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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

Cleveland Edges Minnesota in Ninth Inning

Michigan State Captures
Big Ten AllSports Title
After two years of sitting firmly MSU, the only school to partici-
atop the Big Ten standings in the pate in all 13 of the sports in
unofficial all-sports race, Mich- which there is conference compe-
igan was unceremoniously unseat- tition, pulled in four firsts, five
ed this year by bitter rival Mich- seconds, two thirds, a fourth and
igan State and relegated to the a tie for fourth to win the title.
runner-up s Rnt-" ,1-_.,.4U_ ._-

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND-Rocky Colavito's
ninth-inning single brought Max
Alvis home with the winning run
last night as the Cleveland In-
dians edged Minnesota 5-4.
Alvis opened the ninth with a
single and moved to second when
relief pitcher Bob Allen sacrific-
ed. Then Colavita tagged Johnny
Klippstein's pitch for a single to
center, scoring Alvis.
It was the fourth straight vic-
tory for the Indians and their
sixth in the last seven games.
The Twins tied the game 4-4
in the eighth with singles by Don
Mincher and Zoilo Versalles fol-
lowing a walk to Bernie Allen,
producing one run and the other
scoring on a double play.
Cleveland jumped to an early
3-0 lead behind John O'Donoghue.
Fred Witfield drove in two of the
runs with a single and double, and
Leon Wagner's home run account-
ed for the other.
* * t
Tigers Lose Again
DETROIT-Willie Smith drove
in two runs and scored another

as the California Angels edged
Detroit 3-2 last night.
Marcelino Lopez stopped the Ti-
gers on three hits, one of them
Norm Cash's home run, until the
ninth.
But with one out in the ninth
he walked Bill Freehan, and Ray
Oyler beat out an infield single.
After Jerry Lumpe popped up, Jake
Wood singled for a run.
Bob Lee then relieved Lopez
and struck out Don Wert on three
pitches for the game-ending out.
*- * *
Birds Down A's
KANSAS CITY-Rookie catch-
er Andy Etchebarren drove in
two runs and scored another as
Baltimore defeated Kansas City
4-2 last night.
Etchebarren singled Sam Bow-
ens home in the seventh, breaking
a 2-2 tie and the Orioles added
another run in the eighth on a
bases-loaded passed ball.
Wally Bunker gained his fourth
victory with the help of Stu Mil-
ler, who pitched out of a bases-
loaded jam in the seventh.

In the seventh, Bowens walked,
stole second and went to third on
a wild pitch. Adair grounded out
with Bowens holding third. Etch-
ebarren then singled sharply to
left, scoring Bowens.
Bunker gave up two singles with
two out in the seventh and was
replaced by Miller. Pinch hitter
Waye Causey walked but Ken
Harrelson grounded out.
* * *
Yankees Smash Sox
NEW YORK - Mel Stottlemyre
allowed only three singles and re-
tired 19 in a row at one stretch
in pitching the New York Yankees
to a 4-1 victory over the Chicago
White Sox last night.
Stottlemyre, bringing his record
to 5-3, was touched for a ground
single by Don Buford in the first
inning. He didn't allow another
hit until Floyd Robinson singled
to left field with twonout inthe
seventh inning.
Stottlemyre struck out eight
and walked two.
Chicago scored its only run with
two out in the ninth when Tom
McCraw walked and Roy White
dropped Floyd Robinson's fly ball
for a two-base error, scoring Mc-
Craw.
* *
Nats Edge Bosox
WASHINGTON - Run-scoring
singles by Bob Saverine and Don
Lock in the ninth inning boosted
Washington past Boston 5-4 last
night.
The two-run rally wiped out a
4-3 lead the Red Sox had taken
on George Scott's two-run homer
in the eighth inning.
Willie Kirkland started the Sen-
ators' ninth with a single. He
took second on Tony Conigliaro's
wild throw and was sacrificed to
third. Then he scored the tying
run as Saverine singled to center
field.
Ken Sanders then walked Jim

King, and Lock followed with an-
other single to center for the win-
ning run.
Yeale Blanks Astros
HOUSTON-Willie Stargell and
Bill Mazeroski each drove in two
runs, leading Pittsburgh to a 6-0
victory over Houston last night.
Bob Veale allowed the Astros
only two hits through seven in
nings but needed relief front Pete
Mikkelsen in the eighth after

Houston loaded the bases on a
walk and two singles.
Mikkelsen struck out Lee Maye
and got Jim Wynn on a fly ball,
preserving Veale's sixth victory
against two defeats.
Reds Nip Cards
ST. LOUIS-Three home runs,
two of them by Vada Pinson, help-
ed Cincinnati build an early lead
and the Reds hung on for a 6-5
victory over St. Louis last night.

The first three Cincinnati hits
off Cardinal starter Art Mahaffey
were homers with Pinson connect-
ing in the first, Tommy Helms in
the third and Pinson again in the
fourth.
The Reds chased Mahaffey with
two singles and an error filling
the bases after Pinson's second
homer. John Edwards' sacrifice
fly delivered one run and Jim
Maloney's single brought another
in.
That gave Maloney a 5-0 lead,
but the Cardinals fought back

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The all-sports title is not offi-
cially recognized by the Big Ten
and is usually only. computed at
Michigan and State; the two
schools which customarily wind
up one-two in the standings.
The standings are compiled on
a "quality points" system. Quality
points are computed by dividing
the number of sports in which a

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SPORTS SHORTS:

against the hard-throing right- school participates in Big Ten
hander and finally knocked him competition it the total number

Michigan won three conference
championships and placed below
fourth only once-a seventh-place
tie in football.
The other Michigan finishes
were firsts in basketball, gym
nastics and tennis; seconds in
swimming, wrestling and golf;
thirds in hockey and baseball with
a third place tie in outdoor track;
and a fourth in indoor , track.
Michigan does not compete in
cross country or fencing.
The Wolverines had won the
all-sports championship the two
previous years, last year setting a
record for quality point total with
9.23-better than a second-place
average.
In the '64-'65 season Michigan
had- five .firsts, four seconds and
two thirds to overwhelm the rest
of the conference.

*

Lions Reinstate Cogdill
After 77-Day Suspension

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Major League Standings

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - The Detroit Lions
announced yesterday that they
had reinstated veteran end Gail
Cogdill after 77-day suspension
and had fined him $1,000.
Cogdill was suspended Feb. 8
for an indefinite period after cri-
ticizing the National Football
League club at a public meeting
in Flint.
He issued a public apology two
days later.
Contract Battle

and a Ram he will remain "for
many years to come."
That would seem to settle the
issue, except-
Oakland General Manager Scot-
tString cotnsha e sign-
ed the 6-foot-4 NFL veteran at
12:05 a.m. Monday in an Oakland
motel, with the contract to go into
effect for the 1967 AFL season.
"We were contacted through a
third party and Gabriel came to
Oakland Sunday night. I had a
long conversation with him and
he signed a contract with us early
Monday morning," Stirling said.
"I feel we have a legal and bind-

out in the seventh with a three-
run rally. Two of the runs came
home on a double by Curt Flood,
who drove in four runs in the
game.
Braves Top Cubs
CHICAGO-Three homers, in-
cluding Hank Aaron's 16th of the
season, hoisted the Atlanta Braves
to a 5-3 victory over the Chicago
Cubs yesterday.
Aaron's homer came in the fifth
inning during which Joe Torre
belted a two-run homer for a 5-1
Brave lead.
Cub starter Ernie Broglio also
was clouted for a homer by Mack
Jones in the third. Atlanta's Wade
Blasingame took his third verdict
against three losses although he
was lifted after six innings.
Chicago's Billy Williams slam-
med a solo homer in the fourth.
Ron Santo hitmanother in the
eighth.

AMERICAN
Cleveland
Baltimore
Detroit
California
Minnesota
New York
Washington
Chicago
Boston
Kansas City

LEAGUE
W L Pet.
26 10 .722
22 15 .595
21 16 .568
20 18 .526
17 18 .486
17 20 .459
17 21 .447
16 20 .444
15 23 .395
13 23 .361

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
WI L Pct.
San Francisco 27 15 .643
Los Angeles 24 17 .585
Houston 23 18 .561
Pittsburgh 21 17 .553
Cincinnati 19 17 .528
Philadelphia 19 18 .514
Atlanta 20 23 .465
St. Louis 16 21 .432
New York 13 19 .409
Chicago 10 27 .270
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Atlanta 5, Chicago 3
Pittsburgh 6, Houston 0
Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 5
Los Angeles 4, New York 0
Phliadelphia 9, San Francisco 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Atlanta at Chicago
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)
Pittsburgh at Houston (2, d-n)
j New York at Los Angeles (n)
S Philadelphia at San Francisco

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for a second, etc., down to one for
a tenth place finish.
The Spartans won the crown
this year with a quality point total
of 8.88 to Michigan's 8.27. In
other words, State averaged al-
most a second place finish in all
events.

BIG TEN ALL-SPORTS STANDINGS
(Fall, Winter, Spring, 1965-66)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, Minnesota 4
New York 4, Chicago 1
Baltimore 4, Kansas City 2
Washington 5, Boston 4
Calltornia 3, Detroit 2
TODAY'S GAMES
California at Detroit (n)
Baltimore at Kansas City (n)
Chicago at New York (n)
Minnesota at Cleveland
Boston At Washington

LOS ANGELES - The involved ing agreement for his services to
case of quarterback Roman Gab- begin in 1967.
riel may be settled in court. "His agreement with us pro-
The Los Angeles Rams of the vides that he would not sign with
National Football League say the Los Angeles Rams or any
Gabriel belongs to them - this other football team beyond the
year, 1967 and 1968. 1966 season.
The Oakland Raiders of the "If he has signed, then our
American Football League say agreement has been violated and
Gabriel belongs to them for at our next course of action will be
least three years, starting in 1967. determined a f t e r consultation
Friday, Gabriel stood by his or- with counsel. We feel that we have
iginal statement that he is a Rain a very, very good case."

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Vice President Gene Fowler, manager of the new Campus Office,
invites you to walk through our unique air door.

Youth
Fare...
130ff!

... to your new National Bank Campus Office at William
Thompson Streets.

and

Come on in.. .

We're waiting to serve you. Our air doors, the first in Washte-
naw County, are always open weekdays from 9:30 to 3, Fridays
'til 6, both summer and winter!
The new Campus Office is a full-service bank, with safe deposit,
checking, loan and trust services, mortgage loans, drive-in
banking, and a parking lot with its entrance off of Thompson
Street, as well as a new Statement-Savings plan. Vice President
Gene Fowler and Assistant Cashier Elizabeth Bock are ready to
help you solve any banking problems.
If you are already a National Bank customer, this is your branch
when shopping or visiting in the campus area. You can deposit
or withdraw money from your checking or savings account,
open new accounts or carry on any other banking transaction
here. It doesn't matter where you opened your account, the
Campus Office is ready to serve you.
So come in and see the new Campus Office. We built it just foi
you!

Betty Bock, assistant manager, helps
solve a customer's banking problem.

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A Pay just a bit more and be sure: off regular Day Jetourist fare.
A Good from noon Monday to noon Friday, plus Sat. pm, Sun. am.
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