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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 91 19+81

PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAiLY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9.1961

Bunning Blanks Chicago

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STANDOUT TACKLE:

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Michigan Grid Prospect Dies

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Right-hander Jim
Bunning, backed by Norm Cash's
28th home run, hurled the second-
place Detroit Tigers to a 3-0 vic-
tory over the Chicago White Sox
last night before a crowd of 32,518.
Bunning recorded his 13th vic-
tory against eight defeats. He has
won eight of his last 10 decisions
while pitching his sixth complete
game in the same span. He yielded
four hits and never was in diffi-
culty once Cash staked him to a
1-0 lead in the fourth inning with
an, upper-deck homer.
Second baseman Jake Wood col-
lected five hits in Detroit's 11-hit
attack. Leadoff doubles by Chico
Fernandez in the seventh inning
and Al Kaline in the eighth blos-
somed into Detroit's other runs
with Wood and Cash taking turns
singling the runners home.
* * *
Cards 6, Reds 5
ST. LOUIS-Ken Boyer hit his
second home run of the game and
his 17th of the year in the ninth
inning and gave the St. Louis
Cardinals a 6-5 victory over the
Cincinnati Reds.
It was a tough loss for the Reds,
who trailed the league-leading Los
Angeles Dodgers by six percentage
points going into the game. Bob
Purkey was the victim of Boyer's
blasts, absorbing his sixth loss
against 13 victories.
Purkey, who went all the way,
contributed a home run to the
Reds' eleven hit attack. Jerry
Lynch and Vada Pinson also
Fist-Swinging
Erupts After
Collision Play
PHILADELPHIA (A) - The
Philadelphia Phillies and the
Pittsburgh Pirates last night en-
gaged in one of the wildest base-
ball games seen in the major
leagues in niany years
It appeared that everybody in
uniform on both sides - includ-
ing the bullpen squatters - were
in on the fist-slinging. It lasted
fully 10 minutes.
It all started at the end of the
six inning. The Pirates were lead-
ing 2-1 at the time. With two out,
the Phillies' Clay Dalrymple singl-
ed and Tony Gonzalez tried to
score from second. He was thrown
out, Roberto Clemente to catcher
Hal Smith, who fell on Gonzalez-
and both players came up with
fists swinging.
Both dugouts erupted with play-
ers, coaches and rival managers
Danny Murtaugh and Gene
Mauch. Players came rushing in
from their respective bullpens -
and nobody was holding back.
There were at least seven dif-
ferent fights .going on - Don
Hoak had. hold of Pancho Her-
rera; Don Leppert and Lee Walls
squared off; Elmer Valo was let-
ting fly in all directions and big
Frank Sullivan took on squatty
Ron Northy.
When the umpires finally re-
stored order - with the help of
six Philadelphia policemen, Phil-
lies' manager Mauch officially pro-
tested the game - because Smith
had not been put out by plate
umpire Frank Secory.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
New York 73 37 .664 -
Detroit 70 40 .636 3
Baltimore 63 50 .558 11%
Cleveland 58 54 .518 16

Chicago 46 55 .505 1712
Boston 54 61 .470 211
Los Angeles 47 63 .427 26
Washington 46 62 .426 26
Minnesota 47 64 .423 26%
Kansas City 41 69 .373 32
YESTERDAY'S. RESULTS
New York 5, Los Angeles 4 (10 Inn.)
Detroit 3, Chicago 0
Baltimore 7-5, Kansas City 0-6
Cleveland ~6, Washington 5 (10 Inn.)
Minnesota 6, Boston 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles (Bowsfield 8-3) at New
York (Coates 7-3)
Detroit (Lary 15-6) at Chicago (Mc-
Lish 7-10) (n)
Minnesota (Kralick 10-7) at Boston
(Conley 5-10) (n)
Kansas City (Walker 4-8) at Balti-
more (Hall 5-4) (n)
Washington (Hobaugh 6-6 or Dono-
van 78) at Cleveland (Hawkins
5-8) (i)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

homered for the Reds and Bill
White had the Cards' third round-
tripper.
Lindy McDaniel, who relieved
starter Ernie Broglio in the sixth
inning, yielded only one run,
Lynch's homer, in a good relief
stint than ran his record to 8-5.
* * *

Lumpe and a walk set the stage
for Sullivan.
Kansas City's other runs scored
in the fifth. Norm Siebern's lead-
off homer snapped Brown's score-
less inning streak at 36, and the
A's added two more unearned runs
after an error by shortstop Ron
Hansen.

Phillip Garrison, a top Michigan
football prospect, was killed Mon-
day night when the car he was
driving went out of control andI
Von Saiza

pinned him beneath it on West
Huron River Drive.
Wolverine wrestler Karl Fink.
and classmates Michael Morrison,
from Kalamazoo, and Carl Quarn-
strom, from Escanaba, were in-
jured slightly in the mishaps. They
were treated for cuts and bruises
at University Hospital and re-

ing. staff. He was an extremely
fine boy, popular with everyone
Who knew him. Aside from the
deep sense of personal loss, he was
a fine football player and would
have been a standout tackle this
fall. We had been counting on
him. All of us wish to express the
deepest sympathy to his parents."

Yanks 5, Angels 41In thtne opener, Baroer uriea his
NEW YORK-A leadoff double sixth shutout, tops in the majors,
by Tony Kubek and a single by and third against Kansas City. He
Roger Maris brought New York a faced only 29 batters, two over the
5-4, 10th-inning victory over the minimum, as four double plays
Los Angeles Angels as the Yankees wiped out Kansas City base run-
won their sixth in a row and re-
tained a three-game lead in the
American League race. Indians 6, Senators 5
Starter Eli Grba and losing re- CLEVELAND-A passed ball by

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liever Art Fowler (5-5), who took
over in the ninth, had held the
Yanks to four hits until the 10th.
Elston Howard collected two of
New York's hits, one a two-run
double as the Yanks scored three
runs in the first inning. Their
third hit of the game, Yogi Berra's
solo 15th home run in the sixth
inning, had tied it 4-all.
The Angels, who now have lost
all seven games they've played at
Yankee Stadium, came from be-
hind with a pair of two run inn-
ings against starter Bill Stafford.
But Hal Reniff and winner Luis
Arroyo (10-3) .then blanked them
on one hit over the last 4% inn-
ings.
-* * *
Orioles 7-5, A's 0-6
BALTIMORE - Haywood Sulli-
van's three-run homer with two
out in the ninth inning gave the
Kansas City Athletics a 6-5 victory
over the Baltimore Orioles in the
second game of a twi-night dou-
bleheader.
Baltimore = won the opener 7-0=
on Steve Barber's three-hit pitch-
ing, as the Orioles won their 10th
straight over Kansas City and
11th in 12 starts against the A's.I
Hoyt Wilhelm, who relieved HalI
Brown to start the eighth inning,
was the victim of Sullivan's fifth
homer. An infield single by Jerryi

Washington catcher Gene Green
with the bases loaded in the 10th
inning brought in the winning run
as the Cleveland Indians defeated
the Senators, 6-5.
The Indians filled the bases on
a double by Don Dillard, a walk to
Tito Francona, a passed ball and
a walk to Willie Kirkland.
The Indians tied the score at,
5-5 in the eighth. Chuck Essegian
led off with a solo homer off
starter Bennie Daniels. Four sin-
gles off reliever Mike Garcia, for-
mer Indian ace, resulted in three
more runs.
Washington scored two runs inI
the fourth. Shortstop Bob Johnson
belted a home run after Gene
Woodling had walked.
The Senators got another tally
in the fifth on Chuck Hinton's
solo homer off starter Barry Lat-
man.
* * *
Pirates 10 - 3, Phillies 2 - 2
PHILADELPHIA - The Pitts-
burgh Pirates won both ends of
a twi-night doubleheader from the
Philadelphia Phillies 10-2 and 3-2
and the second game had a free-
for-all that was ended only when
police came on the field. It was
played under protest.
The double disaster extended the
Phillies losing streak to 12 in a
row.

JiIUm oots forleased. Garrison's parents were inform-
The accident occurred at 1 a.m. ed of the mishap yesterday morn-
" yesterday morning when the bor- ing in their Mackinaw City vaca-
SiXtn d rowed car Garrison was driving tion area.
went out of control on a curveLine coach Bob Hollway, Gar-
and overturned. Garrison was rison's immediate mentor this fall,
PHILADELPHIA (PA--America's pinned beneath the vehicle, a Cor- said there had been a strong per-
finest woman swimmer, the soon- vette, and died of suffocation from sonal bond between Garrison, his
to-retire Chris Von Saltza, will gas fumes, mud and water, ac- family and the Michigan coaching
shoot for an unprecedented six cording to Dr. John C. Floyd, staff
titles as she leads the Santa Clara Washtenaw County Medical ex- He is the second Wolverine foot-
Swim Club in defense of its team aminer. ball prospect to be involved in a
championship this week in the Two Cars Involved fatl acciet th ear.voven
National Women's AAU xheet. The car Garrison was driving Sligay, a Junior, was killed July 2
The 17-year-old California lass, belongs to Quarnstrom, but his at Camp Dearborn when a bolt
an Olympic champion, is one of only passenger was Fink. Quarn- of lightning struck a wire near
five girls to win five "medals. She strom was riding with Morrison where he was standing. He was a
accomplished her feat last year in another sports car which also center.
in this meet, and this year will went out of control on the fatal !eer.
try to add the 200-meter back- curve.
stroke title. However, while the car Garrison M
She will be defending champion was driving skidded 175 feet and l
in the meet starting Thursday overturned, Morrison's vehiclePlo S
night at Kelly Pool in Fairmont skidded only 60 feet and landedl y lS
Park in the 100, 200 and 400 in a ditch. I
meter freestyle, and as anchorman Rescue attempts by sheriff dep- Education and Mathematics ad-
on Santa Clara's 400 medley and uties and an ambulance team vanced to the finals of the summer
freestyle relay teams. failed to revive Garrison and the I YM cftha11 ~ f, terdav in

BONUS BABY - Husky Willie Horton, an 18-year-old Detroit
sandlot catcher, was signed to a $50,000 bonus contract Monday
by the Tigers. The gonus is the highest paid to a Negro. Horton
will join the Tigers' Triple-A Denver farm club next year.
Aussie Loses Match
To Florida Colegian

SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. (P) -
Second-seeded Bob Mark of Aus-
tralia, favoring a sore right leg,
yesterday was eliminated from
the Eastern Grass Court cham-
pionships by Jim Shaffer, an un-
ranked lefthander from St. Peters-
burg, Fla.
Mark, still suffering from the
after-effects of a crippling calf
cramp that forced his default in
the Southampton final Sunday,
lost 6-1, 6-4 after winning his de-
layed first-round match 6-4. 6-0

Seventh-seeded Whitney Reed ofj
Alameda, Calif., rallied to defeat
Ed Rubinoff of Miami, Fla., 4-6,
6-4, 6-4.
Eighth-seeded Donald Dell, the
U. S.clay court runnerup from
Bethesda, Md., advanced 8-6, 3-6,
14-12 over Ray Senkowski of Ham-
tramck, Mich..
In the women's division, top-
seeded Karen Hantze won two
matches to gain the quarter-finals.
The 18-year-old U. S. Wightman

Surrenders Crown
In 1957 and 1958 she was the
200-meter backstroke titlist but
last year surrendered this crown to
fellow Olympian Lynn Burke, no
longer active as an amateur.
Miss Von Saltza, slender and
blonde, won two events in 1957,
three in 1958 and four in 1959, be-
fore tying the record for victories
in one meet last year.
Also expected to help the Santa
Clara team cement another cham-
pionship is Ann Warner, another
Olympian, favored in the 100 and
200 meter breaststroke, where she
is defending champion.
Indoor champion Multnomah
AC of Portland, Ore., and the
Vesper Boat Club are expected to
give Santa Clara the toughest
fight for the team title.

19-year-old sophomore was pro-
nounced dead on arrival at Uni-
versity Hospital.
Racing
According to the deputies, Mor-
rison admitted the two cars were
racing, both going at high speeds.-
Garrison's vehicle was the first
to reach the curve.
Garrison was being counted on
by the Michigan coaching staff to
help the Wolverines out in the line
in 1961. He was an all-state choice
at center while at Rooseyelt High
School in his native Wyandotte,
and was considered an outstand-

1-M suV1, playu yC4ta c
action at Ferry Field.
The two teams will square off
tomorrow at 6:30 for the cham-
pionship.
Education downed Afit, 8-3,
while the Mathematicians were
edging the Terrace Tigers, 3-1.
The two losers were eliminated
from the tourney.
In the consolation semifinals,
Theta Delta Chi squeaked by New-
man in a 12-10 slugfest, and
Social Psychology downed rival
Psychology, 8-1. The TDC-Social
Psychology game will be played at
th camp time a. thy! Educatin-

over William Wright, Cheyenne, cupper defeated Elsie Spruyt of the
Wyo. Netherlands 6-3, 6-1 and Carol
Shaffer, a 20-year-old Univer- Hanks of St. Louis 6-3. 6-4.
sity of Florida senior and former
member of the U. S. Junior Davis
Cup squad, moved into today's I
third round, along with the seven
other seeded players, led by Wim-
bledon runnerup Chuck McKinley.
Top-seeded McKinley of St.
Ann, Mo., crushed Clark Graebner
of Lakewood, Ohio, 6-2, 6-1 and
third-seeded Jack Douglas, thel
Marine Corporal from Santa
Monica, Calif., survived 9-7, 6-4>
over left-hander Bill Hoogs of
Berkeley, Calif.
Fourth-seeded Mike Sangster of
Great Britain, the last foreign
threat, struggled past Bob Sher,
man of Los Angeles 7-5, 8-6......
Fifth-seeded Dennis Ralston-of
Bakersfield, Calif., ousted Al Dris- f {<
cole of N. Hollywood, Calif., 6-4,
Ron Holmberg, sixth-seeded
from Brooklyn, N. Y., ripped the RAY SENKOWSKI
ex-U. S. junior champ, Billy Le- .. . eliminated
noir of Tucson, Ariz., 6-3, .6-2.1
You must take SID home!
Yes, SID the SNID is useless,
senseless and silly, but he's fun,
and you may need him. r?
JON LEIDY
Phone NO 8-6779 e 601 East Liberty
? * * 1ry};:Ms : }\:i. 'm }4" x :? ; ^ i

ue vi al s ..,..... UA.1e Ub t a' ,U dJS
ing prospect here at tackl. by Math. game tomorrow on a dif-
Wolverine mentor Bump Elliott ferent Ferry Field diamond.
When informed of the accident, Tomorrow's action will wind up
Elliott said: the summer softball program,
'Extremely Fine Boy' which has been running continu-
"Phil Garrison's death conies as ously since the second week of
a shock to all of us on the coach- classes.
IU f&
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BARGAIN CORNER
BOY'S BIKE-Austrian-built J. C. Hig-
gins. $20. Call NO 2-4736.
SUMMER SPECIALS: Men's wear: short
sleeve sport shirts 99c & $1.50; knit
sport shirts $1.44; wash-n-wear slacks
2.77; many other big buys-Sam's
Store, 122 E. washington. W2
FOR RENT__
WELL-LOCATED 3-room apt. Ideal for
2 men. 414 Lawrence. Call NO 2-7476
or GE 7-7534. C32
ON CAMPUS furnished apartments for:
rent. NO 2-1443. C17
ON CAMPUS garage and lot parking
available for summer and fall semes-
. ters. NO 2-1443. C16
REDECORATED APARTMENTS - Two
blocks from campus. Newly furnished
and painted. For 1, 2, 3, or 4 girls.
NO 3-7268. C32
APARTMENT FOR 5 MEN, very well
furnished, innercoil spring mat-
tresses, 2 baths.eNice location, near
campus, street parking. Phone NO
2-5152. C30
ROOMS FOR BOYS. Young couple hasI
two clean attractive rooms for rent.
In quiet neighborhood near campus.
Also one garage space. Recreation
room in basement. NO 5-7507. C33
RANCH BRICK HOME - first floor:
large living room, dining room, kat-
chen, bath, one bedroom, privateI
entrance, unfurnished except stove,
refrigerator, and drapes. $110, which_
includes utilities. Couples only. Call1
2-2982 after 4 p.m. C31

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Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone NO 2-4786

ACE IN THE HOLE - That's Baltimore's Steve Barber, who
registered his sixth shutout of the season last night to take the
major league lead in that department. He twirled a neat three-
hitter at the Kansas City Athletics for the victory.
HENRY H.
STEVENS, Inc.
LONG >,
DISTANCE
t s

LOST AND FOUND I
LOST-Sealpoint Siamese, approx. 15
months nld, vicinity of Church-S.
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING EAST August 11-Wanted, 1
or 2 women or couple. Call 8-9892. G7
RIDE WANTED to Atlanta, Georgia, on
August 17. Will share driving and gas
costs. Phone 663-7024. G5
BOSINESS SERVICES

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X3
Preview of Grinnell's
PIANO FESTIVAL SALE
Come in any day
and see these tremendous
values from $399 up..
GRINNELL'S

1 73 Broadway
Fnt 6, Michigan
Phone Collect
Flint CEdar 4-1686
For Iower Free Estimates
Interstate Rates Every Friday

Bill
Stevens
Lit. '40
Manage:

RESERVE YOUR
APARTMENT
FOR FALL NOW
with more and more people
discovering the advantages of
living at Huron Towers and
with the September rental
rush approaching. it's wise to
reserve your apartment now.
A deposit will hold it for you.
Schedule of Rentals

CAMPUS
OPTICIANS
Most frames replaced
while you wait.
Broken lenses duplicated
FAST service on all repairs.

323 S. Main

NO 2-5667

We own, operate, schedule and dispatch our own fleet of vans
for better direct service without transfer.

AVOID the RUSH!
SUBSCRIBE to

x-Los Angeles
Cincinnati
x-San Francisco
x-Milwaukee
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
i-Chicago
Philadelphia
x-Played night

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65 40
68 44
56 49
54 49
54 53
51 51
44 60
30 76
game.

Pct. GB
.619
.607 IA
.533 9
.524 10
.505 12
.500 12%
.423 201
.283 35%

Studio ............ $ 98 to $126
1-Bedroom......... $120 to $180
2-Bedroom......... $225 to $270
3-Bedroom. .....$270 to $330
(Rentals include heat, water,
Frigidaire range and refriger-
ator, swimming pool.),
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
HURON
TOWERS
APARTMENTS
2200 Fuller Road
NOrmandy 3-0800, 5-9161
Models open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Daily and Sunday
U. of M. Bus Service one block away
SCl0
HELP WANTED
TYPIST two afternoons per week. In-
dependent real estate office. $1.75 per
hour. Sales people also needed. Com-
missionaonly. Prefer experienced per-
son. Call NO 3-9373. H14
TWO WOMEN NEEDED for telephoner

240 NICKELS ARCADE
NO 2-9116 NO 8-6019
J3
Have a yen for ice cream
and pickles?
RALPH'S MARKET is open
till midnight every night
to make shopping convenient & cool.
709 Packard-around the corner from
the Blue Front
J0
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sales

the home of Steinway pianos
X2
FOR SALE
OLDTOWN CANOE. At Wirth's Canoe
Livery, or call NO 3-9154. B16
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER, $55. Call
NO 3-3283 at noon. B17
ROYAL TYPEWRITER-Standard, pica,
elderly but serviceable. $15 at 2210
S.A.B., Ext. 2077. B18
CRUISEAIRE SCOOTER, good shape,
$100. Cheap, reliable transportation.
Must sell. See anytime. Phone NO
3-6597. Bis
1956 SPORTSMAN mobile home, 33 ft.
by 8 ft. $1600. Ideal for couple. Full
bath. Clean. NO 3-4016 or HIckory 9-
2306. B13
BY OWNER, will sacrifice: 2-bedroom
ranch, oak floors, storms and screens,
garage, fenced yard. Located at 1126
Hawthorne, Ypsilanti. Key at 1040
Olivia, Ann Arbor. Terms available.
No reasonable offer will be refused.
Reply Box 104, Michigan Daily. B12
USED CARS
1958 FORD convertible, -automatic
transmission, radio, heater. Excellent
condition. $1200. Call Chuck, days
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 10-3, Philadelphia 2-2
St. obis 6, Cincinnati 5
Milaukee at Los Angeles (inc.)
Chicago at San Francisco (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee (Nottebart 3-5) at Los
Angeles (Drysdale) (n)
Cincinnati (Hunt 8-9) at Philadel-
phia (Ferrarese 2-8) (n)
Chicago (Anderson 5-7) at San

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