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e THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
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RIDAY, OCTOBE

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Snider, of 2 0 900
Demeter, cf 1 9 0
ox started it all with a double Larker, rf 4 a 1 0
t bounced off the dark green Hodges, lb 4 0 2 0
l in right field. Landis sent him Wills, ss 39 1 0
oting home with a single, over c-Furillo 1 0 0 0
l's head to right center. Then Craig, p 1 0 0 0
ae Kluszewski's first homer, Churn, p 0 0 0 0
Labine, p 0 0 0 0
ely clearing the 12-foot wall a-Essegian 10 0 0
ond the leaping Norm Larker. Koufax, p 0 0 0 0
'hurn immediately ran into b--Fairly 1 0 0 0
Klippstein, p 0 0 0 0
able. Lollar lifted a high fly TOTS 34 90
left center. Wally Moon and
der collided under the ball and CHICAGO (A) AB R H RBI
der let it drop. Billy Goodman Aparicio, ss 5 90909
mptly singled past Hodges, Landis, f 4 3 3 1
ving in Lollar. Kluszewski, lb 4 2 3 5
L1 Smith hammered a double to Lollar, c 3 1 0 0
left field wall. When Snider's Goodman,'3b 2 1 1
toward second rolled wildly smith, If 4 1 2 0
ard first, Goodman scored and Rivera, rf 4 1 0 0
ith went. to- third. Hodges Wynn, p 301 1
ted after the throw, slipped TOTALS 36 11 11 9
fell but finally stopped the
a-Struck out for Labine in 5th.
im Rivera rapped back to Neal b-_Foed out for Koufaxi 7th.

GRID SELECTIONS
Friday is here again and you readers get a chance to see how you
fared against The Daily sports staff last week.
Their predictions appear today for the second time and you will
have another opportunity to use your crystal ball in trying to outpick
the writers.
Remember that your entry must be postmarked by midnight to-
night if you still want to try and win two free tickets to the Michigan
Theatre, currently showing "The Devil's Disciple."
To enter, clip this article, circle the winners, and mail to Grid
Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor, or come to The
Daily today and fill out a blank.
This week's guest selector is Ron Peters, Daily Business Manager.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Consensus Picks in Caps (Consensus, 13-7-.650)

1.
2.
3.
4.
-5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Mich. State at MICH. (score)
ARMY at Illinois
INDIANA at Minnesota
NORTHWESTERN at Iowa
Notre Dame at PURDUE
Marquette at WISCONSIN
Colorado at OKLAHOMA
Boston at KANSAS
Oregon State at NEBRASKA
CLEMSON at Gtorgia Tech

11.
12.
13.
14.
415.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

RICE at Duke
GEORGIA at South Carolina
N. C. State at N. CAROLINA
TCU at Arkansas
NAVY at Smu
California at TEXAS'
UCLA at Pittsburgh
Washington State at OREGON
DARTMOUTH at Penn
Maryland at SYRACUSE

who went to the plate trying for
Smith. But the throw skidded into
the dirt and escaped from Johnny
Roseboro while Smith scored and
Rivera took second. It was ruled
'an error for Neal.
Just to rub it in, Wynn followed
with a long double to the wall in
left center, scoring Rivera with
the seventh run of the inning.
As though Big Klu had not done
enough damage already to his old
playmates in the National, he fin-
ished off Churn with his two-run,
upper deck drive in the fourth.
That completed the scoring for
the day:

CHICAGO 207 200 00x-11
LOS ANGELES 000 000 00- 0
E-Snider 2, Neal. DP-Aparicio,
Fox and Kluszewski. LOB-Los An-
geles 8, Chicago 3.
2B-Fox, Smith, Wynn. HR-
Kluszewski 2. SB-Neal. SF-Lollar.
IP H R ER
Staley 2 2 0 0
y-Wynn (W) 7 6 0 0
Craig (L) 21/ 5 5 5
x-Churn % 5 6 2
Labine 1 0 0 0
Koufax 2 0 0 0
Klippstein 2 1 0 0
x-Faced 2 batters in 4th.
y--Faced 1 batter in 8th.
BB-Wynn 1, Craig 1, SO--Wynn
6, Staley 1, Craig 1, Labine 1, Kou-
fax 1, Klippstein 2. U-Summers
(A) Plate, Dascoli (N) First Base,
Hurley (A) Second Base, Secory
(N) Third Base, Rice (A) Left
Field, Dixon (N) Right Field. T--
2:35. A-48,013.

BOX SCORE
LOS ANGELES (N) AB
Gilliam, 3b 4
Neal, 2b 4
Moon, if 4

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SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS ,
TOM WITECKI (16-4-.800)-Michigan, Army, Indiana, North-
Western, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Clem-
son, Rice, Georgia, N. Carolina, Arkansas, Navy, Texas, UCLA, Oregon,
Penn, Syracuse.
BUZ STEINBERG (14-6-.700)-Michigan, Army, Indiana, Iowa,
Purdue, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Boston U, Oregon 'State, Clemson, Rice,
Georgia, N. Carolina, TCU, Navy, Texas, UCLA, Oregon, Dartmouth,
Syracuse.
RON PETERS (Guest Selector, 14-6-.700)-Michigan, Army, In-
diana, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska,
Georgia Tech, Rice, Georgia, N. Carolina State, TCU, Navy, California,
UCLA, Oregon, Dartmouth, Syracuse.
* * * *
MIKE GILLMAN (13-7-.650)-Michigan, Army, Indiana, North-
western, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Clem-
son, Duke, Georgia, N. Carolina St., TCU, Navy, Texas, Pittsburgh,
Ogreon, Penn, Syracuse.
* * * *
CLIFF MARKS (12-8-.600)--Michigan, Army, Indiana, North-
western, Purdue, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Georgia
Tech, Duke, Georgia, N. Carolina, TCU, Navy, Texas, UCLA, Oregon;
Penn, Syracuse.
HAL APPLEBAUM (12-8-.600)s-Michigan, Army, Indiana, Iowa,
Purdue, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Clemson, Rice,
Georgia,N.LCarolina, TCU, SMU, Texas, UCLA, Oregon, Dartmouth,
Syracuse.
DAVE LYON (Associate Sports Editor, 10-10-.500) -Michigan
State, Army, Indiana, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Okla-
homa, Kansas, Nebraska, Clemson, Duke, Georgia, North Carolina,
krAansas, SMU, Texas, Pittsburgh, Washington State, Dartmouth,
Syracuse.
JIM BENAGH (Sports Editor, 10-10-.500)-Michigan, Army, In-a
diana, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska,r
Clemson, Duke, Georgia, North Carolina, Arkansas, SMU, Texas,l
.UCLA, Oregon, Dartmouth, Syracuse.
FRED KATZ (Associate Sports Editor, 9-11-.450)-Michigan,
Army, Indiana, Iowa, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Kansas,
Oregon State, Clemson, Duke, Georgia, North Carolina, TCU, Navy,I
California, UCLA, Oregon, Dartmouth, Syracuse.'
ZBT Edges Sigma Nu8w 8-
As Slim IM Sl ate Prevails

MARBLE BUILDINGS, WAVING FLAGS-The Dominican government of dictator Rafael Trujillo is centered in a section of Ciudad
Trujillo especially built for an international exposition a few years back. The status of Justice is not blindfolded, but vigilant, and
carries a sword. Communications (upper right) hold aloft a dove and a globe. Flags fly everywhere in the Ciudad, singly and in rows.
FlgwigW MaIrks Trujillo Regime
* Flags, statues, busts, wreaths ,
plaques, and praise in the news-
papers proclaim the "patriotism"
of Ciudad Trujillo's residents.*?~z
For many years, the newspapers
of the Dominican captal have
competed with one another in
heaping praise on the shoulders of1
"El Benefactor," Generalisimo Ra-
fael Trujillo. His name is never
used without one or another of
his epithets atached (Protector is
another).
Busts of T mrujillo and of his
relatives are found in every nook'
and cranny of the city, but statues
are rarer because until recently
Trujillo believed it unlucky to raise
a full statue to a living person.
Nowhe has overcome this preju-
dice, and in the new governmental
center near the fairgrounds a kf'h
fifteen-foot stone statue stands.
Another can be seen at the Uni- UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTO DOMINGO-The University praises Doctor" Trujillo with statues and
versity of Santo Domingo, nearby, plaques, though the "Maximum Protector" never graduated from high school.
The only members of Trujillo's .. } ''i:
all in attention paid them are his ;.;}>.::;};:;..
daughter, Angelita, and his elderlytp:
mother.
The generalisimo's brother, Hec-
tor, is currently President of .the
Dominican Republic, but s wide-
spread is knowledge of his politi- M'"W'" /
barely nod his way, and foreign
visitors are taken to see Rafael,#d
the recognized chief of state..:,:f. <. .I;.. y

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By SAM ZELL
A slim I-M football schedule
yesterday was highlighted by Zeta
Beta Tau's 8-0 victory over Sigma
Nu in a 'B' social fraternity con-
test. Larry Markman; ZBT end,
intercepted a pass and scored the
only touchdown of the game. The
conversion by Harley Kripke was
successfulatorgive the ZBT's their
winning margin.
Actually Markman was only re-
deeming himself for an earlier
miscue in which he dropped a
pass in the end zone.
In other action Sigma Phi Ep-
silon trounced Phi Kappa Psi in
an 'A' contest. The 24-0 verdict,
was reached by the outstanding
work of quarterback Mike Still-
wagon. Stillwagon ran for two

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touchdowns and passed for a
third.
In a Sigma Phi Epsilon 'B' game
the Sig Eps whipped Phi Kappa
Tau, 22-0. This game featured the
passing of Dave Drury.
Theta Delta Chi vanquished
Zeta Psi 8-0 in the last minute of
play, in another B' game. The
score was consummated on a pass
from Norm Wegerzyn to Paul Os-
terbreck. The play must have re-
minded the Zeta Psi athletes of
last Saturday's football game, in
which Michigan lost in the final
two seconds.
In an overtime, Delta Sigma
Phi beat Phi Sigma Delta 7-6, in a
'B' contest. At the end of the
regulation time the score was
knotted up at six apiece.
Then in the overtime, Delta
Sigma Phi penetrated further
than Phi Sigma Delta, thus they
earned the extra point which was
the margin of victory.
After Psi Upsilon had drawn
first blood, Beta Theta Pi took
over for a 15-8 overtime victory
in 'B' action. Under the direction
of quarterback Ron Piasecki, the
Beta's tied the score
In a game played Wednedsay,
two of the strongest independents
on campus, Cooley's elders and
Gomberg's Older Element met.
Cooley won 19-6. The victory
started the Cooley men off on
what may potentially be their best
season.

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