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__________THE MICHIGAN DAILYg
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By John Hillyer,
Ray Fisher

r SHE~R is a puckishi little patriarch with a twinkle in his eye
baseball coming out of his ears. He has a love for the' national
~whch parallels that of a schoolboy playing hockey to standi
a kniothole and watch a sandlot game.
Is is a good thing, since Fisher has been connected with. It
,t of his life, and has been coaching Michigan teams fr the
years. HIe's had quite a few successes. during 'those 38, W6c.
heo had quite a few before he ever came here.
her~ attended Middlebury Collegein Vermont, where. he enjoyed
ul career on the Middlebury nine and led several big Ieague
o believe he was a pretty cozy operator on the pitcher's mound.
i oit for the Yankees after~ graduation (they .didn't go ih for
m~uch in those days) and presented a good ;enough impression
,the squad.
t 'was in 1909, and he stuck with New 'York, until 1918, out-
a myriad of American League batsmen With his assorted
,of-pacery. After a hitch in tlje Army, he came out .and spent
rer a season with the Cin--
Reds before coining to Ann

is kicks" "I pitched
ipie of great pitchers.
Sox' World Series
Then I faced 'Matty'
wewson of the Giants)
ng game, one of the
Itched. They beat me
hen I had a man on
Larry Doyle, a fine
have walked him to
xt batter, Fred Mer-
recalls. "Instead, I
m and he hit a single

Cubs Smash
LA Pitchers,
In 15-i2,Ru
Giants Rally in Ninth,
Defeat Cards, 6-5
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES -That artis-
tic pitching Los Angeles is sup-
posed to have was nowhere in evi-
Bence yesterday as the Chicago,
Bubs belted the flodgers, 15-2, be-
hind A, three-home run perform-
,ance° by Lee Walls.
Walls drove in eight runs with
his three homers, all' of which
sailed over ,the close-in left-field
screen.
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 5
;SAN FRANCISCO -- Shortstop
Daryl Spencer knocked 'in the
winning run for San Francisco in
the last 'of the. ninth. yesterday as
the G6iants« edged the St. Louis
Cardinals'. 6-5.
Kansas City 7, Detroit 2
KANSAS CITY' The brash
Kansas City Athletics, continued
their robust hitting yestercday,
launching, a 12-hit attack, against
Bob Shaw and two other Detroit
pitchers as they coasted to a'7-2
victory.
Velevelaud 6,'Chicago. (A) 4
CLEVELANI - Home runs by
Russ Nixon" and Minnie Minoso
and: a two-run double by Chico
Carrasquel sparked the Cleveland
Indians to a 6-4 victory over the
slumping Chicago. White Sox yes-
terday. 'It w:as Chicago's fifth
straight loss.
Boston 4, Baltimore 3
BOSTrON -- Dick Gernert lined
a one out, bases-loaded pinch
single to left field in the 10th inn-
ing, yesterday'for Boston's 4-3 vic-
tory over thle Baltimore Orioles.
Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 2
CINCINNATI- Warren Spahn
survived early inning wild~ness
and, aided by two, home runs by
Hank Aaron,° pitched the Mil-
waukee Braves to a 6-2 victory
over the Cincinnati Redlegs last
night. The victory gave the Braves
an even. split in the two-game
series.
Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 4
PHIL ADELZPHIA -- The Pitts-
burgh Pirates survived' a ninth
inning rally and defeated the
Philadelphia Philles 7-4 last
night;. The Pirates scored four
runs in the third, three of them
after Harry Anderson missed a,
throw to first.
Montpet
To.Defend

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Still engaging inl post-mortems. ~COC
And the "Grand Old Man" of TH. E COACHn
Michigan sports will probably en- mdttn
gage in a lot m~ore next year. He'll have more time then, sinice he
;won't be coaching the kids any more-a fact easily accepted by manor
~but miighty difficult for R~ay Fisher to accept.
Fisher came here under 'unusual circumstanes-as e. result of
takig the Wolverine job, he was "blacklisted" by Commlissioner
Landis from Organized Baseball for life. "I had permission to come
here as a coach, but they wouldn't recognize 'it," he r "embers.'n
dyI received a lifetime pass to anay park for long nd'imeritorious
ser'vice to baseball,"' he grinned. "They apparently recognized that I
hd been in the right on the matter."
A Place To Stopv...
DESPITEHIS AVIDNESS for the sport,, Fisher. couldn't have cared
ls aboult Landis's warning. "I was having trouble 'and'' ,liked to
coach and was looking for a place to stop. I was a guy who liked sports
tremendously and still do"
Per'haps it's just as well that Fisher' is stepping down. Of. college
baseba~ll, he says,, "The, major leagues are killing it now" Just like
they're ruinig the minors. In the old days, for example, it took a-half
a day to get to Detroit, and now yrou can make it in half an hour. if
you drive fast, People want to go to the top-they want to see the .big'
guy. I think~ that's true of any sport in existence."
Fisher has coached some fairly illustrious athletes., On the Tiger;,
for exam~ple, Dick Wakefield, Don Lund, and most recently, Steve Boros
saw ser'vice after leaving ilchigan. Pete Appleton, who hurled for
severl major league clubs, was also a Fisher protege. And Fisher has
beenigiven. considerable credit for the early development of the Pbililies'
great Robin Roberts.
'A. Grand Kid. ..
"IUAD HIM iIn summer baseball up in Vermont in a little league
which, was finally disbanded. He's. a grand kid. I hear from Robbie
every now and then." This was the. extent of Fisher's conversation on
this~ subject; as in. most cases, he ;hesitated. to comment fully on an
obviously admirable accomplishment.
Fisher has seen too.mny Big. Ten baseball campaigns to Jump
to any conclusions about the approaching one, which. opens today at
East Lansing. "Right now I am very doubtful of my pitching,," he says.
The rest of the team will be all right, They're hitting- pretty good.
Maybe if we have a' little luck this, weekend,- we'll cause some 'trouble."'
What will he do next year? "That's too far ahead to think about.
I have no 'idea. I've got enough to' think about right now without
worrying about that?'
Ray Fisher paused. "You know what I mean -it's hard to realize
the time has come t, ,

Fred A. -Waara

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Gym Crownl
Freshman Richard Monpetit
will attempt to retain his 'team-
mates' title this weekend when he
enters the International Junior
Men's Gymnastics, Meet in Le-
Chore, Quebec.
Last year Nino Marion, picked
as the most valuable performer on
Michigan's 1958 gym squad,
copped the title. This year, Mon-
petit, who has been acclaimed by
Ed Gagnier as a "potential great,"
will .defend Michigan's honor at
the meet.
The meet will consist of the six
events ordinarily used in the
Olympics and will' feature per-
formers from throughout the
world.
WM1 Club Picks
Lutomski
Karl Lutomski, varsity wrestling
letter-winner for two years, was
elected president of "M" Club for
the 1958-59 school year to succeed
John Harris.
Others voted to the organiza-
tion's offices were Ross Childs,'
'vice president; Steve Zervas, sec-
retary; and VWalt Johnson, treas-
urer.

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IMajor 'League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
'W L Pet. GB 'W L Pet,
Chicago 6 2 .750 , New York 7. 1 .87
San Francisco 6 3 :667 y Kansas 'City 6 3 .669
Milwaujkee 5 3 .625 1 uatroit 6 4 A6N
Cincinnati 4 3 .57-1 1% =Washington 4 3 .571
Philadelphia 3 '4 429 2% Cleveland 5 5 AN0
Pittsburgh' 3 5 .375 3 Baltimnore ,3 5 .315
Los Angeles 3 A£ .333 ,3! Boston 3 7 .364
S t. Louis '2 6 .250 4 Chicago 2 7 222
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 5 New York at, Washington. (ra
Chicago 15; Los Angeles 2 Kansas City 7, Detroit 'Z2
Pittsburgh.7, Philadelphia 4 Cleveland 6, Chicago 4
Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 2 a Boston. 4, Baltimore 3
TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N) Kansas City at Chilcago
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) ~ Washington at Boston
St. Louis at 'Los Angeles (N) Detroit at; Cleveland (N)
Chicago at San Francisco (N) New 'York at Baltimore (N)

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