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Thursday, May 8, 1969


Th~irsday, Mc~y 8, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Home runs power
From Wire Service Reports inning, a two run single. After the
DETROIT-Home runs by, Jim sixth inning, the Indian pitching
Price and, Mickey Stanley powered was able to prevent the Twins
Detroit to a 6-2 victory over the from scoring.
Kansas City Royals last night- Kaat, on the other. hand, pitched
ending the Tigers' four-game a complete game, scattering eight
losing streak. hits. The only serious threat the
Price's homer -his second in Indians were able to muster came
two games-was a two run blast in in the fifth, when Jose Cardenal
the fourth inning, while Stanley's smacked a two run homer. Kaat
solo shot, his third, came in the had clear sailing the rest of the
fifth, both off starter and loser game, and picked up his second
Jim Rooker, 0-1. It was ex-Tiger victory against no defeats.,
Rooker's second major league * * *


to 6-2



Mickey Lolich scattered three
hits through seven innings and
struck out seven before getting in
trouble in the eighth. The Royals
scored twice in the inning when
Ed Kirkpatrick was hit by a
daily I
pitch. 'Jackie.- Hernandez doubled
and Jerry Adair singled.
The Tigers picked up their first
score with an unearned run in
the third on a single by Stanley,
Rooker's thro\ving error and a
single by Dick Tracewski. Two
Tigers scored in the seventh when
left fielder Lou Piniella dropped
Al Kaline's fly.
CLEVELAND-Louis Tiant, who
led the Cleveland Indian pitching
staff last year with 21 wins, but;
has not yet won a game this year,
suffered his sixth defeat at' the
hands of the 'Minnesota Twins
last night, 10-3.
Harmon Killebrew paced the
Minnesota onslaught with two
homers, a solo shot in the second
inning and a twp-run blast in the
fifth. Twin starter and victor Jim
Kaat added insult to injury short-
ly after Killebrew's homer when.

BALTIMORE-The usually light
hitting White Sox unleashed an ,
eleven hit attack last night to de-
feat the Baltimore Orioles, 6-4. }<
Carlos May smashed his seventh r>y
home run and Bill Melton socked
a two run triple to pace the Whitea
Sox attack. r
Chicago jumped to a 2-0 lead in
the fourth on consecutive singles
by May, Don Pavletich, Melton
and Duane Josephson off starter
and loser Mike Cuellar, 3-3. The
Orioles got one run back in the
bottom of the fourthbon Brooks
Robinson's sacrifice fly.
The Chisox padded their lead 9
in the fifth on a walk to Aparlcio,
another single by May, and Mel-
ton's triple. Adamson then reliev-
ed Cuellar and wild pitched Melton
in from third. May closed the
White Sox scoring with his homer
in the seventh.
TIGER THIRD BASEMAN Don Wert is shown sliding safely into third base during last jnight's
ST. LOUIS - San Francisco's Tiger game. The Kansas City third baseman is Joe Foy. Wert had doubled earlier and was destined
Gaylord Perry threw out Julian to score. The Tigers won the contest, 6-2, on the strength of homers by Jim Price and Mickey
Javier, the tying run, at the plate Stanley and strong pitching by Mickey Lolich. The win terminated a four game Tiger losing streak.
in the rain-threatened sixth in- _
ning and the Giants went on to
beat St. Louis, 5-3, last night. o t
The victory broke a five gameM i g n o s
losing string for the Giants who 7T is W eek in ports
used a radically altered lineup. ATyP
Perry was holding a 3-1 lead when TODAY
the Cards camcn to bat in the TENNIS-Notre Dame at Ferry Field, 2:00 p.m.
sixth. U1I IjW I 11F
Lou Brock singled as a heavy TOMORROW
mist turned into a steady rain. Special To The Daily ASEBALL-Wisconsin at Ferry Field (2), 1:00 p.m.
After Brock stole second Javier The University of Michigan has GOLF- -Spartan Invitational at East Lansing
doubled to make it 3-2. Javier been chosen to host the 1971 TENNIS-Indiana at Ferry Field, 2:00 p.m.
then took third on an infield out NCAA Gymnastics Championships,
and tried to score on Joe Torre's Newt Loken, Wolverine gym coach, SATURDAY
tap to the left of the mound. announced yesterday. AEAT"- .*. . . -

Die rher paces, Astro victory
Chie :.>snia, cd Press
slugged a three-run homer and
Larry Dierker set a major league
season high with 14 strikeouts as
the Houston Astros ended Phila-
delphia's five-game winning streak
6-1 last night.
Dierkcr opened the three run
fifth against loser Jerry Johnson
with a single. One out later Norm
Miller singled and Wynn hammer-
ed his fifth homer into the lower-
left field stands.
Miller doubled in the eighth,
scoring Gary Geiger and Joe Mor-
gan, who had walked, and the
Astros added their final run in the
ninth on singles by Curt Blefary, -
Denis Meke and Doug Rader.
Dierker allowed five hits and
the only run off him was Johnny
Callison s opposite field homer to
left in the seventh, his second. -
The tall Houston right-hander
struck out the side in the first
and eventh and fanned at least
one batter in every inning but the
fifth. He whiffed Richie Allen and
Larry Hisle four times each.
.beds roll Larry Dierker
NEW YORK-Jim Merritt and Wegener gave up two runs on Niekro, whQ yielded tw(
Clay Carroll, backed by Tony four hits in the fifth and then in the first and another
Perez' home run, combined for a balked Alou home with the tying fourth, pushed his record1
three-hitter to outduel Gary Gen- run The loser was Carroll So
try and pitched Cincinnati to a Montreal Manager GeneMauch, 0-2.
3-0 Mevictory nighover the New York incensed over the balk call, kicked
Merritt was breezing along with the pitchers' resin bag twice, call-
aM1-0 eadt nas rez'gfongrth-ed for a new pitcher, punted the Cubs cornered
a 1-0 lead on Perez' fourth-in-
ning homer before he walked him- ball 40 feet into the air, and was CHICAGO-Willie Davis
self out of the game irl the eighth. booted out of the game.car
He had allowed only three hits The Braves got their three run hree run rally in the twel
and struck out seven to that point whe Ponn Jskon tled reeruing which gave the Los A
when he passed light-hitting Bud pitcher Phil Niskro doubled, AlouDogra4-vityOV
whenhe assd lghthitingBudand Fleix Millan singled and Weg- Dodgers s 4-2 victory ov#
Harrelson and pinch hitter Amos and Fled MChicago Cubs.
Otiswit on, ot, riningin ever balked.
Cirol ith one out, bringing Bob Didier doubled and scored The Cubs made an atter
Carroll easily retired pinch hi on Alou's hit for the go-ahead run pull the game out of he :
ter Ed Kranepool on a fly and got in the sixth and pinch hitter As- the bottom of the twelfth,
Rod Gaspar to hit into a force out. promonto doubled home Hank double and a single could p
He then stopped the Mets in the Aaron in the seventh. only one run.
ninth, saving Merritt's second vic-
tory against two losses. -
Gentry, 2-2, battled Merritt ati *;...... s..
through eight innings, also allow-
ing only three hits, but one of Oaily Now "
them was the blast by Perez over
the left field wall. He was the only
man to get past second basean h g h-
against the young right-hander. ....... .
The Reds, however, added two -
runs in the ninth off Cal Koonce, - -
Lee May singling home one and
scoring the other on Koonce's wild

he doubled home two runs in the -7
second. Javier dived head first into the
Tiant departed in favor of a plate as catcher Jack Hiatt took
pinch-hitter in the bottom of the Perry's throw anid made the tag.
in-hbttrthe bTwisonfthnueUmpire Augie Donatelli ruled Jav-
fifth, but the Twins continued ier didn't touch the plate. The
their slugfest' in the sixth, seem- ieaydstrtodch heate Te
ingly unaware that a change in play started a heated argument
Cleveland pitchers, had occurred. and Veda Pinson, who was sitting
Centerfielder Ted Uhlaender de- out the game, was ejected for en-
livered the big hit in the four-run tering the argument.
Athletes' hair styles ruled on;
Bosox sell Tartabull to A's
By The Associated Press
$ CORVALLIS-A student-faculty commission that spent two
months in sober study on whether a college athlete must be clean-
shaven-reported solemnly yesterdoy that neat moustaches are okay
any time-but beards are doubtful.
The commission added: r
-The coach should have the right to lay down the rules on
beards and long hair in the playing season;
-The, student should have the right to beards and long hair the
rest of the year, provided he is neatly groomed;
-Football Coach Dee Andros violated linebacker Fred Milton's
rights when he ordered Milton to shave a small beard prior to spring
The report was intended to settle the dispute that led to a walkout
of black students at Oregon State Universiy-but coaches let it be
known they would not accept the recommendations entirely.
* OAKLAND-The Oakland Athletics purchased outfielder Jose
Tartabul from the Boston Red Sox yesterday and assigned him toI
their Triple A farm club in Des Moines, Iowa.
Tartabul, 30, played with the Athletics for five years when the
club was in Kansas City before being sent to the Red Sox in 1966.
He was' on Boston's pennant-winning team in 1967, hitting
.223. Last year, he hit .281 for Boston in a utility role.
*0 ST. PAUL-MINNESOTA-The Minnesota North Stars ob-

Michigan, in the past, has lack-
ed the facilities necessary to con-
duct a national meet. But with the
construction of the new Events
Building it was only a matter of
time until the Wolverines, a 'pe-
renial gymnastics power, received
the nod for the premier gym meet-
The Wolverines are no strangers
to championship competition and
success with the 1963 NCAA and
the 1969 trampoline champion-
ships safe in the trophy case and
more Big Ten crowns than their
opponents care to count. Michigan
fans can only hope that this year's
sophomores will provide the Maize
and Blue with representation at
this biggest of home meets.
Looking to next year, newly
elected captain Ron Rapper along
with Most Valuable {Player Sid
Jensen is expected to lead a tough
Michigan team to a continuation
of the fine 1969 season. This sea-
son, Big Ten parallel bar champ
Rapper and man of all events
Jensen both figured in Michigan's
conference leading 12-0 dual meet
record. The team also recorded the
nation's high for dual meet scor-
ing with 192.1 in the Big Ten
events and 163.025 for NCAA
Despite this fine performance,
the Wolverines were conspicuously
absent at the NCAA finals.
The Big Ten's'representative is
decided at the Big Ten meet
where, by NCAA decision, the
trampoline is not an event. With
one of their strongest events dis-
allowed, Michigan was nudged into
second place by the University of
Iowa, who proceeded to cop the
title. The Hawkeyes continued to

BASEBALL-Northwestern at Ferry Field (2), 1:00 p.m.
GOLF-Spartan Invitational at East Lansing
TENNIS-Ohio State at Ferry Field, 1:00 p.m.
TRACK-Michigan State at East Lansing
Eagles offer Williams

neaa coacn

liams, one time national Football
League player and assistant coach
who quit yesterday as coach of the
Calgary Stampeders in the Cana-
dian League, will be the new coach
of the Philadelphia Eagles, the
Associated Press has learned.
Williams' resignation was an-
nounced in Calgary.
Pete Retzlaff, appointed only
Tuesday as general manager of the
Eagles, refused to confirm or deny
Williams' impending appointment
to succeed Joe Kuharich as field,
boss of the NFL team.
"Jerry is a top candidate for the
job," Retzlaff said, "but I am
talking to, other possibilities."
Retzlaff before he was named
general, manager made an un-
official inquiry of the Stamp'eders
as to whether they would release
Williams from his four year con-
tract. Rogers Lehew, general man-
ager at Calgary, said the Stam-
peders', board of directors unani-
mously refused the request.
I-4- -

tng OSitiOfl Expos scalped
ATLANTA-The Atlanta Braves,
It was learned, however, that hitless over the first four innings,
Retzlaff wants Williams and that chased rookie Mike Wegener with
the Calgary resignation is the first a game-tying three-run outburst
step in making him head coach of in the fifth and then used run-
the Eagles. The announcement scoring hits by Felipe Alou and
should be made within the next Bob Aspromonte to beat the Mon-
seven days. treal Expos 5-3 last night.
Major League Standings


New York
Kansas City


L Pet.
10 .667
10. .600
12 .571
14 .461-
15 .444
19 .164


Vest Division
17 :3
15 10
Y 14 12
10 11
8 14
8 16


East Division
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 18 10 .655 -
Pittsburgh 16 11 .593 2
Philadelphia, 12 12 .500 4?
New York 12 15 .444 6
St. Louis, 11 16 .407 7
Montreal 10' 16 .385 714
West Division
Atlanta 18 9 .667 -
Los Angeles 16 11 .593 2
San Francisco 16 11 .593 2
Cincinnati 12 153 .444 6
San Diego 13 17 .433 61'4
Houston 9 21 .300 10'2
Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 5, Montreal 3
Cincinnati 3, New York 0
Houston 6; Philadelphia 1
Los Angeles 4, Chicago 2 (12 innings)
Pittsburgh 3, San Diego 0
San Francisco 5, St. Louis 3

Yesterday's Results
Boston at Seattle, inc.
New York at California, inc.
Washington at Oakland, inc.
Chicago 6, Baltimore 4
Detroit 6, Kansas City 2
Minnesota 10, Cleveland 3


tained three players for the 1969-70 National Hockey League season the NCAA Meet at Seattle where
Tuesday. they edged out Penn State for the
In a trade with Boston, the Stars received Toni Williams, a crown.
versatile forward, and young defenseman Barrie Gibbs.
Fro Chicago, the Stars picked up right wing Doug Shelton.
Shelton 'was obtained to complete a four-player trade in FebruaryW*
that saw Mike McMahon and Andre Boudrias join the Black Hawks
and Tom Reid and Bill Orban come to Minnesota.
Williams was obtained for a player to be named after the 1969-70
season and Gibbs in return for the No. 1 amateur draft selection.

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