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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUR

SDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962

11

Giants R ally in Ninrth,

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Win Flag

AGAINST ARMY:
Elliott Undecided About Fate
Of 31' Three-platoon System

LOS ANGELES P)-The San
Francisco Giants won the Nation-
al League baseball championship
yesterday, beating the Los Angeles
Dodgers 6-4 in their sudden-death
playoff with a four-run ninth in-
ning rally climaxed by a bases-
loaded walk that forced in the de-
cisive run.
The Giants, winne's of the best-
of-three playoff series two games
to one, meet the American League
Champion New York Yankees in
the first game of the World Series.
at San Francisco today, starting
at 2 p.m. (EST).
Great Comeback
Trailing 4-2 going into the ninth
inning, the Giants seemed headed
for defeat. But before the vital
Major League
Standings.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Final Standings)

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three outs had been recorded, four
runs had crossed the plate and
Stan Williams had walked Jim
Davenport with the bases loaded
to force in Felipe Alou with the
tie-breaking run.
Felipe's brother, Matty, started
the inning with a single off Dodg-
er relief ace Ed Roebuck, but was
forced at second base by Harvey
Kuenn. Roebuck, however, then
lost control, walking Willie Mc-
Covey and Felipe Alou to load the
bases.
Mays Gets an RBI
The line smashaback to the
mound by Willie Mays that Roe-
buck was unable to handle drove
in the first run of the inning and
left the bases loaded. At this point,
Los Angeles manager Walt Alston
went to his bullpen, replacing Roe-
buck with Williams, the pitching
hero of yesterday's 8-7 Dodger vic-
tory.
Orlando.Cepeda sent a fly to
right field that scored the tying
run before Davenport worked Wil-
liams for the bases-loaded~ walk
that put the Giants ahead 5-4 and
gave them their first pennant since
1954-and the first since they left
New York for the west coast.
An insurance run crossed the
plate on an error by second base-
man Larry Burright.
Pierce Perfect
The Dodgers then came up for
their last try.
They did not get a man on. Billy
Pierce, who won the opener for
the Giants 8-0 with a three-hit-1
ter, set the Dodgers down 1-2-31
to end it.

The Dodgers had moved ahead
3-2 in the sixth inning on a two-
run homer by Tommy Davis and
increased their lead to 4-2 in the
seventh inning on the speed of
Maury Wills. Wills led off with a
single, his fourth hit of the day,
Odd, Isn't It?
NEW YORK (P)-The Ameri-
can League Champion New York
Yankees were installed yester-
day at 61-72 favorites to win
the World Series against the
newly crowned National League
Champion San Francisco Gi-
ants.
The oddsmakers also made
the Yankees 6/-71 to win to-
day's opening game in which
Whitey Ford is scheduled to
start for the Yankees against
Jack Sanford of the Giants.
The odds are 8-1 against the
Yankees winning the series in
four straight and 20-1 against
the Giants doing it.
and stole second and third, scor-
ing from third when catcher Ed
Bailey's throw went wild into left
field.
Long Haul
It remained 4-2 until the ninth
when the Giants put the finishing
touches on the overhaul job that
started ten days ago when they
trailed the league-leading Dodgers
by four games with only seven re-
maining to play.
The Giants' victory gave the

National League its fifth different
champion in five years and kept
the Giants' playoff record unblem-
ished. They beat the Dodgers in
the 1951 playoff on Bobby Thom-
son's now-famed three-run homer
that brought about the "Miracle
of Coogan's Bluff."
For the Dodgers, it was the third
time they have failed while ap-
pearing in all four NL playoffs.
They lost to St. Louis in 1946, lost
to the Giants in 1951 and defeated
Milwaukee in 1959.
* * *
Manager Ralph Houk of the

Yankees announced yesterday that
he will keep about the same lineup
that won him the pennant. "There
won't be any shocking changes."
He would not say if he planned
to rotate three or four pitchers
during the Series.
"It just depends on how each
game goes," he said.
The Yankees worked for about
90 minutes.
"The infield doesn't look any
different than any other," Houk
added, "and this wind, I wouldn't
think, would be too much of a
factor."

By PETE DiLORENZI
The Army will be invading its!
second school since Sunday when
it arrives at the Dearborn Inn
Fridaymorning on the way to
Michigan Stadium.
"They're tough," emphasized
Wolverine head coach Chalmers
W. (Bump) Elliott speaking of the
Bandits, "as tough a defensive unit
as the Regulars are a two-way
unit and the Go Team is an offen-
sive unit."
With all three of the Army pla-
toons in top working order, an op-
posing coach has a full-time game
job keeping track of substituting
units and trying to match them.
"We won't try to keep playing
unit against unit all through the
game. In the first place, we're not
even certain that we will have
three operating units. We had
planned to use three units against'
Nebraska, but we decided that it
wouldn't be in our best interest
to use more than the two units,"
Elliott disclosed.
"This week we shall try to go
with our original plan of three
units, but the final decision will
depend on how we look at the
time. And even if we do go with
three units, it would take all of
my time looking over at the Army
bench to see which unit was about
to come in and to get our unit
ready if I planned to use unit-for-
unit substitution," he added.
Elliott added that sophomore
fullback Mel Anthony may play
against Army. "His ankle is better.
not 100 per cent yet, but better.
We're not sure of his condition

now, but if we think he can play,
he'll be in there."
With injured tackle John Hout-
man going under the knife this
morning for an operation on his
injured knee, memories of certain
injuries incurred in last year's

Army form in the mind.
Elliott has very definite opin-
ions on this subject: "We know
that they play hard and that they
gang tackle -- hard. But so will
Michigan State, Minnesota, Pur.
due, Ohio State, and the rest.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULT
San Francisco 6, Los Angeles 4

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p.m. (EST).
Friday-At San Francisco, 2 p.m.
(EST).
Saturday-Open day for travel.
Sunday-At New York, 1:05 p.m.
(EST).
Monday-At New York, Noon
(EST) .
Tuesday-At New York, Noon
(EST), if necessary.
Wednesday-Open day for trav-
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Thursday-At San Francisco, 2
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Friday-At San Francisco, 2 p.m.
(EST), .if necessary.

GRID. SELECTIONS
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If you have any ability at all (even if you don't), you have a
good chance to win two free tickets to the Michigan Theater, now
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Who's going to win? Michigan or Army?
Just pick the winners of the other 19 games of the week and the
Michigan-Army score. Simple, huh?
The one guessing the most number right wins unless there is a
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THIS WEEK'S GAMES

1.
2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Army at MICHIGAN (score)
Illinois at Northwestern
Indiana at Wisconsin
Southern California at Iowa
North Carolina at Mich. State
Navy at Minnesota
Purdue at Notre Dame
Ohio State at UCLA
Columbia at Princeton
Holy Cross at Colgate

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Louisiana State at Ga. Tech
Georgia at South Carolina
Duke vs. Fla. at Jacksonville
Auburn at Kentucky
Iowa State at Nebraska
Arkansas at Texas Christian
Penn State at Rice
Oregon State at Stanford
Utah at Wyoming
Pittsburgh at California

By JERRY KALISH
The North and South used to
have quite some battles with their
respective generals.
They're still at it, only this
time it's field generals and the
prize is post-season All-America
honors. Both regions have pro-
duced outstanding performances
by quarterbacks in the young foot-
ball season.
Pat Trammell's departure at
Alabama is not going to be missed
so muchnow that Coach Paul
"Bear" Bryant came up with
rookie Joe Namath. The sopho-
more quarterback has piloted last
year's national champions to two
straight victories, 35-0 over Geor-
gia in the opener and 44-6 overj
Tulane last Saturday.
Namath has connected on 16 of
21 passes, good for five touch-t
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Thunderbolt-tossing G e o r g e
Mira is again leading Miami's
hurricanes with performances
similar to last season when he
threw eight scoring passes and
gained 1,000 yards through the air.
After amassing 248 yards rin-
ning and passing in the opener
against Pittsburgh witnessed by a
national television audience, Mira
provided the spark as the Hurri-
canes squeaked out a close one
with Texas Christian last week,
21-20.
His 32-yard run and 12-yard
scoring pass nailed the decision
for Miami in the fourth quarter.
Even without standout receiver
Bill Miller, who graduated, Mira is
finding the targets.
Man in a Hurry
In Georgia Tech's pair of vic-
tories over Clemson and Florida,
Billy Lothridge has been nothing
less than a "ramblin' wreck."
Against Clemson he hurled three
touchdown passes rolling up over
100 yards - in less than eight
minutes. And last Saturday he had
a pretty fair afternoon against
Florida - kicked a field goal and
two conversions, ran for 80 yards,
passed for an additional 104 yards
and a touchdown, ran for another
touchdown, and punted eight
times for a 42.8 yard average.
But don't think the South is
cornering the market on quarter-
backs. Big Ten fans are eager to
see Iowa's Matt Szykowny and

Northwestern's Tom Myers in con-
ference action after sensational
performances against inter-sec-
tional rivals.
Szykowny stepped in for injured
Wilburn Hollis in the Hawkeyes'
second game last season and
pitched himself to seventh place
in the national rankings with 79
of 139 completions for 1,078 yards
and seven touchdowns.
Air Attack
In last week's battle of the gen-
erals, Szykowny versus Terry Bak-
er of Oregon State, the Iowa lead-
er threw the Hawkeyes to a 28-8
victory. Directing Iowa's new
floating-back offense, he tossed
three scoring passes, kicked two
extra points, and passed for a two
point conversion.
Eighteen-year-old sophomore
Myers showed a bit of Otto Gra-
ham as Northwestern romped over
South Carolina 37-20 in their
opener. Tying Graham's comple-
tion record of 20 passes (out of
24 attempts) set in 1942, he wound
up only 20 yards short of Otto's
295 yards gained in one game.
Myers threw for a pair of TD's and
ran for another.

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