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Friday, October 3, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1~riday, October 3, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Season end-s
By The Asociated Press
For 20 of the major league's 24
clubs the 1969 campaign is finallyay
over. But in Baltimore and Atlanta
a whole new season starts tomor-
row for baseball's four divisional
champions, when the Orioles play
host to the Minnesota Twins and
the Braves entertain the mira- NIGHT EDITOR:
culous New York Mets. ELLIOTT BERRY
The Orioles compiled an 8-4
record in regular season competi-
tion against the Twins, their eighth, and ended Dave McNally's
American League playoff oppo- 17-game winning streak when
rent, but the margin didn't come Rich Reese hit a grand slam pinch
easily. homer in the seventh.
Half of the 12 games between On another occasion, Minnesota
the division champions were de- rallied for five runs in the eighth
cided by a single run, with Bal- but fell short, 9-8, when Balti-k
timore winning four. The teams more center fielder Paul Blair
split a pair of two-run decisions. made a great leaping catch of
The Orioles held the statistical Rod Carew's ninth inning drive
edge in runs, 52-40; homers, 14-7; with a runner aboard.
batting average .254 to .231, and Barring postponements during
in pitchers' earned run average, the playoffs, Weaver plans to start
2.77 to 3.81. Mike Cuellar, 23-11, Dave McNal-
But the battling Twins scored ly, 20-7, and Jim Palmer, 16-4, in
two one-run victories in extra the first three games, and Tom
innings won another game 4-2 !Phoebus, 14-7, if a fourth game is1
after scoring three runs in the i necessary:

at

last;

playoffs

tomorrow

In the event of a postponement,
Weaver indicated he would bypass
Phoebus and use lefties Cuellar
and McNally again.
"I'd almost have to go back to
them," he said, listing Minnesota's
I array of left-handed batters-
Tony Oliva, Rod Carew, Rich
Reese, Graig Nettles, Chuck Man-
uel, Ted Uhlaender and John
Roseboro.
Harmon Killebrew, who leads
the major leagues wtih 49 homers
and 140 runs batted in, is a right-
handed swinger. But against the
Orioles he has managed just two
homers and five RBI in 12 games.
"You might say we've been very
careful with The Killer through-
out the year," Weaver said.
The first two Minnesota hurlers
will be right-handers Jim Perry,
20-6, and Dave Boswell, 20-12.
Against the Orioles, Perry was
0-1 with a 4.05 ERA and Dave
Boswell was 1-1 with a 3.46 ERA.
SPerry and Boswell, became the
first pitchers in Twins' history to
win 20 games in the same season.
Perry led the club in complete
games wtih 12 and had three of
Minnesota's eight shutouts.
Boswell has been named to start
Sunday. Martin said he is un-
decided about his starter for the
Monday game in Minesota's Metro-
politan Stadium.

"It's the big show now," said was 4-2 in both Shea Stadium and
Boswell, also a right-hander. Atlanta Stadium.
"You've got to go as hard as you Tom Seaver, the Mets' 25-game
have all year. You've got to hold winner, who faces Phil Niekro, the
this Baltimore club to a minimum Braves' 23-game winning knuckle-I
amount of runs and make a mini- ball ace, in Saturday's playoff
mum of mistakes. Baltimore is the opener, is 3-0 against the Braves.-
type of team that loves to capital- Niekro-is 0-3 against the Mets.
ize on your mistakes." Seaver and Niekro have met

winner. Seaver's third victory came
at the expense of George Stone,
5-3 at Atlanta, Aug. 9.
The best-of-five series for the
National League pennant and a
World Series berth opens with a
4 p.m. EDT game at Atlanta Sat-
urday and another at the same
time Sunday. They then move to

Although the Atlanta Braves are twice in regular season play, Sea- I New York, to conclude the series
listed 11-10 favorites over the New ver winning 9-3, May 14 at Shea Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
York Mets in the Las Vegas odds, and 5-0, May 21 at Atlanta. Nie- if necessary. New York games will
the season figures show an 8-4 kro later lost an Aug. 1 game at start at 1 p.m. EDT.
edge for the Mets in their head- New York in which Don Cardwell Pat Jarvis has the best record
to-head competition. The margin started but Cal Koonce was the of any Brave pitcher against the
.E: / /m.. s :g Mets, 2-0 although Ron Reed,
L eaguewho works Sunday's second game,
Major League Standings is 2-1.
AMERICAN LEAGUE N.1TION.L LEAGUE Jerry Koosman, bothered early
East Division East DivisionI by a tender shoulder, faced the
W L Pct. GB L Pct. GB Braves only once and won 4-1,
Baltimore 109 53 .673 New York1 tO 62 .617 - Aug. 8. With a batting order that
Detroit 90 72 .556 19 Chicago 92 70 .568 8 is predominantly right-handed,
Boston 87 75 .537 22 Pittsburgh 88 74 .543 12 # few managers throw lefties against
Washington 86 76 .531 23 St. Louis 87 75 .537 13
New York 80 81 .497 281, Philadelphia 63 99 .389 37 the Braves. hDwever, Koosman is
Cleveland 62 99 .385 46< Montreal 6 52 110 .321 48 due to go Sunday.

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Grid de

Pickings
9.

West Division
Minnesota976
xOakland 87 74
California 71 91
Kansas City 69 93
Chicago 68 94
xSeattle 64 97
x-Late game not included

.599
.540
.438
.426
.420
.398

26
28
29
32!;

Atlanta
San Fral
xLos Angi
xlIouston
San IDieg
x-Late g

West Division
93 69
icisco 90 72
ti 89 73
eles 84 77
81 80
o 52 110
ames not included

.574
.556
.522
.503
.321

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Yesterday's Results
Cleveland at New York postponed
Kansas City 6, California 2
Minnesota 6, Chicago 5
Oakland at Seattle (inc.)
Other clubs not scheduled.

- The Braves outhit the Mets
3 .241 to .235 in their 12-game sea-
son series and slammed 13 homers
s' to five by the Mets.

Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 8, Montreal 2
Chicago 5, New York 3
St. Louis , Philadelphia ?, 12 inn.
Cincinnati 8, Atlanta 3
Houston at Los Angeles (inc.)
San Diego 3, San Francisco 2

Hank Aaron hit five of the ho-
iness and batted .325 against the
Mets. Tony Ganalez, acquired in i
June from San Diego, led the clubI
with .350 in the six games he play-
ed against New York as a Brave.
Bob Tillman, the No. 2 catcher,

JUST ANOTHER ONE of those "amazin" catches as Cleon Jones
of the amazing Mets shows what the Atlanta Braves will be up
against in the National League playoffs starting Saturday.

Water Polo 'washes in' Today
By ROD ROBERTS Carthy and Larry Day, plus for- Green, and Loyola, other tean
Sometimes it's like playing bas- mer swimmers Rory Moore, and the conference include India
ketball while drowning. Other Bob Hoag. last year's tournament cham
times it's more like football while Several other schools have re- -Purdue, Ohio State, andt
drowning. One thing for certain, cently picked up the sport caising Illinois at Chicago Circle,
the game of water polo is drown- the formation of the Midwest conference championship tou
ing. Conference. In addition to Michi- ment will be held in Ann Arb
Michigan's water polo team gan, Michigan State, Bowling November 14 and 15.
makes its first plunge of the sea- _
son against Bowling Green at 3:30
this afternoon in Matt Mann Pool, Kasko new Red Sox mana e
only to encounter Michigan State
at 5:00 and then Loyola at 8:00
tonigt Giants rehire King as skippc
The Wolverines will be lucky to
come up for air after the third " BOSTON-The Boston Red Sox, as expected, yesterday name
time in, let alone get ready for manager for 1970 Eddie Kasko, onetime utility inwielder who g
more matches on Saturday. Other the team's Louisville farm club to a second place finish this ye
game scheuled fr today n He replaces Dick Williams, who was fired last week. Wil
elude Bowling Green vs. Michigani
State at 7:00 and Bowling Green guided the Red ox to the American League pennant in 1967, his
vs. Loyola at 9:00. as manager, but could not duplicate the feat the next two years.
Loyola should prove to be the
class of all the teams as water10 SAN FRANCISCO-Clyde King was rehired as the San Fran
polo is recognized varsity sport at
the Chicago-based school. Michi- Giants' manager yesterday, getting a one-year contract andN
gan Swimming-and now Water he termed "a substantial raise."
Polo--Coach Gus Stager says, *
"Loyola is probably the best team * O'TTAWA-Boston Bruins' Ted Green is suffering a partial pa
in the Midwest, having a couple sis of his left arm and hand as a result of the fractured sku
of All-American polo players on received in a National Hockey League fight Sept. 20, Dr. Les]
their team. Last year they should Ivan said yesterday. But the ailment may vanish in time, the d
have won the Water Polo Cham-a
pionships at Indiana. Most of the added.
other teams will play on the same Green and Wayne Maki of the St. Louis Blues engaged
level as us." stick-swinging battle and the Boston player has been operate(
Coast Stager has continued twice since. The left side of his face is also contorted but Dr.
water polo into a second straight said that the paralysis could correct itself naturally,
year for several reasons. "The
game is pretty tough so it's a great
conditioner. Also, it helps to short-
en our long season which runs
from September to March. Last
year I started polo because some
of the swimmers wanted to play,
and now I enjoy coaching it,"
But conditioning is the main ,
reason Stager has a dozen or so
of his varsity swimmers battering
each other around every after-
noon. Among them include Cap-
tain Gary Kinkead, sprinters Bob
and Greg Zann, butterflier Byron
McDonald, freshman Steve Mc- L.

hit three homers and batted .308.
Felipe Alou at .294 and Clete
Boyer at .278 were other leaders.
For the Mets the big man all
season long was Tommie Agee, the
ns in club's Mr. Everything. He batted
na- .364 against Atlanta. Cleon Jones
7pion hti .344 and knocked in 15 runs,
U. of four on a grand slam homer. Donn
The Clendenon, who came to the Mets
urn,- from Montreal in June, saw little
or on service against the Braves but
batted .429 for three games. Jerry
Grote's .333 and Art Shamsky's
.321 were other hot Met averages.
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Those imperialist renegades known as the Senior Sports Editors
have once again had the audacity (or stupidity) to make us print
their bourgeois Gridde Pickings. But the revisionist Peoples Enemy
shall no longer torment. us. Following the thoughts of the Great
Helmsman, we have commandered the Student Publications Building
and have done in "the Opiate of the Masses." Workers of the world
unite! To hell with the picks of the senior editors. Show us your own
true feelings! Forget about the materialistic Cottage Inn pizza you
might win! Beat Missouri!!!!!
Time is running out.! The enemy is at our door! Get your Picks
to us by midnight tonight!! All Hail tile Peoples' Revolution!

THE MUS"IC S-C
717 North University
Ann Arbor, Michigan

1.
2,
3.

Missouri at MICHIGAN
NEBRASKA at Minnesota
MICHIGAN STATE at Notre
Dame
UCLA at Northwestern
Stanford at PURDUE
SYRACUSE at Wisconsin
IOWA STATFE at Illinois
INDIANA at Colorado
O011o STATE at Washington
Arizona at IOWA
Mississippi at ALABAMA

12. Florida State at FLORIDA
13. South Carolina at GEORGIA
14. SOUTIIERN CAL at Oregon
State
15. Oregon at WASHINGTON ST.
16. Tulane at BOSTON COLLEGE
17. Holy Cross at DARTMOUTH
18. Maryland at WAKE FOREST
night
19. TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma
State
20. Morevian at WILKES

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JOEL BLOCK, Sports Eitor; (28-12, .700) - NICHIGAN, Notre Dame,
UCLA, Purdue, Svracuse, Iowa State, Indiaina, Ohio State, Arizona, Alabatna,
Florida, Georgia, Southern C:l. Washington State, Boston College, Dartmouth,
Wake Forest, Oklahom St:ite, \ilkes.
AND1Y i-llI:\S. Eenctive Sports Editor; (28-1?. .700) - MICHIGAN, Nebra-
ska, Aichigan State, UCLA, Purdue, Syracuse, Iowa State, Indiana, Ohio State,
10%%, Alabama. Florida, Georgia, Southern Cal,. \ashington State, Boston
College, 1artmouth,, Wake Forest, 'Texis Tech, Wilkes.
JIM FORItMESI. t. Associaite Shorts Editor; (14-6, .700) - 'MICHIGAN,
Nebraska, Notre Damie, UCL.\, Purdue, Syracuse, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State,
Iowa, Alabama, Florida, Georgiat, Southern Cal, Washington State, Tulane, Holy
Cross, 'Wake Forest, 'Texas '1ec h. AWilkes.
ROBIN WRIGHT, Associate Sports Editor - MICHIGAN, Minnesota,
Michigan State, It'1 A, Purdue, Syracuse, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Iowa,
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Southern Cal, Washirigton State, Boston College,
Dartmouthil, Wake iorest, Oklahoma State, \Wilkes.
BILL CtUStUAlANO, As.oriate Sports Editor, (28-12, 700) - MICHIGAN,
Nebraska, Miehig:n State, TI'CL., Purdue, Syracuse, Iowa State, Indiana, Ohio
State, .Iowa, .\lahaMa, Floridai, Georgia, Southern Cal, Oregon, Boston College,
Dartmouth, Wake Forest,. Texas lech. Wilkes.

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