THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, October 4, 1969
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By The Associated Press in the opene
BALTIMORE-Outfielder Frank EDT, and Ma
Robinson said yesterday the Balti- against them
more Orioles "shouldn't have to "Sometimes
prove again" that they're the best teams change
team in the American League. we're going t
"We've already proved that over run. That cou
162 games," Robinson said on the mental mista
The Mets, once the darlings of
futility, overtook the Cubs, who
r Saturday, 1 p.m., Mets, Braves ready
rtin promised to "run
quite a bit."
s in a crucial game,
e and become more
' Martin said, "butd
D play our game and
ald lead to errors or
eve of the league's inaugural play- Weaver seemed more concerned
off to decide the World Series about the Twins' hitting and pow-
participant. "Now, we have to do it er, rather than their base running.
again in a five-game series." "Minnesota has an explosive
"We're impressed by Baltimore's team," he said. "If you get three,
109 wins," said manager Billy four or five runs ahead, you try
Martin of the Minnesota Twins, i to get more before Killebrew hits'
e rthe ball out."
the Orioles' playoff opponents.ry" Martin said Cuellar's screwball
enables him to get righthanded
Martin, manager Earl Weaver batters out easier than left-hand-
of the Orioles, and Harmon Kille- ers, but at the same time he an-
brew, Rod Carew and Jim Perry nounced that right-handed swing-
of the Twins participated in a ers Bob Allison and George Mit-
news conference between workouts terwald would be in the startling
by the teams in Memorial Sta- line-up.
dium, "They're both swinging hot bats
Perry, 20-6, will start for Min- right now," Martin explained. "I
nesota against Mike Cuellar, 23-11, like hot bats."
Major League Standings
ATLANTA - The pressure that held a nine game late season edge,
goes with long winning streaks to win the East by eight. Atlanta
was lifted from the New York won the West by three games
Mets and Atlanta Braves Thurs- over San Francisco, but the tor-
day, but there still will be plenty rid race saw five teams in the
to go around when the teams open title picture as late as three weeks
their best-of-five series for the ago.
National League championship The Mets late-season streak was
here today. led by their outstanding pitching
The Mets, winners of the East corps while the Brave streak vas
Division, lost their nine-game win- highlighted by good pitching and
ning string in a 5-3 defeat at the the red-hot bat of Rico Carty,
hands of the Chicago Cubs while who had a .387 average as At-
Cincinnati ended the Braves' 10- lanta won 17 of its last 20 games
game streak 8-3 as the regular in September. Tony Gonzalez hit
season ended Thursday. .489 in the Braves' final 10 game
Atlanta, listed as an 11-10 favor- winning streak.
ite over the Mets, clinched the
West Division crown Tuesday by Hank Aaron, who played on two
trimming the Reds 3-2. New York Braves' pennant winners in Mil-
wrapped up its division last week wauke, swatted five of his 44 home
by bankng S. Luis -0.runs against the Mets and 'atted
by blanking St. Louis 6-0. .325. Aaron led the Braves in hit-
The Mets, who arrived here .2.ArnldteBae nht
Thursday night, hold an 8-4 edge ting with a .300 mark. Carty hit
over Atlanta this year..343 but didn't have enough at
The opening game - it startsbats to qualify for hitting honors.
at 4 p.m. EDT - will match the The Mets' top hitters against
aces of the two teams - 25-game Atlana were Tommie Agee with a
winner Tom Seaver of the Mets .364 and Cleon Jones .344. Jones
and 23-game winner Phil Niekro of .finished third in the National
the Braves. League batting race at .340.
METS' MANAGER GIL HODGES (center) helps New York's ace
righthander Tom Seaver. (left) and lefthander Jerry Koosman
(right) raise the rawhide sphere high in the air. Seaver will start
for the Mets against Atlanta today while Koosman will start
2:00-4:00 P.M.: ISRAELI FOLK DANCING
4:00-5:00P.M ERECEPTION FOR
SCULPTURESS BARBARA BRODSKY
All Are Invited to View Her Work
7:30 P.M.: SOVIET JEWRY SIMHAT
TORAH CELEBRATION. Israeli and
Hasidic Songs and Dances.
Cider and Donuts
MONDAY, OCT. 6: BROWN BAG LUNCH
12:00 Noon: MUG Conference Room 1
"The Self-Hating Jew"
TUESDAY, OCT. 7: JEWISH PEACE FELLOWSHIP
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8: GRAD COFFEE HOUR
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
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NATIONAL GRID SCENE:
Florida State Seminoles go on warpath
as Arkansas tackles
By SANDI GENIS
for information, call 769-7358 or 665-4636
The Seminoles are on the war-
path again and this afternoon
they'll battle the enemy in Gains-
ville, Florida, as they tackle thej
twelfth-ranked Gators of the Uni-
versity of Florida in one of col-
lege football's most vicious rival-
Displaying a plucky offense
powered by superb quarterback
Bill Cappleman to complement
their rugged defense, Florida
tate upset highly regarded Miami
16-14 a week ago.
Meanwhile,the Gators, who sur-
prised the football world with their
stunning 59-34 win over Houston
two weeks ago behind the sensa-,
tional passing of sophomore John
Reaves, continued to roll as they
drubbed a tough Mississippi State
IN THE BATTLE for south-
western supremacy third-ranked
Arkansas takes on a troublesome
Texas Christian squad in an all
important conference clash. In
their 62-0 humiliation at the
hands of Ohio State a week ago,
the Horned Frogs' offense which
scored 35 points against PurdueI
in its first g a m e, sputtered as
flashy quarterback Steve J u d y
failed to complete 16 of 25 passes.
In shutting out their opponents
for the second straight week, with
a 55-0 romp over Tulsa, the Raz-
orbacks exhibited awesome defen-
sive power that, combined with
Bill Montgomery's offensive wiz-
ardry, should give Arkansas an
easy conference victory.
Meanwhile, t h e rival Texas
Longhorns play host to a rough
Navy team that scored 22 points
against Penn State's mighty de-
fense two weeks ago. It is ques-
tionable, however, whether t h e
Middies' strong ground game will
be able to make much of a dent in
a Longhorn defense that has yield-
ed only one touchdown this sea-
For their part, the fourth-rank-
ed Longhorns' triple-option of-
fense, highlighted by t h e fear-
some ground-gaining power of Ted
Koy, Steve Worster, and Jim
Bertelsen, should give the Middies'
line a few worries.
The fifth-ranked Trojans of
U.S.C. will have a war of their own
this afternoon as they invade Cor-
vallis, Oregon to m e e t Oregon
State's Beavers. The Trojans
come off a 48-6 romp over North-
western, paced by t h e brilliant
passing of Jimmy Jones and rush-
ing of tailback Clarence Davis.
SECOND-RANKED Penn State
goes after their fourteenth con-
secutive win this afternoon when,
they tangle with a powerful Kan-I
sas State team. Even without the'
services of star halfback Charlie
Pittman, the Nittany Lions rout-
ed a scrappy Colorado squad 27-3.
In defeating the Buffaloes the!
Lions exhibited a ferocious de,
fense that kept Bob Anderson, the
nation's top rushing quarterback
the past two years, penned up for
the entire game. The potent run-
ning attack displayed by the sur-
prising Wildcats in their 42-27
find the going awfully rough
against the Lions' brilliant line,
and Penn State should coast to
their third victory.
UNDER THE LIGHTS of Bir-
mingham tonight two of the
S.E.C.'s big powers, Alabama and
Mississippi will clash.
The fifteenth-ranked Crimson
Tide looked impressive as t h e y
rushed over Southern Mississippi
a week ago 64-14. Behind the per-
tect passing of quarterback Scott
Hunter the Tide scored the first
eight times it handled the ball.
Meanwhile, the twentieth-rank-
ed Rebels dropped a heartbreaker
to Kentucky 10-9. Rebel quarter-
back Archie Manning, an o u t-
standing runner and passer, pro-
vides the real offensive threat for
Mississippi and could give the Al-
abama defense a little trouble.
At Cambridge two of the East's
better teams go at it when the
Crimson of Harvard meet the Ter-
riers of Boston University in an
T h e Crimson, top contenders
for the Ivy League crown, lay a
ten game winning streak on the
line following last week's 13-0 win
ETHOS OR VOSS IS DOSS"
id Bob Rockaway
Marvin Felheim an
victory over Arizona last week will [over a strong Holy Cross team.
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