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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1963

FflTITL THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1963

Georgia Coach, Griffith, Claims
Notes Included All Formations

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ATLANTA VP)-Georgia football
Coach Johnny Griffith testified
yesterday that information alleg-
edly passed to a rival coach- dis-
closed the only two playing for-
mations employed by his squad in
their 1962 opener against Ala-
bama.
Griffith took the stand as a wit-
ness for Curtis Publishing Co., in
its defense against a $10 million
libel suit by Wally Butts, former
Georgia athletic director. The Sat-
urday Evening Post, published by
Curtis, has charged thatrButts
gave Georgia football secrets to
Coach Paul Bryant to Alabama.
Griffith was questioned about
notes allegedly taken by an insur-
ance salesman who said he over-
heard Butts give information to
Bryant in a telephone conversa-
tion last September.
Buttsonian
Some of the terminology in the
notes was that used by Butts dur-

ing his coaching career at Geor-
gia, Griffith said.
However, on cross-examination
the coach said a description for
one of the plays involved was used
during his first year as head coach
in 1961. He also testified that
neither of the two formations
were new but that both had been
employed in previous seasons.
Griffith said in his opinion it
would be helpful to an opponent to
know that Georgia would use only
the two formations described in
the notes.
Unprepared

Butts'
Schroder
testimony
that the
prepared
Alabama.

attorney, William H.
Jr., attacked Griffith's
in an attempt to show
Georgia team was not
for the game against

Going over the scoring plays-
Alabama won 35-0-Griffith ad-
mitted that the first three touch-
downs were scored because of er-

rors or weakness on the part of
Georgia players.
"I didn't think we played well,'
Griffith said.
Griffith testified that some of
the notes meant nothing to him
some of them were not important
and others were not true. He also
denied several quotations attribut-
ed to him in the magazine article.
Add Lines
"I made the statement that I
figured somebody had been giving
information to Alabama," Griffith
said. But he denied a quote from
the Post which said:
"We had no idea it was Wally
Butts."
During the game, Griffith said
some of his players said the Ala-
bama men knew what plays Geor-
gia was running and "were even
calling out our plays and what
we're going to do."
However, he said Georgia did
not have a play called "88-pop"
which the Post said was yelled
out by Alabama players.
Plays Not Set
He said the final game plan for
the Alabama game was not de-
cided on until Sept. 17, five days
after the allegedly intercepted
Butts-Bryant call.
Griffith said that if Alabama
scouted Georgia, then Bryant
would know Georgia had used the
two formations.
He said 80 per cent of the plays
during the game were called by
the Georgia coaching staff.
Earlier, Welborn B. Cody, At-
lanta attorney for Curtis, said he
could prove that Butts made nu-
merous calls to persons engaged
in gambling.
Griffith said, under questioning
by Schroder, who went into detail
about formations and plays, that
any number of plays could be run
from his two formations.

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READY FOR TIGER:
Fuilm1er Finishes
Heavy Preparation

THE 76ERS:
.Name New
NBA Entry
PHILADELPHIA (P) - The new
Philadelphia team in the National
Basketball Association will be
known as the Philadelphia 76ers.
Irv Kosloff, club president, said
the nickname was selected from
4,000 entries
Walter Stalberg, a quality con-
trol statistician, was the contest
winner, earning an all-expense
paid trip for two to San Francisco.
Stalberg said his reason for
76ers was:
"No athletic team has ever paid
tribute to the gallant men who
forged this country's independ-
ence, and certainly, Philadelphia,
Shrine of Liberty, should do so."

Han'num
Will Head
arriors
SAN FRANCISCO (P)-The San
Francisco Warriors named Alex
Hannum yesterday as head coach.
Hannum coached the Syracuse
Nationals in the National Basket-
ball Association the past three
seasons.
Hannum replaces Bob Feerick,
who becomes general manager.
Hannum, a 1955 Southern Cali-
fornia graduate, played with a
number of NBA teams and won
the Western Division title as
player-coach with the St. Louis
Hawks in 1956-57.

IBADAN, Nigeria (R) - Brawny
Gene Fullmer finished h e a v y
training yesterday for his title
fight with middleweight champion
Dick Tiger Saturday by boxing
three spirited rounds with Milo
Savage, his Utah sparring partner.
Some 300 fans cheered the Ameri-
can challenger after the workout.
The former champion from
West Jordan, Utah, and Tiger, the
pride and joy of Nigeria, will meet
for the third time in a 15-rounder
at Ibadan's Liberty Stadium.
"What's impressed me most
about Nigeria is the hospitality
and friendliness of the people,"
said Fullmer after the drill in the
Ibadan University gym.
He said a partisan crowd would
not upset him, adding:
"But from what I have seen I
Jones Leads
Trackmen
1 t j
Ith ouble
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (R) -
Hayes Jones, the American hurdl-
ing champion from Detroit, scored
a sprint and hurdling double yes-
terday in pacing the touring Yanks
to five victories in an international
track and field meet in the Olym-
pic Stadium.
Jones won the 100-meter dash
in 10.5 seconds and then captured
his specialty, the 110-meter hur-
dles, in 14.1.
Other United States triumphs
were scored by Harold Connolly of
Boston in the hammer throw, 220
feet; by his wife, Olympian Olga
Fitkatova Connolly, in the discus,
155'3"; and by Ron Morris of Los
Angeles in the pole vault, 16'4".
Jeff Fishback of San Jose State
was fourth in the 3,000-meter
steeplechase which was won by
Belgian Gaston Roelants in the
fast time of 8:31.2. Fishback's
time was 8:55.4.
Jim Allen of Seattle took fourth
in the 400-meter run with a time
of 47.5 seconds. The event was
won by Belgium's Jacques Penne-
waert in 47.2 seconds.

think there is going to be a lot
of people pulling for me Satur-
day.
"Nigerians have been clamoring
for this fight and I think they are
going all out to make it a good
show," said Fullmer.
"Their rules are slightly differ-
ent, but I do not think they will
make them too tough for me to
follow."

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-George Smith, play-
ing his second major league game,
banged out two doubles and a
triple and drove in three runs as
the Detroit Tigers walloped the
Boston Red Sox 10-1 last night
and set an American League rec-
ord of 11 straight errorless games.
Veteran Frank Lary, in trouble
in nearly every inning, labored to
his second victory since returning
from the minors last month.
The Tigers also tied a major
league record by playing their 11th
consecutive game without an er-
ror. The Baltimore Orioles set the
former American League mark of
10 straight errorless games in
1962 and Cincinnati Reds estab-
lished the National Record in 1953.
The Tigers hanged out 16 hits
off loser Earl Wilson and two suc-
cessors. Rocky Colavito drove in
three runs with- a single in the
first and a two-run homer in the
eighth. Lary helped himsel- with
two singles and a perfect squeeze
bunt, driving in two runs. Bill
Freehan had three singles.
* * *
Dodgers and Ducks
CHICAGO - Shortstop Maury
Wills stroked four straight hits in
powering the league-leading Los
Angeles Dodgers and Don Drys-
dale to a 4-1 rain-spattered vic-
tory over the Chicago Cubs yes-
terday..
Drysdale won his 14th with a
six-hitter as Larry Jackson went
down to his 10th defeat.
Wills was the batting star with
three singles and a double in the
Dodgers' 10-hit attack. He opened
the game with a single, scored the
first run and knocked in the last
run with a seventh-inning single.
* * *
Yanks Split
WASHINGTON-Stan Williams
tossed a brilliant one-hit, 1-0
shutout at the Washington Sen-
ators last night, enabling the New
York Yankees to split a double-
header after the Senators had
bombed Whitey Ford with four
home runs and handed him his
third straight loss in the opener,
8-5.

Williams, who last went the dis-
tance April 14 in his first start
with the Yankees, struck out 11
and walked one. The lone hit off
the hulking, former Los Angeles
Dodger was Don Blasingame's
double down the left field line in
the third inning. He was the only
Senator to go as far as second.
Williams, who retired the last
19 to face him after Blasingame
doubled, now has a 5-3 record.
Daniels is 3-8.
In the opener, light-hitting
Chuck Cottier hit two homers off
Ford and drove in four runs as
the Senators extended their win-
ning string to four straight.
* * *
Seventh Inning Stretch
PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh
broke up a scoreless pitching duel
between the Pirates' Don Card-
well and Denny Lemaster of Mil-
waukee with a three-run outburst
in the seventh inning and beat the
Braves 3-0 last night.
Cardwell, who had checked the
Braves on three hits going into
the ninth, needed relief help from
Al McBean after Hank Aaron led
off with a single and walked Joe
Torre.
Major League
Standings

McBean tossed two doubleplay
pitches, one to Gene Oliver that
the Pirates muffed and one to
Denis Menke that ended the game.
* * *
Gentile Ungentle
BALTIMORE-Jim Gentile, de-
posed Baltimore clean-up hitter,
knocked in four runs with a pair
of homers and powered the Orioles
to a 6-4 victory over the Cleve-
land Indians last night.
The big first baseman's three-
run homer capped a five-run first
inning rally as Cleveland starter
Barry Latman failed to retire any
of the five batters he faced. Gen-
tile's leadoff homer in the sixth
off Pete Ramos was the only other
hit allowed by three Indian relief
pitchers.
* *; *
Jay Jolted
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Phillies hammered Cin-
cinnati's Joey Jay for six doubles
and a triple in a 7-1 victory over
the Reds last night in the second
game of a doubleheader.
The Reds won the opener 6-4
when an error and a wild pitch
by ace Philadelphia reliever Jack
Baldschun led to two runs in the
10th inning.
Lefty Dennis Bennett won the
second game, pitching his first
complete game since coming off
the injured list
Johnny Callison, with three
doubles; Tony Taylor, with a tri-
ple, double and single, and Wes
Covington with a double and sin-
gle and two runs batted in lower-
ed the boom on Jay as the Phil-
lies remained one game behind
the Reds in the battle for fifth
place in the National League.
* . .
Counts Anyway
NEW YORK - The St. Louis
Cardinals, making the most of

some scratch hits, Met mental
lapses and sacrifice flies, built up
a three-run edge and then held
off the scrambling New Yorkers
4-3: last night.
The Cards, who banged out 11
hits,. got their first run on a
fielder's choice when Stan Musial
beat a throw to first on a poten-
tial double play grounder and
their second on a wild pitch. The
third was set up on a wild pitch
and the fourth was moved into
scoring position by a base on balls.
Frank Thomas singled in a Met
run in the first, Ron Hunt drove
in the fifth inning run with a
sacrifice fly and Duke Carmel
singled in another in the sixth.
s :
Attention Triandos
KANSAS CITY - Pinch-hitter
George Alusik rapped a ninth in-
ning single, giving Kansas City a
4-3 victory over Chicago last night
after the tie-breaking run had
reached first on a dropped third
strike.
With knuckleball specialist Hoyt
Wilhelm pitching for the White
Sox and his regular catcher, J. C.
Martin on the bench, Camilo Car-
reon was unable to hold a third
strike on Gino Cimoli and the A's
outfielder raced to first base on
the passed ball. A wild pitch got
him to second and Alusik brought
him home with a single off Jim
Brosnan.
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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NewYork 69 40 .633
Chicago 61 48 .560
Baltimore 63 51 .552
x-Minnesota 59 50 .541
Boston 54 55 .496:
Cleveland 54 59 .478:
x-Los Angeles 54 60 .474
Kansas City 50 59 .459
Detroit 47 60 .439
Washington 41 70 .369
x-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 1, Washington 0
Washington 8, New York 5
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 4
Detroit 10, Boston 1
Kansas City 4, Chicago 3
Minnesota at Los Angeles (Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Washington (n)
Chicago at Kansas City (n)
Cleveland at Baltimore (n)
Boston at Detroit
Minnesota at Los Angeles (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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San Francisco at Houston (inc)
Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 4
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