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SVX 1 x Monday Sept 26 1966 THE MIAMI HEBALP Fans Stop Traffic i And Shed Tears Over Series Seats —rOf it’ - ’ 4 J t?v3 go o s & It Thousands Things Different in AL As Birds Follow Twins CHICAGO — It was a year ago give or take a few days when a visitor to the Minnesota clubhouse in Washington awkwardly fielded a split of champagne flipped by Manager Sam Mele of the Twins and then retired discreetly to a corner and watched the carryings-on of a pennant-winner They pushed one another under the showers poured wine on each other’s heads whopped and hollered in the old tradition of baseball triumphs and finally straggled onto a chartered bus and rolled to nearby Baltimore where the '65 ' season was to end in a meaningless series This time It was Baltimore in its quarters at Kansas City that put on its “orgy" of excitement over a flag Some ritual The champagne the shower baths the organized fun of achievement It was a "first" for the Twins it’s a “first” for the Orioles of the 20th century- For two straight seasons now somebody besides the Yanks will represent the American League in a World Series Perhaps no other man in modern AL history had so much to do with pacing a team to a championship than Frank Robinson When pitching bogged down and the club hitting fell off the ex-Cincinnati star kept going He lifted the Orioles over rough spots kept them in ' enough motion to avoid prolonged slumps He has averaged better than a hit per 151 games batted in 120 runs in that span and thrown in 49 homers for good measure There is no question as to who is the AL’s Most Valuable Player of '66 IF THE DODGERS should win it again joy may be more restrained because this is no new venture for them East LA 31 Syracuse 12 ke 14 Pittsburgh 2 my 14 Holy Cross 0 Igato 30 Columbia 0 rt mouth 17 Massachusattt 7 inciton 16 Rutgers 12 rnell 20 Buffalo 21 nnsylvania 30 Lehigh 20 rvard 30 Lafayette 7 own 40 Rhode Island 27 to University 23 Boston College 14 le 16 Connecticut 0 lanova 20 Toledo 11 ston U 20 Maine 7 Ihams 17 Trinity 7 ivnesburg 6 Susouehannt 0 ddlebury 14 Wesleyan 6 Ibv 18 New Hampshire 14 tes 26 Norwich 7 laware 35 Hofsfra 13 rthaastern 19 Bridgeport 6 cknell 16 Gettysburg 10 rnegie Tech 10 Wooster 6 ircgster Tech 15 Bowdoln 12 ingfield 12 Amherst 10 Chester 25 Hamilton 16 mple 40 Kings Point 0 ' st Chester 33 Shlppensburg 21 rtland 21 C W Post 14 aca 47 Tufts 0 Lawrence 26 Union 0 nn Military 21 Dickinson liana Pa 21 Geneva 7 trion 30 Brockport 0 might 13 Juniata 7 Ikes 14 Lebanon Valley 7 'red 20 Hobart 0 ntral Connecticut 17 Kutztown 14 msfield 20 Delaware State 0 laware Valley 31 Moravian 27 my "B" 14 RPI 9 ove City 27 Lycoming 0 i sale 26 Muhltnbure 6 erney 21 Gallaudtt la stern Maryland 19 Wagner 13 Ired 20 Hobert 6 llersville 7 Gleuboro 0 ntclalr 14 East Stroudsburg 7 uthern Conn 40 Trenton State 7 ner icon International 19 Coes G 12 ling Maritime 44 Frostburg 3 South ibama 34 Louisiana Tech 0 nnesste 21 Auburn 0 orgig Tech 42 Vanderbilt irylend 34 Wake Forest 7 yth Caroline 10 North Caroline St 7 imson 40 Virginia 35 ssisslpfll 17 Kentucky 0 rlde State 23 Miami Fla 20 lane 21 Tanas ABM 13 e Citadel 24 Richmond 0 mpa 20 Bowling Green 13 rmen 2 Davidson 27 wide 20 Mississippi State 7 orgia 43 Virginia Military 7 imphit State 18 South Carolina 7 rgmia Tech 49 Washington 0 st Virginia 24 William and Mary 13 uthern Mississippi 15 Southeast Lout- stam Kentucky 26 Marshal 16 E Louisiana 21 East Carolina la stem Kentucky 24 East Tennessee 7 istin Peer eg Murrey 0 irson-Ngwmen 41 Emory 1 Henry 12 iwbarry 14 Catie 7 wttanogpe 17 Tannasiea Tech 7 ndoiph Macon 28 Washington and rnossae St 55 North Caroling AST 0 ard OC 17 St Paul's 0 nsdtct 10k Morris Brawn 7 Mestone 20 Fayetteville 0 lan IS North Carolina CoIMflfl 0 im galown Ky 20 Maryville 0 M Virgin Westovan 13 Westmm-I 7 mg AIM 50 Seveflftah State f gee 34 J C Smith I Ik State 16a Elizabeth City Mob Baltimore Post Office to Mail They may not have much time to cool off either if they have to finally stand or fall up to the final day Oct 2 in Philadelphia while the Giants invade Pittsburgh Admittedly Manager Walter Alston would like to have a day or two minimum to arrange his pitching staff for a series He put it: ‘‘Three or four days" It could be possible of course This brought a discussion of how he’d like to present his hurlers if the Series opens in Los Angeles Maybe a couple of righthanders like Don Sutton and Don Drysdale in Baltimore where the Robinson boys Frank and Brooks hit r i g h t-handed But Alston just smiled ‘‘I think Sandy (Koufaxl would fit real nice there too” he said “In any park whether they hit right or left" What about t h e Orioles with a good rest ahead of them? "In a short series they can set their pitching up any way they like” said Alston "It shouldn't be too difficult as long as they're rested" it it WALTER also thought it was "very nice” of Leo Du-rocher and the Cubs to beat the Giants “I'll know more how I feel Oct 2" said the Dodger skipper So this is the rundown and the Dodgers are in good shape for what’s ahead of them "I don't think Maury Wills is 100 per cent but he’s all right” said Alston "and (John) Roscboro is Samford 28 Jacksonville Ala 14 Southern La 35 Prairie View 0 Mississippi Valley 47 Paul Quinn 0 Dalta State 28 Southwest Louisiana 3 McNtese 21 Pensacola NAS 7 NW Louisiana 49 Louisiana Collegt 0 Austin 22 Southwestern Tenn 7 Kentucky State 54 Winston-Salem 0 Hampton Institute 46 Shaw 16 Hempden-Svdney 35 Shapherd 0 Centra 20 Kenyon 6 Concord 32 West Virginia Tech 13 Btuefiald 6 Salem WVa 6 He Arkansas Sfata 27 Florence Ala 7 Midwest Michigan State 42 Penn State Nebraska 21 Utah state 7 Notre Dame 26 Purdue 14 Ohio State 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State 0 Albion 14 Ohio Northern t Michigan Tech II Bemidli 0 Moorhead 34 St Cloud 14 Lincoln Mo 26 Arkansas AMAN 21 Persons 34 Kirksvilie 6 Principle 14 Central Methodist 7 Carroll Wis 14 Elmhurst 13 Augustane SD 27 Augustana III 0 Lakeland 26 Illinois Collage 12 Ohio Wesleyan 15 Kalamazoo 6 North Park 16 Concordia di 16 tic Defiance 20 Adrien Augsburg 13 Minnesote-Oututh Mankato 7 Winona 6 Hemline 19 Maca tester 6 North Dakota State A Momingside 14 Cape Girardeau 21 Evansville 0 Culver-Stock ton 14 Iowa Wesleyan 13 Central Iowa 20 Simpson 6 Drake 9 State College of Iowa 6 Dana 19 Concordia Neb Hiram Scoff 13 Omaha 7 Washington Mo- 21 Wabash 0 Beloit 36 Coo 14 Ripon 45 Knox 0 Carthago ML 34 Lake Forest 11 Lawrence 21 Corieton 9 Concordia Minn 13 St John's Minn 6 Illinois State 14 IHmois Wesleyan 7 I Ncrthwestrn Wis 14 Eureka 9 j I Eastern Michigan 0 Western Illinois 9' ‘tie 1 7 I Westmer JO Yankton 19 I Slippery Rock 7 Wilmington Ohio 4 little but nothing Obviously the Dodgers have a “book” on the Orioles and will scour it more thoroughly as the days go by But as Drysdale was saying: “A pitcher still has to work his own game 90 per cent of the time He knows his best pitches and where he can put them "Maybe the other 10 per cent he can go by what the scouts tell him about the other side but that depends upon the situation Sometimes you even have to pitch to a man’s strength” Alston who still regards Drysdale as one of the finest competitors he ever saw remembers Don’s 1-0 conquest of the Yanks in '63 as "the finest exhibition of putting the ball where he wanted to for nine innings" ' Big Don hasn’t had one of his better seasons in '66 but he's coming around at a time when the Dodgers need him most Gimeno Whips Laver in Final BARCELONA Spain — (API — Spain’s Andrew Gimeno won an International professional tennis title Sunday by beating Australia’s Rod Laver in the final of the five-day tournament 6-4 10-8 3-6 4-6 6-2 Laver and Rimeno earlier won the doubles final by 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University of Baltimore who was first in line had begun their vigil hours before Dial waited 33 hours for the privilege of dropping his application in the special Oriole mail box at the 'main Post Office first Some Mood others leaned against fences Some brought thermoses of hoi coffee some radios while a few brought folding tables and decks of cards By 11:30 pm Saturday traffic was backed up on every main artery leading into the city for at least a mile and in some cases two A few left their cars where they stopped adding to the mammoth traffic jam one of the worst in Baltimore's history By midnight the line was more than 30 blocks long extending from the side entrance of the Post Office while several thousand disgruntled applicants milled about the main entrance after being turned away from that door As the City Hall clock chimed 12 a concerted cheer arose Car horns blared and the din made Times Square on New Year’s Eve appear quiet in comparison As the confusion mounted police brought in their tacti-c a 1 squad — especially trained to handle mass disturbances but it was not needed Main streets around the Post Office were blocked to vehicular traffic A spokesman at the Post Office said 43500 letters for the Orioles had been cleared by 10 am Sunday He said the Post Office expects to handle a total of 300000 letters counting those deposited in neighborhood rpail boxes and those mailed from out of town Many would be returned 1 Lack of Wind Postpones Cup THORPE BAY England — (UPIi — The sixth race in the international catamaran event — the Little Americas Cup — was postponed Sunday because of light wind and poor visibility The British defender Lady Helmsman crewed by John Osborn and Reg White and the American challenger Gamecock with Bob Shiels of Texas and Jim Bon-ncy of Boston waited out in a fog bank but after four postponements the race was called off STORK HOURS: MAIN STORE JUS NW loth Ot NO 0-1734 ft CONVENIENT ° LOCATIONS HIALEAH N0RTHSI0E 3134NW TflthSt OX 4-3441 NSTANT One probably belongs to a little blond haired boy who was seen shortly before midnight trudging toward the British Investigate Daniels Ring Bribe LONDON — (AP — British boxing chiefs Sunday studied a charge bv American hcawcignt Billy Daniels that he was offered 300 pounds ($840) to lie down in a fight with Britain's Billy Walker "II would seem as if we will have to have a very full and exhaustive inquiry” said J Onslow Fane president of the British Boxing Board of Control Daniels made the allegation In an affidavit presented to the BBBC by a London Sunday newspaper The People Details of Its contents were not disclosed The newspaper also handed over what it called the transcript of a telephone conversation between Daniels and British fight manager Jim Wicks A Product of The United States Playing Card Company MOW WCP TRI t-7 TUES THURS SAT S-S CREDIT EASUERMX JNST4NLCRED end of the line with tears streaming down his face and his envelope clutched tightly in his hand Wicks manager of British heavyweight champion Henry Cooper hired Daniels as a sparring partner in training for Cooper's fight with Floyd Patterson here last Tuesday Patterson knocked out Cooper in the fourth round Walker — once known as the Golden Boj of British boxing — had been scheduled to fight Daniels on the same bill That bout never took place Instead Walker fought Germany’s Horst Ben-edens stopping him In the first round Asked for comment on the report Wicks told an interviewer that he himself received a phone call from an unidentified man suggesting a fix ”1 told him to get off the line I thought it was some lunatic " OF Ih“ itFDH FT LAUDERDALE ltW JA 4-4737 NORTH MIAMI WH0LLWCC3 tNlkWM6n OU 44 lot 100 Mj r

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