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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pirates Defeat Braves, 6-4;
Move Into Second Place Tie
By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH -Pennant fever Frank Robinson singled to open Chicago 3, Indians 1
burned in Pittsburgh like a run- the Reds' 13th. Farrell got relief ',CLEVELAND-Nellie Fox knock-
away gas well last night as the hurler Joe Nuxhall on a pop to ed in one run and scored another
Pirates choked off a last-ditch Harry Anderson in left. Johnny last night with a pair of doubles
rally to beat Milwaukee's National Temple laid down a bunt and nChicago's 3-1 victory over
Tempe lad dwn abuntandCleveland. The White Sox's Billy
League leaders 6-4 and climb into Farrell threw wild past first base. Pierce limited the Indiana to seven
a second place tie. A season record The ball rolled past Bob Bowman hits.
crowd of 38,938 roared with relief in right field and Robinson raced The White Sox stole three bases
as Hank Aaronas fly ended a ninth- home with the tie-breaking run. in the fourth inning and, with
inning Braves rally that tallied * * *trehtsoe w us
three runs, three hits, scored two runs.
Bob Friend's blazing fast ball Orioles-Yankees, 3-2, 9-3 Luis Aparicio started it with a
blanked the Braves through seven NEW YORK-Ex-Yankee Gene single. He stole second and scored
innings but he was nicked for a Woodling had five hits in five trips on a double by Fox. Jim Landis
run in the eighth and' gave way and drove in three runs last night then beat out a hit to second, while
to relief act Roy Face for the as Baltimore beat New York 9-3 Fox held on.
final putout of the ninth. ffor a 4day -night doubleheader * * *
sweep. The Orioles gained their Washington 6, Red Sox 3,
Billy Mazeroski, the Pittsburgh first Yankee Stadium victory of WASHINGTON - Manager
defensive ace at second base, con- the season with a 3-2 decision in Cookie Lavagetto patched a win-
tinued his new hot hitting streak the opener. ning effort from two of his relief.
with three safeties and as many Right - hander Connie Johnson, pitchers, Vito Valentinetti and
runs batted in given a five-run lead in the first Dick Hyde, as his Washington
The victory pulled the Pirates inning, beat the Yankees with a Senators defeated the Boston Red
n ants, six games behind Milwaukee. seven-hitter in the nightcap. He Sox, 6-3, before 6,374 fans last
s And it insured another whopper walked but one and retired 10 of night.
d Arcd tnihtortherecogamethe last 11 men he faced for a 4-7 Valentinetti, after 28 relief ap-
Scrowd tonight for the second gae record and his first complete game pearances, made his first start of
iof w at ibrgh fans ie tosince June 6. the season and he pitched seven
Friend joined Spahn as the only Mickey Mantle powered a two- innings, yielding two runs on eight
_ 15-game winners in the league. run homer in the second game for hits. Hyde came out of the bullpen
Friend has now lost 12, Spahn 8, the Yankees, keeping pace with for the 41st time and mopped up
* . * * Boston's Jackie Jensen and Wash- in the last two innings when the
e Rdlegs 12, Pngton's Roy Sievers for the Amer- Red Sox touched him for a run on
PHILADEdLPHI Ptcher D. ican League lead. Each has hit 32. three hits.
s.PHILADELPHIA - -Pitcher D1ick

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are not so good are- also there.
Several of Australia's best swim-
mers are in the United States, be-
sides some runners.
Hurts Home Country
"When a local athlete goes off
to the United, States it.seriously
hurts the program of his home
country and you can see why for-
eign coaches don't like to see their
best athletes go," Ferris said.-
"Besides being angry at losing,
athletes, many foreign: officials
and coaches are completely wrong
about what an American scholar-.
ship is. I know of several cases
where intelligent European offi-
cials actually believed the athletes
did practically nothing but com-
pete in sports and train.
DIAL NO 2-3136

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low mileage, no rust,
priced. NO 3-9088.

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