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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

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Giants

Power Knots Series at Two Apiece

(Continued from Page 1)
"Baseball sure is a funny game.
All year I've been fighting for my
life. And suddenly I'm a hero."
Second Guessers
The second guessers immediate-
ly rushed into action, questioning
Houk's judgment in yanking Ford
for a pinch hitter-Yogi Berra-
with the score tied at 2-2, men on
first and second .and two out in
the sixth. Berra walked on a 3-2
pitch but the next batter, Tony
Kubek, grounded 'dut and the big
threat died. Ford had allowed five
-hits in six innings.
With Ford out of the game, Houk
went first to Jim Coates who got
one out in the seventh but gave
up a walk and a double to pinch
hitter Matty Alou. Houk shifted
to Marshall Bridges, a left-hand-
er, to try to get out of the inning.
Bridges walked pinch litter Bob
Nieman intentionally, loading up
the bases, and retired Harvey
Kuenn on a pop fly before Hiller,
a left-handed hitter, violated the
"book" by hitting his grand slam-

mer into the lower right field
seats.
Houk, and Ford, too, defended
the decision.
Didn't Ask
"Whitey didn't ask to be taken
out," Houk said between puffs on
a big cigar. "He told me he didn't
have very good stuff and that was
enough for me.
"I saw a chance to break the
game open and took Ford out for
Yogi. I can't second guess myself
-on it. I would do the same thing
under similar circumstances to-
morrow.
"We had two men on base. Even
if Whitey told me he was feeling
great-and he didn't-I think I
would have pulled him. Here was a
chance to blow it apart. I had to
take it. Besides, I had my relief
pitchers ready. Coates has been
going great and Bridges was
ready."
Done the Same
Ford didn't argue. "I wasn't
tired," he said. "But if I'd been
the manager, I'd have done the
same thing."
Because Dark decided to relieve
with Billy O'Dell for the last three
innings he had to change his
pitching plans for today. Instead
of O'Dell, it will be Jack Sanford
(24-7), the right-hander who shut
out the Yanks with three hits in
the 2-0 second game at San Fran-
cisco. He will have Billy Pierce
(16-6) and O'Dell (19-14) for the
sixth and seventh games.
Ralph Terry (23-12), loser to
Sanford in the second game, will
pitch for the Yanks today. Bill
Stafford (14-9) and Ford (17-8)
would be in line for the next two
when and if.
A crowd of 66,607 watched Dark
outduel Houk in a series of sharp
strategic moves before Hiller hit
hiss grand-slammer.
It got another thrill in the last
of the ninth when successive two-
out singles by Kubek, Bobby Rich-
ardson and Tom Tresh scored a
run and brought up Mickey Man-
tle with two on. However, O'Dell,
fourth Giant pitcher, made Mickey
hit into a force play ending the
game.
To make this day even more
memorable was the fact that Don
Larsen was the winning pitcher. It
was just exactly six years to the
day that Larsen pitched his fam-
ous perfect game for the Yanks
against the Brooklyn Dodgers.
How About That
As it turned out, the first man
he faced was pinch-hitter Berra,
the man who caught him on that
historic afternoon in 1956.
Berra had batted for. Ford in
the sixth when Houk desperately
tried to break the game wide open,
after tying the score. Although
Berra walked, loading the bases,
Larsen made Kubek ground out to
first base.
Coates took over in the seventh
and the wheels began to turn,
after he walked Jim Davenport.
Hailer, a strapping catcher, struck
out before Dark made his first
move.
Alou Comes Through
Although Jose Pagen, his short-
stop, was hitting .500 and led all
Series players, Dark yanked him
for a pinch-hitter in a daring

move. He sent up Alou, a left-
handed batter, to face the right-
handed Coates. Matty, kid brother
of Felipe, went to a 2-2 count be-
fore he lined a double past third
base down the left field line.
When Dark sent up Ed Bailey,
another lefty batter, to hit for
Larsen, Houk called to the bullpen
for Bridges, a husky lefty. Dark,
who still had a move to make
while Houk had to go with his
pitcher until he faced at least one

man, then sent up Bob Nieman, a3
right - handed batter, to face+
Bridges.
Houk's book called for an in-
tentional walk to the veteran
Nieman, a hand-me-down from;
several clubs, loading the bases.
Harvey Kuenn had a chance to
break it open but he popped up
to Clete Boyer after fouling off
five pitches and there were two
out.
Hiller, a steady fielder with no

reputation for power, took a
called strike and then looked at
a ball from the fast-balling
Bridges.
The former St. Thomas College
athlete swung at the next pitch-
a high fast ball-and the ball
sailed into the lower stands in
right over the head of Roger
Maris, who could no no more than
look and talk to himself.+
Davenport, Matty Alou, Bowman
and finally Hiller all romped home
to an impromptu celebration at
homeplate.
Houk said in the clubhouse it
was "my decision" to take Ford
out for a batter. He said he had
talked to Ford, who had allowed
five hits in six innings, and Ford
told him he was losing his stuff.
Won't Change Mind
"I'd do it all over again," said
Houk.
However, the' only runs off
Whitey up to that time had been
scored in the second on Felipe
Alou's double and Haller's home
run into the rightfield seats.
G irl tankers
GO to MSU
Undefeated last year and hoping
to stay that way, Michigan's
Women's Swim Team will journey
to Lansing Saturday morning to
take on Michigan State.
It will be the first meet this
fall for both teams, although
Michigan got warmed up last
week, setting four new national
women's intercollegiate records in
the All-campus swim meet.
Girls who will make the trip
are coach Rosemary Dawson, man-
ager - freestyler Nancy Wager,
freestylers Pam Swart, Cynthia
Osgood, Peggi Wirth and Janice
Snavely, butterfly Suzy Thrasher,
breaststrokers S u s a n Rogers,
Sharon Bedford and Mona De-'
Fillipo, backstrokers Donna Conk-
lin and Eileen Murphy and divers
Micki King and June Mori.
The new record-holders after
Saturday's performances are Miss
Wirth, :27.2 in the 50-yd. free-
style; Miss Swart, :59.0 in the 100-
yd. freestyle; Miss Thrasher,
1:04.9 in the 100-yd. butterfly; and
Miss Conklin, 1:11.4 in the 100-
yd. backstroke.

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Get full information at
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with a Douglas representative
Tuesday. and Wednesday, Oct. 23'& 24
We urge you to make on appointment with Froi. C.' .
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CHUCK HILLER
.. .of all people
NO BAD MAN:
Liston Now,
To Ref Bout
PORTLAND, Ore. P)-Sid Flah-
erty, manager of middleweight
fighter Denny Moyer of Portland,
said yesterday that Sonny Liston,
world's heavyweight champion,
would referee the fight in Portland
Oct. 20 between Moyer and Joey
Giambra, Los Angeles. At stake
will be the title in the newly creat-
ed Junior Middleweight Division.

-AP Wirephoto
CARAMBA!-Giant first baseman Orlando Cepeda takes a spill.
trying to flag down Bobby Richardson's pop foul in the fifth in-
ning of yesterday's World Series game. The Giants evened the
Series at two games apiece with a 7-3 decision.
GRID ELECTIONS
Tom LeMieux of 1351 Washtenaw rose head and shoulders above
all the other Gird Pickers last week and won two free tickets to the
Michigan Theater, now showing "I Like Money," plus a free sub-
s ion to the Football News.
LeMieux missed only the Iowa, Ohio State and .Stanford losses
plus the Georgia-South Carolina tie to go 16-4 and beat out all the
others with merely 15-5.
This week's list will likely give the cold robbies to any entrants.
with wet feet. The only way to win is to pick 20 upsets.
Just close your eyes, pick 20 teams and bring or mail in your
entry before Friday midnight to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily,
420 Maynard, Ann Arbor. May the blindest one win!
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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Pro grid
Standings
NFLI
Western Division

1. MICHIGAN at Michigan
State (score)
2. Ohio State at Illinois
3. Iowa at Indiana
4. Northwestern at Minnesota
5. Notre Dame at Wisconsin
6. Penn State at Army
7. Yale at Columbia
8. Holy Cross at Harvard
9. West Virginia at Pittsburgh
10. Boston College at Syracuse
11. Georgia at Clemson

12. Texas A&M at Florida
13. Tennessee at Georgia Tech
14. Maryland at North Carolina
15. Kansas at Iowa State
16. Colorado at Oklahoma State
17. Washington vs. Oregon State
at Portland
18. Stanford vs. Washington
State at Spokane
19. Miami (Fla.) at Louisiana
State (night)
20. Oregon at Rice (night)

Green Bay
Detroit
Chicago
Baltimore
San Franetisco
Los Angeles
Minnesota
East
Washington
New York
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Dallas
Philadelphia
St. Louis .

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2
2
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2
2
4
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0'
0
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Pct. Pts. Opp.
1.000 109 14
.750 126 60
.750 70 86
.500 97 84
.500 10 95
.000 81 104
.000 21 102

THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES
SALUTE: CAL CRIMP

ern Division
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
3 0 1 1.000 96 79
3 1 0 .750 98 71
2 2 0 .500 77 111
2 2 0 .500 59 69
1 2 1 .333 100 101
1 3 0 .250 76 76
1 3 0 '.250 55 93

Michigan Bell makes few moves in Southfield without
consulting Engineer Cal Crimp (B.S.E.E., 1957). Cal
makes studies on where to put new central offices, how to
expand old ones, what switching equipment to order.
To make these decisions, Cal must interpret forecasts
of customer growth. He must also know his equipment and
operating costs closely. Such responsibility is not new to

him. On an earlier assignment, for instance, he skillfully
directed a drafting section of 32 people.
Cal Crimp of Michigan Bell Telephone Company and
the other young engineers like him in Bell Telephone
Companies throughout the country help bring the finest
communications service in the world to the homes and
businesses of a growing America.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Green Bay 9, Detroit 7
New York 31, St. Louis 14
Chicago 13, Minnesota 0
Cleveland 19, Dallas 10
San Francisco 21, Baltimore 13
Washington 20, Los Angeles 14
SATURDAY'S RESULT
Pittsburgh 13, Philadelphia 7

BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES
D t'

STROH'S "NO-RETURN" SIX-PACK

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Boston
Houston
New York
Buffalo

Eisten

AFL
n Division
W L T Pct. Pts. t
3 1 0 .750 146
3 1 0 .750 108
2 3 0 .400 83
0 5 0 .000 84

CONVENIENT!

Opp.
93
88
138
146

Western Division
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
Denver 4 1 0 .800 145 99
Dallas 3 1 0 .750 157 94
San Diego 3 2 0 .600 152 147
Oakland 0 4 0 .000 73 140
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Houston 17, Buffalo 14
San Diego 32, Dallas 28
SATURDAY'S RESULT
Boston 43, New York 14
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