FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Tigers Drop Twins, 7-6
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phonue 764-0557
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By The Associated Press
ST.HPAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Harmon Killebrew's throw on an
attempted forceout at home plate
was wild and let in the tie-break-
ing run as Detroit rallied for three
runs in the seventh inning to clip
Minnesota 7-6 ~yesterday.
The Minnesota third baseman
threw low on Bill Freehan's
grounder, and allowed Al Kaline
to score. Kaline had doubled in
the tying run. Reliever Garry Rog-
genburk then walked Dick Mc-
Auliffe to force in the third run
and give Detroit a 7-5 edge.
Minnesota took a 4-0 lead in
the second on run producing sin-
gles by- Earl Battey and Bernie
Allen and Zoilo Versalles two-run
Jerry Lumpe's double drove in
two Tiger runs in the third.
Detroit knocked out Twins'
starter Jim Kaat with two runs
in the sixth on Freehan's single.
Norm Cash doubled to open the
seventh and after Kaline's double,
Don Demeter bunted for a hit and
Jim Northrup walked to set the
stage for Killebrew's error.
* * *
Yankees Top Sox
three-run double in the fourth
inning and tight relief pitching
by Steve Hamilton carried the
New York Yankees to a 5-3 vic-
tory -over the Chicago White Sox
Richardson's double capped a
four-run Yankee uprising which
wiped out a 3-1 Chicago lead and
saddled starter Tommy John with
his third loss against four
Hamilton, who took over in the
third, handcuffed the Sox on four
hits as he picked up his third tri-
umph against one loss.
* * *
Birds Outlast Angels
ANAHEIM - Boog Powell's
bases-loaded single highlighted a
four-run Baltimore burst in the
* 10th inning that lifted the Orioles
to a 9-6 victory over California
It was the third straight extra
inning loss for the Angels, the
second against Baltimore, which
has won seven of its last nine
mLuis Aparicio led the Orioles'
attack with five straight hits.
Curt Blefary opened the 10th
with a walk. After Dave Johnson
beat out an infield single, Sam
Bowens bunted the runners along.
A n d y Etchebarren's fly ball
brought Blefary home and then
relief pitcher Stu Miller singled,
Apariclo's fifth hit and a walk
loaded the bases before Powell
singled to center for two more
* * *
Giants Blank Braves
ATLANTA-The San Francisco
Giants scored four runs in the
sixth inning when Felipe Alou
fumbled Cap Peterson's single
and went on to a 5-0 victory over
Atlanta last night behind the
' Major League I
three-hit pitching of Bob Bolin.
The loss was the sixth straight
for the Braves.
The National League leading
Giants went in front 1-0 in the
first inning when Jim Davenport
singled and scored on Willie Mays'
double, and they clinched it with
the outburst in the sixth inning
off Atlanta's Denny Lemaster.
The Giants loaded the bases on
infield hits by Tito Fuentes and
Jim Hart and an intentional walk
to Mays. Peterson then singled to
left. The ball bounced past Alou
and rolled to the fence for an
error as all four runners scored.
* * *
LA Shuts Out Cards
ST. LOUIS-Rookie Don Sutton
and veteran Ron Perranoski team-
ed up last night and pitched the
surging Los Angeles Dodgers to
their fourth straight victory, 2-0
over the St. Louis Cardinals.
Wes Parker singled home the
first Dodger run in the fifth in-
ning, following singles by John
Roseboro and Maury Wills.
That was the only run off Nel-
son Briles, who pitched the first
Al Ferrara's pinch single off re-
liever Hal Woodeshick in the sev-
enth brought home Lou Johnson,
who had doubled, with the other
* * *
KC Dumps Indians
KANSAS CITY-The Kansas
City Athletics moved out of the
American League cellar last night,
belting the first-place Cleveland
Indians and newly-acquired relief
pitcher Dick Radatz en route to a
Radatz, traded to the Indians
by Boston earlier in the day, came
on in the seventh inning with
Cleveland trailing 5-1, and left
with the Indians trailing 10-1. He
retired only one of the eight men
he faced, gave up three hits and
Bert Campaneris, who spent the
last two days in the hospital, led
the Kansas City attack with four
hits and two stolen bases. He has
been hospitalized with a muscle
spasm in his back.
The A's run production, built
on 14 hits, was their largest of
the year, and enabled them to
sweep the two-game series with
the Indians and climb over Boston
into ninth place.
AFL-NFL War Rages;
Boston Trades Radatz
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-It's a player's
market in pro football.
The owner of the Houston Oilers
says he believes at least 100 vet-
erans of the National Football
League have contacted American
Football League owners about
coming over to the AFL.I
However, K. S. Adams said yes-
terday any further attempts by
the AFL Oilers to sign San Fran-
cisco 49er quarterback John Brodie
would be strictly retaliatory.
Brodie spent two days in Hous-
ton this week talking with Oiler
Adams said his club's efforts to
obtain Brodie will stop if the
New York Giants relent on taking
Pete Gogolak away from Buffalo.
The NFL Giants picked up Go-
golak last month after the AFL's
kicking specialist had played out
his option with Buffalo.
"There has always been an un-
written law between the two
leagues about picking up each
other's unsigned players," Adams
said. "But the Giants threw that
out the window by signing
"What they did could trigger an
explosion that might ruin the.
The signing of Gogolak touched
off a series of reports that AFL
clubs had contacted NFL stars
offering contracts for the future.
Oakland of the AFL announced it
had signed Roman Gabriel, Los
Angeles quarterback, for 1967 but
the Rams also announced his
signing. There have been repeated
reports of contacts between AFL
personnel and NFL players.
NFL Commissioner Pete Rozell
says both leagues are concerned
about lame duck players. AFL
Commissioner Al Davis is strangely
Halas Against Signings
Two NFL strongmen, George
Halas, owner-coach of the Chicago
Bears, and Vince Lombardi, coach-
general manager of the Green Bay
Packers, have said they didn't
like the idea.
"I think good judgment was not
used," said Halas.
"I did not like it and many,
others did not like it either," said
Several of the 15 NFL coaches
who finished a two-day meeting
yesterday, deplored the contract
"They're going to kill the game
if they start flirting with one
another's players," said George
Allen, new coach of the NFL's
Los Angeles Rams. "There are
enough good football players to
go around for both leagues."
Bosox Trade Radatz
BOSTON-The Boston Red Sox
traded relief pitcher Dick Radatz
to the Cleveland Indians yesterday
for righthanders Lee Stange and
The 29-year-old Radatz, who
had been a sensational -relief
pitcher for Boston from 1962
through 1964 when he was twice
named Fireman of The Year, had
a disappointing 1965 season and
so far this year has an 0-2 record
in 16 relief appearances.
Boston obtains a 29-year-old
starter and reliever in Stange, who
has a major league record of 33
victories and 26 losses.
McMahon, who is 36 years old,
always has been a reliever.
His major league record is 38
triumphs and 36 losses. In nine
games for Cleveland this year he
has had no decisions.
Hall of Fame
Taps 'M's Hunt
James E. Hunt, head trainer of
Michigan athletic teams since
1947, has been elected to the
Helms Hall of Fame for 1966.
The veteran Michigan trainer
along with six other noted Ameri-
can trainers, will receive his award
at a dinner in Kansas City, June
Hunt, a 1929 graduate of the
University of Minnesota where he
served as trainer from 1942
through 1946, joined the Wolverine
athletic staff under H. O. (Fritz)
Crisler and trained three Michigan
Rose Bowl teams.
He is past director of the Na-
tional Trainers' Association and
also one of the few nonathletes to
be elected to the Michigan "M"
Club in appreciation of his
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