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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Yanliee's Ford Shut sout Baltimore, 2-0

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from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M Monday threugh Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

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By The Associated Press
YORK --- Whitey Ford
his 41st shutout of his
at the slumping Baltimore
yesterday, beating the

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the White Sox.
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e victory was the second in
sion over .the Orioles and
ased therYankees' winning
kt to six straight. The three-
series will be concluded to-
vith right-hander Jim Bouton
he Yankees opposing Oriole
paw Steve Barber.
rd treated the crowd of 26,476
ie of his finest pitching per-
ances of the year. He struck
lve to take over the league's
eout leadership with 110.
ey did not issue a walk as
utpitched his rival, Dave Mc-
', and recorded his 12th
iph of the campaign against
two losses.
* * *
)STON-Dick Stuart belted
three-run homers and Arnold
v scattered four hits, leading
Boston Red Sox to an 11-2
ry over the Chicago White
last night.
e victory broke an eight-game
g streak for Boston against

KANSAS CITY-Relief pitcher
Wes Stock scored the winning run
and gained his 13th straight vic-
tory as Kansas City defeated
Cleveland 5-3 in the first game of
a twi-night doubleheader yester-
day.
Stock, who hasn't lost since
July, 1962, relieved Orlando Pena
in the sixth inning after Bob
Chance singled across two runs
with two out. Stock struck out

Chicago Cubs to defeat the New
York Mets 3-2.
The Mets, going down to their
second straight defeat since their
surprising doubleheader sweep of
the Cincinnati Reds Sunday, help-
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Tito Francona for the final out.
PITTSBURGH - Jerry Lynch
slammed a three-run homer and
Bob Friend scattered seven singles
as Pittsburgh defeated Philadel-
phia 3-0 last night, handing the
second place Phillies their sixth
loss in the last seven games..
Lynch, a left-handed swinger,
hit a Jim Bunning pitch far over
the left center field wall with
Manny Mota and Roberto Clemen-
te on base in the fourth inning.
* * *
CHICAGO-Lew Burdette, who
earns his living on the mound,
paid extra dividends yesterday
with a home ,run that enabled the

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Baltimore 52
Chicago 50
x-Minnesota 46
x-Detroit 44
Boston 42
x-Los Angeles 42
x-Cleveland 37
x-Kansas City 33
x-Washington 34
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 5, Detroit 4 (2nd inc)
Kansas City 5, Cleveland 3 (2nd inc)
New York 2, Baltimore 0
Boston 11, Chicago 2
Washington at Minnesota (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at New York (n)
Cleveland at Kansas City
Washington at Minnesota
Chicago at Boston
Only games scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE

ed the Chicago cause with some
shoddy fielding.
* *. *
LOS ANGELES - Lou Clinton
and Felix Torres lashed home
runs yesterday and led the Los
Angeles to a 5-4 victory over De-
troit in the first game of a twi-
night doubleheader.
CINCINNATI-Marty Keough's
two-run homer in the sixth inning
carried Cincinnati to a 2-1 tri-
umph over Houston last night.
Keough connected off Dick Far-
rell after Pete Rose led off the
inning with a single.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-Ron Fairly slam-
med two homers and drove in five
runs, powering the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 13-3 walloping of St.
Louis that ended the Cardinals'
winning streak at five.
Willie Davis and Tommy Davis
also homered for the Dodgers in
support of rookie Larry Miller,
who posted his first major league
victory.
Nclaus
Takes PGC A
Drive Title
COLUMBUS, Ohio (P) - Jack
Nicklaus has taken his first step
toward retaining his PGA cham-
pionship. The 24-year-old belter
kept his PGA. driving champion-
ship yesterday.
Nicklaus, who last year won the
pre-PGA tournament contest with
a record drive of 341 yards, 1 foot,
5 inches and went on to win the
PGA title in Dallas, topped 21
pros with a blast of 320 yards, 1
foot, 111/2 inches.

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ICK PROBLEMS
)'Hara Withdraws From
.S.-USSR Track Meet

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Philadelphia
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
x-Milwaukee
Los Angeles
Chicago
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New York'

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By The Associated Press
W YORK--Tom O'Hara, the
y little redhead from Chica-
ho captured the track fan-
f the nation with his suc-,
ul but unorthodox running
at the premier distance of
aile, has withdrawn from the
team that will meet Russia 's
n Los Angeles July 25-26.
iara, who set an indoor rec-
3:56.4 during the winter and
an American record 3:38.1
vinning the National AAU
pionship at New Brunswick,
three weeks ago, was quoted
an Ferris as saying he pre-
I to stay in Chicago where
ather suffered a heart attack
weeks ago.,
Kara, along with lean Dryol
son of Oregon, qualified for
D.8. team that will face\ the
t Union's top track and field
tes in this Olympic year.
lara, a 135-pounder who says
rains on "Mom's Irish cook-
was unbeaten during the
r season, but won only one
Lght outdoof meetings with
'son.
gether they formed probably,
est one-two punch the Unit-
tates ever has had in the,
meters, the so-called metric'
going into the Olympic com-
ions.
ey were expected to sweep the
two places against the Rus-!

sians. O'Hara will be replaced on
the U.S. team against Russia by
Jim Grelle, said Ferris, secretary
emeritus of the Amateur Ath-
letic tinion.
O'Hara said he has taken a
job.

x-Game incomplete.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 0
Chicago 3, New York 2
Cincinnati 2, Houston 1
Los Angeles 13, St. Louis 3
San Francisco at Milwaukee (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at Cincinnati (n)
San Franciscoat Milwaukee
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (n)
New York at Chicago
Los Angeles at St. Louis (n)

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call
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Gopher Golfer Outs Publinx Medalist

Also other studio,
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MINNEAPOLIS ;(R) -- In two
great rallies, 19-year-old Jim Carl-
son of Hopkins, MInn., knocked
off the medalist and Hawaii's No.
1 player yesterday to advance
to the third round in the Na-
tional Public Links Golf Tourna-
ment.
The bespectacled University of
Minnesota sophomore, who won
the Minnesota state junior ama-
teur title last year, elimnated
Steve Oppermann of San Fran-
cisco in a 19-hole first-round,
thriller.
Then he defeated Gregory Di-
kilato of Kailua Oahu, Hawaii 1
up in the afternoon.
Oppermann, the current West-
ern amateur and California state
champion, and public links run-
ner-up last year, won medalist
honors with 70-65-135 over the
6,593-yard par 35-35--70 Francis
Gross course.

Carlson, an economics major,
was two down after the first nine
against Oppermann and one down
after winning the 15th with a
seven-foot birdie putt. He gained
a one up lead on the 17th when
Oppermann was trapped and bo-
gied.
But the 22-year-old San Fran-
ciscan pulled even at 18 with a
par four when Carlson hit the
sand and three-putted from 45
feet for a double-bogey six.
On the 356-yard 19th, Opper-
mann's pitch from the rough was
short and his chip was 15 feet
from the cup. Carlson was on in
two, after coming out of the
rough, and cinched his par while
his opponent missed his putt and
took a five, ending the match.
Carlson was one up on ]iki-
lato with a first nine 35, but traps
cost him the next two holes. The
Islander went two up with a five-

[cKinley Advances into Quarterfinals
'f Clay Courts Tennis Championships

Foot birdie putt on 12. Carlson
won 14 with a birdie but Dikilato
again went two up with a stand-
ard four at 15 while Carlson three-
putted. I
Rally
Carlson then rallied to win the
last three holes with a 13-foot
birdie putt on 16, a regulation
three on 17 and an 18-foot birdie
tap on 18, closing with 35 for a
70. Dikilato had 72.
"My driver was my big weap-
on," said the broad-shouldered
blond Carlson. "I had been push-
ing my shots. But last night pro
Lies Bolstad changed my grip
slightly and my movement on the
downswing. I got back in the
groove just in time."
The double round yesterday
trimmed the field to 16 survivors.
Iwo more rounds today will set
up the 36-hole semifinals tomor-
-ow leading to the 36-hole cham-
pionship match Saturday.
There were' no other double
upsets during the double round
although defending champion
3obby Lunn of San Francisco came
close to tasting defeat near sun-
down. He was carried to the 19th
hole before defeating a seven-
foot putt after chipping on the
19th green but rammed in the
butt for a par four. Arakawa's
chip was nine feet away and he
nissed, taking a five.
Extra Holes
There were extra hole match-
?s during the day, the longest the
?4-hole battle, one short of the
meet record, before. Bob Hawkins
f Tacoma Park, Md., defeated
Hubert Farmer of Toledo in the
first round.
The biggest victory margins were
registered by Foster Bradley of
Santa Monica, Calif., with a 7
and 6 decision over Gary Boback
of Erie, Pa., in the first round,
md by Pfc. Dennis Murphy of
Anchorage, Alaska, with a 7 and
6 triumph over Tom Balliet of
Pontiac, Mich., in the . second
round. Bradley was eliminated in
the second session by Clarence
Yee of Honolulu.
Thirteen other matches were not
:decided until the final green.

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IVER FOREST, Ill. (P)-Fa-
d Chuck McKinley easily
pt into the quarter-finals but
iur Ashe, Negro star from
GA, was upset in third-round
i of the National Clay Courts
nis Tournament yesterday.
she, sixth-seeded in this tour-
and also sixth-ranked nation-
was eliminated by South Af-
's Abe Segal, 6-1, 6-4.
he 36-year-old Segal, spotting
ears in age, took advantage of
e's mistakes against his south-
play and wrapped up the
ch by breaking Ashe's serves
e in the second set."
nother Davis Cupper, Frank
ehling of Miami, Fla., also ad-
cpd to today's quarter-finals
' a 7-5, 6-3 victory over Ron-
Fischer, Houston, Tex., and
e University star.
Ralston Wins Too
ennis Ralston of Bakersfield,
., No. 2 seed who teamed with
Cinley to wrest the Davis Cup

from Australia last year, gained
the quarter-finals with a 6-1, 6-3
triumph over Chicago's Grant
Golden.
Young Charles Pasarell of
Puerto Rico, sixth seeded, staged
a fine comeback to win his third-
round match.
Pasarell, defeated Chile's No. 1
player, Patricia Rodriquez, 10-8,
6-2. Down five games to two in
the first set, Pasarell, No. 1 on the
junior Davis Cup team last year,
rallied by winning four straight
games in his eventual 10-8 deci-
sion.
Top-seeded McKinley, from San
Antonio, Tex., and favored to cap-
ture his third straight clay courts
crown, toyed with William Bond,
University of Arizona star from
La Jolla, Calif., for a 6-2, 6-0
triumph.
Serve Wins
McKinley's powerful serve and

devastating forehand kept Bond
off balance i'epeatedly.
Today McKinley meets Pasarell
in a key quarter-final match of
the upper bracket.
Fourth-seeded Martin Riessen,
Northwestern University D a v i s
Cupper, won his third round
match from Herbert Fitzgibbon,
Princeton star from Garden City,
N.Y., 6-2, 6-4.
India's Prmjit Lall, No. 2 for-
eign seeded entry, eliminated
young George Sokol of Bryn Mawr,
Pa., 6-3, 6-2, to gain the upper
bracket quarter-final round.
Reaching the lower bracket
quarterfinals, Mike Belkin of
Miami, Fla., a junior Davis Cup-
per, ousted seventh-ranked James
McManus, University of California
player from Berkeley, 6-1, 6-4, in
a mild upset.
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(forfeit)
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Gashers 17, Education 5
AFIT 14, Economics 6
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