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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. AUGUST' 8.' 1962

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AJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
L.A. Takes Extra-Inning Win

Devmne Attacks Football's
New Substitution Rule

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Tommy Davis' 11th
inning leadoff homer on the 'first
pitch by reliever Lindy McDaniel
led league-leading Los Angeles to
a 3-1 triumph over the Chicago
Cubs yesterday, but Sandy Koufax
failed in his bid for his 19th vic-
tory and 11th shutout of the year
Ron Perranoski relieved Koufax
for the Dodgers in the 10th-when
Koufax was two outs away from
victory - and received credit for
winning the game.
The Dodger lefty, however,
struck out 11 batters in pitching
nine scoreless innings and tied the
National League record for three
consecutive 200-strikeout seasons.
He now has a total of 210 strike-
outs this year.
Tommy Davis hit McDaniel's
first pitch onto the left field cat-
walk for his 10th home run of the
year. The Dodgers added an in-
surance run when Willie Davis
beat out an infield single, stole
second, went to third on a single
by Al Ferrara and scored on a fly
ball by Mary Breeding.
It was the 11th victory for Per-
ranoski against two defeats.
* * *
Gloves Still Hot
DETROIT - Al Kaline greeted
relief ace Dick Radatz with the
three-run homer and lifted the
Detroit Tigers to a 5-4 victory over
the Boston Red Sox in a home
run battle yesterday.
The Tigers established a major
league record by playing their
12th straight game without mak-
ing an error. Cincinnati set the
former record in 1953.
.Bill Faul, with two hitless relief
innings, was the winning pitcher.
The loss was Boston's fifth
straight and 17th in 20 games.
* -*
Hits Cycle
NEW YORK - Third baseman
Jim Hickman made history for the
New York Mets yesterday when he
hit for the cycle-single, double,
triple and home run-in leading
his team to a 7-3 victory over the
St. Louis Cardinals at the Polo
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Grounds.
It was the first time
player had accomplishedf
in the club's two years<
tence.
* * *
Get Good Start

a Mets
the feat
of exis-

WASHINGTON - Joe Pepitone
and Elston Howard hit homers
and Bobby Richardson hit a base-
clearing double last night as the
N e w York Yankess battered
Washington 9-1.
Pepitone started the r o u t
against Steve Ridzik with his 20th
homer, a three-run blow, in the
first inning, and the Yanks were
off and running. With this kind
of a start, Al Downing had a
breeze in recording his eighth vic-
tory with a three-hitter, all
singles.
* * *
Won on Wild One
PHILADELPHIA-The winning
run scored on a wild pitch last
night as the Philadelphia Phillies
edged the Cincinnati Reds 2-1
and snapped Jim Maloney's win
streak at six.
Maloney, now 17-4, threw away
his own decision in the seventh
inning with a wild pitch that fol-
lowed singles by Tony Taylor and
Johnny Callison.
* * *
Power Wins
BALTIMORE - A two-run up-
rising in the third inning and
solo homers by Joe Azcue and Fred
Whitfield powered the Cleveland
Indians to a 4-1 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles last night.

The Indians, robbed of several
more runs by an alert Baltimore
defense, also numbered two dou-
bles among their seven hits to
help Jim Grant pick up his eighth
victory against 10 losses by check-
ing the Orioles on five hits.
* * * .
Another 'Wild' Win
PITTSBURGH-Reliever Frank
Funk, facing his first batter in
the last of the ninth inning,
heaved a wild pitch with two out
and the bases loaded and Bob
Bailey raced home with the win-
ning run as Pittsburgh edged Mil-
waukee 5-4 last night.
* * *
Ward Hero
KANSAS CITY -- Rookie Pete
Ward drove in three runs with
a homer and two singles last night
and triggered the Chicago White
Sox to a 7-3 victory over the Kan-
sas City Athletics.
Left-hander Juan Pizarro won
his 14th game, matching his pre-
vious season high, with help from
Jim Brosnan.
* * *
Fireman
HOUSTON-Houston relief ace
Hal Woodeshick, making his 40th
appearance, came on in the ninth
inning and threw a doubleplay
pitch, preserving the Colts 1-0
triumph over second-place San
Francisco last night.
The defeat dropped the Giants,
tied with St. Louis for second
place, six games behind the Na-
tional League leading Los Angeles
Dodgers.

HOUSTON, Tex. W-)-Dan De-
vine, Missouri's football coach, was
critical of the footja ll rules com-
mittee yesterday for devising a
rule "nobody understands."
The rule attacked by Devine
was that which allows unlimited
substitution on second and third
downs and restricts them on the
first and fourth-the downs nec-
essary to two-platoon football.
"In baseball it's three strikes
and you're out and the rules in
other sports are definite and
clear-cut," said Devine. "But it's
not that way with the football
rule that has just been devised.
It isn't generally understood by
the coaches and, on those parts
that are understood there is con-
fusion because of different inter-
pretations."

He added that "one conference
says you can down the ball and
get a time out. Another says you
can't. There must be a national
interpretation
Faul Donates
To Old College
CINCINNATI OP) - A former
University of Cincinnati baseball
star who made a quick jump from
the campus to the major leagues
made a $2000 gift yesterday to the
university.
Mrs. Mildred Paul of Pleasant
Plains, Ohio, mother of Pitcher
Bill Faul, said her son had asked
her to forward the check.

SPORTS SHORTS:
Unitas Signs Contract
After Three Week Wait

PERSONAL
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the new addition to their brood.
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By The Associated Press
WESTMINSTER, Md.-Quarter-
back John Unitas finally signed
his 1963 contract yesterday, near-
ly three weeks after the Baltimore
Colt training camp opened.
* * *
Williams Wins Two
SUNDSVALL, North Sweden --
Ulis Williams of Arizona State

MOVE FOR DIRECTED VERDICT:
Judge Post Article Libelious

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

w
70
62
63
60
54,
55
54
50
48
41

L
40
48
52
50
56
59
61
60
60
71

Pct. GB
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.564 8
.548 9/
.545 10
.491 16
.482 17
.470 18Y2
.454 20
.444 21
.366 30

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit'5, Boston 4
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 1
New York 9, Washington !
Chicago 7, Kansas City 3
Minnesota at Los Angeles (Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Washington
Boston at Detroit
Minnesota at Los Angeles
Chicago at Kansas City (n)
Cleveland at Baltimore (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Los Angeles
San Francisco
St. Louis
Chicago.
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Houston,
New York

W
68
63
63
58
61
60
57
55
44
35

L
43
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50
52
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57
56
70
77

Pct. GB
.613 -
.558 6
.558 6
.527 9%
.526 9%
.526 9%
.500 12
.495 13
.386 25/
.312 33Y2

ATLANTA (R) - A federal judge
said yesterday that a Saturday
Evening Post article charging a
football fix was libelous on its
face but he refused to direct a
verdict for Wally Butts, suing Post
publishers for $10 million because
of the article.
"I expect to charge the jury
that this article is libelous per se,"
said U.S. District Judge Lewis R.
Morgan. He told attorneys for
Butts that the jury must decide
whether the publishing firm, Cur-
tis Publishing Co., has proved the
article was true.
"The defendant has the burden
of proving the sting of the libel
was true and it is up to the jury
to decide," Morgan ruled.
Move for Direct Verdict
Attorneys for Butts moved for
a directed verdict immediately
after Curtis attorneys rested their
defense in an unexpected move.
Butts sued beewase of 6 Mabh
23 Post article which said he and
Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant of Ala-
bama rigged the 1962 Georgia-Ala-
bama game.
"They have not proven the truth
of these charges in any substan-
tial way at all," argued Allen
Lockerman, attorney for the 58-
year-old Butts who resigned Feb.
28 as Georgia athletic director aft-
er nearly 25 years of coaching
there.
Surprise Rest
There was only silence in the
packed courtroom when mild-man-
nered, balding Welborn B. Cody,
chief counsel for the Post, an-
nounced quietly:
"We rest, your honor."a
About two dozen newsmen came
to life, hastily scribbling notes and
waiting expectantly. The jury of
12 men and their two alternates
filed out before Lockerman began
arguing for a directed verdict.
Butts, wearing his customary
dark suit, sat at the counsel table,
chin resting on his hands. His
wife and three daughters sat im-
mediately behind him on one of
the hard benches as they have
done since the trial began Mon-
day.
Not Proven
Lockerman argued that the pub-
lishing firm had not proved in-
nuendos in the article which he
said "charges that the plaintiff
Butts did these things as a gam-
bling device."
He said the most that could be
said about what testimony had
been presented was that informa-
tion allegedly passed from Butts
to Bryant was helpful but did not
constitute a fix.
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Written testimony from the ar-
ticle's author, Frank Graham, Jr.
of Brooklyn, N.Y., was read into
the record by Lockerman and Wil-
liam H. Schroder, chief counsel for
Butts.
In the deposition, Graham told
of an Atlanta interview with insur-
ance salesman George P. Burnett
who testified he overheard Butts
giving Georgia football data to
Bryant in a long-distance, tele-
phone call last Sept. 13.
Writer Never Saw Notes
"He never had the notes .. . we
were never able to get them," Gra-
ham's testimony read. The notes,
which Burnett said he made while
listening to the telephone conver-
sation,. were in the hands of uni-
versity officials.
"I never got them," Graham
said the deposition.
"I had to depend on the recol-
lection of Burnett, Flack and How-
ard-what Burnett told them."
This referred to Milton Flack,
business associate of Burnett, and
attorney Pierre Howard, who rep-
resented Burnett.
Graham said in the deposition
that Sports Editor Furman Bish-
er of the Atlanta Journal contact-
ed Post officials about the story
or or, about Feb. 25 while on a
trip to New York.
Bisher To Help
Graham said he already had
been assigned to the story. He said
Bisher was to help.
"He would complete the investi-
gation. He would send me mater-
ial."
Later, according to Graham,
Bisher telephoned with quotes from
Georgia players, trainer Sam Rich-
wine and coach Johnny Griffith.
Final witness for the publishing
firm was Georgia end coach Le-
roy Pearce, who said if Alabama
had secret information about
Georgia, it was not apparent in
the game. He narrated films of
the game for the jury.
"I think they ran anywhere they
wanted to," was Pearce's reply
when asked if it appeared that
Alabama shunned one Georgia
tackle.
Rissmiller Praised
The tackle, Ray Rissmiller, al-
legedly was described as "greatest
in history" in notes which an At-
lanta insurance salesman said he
took while listening to a Butts-
Bryant telephone conversation.
The notes, introduced in evi-
dence, have been the center of
testimony by Curtis witnesses. In-
surance salesman George P. Bur-
nett said he made the notes after
accidentally intercepting a call
from Butts to Bryant last Sept. 13,
nine days before the controversial
game.
Notes Helpful
Pearce, head coach Johnny
Griffith and offensive backfield
coach Frank Inman of Georgia all
testified that if the information
contained in the notes was given
to Bryant, it would have been
helpful in preparing for defense
against Georgia.

The notes described Georgia's
two basic playing formations for
that game, the coaches said.
"If Alabama was taking this in-
formation and relying on it, they
did not indicate they were relying
on this information, did they?"
Pearce was asked on cross-exami-
nation.
."No sir," the coach said.
Movie Time
Pearce showed films of the first.
and fourth quarters of the game
which Alabama won 35-0. Heavy,
gold draperies in the high-ceiling
courtroom were drawn, leaving the
room pitch dark for the showing
of the film. About 200 spectators
filled the courtroom.
"Did Alabama direct running
plays away from Rissmiller?"
Pearce was asked.
"I think they ran anywhere
they wanted to."
End Mickey Babb, described as
Georgia's best pass receiver, al-
legedly wascmentionedin the
notes as catching everything
thrown by his quarterback.
Q.: "Babb was in position to
catch many passes . . . but he
dropped some, didn't he?"
A.: "He had several chances to
catch it and he dropped it."
Q.: "The reason he dropped it
was not because he was well de-
fended against but because he
couldn't hold on to.it?"
A.: "Yes sir."
Pearce testified that the first
time Georgia used some of its
formations or plays described in
the notes, the plays were success-
ful though not for long yardage.

University won both the 200 and
400-meter runs yesterday at an
international track and field meet.
Williams, a member of the U.S.
national meet that just completed
a four-meet tour of Europe, won
the 200 in 21.5 seconds and the
400 in 46.8.
* * *
Froehling Off Well
BALTIMORE - Top - seeded
Frank Froehling of Coral Gables,
Fla., opened his bid to regain the
Middle Atlantic Invitation Grass
Courts Tennis Championship yes-
terday with a 6-3, 6-3 first-round
victory over Lee Fentress of New
Orleans.
Froehling, who won the title in
1961 and then passed up the tour-
ney last year, gained a - second
round berth in today's play against
Clay Primrose of Jackson, Miss,
Primrose eliminated Norm Perry
of Los Angeles, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in a
mild upset.
Phillies Rehire Quinn
PHILADELPHIA-Bob Carpen-
ter, owner of the Philadelphia
Phillies, indicated yesterday the
contract of General Manager and
Vice President John Quinn would
be renewed.
"I didn't know I had to rehire
him," said Carpenter when asked
about the 'status of Quinn, whose
five-year contract expires Jan. 13,
1964.
Only Tuesday, the Phillies an-
nounced t h a t Manager Gene
Mauch had been given a new two-
year contract which will retain
him through the 1965 season.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1 (11 inn)
New York 7, St. Louis 3
Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee 4
Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 1
Houston 1, San Francisco 0
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York
Los Angeles at Chicago
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (n)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (n)
Only games scheduled
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BERMUDA
SHORTS
Boy's . . . . . $1.69
Men's .... $2.49
White and Colors
SLEEPING BAGS

THE DASCOLA1
Near Michigan

BARBERS
Theatre

Have You paid for your Doily yet this
summer? Pay quickly or your credits
will be withheld.

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NO 2-3241

420 Maynard

HONDA of Ann Arbor
""960Packard Road
665-9281
Z2
BARGAIN CORNER

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