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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. SEPTE ER 2S.1969

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Twins Clinch Tie;
Koufax KO's Mark

NATIONAL ROUNDUP:
Nebraska Halts Air Force, 27-17

By The Associated Press
In perhaps the season's most
exciting day of major league base-
ball, the Minnesota Twins clinched
a tie for the American league pen-
nant, Sandy Koufax broke Bob
Feller's season strike-out mark,
Willie Mays tied a National League
home run record, and 60-year-old
Satchel Paige starred in his major
league comeback with the Kansas
City A's.
The Twins, who hadn't won a
game since last Sunday, swept a
doubleheader from Washington
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loss, and the 1965 AL pennant By The Associated Press
race will be over. Highlight of AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
the doubleheader sweep was the -Frank Solich's 80-yard touch-
one-hit pitching performance of down run on the first scrimmage
Jim Grant. play set off a 21-point first quar-
Koufax eclipsed Bob Feller's ter salvo by No. 2 ranked Nebraska
strikeout mark while pitching the but Air Force rallied to within
Dodgers to their eighth straight four 'points before losing yester-
victory. day to the Cornhuskers 21-17.
Satchel Paige, the oldest play- Solich, 158-pound senior speed-
er ever to play ingthe majors, ster, ripped off 41 and 21 yard
'pitched three innings of one-hit, touchdowns later to insure Ne-
no-run baseball against the Bos- braska's second victory in two
ton Red Sox yesterday. starts. Air Force suffered its sec-
ond straight loss.
Major League DanRadtke's conversion place-
L~J~~1kick pulled Air Force up to 21-17
Standings after four minutes of the third
quarter. Nebraska regrouped and
AMERICAN LEAGUE with two minutes left in the quar-
w L Pct. GB ter sent Solich on his third touch-
Minnesota 98 58 .628 - down gallop from 41 yards out.

fense and led underdog Missis- Biletnikoff fired a 20-yard pass to and Tennessee battled to a 13-13
sippi State to an 18-13 victory over end Steve Smith for the score. tie yesterday in a Southeastern
eighth-ranked Florida yesterday. The Hurricane ace connected Conference football game marked
Cook threw a perfect 23-yard again in the third period on a 16- by ragged play by both teams.
toss to Don Saget midway innthe yard touchdown pass to fullback Tennessee forged ahead twice
final quarter for the winning Fred Cassidy after Larry Bodie ......._,._,_

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touchdown.
Another Cook-to-Saget pass for'
20 yards set up the first Bulldog
touchdown. Cook ran four yards
for the second one after complet-
ing a 46-yarder to Marcus Rhoden.
Florida, one of the preseason
favorites for the Southeasternt
Conference title, appeared to havet
command in the early stages andw
held a 13-6 halftime lead to thet
delight of 46,000 spectators.
* * *
Syracuse Surprised
SYRACUSE, N.Y.-Miami cap-
italized on a series of Syracuse
miscues and rode the passing of
Bob Biletnikoff to a 24-0 upset oft
the ninth-ranked Orange yester-
day.
LeRoy Lewis, a 210-pound de-i
fensive tackle, set up the Hurri-j
canes' first touchdown when hej
recovered a Syracuse fumble on
the Orange 23. Two plays later,L

oby capitalizing on breaks for
picked off a Rick Cassata pass to touchdowns. But stubborn Auburn

give Miami a first down on the
Orange 35.
Ramblers Wrecked
ATLANTA, Ga. - Sophomore
quarterback H a r r y Ledbetter
threw a 26-yard touchdown pass
with 84 seconds to play yesterday
to cap a Texas A&M comeback
and a 14-10 football victory over
Georgia Tech.
The 194 - pound rookie had
scored three minutes earlierto
touch off the rally which wiped
out a 10-0 deficit and sent the
Aggies to their first triumph of
the year.
The winning aerial went to
Lloyd Curington, who caught it
in the end zone.
* * *
Vols Tie
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Auburn

battled back to deadlock the
count with 2 minutes, 20 seconds
left.
Sophomore quarterback Charles
Fulton scored Tennessee's two
touchdowns on sprints of 6 and
13 yards.
Arkansas Wins
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Sub-
stitute quarterback Ronny South
kicked a 45-yard field goal to get
the lead and fifth ranked Arkansas
drove 77 yards in the fourth quar-
ter to ice a 20-12 come-from-be-
hind football victory over Tulsa
yesterday.
South's kick, a school record,
put new life in Arkansas' stagger-
ing offense, which revived against
a Tulsa defense 40 pounds heav-
ier per man for the clinching
score.

Baltimore
Chicago
Detroit
Cleveland
New York
California
Washington
Boston
Kansas City

89 64 .582
90 66 .577
85 70 .548
82 72 .532
75 82 .478
73 84 .465
67 88 .432
61 96 .389
57 97 .370

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 2-2, California 1-
Minnesota 5-5, Washington 0-3
Chicago 3-2, New York 1-0
Detroit 4, Cleveland 1
Boston 5, Kansas City 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at Washington
Chicago at New York
California at Baltimore
Cleveland at Detroit (n)
Boston at Kansas City
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
San Francisco 91 63 .591
Los Angeles 90 64 .584
x-Cincinnati 87 66 .569
Pittsburgh 85 71 .545
Milwaukee 82 72 .532
Philadelphia 80 74 .519
St. Louis 75 78 .490
Chicago 70 85 .452
x-Houston 62 91 .405
New York 49 107 .314
x-Late game not included.
-YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 7, Milwa~ukee 5
Los Angeles 2, St. Louis 0
Chicago 6, Pittsburgh 3
Philatelphia 4-1, New York 1-4
Cincinnati at Houston (ine)
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at San Francisco
St. Louis at Los Ange es
Cincinnati at Houston
New York at Philadephia
Pittsburgh at Chicago

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