THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNF'qDAY4 Ali: = 2R_ 1-4
PAGE SIX fUE MICHIGAN DAILY 1V1~'1ThTU~'QflAV QPDT 90 10 WV SjS~*~ ~fl.Jflfl a~ t).5j* a. *tO, *
YV L'L1 I G.7Ltf i, )JrrL. 40, lit
IN BEARDED BERKELEY:
Dodgers Win; Rain Halts Pirates
'M' Tarnishes Golden Bears, 17-7
By TheAssociated Press
The Los Angeles Dodgers re-
duced their magic number for
clinching the National League pen-
nant to three last night with a 2-0
victory over the St. Louis Cardi-
nals while second-place Pittsburgh
was rained out of its game at
clinches a second straight flag for scored Tommie Agee with the onlyj
Los Angeles. run of the game in the ninthI
Giants Win inning as the Chicago White Sox
San Francisco kept its slender nipped Boston 1-0 in the first
came back to take a 2-1 victory.
Tony Conigliaro sparked the vic-
tory with a key triple in the sixth
inning, driving in a run. He scored
on Don Buford's error on a ground
ball hit by George Scott.
hopes alive with a 6-3 victory over
the Atlanta Braves as Willie Mays
drove in four runs with his 36th
home run and a single.
The Giants trail Los Angeles by
game of a doubleheader.
In the nightcap, the Red Sox'
Ma o( I ar League Standings'
Don Drysdale won his fourth four games with five to play.
straight for the Dodgers and Hank Aaron accounted for all
raised his season's record to 13-16 the Atlanta runs with his 43rd
with a four-hitter. The Cardinals home run.
managed only four singles against Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, Chi-
the tall right-hander. cago at New York and Houston at
Ron Fairly hit his second home Cincinnati were all postponed by
run in as many nights for Los rain.
Angeles, connecting against Cardi- In the American League, New
nal starter Ray Washburn in the York at Washington and Kansas
second inning. It was his 13th City at Baltimore were rained out.
homer of the year. Cleveland Loses
The victory increased Los An- Harmon Killebrew hit his 37th
geles' National League lead to homer and Jim Perry pitched a
three games over the Pirates. Any three-hitter as Minnesota downed
combination of Dodger victories Cleveland 5-1.
or Pittsburgh losses totaling three Ken Berry's two-out single
x-Late game not included.
Minnesota 5, Cleveland 1
Chicago 1-1, Boston 0-2
Detroit at California (inc)
New York at Washington (rain)
Kansas City at Baltimore (rain)
Detroit at California (n)
Cleveland at Minnesota
New York at Washington (n)
Kansas City at Baltimore (2, n)
Only games scheduled
W L Pct. G13
Los Angeles 93 64 .592 -
Pittsburgh 90 67 .573 3
San Francis-co 89 68 .567 4
Philadelphia 85 72 .541 8
Atlanta 83 75 .525 101,
St. Louis 79 78 .503 14
Cincinnati 74 80 .481 171..
Houston 68 88 .436 24'..
New York 64 92 .410 281
Chicago 58 99 .369 35
San Francisco 6. Atlanta 3
Los Angeles 2. St. Louis 0
Chicago at New York (rain)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (rain)
Houston at Cincinnati (rain)
Chicago at New York (2)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2, n)
San Francisco at Atlanta (n)
Houston at Cincinnati (2, n)
Los Angeles at St. Louis
FOR SOME REASON CALIFORNIA DECIDED halfback Ernie Sharpe should operate under the appellation of "Ernest." He certainly
runs that way as he scoots around right end with Henry Hanna (64) and Ray Phillips helping to clear out the area. Sharpe gained 17
yards Saturday and also tossed a completed pass good for 28. Tackle Phillips was named Michigan's best blocker for the game.
Flash!! Contrary to popular be-
lief, RPI goes into this week's
contest with Hamilton sitting
comfortably on a one-game win-
A recent graduate of Rensselaer,
D. J. Cavicchio, Jr. informed The
Daily of yesterday's error, describ-
ing himself as "an eye witness to
the sweat and strain that the En-
gineers went through to build up
one of the longest losing streaks'
in college football history." The?
win Saturday was their first open-
ing game victory in 17 years.
Will history be defied again?
Bring your entries to 420 Maynard
St. by midnight Friday and win a
one-way ticket to RPI or two
tickets to the Michigan Theatre,
now showing "The Wrong Box."
1. North Carolina at MICHIGAN
2. Michigan State at Illinois
3. Missouri at UCLA
4. SMU at Purdue 13.
5. Notre Dame at Northwestern 14.
6. Texas at Indiana 15.
7. Pitt at California 16
8. Wisconsin at Iowa 16.
9. Kansas at Minnesota 17.
10. Washington at OSU 18.
11. Alabama at Mississippi 19.
12. Washington St. at Baylor 20.
LINEMAN OF THE WEEK:
Georgia Tech at Clemson
Duke at Virginia
Cornell at Colgate
Rice at Tennessee
Army at Penn State
Tulane at Stanford
LSU at Miami
Rensselaer Poly at Hamilton
It looked bad enough for favored America season performances on
CLEMSON, and things were get- the c o 11 e g i a t e scene. JACK
ting worse. VIRGINIA was leading CLANCY, split end for MICH-
35-18. There were only 18 minutes IGAN, ranks fourth nationally in
left. And Clemson's scrawny, 147- pass receiving with 18 catches for
pound quarterback, JIM ADDI- 280 yards in two games.
SON, was in pain from a shoulder DICK V I D M E R, Wolverine
injury. quarterback and the other half of
"We just put some bandages on the Michigan passing combo, has
that rascal's shoulder and told him a .645 percentage to rank with the
to go out there and fire away," nation's passing leaders but has
explained Coach FRANK HOW- not attempted enough to qualify
ARD. Moments later, Addison rif- for the AP's standings. Of the top
led an 11-yard scoring pass and ten passers listed by the AP, based
then ran the ball over himself for on total yardage, only BOB
a two-point conversion. GRIESE of PURDUE boasts a bet-
Before time had run out, Addi'-teprcna.
son directed Clemson to two more
touchdowns and a 40-35 comeback The most striking individual
victory. The heroics of the skinny performance listed, though, was
quarterback, who almost cost the JIM SEYMOUR'S record-setting
team's recruiter his job when he debut as a NOTRE DAME end
showed up looking like "an under- against Griese and the Boilermak-
fed rabbit" three years ago, earned ers Saturday. Seymour, playing in
him the nomination as the Asso- his first college game, snagged 13
ciated Press' Back of the Week passes for 276 yards to put him
yesterday. in ninth place among the coun-
This fairy-tale-like pattern car- try's pass receivers-all of which
ried over in the National Football have already played two games
League where BALTIMORE COLT this year.
defensive back AI HAYMOND In addition, the sophomore's
turned a 12-month-old nightmare total yardage Saturday was the
into a dream come true. SAN second highest ever garnered by a
FRANCISCO end DAVE PARKS single player in the major college
caught nine passes for 231 yards ranks.
against Haymond a year ago, but The DETROIT L I O N S, of
Haymond returned the compli- course, made the biggest gain over
ment Sunday by making a key in- the weekend when "flighty" run-
terception in the Colts' 36-14 de- ning back JOE DON LOONEY ran
cision over the 49ers. out on the team during halftime.
For his efforts, Haymond was Looney, who has changed his tune
named NFL Player of the Week by more times than a mockingbird,
the AP yesterday. now says he told Coach HARRY
But while the Associated Press GILMER, "If you want a messen-
was giving out weekly awards, it ger, call Western Union."
was also noting possible All- Somebody should have. '
THE LAWYERS CLUB
Needs Bus1 oys, Waiters,
and Kitchen Cleaners
The top rate is PAI D for your services
APPLY AT THE LAWYERS CLUB
Contact: Miss Steketee or Mrs. Langer
Call 764-1112 for information
by Jim Lines
CALIFORNIA MANAGED only one touchdown because the Mich-
igan defense was able to stop the big plays. Mike Bass does his
part by knocking down a pass intended for Jerry Bradley in the
end zone. Bass killed this Cal drive by breaking up three goal line
Just in time for back-to-campus. Your Honda dealer is having his Fall Sales
Spectacular. You'll find the kind of low down payments you've always looked
for. The terms are so easy you'll barely notice them. Drop by your Honda
dealer's today. Learn why some people have all the fun.
Free Brochure: Write American Honda Motor Co., Inc.,Depnrtment C-7, Box 50, Gardena, California 1966 A HM