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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAiLV

PAGE SEVEN

TJIJJUSJ)AY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Pirates Sweep

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Two; Dodgers

PHILADELPHIA (/'-A pair of
throwing errors by shortstop Dick
Groat helped Pittsburgh to two
runs as the Pirates clung to their;
National League pennant hopes
with a 4-2 victory over Philadel-
phia in the second game and a

ball over the bag, whirled and cisco Giants posted a 5-2 victoryj
threw him out. Pittsburgh foiled over Atlanta.
Jim Bunning's try for his 20th The triumph moved the third-,
uictory in the opener with a run in place Giants within three games
the third, when Matty Alou of the National League-leading
singled with one out, stole sec- Los Angele Dodgers, who bowed
ond and rode home on Manny to St. Louis, 2-0.

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of their twi-night double- Mviotas single to center. In the Perry, the major league's first
Wednesday. fourth, Clendenon smashed a home 20-game winner, won his 21st
n Clendenon's 28th home run into the lower left field seats. game of the season. He had failed
id a sensational final out Lose in eight previous attempts at vie-
; play by third baseman Dogers OSE tory No. 21 and had lost six of
agan helped the Pirates to ST. LOUIS (AP) - Rookie Larry them.
victory in the opener. The Jaster tied a 50-year-old record Perry started the rally that
moved Pittsburgh within. for shutouts and threw a road- helped decide the contest with a!
cmes of first place Los An- block into Los Angeles' drive for single in the fifth inning. Short-
The Pirates have three the National League pennant last stop Tito Fuentes followed with a
to play and the Dodgers night by pitching a four hitter two-run homer, his ninth of the
as St. Louis defeated the Dodgers season, over the left field fence. It
Veale, and Larry Jackson 2-0. gave the Giants a 3-2 lead.
ocked in a 2-2 tie in the Jaster, 22-year-old left-hander, Tony Cloninger, Atlanta start-
inning of the second game shut out the Dodgers for the fifth er, was the loser, His record is
Pittsburgh pushed across consecutive time this season. He 14-11.
ns. tied a modern NL record held by«

Twins Blank Indians
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. LOUIS -
(iP)-The Cleveland Indians spoil-
ed Jim Kaat's bid to become the
biggest winner in the major
leagues yesterday by defeating
Minnesota 4-0 behind Luis Tiant's
six-hit pitching.
Kaat, whose 25 victories ties
him with Sandy Koufax of Los
Angeles for the major league lead,
was tagged with his 12th defeat.
The Twins' southpaw yielded six
hits in eight innings, including
Joe Azcue's eighth home run.
Cubs and Mets Split
NEW YORK (/P) - Bob Shaw
pitched a six-hit shutout in lead-

Lose
ing the New York Mets to a 1-0
victory over Chicago and a split
of their doubleheader yesterday.
Ron Santo drove in two runs
with his 30th homer and a double
as the Cubs won the first game
4-1. The Mets executed a triple
play in the sixth inning of the
first game, the sixth in the ma-
jors this season.
Third baseman Ed Bressoud
grabbed Joe Amalfitno's liner and.
threw to second baseman Chuck
Hiller, who fired to Jim Hick-
man at first. John Boccabella and
Ron Campbell were the Cub base
runners.

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Earlier, the Piates took a 2-0
lead in the second inning on a
walk to Clendenon. Bill Mazeros-
ki's triple to right, and Groat's!
throwing error on the relay whichj
allowed Mazeroski to score.
The Phillies tied the score
against Veale in the fourth when
John Callison doubled to open the
inning. After one out, Rich Allen
singled toward the mound, and
when Veale's off balance throw'
sailed past first, Callison scored
and Allen took second. Harvey;
Kuenn bounced one over the
mound to Mazeroski for a single,
and when Mazeroski threw wild,
Allen scored.
In the first game, the Pirates
led 2-1 with two out in the ninth
when Allen tripled off the right
field wall. Bill White was hit by
a'pitch and Pirates Manager Har-
ry Walker called upon Tommy Sisk
to relieve Steve Blass.
Groat, the ex-Pirate whose four
hits help beat his old mates Mon-
day night, slashed a drive toward
left, but Jose Pagan, inserted at
the start of the inning for de-
fensive purposes,! backhanded the3
Coeds Sweep
Tennis Meet
Michigan's women tennis team
swept its way to victory over West-
ern Michigan last Saturday, win-
ning all five singles matches and
both doubles sets.
Miss Diane Ross,; the team's
coach, explained that the victory
culminated two years of frustrated
attempts to arrange coed tourna-
ments. "We have had trouble
scheduling matches because we
play in the fall whereas most of
the other neighboring schools do
not start tennis until the spring,"
Miss Ross said.
With the win against WMU, the
team hopes to schedule matches
for this and subsequent years. The
women's team has one other en-
counter scheduled this fall against
Kalamazoo, Oct. 29.
Against Western, all ranked
Wolverine players participated in
thervictory except fifth ranked
Chris Pitts, who was ill. She was
replaced by Claudia Zucker, a
sophomore.
MICHIGAN 7, WESTERN MICHIGAN 0
Singles
1) Nancy Davidson (M) d. Shirley
Mueller (WMU)
2) Lynne Rothschild (M) d. Betty
Johnson (WMU)
3) Joyce Bezdek (M) d. Phyllis Caruso
(WMU)
4) Joan Grossman (M) d. Sheely
Kirkland (WMU)
5) Claudia Zucker (M) d. Rita Cam-
bos (WMU)
Doubles
1) Chris Mundie and Martha Moore
(M) d. Charlotte Peterson and Turner
(W MU)
2) Kathy Seirnar and Judy Gatz (M)
d. Terry Essingei and Barb Beck (WMU)

Grover Alexander, who pitched
five shutouts for Philadelphia
against Cincinnati in 1916. Alex-
ander's shutouts, however, were
not in succession.
Jaster also broke the record of
four consecutive shutouts against
one team held by Fred Fitzsim-
mons of the New York Giants, who
accomplished the feat against Cin-
cinnati in 1929.
Giants Triumph
ATLANTA - Gaylord Perry
shrugged off a month-long jinx.
and Jim Hart got four hits Wed-
nesday night as the San Fran-

Astros Edge Reds
CINCINNATI (P)- Ron Davis'
run-scoring double with two out!
in the ninth inning gave the
Houston Astros a 4-3 victory overI
Cincinnati last night and a split
of their doubleheader.
The Reds won the opener 7-1
behind homers by Don Pavletich
and Art Shamsky.
Winning pitcher Mike Cuellar,
who went out for a pinch hitter in
the ninth, hit his first major
league homer in the fifth.
Jim Maloney scattered\ eight hits
for his 16th victory in 24 decisions.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
y-Baltimore 96 60 .615 -
x-Detroit 87 71 .551 10
Minnesota 86 72 .544 11
Chicago 82 77 .516 15>,
Cleveland 80 79 .503 171
x-California 78 80 .494 19
x-Kansas City 71 86 .452 25
Washington 71 88 .447 26i
Boston 72 90 .444 27
New York 68 88 .436 28
x-Late games not included.
y-Clinched pennant.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 4, Minnesota 0
Detroit at California (nc)
New York at Washington (2, rain)
Kansas City at Baltimore (2, rain)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Washington (n)
Only game scheduled

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