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December 13, 1960 - Image 14

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The Michigan Daily, 1960-12-13

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LOS ANGELES (M-Bill Rigney
stepped in yesterday as field man-
ager of the new Los Angeles An-
gels of the American Baseball
League and his first remarks were:
'Tm ready for work, and they
tell me there are things to do
around here."
The announcement was not
really a surprise. The ex-manager
of the San Francisco Giants had
been prominently mentioned the
past week.


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*3 Big T-Bars

BOSTON (M-A blustery bliz-
zard yesterday forced postpone-
ment of the selection of players
by the new Los Angeles and Wash-
ington teams in the American
League and brought about an ex-
tension of the inter-league trad-
ing deadline.
Officials of the two new clubs
were scheduled to meet with
American League President Joe
Cronin this morning to pick their
players from a pool made avail-
able from existing American
League teams.
But the wind-driven snowstorm
cancelled all air travel in and out
of Boston. Los Angeles officials
telephoned Cronin they wouldn't
be able to make it. The meeting
was postponed one day, until 10
a.m. (EST) Wednesday.
A little later, the League re-
ceived permission from baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick and the
National League to extend the in-
ter-league trading deadline until
midnight Friday. The , original
deadline was midnight Thursday.
A league spokesman explained
the deadline extension was an in-
direct result of the storm. Until

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Purdue 83, Detroit 64
Indiana 66, Missouri 55
Florida State 74, Clemson 57
Louisville 74, Georgia Tech 65
Aquinas 79, illsdale 77
Hope 67, Olivet 63
Duke 107, South Carolina 79
Iowa 89, Creighton 71
St. Bonaventure 85, Xavier (Ohio) 75
Bowling Green 68, Duquesne 65 (ovt.)
Ferris 79, Central Michigan 65
Vanderbilt 77, Alabama 61
Bradley. 105, Northern Michigan 77
Drake'88, South Dakota 60
Louisiana State 62, Texas 59
Brigham Young 74, Texas Christian 65
Western Kentucky 86,;Utah State 72
Colorado 90, Illinois 81
Denver 7, North Dakota 2 .



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