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GE FOUR

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IcLa Sets Record

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Nicklaus 6-I Favorit4

DETROIT VP)-Denny McLain
struck out 14 Boston batters, in-
in Oen cluding the first seven he faced,
in 6% innings of relief last night,
and the Detroit Tigers came from
would offer a greater challenge behind for a 6-5 victory over the
than Augusta National, where in Red Sox on Willie Horton's three-

seven straight Red Sox in 1961.
The modern major league record
for consecutive strikeouts is eight,
, shared by Max Surkont of Mil-
waukee, Johnny Podres of the
Dodgers and Jim Maloney of Cin-
cinnati.

ST. LOUIS ( P)-Big Jack Nick-
laus, fresh, fit and full of confi-
dence, checked in yesterday with
the prediction that finesse -
rather than power - would win
the 65th National Open Golf
Championship this weekend.
"Nobody is going to overpower
this course," the 25-year-old
Golden Bear said as he prepared
for a semifinal tune-up over the
7,191-yard Bellerive layout, where
150 of the game's best tee off
Thursday.
"She's a tight course and you
have to pamper her rather than
beat het with a sledge-hammer.
On several holes, I won't use a'
driver off the tee. I'll use a three-
wood or one-iron."
- Because of his awesome power,
the beefy Nicklaus has been made
a solid 6-1 favorite over the
longest course over which the
Open ever has been played.
"It's a hitters' course-Nicklaus
has five shots on the rest of us,"
growled Sam Snead, a pretty fair
slugger himself, making his 25th
try for the big title he's never
won.
Nicklaus figures to hit eight-
iron approaches to greens where
defending champion Ken Ven-
turi, with his bad hand, is hitting
three-woods.
Nicklaus scoffed at this sug-
MondkaySigns
For "$104,000
,SANTA MONICA, Calif. (p) ---
The Kansas City Athletics signed
Rick Monday, one of the most
widely sought college baseball
players in the country, for $104,000
yesterday.
President Charles O. Finley
said he was impressed when he
saw Rick lead Arizona State to a
recent triumph in the College
World Series at Omaha, Neb.
Monday hit .375 for his college
team this season.

April he won the Masters by a
record score.
All Conditions
"I've played the course about
eight times all together," he said.
"I wanted to see it under all sorts
of conditions - with the rough
low, the rough high, the wind
blowing and the wind still-every-
thing but rain.
"I feel I know the course. I

run homer in the eighth.
Fred Gladding pitched the last
two innings for Detroit, struck out
four more, enabling the Red Sox
to tie a modern major league rec-
ord by striking out 18 times in a
nine-inning game. The Tigers
fanned 18 times against Bob Fel-
ler in 1938 while San Francisco
'and the Chicago Cubs did it
against Sandy Koufax in 1959 and

won't have any alibis. I don't un- 1962.
derstand why Palmer didn't play McLain wasn't around when the
it nore." Tigers rallied for four runs in
Arnold Palmer, Nicklaus' chief the eighth, the last three on Hor-
rival, saw the layout for the first ton's third homer in three games.
time Monday and his explanation He left for a pinch hitter in the
was this: seventh inning with the Tigers,
Waste of Time trailing 5-2.
"Most of the time that I play Relieves Wickersham
a course in advance I come back The 21-year-old right-hander
to find it entirely different, and relieved starter Dave Wickersham
the time is wasted." with one out in the first after
Palmer, the all-time leading Boston had scored three runs.
money winner, said he liked the His seven straight strikeouts set
course but considered par threes a major league record for consec-

JACK NICKLAUS

gestion but admitted that he was
pleased-rather than shaken--at
being installed as the people's and
the player's choice.
"That's fine-I like it," he said,
his boyish face breaking into a
broad grin. "I hope I don't dis-
appoint them."
He said he felt the course fa-
vored no particular player and
declined to speculate on the pos-I
sible men to beat.
Nobody
"I couldn't name anybody," ie
said.
"Except yourself," someone in.
terjected.
"You said that-I didn't," he
replied. The inference was clear.
Nicklaus said he felt wonderful
physically after a tournament
layoff last weekend but feared
that the tighter Bellerive course

severe.,
"The third hole 164-yards, you
have only a green to shoot to be-
cause of the pond on the side,"
he said, and the sixth 195 yards
is terribly shallow for such a long
shot."
lHan tie Reveals'
He May .Retire
CLEVELAND (P)--Mickey Man-
tle said yesterday he would quit
at the end of the season if he
doesn't hit around .300.
"I don't want to quit," said the
New York Yankee slugger who is
hitting only .240. "I wanted to,
play three or four more years.
I'll keep on playing if I hit .300
or near that. But I'll quit after
this year if it keeps up like this."
Mantle was benched Sunday in
Los Angeles. In the last 19 games
he had been averaging only .196.'
He has been troubled by chronic
knee injuries but could have play-
ed Sunday.
"I sure hope a rest helps," said
Mantle. "I've had slumps before.
I felt real good until we got to
Los Angeles. I thought I was run-
ning good and everything. I'm just
not getting any hits."

utive strikeouts by a relief pitcher
and tied the American League rec-
ord for consecutive strikeouts by
any pitcher.
The Tigers scored their first run
in the eighth on a hit batsman,
Jerry Lumpe's double and an in-
field single by Gates Brown. Dick
Radatz relieved Arnold Earley and
got Al Kaline on a pop up, but
Horton then slammed a 3-2 Ditch
into the lower left field seats for
his 14th home run.
One Out
McLain replaced starter Dav
Wickersham with one out in the
first inning after the Red Sox
had scored three runs. He ended
the inning by striking out Ed
Bressoud and Bob Tillman.
He fanned Earl Wilson, Lenny
Green and Dalton Jones in the
second inning and got Carl Yas-
trzemski and Felix Mantilla in the
third before Lee Thomas grounded
out.
Jack Meyer of the Philadelphia
Phillies first struck out six
straight as a reliever in 1958. Pete
Richert, then with the Los Angeles
Dodgers, equalled the mark in
1962, and Dick Radatz of Boston
did it earlier this season against
the New York Yankees..
Seven Straight
Ryne Duren, with the Los An-
geles Dodgers at the time, fanned

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VESTERIDAY'S RESULTS
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Kansas City 5, Los Angeles U
Cleveland 8, Washington 3
Minnesota 4, Chicago 0
Detroit 6, Boston 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at Chicago (n)
Baltimore at New York (n)
Washington at Cleveland (n)
Boston at Detroit (n)
Los Angeles at Kansas City (2, t-n)
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Cincinnati 32 26 .552
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 12, Philadelphia 7
Cincinnati 5, New York 1
Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 6
Chicago 5, Houston U
San Francisco at Los Angeles (ire)
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)
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Philadelphia at Milwaukee (n)
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