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SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967

MU Blasts 'M'
line in Twin Bill

Riot Erupts at Garden as Tiger
Edges Torres To Retain Title

By ROB SALTZSTEIN
Central Michigan University's
Kim Killstrom, Jim- Barbeau and
Joe Krawcyck made life miser-
able for Michigan's baseball nine
yesterday. CMU swept a double-
header from the Wolverines, win-
ning the first game 5-3 and tak-
ing the nightcap 7-3.
Killstrom and Barbeau, CMU's
two ace pitchers, checked the Wol-
verine bats all afternoon. Kraw-
cyck, the CMU shortstop and the
NCAA's leading RBI producer,
raised his total to 46 for the sea-
son with his third grand-slam of
the campaign. His left field shot
clinched the second game.
In the first game, a nine in-
ning affair, Michigan received a
strong pitching performance from
Dave Renkiewicz. Renkiewicz, the
losing pitching, allowed only three
earned runs but was victimized by
Glenn Redmon's throwing error
in the 7th inning.-The error allow-
ed two unearned and decisive runs
to score for CMU.
Drives in Two
Chuck Schmidt drove in two of
Michigan's runs in the fourth in-
ning with a sharp single to left.
The hit scored Andy Ficher, the
Big Ten's leading batter at .444,
and Keith Spicer who had walked.
John Kraft drove in the other
Michigan run with a sacrifice fly.
The second game was a losing
coach's nightmare. The score was
tied 3-3 going into the bottom of
the 7th inning when the roof caved
in on Michigan. Not only could the
Wolverines get no one out but
CMU promptly loaded the bases.
Bill Zepp had pitched six fine
innings for Michigan, allowing

only three runs. He had been re-
placed for a pinch hitter in the
sixth and J'oe Kerr started the 7th
inning for the Wolverines.
Faced Threes
Kerr faced three men and
promptly found himselif in the
bases-loaded situation. Sygar be-
gan the inning by committing an
error for Michigan, the next man
was intentionally walked follow-
ing a wild pitch, and the next man
was very unintentionally walked.
Coach Moby Benedict brought
in Larry Guidi'to face Krawcyck.
This is not an easy assignment
and is somewhat akin to looking
down the barrel of a loaded gun.
It was loaded, in fact it was
even primed. Krawcyck smashed-
Guidi's second pitch down the left
field line for the game winning
blow,
The double loss brought Michi-
gan's season record to 22 and 12;
CMU's record now stands at 27
and 5.
Michigan may have been look-
ing ahead to Friday and Sat-+
urday's all important games with
Michigan State. The NCAA is on
the line for these contests and
Benedict plans to hit the Spar-
tans with all he has. Ace pitchers
Geoff Zahn (8-2) and Bill Zepp
(6-2) will hurl for Michigan.
If Michigan should sweep both
games from Michigan. State and
Ohio State splits its doubleheader
with Minnesota this weekend, the
Wolverines would represent the Big
Ten in the NCAA playoffs.
Coach Benedict would like to
see a large turnout of Michigan
fans for these all important con-
tests. Game time will be 3:30 p.m.
each day.

CHALLENGER JOSE TORRES points to the scale showing light heavyweight champion Dick Tiger
weighing in at 167 yesterday in preparation for last night's 15-round title bout in New York. Torres
weighed in at 173.
Tigers Lose to Senators, 5-4;
Sox Fall, Reds Gain Distance

NEW YORK to"--A wild ri
erupted in Madison Square Garde
last night when Dick Tiger wE
announced as the winner on
split decision over Jose Torresi
their world light heavyweig
championship fight.
Bottles and debris started flyir
into the ring seconds after ar
nouncer Johnny Addie announc
Tiger, the defending champion,
the winner on a tight, split dec
sion over their Puerto Rican bor
Torres, an ex-champion.
There was no indication immE
diately how many people, if ar
were injured.
Big Teri Sees
CHICAGO (P)-Michigan Stat
seeking an unprecedented thir
successive clear title, and tw
schools unveiling new coache
Illinois and Wisconsin, along wit
Iowa, Indiana and Northwester
stage mock games closing the Bi
Ten's spring football season 1a
Saturday.
The four other Conferenc
members, Minnesota, Ohio Stat
Purdue and Michigan, close
spring drills earlier.
The two new coaches preparin
for the Big Ten's 72nd campaig
next fall are Jim Valek at scan
dal-scarred Illinois and Joh
Coatta at Wisconsin.
Both are returning as forme
stars to the alma mater of eac
Valek replacing "resigned" Pe
Elliott and Coatta succeeding Mi
Bruhn, quitting the 'Badger po
after three losing seasons.

ot It was the third riot in recent tered bottles. Many ducked under
n history at the Garden. The other the ring. Others grabbed the
as 4wo involved Puerto Rican Frankie folding chairs and held them over
a Navarez. The last was after his their heads.
in fight with Ismale Laguna of Puer- Referee Harold Valan and judge
ht to Rico. Johnny Dran gave the fight to
That one lasted about five min- Tiger, eight rounds to seven. Judge
ag utes. Joe Eppy voted for Torres, 8 to 7.
n- This one last about 15 minutes. The Associated Press also had it
ed Qarden publicity man John for Torres, 8-7.
as Condon leaped to the microphone By the middle of the fight Tiger
i- and oreder the Garden cleared. had taken a substantial lead and
rn The only response was more was digging inside with both
bottles and debris thrown into the hands to the body and was taking
e- ring from the balcony. the play away from his six-pound
ty Reporters at ringside were splat- heavier opponent.
tered with liquor from the shat- Torres, who lost his light heavy
title to Tiger in their last fight,
was boosed by his own followers
v Grid Fin the middle rounds but began to
come back in the ninth round.
;e Michigan State's windup game He scored with sweeping punch-
d climaxed a spring of rebuilding the ninth and 10th but Tiger came
o by Coach Duffy Daugherty, start- back to take the 11th.
ing his 14th Spartan season. Torres then came back to sweep
h Daugherty must replace such the last four.
n departing stars as Bubba Smith, They went at a furious pace in
ig Clint Jones, Gene Washington, the first few rounds, the younger
st George Webster and Jerry West, Torres obviously looking for a
who led Michigan State to perfect knockout. Then the pace slowed
ce 7-0 Big Ten title seasons the past down.
e two years. Tiger took over with methodical
d However, Daugherty has vet- punching to the body and head
eran returnees in quarterback through the eighth round,
Jimmy Raye, halfback Dwight Lee Tiger weighed 167, Torres 173.
g and end Al Brenner, along with a
n pair of potential starters in soph- Tiger won the title from Torres
- omores-to-be end Rich Saul and with a decisive 15-round decision
n halfback Steve Garvey on defense. at the Garden Dec. 15. There were
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Judge Authorizes Subpoena
For Impending Clay, Trial

Camilo Pascual survived Al Ka- only five singles. He has lost just
line's three-run homer in the first once.
inning and with help from Dar Despite the loss, the Sox re-
Knowles and Dave Baldwin pitch- tained-their 1% game lead in the
ed Washington to a 5-4 victory American League.
over Detroit last night. John Buzhardt was the victim
The Senators came back with although he pitched well and gave
three runs in the first inning with up only five hits before being lift-
Fred Valentine's two-run double ed for a pinch batter in the sev-
the key hit, and then knocked enth.
Earl Wilson out in the third in- The Cincinnati Reds scored three
ning on consecutive doubles by runs without a hit in the second
Jim King and Frank Howard with inning and went on to beat Pitts-
nobody out. burgh 6-3 last night behind Mel
The added a run in the third Queen's pitchingh
on* a walk to Valentine, a single It was the fourth-victory in a
by Dick Nen and sacrifice fly by row for the National League-lead-
Bernie Allen. ing Reds.
Dick McAuliffe and Don Wert Mickey Mantle's bases-loaded
singled ahead of Kaline's eighth' single with none-out in the 11thj
homer in the first inning. Pascual inning gave the New York Yankees,
allowed only two hits after that a 4-3 victory over Cleveland.
until the seventh when Norm Cash The Yankees tied the game in,
beat out an infield hit and Bill the eight when Elston Howard
Freehan singled Cash to.third. singled with one out and moved
Dean Chance pitched his sixth -
straight victory and the Minnesota
Twins halted the Chicago White -
Sox winning streak at 10 games
with a 1-0 victory.
Chance, traded to the Twins by
California last winter, was backed
by three double plays and allowed

HOUSTON, Tex. (P) - Two
motions were granted and another
rejected yesterday as a federal
judge began a hearing on pleas
filed by Cassius Clay, the former
heavyweight b o x i n g champion
charged with military draft eva-
sion.
Judge Joe Ingraham scheduled
arguments later in the day on a
motion to delay Clay's scheduled
June 5 trial.
Ingraham authorized lawyers to
subpoena a long list of witnesses,
including President Lyndon John-
son, and to subpoena for inspec-
tion all draft records pertaining to
Clay.
The judge rejected a plea that
the lawyers be authorized to take
depositions from many of the sub-
poenaed witnesses who might be
unable to appear at the trial.
Hayden Covington, Clay's chief
lawyer from New York, and Quin-
nan Hodges of Houston said they
actually do not plan to require
President Johnson to appear at
the trial but said they want to
make use of the subpoena in re-
quiring him or his agents to pro-

to third when pitcher Sam Mc-
Dowell threw wild past first after
fielding Steve Whitaker's ground-
er. Whitaker moved to second, and
he and Howard scored on Joe
Pepitone's single.
Mike Shannon's single in the
ninth inning scorea Curt Flood,
giving St. Louis a 4-3 victory over
Philadelphia.

duce desired transcripts and
records.
Covington and Hodges also
filed motions Monday before the
5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
meeting in Jacksonville, Fla.
The Jacksonville petition sought
a delay of Clay's June 5 trial in
Houston on the criminal indict-
ment against him until the civil
suit Clay brought against the
draft board is settled before the
Fifth Court in itsOctober sitting.
Hodges said Monday night the pe-
tition had been denied.
The Houston motions seek a
continuance of the trial from
June- 5, alleging that it is "physi-
cally and humanly impossible" for
the lawyers to make ready by that
date.
Clay's defense will be based in
part upon an allegation that draft
boards are weighted with white
members and exclude Negroes.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (IP) - A
three-judge federal appeals court
panel said "No" yesterday to
Cassius Clay's request for a delay
in his draft evasion trial.

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SPORTS' WEEK
THURSDAY, May 18
Tennis-Western Conference
Meet at Ferry Field
FRIDAY, May 19
Baseball-Michigan plays Mich-
igan State at Ferry Field,
3:30 p.m.
Golf-Western Conference Meet
at the Michigan Course
Tennis-Western Conference
Meet at Ferry Field
Track-Western Conference
Meet at Ferry Field
SATURDAY, May 20
Basebal-Michigan plays Michi-
gan State at Ferry Field,
3:30 p.m.
Golf-Western Conference Meet
ends, Michigan Course
Tennis-Western Conference
Meet ends, Ferry Field
Track-Western Conference
Meet ends, Ferry Field
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR
DAVID KNOKE

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Major League Standings

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When You Must Keep Alert
When you can't afford to be drowsy,
inattentive, or anything less than all
there. . . here's how to stay on top.
VERV Continuous Action Alertness
Capsules deliver the awakeness of
two cups of coffee, stretched out
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Chicago 18 8 .692
Detroit 17 10 .629
Kansas City 15 14 .517
New York 13 13 .500.
Boston 13 15 .464
Cleveland 12 14 .461
Baltimore 12 15 .444
Minnesota 12 15 .444
Washington 12 16 .428
California 13 19 .419
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 5, Detroit 4
Baltimore 8, Boston 5
Kansas City 4, California 0
New York 4, Cleveland I
Minnesota 1, Chicago 0
TODAY'S GAMES
California at Kansas City (n)
Minnesota at Chicago (n?
Detroit at Washington (n)
Cleveland at New York (n)
Baltimore at Boston (n)

GB
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6%
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Cincinnati 23 10 .700
Pittsburgh 16 11 .593
x-Chicago 16 11 .593
St Louis 16 11 .593
Atlanta 15 14 .517
x-San Francisco 14 15 .483
Philadelphia 13 15 .464
New York 10 16 .385
x-Los Angeles 10 18 .357
x-Houston 9 21 .300
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Atlanta 6, New York 3
Cincinnati 6, Pittsburgh 3
St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3
Houston at Los Angeles (inc)
Chicago at San Francisco (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)
Houston at Los Angeles (n)
New York at Atlanta (n)
Chicago at San Francisco

GB
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Should you drink beer
straight from the bottle?
If you're on a fishing trip or
something, carrying along a
glass is pretty clumsy. But
when it's convenient, we think
it's a shame not to use one.
Keeping Budweiser inside the bottle or
can is missing half the fun.
Those tiny bubbles getting organized
at the top of your glass have a lot to do
with taste and aroma. Most beers have
carbonation pumped in mechanically.
Not Budweiser. We go to a barrel of
trouble and expense to let Budweiser
create its own bubbles with the natural
carbonation of Beechwood Ageing. So
you really can't blame us for wanting
vn to Let it at its best, can you?

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just the ticket for campus traffic, crowded
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