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TUESDAY, ,A rmi u, 1947

THE MICHIGA It DAILY

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TuESDAY, APRIL 11, 1967 TUE MICHIGAX DAILY PAE~1! MKV~N

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Bait., Pitt.,
14 Others
Open Today,
By The Associated Press
Baltimore and Pittsburgh start
the job of living up to the pre-
season pennant picks today as the
big league teams complete their
two-day opening program.
If the weatherman is kind from
coast to coast, a total of about
245,000 Will watch today's pro-
gram for four day games and four
night games.
Hank Bauer's Orioles, who have
been shouting, "We're No. 1" since
they knocked off the Dodgers in
four straight, will send Dave Mc-
Nally, their World Series opener,
against Jim Kaat, Minnesota's
25-game winner, in an afternoon
game at Baltimore.
Orioles Set
The Orioles have a set lineup;
and the Twins' most important
addition, pitcher Dean Chance,
isn't slated to see action. About
40,000 are expected.
Pittsburgh also will play a day
game in New York where the 1967
breed of Mets' fans are due to
turn out 45,000 strong to see the
latest addition of the Marvelous
ones.
Don Cardwell, an ex-Pirate who
was critical of the management
for not pitching him more often
last year, gets a chance to get
even. He will be opposed by Bob
Veale, the Pirates' ace.
First Round Duel
The pitching battle of the open-
ing schedule figures to be. the
night game at St. Louis where
Juan Marichal, the San Francisco
Giants' 25-6 performer of last
year, will take on Bob Gibson,
who was 21-12 for the Cards.
The Cards will have Roger Maris
in right field and Mike Shannon
on third base in major moves.
The Giants' only change will be
Ken, Henderson in right. About
35,000 fans will be on hand.
Atlanta's powerful Braves will
be in the Astrodome to face Hous-
ton in another night game before
!' 30,000. Denny Lemaster is sup-
posed, to pitch for the Braves
against the Astros' Mike Cuellar.
The most important changes
will find former Yank Clete Boyet
playing third base for the Braves.
His predecessor, Eddie Mathews,
now is a first baseman at Houston.
Cubs Host Phillies
Wrigley Field in Chicago, .the
only big league park without
lights, will find Leo Durocher's
Cubs playing hosts to the Phillies.
Jim Bunning is due to work for
the Phils who have had their
problems filling in for the injured
Bill White at first. The Cubs will
open with 21-year-old Ken Holtz-
man, boomed as the next Sandy
Koufax. About 20,000 are expected.
Dick. Williams, of Boston, one
of three new managers in the
American League, will be at home
in Fenway Park where his Red
Sox meet the Chicago White Sox
before 20,000. Williams will throw
Jim Lonborg against John. Buz-
hardt in hopes of getting away
fast on opening day.
Detroit's bow under manager
Mayo Smith will be in California

Yanks Bomb'

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Mantle Hurt

By BILL LEVIS

Sharp pitching and power hit-
WASHINGTON UP) - The New ting led the Michigan baseball
team to its seventh straight vic-
York Yankees showing signs of ryas the Wolverines defeated
their famous past, exploded for Eastern Michigan yesterday 7-1.
seven runs in the third inning and Geoff Zahn and Jack Hurley
right - hander M e I Stottlemyre combined to hurl a one-hitter
while Les Tanona and Glenn Red-
pitched a two-hitter yesterday as mon each hit two run homers in
the Bronx Bombers crushed the the victory.
Senators 8-0 in the 1967 Amern- The Hurons got tneir only hit in
can League opener before Presi- the first inning as lead-off batter
dent Johnson. Dave Henegar drilled a grounder
Stottlemyre, a 20-game loser through the left side of the in-
last year, allowed only an infield field off starter Zahn. Henegar

the senior dug into one of Rob-
inson's offerings and laced it over
the right field fence, some 360
feet from the plate. The home run
gave the Wolverines a 2-0 lead in
the opening frame.
In the second, Andy Fisher led
off the inning with a wrong field
double. After Forsythe flied out
and Zahn grounded out, Redmon
came to the plate and hit a line
drive over the 380 mark in center
field to give Michigan a four run
bulge.
Settling Down
Robinson then settled down andj
didn't allow a run over the next
four innings that he worked. Jay
Schwalm took over for the Hurons
in the seventh and the Wolverines
jumped on the righthander for
three runs to put the game out
of reach,
Hurley, a good hitting pitcher
for the Wolverines, led off the
inning with a single and advanced
to second on a wild pitch. After
moving to third on an attempted
force when Redmon grounded to
the shortstop, Hurley scored on a
-single by Sygar.

Redmon then scored when Ta-
nona singled to right field for his
third RBI of the game, Keith
Spicer then sent a sacrifice fly to
center, bringing Sygar home with
the seventh and final run.
Benedict said after the game
that the Wolverines are continu-
Ing to improve. "As long as we
play, we keep improving. The boys
are all coming along."
Leading the hitting for Mich-
igan was Tanona with his homer
and three RBI's. Redmon also
impressed the sparce Ferry Field
Icrowd with his two-run round
tripper.
Michigan is now 11-4 on the
year while Eastern dropped to 7-6.
Zahn raised his record to 3-1
while Robinson, the loser, is now
1-2.
EMU 000 000 010-1 1 1
Michigan 220 000 30x-7 9 2
Batteries -EMU: Robinson,
Schwalm (7) a n d Casteel;
Mich.: Zahn, Burley (7) and
Nelson. W-Zahn (3-1), L-
Robinson (1-2). HR - Tanona,
Redmon.

single by Cap Peterson before Fredj
Valentine led off the ninth with
a ground single to right field.
Before Valentine's hit, Stottle-
myre also allowed only one ball
out of the infield, a fly by Ken
McMullen to Bill Robinson in
right. The Yankee hurler struck

--Associated Press
PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON makes a pointing gesture
during yesterday's major league opener at Washington. He may
bave been pointing at Yankee pitcher Mel Stottlemyre, who
pitched the Yanks to a-two-hit 8-0 win over the Senators.

out six and walked two.
Tee-off Time

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where the Tigers will open with
Denny McLain Faginst the Angels'
George Brunet in a night game
that is due to draw 35,000.
Joe Adcock will make his man-
agerial debut on the road when his
Cleveland Indians invade Kansas
City. Sam McDowell will work for
the Indians and Jim Nash for the
A's. About 20,000 are due to show
up for the night game.
There will be only a handful of
rookies in the starting lineups,
including Reggie Smith with Bos-
ton, Gus Gil with Cleveland, Joe
Rudi with Kansas City, Bosch
with the Mets, Henderson with
the Giants and Aaron Pointer with
the Astros.
It will be April 19 before all of
the 20 big league teams have
opened at home.
St. Louis Tradtes
Franeona to Phils
PHI-ADELPHIA ()-The Phil-
adelphia Phillies, without a regu-
lar first baseman since Bill White
injured his foot during the winter,
announced yesterday that they
have purchased first baseman Tito
Francona from the St. Louis
Cardinals.
The amount of money involved
in the straight cash deal was not
disclosed bygthe Phillies, who have
been using former second base-
man Tony Taylor at first base all-
spring.
The Phillies said that to make
room for Francona, pitcher Bill
Wilson was being sent outright to
their San Diego farm team in the
Pacific Coast League. .
Francona, 33, was in 83 games
for the Car'd last year.""e 4had
four home runs, 17 RBI and bat-
.ted, x22..1
He.played for St. Louis in 1965
and before that, was with Balti-
more, Detroit, Chicago. and Cleve-
land In the'Americah League dur-
ing the past 10 years.

Reds Wreck
Dodgers, 6.1
CINCINNATI OP)--Vada Pinson
and Deron Johnson cracked first
inning home runs and Dick Simp-
son followed with a pinch homer
in the seventh to give the Cincin-
nati Reds a 6-1 victory over the
Los Angeles Dodgers in the Na-
tional League opener yesterday.
Big Jim Maloney held the Dodg-
ers to five hits over the first
seven innings to earn the vic-
tory before a packed crowd of 28,-
422 in the traditional opener at
Crosley Field. After Maloney left
for a pinch hitter, Ted Abernathy
worked the last two innings.
Pinson and Johnson quickly
jumped on Dodger starter Bob
Miller for homers to give the Reds
all they needed. Both blows end-
ed up in the rightfield bleachers.
Miller Bombed Twice
Pinson picked on a 2-1 pitch,
and one out later, Johnson blasted
another Miller pitch into the
stands. Miller moved from the
bullpen to take 'over the retired
Sandy Koufax's spot in the start-
ing rotation, gave 'up five home
runs in all of 1966.
Miller was taken out in the
fifth inning for a pinch hitter,
and his reliever, Ron Perranoski,
gave up the homer to Simpson In
the seVenth.
The Reds got to Miller for two
more hits and another run in the
second inning, with Maloney aid-
ing his own cause. Catcher John
Edwards singled. went to third on
a single by Maloney and scord
on Tommy Harper's fly ball to
center.
Cincinnati picked up its final
two runs off Phil Regan in the
eighth on a walk to Pete Rose, a
single by Johnson, a sacrifice fly
by Tony Perez and a double by
Leo Cardenas.

The Yankees, who finished in
the cellar last season, teed off
early on Washington's starting
pitcher, Pete Richert, who was
14-14 during 1966.
Tom Tresh doubled down the
thrid base line in the third and
rookie Bill Robinson, acquired
from Atlanta in a trade for Clete
Boyer during the off-season, hit
the first homer of the season some
380 feet into the left-center field
Yankee bullpen.
Mickey Mantle, making his de-
but as a first baseman, singled to
left, and Joe Pepitone, who ex-
changed places with Mantle in
center, tripled to left field, scor-
ing Mantle.
Mantle, however, aggravated a
leg muscle he injured March 22
and was taken out of the game.
Elston Howard scored Pepitone
on a single to right, and Charlie
Smith beat out a hit to third
baseman McMullen.
Kennedy Doubles
After Horace Clarke flied to
center, Joh'h Kennedy, acquired
from the Los Angeles Dodgers,
doubled down the right field line,
scoring Howard and Smith.
Stottlemyre singled off relief
pitcher Darold Knowles to score
Kenrnedy.
In the seventh inning, Howard
hit 'hia ftst home run.
President Johnson, who had not
announced his plans, came to the
ballpark and threw out three
opening day pitches rather than
the usual one.

was then wiped out in a double
play as the next batter, Gary Bow-
ens, hit back to the pitcher. The
lone Eastern run came as the re-
sult of a walk and an error in the
seventh.
Zahn pitched the first six in-
nings and showed the style that
must rate him as the top pitcher
on the Wolverine squad this sea-
son. Coach Moby Benedict re-
marked afterwards that "Zahn
pitched his best game of the
spring. His fast ball was moving'
at times and so was his curve ball.
He was mixing up his pitches real
good."
Zahn Whiffs 10
Zahn's combinations were fool-
ing the Huron batters all after-
noon as ten Eastern players went
down on strikes in the six frames
the left-hander worked. Zahn only
walked one in his six-inning
stretch.
Benedict said after the game
that even though Zahn was work-
ing on a one-hitter at the time,
he had only planned to use him
six innings. The Michigan coach
is preparing Zahn for the Big Ten
season which opens Friday with
a doubleheader against Indiana in
Bloomington.
Sophomore Hurley came in to
pitch the final three frames and
continued the Wolverines' strike-
out mastery as he fanned five
Eastern batters to brings Mich-
igan's total to 15 for the day. The
two Huron pitchers were only able
to whiff five Michigan batters.
Hurley did have control trouble
though, giving up three walks. In
the eighth, he walked the lead-
off batter, third baseman Lonnie
Head, who then moved around to
third when second baseman Rick
Sygar missed the toss for the
force out at second on a grounder
hit by catcher Pete Casteel.
Hurley, shaken by the muffed
double play, then wild pitched
Head home for Eastern's only run.

The sophomore pitcher walked two
in the ninth but was able to get
out of the inning and the game
without any trouble.
Michigan struck in the first in-
ning against Huron starter Dale
Robinson. Lead-off man Glenn
Redmon took advantage of Robin-
son's wildness as he worked the
freshman for a walk. Sygar then
forced Redmon at second.
Left fielder Les Tanona was the
third batter in the inning and
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