Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 7, 1965 · Page 10
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«N IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1963. V St. Ambrose Wins PMC Track Title for 2nd Year in Row 5 New Records Set in Meet At Bessemer Five records fell by the wayside in the Porcupine Mountain Conference Track and Field Meet Thursday at Massie Field in Bessemer, with defe n d i n g conference champion St. Ambrose retaining the title with a 57Vfe points total, far outdistancing its closest rival, Ewen, which ricked up 33'/2 points. The other teams entered and he order of their finish were: White Pine 28 points, Mercer 18 ooints, Mass 6, Marenisco and Watersmeet 5, Trout Creek \ and Bergland 1. The five record-breaking performances highlighted the rain interrupted affair. Terry Neu- fuss of Mercer leaped to a new conference broad jump record of 18-7, breaking the old mark held by Dave Patrick of St. Ambrose, 17-10. Neufuss recorded the new distance on his fourth and final leap of the afternoon. Robert Winn of St. Ambro s e hurdled himself into the record books with a new confer e n c c record of 17.75 seconds in the 120-yard high hurdles. The old high hurdles mark was 18.7 set by B. Moll of Ewen in 1964. * * * John Koski of Ewen set a new 380-yard run mark as he ran the tialf mile race in 2:17.5 erasing the old mark of 2:19 set in last year's meet set by Dave Duma of St. Ambrose who finished second to Koski. Dennis Cossie, another outstanding Rambler trackst e r , took nearly a full second off the 180-yard low hurdles record as he scampered the distance in a time of 23 seconds flat. The old record was set by Jerry Kenny of White Pine in 1963 at 23.95. The final meet record to cap uhe afternoon's action was a brilliant team effort on the part of the St. Ambrose mile-relay squad, made up of Art Karjala, Fran Paoli, Dave Duma and William Gorilla. The four-man unit bettered the old mark set by St. Ambrose last year of 4:02.6 with two of the same men on the team, by a mere one-tenth of a second. Gary Gertz of St. Ambro s e took first place honors in t h e pole vault with a vault of 9-9 and Neufuss captured the high jump event at a height of 4-9. Gary Ollila, conference record bolder in the shot put, won that event with toss of 39-5V4, nearly a foot short of his record-setting throw of last year. St. Ambrose won the 880-yard relay with the four-man team of Tom D'Innocenzo, Eugene Harma, James Richards and Mark Appleberry. Their time was 1:44.7. White Pine captured first place in the mile run as Gamble hoofed the oval in 5:14. * * * Mickey Meisbauer of Ewen won the grueling 440-yard dash with a time of 57 seconds, more than a second slower than the record-setting pace he set in last year's meet of 55.3. John Zorich of Marenisco won the 100-yard sprint with a tim of 11.5 seconds and James Rich ards captured the blue ribbon in the 220-yard race with a time o 25.7 seconds. Following are the complete re suits of the meet: Pole vault—Gertz (SA); Kos U (E); Neufuss (Mercer); Bal .bough (WP). Height—9-9. High jump—Neufuss (Mercer) Balduc (SA); Gamble (WP) Besonen (TO. Height—4-9. Broad jump—Neufuss (M e r cer); Duma (SA); Baird (WP) SOCCER SOCKER—Ex-heavyweight boxing champ Floyd Pat- uerson trades sock-'em for soccer as he boots a few on a schoolboy field in Stockholm, Sweden. He's training for a May 14 bout in that country. Roberts Posts His 4th Win Of Season, 275th of Career By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer How long can Robin Roberts o on? That just might depend on his upply of snake oil. 'I hear Satchel Paige found ome snake oil in Venezuela he ubs on his arm to keep it oung," Roberts said recently. If I can find some, I just might itch 'till I'm 56." With 18 years to go, Roberts hould have little difficulty caching the 300-victory circle. The 38-year-old Baltimore ight-hander stepped up to still another plateau Thursday when figers Appleberry (SA); Pete r s o n (Mercer). Distances—18-7, new ionference record. Shotput—Ollila (Mass); Hagcn (Watersmeet); Thompson (Wa- ;ersmeet); Savela (Mass). Distance— 39-5'/a. 880-yard relay—St. Ambrose; Ewen; Mercer; White Pine Time—1:44.7. .Mile run—Gamble (WP); Karjala (SA); Moilanen (E); Waino (E). Time—5:14. 120-yard 'high hurdles — Winn (SA); Moll (E); Harma (SA); Cossi (SA). Time—17.75, new conference record. 880-yard run—Koski (E); Franti (E); Duma (SA); Carli (SA); Harris (WP); Balduc (SA). Time —2:17.5, new conference record 440-yard dash — Meisbauer (E); Gorilla (SA); Baird (WP); Paoji (SA). Time—57.0. 100-yard dash —Zorich (Marenisco; Wilson (WP); Harris (WP); Micheletti (B). Time — 11.5. 180-yard low hurdles — Coss (SA)- Moll (E); Harma (SA.) Winn (SA). Time — 23.0, new conference record. 220-yard dash—Richards (SA): Thebert (TO; Harris (WP); Cook (E). Time—25.7. Mile relay— St. Amb rose White Pine, Ewen, Mercer Time—4:02.5, new conference record. Detroit Beats Dales 20-15 HILLSDALE (AP) — A deluge of runners splashed across home plate as Detroit defeated Hills dale 20-15 in a rain-soaked col lege baseball game Thursday. A drizzle fell from the third inning, in which the Titans took a 6-4 lead, through the eighth Detroit catcher Don Yeoman got hits in four of his five trips to the plate, driving in five runners. In a wild sixth inning, Titan Mark Ottenbreit rapped a two run homer, Hillsdale's Jerr Simmons smashed a three-run homer and Dale George Coo! soloed. Detroit, which had 15 hits, wo: its twelfth game against thre losses Hillsdale is 6-8. Bill Heath, who replaced Lo Radomski on the mound in th second inning and lasted unt the seventh, was credited wit the Titan victory. Hillsdal starter Bob Sroufe was tagge with the loss. 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All major league teams must rim their rosters to the required 25-man limit by midnight Tuesday. Who the Tigers will cut is anyone's guess. But the finger points to three of the so-called 'Boys from Syracuse." The best guess is that catcher Jackie Moore, shortstop Ray Oyler and first basemen Bill Roman will be sent to Syracuse. One look at the Tiger batting averages shows the youngsters who made such a hit at Syracuse last year and in spring training this season have failed miserably. The last five men in the batting average column are George Smith, Jim Northrup, Moore, Oyler and Roman. Moore, considered the top :hoice for the No. 2 catching post this spring, has seen action in only three games. John Sullivan has been catching the second games of doubleheaders and performed well at the start of the season when Bill Freehan was sidelined. Oyler, kept mostly for his defensive ability, has only five appearances at the plate. Roman's case is a strange one. He battled Norm Cast! right down to the wire for the first base job and lost it only hours before the first pitch of the regular season. It may have bothered him but he has been given a number of chances since to prove his worth. He is hitless in 16 trips. Acting manager Bob Swift said earlier this week, however, that a last-minute trade could change his thinking. It would not be surprising to see the Tigers make a 2-for-l deal. Barring such a trade, Moore, Oyler and Roman could well be in their last days as regulars. Hank Aguirre will be seeking his fourth victory of the season against the Orioles tonight. he posted the 275th victory of his 18-year career by subduing the Minnesota Twins 5-1 on four hits. It was Roberts' fourth victory without a loss this season, lowered his earned-run average to a sparkling 2.37 and revived the questioning about his chances of joining the select group of 14 pitchers who have won 300 or more major league games. "Getting 25 more doesn't seem so big right now," Roberts said after he had handcuffed the Twins. "The way I'm going, it should come. Right now I'm not thinking too much about it. I imagine it will mean most after I'm through playing." Then the modest pitcher who started out as a Whiz Kid with Philadelphia and eventually came to the Orioles in 1962 after getting his release from the New York Yankees had an after thought about his climb up the victory ladder past some of the game's greats. "I noticed it most when I went past Bob Feller and Red Ruffing on the all-time victory list. "Some of those names mean something." Only one other game was played in the AL, the Los Angeles Angels running their winning streak to four as Bobby Knoop drove in four runs with a triple and a homer in a 5-4 victory over Kansas City. The New York-Cleveland game was rained out. Roberts allowed the Twins' only run on Harmon Killebrew's fourth - inning homer that matched one by the Orioles Brooks Robinson in the second inning off Jim Kaat. So, with the score tied, Roberts took things in his own hands in the fifth inning, driving in the lead run with a single following a walk to Johnny Orsino and Jerry Adair's single. Knoop tripled home two runs for the Angels in the second inning and then built the lead to 41 with a two-run homer in the fourth inning. The decisive run, Saldivar Fights Rojas Tonight LOS ANGELES (AP) World featherweight champion Vicente Saldivar of Mexico puts his newly won title on the line for the first time tonight and is favored to retain it in a 15-round fight with Raul Rojas of San Pedro, Calif. Just turned 22, the switch-hitting Saldivar still is a 9-5 favorite over the 23-year-old ex-dock worker in a match many believe will go the full distance. The site is immense Memorial Coliseum and a crowd of 18,000 is expected at fight time, scheduled for midnight, EOT. Saldivar won the title las! Sept. 26 when he stopped Sugar Ramos in 11 rounds in Mexico City, a result that proved to be a stunning surprise to boxing officials. Saldivar has lost but one match in 26 professional fights. This was on an accidental butt against Baby Luis. Vicente later knocked Luis out in seven rounds. Rojas, unbeaten in 25 matches but held to a draw in one, did not box as an amateur and has been a pro only about three years. However, he is ranked No. 3 by the World Boxing Association in the 126-pound division. however, came across in the sixth inning on Jim Fregosi's triple and a single,by Bob Rodgers. Rookie Rudy May got the victory for a 2-1 record but needed relief help from Aubrey Gatewood and Bob Lee. Lee surrendered a homer to Ed Charles in the eighth but then shut door. Orlando Pena, now took the loss. the 0-4, NHL All-Star Team Selected MONTREAL (AP) — The Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Black Hawks and Detroit Red Wings placed two men each on the National Hockey League's Ail-Star team announced today Defenseman Jacques Laperriere and right wing Claude Provost were chosen from the Stan ley Cup champion Canadiens Defenseman Pierre Pilote and left wing Bobby Hull were the Black Hawks named and rookie goalie Roger Crozier and center Norm Ullman were picked from Detroit. The voting by sports writer; and sportscasters in the six league cities was held in two halves, the first coming at mid season and the second as the regular season ended. Crozier, the youngster who helped the Red Wings to their first regular season champion ship in eight years, polled a unanimous 90 points in the sec ond half balloting to beat ou Montreal's Charlie Hodge, wto led at mid-season. Other first team qhoices all retained lead they had held in the midseasoi voting. JOHN BEAN VISUALINER Front End Alignment Positive, Scientific MerhodI GENE'S AUTO GLASS Cor. Aurora fc Lawrence Dial •32-0431 Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Robin Roberts Orioles, posted his iourt!- straight complete game victory —the 275th of his career — b; checking Minnesota on four hit in 5-1 Baltimore triumph. BATTING — Bobby Knoop Angels, drove in four runs with a homer and triple, leading Lo Angeles to a 5-4 victory ove Kansas City. CHRYSLER"! ALL NEW ECONOMY CAR '65 SIMCA-1000 with whit* wall tires STATE LINE GARAGE 407 Bilvtr St. Ironwood Phoiw MM721 Kahara Is on All-American Pistol Team for 2nd Year Calvin C. Kahara of Ironwood has been named to the . 1965 NRA Intercollegiate All-American pistol team chosen by the the National Rifle Association of America. This is the second stra i g h t year that Kahara made the Ail- American team since he also was on the squad last year. Kahara also recently received notice that he won the national MULE TRAIN—Kansas City A's owner Charles O. Pinley has a mascot for his team this year, a Missouri mule. The mule actually makes trips with the A's, stays at the same hotel and then Finley makes a grand entrance into the ballparks around the league. L. Jackson Hits First Home Run of His 11-Year Career By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer There is a flower fancier in Boise, Idaho, who had better start prettying up his pansies and tidying up his tulips. Larry Jackson is ready to collect on an 11-year-old promise. Jackson, who won 24 games 'or the Chicago Cubs last season, was trotting out the first lome run in his 11-year major eague career Thursday when thought about his friend back home in Boise. "My good friend in Boise who promised me a $100 present if I Badger Anglers Set for Season The 1965 Wisconsin fish i n g season will get underway Saturday at 12:01 a.m. and Badger 'ishermen are looking forward to some fine musky, trout, walleye and northern pike, large and small mouth bass fishing. The bass season will open only south of Highway 64 and v the northern anglers will have v to wait until June 5 north of that road. The size and bag limits have not changed since last year and ;he heavy rains that have fallen n the northern area should have opened some of the iced-in spots. Conservation Department spokesmen stated that the wali- eyes are spotty in lakes and northern pike have completed spawning in the majority of waters. Muskies will be spawning this week, it was reported. ever hit a homer finally will have to pay off," Jackson mused after his two-run shot helped the Cubs to a 5-3 victory over Pittsburgh. "He raises flowers, so I might take it out in a hundred bucks worth of poseys." The homer was one of three hits Jackson collected for a perfect day at the plate. It came off Pirate starter Don Cardwell. "When I hit that Cardwell pitch, I knew it Jackson said. "It thrill." In the only other National League game Thursday, Los Angeles won its sixth game in the last seven, beating Cincinnati 4-3. Jackson, record at home runs, Longden Needs 35 More Winners to Reach Goal ALBANY, Calif (AP) — Veteran jockey Johnny Longden, 58, needs only 35 more winners to reach his goal of 6,000 career triumphs, the mark at which he plans to retire. He rode a triple at Golden Gate Fields Thursday to boost his career total to 5,965. was gone, was quite a who evened this 2-2, yielded three two to Willie Stargell and one to Jim Pagliaroni. When he walked Bill Virdon with two out in the ninth, Bob Kennedy, the Cubs' head coach, brought in Ted Ataernathy. The Pirates loaded the bases before Abernathy retired Manny Mota to end it. The Dodgers ran their string to four victories in five games since losing slugging left fielder Tommy Davis with a broken ,ankle. Derrell Griffith, called up from Spokane two days ago to replace the injured Davis, hom- ered breaking a 2-2 tie in the fourth and Ron Fairly homered in the fifth. Frank Robinson connected for the Reds. Johnny Podres started for the Dodgers and got credit for his second victory but needed help from Bob Miller when his arm stiffened in the sixth. B. Buntin Heads Pistons' Choices NEW YORK (AP) — Michigan All-America Bill Buntin headed the list of six draft choices made by the Detroit Pistons at the annual National Basketball Association meeting Thursday. The Pistons passed on the final two rounds of the draft, probably figuring they were lucky to get two of the players on their priority list in addition to Buntin. Detroit's first pick after Buntin was Tom Van Arsdale of Indiana. His brother, Dick, had been drafted by the New York Knickerbockers. The Pistons picked up another top choice, Ron Reed of Notre Dame, in the third round. Jim King of Oklahoma State, Ted Manning of North Carolina College and Barry Smith of High Point, N.C., completed the Pistons' choices. Buntin, who averaged 21.8 points and more than 13 rebounds a game in his brilliant three-year career with the Wolverines, was one of three territorial picks. New York selected Bill Bradley of Princeton and Los Angeles tapped Gail Goodrich of NCAA-champion UCLA. Van Arsdale averaged 17.4 points and 10 rebounds a game and is considered a fine driver and good outside scorer by Detroit scouts. Reed, a 6-foot-6, all-around collegiate pistol champions h i p for 1965 by recording the best cumulative score among all college marksmen in the country in matches shot during the 1964-65 season. Kahara is completing his senior year at the U. S. Military Academy at West Point and will graduate on June 9. He was captain of the Army's pistol team during the past season. Nine others were named to the 1965 NRA Ail-American pistol team. Members of the top team are chosen by the Team Selection Committee of the NRA after nomination by their coaches and officials of the participating colleges and universities. Shooting ability, outstanding leadership, scholastic standing, team co-operation, good character and sportsmans h i p are the qualities necessary for consideration. This year there were 472 teams in the sectional shoot-off3 with a total of 2,204 individual participants. player, finished seventh in Notre Dame's all-time scoring list with 1,153 points. His 566 points as a senior set another record for the Irish. Buntin was the only player from the state to be drafted. College Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball Detroit 20, Hillsdale 15 Golf Albion 11, Wayne State 4 3 Samsons Make AII-NJCC Squad The 1964-65 Northern Junior College All-Conference basketball team was ann o u n c e d Thursday by Harold Palmer, coach of the Gogebic Community College Samsons. The All Conference team is picked by the coaches of tha teams which make up the conference. The teams in the NJCC are Gogebic, Hibbing, Ely, Virginia, Brainerd, Eveleth, Fergus Falls and Itasca. The Gogebic Community College Samsons captured the league title for the first time in the school's history and also placed three members on tha all-star squad. Marty Robertson, Samson center, a freshman who stands 6-5 and led the Samsons' scoring over the past season, was the top vote-getter, Cliff Decker, forward, a sophomore who stands 6-4 and was the team's leading rebounder and second in the scoring race was also voted to the team, as was Craig Farrell, an outstanding guard, who sparked the Samsons' driv e s all season. Other players named to the All- Conference team were Pete Kinney and Bib Sinko, Hibb ing; Bob Berrini and Jim Lamppa, Ely; Charles Cummings, Brainerd; Ray Erola, Itasca; and Gary Ahlsten, Fergus Falls. Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ST. PAUL, Minn.—Jim Beattie, 238, St. Paul, knocked out Orvin Veasey, 189, Stamford, Conn., 2. Golf Play to Be Restricted Restrictions on green fees playing at the Gogebic Country Club here have been announced by Caesar Tiziani, club pro. Tiziani said that until the second nine holes at the club can be put into play, it will be necessary to restrict green fees playing to Mondays only. Out of town guests and relatives of club members, however, will be allowed to play at any time, Tiziani said. USED CAR SALE I960 FORD FORDOR Has 8 cylinders Standard transmission 1963 FORD GALAXIE Ferder—8 cyl. Standard transmission 1963 FORD GALAXIE "500" Ferder—8 eyl. Standard transmission 1959 FORD 4 Dr. STATION WAGON • cyl. Overdrive Yev Can Buy a Car for Less at— BESSEMER AUTO CO. Highway U.S. 2 Bessemer Phone 667-5171 "WIN THE PAGE CAR IN MONROE'S 'INDY SPECIAL CONTEST" -says Sam Hanks, Indianapolis "500" champion and driving safety expert. Here's all you do: Stop in at a dealer displaying the yellow and blue Monroe Indy Special banner. Ask for a free shock absorber test While you're there, fill out the "Indy 500 Special" contest entry, estimating the speed of the winning car at this year's Indian- apois "500". 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