-
The game started off as if the
Packers would make mincemeat
of the collegians. Boyd Dowler got
off a terrific punt to the All-Star
eight and then Willie Davis re-
covered Larry Ferguson's fumble
on the 12., Bart Starr passed al-
most 10 yai'ds to Tom Moore.
Rule Blasts 61
To Take Lead
ST. PAUL (P) - Jack Rule,
former Iowa star seeking.his first
professional victory, got a strong
grip on the $35,000 St. Paul Open
Golf Tournament yesterday with
a sensational 11-under-par 61.
The 24-year-old Rule's second
day performance broke the tour-
hey record of 62 shared by three
players.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 10, Kansas City 3
Detroit 10, Cleveland 9
Baltimore 5, New York 3
Boston 5-3, Washington 0-4
Chicago at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Detroit
Baltimore at New York
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
Minnesota at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Washington

PERSONAL
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DEAR CH,
Since incoming freshmen don't
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like a blazer or a beanie, how can one
distinguish them from ''the upper-
classmen?
Dear Charlie,
There are three infallible signs-
The yellow orientation folder,
tendency to travel in herds,
and perfect attendance of eight
o'clocks.

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - The Big Ten was-
honored by the Football Writers
Association of America yesterday
claiming two places among the
five schools with the worst press
boxes in the country.
Minnesota and Illinois were
both designated in the select
group along with Holy Cross, Cal-
ifornia and Crump Stadium of
Memphis.
* * * .
Basketball Games Longer
CHICAGO - Coach Ray Eddy
of Purdue told the annual fall
meeting of the U. S. Basketball
Writers Association yesterday
that the new rule st6pping the
clock on the whistle will extend
the average time of a college game
three to four minutes.
* * *
AAU Blasted Again
CHICAGO - The president of.
the National Collegiate Athletic
Assdciation fired another volley
at the National AAU yesterday as

he lauded America's school-college
athletic system as "the finest in
the world."
Addressing the annual meeting
of the Football Writers of Amer-
ica, Robert F. Ray, \also Iowa fac-
ulty representative in the Big Ten,
asserted:
"Apparently only the AAU is
unwilling to recognize the import-
ance of the school-college system."
The AAU' with "antiquated ma-
chinery," Ray said, has built a
wall around "its creaking mon-
opoly."
The NCAA-backed federations
in track and field, basketball and
gymnastics, long have feuded with
the AAU over control of those
sports at the national and inter-
national Level.
After predicting ,that mush-
rooming college enrollments will
d e m a n d academically-superior
athletes, Ray climaxed his talk
with sharp criticism of the AAU,
but urged the AAU to join the
federation movement.

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Los Angeles 64 43 .598
St. Louis ' 61 47 .565
San Francisco 60 48 .556
Chicago 57 49 .528
~Cincinnati 58 52 .527
Philadelphia 56,52 .520
Milwaukee 55 55 .500
Pittsburgh' 52 54 .491
Houston 42 67 .385
New York 34 74 .315
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 12, Chicago 11.
Milwaukee 8-2, New York 0-3
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2
Houston 4, Los Angeles 1
Cincinnati-3, Pittsburgh 0
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Milwaukee
Philadephia at St. Louis
San Francisco at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at Houston (n)

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LONDON (P) - The U. S. trackv
team, a little travel-weary, goes
against a lightly regarded British
squad today and Monday in the
wind-up of its overseas tour.
The Americans came here
straight from Hannover, Germany,
where' they demolished a . good
young West German team, 141-82,
Wednesday and Thursday, about
as lop-sided a score as possible in
these international contests.
There will be 20 men's events
and 11 for women in the meet
here, spread over the two days,
with scores segregated by sexes.
Most of the American squad
that squeaked through in Moscow
and swamped the Polish team in
Warsaw will-be on hand, although
there are some important names
among the missing.
'While Hal's Away ...
One is Harold Connolly in the
hammer throw, and the British
have a good chance in that event
today.
The six-mile run is about the

only other event on the opening
day card that seems safely in the
British column. The American
boys should take all the rest, de-
spite their travel legs.
The powerful American team
has flirted with world records
along the way, but only John Pen-
nel in the pole vault has managed
to set one. He went 16'8%" in
Warsaw.
Reports Fullmer
To Win or Retire
WEST JORDAN, Utah (IP) -
Middleweight Gene Fullmer will
quit the ring if he loses to cham-
pion Dick Tiger in their Aug. 10
bout in Ibadan, Nigeria, his wife
Delores said yesterday.
"Gene told me that if he loses
he definitely will retire," said Mrs.
Fullmer.

Bob Hayes, the Jacksonville,
Fla., sprinter whose relay leg in
the 400-meter relay in Germany
was probably the greatest 100
meters ever run,, will confine his
efforts here to the 100 yards and
the relay. He doubled in the 200
meters at Hannover.
Henry Carr, who ran a spectacu-
lar :45.4 in the 400 in Germany
and did :44.3 on his relay leg; will
drop back to 220 with Ulis Wil-
liams, his Arizona State team-
mate ,resuming his quarter-mile
post.
Williams was saved out of the
400 in Germany to keep him fresh
for a world record try in the 1600-
meter relay, but the near-sighted
Arizona State sprinter mistook the
marking of the second lane for the
inside rail and ran about six yards
too far.
The American foursome still
clocked 3:02.8, six-tenths dff the
world mark.
Metcalfe in Duel.
Britain's Adrian Metcalfe, who
oddly enough rejected an athletic
scholarship to Arizona State, will
face Williams in the 440.
Metcalfe was quoted in his re-
jection as saying that Oxford, his
school, was in operation when the
people who currently populate
Arizona still were in the trees.
The Williams-Metcalfe duel is
scheduled as the final event on
today's card.

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NO 2-4466
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Henry 0. Yoder, Pastor

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Dr. Hoover Rupert, Minister
Rev. M. Jean Robe and
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"Grand Slam," sermon by Mr. Cowing.
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1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
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GAMMA DELTA cost-supper and program at
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7:00 p.m. Dr. Patrick Murray
Theology of Paul Tillich.

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Rev. James Middleton, Minister
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