THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1967
SIX WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 9,1967
['igers Split Pair;
pubs, Mets Win
DETROIT - Dick McAuliffe
raced home on J. C. Martin's
passed ball with two men out in
the 10th inning, giving Detroit a
2-1 victory over the Chicago
White Sox in the first game of a
Dennis McLain, who ran his
record to 14-12 with his four-hit
performance, led off the 10th
with an infield hit off relief pit-
cher Hoyt Wilhelm, 6-2. He ad-
vanced on a sacrifice and Mc-
Al Kaline then singled, but left-
fielder Ken Barry, who entered
the game before McAuliffe came
to bat, threw out McLain at the
plate, the other runners going to
second and third.
McAuliffe then scored when
Martin let the first pitch to Wil-
lie Horton get by him.
In the second game, Chicago's
Don Buford crossed home plate
from second with the winning run
in the 10th inning on a bobbled
ball by Dick McAuliffe. Tom Mc-
Craw followed Bufford on a
Rocky Colavite's single to make
the final score 6-4.
Dick Wickersham (4-3) of the
Tigers absorbed the loss. Don Mc-
Mahan of Chicago recorded his
2nd victory against two losses.
The Tigers lost a chance to win
the game in the bottom of the
ninth with the game tied and
bases loaded after two outs. Third
baseman Don Wert went to a full
count before grounding to Chicago
third baseman Ken Boyer for the
last out of the inning.
Cubs Take Pirates
CHICAGO-The Chicago Cubs,
bouyed by home runs from Ron
Santo and Randy Hundley, scored
their first victory in nine starts
yesterday, whipping the Pittsburgh
The Cubs, who had lost seven
before struggling to a 3-3 tie in
14 innings Monday, spotted the
Pirates two first inning runs, but
bounced back in their half of the
inning with Ernie Banks driving
in two with a double.
Hundley's homer, leading off the
second, put the Cubs ahead to
Chicago added another before
the inning was over on Adolfo
Phillips' double, Joe Niekro's sacri-
fice and a sacrifice fly by Don
The Cubs picked up one in the
fourth on some wild play by the
Pirates. Phillips singled and was
sacrificed to second by Niekro. Pi-
rate catcher Manuel Sanguillen
threw past third and Phillips
Santo's homer, his 24th of the
season, followed a single by Glen
Beckert in the fifth and the Cubs
got their last run in the sixth
on a double by Hundley, a single
by Kessinger and a throwing er-
ror by Gene Alley.
The victory was No. 60 for the
Cubs, one more than they won
all last season.
A's Take First
KANSAS CITY - Ken Harrel-
son and Danny Cater drove in two
runs apiece and Jack Aker .snuf-
fed out a ninth inning rally as
Kansas City defeated slumping
Boston 5-3 in the first game of a
It was the fourth straight loss
for the Red Sox, who snapped a
19-inning scoreless string when
Rico Petrocelil slammed a n
eighth-inning home run.
Tony Conigliaro's two - run
homer in the ninth helped knock
out starter Jim "Catfish" Hunter
but Aker came on to get the final
out with a man on.
Hunter drove in one run with
a double and then started Kansas
City's three-run rally in the sixth
with a single. He held the Red Sox
scoreless on three hits until the
Harrelson drove in single runs
in the first and sixth and Cater
knocked in two runs in the sixth.
In the second game Norm Sieb-
ern's single and an error on the hit
by Jim Gosger gave the Red Sox
three runs in the ninth inning
and a 7-5 victory.
The Red Sox battled from be-
hind in the nightcap after spot-
ting Kansas City a 4-0 lead. Bos-
ton notched a run in the fifth and
then tied it with three in the sev-
enth with Carl Yastrzemski's
single driving in one and Tony
Conigliaro's double chasing two
Indians 5, Birds 3
BALTIMORE-Boog Powell's er-
ror allowed the tie-breaking run
to score and Chuck Hinton's sac-
rifice fly produced another as
Cleveland rallied for two runs in
the ninth inning and a 5-3 victory
After Larry Brown and pinch
hitter Jim King opened the In-
dians' ninth with singles, Powell
bobbled Vic Davalillo's roller, al-
lowing Brown to score. Hinton's
fly ball brought home another.
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L.A. Stops Cards
ST. LOUIS - The Los Angeles
Dodgers built a three-run fifth
inning on doubles by Lou John-
son and Ron Hunt and went on
to stop the first-place St. Louis
Johnson raced home on win-
ning pitcher Don Sutton's sacri-
fice bunt. Then Hunt stroked a
long two-run double to left off
loser Dick Hughes.
Johnson doubled to left leading
off the fifth. Ron Fairly moved
him to third with a fly ball and
Johnny Roseboro was intention-
Mets 3, Braves 2
NEW YORK - Bob Johnson,
who singled as a pinch hitter in
a two-run ninth inning rally, led
off the 11th with a homer, lifting
the New York Mets to a 3-2 vic-
tory over Atlanta.
Johnson's homer came off Jay
Ritchie, 2-3 and ended the
Braves' winning streak at four
games. Ron Taylor, 3-3, got the
The Mets, held to just one hit
by Denny Lemaster through seven
innings, tied the game in the
ninth against Cecil Upshaw, who
had stopped them with the bases
loaded in the eighth.
With one out in the ninth, John-
son singled and scored on Ed
Kranepool's pinch double. Ron
Swoboda flied out, but Ed Charles
singled home Kranepool.
Atlanta scored in the third
when Denis Menke doubled home
The Braves got an unearned run
in the sixth. Clete Boyer walked
with two out and went to third on
Rico Carty's double. When Swob-
oda's throw from the outfield hit
Carty at second, base.
Phillies in 10th
PHILADELPHIA - Johnny
Callison's two-out single in the
10th inning drove in Johnny
Briggs and the Philadelphia Phil-
lies edged San Francisco 5-4.
Briggs opened the 10th with an
infield hit and moved to second
on a sacrifice. After Rich Allen
was purposely walked, the run-
ners advanced on an infield out
and then Callison singled off
It was the Phillies' eighth
straight victory and the second
straight loss for the Giants fol-
lowing a sx-game winning streak.
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Rich Rollins smashed a two-out
home run in the eighth inning,
lifting the Minnesota Twins to a
3-2 victory over the Washington
Rollins' fifth home run of the
season soared 375 feet into the
left field seats and beat Dave
Baldwin, who relieved Frank Ber-
taina in the seventh and struck
out four of the first five bat-
ters he faced.
Bertainadhad singled home
Washington's two runs in the
fifth after Hank Allen singled and
Dick Nen doubled. The hit wiped
out a first inning Minnesota run
produced by Harmon Killebrew's
Reds Dump Astros
CINCINNATI - Milt Pappas
hurled a two-hitter as the Cin-
cinnati Reds shut out Houston
Pappas, who picked up his 11th
victory of the year, struck ont
nine and retired 16 consecutive
batters at one point in the game.
The Astros' only hits were a
one-out single by Jimmy Wynn in
the first and Julio Gotay's bloop
single in the ninth. Only one
other man reached base.
Lee May, who slammed two dou-
bles and keyed a three-run up-
rising in the fifth inning, supplied
all the power the Reds needed.
Tony Perez socked a solo hom-
er and a run-scoring single.
On Aug. 22, the Michigan Union Show (Ko-Eds Too) will leave
Ann Arbor on the first leg of a 50.000 mile tour of the Far East. The
tour, completely sponsored by the Defense Dept., will take the 15-man
ensemble to such faraway places as Guam, Japan and Korea, where
it will perform for American troops stationed in those locations.
MUSKET Director Jack Rouse says that the show, entitled
"Entertainment, U.S.A.." draws from many sources for its material.
Although the MUSKET group stages Broadway musicals for its Ann
Arbor audiences, "very little" show material will be used on the tour,
according to Rouse. Instead, "all sources" are being relied upon:
pop music, rock and roll, bossa nova and folk music are all included
in the better than 40 numbers the group has learned for the tour.
Rouse says that last winter he submitted films and recordings of
past MUSKET presentations to the Defense Dept., and that the
MUSKET group is one of only "eight or ten" groups in the country
to be chosen for troop entertainment.
And polished entertainment it will be. The 13 people chosen. to
go on the trip have been rehearsing for better than 40 hours per week
since July 20.
Choosing the people for the tour wasn't an easy job, Rouse says.
He had to pick only 13 people from the 48 who were in the MUSKET
productions last year. "Of course there was some disappointment," he
says, "but we had to choose the most versatile and most mature people
in the company."
Since the troupe will be gone until November, all the members
had to drop out of school for the fall trimester. This presented no
real problem for the girls, but the guys in the cast went to summer
school so they could retain their student draft deferments while
they're on the tour.
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Story and Photography by Thomas R. Copi
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Major League Standings
W L Pet.
Chicago 60 46 .568
Boston 59 50 .542
Minnesota 58 49 .542
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