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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Sacrifice Fly Lifts
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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - George Thomas'
sacrifice fly in the seventh in-
ning broke a 3-3 tie last night
and pointed the Detroit Tigers
to a 6-3 triumph over the Chi-
cago White Sox.
Thomas' sacrifice drove in Bill
Freehan with the tie-breaking run
after a two-run homer by Gates
Brown had tied it for the Tigers
in the sixth.
* * *
MILWAUKEE - Denis Menke's
two-out bases-loaded single de-
livered two runs in the seventh
inning and helped the Milwaukee
Braves edge the Cincinnati Reds
3-2 last night.
* * *
WASHINGTON - Chuck Hin-
ton's three run homer in the fifth
inning off rookie Luis Tiant gave
the Washington Senators a 4-3
victory over Cleveland last night
and handed the young Cuban
pitcher his first major league de-
feat.
Tiant, who blanked the New
York Yankees and held the Boston
Red Sox to one run in his first
two starts,had a no-hitter going
for 4 2-3 innings.
SOFTBALL SCORES
(Playoff0
Psychology "C" 11, Univ. Hosp.
9
Dents 0, Gashers 0 (Reschedul-
ed for tonight)
AAWUPuts
Ban on Colts
OAKLAND, Calif. ') - The
Oakland Tribune, in a copyright
story, said yesterday the Balti-
more Colts of the National Foot-
ball League "have been made per-
sonna non grata on every cam-
pus of the Athletic Association
of Western Universities."
In the story by sports writer
Ed Schoenfeld, the Tribune said
the coaches recommended the ac
tion after the Colts this ;spring
signed Washington State fullback
Herm McKee who had a year of
eligibility remaining.
"The coast coaches took a heat-
ed stand against the NFL club
during the AAWU spring meeting
in Seattle," the Tribune said, add-
ing, "during the same meeting, the
athletic directors ordered Execu-
tive Director Tom Hamilton to no-
tify the Colts and NFL Commis-
sioner Pete Rozelle of the con-
ference stand."
Asked about the story Hamil-
ton said "no comment," Rozelle
said it was a "club matter." A
spokesman ;or the Colts declared
"our relations with the colleges
have always been fine." He had
no further comment.,
Although McKee was drafted in
1962, he still had eligibility re-
maining. Under draft rules, a play-
er becomes eligible to be drafted
by a pro club when the class
with which he started college grad-
uates.
The Tribune said Coach Bert
Clark of Washington State term-
ed the signing of McKee "a breach
of the code of ethics which the
pro leagues have been trying to
maintain with the colleges"
In addition to Washington State,
schools in the AAWU are UCLA,
California, Stanford, Oregon, Ore-
gon State, Washington and USC.

NEW YORK - Don Dry
pitching with a hairline fra
of his right thumb, held the
York Mets to seven hits and
ed his fourth shutout of the
son as the Los Angeles Do
blanked New York 9-0 last nig
The Dodgers hopped on
starter Jack Fisher for five
in the third inning and coast
the rest of the way. Ron M
homered for two runs in the
enth and then doubled two
home in the eighth.
« « «
PHILADELPHIA-Gus Tria
first home run in three mc
pointed Philadelphia to a 4-0
tory over San Francisco last i
boosting the Phillies' Nat
League lead to 1% games.
Slim Jim Bunning had a
hitter through 5 1-3 innings,
had to have relief from
Baldschun when he weaken
the ninth.
* * *
KANSAS CITY-Orando I
battered for 11 runs in his
appearance, made an emer
start for the Kansas Cty
letics-last night and turned
brilliant perfoirme As th
defeated the Bostonned Sox
CHICAGO-A two-run hom
Mike Shannon and a tripi
Curt Flood *hich scored two
runs were the key blows in a
run St. Louis explosion which
the Cardinals a 12-7 victor
10 innings over the Chicago
yesterday.
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL--
lo versalles cracked two ,
runs, his mates added two
and the Minnesota Twins, lose
14 of their last 16, powered
way to a 7-4 triumph over
timore last night.
Versalles led off the fifth
his 12th homer of the season
added his 13th as the first b
in the eighth.
-
Major Leagu(
Standings
AMEICAN LAGUE.
Wd' L Pet.'
x-New York 60 36 .625
Baltimore 6 9.66
Chicago S5e,3' , "
x-Los Angeles 53 51 .510
Boston50 2 .490
MyIn nesota 49= 1 401
Detroit 49 52 .485
Cleveland 43 55i .49
Kansas City 39 61 .390
Washington 39 65 .375
.Playedigt game.
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
Washingto 4, Cleveland 3
Kansas Cty 2, Boston 1
Minnesota , Baltimore 4
Detroit 6, Chicago a
New ~York at Los Angeles (Int)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Washington (t)
Baltimore at Minnesota (n)
Chicago at Detroit (n)
Boston at Kansas city (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet
Philadelphia 57 40 .596
San Incisco 7 5 43 .570
Cincinnati 5 46 .4s.
Pittsburgh 50 44 .532
St. Louis 51 48 .515
Milwau e " 1 48??.515
LosAngeles 94 49 .500
Chicago 48 49 .495
Houston 45 55 .450
New York 30 71 .298
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 12, Chicago 7
Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 0
Los Angeles 9, New York 0
Milwaukee 3, Cincinnati 2
Houston at Pittsburgh (ppd., ra
TODAY'S AMES
st. Louis at Chicago
".Cincinnati at Milwaukee
Los Angeles at New York (n)
san Francisco at Philadelphia (
f Houston at Pittsburgh (n)

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NBA Widens Key Area
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CINCINNATI (A) - Members of
the Board of Governors of the
National Basketball Association
wouldn't say it in so many words,
but they took at least temporary
steps yesterday to help the little
man and relieve jamming in the
free throw lanes.
They voted to give a trial to
the idea of widening the free throw
lanes from 12 to 16 feet.
NBA President J. Walter Ken-
nedy said it will be tried in ex-
hibition and regular league games
until the league's mid-December
meeting, when a decision will be
made as to whether it is to be
permanent.
The idea, as expressed unoffi-
cially by observers, was that it
would open up the offense, give
the smaller man a better chance
to score and might' reduce the
domination of the big man.
Surgeons Fix
Wims Back

It will mean the area in wl
the three-second rule is in effe
increased from 12 to 16 feet,
ducing more room for manew
ing under the basket.
The NBA governors also cor
ered possible league expansion
the belief was expressed the
rent nine-team league will be
creased to 10 teams by the i
of the 1965-66 season.
Kennedy said the governors
cussed possible new franchise
Pittsburgh, Chicago, Cleveh
Kansas City, Houston, Dallas
San Diego.
He said the board directed
he and its expansion committe
into proposals from the variou
ties between now and the star
the coming season with the'.
of coming up with. firm proposE

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"The idea is to go to
team league," he said, "ar
hope it will. be with the stF
the 1.965-66 season."
Another decision con
teams with a draft choice
an Olympic team member. I
player can be carried as a
fra _rnIr -,.,aff_. * la

BOSTON (JP)-Ted Williams un-'
derwent back surgery at New Eng-

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