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PAGE SIX PORT HURON TIMES HERALD, Saturday, April 25, 1964 STOPS OLIVA, TWINS ON 3 HITS Lolkh Hurls Tigers' First Shutout ie Tony Oliva's hitting streak at I with Detroit's first run in the! Vic Power doubled in the sixth ball artist Camilo Pasqual (1-0) in the second game of the weekend series today. eight games. Oliva popped out first, and the Tigers got another and Harmon Killebrew reached foul twice, flied out and ground- in the fifth on successive dou- tricycle off the curb in Portland, and hit a parked motorcycle. I had my right arm in a cast for four months, so I did everything with my left hand. Then when the cast came ed out. bles by Don Wert and Lumpe. In the sixth, three runs were Lumpe, the second baseman DETROIT MINNESOTA ab bt ab bl Wert 3b 4 110 Rollins 3b 4 0 10 Lumpe 2b 5 13 3 Power lb 4 0 10 Cash lb 4 0 0 0 Oliva rf 4 0 0 0 obtained from Kansas City, sin- scored on singles by Willie Hor Kaline rf 2 0 11 Killebrew If 4 0 0 gled in the first inning and ton, Bill Freehan, and Lumpe, scored, doubled home a run in an error, sacrifice and two off, I kept throwing things with! Demeter cf 5 0 0 0 Hall cf 3 0 0 0 second in the seventh when Lumpe dropped his high pop-up. Lolich turned in his first big league shutout, striking out seven and walking two. Afterward, the 23 year old twirler revealed that he does everything right-handed except pitch. "When I was two years old," Lolich explained, "I ran my walks. mv Ipft hanrl hut upnf hark- 3 110 Battey 20 I my leu nana dui went uacK to Aujffe ss jioo McCabec 2000- the right tO eat and later tO I Freehan 4 121 Versalles 1000 I 1 A ft All- IV A A IrfUlltn i nilCM the fifth and drove in two more in the sixth with a basesloaded single. Lumpe lifted his batting average above the .300 mark. Al Kaline drove in Lumpe Minnesota never got a runner past second base. Battey went to second in the fifth when Zollo Versalles was hit by a pitch. write." Dave Wickersham (1-1) was to go against Minnesota curve Stigman 10 0 0 Siebler 0 0 0 0 Arrigo 0 0 0 0 a-Goryl 10 0 0 Dailey 0000 b-Nossek 10 0 0 Pleis 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 5 8 5 Totals 30 0 3 0 a-Struck out for Arrigo in 6th; b-Popped out for Dailey in 8th. Detroit 100 013 0005 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) For a pitcher who's never had a winning season before, Mickey Lo-lich of the Detroit Tigers is off on the Stardust trail. He's already won two games this season and has a zero in the loss column. What's making the difference? Control. "I was always wild before," Lolich said after taming the Minnesota Twins with a three-hit shutout Friday. With a batting assist from Jerry Lumpe, Lolich and the Tigers walked off with a 5-0 triumph. Lolich, going for the first time against the power-packed twins, held them hitless until Earl Battey lined a single with two out in the fifth. He also ended Minnesota rook- Algonac And St. Clair Climb Move Within Game TIMES HERALD Minnesota 000 000 0000 Stigman, Power, Lumpe. PO-A Detroit 27-6, Minnesota 27-20. DP Lumpe, McAuliffe and Cash: Versallea and Allen; Allen and Power. LOB Detroit 11, Minnesota 6. 2B Wert, Lumpe, Power. Lolich. IP ERBBSO Lolich, 2-0 9 3 0 0 2 7 0 Stigman, 0-1 5 5 4 3 3 1 Siebler Vs I 1 1 1 0 Arrigo 1 0 0 1 0 Dailey 2 10 0 10 Pleis 1 0 0 0 0 1 HBP By Stigman, Torton, Kaline; by Lolich, Versalles; by Dailey, Lolich. McKinley, Soar, Salerno, Valentine. 2:26. A 6,169. ESCAPES RUNDOWN Bill Freehan (center), Detroit catcher, is caught in a rundown between second and first base as Vic Power (right), Minnesota first baseman, awaits throw from teammate Bernie Allen. Freehan was ruled safe at first when Power dropped the ball. (AP Wirephoto) Hopkins Breaks GOLF, NET, TRACK SQUADS LOSE PH Baseball Team Lone Victor Over Birmingham Owens Record track teams were handed de Port Huron High's baseball Jesse's 1935 Mark Bettered By Vi Inch team was the only victor Friday in a four-sports engagement with Birmingham-Seaholm High. Coach John Heering's Big Reds evened their Eastern Mich- feats. The golfers had their win-streak snapped at four, 212 to 222; the netters dropped their third straight meet in four starts, 3-2 and the track team DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) A mighty leap in an event he A 4it doesn't like has doubled Gayle.igan League record at 1-1 with Hopkins' chances for a spot on a 3-1 nod over the Maples atlsuffered its first dual meet set- the U.S. Olympic track team Memorial Park. back in three, 78-31. this fall, Big Reds golf, tennis andl Lefthander Gary Roberts al lowed three hits, struckout nine and came through with a timely hit in a three-run fourth inning. Birmingham scored a run in the top of the third on an error, wild throw, wild pitch and Bill Kovachevich's first of two singles. The Big Reds tallied on a walk to Terry Diggins, who promptly stole second and third base. On the latter theft the catcher's throw sailed into left field and Diggins scored. Dennis Herrick was safe on an error and moved around on Roberts single, which was mishandled in tirtkf tia)A ifilro If al rnaca) TAKING A CLOSER LOOK Umpire Lee Weyer, of Imlay City, is right on top of play and called Tony Gonzalez, Philadelphi a Phillies outfielder, out at third base. Gonzalez tried to go from first to third on single to left ield by Wes Covington. Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo took Bill Williams throw in time to make tag. (AP Wirephoto) The lean Arizona senior had been pinning his hopes for a trip to Japan on the hop-step-and-jump, where he ranks as one of the nation's finest. Now he also rates as one of the country's leading broad- i 1 1 im t-i fc aff ni niimiMn Ant tk Celtics Can Wrap Up 6th NBA Title Sunday Bunning Wins 2nd For Phils (By United Press international) plate and is batting .500 for the set. Actually wanderin' Juan, SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Bos- ICO 1 1 Catra ctanA inot a oama game in San Francisco with a 98-95 victory Friday night over the stubborn Warriors. Jim Bunning is doing what i-o laai boldest mark on the Drake Re- jr. Of SCAL Leader Algonac and St. Clair pulled to within one game of league-leading Port Huron Catholic Friday as Algonac (3-1) downed Yale (0-4) 8-4, and St. Clair (3-1) defeated Richmond (1-2) 11-6 in St. Clair Area League baseball games. Tim McKay struck out 11 and contributed a pair of singles to the St. Clair attack as the Saints jumped to a 7-0 lead in the first inning. Three hits, five walks and two errors accounted for the seven runs. Jim Stern, Richmond's losing pitcher, had two doubles and a single. Algonac's Dave Jacques struck out 15, but he also walked six and the Muskrats contributed an error, spoiling his bid for a shutout. Jay Meldrum drove in three runs for Algonac with a double and home run, and Paul Mackey and Tom Perkowski each had two hits. Yale's Phil Robinson, 2-for-2 at the plate, drove in two runs with his fifth-inning double. St. Clair 710 300 0-11 Richmond 021 003 0- 8 2 McKay, Shafer (7), Shobbrook (7) and Shobbrook, Cartwright (7); Stem. Tel-tow (5) and Pentzein. Yale 000 021 14 2 Algonac 020 033 8 10 1 Kovach, Chandler (5), McQuire (6) and fcstrander; Jacques and Stringer. Open Campaign On West Coast DETROIT (UPI) The Detroit Lions will open the 1964 season with two games on the West Coast before returning Tom Hemsohn, the pro veter- nmA a Hank Fischer steadied afteridays late since he had books and setting the only NaUonalBaskeeb aHssSiJn a rocky start to win his second.given a special extension of the, record in the meet Friday. charnpionship today and are fav. game for the Braves, who dealtldeadline because he played; HoPkins. who says he has-j tQ wm thejr h(me considered himself Heering said righthander Bill an from Holy Cross, provided the difference with a 15-point burst in the third period as the (never a good winter ball. the Dodgers their eighth de in his first start Pizarro, Celtics took the lead for the first feat in 10 games. Rookie pinch-hitter Phil Gag' court Sunday. They virtually wrapped up the crown before the largest crowd ever to watch a pro basketball held the BostoniroT 'T' the season, time and outscored the Warriors comes naturally for the Philadelphia Phillies standing National League batters on their heads. It's an old trick of the Detroit Tiger pitcher, who in five All-Star game appearances for the American League allowed only three runs in a total of 14 innings. And it's one of the big reasons the Phillies are early front-runners in the NL with Red Sox to three hits, ripped a liano singled home Dick Groat i uiane ii a i is. set oy me great Jesse Owens. 28-8 during their big surge, in the 11th inning to give Lou pair of singles good for three. He takes a crack today at the where his "Heinsohn didn't get one easy shot," declared Warrior coach Alex Hannum. "They were all Duraeue nis nrsi i 8Ui.e hop-step-jump record, wl season for the Cardinals. struck out six and walked only struck out six and walked i i- ffijgJAH.lll.'l! Bob Friend beat the Mets ging the ful1 nine the Drake standard. tough. Leading 3-1 in the best four-of-seven series for the NBA title, the 10th straight time over a nin8s- Also on tap today was the period of three seasons behind! Floyd Robinson added a two- mjie run featuring Tom O'Hara i i I ii I Racely'and southpaw Tom Stafford were his selections to face Davison High in an exhibition twinbill, starting at 1 p.m., today at Memorial Park. Birmingham 000 100 0 1 4 Port Huron 000 300 3 3 3 Fremuth and Kovachevich, Pearn; Roberts and McAuley. Port Huron's Joe Fowler fired a 39 to take medalist honors at the Stony Croft Golf Club. It was the first EML setback for the Big Reds in two matches. Port Huron: Tony Gholz, 42; Jo Fowler, 39; Steve Hill, 48; Joe Mericka, 44; Ed Koopman, 49. Total 222. Birmingham; Gary Kirwan, 41; Jim Herman, 43; Jeff Woodward, 43; Jim Kirwan, 44; Troy Hornsberger, 41. Total 212. The tennis loss left the Big Reds with a 0-2 EML mark, By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE six wins in seven games that give them the lead even over Won Lost Pet. Behind a 13-nit attack tnat inciuaea run nomer ior me wnne aox in 0f Loyola of Chicago, who ran a Cleveland 4 tne Celtics appear a shoo in and Hannum admitted, "We've 3:56.4 indoors this winter. .800 .714 .625 .556 tour hits by Hill Virdon. jmeir o-i victory, jjick siuari Juan Pizarro is a special provided Boston with its only Baltimore the, I Another headliner was case with the Chicago White, tauy' nis nrst nome run oi tne Sox. the slugging San Francisco Giants. The slim 32-year-old righthander from Southgate, acquired from the Tigers last Dec. 5, made his second start of the season for the Phillies .500 .444 .429 .375 .333 1 2 2 2V4 i University mile relay, with Ari- Boston 4 zone State and Rice expected to'ST" battle. Rice was beaten out of Angeles 3 record Friday when it ran season in me iourin inning. Washington whipped Kansas City in 10 innings, 6-1; and Cleveland outlasted the Los An The Puerto Rican lefthander is a year-round baseball player who more or less sets his own 200 3:10.2 in a oualifvins heat hut! FRIDAY'S results Detroit 5. Minnesota 0 geles Angels, 5-2, in 16 innings, got our backs to the wall." Then he added, "But we've been in that position several times in in the past few months." Bill Russell turned in a tremendous defensive job and Wilt Chamberlain was limited to 27 points, high for the night but low for the 7-foot-l Warrior ace. "The big significance in the game was Boston's great, great defense," said Hannum. "They Friday night and coasted to a was ClOCKea Dy only one 6, Boston 1, night time table like reporting 30 inn c. in uiiici miiei tan league ut- and flpn prl thp mark wasnmgion Kansas uny nignt 10-0 victory over the Chicago days after the Chicago aeniea. tne marK- Cleveland s.lo. Annies l. is inninw. while the track loss was the first in two. Cubs. Bunning's first start foriwere required to be in i Arizona State's mile team fea-i night the Phi i YOrK lanKees ana Baltimore turps Hpnrv Carr whn failpH uny 8ames scneauiea ullies resulted in a 4-1 camp this spring. lures nenry varr, wno lanea; today's games tnis spring. Singles: Dave Schultt (PH) def. Phil Foss (B) 6-4, 2-6, 7-5; Bruce Green (B) def. Roger Clemens (PH) 6-3. 6-2: Bob uuuies weie nut sliicuuicu. Friday tO threaten the world Baltimore (Pappas 0-1) at New York But the White Sox weren't up- home to Tiger Stadium for a Monday night game with the Green Bay Packers and a Sunday date with the New York Giants. win over the New York Mets so! he's allowed just one run and 13 hits in 18 innings. I Wingerter (B) def. Jack Morris (PH) 6-4, 6-3. 220-dash mark when he Won alDetrdt (WIckerAam l-l) at Minnesota special furlong in 21 seconds (Pauai i-o). Wayne Causey's twojbase error opened the gates for four Doubles: Alex Kidd-Dave tashbrook (PH) def liick Swanrv-Hirk Tnhin ins were completely aggressive all Bunning struck out nine, ml unearned runs in a five-run 10th flat by beating Omaha's Roger, hardt i-o. A nPC IrAIYiO innins for the Washington Sena- Savers. I Washington (banieis i-o.) at Kansas city unearned runs in a five-run 10th Of the time and never gave UD-. -3; George Moser-Craig John- The Lions will face the two and didn't allow an (Drabowsky 0-0) twilight pressing us." (PH) 7i 3 Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Sept souinpaw uauae usteen Cleveland (Grant 1-0) at Los Angeles went the full 10 innings scatter- 13 and the following Saturday, Sept. 19, will play the Rams in Los Angeles. irtg seven hits to gain his first extra base hit in scoring the 17th shutout of his big league career. He also contributed, three hits to a 16-hit attack in which John Herrnstein had two; Away From IHL Crown (Chance 1-0), nignt. SUNDAY'S GAMES Cleveland at Los Angeles Washington at Kansas City Detroit at Minnesota Boston at Chicago Baltimore at New York Flags Appeal LeCaine Ban Jim Cates won the high jump and Bob Wedge the 440-yard dash for the only firsts garnered by the Big Reds' track team, which had its EML showing The Warriors, who humbled the Celtics 115-91 on Wednesday night, led 24-17 at the quarter and 44-40 at the half before the 14,862 partisan fans in the Cow Palace. When the count reached 52-49 The first home date against victory in three decisions. The Cleveland Indians broke up the longest game of the the Packers was scheduled fori doubles and a triple. Tonv Gon- MONDAY'S GAME TOLEDO, Ohio (AP)-The To- Mondav nisht. Sent. 28 because Uaio-j Hmtm in frmr- rune Pnrr Hnrnn Flao n.n.r.1 1 Washington at Los Angeles, night young season with three runs in evened at 1-1. game scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE the Detroit Tigers will be usingthree hits and Johnny Callison Biaes aereateT? the 16th inning to defeat Shot put Snyder (B). Dimbaner (Bl. Won Lost Pet. Behind Wayne Komets 3-1 Friday night the stadium each of the previ-jhit a two-run homer for San Francisco, the Celtics the Angels, 5-2, in a four-hour Philadelphia manager rranK uauagner is appealing International Hockey League Commissioner Andy Mulligan one month suspension exploded. Sam Jones started it qus three Sundays. Ernie Banks singled in the tor 80 anead tne best" "The Monday night date was ninth for the Cubs to tie Gabby1? feven Sames, International the earliest date we could r-aroor tntai nf League playoffs. with two quick field goals put 38-minute marathon at Los Angeles. Cleveland had carried a 2-0 lead into the ninth inning on San Francisco 7 Pittsburgh 5 St. Louis 6 Milwaukee 5 Cincinnati 5 of Flags winger Billy LeCaine. .857 .778 .625 .600 .556 .500 .400 .375 .200 .143 ting Boston ahead. Then Heinsohn hit seven field goals and 18 2 2V4 3-4 3'i 5Vi at the stadium," a club spokes-jtotal bases second only to the fdmc w'u uoe dl rorMtwo-run homer by Woody Held1 LeCaine was originally fined Houston 4 man said. ''Rather than nlav i HQ tntai huoc amaccoH Wayne Sunday, with the (U Chicago 3 his production proved just en i Los Angeles me nrsi inree games on tne LaD Anson in the davs ot the "'j. iU.tuv ough for victory. Thirty-six players were used; Mulligan, would have been sus-iNew York 1 road, we decided to take the'dpaH hall. (Tuesday i l.J .1 KlUAI 3 HUULIS penaea tor tne reman Pnuea ior me remainder in the contest. Art Fowler, the or Pittsburgh 9, New York 4, night 11 HT 1 rr-, Monday night date." the IHL playoff series if 10' Chicago night loser, walked two and hit an The Giants, continuing their aa hPavv rannnnariin wallnnorl Terry tallied for the T71 ian rrancisco la, umcinnau. hiih The Lions' fourth eame. Oct. Simmons (PH). Dist. 50-feet-5VJ. Broad jump Heft (B), Wedge (PH), McAuley (PH). Dist. 20-feet-10'2. High jump Cates (PH), Thompson (B), Wedge (PH). 880-yard relay Birmingham. Time 1:32.7. Mile run Olson (B), Dennis (B), Hud-gins (PH). Time 4:47.7. High hurdles Heft (B), Chryrt (8), Hamilton (B). Time 15.1 880-yard run Schoen (B), Richardson (B). Thomason (PH). Time 1:59 5. 440-yard dash Wedge (PH), Shoulderi (PH), Bell (B). 4. 100-yard dash Dubin (E), Himmel (PH). Christensen (B). Time :99. Low hurdles Hamilton (B), Lyneii (B), Chambers (PH). Time :22 0. 220-yard dash Dubin (B), Himmel (PH), Christensen (B). Time :22.1. Mile relay Birmingham. Time 3:31 1. Pole vault Evangelista (B), McAuley (PH), Heft (B). Miss Preuss Wins PINEHURST, N.C. (AP)-Phyllis (Tish) Preuss of Pom- Hockey Playoffs By The Associated Press FINALS NATIONAL LEAGUE FRIDAY'S RESULT Via rin.mnnl! nA IE Tinr-innati R.Hc l.l- 4. will be a home rlatP aeainst th UubChaK scored 1 iopa iiciu wun trie nnai game Milwaukee 6, Los Angeles 3, night of their Series A playoff withSt- Louis Kl'S 5-AUpsn'nss' LilC IUlilliai-l 1 CU3. 1U-U, 111 the Giants, Eastern Division Milwaukee Braves downed the ine oniy ror vvayne oai San Francisco (Sanford 2-0) at Cincinnati other batter in the fatal 16th. John Romano stroked a double to snap the deadlock. Don Mc-Mahon, the fourth Cleveland hurlder, was the winner. (Purkev 0-1) champions of 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers, 6-3; the No game plaved TODAY'S GAME Detroit's traditional Thanks St. Louis Cardinals scored an New York (Fisher 0-0) at Pittsburgh (Beale 0-1). Los Angeles (Podres 0-0) at Milwaukee Detroit at Toronto, best-of-7 series tied St. Stephen Golfers Win giving Day game will have the World Champion Chicago Bears Toledo Blades earlier this month. LeCaine drew the fine for pushing referee George Harrison in the final game of the series in Toledo. Two days later Mulligan increased the fine to $35 and or 11-inning 3-2 victory over the Houston Colts and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the New INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FRIDAY'S RESULT as opponents Toledo 3, Fort Wayne 1, Toledo leads (Spahn 0-1). Chicago (Jackson 1-1) at Philadelphia (Bennett 1-0), night. Houston (Farrell 1-0) at St. Louis (Craig 0-0), night. SUNDAY'S GAMES New York at Pittsburgh, 2 St. Augustine Posts 2nd Win RICHMOND Zenon Grace Greg Duva carded a medal York Mets, 9-4 Willie Mays scored five runs 41 t0 Pace St- Stephen High's and hit his seventh homer of glf team to a 175 to 198 nine- pitched Richmond St. Augustine dered LeCaine suspended for the h'? the season in addition to two nole match decision over PortiHish tn its second straieht Ma- first month of the 1964-65 season. Los Angeles at Milwaukee U7 San Francisco at Cincinnati, 2 We cant understand why monday-s game Dest-oi- series 3-i TODAY'S GAME No games scheduled SUNDAY'S GAME Toledo at Fort Wavne MONDAY'S GAME No game scheduled TUESDAY'S GAME Fort Wayne at Toledo, If necessary (By United Press International) ROME (UPI) Salvatore Burrini, 1121,, Italy outpointed Walter McGowan, 109'2, Britain 15. singles and Willie McCovey hit "uron -atnonc Hign friday atjComb Parochial League base- pano Beach, Fla. scored a record 7 and 6 victory over Mrs. George Trainor of Rochester, N.Y. Friday to win the 62nd an NBA Playoffs By The Associated Press FINALS FRIDAY'S RESULT Boston 98. San Francisco 95, Boston leads best-of-7 series 3-1 TODAY'S GAME No game scheduled SUNDAY'S GAME San Francisco at Boston MONDAY'S GAME No game scheduled his fifth homer as the nuron U011 iU0 course. ball win, whipping Bishop Gal Mulligan changed his Ane'''5 a' nisnt Onlv gamp srhpdtl pri The results: 1 -l- 1 uauagiici aaiu. nave crushed the Reds with an 18-hit attack. lagher 6-2. Grace scattered five hits and St. Stephen: Greg Duva, 41; 42; George Fountain, 45; Bill Wilson. learned Harrison had requested nual North and South women's amateur golf tournament. Mavs has now r.nllprtpd 47. Total 175 Port Huron Catholic struckout 11. Eric Green had. that no suspension be given to h-. u- i uary kossi, 10m yearns, orea its in his last 21 trips to the'Marone, so; Craig Smith, 53. Totai-198 two hits fqr St. Augustine. ILeCame NFL Season Includes Two Monday Games NEW YORK (AP) The National Football League has extended its 1964 schedule into the TOP AREA TRACK EFFORTS Skippers Blanked By Flint In Tennis, 2 Baseball Games FLINT Port Huron Junior Vassar Twosome Own Impressive Records week to include five Saturday College baseball and tennis teams were rudely treated here games, a Friday night contest By M.KE MIDDLESWORTH and two Monday night games in Al Copp, Algonac 5:10 3 son's effort is also a Blue Water Friday by Flint Junior College Darl Fluegge of Owen-Gage and Bob Jameson, Marlette. Fluegge HIGH HURDLES (Times Herald Assistant Sports Editor) addition to the usual Thanksgiv Area record. Daniels also ruined John Johnson's bid for a no-hit game in the second game. Daniels tripled down right field foul line with two out in the seventh inning. It was the only hit off Johnson. Starter Gene Lakusiak and Darl Fluegge, Owen-Gage 15. 6 With the Blue Water Area ing Day special at Detroit. Flint's tennis team, defending Michigan Junior College Confer Larry Kandler, Anchor Bay :24 5 Jeff Greene, Unionville Leo Vossen, St. Clair MILE RELAY Algonac 3 SO 4 PH Cathnlic i Bruce Hooan. Bad Axe track and field season barely Among the innovations in the 16.85 :17. 3 :17. 5 :17. 7 is the leader in the highs with a 15.6 mark, while Jameson boasts a 21.6 clocking in the In the dashes, 1963's top man in the 220, Dave Himmel of Port Huron High, leads in the 100- Bill Teeple, Marysville Bob Schuch, Unionville Joe Cripps, Kingston 880-YARD RUN 98 game schedule, announced underway, two outstanding performances have already been 3-52 9 by Commissioner Pete Rozelle lows. yard dash this season with a recorded Dale. Sage. Reese 3:04 3 Mike Sharpe. PH Catholic- 2:13.45 Marysville a Friday night home opener Dragmiller. who pitched the sixth inning, limited Flint to 10.2 clocking. Leading the 220 Jeff Harris. Port Huron 2:14. 7 Walt Hempton, Cass City pole vault i for the New York Giants with In the other field events, Port Huron's Vern McAuley has the Dennis Kerr. Bad Axe 2:16. 0 vern mcrtuiey. port Huron U-feet-0 is Richmond's Bob Chalmers, who posted a 23.4 clocking. St. Gary Stnetz, Marine City 2:16 0 Tom Smith. Marvsville lo.fprf.s High fine high-jumper, who leaped 6-feet-l last year to lead Washington, their first home night game since 1938 and Mon 440-YARD DASH ence champion, ended Port Huron JC's young win string at two with a 7-0 pasting. Port Huron's baseball twinbill was just as disastrous. The Skippers opened their baseball season and failed to score a run as Flint rang up 8-0 and 6-0 decisions. Jack Dragmiller was the losing pitcher in the first game, in best mark in the pole vault, clearing 11 feet even. Vassar's John Bower, St. Stephen :55.1 John Necsz. Bad Axe 10-feet-0 Steve Gordon, Cros-Lex 10-feet-0 Blaine Ball, Unionville 10-feet-0 Stephen's John Bower holds the day night dates in Detroit and lead in the 440-yard dash, with three hits in the nightcap. (First Game) Port Huron JC 000 000 0 5 Flint JC 430 10C i-l 1 Dragmiller and Jack, Cleaver; Gallo and Hayes. (Second Game) Port Huron JC 000 000 00 I Flint JC 210 111 6 3 2 Lakusiak. Draemiller (6) anri SHUl PUT St. Louis James Kustkowski, Marysville :55 5 Mike Shoulders, Port Huron :560 Dale Mcintosh, Cass City :56.9 Mike Borodychuk, Unionville :57.9 George Miller holds the top spot in the broad jump, with a a :55.1 effort. Rob Johnson, Vassar 54-feet-6 Jim Chambers. Port Huron 47-feet-5 The season will open with a 100-YARD DASH leap of 21-feet-6. Top half-miler in the area is Jim Naert 47-feet-5 Ben Witukiewicz, Marysville 46-feet-7 Dennis Kain, Seoewaing 46-feet-3V4 HIGH JUMP Reese's Dale Sage, who cover Dave Himmel, Port Huron 10 2 Alan Rickert, Richmond 10.5 Larry Handler. Anchor Bay 10.7 the area, cleared 6-feet-3 in a dual meet earlier this month, 4 mark half inch better than the state Class record. ROB JOHNSON, following in the footsteps of Jim Colosky, ene of last season's best shot-putters, at Vassar, tossed the The leaders: 880-YARD RELAY Johnson and Hayes. Jeff Greene, Unionville 10.7 Dick Dechane, Bad Axe 10.7 Walt Hampton, Cass City Jim Cates, Port Huron Bob Wedge, Port Huron Port Huron 1:390 Richmond 1:39.1 Singles: Ted Crager (F) def. Steve Burley (PH) 6-1. 6-2; Alex ed the 880 yards in 2:04.3. He also holds a 17-second lead over the second man on the list in the mile, which he leads at LOW HURDLES 6-fect- 3 5-feeMO 5-feet-10 5-feet- 7 5-feet- 7 spite of scattering five hits. However, he walked nine batters and had five errors made behind him. night game, Saturday, Sept. 12 in the Cotton Bowl, where the Dallas Cowboys will meet the St. Louis Cards. It will close Sunday, Dec. 13. The championship game will be played Sunday, Dec. 27 in the home city of the Eastern Conference cham-i Bob Jameson. Marlette :21 6 Uan Hilhs, Yale St. Clair 1:40.1 New Haven 1:418 PH Catholic 1:42.8 Dwight Lee, New Haven BROAD JUMP George Miller. Vassar 4:42.1. 21-feet-6 def. Bill Cogley (PH) 6-3, 2-6, 6-4; John Matthews (F) def. Don Kinch (PH) 6-1 8-6: Dennis Demock (F) def. Larrv Davis (PH) 8-4, 6-3; Sandy Kardos (F) def Ron Bonnett (PH) -D, 9-7. Doubles: Crager-Peterson (F) def. Bur. ley-Cog lev (PH) (-1. 6-2: Bill Daniels had two of the Joe Cripps, Kingston :22 0 Darl Fluegge, Owen-Cage 22 2 Barry Lange, Marysville :22 4 Jim Chambers. Port Huron :22 4 220-YARD DASH Bob Chalmers. Richmond :23 4 Dwight Lee. New Haven 20-fet-6 MILE RUN Dale Sage, Rwse 4:42 1 Jack Ward, PH Catholic 4:59 0 12-pound ball 54 feet, 6 inches hist week to set a new school record. Like Hempton's, John- Bob Wedge, Port Huron 20-feet-5l Skippers' five hits off winning TOPS IN THE hurdles are Dirk Fisrh. Algonac l-feet-9'A Walt Thomason, Port Huron pitcher Frank Gallo. 1 pions. :23.7 George Sham, Marysville 19-feet-S 9:06 0IBob Fernby, Port Huron Paul Marsden, Marysville mock (F) def. Davia-Kinch (PH) 1-4, I4.

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