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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1966

PAGETEN HE ICHIAN AILYSUNAY, CTOER 9196

Bunker Shutout Dims

BALTIMORE (A) - Baltimore's
poor, old, beat-up pitching staff+
ran its World Series string of+
scoreless innings to 24 yesterday
when Wally Bunker blanked the
Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 on a
homer by Paul Blair for a third
straight Oriole victory.
Blair, the only man to pass first
b a s e against Dodger pitcher
Claude Osteen, went all the way
with a 430-foot home run into the
left field bleachers in the fifth. It
was the last of the three Balti-
more hits.
Bunker, picking up where Moe
Drabowsky and Jim Palmer left
off, mystified the Dodgers with a
six-hit shutout.

Baltimore's 1 a r g e s t baseball
crowd ever - 54,445 - enjoyed the
city's first World Series game in
bright, warm sunshine at Memorial
Stadium.
The defeat left the hapless
Dodgers stretchd over the ropes,
ready for the knockout blow, pos-
sibly in a fourth straight game
today. No club in history ever has
come back to win after losing the
first three.
Blair, a slight 170-pounder who
has been platooned in center field
with Russ Snyder, hammered Os-
teen's first pitch into the left field
customers with two out in the
fifth.
Born. in Cushing, Okla., but

brought up in Los Angeles, Blair
was passed up at a Dodger tryout
camp and signed with the New
York Mets in 1962, only to be lost
to Baltimore when he was not pro-
tected in the draft.

Dodger
j Bunker, on the disabled list from
July 27 to Aug. 15 due to tendon-
itis in his right elbow, was in con-
trol all the way. He struck out six
Dodgers and walked only one. Wes
Parker's double tor center was the

Hopes
only extra base hit.
The slumping Dodgers now have
not scored since the third inning
of Wednesday's opening game at
Los Angeles. Drabowsky blanked
them with one hit for 6% innings,
and Palmer shut them out Thurs-
day with four hits.
Bunker's string of nine made it
24 shutout frames, only four short
of the Series record of 28 set by
the New York Giants in 1905
against the Philadelphia A's.

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NATIONAL FOOTBALL:
Baylor Nips Arkansas

By The Associated Press
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Terry
Southall's 21-yard touchdown pass
to Bobby Green with 4:48 remain-
ing gave Baylor a 7-0 Southwest
Conference football. victory over
fifth-ranked Arkansas yesterday,
snapping the nation's longest reg-
ular season winning streak.
Southall directed his fired up
Bears on a 46-yard march in five
plays that ended a defensive
struggle.
Baylor used its defense-led by
Dwight Hood, Greg Pipes and
David Anderson-to turn back the
Razorbacks at the Baylor 18, 6,
28, 15 and 36.
Georgia Tech Wins
ATLANTA-Bunky Henry kick-
ed two field goals-one the long-
est of his career-to push Georgia
Tech past Tennessee 6-3 yesterday
in a brutal defensive duel between
the nationally ranked football
powers.
A 41-yarder by the amateur golf
star with two minutes left in the
second quarter cracked a 3-3 tie
and pinned the first loss on the
Volunteers.
Henry's winning kick was set up
by one of three pass interceptions
by the scrappy Georgia Tech
defense.
Sooners Upset Texas
DALLAS - Four field goals by
Texan Mike Vachon ended eight
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years of frustration for Oklahoma
yesterday and the Sooners beat
Texas 18-9 to roll on undefeated:
in three games.
The Amarillo, Tex., sophomore
booted field goals of 31, 43. 20 and
41 yards to set a record for this
historic college football series.
Texas had won eight straight
coming into the game and was
favored to make it nine.

BALTIMORE'S BOOG POWELL executes a perfect cross-body
block in trying to break up a second inning Dodger doubleplay
in yesterday's World Series game. Lodger second baseman Jim
Lefebvre took the blow in stride, though and managed to throw
to first to double up Dave Johnson.

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The Rev. Leonard Verduim
will speak on the subject
"THE CHURCH
AND APARTHEID"
Sunday Night at 8:15
Rev. Verduim is the former
pastor of the Campus Chapel
and has recently visited
South Africa as an Exchangee
in the U-nited States-South
Africa leadership exchange
program.

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qualify for a career position with the National Security
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WHEN: October 22, 1966
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If you expect to receive a liberal arts degree be-
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