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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1964

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Twin Bill:

7-1, 8-1

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By SCOTT BLECH
Special To The Daily
EVANSTON-Michigan swept
past Northwestern in yesterday's
doubleheader, 7-1 and 8-1, behind
Bill Wahl, in the opener, and
Marlin Pemberton.
Wahl and Pemberton came up
with Michigan's third and fourth
route pitching performances of
this road trip. Michigan is now
3-0 in Big Ten play and have
gained four straight away vic-
tories.
"This was an all out team ef-
fort" said Coach Moby Benedict,
"everyone out there gave 100 per
cent and hustled at all times.
'Very Pleased'
"I was very pleased with the
way the fellows played and al-
though it was a team effort, I
Double...
FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN AB R H
Gilhooley, rf 5 1 2
Sizemore, c 4 3 2
Campbell, ss 4 1 1
Tate,cof 3 1 2
Meyers, If 5 0 1
Skaff, 3b 4 0 1
Simonds, lb 4 0 0
Laslo, 2b 4 1 1
Wahl, p 2 0 0
Totals 35 7 10
NORTHWESTERN AB R H
Wagner, ss 2 0 0
Falk, of 40 2
Abraham, If 4 0 0
Horwitt, 2b 3 0 0
Davidore, lb 3 0 1
Hansen 4 0 0
Fifer, rf 3 0 0
a-Rusk 1 0 0
O'Grady 3 1 2
Saltzman, p 0 0 0
b-Bland 3 0 0
Totals 30 1 5
a--Pinch hit for Fifer in 9th.
b-Relieved Saltzman in the 3rd.
MICHIGAN 310 000 102-7
NORTHWESTERN 001 000 000--1
E-Wagner, Fifer. LOB--Michigan
7, Northwestern 6. RBI-Michigan:
Tate 3, Meyers 2, Gilhooley, Skaff;
Northwestern: Abrahap. SAC-Wahl,
Davidore, Bland. DP-(M) -- Skaff,
Laslo, Simonds, (NU)-Horwitt, wag-
ner, Davidore.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP R HER BB SO
Wahl 9 1 6 1 8 3
Saltzman 2 3 5 1 0 0
Bland 7 3 5 3 5 6

cannot slight the splendid pitching
that we received."
The Wolverines jumped off to
a quick lead in the first game as
Ted Sizemore lined a single to
left with one out in the first
inning. Dave Campbell followed
with a base hit to right field and
both runners advanced an extra
base when rightfielder Warren
(Buzz) Fifer committed a miscue
in trying to retrieve Campbell's
hit. Cleanup hitter Ron Tate then
delivered a base knock into right
field to score Sizemore and Camp-

PITCHBACKS HELP:
Blues Maul Whites
As Offense Reigns

bell. Michigan got its third run
of the inning when Tate scamper-
ed home on George Skaff's base
hit.
All Needed
This was all right hander Bill
Wahl needed as he scattered six
Northwestern hits and fanned
eight in his nine inning stint. "Bill
had a real good slider and an ef-
fective curve" said Michigan's
catcher Sizemore after Wahl had
beaten Northwestern.,
Ron Tate led the attack by
knocking in three runs on two

singles in three official trips to
the plate. Tate's third RBI came
in the seventh inning when Size-
more scored his second of three
runs while Tate's infield grounder
forced Campbell at second.
Final Two
Earl Meyers boomed a long
single into right field in the ninth
inning to drive in Bob Gilhooley
and Sizemore for Michigan's final
two runs.
Michigan played errorless ball
behind their junior hurler and
sent Northwestern's starting and
losing pitcher Bob Saltzman to an
early shower. Saltzmen lasted only
2 innings and was tagged for four
runs off five hits.
In the nightcap the Wolverines
again wasted little time as they
drew first blood when Tate blasted
a 460-foot triple to score Campbell
who had reached first base on a
single into right field with two
out.
Own Fireman
Pemberton pitched himself out
of trouble in the sixth as the Wild-
cats tried to erase the shutout.
Bill Wagner started the threat
with a single, advanced to second
on Chuck Falks walk and went
to third while Sandy Horwitz's
grounder forced Falk out at sec-
ond. Bill Davidore then fought
the Michigan right hander to a
3-2 count before he popped up to
Laslo for the second out of the
inning. Pemberton then retired
the side as Gene Abraham hit a
deep fly to Gilhooley.
The Wolverines finished their
undefeated road trip at the plate
by bombing Northwestern with

four runs in the seventh frame.
The scoring barrage was high-
lighted by Simonds' two-run tri:ale
to deep right field.
Northwestern finally put a one
on the scoreboard when Rollie
Wahl hit a sacrifice fly in the .ast
of the seventh, the final inning of
the game.
.. Victory

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SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN
Gilhooley, rf
Sizemore, c.
Campbell, ss
Tate, cf
Meyers, If
Simonds, lb
Skaff, 3b
Laslo, 2b
Pemberton, p
Totals
NORTHWESTERN
Wagner, ss
Falk, cf
Horwitt, 2b
Davidore, lb
Abraham, If
Hansen, 3b
O'Grady, rf
Richardson, c
Fifer, p
c-Baillie, p
d-Wahl

AB R H
4 0 1
4 3 1
0 1
4 2 1
3 1 1
301
32 S 8
ABR HH
3 0 1
3 0 1
3 1 0
3 0 0
3 0 0
0 0 0
1 0 0

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By CHUCK VETZNER
Pitchbacks leading to touch-
downs helped the Blues maul, the
Whites 60-12 in the third of the
spring football scrimmages yes-
terday.
Although the score does not
show it Coach Bump Elliott made
an effort to equalize the squads.
Instead of having the top three;
units face the rest of the players,
as he did last week when the Blues
beat the Whites 72-12 he divided
up the lower echelon players;
equally among his top four teams.
Elliott, explained the high point,
total, said, "We are trying to en-
courage the offense."
The Blues pitchback * play, in
which the quarterback begins to
run and then laterals to a trail-
ing halfback or fullback, account-
ed for much of the scoring.
Early in the first quarter Bob
Timberlake pitched to freshman
halfback Carl Ward who skirted
left end for 45 yards, setting up
the first Blue score.
Four touchdowns later fresh-

man signal caller Rick Volk ran
around end for a fifteen yard
gain and then lateraled back to
freshman halfback Jim Detweil-
wer who carried the ball for the
last sixty yards to the touchdown
stripe.
Jack Clancy and Mel Anthony
came up with 25 yard runs off the
same play later in the game.
Other game highlights included
a 40 yard interception return by
fullback Dave Fisher and a 17
yard sprint by quarterback Dick
Vidmer after being trapped back
without any receivers open on
a pass play.

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Totals 26 1 4
c-Relieved Fifer in 7th.
d-Hit sacrifice fly for Baillie in 7th.
MICHIGAN 111 001 4-8
NORTHWESTERN 000 000 1-1
E-SkaffI, Wagner (2), Hansen (3).
LOB-Michigan 6, Northwestern 7.
RBI-Michigan: Simonds 2, Gilhool-
ey, Tate, Meyers, Laslo; Northwest-
ern: Wahl. 2B-Laslo. 3B--Tate, Si-
monds. SAC-Wahl. DP-Northwest-
ern: Falk, Wagner.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP R HER BB SO
Pemberton 9 1 4 1 3 6
Fifer 6% 8 8 2 3 2
Baillie 0 0 0 0 1

Leafs Shut Out Wings, 4-0;
Capture Third Straight Cup

TORONTO -) - The Toronto
Maple Leafs won their third
straight Stanley Cup whipping the
Detroit Red Wings 4-0 last night.
The Leafs, who had trailed in
the best-of-seven-series 3-2, won
it with a three-goal flurry in the
third period after goalie Johnny
Bower had made Andy Bathgate's
unassisted first period goal stand
up for more than two periods.
Dave Keon and Red Kelly beat
Detroit goalie Terry Sawchuk
within a minute and 27-second
span of the third period to in-
crease the lead to 3-0. George
Armstrong got the final Toronto

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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. G
troit 6 3 .667
ltimore 5 3 .625
nnesota 5 5 .500 1
icago 4 4 .500 1
'ston 4 5 .444 2
Los Angeles 3 4 .429 2
w York 3 4 .4292
ashington 4 6 .400 2
nsas City 2 4 .333 2

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goal at 15:26 to ice the game for
the Leafs.
A crowd of 14,571, largest of the
season here, applauded every move
made by Toronto in the final
period as the Maple Leafs set up
a tight defense around Bower and
preserved his shutout.
It "marked the tenth time that
't'oronto had won the coveted Cup.
It was the only lopsided victory
scored in the seven-game series.
Five were decided by a one-goal
margin while Toronto won another
by two.
It was a particularly bitter blow
for the Red Wings,, who moved to
within one game of winning the
cup with a 2-1 victory here last
Tuesday only to fail the next two
times out.
Bower and Sawchuk took turns
in making spectacular saves fol-
lowing Bathgate's solo dash in
the first period.
Bathgate raced in unmolested
on Sawchuk after taking the puck
at the Toronto blue line. Detroit
defenseman Al Langlois fanned on
a pass-out by Gordie Howe and
was out of position as Bathgate
sped by.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 4, Baltimore 1
Detroit 5, Minnesota 2
Chicago 4, Boston 2
Kansas City 3, Washington 1
Cleveland at Los Angeles (Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at New York
Cleveland at Los Angeles
Boston at Chicago
Detroit at Minnesota
Washington at Kansas City
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Pittsburgh
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Houston
Chicago
Los Angeles
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 5, New York 4
Milwaukee 5, Los Angeles 1
Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 1
Chicago 4, Philadelphia 1
Houston 4, St. Louis 2
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh (2)
Chicago at Philadelphia
San-Francisco at Cincinnati.(2)
Houston at St. Louis
Los Angeles at Milwaukee

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