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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, 15 AFRM 1965

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, 15 APRIL 1965

Orioles

Walk

over

White

Sox,

TORONTO OUT:
-0 Montreal To Face

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By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Milt Pappas,
who missed the opening day as-
signment because of a sore elbow,
pitched a six-hitter in Baltimore's
second game as the Orioles whip-
ped the Chicago White Sox 6-0
yesterday.
Pappas hurt his right elbow on
April 1 in Florida and was out
until testing his arm for three
innings in an exhibition last Sat-
urday.
The 25-year-old right-hander
didn't allow more than one White
Sox base runner in any inning
to date and he was aided by three
infield double plays. All came im-
mediately after Chicago base hits
in the second, fifth, seventh and
ninth innings.
Pappas also doubled opening
the Oriole third and scored the
first Baltimore run off Joe Horlen.

He moved to third on a scratch
hit by rookie Paul Blair and
scored as Luis Aparicio grounded
into a double play.
Blair also singled home a run
in the seventh after the slow-mov-
ing John Orsino singled and stole
the third base in his major league
career.
Orsino scored Baltimore's sec-
and run in the fifth inning. His
drive to right center got past
Floyd Robinson for a triple, and
Jerry Adair singled him home.
ITorm Siebern drove in two
Oriole runs, with a sacrifice fly
in the sixth and a double in the
eighth.
The Orioles finished the game
with tliree rookies in the line-up,
after rigl't fielder Sam Bowens
and second baseman Jerry Ada-r
were removed because of injuries.
Bowens hurt a muscle in his
right thigh when he stumbled on

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the first base b:g in the fourta doubled and scored on Matty
inning. His replacement, rookie Alou's two-out single. Ray Culp
Curt Bl1fary, doubled home a run came on to retire the side.
off Chicago rookie Bob Locker in Gaylord Perry held the Phillies
the two-run Crole _Rhth. in check until the eighth when
Adair, who inmju:ed his left John Callison singled and Wes
shoulder in Tuesday's game, was Covington lined a home run over
replaced by Dave Johnson. the right field wall to cut the
Pappas struck out four and margin to 3-2.
didn't walk a man. The Giants, however, added two
* runs off Culp in the seventh on
Phill.es-Giants a walk to Mays, Willie McCovey's
single and a single by Jim Hart
PHILADELPHIA - Willie Mays' Jesus Alou singled home McCovey
two-run homer helped kayo Jim before Ed Roebuck came on to get
(Perfect Game) Bunning yester- Perry with the bases loaded.
day and led the San Francisco *
Giants to a 5-2 victory over Phila-
delphia before 31,923-the largest C s-Car ina s
home opening crowd here in five CHICAGO - Two homers by
years. Ron Santo and one by George
Mays' second home run in two Altman helped the Chicago Cubs
nights started the Giants toward to a second straight victory over
their first victory of the season the champion St. Louis Cardinals
after two defeats at Pittsburgh. yesterday, 7-3.
He hammered a Bunning pitch in Roberto Pena, a prize rookie so
the third inning over the roof in far, broke the ice in what started
left field scoring Matty Alou, who out a duel of lefties Ray Sadecki
had singled. of the Cards and Dick Ellsworth
The Giants knocked out Bun- of the Cubs. Pena drove in his
ning, a 19-game winner last year, fifth run of three-game series,
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second in the third for a 1-0 Cub
lead.
Santo got his first homer this'
year, leading off against Sadecki
in the fourth, and his second in
the eighth.
The Cards made it 2-1 on Lou
Brock's homer in the sixth, but
Altman slammed another lead-off
homer in the seventh off reliever
Ron Taylor.
Taylor also yielded back-to-back
doubles to Ernie Banks and Doug
Clemens and walked a man, leav-
ing the game with the bases load-
ed without retiring a man.
Glenn Beckert's single off the
third Card pitcher, Tracy Stal-
lard, scored Banks and Clemens.
The Cardinals nicked Ellsworth
for two more runs in the ninth,l
but the southpaw went all thei
way. He allowed 10 hits, four to
Ken Boyer.
** *
Pirates-Dodgers
PITTSBURGH - Claude Osteen
pitched a two-hitter and Ron
Fairly hit a two-run homer as
the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated
Pittsburgh 3-1 last night.
Until Bob Bailey homered with
two out in the ninth inning, Os-
teen had allowed only Jim Pag-
liaroni's double off center fielder
Dick Smith's glove in the fifth
inning.
Osteen, making his first ap-
pearance since the Dodgers ac-
quired him from Washington last
winter in the Frank Howard trade
retired 13 straight batters between
the two hits.
Bailey's homer, his second of
the season, sailed over the left
field fence.
The 25-year-old left-hander had
not allowed a hit for four. 1-31
innings before Pagliaroni drove a
long fly to deep center field. Smith
ran back after it and got his glove
on the ball, but the ball fell for
a double.
The Pirate catcher got no fur-
ther as Osteen struck out pitcher
Joe Gibbon and retired Manny
Mota on a grounder.

Osteen walked two batters and
struck out eight
Fairly smashed his homer into
the upper deck of the right field
stands in the fifth after Jim Le-
febyre had doubled.
The Dodgers got another run in
the eighth when speedster Maury
Wills singled, moved to second on
a sacrifice, stole third and scored
on Smith's bunt. Wills stole three
bases in the game.
All the runs came off Gibbon,
who pitched a six-hitter.
Senators-Red Sox
WASHINGTON - Don Blasin-
game's triple over Lennie Green's
head in center field topped off a
three-run outburst against Dick
Radatz in the seventh inning yes-
terday and gave the Washington
Senators a 6-4 victory over the
Boston Red Sox.
The starting pitchers, Earl Wil-
son of the Red Sox and Buster
Narum of the Senators each hit
home runs, but they were the only
ones of the game after a seven-
homer assault by the clubs in
Monday's opener.
Willie Kirkland opened the Sen-
ators' seventh with a double to
left center off Radatz, who re-
lieved a tiring Wilson after five
innings. Pinch hitter Jim King
scored Kirkland with the tying
run.
Joe Cunningham batted for
Narum and walked, and Ken
Hamlin, running for King, and
Cunningham scored when Blasin-
game tripled over Green, who was
playing in.
Wilson hit his home run over
the fence in right center after
Bob Tillman walked in the third
inning. The Red Sox made it 3-0
in the fourth on Lee Thomas'
double and Felix Mantilla's single.
After Wilson retired the first
10 batters in order, the Senators
scored two in the fourth on. a
walk to Ken McMullen, Bob
Chance's double and Frank How-
ard's, first hit in a Washington
uniform, a single.

Detroit or Chicago
By The Associated Press Sunday night if the Red Wings
Now that Toronto's recent advance, and in Montreal on Sat-
monopoly on the Stanley Cup has urday night if the Black Hawks
been broken, the National Hockey win.
League's coveted trophy will move The Canadiens and Leafs set a
to a new home, couple of records for quick scor-
Still in the running for the ing as Montreal took the series
prize are the Montreal Canadiens, four games to two. Toronto raced
who had the cup in their Forum to a 3-1 lead in the opening min-
for one five-year stretch, 1956- utes with all four goals coming
60: the Detroit Red Wings, who within a record 99 seconds and
haven't won it since back-to-back the last three in a record 38
triumphs in 1954-55; and the Chi- seconds.
cago Black Hawks, who've taken The play of Montreal goalie
the trophy only once in the last Gump Worsley sharpened as the
26 years, in 1961. game went on and the Canadiens
Montreal gained the playoff took advantage of Toronto penal-
finals Tuesday night when Claude ties. Jacques Laperriere scored in
Provost's lashing backhand goal the second period and Bobby
in overtime provided a 4-3 victory Rousseau tied it in the third, both
at Toronto over the Maple Leafs, goals coming with a Leaf in the
who had won the cup the last penalty box.
three years. Then Provost's low drive at
The Black Hawks won at home 16:33 of the overtime period got
over the Red Wings 4-0, squaring by Johnny Bower, Toronto goal-
their best-of-seven semifinals at keeper. Henri Richard set up the
three games each. Neither club winner by capturing a loose puck
has managed to win on enemy behind the Toronto goal and pass-
ice, meaning the Wings are in if ing out.
that form prevails. They settle The Hawks made it decisive
matters tonight at Detroit, with against Detroit with three goals
the winner to face the Canadiens in the final period by Phil Espo-
in the best-of-seven series for the sito, Stan Mikita and Red Hay.
72-year-old Stanley Cup. Ken Wharram netted the first
The finals open in Detroit on Chicago goal in the second period.
Tau Delta Phi Victorious
In I-M Volleyball Finals

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Tau Delta Phi won the fraternity
volley ball championship Tuesday
night by defeating Zeta Beta Tau,
four games to three.
The best-of-seven match went
down to the wire with Tau Delt
taking the final game, 15-12.
The Tau Delts won the first
game very easily. Then ZBT came
back to take the second match
without too much trouble. The
third onetwent down to the wire
with a tie at 14-all. Tau Delt then
scored two straight points, taking
a 2-1 lead, 16-14.
ZBT put on a spurt winning the
next two games and taking a com-
manding lead of 12-3 placing the
ZBT's within three points of the
title.

At that point, the Tau Delts put
on a spurt, scoring nine straight
points to tie the score at 12 apiece.
They then went on to win that
game 15-13, and became cham-
pions with the 15-12 win in the
seventh game.
In reaching the finals Tau Delta
Phi overcame Delta Upsilon, Lamb-
da, and Delta Tau Delta in suc-
cession. For their victory they will
receive a plaque as a trophy and
a major sports championship
award. On the plaque is their
record in the 1965 volley ball cam-
paign.
ZBT beat Sigma Alpha Mu in
the semifinals to earn a place in
the finals against Tau Delta Phi.

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Detroit 2 0 1.000
x-Cleveland 1 0 1.000
Minnesota 1 0 1.000
Baltimore 1 1 .500
Boston 1 1 .500
Chicago 1 1 .500
Washington 1 1 .500
x-Los Angeles 0 1 .000
x-New York 0 1 .000
x-Kansas City 0 2 .000
x-Night game.
YESTERD)AY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 6, Chicago 0
Washington 6, Boston 4
Detroit at Minnesota (ppd)
Cleveland at Kansas City (inc)
Nek York at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Minnesota
Washington at Chicago
Cleveland at Kansas City (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Onlygames scheduled

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.

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Chicago
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
Houston
Milwaukee
San Francisco
New York
St. Louis

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Bids for Finals Berth

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Houston 7, New York 6 (11 inn)
Chicago 7, St. Louis 3
San Francisco 5, Philadelphia 2
Los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 1
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at New York
Chicago at Milwaukee
San Francisco at Philadelphia (n)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (n)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)

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son will be wrapped up in one
game when the defending cham-
pion Boston Celtics meet the up-
set-minded Philadelphia 76ers in
the seventh and final game of
the National Basketball Associa-
tion Eastern Division playoffs to-
night at Boston Garden.
The winner will gain a berth in
the championship playoffs against
the Los Angeles Lakers who won
the Western Division title, beat-
ing Baltimore four games to two.
Boston has been installed as an
eight-point favorite to win on its
home court, having beaten the
H6ers 10 times at Boston, includ-
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in the other six games.
Coach Dolph Schayes says his
Philadelphia team will pull the
upset because he's expecting a
big effort from Wilt Chamberlain.
"I'm confident Wilt 'will come up
with the big effort,' 'he said. "Wilt
can do anything he wants to do.
He has a chance to make up six
years of frustration at the hands
of the Celtics .
"And a lot of the guys on our
team - men like Larry Costello,
Johnny Kerr, Hal Greer and Al
Bianchi, plus myself = had our
moments of frustration at the
hands of the Celtics while we were
in Syracuse."
Boston forward Tom Sanders
believes the whole series depends
on him and his efforts at stop-
ping cornerman Chet Walker.
Walker has been the key to the
76er victories so far ,averaging 25
points a game in the three vic-
tories at Philadelphia but only 13
points in the three losses at Bos-
ton.
"Walker is killing me," said
Sanders, who rates as one of the
best defensive cornermen in the
NBA due to his performances
against such stars as Bob Pettit,
Elgin Baylor and Jerry Lucas.
"I've got to do something about
it. And I guess I have Just one
more try," Sanders said.
Walker scored six baskets in
the first period of Tuesday's game
at Philadelphia. "I was responsi-
ble for him early," Satch said,
"and he got five of those baskets
on me."
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