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y The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Tiin McCarver's
three-run homer in the 10th in-
ning and Bob Gibson's 13-strikeout
pitchlng moved the underdog St.
Louis cardinals within one vic-
tory of the world championship
Monday on a 5-2 triumph over the
New York Yantees in the fifth
gam.
Gibson Iset a Card club strike-
out record, beating Mort Coope"'s
old mark of 12 in 1944 against the
St. Louis Browns, and fell only
two short of the record of 15
Yankees set in the 1963 opener by
Saidy Koufax of the Los Angeles
Dodgers.°
Two Out
With two out and a man on in
the ninth inning, Gibson appeared
assured of a shutout. But Tom
Tresli hammered his first pitch
into the right field bleachers
about 430 feet distant, for a home
run that tied the score.
The " rangy right-hander from.
Omaha, hit hard in the second
ga e, bounced back with a specta-
cular effort that left the proud
Yankees hanging on the ropes.
One miore Victory in the Series
to be resumed Wednesday at
friendcly Busch Stadium would
give the Cardinals the winner's
share of about $8,8&0 for their
first World Series since 1946.
Tuesday s an off day for travel.
Yanks Scoreless '
The Yanks had gone scoreless
for ,l7% innIngs, 8% Sunday and
another 8'% Monday, before
Tresh's homer broke the string of
goose eggs. An error by Dick Groat
on Miekey Mantle's grounder had
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precedled toms ling distance
blow."
But the fighting Cardinals
struck right back against Pete
Mikkelsen with a rally that was
climaxed by McCarver's homer
into the lower stands in right field.
It was the third hit of the day
for the 23-year-old Cardinal
catcher, who leads all the series
hitters with a .471 average,

Groat grounded to Gonzales who
threw slowly to second for a
force of Boyer with no attempt
at the double play because White
represented the winning run on
third base.
Mikkeisen worked carefully on
McCarver, taking the count to
3-2 on the left-handed batter, be-
fore he came in with the pitch
that meant the ball game.
Mickey Mantle in right field mov-
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ence Room of the Rackham Bldg., at
7:30 p.m. There will be a coffee hour;
following. His appearance is being
jointly sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa,
and Pi Lambda Theta, professional edu-
cation fraternity and sorority.
Gener"alNotices
The Dept. of Linguistics French and'
German Exams are scheduled far Thurs.
and Fri., Nov. 12 and 13. All graduate
students wishing to take the exams
must notify the departmnent of his in-'
tention to do so and which exam he
wishes to take before Nov. 6.
Flu Shots: There will be a "flu shot"
clinic at the Health Service Wed., Oct.
14 from 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m.
The charge is $1.00 for students and
spouse and $1.50 for faculty, staff' and
spouses.
This is the last flu shot clinic un-
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graduate single women who are wholly Women's Army Corp, Wash., D.C.
or partially self-supporting and who do Representatives will be in the Fishbowl Ise of This Colur
not live in University dormitories or to provide information to Jr. & Sr. ments is available
sorority houses. Residents of Heuder- women about. opportunities in the nixed and registere
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FRI., OCT. 16- Canterbury, Tuescdr
The Luele B. Conger Scholarship and }THURS., OCT.. ]Z Cussion: Speaker: D:
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House, 218 N. Divisioj
The Julia Henning Conger Mltemorial POFSITION O1PENINGS:
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Grand Rapids area, who is a woman --Management Trainee, grad or Dec. gan Leirgue.
student admitted for undergraduate grad with ability in sales work for * *
s'u y at the Univsity Equalei mobile home sales organization in Fair- Guild House, Lur
shall be given to financial need. citi- banks. Exper. not req. "The Validity. of the
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KEN BOYER

. Bill White. fouled off half a
dozen before he drew a walk to
open the St. Louis 10th. Ken
Boyer pushed a bunt to the right
of the mound and Mikkelsen ne-
glected to go after it. The ball
rolled dead before anybody else
could get to it and it went for
a scratch single.
With Groat at bat, Elston
Howard threw to second, trapping
White off base. But the alert St.
Louis first baseman dashed for
third' and slid in safely with a
stolen base when Phil Linz' hur-
ried throw was too late. Pedro
Gonzales, playing third, was un-
able to hold the ball as White
collided with him.

xvatclleci helplessly as the ball
sailed into the crowd. TUEsDAY, OCTOBER 13
Gets Better -'
The big crowd of 65,633 cheered ;y C}d
for Gibson as he marched along, Michigan Music Teachers Association
getting better the longer he pitch- Convention -- Registration, School of
Music, North Campus, 8 a.m.
ed.
The flame - tgrowing pitcher Lecture: The Museum of Paleontol-
worked just the opposite from his I ogy and th'e Dept. of Geology announce
pinhisprevious start,pacing the Ermine Cowles Case Memorial Lee-
pace ture to be presented by Dr. John A.
himself for a strong drive down Wilson, professor of vertebrate paleon-
the stretch. He fanned only three tology. He will speak on "Geology and
in the first three innings but i Newer Mathematics, Some Analogies,"
w n wed., Oct. 14, 8 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
picked up with six ini the next theatre.
three and finished with a flourish.}
Kenny Boyer, the home run Linguistics Club: The first meeting of
hitter of the Cards' Sunday vic- the Linguistics Club will be held on
Tues., Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. in the Rack-
tory, leaned into the box seats ham Amphitheatre. Prof. Kenneth L,
behind the Cardinal lugout to Pike will give a lecture entitled "To-
snare Manrs' pop foul for the last ward a Tagmemic Analysis .of Into-
out while the Cards thumped Gib- nation."
son and McCarver on the back in Lecture: Dept. of Linguistics,. Lin-
a victorious parade to the club- guistics Club Lecture, Kenneth L. Pike,
house. professor of linguistics, "Toward a Tag-
-MoeThnPitchmenic Analysis of Intonation," Rack-
ore an er ham Amphitheatre. Tues., Oct. 13, 8
Gibson was not just a pitcher p.m.
this fine warm, October after-j
noon. He dropped a single into Workshop: The Center for Program-
med Learning for Business will spon-
short left and scored, the first of sor the Workshop. for Programmers,
two Cardinal runs in the fifth 8-5 p.m., Oct. 11-16,. Michigan Union,
inning. Until Tresh struck his 3KLM.
blow, the second seemed super- Doctoral Examination for David Hall
fluous. .Jenkins, Wildlife Management; thesis:
In the ninth inning, just before "The Productivity and Management of'
Tresh connected, Gibson dashed Deer on the Edwin S. George Reserve,
off" .themound and made a truly Michigan," Tues,, Oct. 13, 1032 Natural
Resources Bldg., at 1:30 p.m. Chairman,,
sensational play to nip Joe Pepi- Warren W. Chase.
tone at first base.,
Pepitone's liner bounced off the National Program for Graduate School
.o uledalmost'Selection: Application blanks are avail-
pitcher's leg and able for the Graduate Record Exami-
to the base line with Gibson in nation tests to be held during 1964-
hot pursuit. The long throw to ,65. They may be picked up in Room
first just barely got Pepitone, whol 112 Rackham Bldg. The first adminis-
tration of the test will be on Sat,,
oined with Manager Yogi Berra Nov. 21, and applications znust be re-
and coach Jim Gleeson in a bitter ceived in Princeton, N.J. by Nov. 6.
protest to ,umpire Al Smith.r
Doctoral ExamInation for Jacklin T.al-
-nage Bolton, Music; thesis. "Religiotas
.S erizes NoteU s Influences on American Secular 'Canz-
tatas, 1805-1930," Tues., Oct. 13, 2277
"We're aina good spot now," SchoolofMusic, at' 10:45 a.m. Chair-
Keane said. "The -boys bounlced Irman, A, P. Britton.
back as they .ave tdoneall year Lecture: George Panchaud, director
andt they're confident." of the secondary teacher education pro-
Yogi 'Berra, the Yankee. man- gramn, lversity of Lausanne, Swit-
oge, drit eeldowcat. The zerland, will give ,a talk on "The
ager ~in'tfee dowcas. "heySelection of European Elites in Secon-
still got to beat US Once mnore," dary Education," in -the .East Co2nfer-
declared 'Yogi..._...
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Seniors: Coliege'of L.S. & A. and of the Alumni Association for 1964-65 * * * ~Dr..oho A. Wilson, professor pf verte-
Schools of Business Admin., Educ., Mu- The award is $210 and is open to both For further information, please call brate paleontology at the University
sic, and Undergrad Public Health: Ten- graduate and undergraduate women. It 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap- of Texas on "Geology and Newer Mathe-
tative lists of seniors for December grad- is awarded on the basis of scholarship. pointments, 3200 SAB. matics, Some Analogies" on Wed., Oct:
uation have been posted on the bulletin contribution to University life arid fi- 14. 8 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
board in the first floor lobby, Admin. na cial need. ENG1NEERlNG PLACEMENT INThR- * '
Bldg. Any changes therefrom should * * * VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please University Lutheran, Chapel, Midweek
be requested of the Recorder at Of- Application blanks are available at sign interview schedules posted at.128-H Devotion, "Acceptance vs. Discrimina-
five of Registration and Records, win- the Alumnae Council Office, Alumni West Engrg. for appointments with the tion," Vicar Stephen Stein, Oct. 14, 10
dow Number A, 1513 Admin. Bldg. Memorial Hall, and should be filed by fullowmg: p.m., 1511 Washtenaw.
Nov. 1,1964. Awards will be granted OCT. 14-_ __"_-- -
Law School Admission Test: Applica- for use durirg the second semester, Babcock & Wilcox Co., Ohio, Pa., Va.
tion blanks for the Law School Admis- 1964-65 and will be announced Nov. 20. & Ga.-AIl Degrees: ChE, ME, & Met. To the readers and admirer of The
sion Test are available in 122 Rackham 1964. PhD: Elec. Controls & Instrumentation- Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged, acid
Bldg. The next administration of the, Elec, BS: EM & IE. R. & D., Des., Prod., for the New Intellectual, NATHAN-
test for 1964 will be on Sat., Nov. 14. PIr mouitfSales & application. IEL BRANDEN Will Deliver The
Applications must be received in Prince- i l iFairbanks, Morse & Co., Beloit Div. Opening Lecture of His Series on
1 ton, N.J., by Oct. 31, 1964. & Midwest--BS-MS: EE, IE & ME. Both
ANNOUNCEMENT: .men & women. R. & D., Des. & Sales. THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF
Admission Test for Graduate Study The National Security Agency Test Harnisehfeger Corp., Milwaukee, Wis. OBJECTIVISM
in Business: Application blanks for the will be held Oct. 24, deadline for ap- -BS: CE--(ales only), EE, IE & ME. The Philosophy of AYN KAND
Admission Test for Graduate Study in plying is Oct. 14-applications available Also: LSA & Bus. grads with sales in- Thursday, Oct. 15, 8:00 p.m.
Business are now available in 122 ,Rack- at Bureau, Applications must be filed terest. R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
ham Bldg. The first administration 'f before Nov. 27 to take test on Dec. 12. Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co., Execu- Northland Center Aud. A,
the test for 1964-65 will be on Sat., Open tp language, social science, Eng- tive Offices, Tech. Ctr. & 4 plants - Southfield, Mich.
Nov. 7, and applications must be re-|lish and journalism majors. Before be- BS-MS: ChE. BS: CE, EE, EM, E Phys-
ceived in Princeton, NJ. by Oct. 24, ing interviewed non-technical students ics IE & ME. MS: Instrumentation. R. Admission Opening Night $3.50,
1964. are required to take exam, exam not re- & D., Design-(machine & struc.), Sales Student Admission $2.75
'; ; tquired ior math or engrg. stutdents. Promotion.
Former Woodrow Wilson Fellows in- Interviews will be held in Dec. for Square D. Co., Offices throughout U.S.; Nathaniel Branden Institute, Inc.
cluding Honorary Fellows, in Humani- I students taking the Oct. exam. -BS: EE, IE & ME. Both men & wom-
ties and Social Sciences, who expect ' 'en. Can consider non-citizens if be- For Descriptive Brochure Contact
to complete all PhD requirements no coming a Citizen of U.S. R. & D., Des. NBI's Local Representative-Clark
later than four Pand one-quarter 'years LACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of prod. & Sales. Burson, 15439 Ardmore Avenue, De-
after beginning graduate study, and Appointments-Seniors & grad students, OCT.14.15- troll 27, Phone 838-5729.
who will be able to begin full-time please call 764-7460 for appoin ments 1 Aeronutronic Div., Philco Corp., New-
dissertation preparation between Jan- w e owing: port Beach, Calif .-All Degrees: AE & TRY T HE DA ILY
uary and April 1965 may be nominated Service Bureau Corp., Detroit-De- Astro., 9ommunication Sci.; EE, EM, In-
for Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fel- gree in any major field for positIon strumentation & ME. PhD: ChE & AND SEE THE WORLD .
lowships. Eligible students should re- in Data Processing Sales. Canadian citi- Mat'ls. BS: E Math & E Physics. Also (Through an
port to Assoc. Dean Miller, Room 118 1 zens may apply. Located in Detroit & MS-PhD: Statisticians. Both men & AP machine,
Itackhanm, nxot later than Tues., Oct. 27, throughout U.S. women. R. & D., Des. lhat is)
1964. -,
Summary of Action Taken at Special
Meeting of Student Government Council
SOctober 11,'1964.. '
Voted: To reconsider their action on
Rally on Student Grievances.
AAdopted: Deletion of that portion of
the motion. of Oct. 7,' 1964 relating to
student rally on Diag. (Effect is to
concel SGC sponsored rally osn Diag.)
IAccepted: Resignation Of Kent Cart-
wright and Carl Cohen from Commit-"
tee On Rally On Student. Grievances,
Th Mary Louisa Hinsdale Scholarship
amoul ing to $214.40 (finerest on the.
endowment fuld) is available to under-
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