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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1.967

THE MICIIIG.I Y DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1967 TUE MICUIG. N DulLY PAGE ~EVE?.

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Batmen

Soar

Past

Irsh,
Tsh,

6-3'

Philadelphia Eliminates Bostoir
Montreal, Toronto Win in NHL

By RUSS ROJAKOVICK
One bouncing, ground-ball single
through the middle of the Notre
Dame infield made a lot of Michi-
gan people happy yesterday, es-
pecially Jim Hosler and Joe Notz.
Pinch-hitter Doug Nelson, who
produced the hit, came through
at just the right moment to take
these two off the hook and help
produce a 6-3 Wolverine victory
over the visitors from South Bend.
Going into the bottom of the
eighth inning, the score was tied
3-3 because of a mix-up while
Hosler was base-running.
In the sixth, after Keith Spicer
flew out, Hosler lifted a short
single to center and then stole sec-
ond. Andy Fisher, the next batter,
was hit by a pitch before John
Craft :popped to third.
Holy Moby
Then, with two out, Chuck
Schmidt rapped a line single to
right field. Hosler, rounding third,
was momentarily stopped by
coach Moby Benedict, and then
waved on. While he raced towards
home plate, Notre Dame right
fielder Frank Kwaiatowski bobbled
the ball, and Schmidt tried for
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Michigan's freshman baseball
team will play a doubleheader
against Eastern Michigan today
at 1 p.m. at Ferry Field. The
varsity squad will open the Big
Ten season Friday in a double-
header against Indiana.
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second. However, he was tagged
out an instant before Hosler cross-
ed the plate.
The run, which probably would
have been scored had. Hosler not
hesitated at third, was negated.
And at the time it loomed very
important.
In the top of the seventh, the
Clay Fight
Voted Down
By The Associated Press
CARSON CITY, Nev.-The Ne-
vada Athletic Commission, at the
urging of Gov. Paul Laxalt, re-
fused yesterday at an emergency
meeting to license the proposed
-heavyweight championship fight
April 25 between champ Cassius
Clay and former title holder Floyd
Patterson.
Laxalt said the fight would be
a mis-match. He was successful in
getting the commission to revoke
its tentative agreement, made last
Wednesday to sanction the bout,
which would have been the sec-
ond in Las Vegas between Clay
and Patterson.
Commission chairman James
Deskin said the revocation was
final.
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Billboard
* There will be an 'M' Club
meeting at the Union at 8:30 to-
night. The recipient of the Doe
Losh Trophy will be named and
the election of officers will be
held. Sophomore lettermen are
invited to attend.

Irish pulled ahead when Kwaia-
towski doubled in Tom Tencza
from second base
But in the bottom of the same
inning, Rick Sygar scored on Les
Tanona's single to once again tie
the score, setting the stage for
Nelson's blow.
Strategy Pays Off
After Hosler and Fisher had
grounded out to start the eighth,
catcher John Craft unloaded a
double to deep center. The Irish
chose to walk the next hitter,
Chuck Schmidt, in order to face
Joe Notz, the pitcher. Benedict
Notre Dame 101 000 100 3 7 1
Michigan 002 000 13x 6 12 0
Batteries - ND: Cuggino and
Kernan; Mich.: Zepp, Notz (6),
Kerr (9) and Craft. W-Notz
(2-0), L-Cuggino (1-1). HR-
Tencza.

then brought in pinch hitter Nel-
son, who greeted opposing hurler
Tom Cuggino with a single up the
middle to provide the margin of
victory. Glenn Redmon and Sygar
followed with insurance singles,.
increasing the lead to three runs.
Relief pitcher Joe Notz was
credited with the win, bringing
his season's record to 2-0. Bill
Zepp, 'who started and worked the
first five innings for the Wolver-
ines, and Joe Kerr, who mopped
up in ninth, also turned in good
jobs. (Together the trio recorded
fifteen strikeouts, highest total
by Michigan moundsmen this year.
Eight different men in the Wol-
verine lineup collected hits, six
scored runs, and six picked up
RBI's. Thus, Nelson's two-out
single in the bottom of the eighth
capped a team effort to win the
game for Michigan.

DOUG NELSON

BILL ZEPP

Birds Open Title Defense with Win

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE -The Baltimore
Orioles, world champions of 1966,
scored four runs in their first time
at bat In 1967, and went on to de-
feat the Minnesota Twins 6-3 yes-
terday in an, American League
opener.
A two-run homer by Brooks
Robinson, just inside the left field
foul pole, capped the outburst be-
fore Minnesota's Jim Kaat retired
a batter.
Kaat, a 25-game winner last
season, hit Curt Blefary with a
pitch to ignite the rally. Blefary
scored when left fielder Bob Al-
lison misjudged Luis Aparicio's
soft liner in a stiff breeze for a
double and Frank Robinson's
single scored Aparicio.
Replay
Robinson then connected with
his two-run blast, just as he did
opening day last year when the'
Orioles started on the way to their
first American League pennant.
Brooks also contributed three
sparking fielding plays at third
base in the first three innings, and
left fielder Blefary started a
double play in the first irnning
after reaching above the left field
fence to rob Rich -Rollins of a
homer.
Baltimore starter Dave. McNally
struggled even with the support
.and finally was chased as Minne-
sota scored three runs in the fifth.
* * *

Johnny Callison, Tony Gonzalez
and Clay Dalrymple and Cookie
Rojas' squeeze bunt..
Bunning finally weakened in
the fifth, wielding the first Cub
run on Dick Bertell's triple and
Adolfo Phillips' double.
* * * -
Pirates Beat Mes
NEW YORK - Jesse Gonder's
run-producing double broke a
3-3 tie in the ninth inning. yester-
day and lifted Pittsburgh to a 6-3
victory over the New York Mets
in the opening game for both Na-
tional League Baseball teams.
Gonder, a former Met, drove a,
pitch off the scoreboard in right
field, scoring Gene Alley, who had
opened the frame with a double.
A squeeze bunt by Matty Alou,
a stolen base and another single
by Maury Wills accounted for two
more Pittsburgh runs.
The Mets, who never have won
an opening-day game, committed
five errors.
A crowd of 31,510 on a cool, clear
day in Shea stadium saw the
Mets take a 3-1 lead in the fourth
on Jerry Grote's two-run homer.
Ron Swoboda led off the inning
with a dodble and one ,out later,
Grote slammed Bob Veale's pitch
into the lower left field stands.
The Pirates tied -the score in the
sixth helped by two Met errors.
Shortstop Bud Harrelson let Ro-
berto Clement's grounder go
through him. Don Clendenon
singled and when right fielder
Cleon Jones let the ball get away,
Stargell scored and Clendonon
reached third. Bill Mazeroski'§
double to left tied it.

Repoz scored. Repoz was running a-er, protested because of the
for Joe Rdui, who reached first white shoes worn by Nash, which
base on a walk with one out. Adcock claimed distracted the hit-
Steal ters. The other A's also wore white
Repoz stole second and two shoes.
walks filled the bases before Web- Cleveland had tied the count at
ster batted for winning pitcher 3-3 in the sixth inning on Chuck
Jim Nash. Hinton's double, a walk and a two-
The Indians played the game run double by Duke Sims.
under protest after Nash's first The A's had taken a 3-1 lead
pitch. Cleveland Manager Joe Ad- on Joe Nosseks two-run single in
cock, in his first game as a man- the third inning.

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia 76ers battled from a 16-
point second period defiict to bury
the Boston Celtics 140-116 last
night and capture the National
Basketball Association's Eastern
Division final playoff series, 4-1.
The victory sent the 76ers into
the NBA finals against the win-
ner of the current San Francisco-
St. Louis series and ended Bos-
ton's 10-year domination of the
East. Boston had won 10 straight
Eastern playoff titles and eight
consecutive NBA crowns.
Boston opened strong, building
a 37-28 first period lead, and with
five minutes gone in the second
quarter the Celtics were up 53-37.
Comeback
But Chet Walker and Wilt
Chemberlain led a 76er comeback
that sliced the margin to 70-65 at
halftime. Walker scored 13 and
Wilt 11 points in the surge.
Wally Jones who was benched
early by coach Alex Hannum came
alive in the third quarter with
eight-for-nine from the field as
the 76ers gained the lead for the
first time.
The score was tied five times in
the contest that was punctuated
by periodic egg-throwing from the
stands.
Chamberlain, who scored 29
points, grabbed 36 rebounds,
handed out 13 assists and blocked
seven shots, helped to turn the
game into a rout.
Hal Greer led the winners with
32 points while Walker chipped in
with 26 and Jones 23.
John Havlicek tallied 38 and
Larry Siegfried 24 in Boston's los-
ing effort.
Leafs Take Lead
TORONTO-The Toronto Maple
Leafs, given a second straight job
of great goal-tending by Terry
Sawchuk, walloped the Chicago
Black'Hawks 3-1 last night to take
a 2-1 edge in the best-of-seven
Stanley Cup semifinal series.
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with 100 regular season shutouts,
had a whitewash going until
three-and-a-half minutes :emain-
ed in the final period when Bobby
Hull scored on a power-play.
While Sawchuk was keeping
Chicago in check, Ron Ellis,
Frank Mahovlich and Jim Pappin
pumped in goals for the Maple
Leafs in the fi!'st two periods.
The Hawks will attempt to even
up th eseries in Toronto tomorrov
night after which the two teams
journey to Chicago for game five
Saturday afternoon.
* . .
Montreal Over N.Y.
NEW YORK - Claude Larose
and Jean Beliveau stunned New
York with goals in the opening
minutes of play sparking the
Montreal Canadiens to a 3-2 vic-
tory last night that pushed the
Rangers to the brink of elimina-
tion in the National Hockey
League playoffs.

After Larose and Beliveau gave
Montreal a 2-0 jump with the
game only three minutes, nine
seconds old, the defending Stanley
Cup champions held off a desper-
ate Ranger rally for their third
straight victory in the best-of-
seven games semifinal series.
The Rangers now must win four
straight to gain the Cup finals in
the first post-season appearance
since 1962. The fourth game will
be played tomorrow night in New
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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

GB

New York 1 0 1.000 --
Baltimore 1 0 1.000 _
Kansas City 1 0 1.000 -
x-California 0 0 .000 f.
Chicago 0 0 .000 Y
x-Detroit 0 0 .000 1/
Boston 0 0 .000
Cleveland 0 1 .000 1
Minnesota 0 1 .000 1
Washington 0 1 .000 1
x-Late game not; included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 6, Minnesota 3
Chicago at Boston (ppd, cold)
Kansas City 4, Cleveland 3
California 4, Detroit 0 (4th inn)
Onl~y games scheduled
Final 1966
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Cincinnati
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Houston
St. Louis
Atlanta
San Francisco
Philadelphia'
New York
Los Angeles

W L
1 0
1 0
10
1 0
1 0
0 1
0
0 1
0 1
0 1

Pct.
1.000
1.000
1.000'
1.000
1.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000

GB
1
1
1
1
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 6, New York 3
Chicago 4, Philadelphia 2
Houston 6, Atlanta I
St. Louis 6, San Francisco 0
Only gamcs scheduled
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Baltimore
Minnesota
Detroit
Chicago
Cleveland
California
Kansas City
Washington
Boston
New York

W
97
89
88
83
81
80
74
71
72
70

L
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73
74
79
81
82
86
88
90
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10
15
17
18
23
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Los Angeles
San Francisso
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Atlanta
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Houston
New York
Chicago

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93
92
87
85
83
76
72
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68
70
75
77
79
84
90
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