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July 7, 1962

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FITrHPURG (MASS.) SFNTINEL SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1962 9 City All-Stars in Mundie Game The Fitchburg Babe ball League, American ami National Division All-Star teams will clash tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 in District 2A Tournament competition at Billy Mundie Memorial field. Members ot the local American squad are: Bernie Araujo, John Benson, John Cordio, Gerry Flynu and Gurry Spagmtola of the Central Electric Employees Athletic Association. John Jancaitis, "Skip" Knight, Jim Tautenham, Billy M'artino and Glenn Ward of Niemi Mfg. of Lun- ciiburg. Dick Isabelle and Warren Muir of Crocker Burbank. George Loumis of Independent Lock. Bill Welch and Dennis Cormier of Hedstrom Union. Kay Stone, manager of Niemis, will pilot the Americans, with Matty Ward, a coach with the Lunenburg club, serving in that capacity. The National Division 'Stars' are: Dick Tiernan, Johnny Sultan and Dennis Kosakowski of Falulah Pa, per.' Dick Trinque, Gene Blackwelder and Dennis O'Brien of P. J. Keating. John Fletcher, Dave Deconinck and Mike Neyala of Simonds Saw Steel. Jim Caron, Jim Woodcome and Ross Sweatman of United Co-oper- etive. · John Mclntyre, Billy Yates and Gerry Gpguen of Fitchburg Paper. Wilfred Gamache, the Fitchburg Paper Pilot, will manage the Na- itiunals, aided by Tauno Maki, the llcdstroms" pilot, and George Fischer, a Fitchburg Paper coach LEOMINSTER FLAYS The I.eominster Babe Ruth League All-Stars will play th* Tiny Town League All-Stars this afternoon at 2:30 ill New Ipswich, N. H., in the first game of the District 2A Babe Ruth playoffs The winner will meet the Athol All-Stars tomorrow in continuation of the district tournament. Starting pitcher for Leominster today will be Bobby Day of the Werner's team. Other Leominsler All-Stars are James Boissoneau, Jack Sambito I and Don Angelini of the Elks, Den ny Kura.sowicz, Dom DeFelice, Dave DelleChiaie, "Punky" Gage and Sam Marrone of TAG; Mike Hastings and Bob Jamcaitis of the Masons, Art Bilodeau and Jesse Hare of the Werner's, Anthony Me- Namara of Solar's and Ricky Warner of United Transportation. Coaches for Leominster are Dom DelleChiaie, Robert Boissonneau and Fran Normandin. Members o£ the Tiny Town League All-Star squad are Randall Swedberg, Dennis Erickson, and Frank Peterson of the Westminster Royals; James Catalini and Verjo Kopsula of the Ashby Orioles; David Aho and Robert Winter of the Townsend Giants. Also, William Kangas, George Leel, Roland Place, Daniel Hill and John Matthews of the New Ipswich Braves- Lenny Beauvais, Robert Ciampa and Wayne Dodge of the Townsend Cubs. Frank Matthews of New. Ipswich and Tom Makela of Westminster will serve as co-managers for the Tiny Town squad, while Donald Dyer of Townsend will be coach. Baseball (Continued from Page Eight) the ninth and Gary Bell came on to get the final two puts. Early Wynn (4-6) was the loser. No-hit pitchers Bo Belinsky oi the Angels and Earl iWilson of the Red Sox started. Belinsky (7-4) left after walking four men "as Boston scored five runs in the first inning and Wilson depa.ted in the fourth as Los Angeles came up with five. Pete Runnels drove in four Red Sox runs with a homer, single arid, sacrifice fly while Jim Pagliaroni knocked in three. with a homer and two singles. Arnold Barley (3-1) won it. .Wertz cracked the first pitch served by Orioles' knuckleballer Hoyt Wilhelm (3-6) for the game- winner after Wilhelm had checked the. Tigers on two, hits since taking over for Robin Roberts in 'the fifth, Wilhelm singled and scored the tying run on Jackie Brandt's single in the seventh. Home runs by Bob Johnson, Chuck Hintpn, Jim King arid Bob Schmidt powered the' Senators to a 9-5 bulge o\er the A's but . 7-run uprising wiped it out; Jerry Lumpe's 3-ruu double--his fourth . hit-rput the A's in front, .then Nrom Siebern stroked his fourth hit to drive in the final run. Gor don Jones (3-1) won it while Ben nie Daniels (1-10), who hasn't won since the Presidential Opener took' the loss.. . . Juan Marichal has a simple formula in his highly success'- pitching campaign for the San Francisco Giants this season: Starting plus finishing equals win nirig. The youthful right-hander from the Dominican Republic followed his formula Friday night, firing a 5;hitter and striking out 13 as the Giants cooled off Los Angeles 12-3. It was Marichal's 12th victory, all complete games, and it. moved San Francisco to within a .hall game of the National League-leading Dodgers--who had won eight in a row. Collecting 11 hits off loser Stan Williams and reliever . Ed Roebuck, and capitalizing on an outbreak of Dodger misplays, the Giants scored in clusters. They netted four runs in the third inning, five in the fifth and three in the sixth! Meanwhile,. Marichal set the Dodgers down without a hit after a homer by Frank Howard in the fourth gave them their third run. Elsewhere in the National League there were other cases of streaks ending. Philadelphia beat Pittsburgh *-2, snapping a string of eight-losses for the Phillies and seven victories for the Pirates. Hal Woodeshick pitched I 2-0 shutout over Cincinnati for the Houston Colts, who had lost five straight. And New York's lowly Mets, whose latest run of defeats bad reached three, battered St. Louis 10-3. In the L's other game, Milwaukee overcame Chicago 5-3 on Eddie Mathews' 2-run homer in the 10th inning. After spotting the Dodgers a 2-0 lead, the Giants assumed command in the third with their four runs off Williams, who let in the first run vith a bases loaded balk. Felipe Atou's sacrifice fly tied it up, then Orlando Cepeda's single, an error by Willie Davis and Tom Haller's double put San . Francisco ahead to stay. Ceped* was the Giants' top hitter with three singles, while Marichal was the top runs-batted-in man with three, one fly and a .single. ' ' Art Mahaffey pitched a 7-httter as the Phillies ended 'their losing string and was backed by a 14-bit barrafc against Pirate starter Bob Friend and three successors. Roy Sievers and John Callison had three hits each for the Phils, while Tony Gonzalez and Clay Dalrymple homered. Mabaffey, now 10-9 blanked the Pirates until the ninth, when a single by Bob Skinner and.doubles By Roberto Clemente and Jim Marshall produced two Pittsburgh nms, Woodtshick was in several jams as the Reds nicked him for eight hits arid Houston committed 'our errprs, but he chocked off every threat'for his shutout. The Colts managed just seven hits but bunched three of them, along with second. , Rod Kanehl hit the'first grand homer in the Mets' brief history, capping a 6-run uprising in the eight inning of their runaway over the Cards, Gil Hodges started the Mets off with a homer in the second, the 370th of .his . career against loser Ray Sadecki. Two more runs in the third chased Sa- decfci, Charlie Neal homered off Bob Duliba in the fifth, and the Mets closed out with their big eighth against Bobby Shantz. Roger Craig was the winning pitcher in the Mets' third victory in their last: 12 games. Mathews' homer was the third for the Braves and came after a costly error by Ernie Banks, who dropped the throw to first on Ken Aspromonte's grounder with two out in the 10th. Hank Aaron hit his 20th homer in the fourth with the bases empty and Joe Adcock hit his lath with one' on in the seventh. Mathews' was his 16th.. RETIRING BH EMPLOYEE -- Mrs. Emma Tamminen, above right, is being wished good luck upon her retirement after 33 years working for Burbank Hospital by Miss Marguerite E. Toomey, registered nurse and executive housekeeper. Mrs. Tamminen has been a maid at the hospital with the last 28 years spent on the surgical floor. Since the new hospital was built in 1956, her hours were from 2 to 10 a. m She has only had two sick days in 20 years. Mrs. Tamminen makes her home at 130 High street and plans to make a visit to Florida this winter. She is the widow of Kalle E. Tamminen. America's Cup -Nefertiti, Weatherly Tied, Meet cradled years ago. Columbia was hauled out last night and her crew may find Sunday jurt mother day to bulk! up calluses. NEWPORT, Webber Quintet In 59-58 Victory QUINCY-The Webber Lumber i, . / * » » r AU ^ m * Fitchburg edged th. R.I. (AP)-Nefer- Mclntyre Club of Whitmaa, 5» to it, brothers from Portland, Ore., the Detroit 152-pounder has been able to e»rn television paydays in M: y and Ju*e and h« goes again tonight agumt Denny Moyer at MwiiHiB Square Garden. The .0- rou.dar will be telecast (ABC TV, 9 p.m. EST) nationally. The 25-year-old Wright out- pointed both Phil and Dutiiiy within a two weeks span. Despite this, Teddy is rated as a 2-1 - dcrdog in his return with Denny, the better of the two brothers. Wright uot off winging against ring-rusty Denny at th-j Garden Juno !). His early lead was enough to earn hiir a split decision as Dc'miy came on strong at the end. Si'Mtiiii'l Wan! Ads Bring Results titi and Wettherly, each with 4-1 [in x Quincy South Shore Summer records, meet off Brentoo Reef Basketball League (tme played again today, to settle the score , h «. e lt N 01Un P«k, l"t evening for the first week of America's | ASStV. Cup trial*. ijmnp shot with figVk HH-O,^, re . For Nefertiti, the new Boston | maining on the clock to give the boat, victory would be sweet since her only loss was at the Lumberman their second loop victory in as many games. The Whitman quintet led at the end of the first period, 12-9, and hands of blue-hulled Weatherly skippered by crafty Bus Mosbacher. were sitting on the upper end of a Weutherly was knocked off the'25-12 score it the half. The Fitch- top of the heap yesterday by (he 1958 champ Columbia after an afternoon of slugging upwind in rough and spray-tossed seas. Nefertiti also outsailed her Boston rival Easterner yesterday. In the second match Columbia will oppose Easterner. The former gem of the ocean hrs dropped three races and won two this week but her victory yesterday was hard earned and dramatic. Easterner has yet to near the f'nish line without seeing the stern of another yacht off her bow. The New York Yacht club has decreed a day of rest Tomorrow. Most of the vachts will be hauled out to. have their hulls washed and polished at the. Newport Shipyard where the great "J" sloops of America's Cup' history were burg squad managed to keep pace in the third quarter but trailed 3624 when the final period began. Hooley led the winners with 21 points, 12 of which came in the I final quarter. Roscoe Baker chip- today, ped in with 13 and Jim Gnerre had 11. Kevin Dbton, a student at Brig ham Young University, led the Whitman attack with 19 points, followed by diet Andrews, who had 13. Denny Moyer 2-1 Fight Favorite NEW YORK (AP)-The fighting Moyers, Denny and Phil, are getting to be Teddy Wright's favorite boxers. Thanks to the middleweight Banks led Chicago with four hits, driving in two runs. Claude Raymond was the winning pitcher in relief and Cub starter Don Cardwell was the lower. Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (based on 200 or more at bats)--T. Davis, Los Angeles, 347; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .336. Runs--Wills, Los Angeles, 75; Mays;'San Francisco, 70: Runs batted in--T. Davis, Los Angeles, .88; Mays, San Francisco, 79. . : . . - . " . Ilits--T. Davis, Los Angeles, 21; . Williams, Chicago, and Iroat, Pittsburgh, 110. Doubles -- Robinson, Cincinnati, 10; Mays, San Francisco, 22. Triples--Ranew, Houston, 8; T. )avis, Los Angeles, and Virdon, Pittsburgh, 7. Home runs--Mays, San Francis:o, 24; Banks, Chicago, 22. Stolen bases -- Wills, Los An- [eles, 46; W. Davis, Los Angeles, Pitching-rKbased on seven or more decisions)--Purkey, Cincinati, 13-2; Pierce, San Francisco, -2. Strikeouts -- Koufax, Los An- ·eles, 194; Drysdale, Los Angeles, American League Batting (based on 200 or more at batsf--Jimenez, Kansas City, .3487; Runnels, Boston, .338. Runs -- Green, Minnesota, 61; Pearson and Wagner, Los Angeles, 59. Runs batted in -- Wagner, Los Angeles, 63; Robinson, Chicago, 62. Hits -- Rollins, Minnesota, 107; Runnels, Boston, and Siebera, Kansas City, 99. Doubles--Robinson, Chicago, 27; Cunningham, Chicago, and Rod- .gers, Los Angeles,-24. Triples--Fox and Robinson, Chicago, and Cimoli, Kansas City, 7. . . . Home runs -- Wagner, Los At- geles, 24; Cash, Detroit, and Maris, New Yor , 21.. Stolen bases -- Wood, Detroit, arid Howser, Kansas City, 19. Pitsching (based on seven or more decisions) -- -Foytack Detroit, 6-1; Donovan, Clveland, 12 3. - . ' Strikeouts -- Fascual, Minnesota, 110; Sunning, Detroit, 95. Sports Card BASKETBALL (Tiny) Saints vs. Luneriburg, 7. Bernardians 'vs. St. Anthony's, 8. At Bernardiari bowl. Jay Hebert, 1960 PGA champion, was professional golf's fifth leading money winner in 1961 with $35,583 won in 31 tournaments. Duracleonr No meuy soaking, so there's n« shrinking, m scrubbing! Everything it dry and ready far use the same day. See fibers. revive... colors come allvil Don't itttie for m«$«y, dd- fuhloned methbdt--insist on »»f«, scientific Duracftan! MONET UCK OUAKANTK DU 6-5386 EVENINGS DURACLEAN RUG mi UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS WHEELER RD., ASH BY LOOK MOM J PASSED! All over town these words mark the beginning of summer vacation for thousands of children. This summer, if lack of ready cash is putting a damper on your vacation plans :. /stop in at either office of the Safety Fund National Bank and arrange a Personal Loan at reasonable bank rates. Service is quick, convenient and confidential. Life insurance is provided at no extra cost to you on the unpaid balance of the loan up to $3000. The Safety Fund National Bank 470 Main St. Cleghorn Branch 19 Fairrriounr PI. Dl 3-640(5 Member Federal .Depesit Insurance Corporation Thank You.. The Matthews Motor Company of Fitchburg wishes to' express sincere appreciation to the many organizations and individuals whose efforts contributed so much to the success of our first annual Soap Box Derby on July 4th, We are grateful to our co-sponsor, the Y's Men's Club, without whose help the event could not have taken place; to the many City of Fitchburg Departments who cooperated so unselfishly; to the sponsors for their generosity; to the many volunteer officials and workers whose assistance was so vital; to the Fitchburg Sentinel and Radio Stations WFGM and WEIM for their excellent coverage; and finally, to the fine people of the area for their enthusiastic support. MATTHEWS MOTOR CO. A Special Congratulations To the Youth of Our Area! . . . we were extremely proud of them all. The design, construction and finishing of all cars 'fas a tribute to every entrant. Their sports- manship in competition should be a great les- son for us all. 17 SNOW ST. FITCHBURG