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FRIDAY, OCTOBER '7, 1966

THE MICHIGAN D A 1 LV

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7,1966 THE MIChIGAN DAIlY PAGE SEVEN

Miscues
LOS ANGELES (AP)-The Los job done
Angeles Dodgers' defense collapsed only 20;
in a record tying six-error farce until 0
Thursday while Baltimor's Jim Koufa
Palmer became the youngest whose 1
pitcher to throw a World Series the penr
shutout with a 6-0 victory over the Sunday,
mighty Sandy Koufax. the em
It was the second straight for
the Orioles, who went into the He wa
Series as 8-5 underdogs. and wr
The Dodgers outdid the New with yo
got the
York Mets in their zaniest daysIgotht12-

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e by young Palmer, who is knocked in Etchebarren with the had more than one man on base in
years old. He won't be 21 third run of the fifth and it was an inning was the second when a
ct. 15. all over but the booing. walk to Fairly, a double by Lou
ax, the 27-game winner Powell's single knocked in the I Johnson and an intentional pass
ast game victory clinched fourth run in the sixth, and Balti- to Wes Parker filled them up.
nant forthe Dodgers last more added two more in the Koufax ended it by popping out.
,was an innocent victim of eighth with the help of another er-
barrassing collapse. ror, this time a wild throw by With a 2-0 lead in this best-of-7
nit. h Rn P ra~nki e~ie B ltimrnw oea n_

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as working on a two-hitterj
apped up in a 0-0- duel
ung Palmer when Willie
willies in the dazzling sun.

When Sandy left after six in-r
nings, he had allowed only one
earned run among the four on the1
Baltimore side of the scoreboard.<
That was more than enough for
f Palmer, a handsome youngster
who likes to ward off the evil spir-
its by carrying bubble gum in his
hip pocket and wolfing down pan-
cakes for breakfast.
Fantastic Fifth
You had to see this fifth inning
to believe it, and it still is hard to
believe.
It started out calmly enough
with a single to left by Boog Pow-
ell, only the second hit off Koufax.
Brooks Robinson fouled out. Then
it happened.
Paul Blair lofted a high fly to
center which Davis seemed to lose
in the sun. At the last minute, he
grabbed for the ball around his
knees, but it fell out of his glove
WILLIE DAVIS for a two-base error.
whe WilieDavsusullya fne Andy Etchebarren, the next
center fielder, made a record threeba t looearball and missed
misplays in the fifth inning, and two strikes before he, too, hit a
mispaysin he ifthInnngandball into short left center.
his mates chipped in with three n
more before the end of the Dod- The 'Willies'
gers' longest day. In came Willie, but once more
Many of the 55,947 fans began he lost the ball for an error. Davis
walking out in the late innings. compounded the goof by throwing
Palmer Perfect the ball wild over third base, and
Almost overlooked in this hor- Blair followed Powell across the
rendous collapse of the defense- plate.
minded Dodgers was the four-hit Luis Aparicio's double to left
38-22-36
GOOD AT FIGURES? Petition now for
Women's Athletic Association treasurer.
Please fill out a form at the Barbour gym office
WANT TO TRIM YOUR FIGURE? Come take an envig-
orating study break. Attend the organizational
meetings of
GYMNASTICS CLUB-Tuesdays 7:15, Barbour Gym
ARCHERY CLUB-Thursday Oct. 6, 7:15, WAB
CO-ED Square Dance-Sat. Oct. 15, 8-I1 P.M. WAB

pitcner ron verranos i. series, zainmore now taxes a com-
Frank Robinson walked and mandig position. Friday is an off
Brooks Robinson singled before day for travel, but they will re-
Dave Johnson singled off Perra- sume Saturday in Baltimore where
noski's glove. Ron threw the ball the next three-if three are need-
into the dugout. It was ruled that ed-will be played.
Frank Robinson scored on the hit Wally Bunker, a 21-year-old-
and Brooks on the error. right-hander with a 10-6 record.
Palmer struck out six and walk- will face the Dodgers' left-handed
ed three, including one intention- Claude Osteen, 17-14, in tomor-
ally. The only time the Dodgers row's third game.
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