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Monday, June 1, 1959
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II Redwings In 10-Ganie Bi-Slatc Grid Loop Schedule This Fall Plymouth Makes Game Bid In Slalc Class C r Mccl: Beaten. 21-19 l5 THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS, Monday, June I, 1959 A 10-game schedule of top-drawer amateur football has been lined up for Sheboygan's Redwings this fall in the reorganized Bi-State Football League. , Due to open in Sheboygan in the opening city game are the Aurora Chiefs, a team that finished fifth last year just one notch ahead of the Redwings. That tilt will be played on Sept. 5. the Saturday of the Labor Day weekend. The Bi-State loop will be minus two 1958 members but will have one new team to make tip tor mose losseR. uone are Cudahy and the Chicago Hor nets, two organizations that had financial troubles to go along with their run-of-the-mill field performances. Newly-entered are the Chicago Gaels, a squad which will be coached by Frank Lobell with the cream of the Hornet group making it entirely likely that this new team could be a for midable one. Play this fall will be on a two-divisional basis with She boygan, Racine, and Manitowoc in the northern group and Aurora, Elmhurst, and Chicago in the south. Winners of the two divisions will meet for the league title on Nov. 13. The Sheboygan schedule: kkmvino Mfir.nri.E Sfpt, 5 Aurore. here. Sept. 12 Manitowoc here', S.-pt. lu At Aurora. Spt. 27 At Klmhurit. Oct. 3 Racine here". Oct. 11 thlcHgo here. Oct. 1 At Racine. Oct. 25 Ctilraeo here. Nov. 1 Klmruimt here, Nov. 7 At Manitowoc', ('night game). Roach Honchd Of Returning To Lineup In Week Or So By RAY W. DOHERTY MILWAUKEE (LTD Mel Roach, counted on to replace the recuperating Red Schoendienst at second base for the Milwaukee Braves, said today he is hopeful of being restored to duty in the next week, or "before this home stand ends." Roach has been out of action since last August, when he twisted his left knee in a second base collision with Daryl Spencer of the San Francisco Giants. At the time he was playing brilliantly in relief of Schoendienst. who was injured. Schoendienst is now recovering from tuberculosis. Roach said his knee "feels fine and I don't have any pain. I'm hopeful of getting back on the active list before this home stand ends," he said. The Braves leave town a week from today. General Manager John McHal said he and Manager Fred Haney had noticed the marked improve ment in Roach's condition and playing in workouts the past ten days. "We thought we would wait until this weekend before mak ing a decision on returning him to the active list. We want to be very sure he is ready," said Mc- Hale. Haney wouldn't say when Roach might return to active service except that "he's been working darn hard." "It's pretty much Roach's de cision," said Coach George Susce. Shortstop Johnny Logan said Roach seemed to be moving well and able to make the pivot on double plays. But he wasnt as optimistic about his return to the lineup. "I figure It will be about two or three weeks," said Logan. Roach said he's still running up ana flown the steps ot the stadium's second deck and lifting weights to strengthen the knee. "I feel I'm about ready to start playing," he said. It's pos sible, he said, that his first work might be in the outfield to see how the knee holds up under game conditions. "Of course, right now it's kind of hard breaking into our out field." McHale said Roach s return if he shows anvthine of last years form, would lessen the second base worries now present because of the poor batting aver ages of Johnny O'Brien and Felix Mantilla. O'Brien was hitting J2d and Mantilla an even .100. 'Stars' Captains, Managers Meet Managers and captains of Junior Stars and Stars of To morrow teams are scheduled to meet in Room 215 at Central High School at 7 o'clock tonight A workout for Stars of To morrow leaguers will be held at Legion Park at 6 p.m. Wednes day, according to an announce ment by Al Willers. If S mi) Va. be ne golf Michcy Wright Breaks Record VIRGINIA BEACH, (LTD Mickey Wright licves she played three of most consistent rounds of tnis year in setting a new cir cuit record and winning the Cav alier Women s golf tournament. Miss Wright fired a steady one over par 70 Sunday for a 51-hole total of 207 and $997.50 in prize money. Mickey, in her fifth j ear in pro golf, won by two strokes over Beverly Hanson. SwonI Dancer Wins NEW YORK Brookmeade Stable's Sword Dancer, with Willie Shoemaker in the saddle, won the $115,900 Metropolitan Handicap by 3',i lengths before a holiday crowd of 43,671, largest of the New York racing season, at Belmont Park. Jimmer was second and Talent Show was third. KM C RM N O 'EM VOW S Veteran Pitcher Hoyt Wil-helm, a National League cast-off, shows his knuckleball grip in New York after registering his fourth straight win- over the Yankees and his seventh of the season, no losses. The Baltimore Oriole is aged (for baseball) 35. Dutchmen In Sensational 3-2 Victory Oostburg's Flying Dutchmen were just one victory away from a coveted state tournament berth in baseball following their sensational 3 to 2 upset victory over Milwaukee Washington over the holiday weekend in the Mavville sectional. Coach Gene Thieleke's team will now have to get by powerful Fond du Lac, which has the "$10,000 right arm" of pitching ace Hub King to rely on. The game will be played, tentatively, at 7 o'clock Tuesday. Fondy beat Mavville, 3-1, in its tour ney opener. Oostburg ran into 17-strikeout pitching by brilliant Don Hein- richs in the Mayville opener (he'd had several no-hitters already), but despite getting onlv five hits they made the most of them. And the Dutchmen's own ace, Dick Zuengler, was very, very tough when he had to lie in scattering seven hits, fanning 10, and walking three. Heinrichs walked five, Washington took a 2-0 lead in the third on two hits and an error, and when uostnurg len the bags loaded on a called third strike in the fourth things looked grim. With one out in the fifth, Gor- die Veldboom then got the first hit with a slamming triple and Howie Brusso was safe on weird fielder's choice to third, Zuengler then bashed a double to left and whenf Johnny Swart followed tip with a grounder to second two runs were in. Jim Flipse then ripped a line drive through the box and it was 3-2. Zuengler had to strike out the last batter of the game with two men on in the seventh to save the ball game. Plymouth's Panthers made a game bid for the states Class B track championship at Hartford Saturday, but Sturgeon Bay's relay power was too much for the Orange and Black in a heatedly-contested meet. Going into the final event of the day, the bSO relay, toacn Werner Finke was sweating out 19 to 11 lead over the Bays but the Door County school had a speedy baton combination and was expected to do well in the windup. How well was tho question, for the team had to fuiish either first or second in order to either beat out Plymouth or tic for the title. With the Panthers watching tensely in a light drizzle, Sturgeon Bay whikked around the oval in 1:341 in its 'heat, nip ping Cudahy at the tape and thereby taking 10 points and the crown. The final standings showed Sturgeon Bay with 21, Plymouth 19. Kimbcrly 17, and Prairio du Chien and Green-dale 15 each among the leaders. Port Washington scored seven, New Holstein and Chilton four each. It was Sturgeon Bay's baton- passing speed against riym outh's balance, actually, the Bays winning both relays for 20 points in those events alone Plymouth did a hangup job, over-all, by scoring well in variety of events but had to score the hard way, being un able to pick up "big" points in the relays. Ken Zimmerman won the broad jump with a 20'9" leap and Mark Meilahn cleared 11'4 to win the pole vault for the Panthers. Karl Hecker, whose times had make him a possible favor ite in both hurdles going into the meet, was unable to beat out defending champion Darrcll Jansen of Kimlx'rly in two furious duels .Jansen, who won 15 points in all (he won the high jump at a record 6'VL beat out llcckrr in the high hurdles In 14.25 and in the lows In 19.6 to establish records in both events! Plymouth's other scorer was Ed Bnnkman with a fifth In the broad jump. Bill Lodes of New Holstein took second in the discus; Chil ton's Mike Hoffman was third in the 100 and Ed Reinboker was fifth in the 220; and Dick leinzflman of Port Washington was third in the discus and Dick Shores fourth in the pole vault. Sparkler of the day was Wavne Tess of Hartford who won the 4W in a scnsaiiona .0.5 to break the old mark of Dan Pick of West Bend of 51 flat in 19.(1! The same four runners ran for Sturgeon Bay in both relays Doug Rcichard, Bob Peter son, Bob Schmidt, and Jim Anderson; only other Ixiy to score for the champs was Roger C rass with fifth in the discus! Defending ch;impion Llkhom scored only one point. Gonzales Still World Tennis Champ LA JOLLA, Calif. l Pan-rho Gonzales is the world professional tennis champion for the fifth straight year. Gonzales clinched the title Saturday and then defeated his main rival, Lew Hoad, in the tinal match of their tour, 6-3, 15' 13. Sunday. r.onzales won $29,150 on the tour. Hoad's total was $28,250 The championship is based on nionev won. Hoad came out on ton in matches with Gonzales, 15-13. Oiutbiirc al) r h k. Zurn r Vcldh'om Brum Ten Pan D. Zuen'r Swart Fllnne Wvnveen TerMnot Bloemors Mil. Wash. , b r 4 0 1 Dunn 4 1 URartch 5 1 0 Knpppel (I 0 0 Holmes 4 1 2 Ilclnrlch 3 0 0' Schneider 2 O 1 Horwltt 4 0 0 Fields 2 O (VI .a Print 3 0 O Hamsun Blucjays Top Fox Cities, '.' -By The Associated Pre Rain cut the Threc-1 League schedule of games in half Sun' day. In the three games played Sioux City took both ends of doublehcader from Burlington 4-3 and 7-5, and Green Bay topped Appleton, 4-3. Pitcher Don Kenway's single in the 10th inning lifted Green Bay past Appleton and into a third-place tie with Topeka. It was the third victory for Ken-way, who relieved Don Huffman in the ninth. V i t" 1 jr 1 t - 1 '.X '.a .7 mSBiW luteAt."-- -1 ...... iL Til ATS MIKK MH.1I.L of Haddonficld. . McKay Special as they tangled on the norm N. J. in Dajlon SF Special turning turtle over Chuck Weyant of Springfield, III, in his Roy A cast turn during the 500-milc race at Indian-npolis, Ind., Memorial Day. (AP Wirephoto). Ward To Continue Riskina; Neck For Treasury Ky DALE III KCESS Afttiorlated Pre Sport W rller INDIANAPOLIS -T- Rodger Ward, loaded down with loot from the richest auto rare ever run, will go right on competing in the world's most dangerous sport. Ward and his car owner, Lead er Lards, inc., ol lunwaimri-, won $10t;,850 in the 43rd 500- milc race Saturday. The World War 11 fighter pilot's take under the customary contract would be 40 per cent, $12,710. That means Ward will be risking his neck hugely for the U.S. Treasury the rest of this season but his pretty brunette wife, Jo, says he probably would ruce for nothing. 'I'm going to make the rest of the I'SAC championship races and possibly some sports car events if I can get a good car," Ward said. His next rafV will be the 100-miler at Milwaukee next Sunday. The lust two Indianapolis winners, Sam Hanks and Jimmy Rryan, passed tip the rest of the circuit after their big winnings at; the Speedway. It took Ward nine attempts before he won the big pot. Only a dedicated race driver woul have continued after his experience in the 1955 Memorial Day classic. His front axle broke, triggering tho four-car crash that killed two-time-winner Hill Vukovich.. He entered the 500 again the next year and finished eighth his best until last Saturday. Ward escaod injury in an other sensational crash April 4 at Daytona Beach, in a 50-niilo event that followed the world's record 100-miler in which he finished second to Jim Rath-man of Miami. Ward set a new Speedway tecord of 135.837 miles an hour, beating Jim Rathmann by about a mile. Rathniann'a 1.35 .619 also Hanks' 1957 record of topped 133601. It turned out to be a four-car race and Ward got a big assist from his smooth pit crew and air Jacks. which were installed in his A. J. Watson-built car. He made three stops for fuel and tires in a grand total of one minute and 13 seconds. Brave-Yankee Trios To Shine IIR Contest S 0 1 o n o 4 n 4 0 3 n a n 2 n 2 l s n 3 1 Totals 29 3 5; Toll 27 3 MIMI WINS AT WIESBADEN WILSBADEN, Germany (UPI) Mimi Arnold of Redwood City, Calif., won the women's singles title in the Wiesbaden International tennis tournament Sunday by defeating German Champion Margot Dltt-meycr, 6-4, 6-1. Warren Woodcock of Australia won the men's sincles title by defeating Ulf y Schmidt of Sweden, 5-7, 6-1, 6-3. MILWAUKEE (UPI) -- A home run contest lietwecn the Braves' Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews and Joe Adeork, and the Yanks' Mickey Mantle. Hank Bauer and Hill Sknwron will precede the Milwaukee-New York charity game hero June 29. Each of the sluggers will be allowed to hit five fair balls and the player with the most home runs will be the winner. In case of a tie, each will hit another three balls. Of the six stars, Mantle has hit the most home runs in one Benson. 5:'. Mathews has the h'mhest home nin total for time in the majors among the six, to date. Adcock has the best record of homers for one game among the six, four in a single contest. Mathews has 16 homers and Aaron 14 homers to date to take (he top two spots respectively among National League slug gers. None of the Yankee hit tors are among the American League's top six home run men now. The Braves' share of the charity gate will be turned over to the Milwaukee Braves' Federa tion, dedicated to the memory of the late Frederick C. Miller, which provides scholarships to Wisconsin young men and wom en to the colleges of then-choice. The Yankees' share will ho used to buy sports emiip-mcnt fop-needy children in the Johnny Thomson of Boyer town, Ta., the fastest qualified, had to make four pit stops, broke a torsion bar spring and finished third. Ward let Rathmann, Thom son and Pat Flaherty of Chica go, the 1956 winner, do most of the fighting for the lead in the first half of the race whil he conserved his tires to save & pit stop. Flaherty crashed into the mainstrcteh wall on his 163rd lap but esipod injury. Ward led the last 115 laps. There were six mishaps, in juring two drivers and a crewman, but no fatalities. Tony Bettenhausen finished fourth for the second straight year. Paul Goldsmith of St. Clair Shores, Mich., eliminated in the 15-car smashup last year in his first start, took fifth. New York area. SKIEK OF YEAR MILWAUKEE tit Wallacs "Buddy" Werner of Steamboat Springs. Colo., America's top oowmuu ami situuoi iniuiiviiuii, has been chosen "Skier of ths Year" by the National Ski Assn. STARS Plymouth Defeats Kiel Free Coupons BIG SAVINGS on your Spring Check V Change We'll do an expert job of getting your car in shape ior spring and summer driving and SAVE you money, too. Get your Free Coupons at our station. 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Don Honk and Bob .Skinner, Pirates, Burgess hit three home runs, driving in five; Hoak hit three homers driving In four and Skinner hit two homers, driving in seven runs in 6-2 and 14-11 victories over Cincinnati. Pitching Warren Spahn. Braves, won his 23.lrd major league game with 4-hit 2-1 victory over Philadelphia in second game of doublehcader. 16.9 Ouarlcr-Milr NI-.W YORK Basil luce of Tufts shattered a 27-year-oUi record by running the quarter-nule cinder track in 4(V9 seconds in the final day of the 1CI-A track and field championships at Randall's Island. Wins Mill Milia PP.KSCIA, Italy Carlo Abate of Turin, Italy, won the "(iH-mile Mille Miglia auto race, run for the second year under' imposed eed limits. Ollie Matson of the Chicago Cardinals led National Football League players in returning Hckoffs last year. He took 11 Inr 5'.i7 yards. OUR. OIL FOR HEAT IS NECESSARt; 11 Mi aaap T ri AMD DOES WOT AD$) Thera'i no subttituta for heat-giving fuel oil in cold weather. 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