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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 12, 1965. Ail-Star Game to Be Played Tuesday at Twins' Stadium Mays Remains Doubtful Starter Due to Injury By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (AP) -Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants, an All-Star fixture foi 12 years, remained a questionable starter today as fee National League looked forward to completing Operation Overhaul in Tuesday's Ail-Star Game. A big bruise on his right hip restricting his mobility, the flashy $105,000 center fielder received a day of rest Sunday when the Giants were rained out at Philadelphia. Mays said he felt pretty good but was still sore following a collision at home plate Saturday night with Phillies' catcher Pat Corrales. The 34-year-old slugger, leading the majors with 23 homers, also said he hoped he would be able to play, but it was no certainty that he would be in the starting line-up. If he isn't, each team will be without one selected starter. The American League learned Sunday that first baseman Bill Skowron of the Chicago White Sox will be unable to play because of an injury to his side. Skowron was hurt in a recent collision with Cleveland's Chuck Hinton and hasn't played since last Thursday. Skowron was replaced numerically by New York's Joe Pepitone, but Manager Al Lopez named Harmon Killebrew of Minnesota to start at first since the Twins' slugger originally was his second choice. This year's game will be the first played in the Twin Cities, with a capacity crowd of 47,000 expected when the contest gets under way at 1 p.m. EST. The game will be telecast and broadcast by NBC. The National League, which has trailed the American since the series inaugural in 1933, pulled ever) 17-17-1 by winning last year's struggle 7-4 when Mays triggered a three-run ninth-Inning rally capped by Johnny Callison's three - run homer Until Mays was injured, the National League had been fa- its recent a talented Tigers Defeat Athletics 4-2; Aguirre Registers 10th Win KANSAS CITY (AP) — The Detroit Tigers' Hank Aguirre and the Yankees' Whitey Ford can complain together about missing out on Tuesday's All Star game. A lot of other players are going ti miss the game, certainly, but Ford and Aguirre are the only pitchers in the American League to win ten games this spason. "A guy like Aguirre won't get vored to continue domination behind crew of fireballing pitchers and home run hitters. In the last eight games the NL has come out in front six times with the American League winning once The 1962 game ended in a tie. All-Stars Down Carlson's 7-6 The Ironwood Slow-Pitch ball League All-Star team defeated the league's first half champions, Carlson's Super Market, by a score of 7-6 in a well played, down to the wire, blastirV'nf 1 ft t*%*^4»-»/» r+nwif\ C* nti iH*J n«* «-. j «.t_J. A. ^*C4OUil *£ \JL many more chances," Kansas City Manager Haywood Sullivan commented after the Tigers, with Aguirre hurling all the way, defeated the A's 4-2 Sunday. The A's tagged the Tiger left- hander for 11 hits, at least one in every inning. But the A's power was lacking. A double to Campy Campaneris was the only extra base hit. The Tigers got only :jix hits, but three were home runs. The Tiger victory was their 46th against 36 losses so far in the campaign—a definite improvement over last year's 38-39 mark at the same point. Gates Brown led things off in the first inning, slamming his third homer of the year. Norm Cash climbed out of his year - Iong S ' Ump and sm ashed a tWO- homer i n fv, e fourth «.rnr the game's winnnfrun f t was Cash's Seventh rnnnri " the season " McAuuffe completed the Randa Field. Saturday night at Wes g^, homer of the year in the fifth The game is an annual affair! inning and completing the Tiger in which an all-star team is picked from the league teams to clash with the first half leader. The Carlson's unit began the game's scoring with a pair of runs in the first inning and then added to its margin with another tally in the fourth inning to take a 3-0 lead. One more Carlson run crossed the plate in the sixth inning and two more in the seventh to end its scoring. The All-Stars finally got on the Scoreboard with a single run in the bottom of the sixth and came through with a game-tying five-run seventh inning to knot the score at 6-6. Both teams failed to score in scoring Campaneris hit a single in the first inning, stole second, and came home on Ken Harrelson's single for the A's first run. Singles by Harrelson, Wayne Causey and a walk accounted for their second tally in the third inning. The Ail-Star game Tuesday gives the Tigers a three - day rest prior to taking on the Baltimore Orioles Thursday night in Detroit. Bessemer-White Pine Stage Only League Game Tonight The two most evenly matched originally scheduled for tonight teams in the Western Upper between Ironwood and Hurley Peninsula High School Base-, was played on July 2, with Iron- ball League record-wise, square wood coming out the victor by off tonight in the fight to stay out of the league cellar. a score of 15-5. Ironwood has captured the SPILLS AND THRILLS—Jerry Corda adds a thrill to the races as he rolls his car over in the second race of the night at the Hiawatha Racing Association stock car races Sunday evening at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds. Corda's car, number 11, did a complete flip and landed on its wheels. Corda was not hurt in the incident. (Daily Globe Photo) the two remaining regulat i o n cash ib innings, sending the affair into extra innings. In the top of the tenth the Carlson's squad could not manage a. tally and the All-S tars came through with a tie-breaking score to capture the win Three pitchers were used by the All-Stars, Krause hurled the first three innings and was re- DETROIT McAuliffe ss 4 Wert 3b 4 Brown If 4 Thomas rf 0 Horton rf-lf 3 AB R H B'l Demeter. cf 4 Freehan c 4 Oyler 2b 3 Aguirre p 3 Totals 33 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 6 KANSAS CITY Campaneris ss . Causey 2b 5 Hershbeiger rf 3 AB R H BI 5130 lieved by Alonen in the fourth. I Harelson lb 4 Searle came on in the seventh inning and went all the way, capturing the win. Jack Richards performed the catching duties for the All-Star squad. Bob Sertic was the big man Reynolds If 4 L'hem'n c 4 Mathews cf 4 Lockwood 3b 4 Stock p Landis ph at the plate for the All-S t a r s, Ro l artio , ph with four singles in five trips to the plate. Peterson was on the mound for Kansas City Totals Detroit . 1 . 1 . 1 .36 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 II 100 210 000—4 101 000 000—2 Carlson's and went the pitching E-none. DP-Detroit 1, Kansas route. Anderson was behind the City 0. LOB-Detroit 3, Kansas plate for the losers. j City 9. 2b - Campaneris. HR - The starting pitchers weren't three singles and a double Levra smashed out a pair of Brown (3), Cash (7), McAuliffe homers and a triple for Carl- (11). SB-Campaneris. son's while Aijala banged out Aguirre 9 ll to be named until today, but Milt Pappas of Baltimore was expecced to go for the American while Cincinnati's Jim Maloney appeared to be the National's choice They are favored to be named the starters because they are right-handers, and they will have had three days rest. five trips to the plate. Tight Race in Women's Loop in Stock 41-3 5 Dickson 4 2-3 3 Hickman 3 1 W-Aguirre (10-4). T-2:15 A-5,874. One slim point separates the .,~ n~v. „.,„..,. „„ 0 ^ou two top teams in the Women's Both^Vorked^'Friday" night,' Tw } u S ht Golf League after Pappas bringing his record to 9 ac "°p- 2 4 0 0 S-stock. 2 1 1 4 1 1 002 002 L-Stock (0-4) 3 and Maloney his to 10-4. Trade in your old mower on a irand new, easy starting Lawn- Boy with "performance 65" Bring in your old power mower and get the best price in town on the best power mower in town... 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Mukavitz' team took 36 points National Public in Wednesday's action to climb championship. 4\*f\W\ + l-»j"i. /ij-iTlrt** nnnfV 4-f* 4.1.A «..u. _ " 750 Tee Off In Publinx PITTSBURGH (AP) — A field of 150, cream of the nation's public course golfers, tees off at North Park today in the 40th Links Golf from the cellar spot to the number three spot, dropping Rob erts' into last place. League standings and the re- pairings for Wednesday's:mat ches are: STANDINGS P( s . Albert P3 Baksic 82 Mukavitz 74 Roberts B] WEDNESDAY'S FAIRINGS Roberts Baksio M. L. Roberts M. Josephson S. Ranta L. Pegoraro E. Lindberg K. Trappa A. O'Berto I. Baksic E. Santini L. Sepplan Albert Mukavitz A. Albert L. Albert M. Krlzmanich H. Chamberlain D. Re M. ^entile M. Fox M. -Vhite A. Wyzlic M. Mukavitz Hastings Racer 2nd In Spring Feature WINCHESTER, Ind. (AP) — Gordon Johncock of Hastings, Mich., finished second by five car lengths in the U.S. Auto Club 30-lap sprint car feature race at Winchester Sunday. Johnny Rutherford of Fort Worth, Tex., won the race. RADIATORS CLEANED REPAIRED RECORED *SKELLY PRODUCTS ^•BATTERY SERVICE SUPER SERVICE SYLPAWLAK Dial 932-3722 Lowell at Pin* St.. Ironwood BOYLE i Headed by defending champion Billy McDonald of Topeka, Kan., the field plays 18 holes of stroke play today and Tuesday to determine the low 64 scorers who meet in match play starting Wednesday. The two survivors will meet Saturday in a 36-hole finale for the James p. Standish Jr. Cup and exemption from qualifying for the prestigious National Amateur later this summer. The players, who qualified last month at 54 courses in 35 Twins Stretch Their AL Lead To Five Games By LEW FERGUSON Associated Press Sports Writer MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (AP) — The Minnesota Twins will head into the second half of the 1965 season after the All- Star game pause with a couple of bad memories to wipe out and their best shot at winning a pennant since the old Washington Senators won in 1933. When the Twins edged the New York Yankees 6-5 on Harmon Killebrew's two-run, ninth- inning homer Sunday for their 10th victory in 11 games, it gave them a five-game lead over Cleveland and Baltimore. With 48 of their remaining 80 games against current second- divioion teams in the American League, the Twins also have a slight schedule advantage. Yet memories of 1964 and 1962 persist and Manager Sam Mele admits, "It's a long season, and it's going to be a struggle. There are a lot of good teams. There is no letting up." Last year, Minnesota was seven games behind at the Ail-Star break but went into a slump the last half of July when the Twins lost 18 of 22 games to fall 15 games behind. They never recovered, finishing in a tie with Cleveland for sixth. In 1962, the Twins were only one-half game back on July i, stayed as close as 2M> behind on Sept 5 and then played only .500 ball in the stretch to finish second, five Yanks. games behind the Spartans Drop ers 7-3 The Badgers of the Bessemer Babe Ruth League bowed to the Spartans by a 7-4 margin in a game played Friday evening at Massie Field in Bessemer. The winners came home with Koufax Records His 15th Win As Dodgers Down Pirates 4-2 By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer For someone who was supposed to be a once-a-week wonder, arthritic Sandy Koufax has turned out to be a pretty regular guy after all. The Los Angeles Dodger dandy became the major leagues' first 15-game winner Sunday with a 4-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates that kept the Dodgers hot on the trail of the National League-leading Cincinnati Reds as baseball reached the three-day All-star Game break When Koufax came up wit arthritis in his left elbow thi spring the celebrated southpa was virtually written off as Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B Minnesota Cleveland Baltimore Chicago .. Detroit ., 53 48 49 46 46 29 34 35 35 36 44 46 50 51 54 .646 .585 .583 .568 .561 .482 .471 .419 .378 .299 5 5 6V 7 13V 14V 19 22 27V Los Angeles 41 New York . 41 Washington 36 Boston .. 31 Kansas City 23 Saturday's Results Washington 5, Boston 3 Minnesota 4-6, New York 1-8 Kansas City 4, Detroit 3 Chicago 6-3, Baltimore 4-5 Los Angeles 1, Cleveland 0 Sunday's Results Minnesota 6, New York 5 Detroit 4, Kansas City 2 Los Angeles 2, Cleveland 0 Bostoi at Washington, post poned, rain Chicago at Baltimore, post poned, rain Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Game National League All-stars vs American League All-Stars a Minnesota. one run in the first inning but San Fran. National League W. L. Pet. G.B Cincinnati .. 49 36 .576 Los Angeles 51 38 .573 the Badgers scored twice in the top of the third to take a 2-1 lead. The Spartans struck back in Phila'phia Milwaukee Pittsburgh St. Louis . the bottom of the third with Chicago four runs, with a double b y Houston Gayan counting as the big blow New York in the spree. The winners then added two more in the fourth and the Badgers closed out the game's scoring with two runs in the top of the last stanza. Mike Smolcich was the winning pitcher and the game marks the loth consecutive time that a Spartan pitcher has 45 45 41 44 41 40 39 29 38 39 39 43 45 45 45 56 .542 .536 .513 .506 .477 .471 .464 .341 3V 2 Wz 6 8V 2 9 9V2 20 Saturday's Results Houston 10, New York 1 Los Angeles 8, Pittsburgh 4 Chicago 5, St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 9, Milwaukee 8 San Francisco 7, Phila'phia 0 Sunday's Results Chicago 6-6, St. Louis 0-0 Los Angeles 4-3, Pittsburgh 2-4, 2nd game 10 innings gone the distance in a game.! Milwaukee 2, Cincinnati 1 The contest was the first Babe San Francisco at Philadel- states have been practicing Ruth League ^^ that Smo1 - P nia - Postponed, rain stace Thursday and thev?e II cich has . ever P itcned and he Houston at New Yc brilliant account of him- poned, rain York 2, post- of the North Park course, a 6,781-yard par 36-35—71 layout that i" owned and operated by Allegheny County. Brooks Hopes For AL Win BALTIMORE (AP) — All that talk about National League superiority rankles Brooks Robinson, and he has a sure-fire way to muffle it. "I guess the only thing to do self by giving up a sparse two' hits, issuing seven walks and fanning nine. Barbacovi, Maccani and Kapugia shared the pitching dut i e s for the Badgers and togeth e r Minnesota, they gave up two hits, walked 10 and struck out 10. Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Game National League All-Stars vs. American League All-Stars at Detroit Team Wins DETROIT (AP) — Burch Tool & Die of Detroit won its third game, ending a five-game series, when it defeated the American Softball Association All- Star Team 4-3 Sunday. is win tomorrow," the third' baseman of the Baltimore Orioles said can't say anything.' Bobby Ussery, among the na- Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KINGSTON, Jamaica - Carlos Hernandez, 137%, Venezuela, knocked out Percy Hayles, 136, Jamaica, 3, world junior welterweight title. MEXICO CITY — Baby Luis, 126V2, Cuba outpointed Jose Jimenez, 12614, Mexico, 10. MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina today. "Then they H or l' s ?^ adi " g J°F ke ys, was the | -Gregorio Peralta, 182, Argen- first rider to win 50 races at tina, outpointed Miguel Angel Paez, 175%, Argentina, 10. Robinson has been chosen to Ac l ueduct tni s spring, the American League Ail-Star squad six consecutive years, and in Minneapolis-St. Paul Tuesday he will be in the starting line-up for the third time. Since Robinson played in the classic for the first time in 1960, :he National League has won six of seven decisions and one other game ended in a tie. That has enabled the Nationals to pull into a 17-17 deadlock after dropping behind in the early competition. USE DAILX GLOBE WANT-ADS \£ Prevent Colds ^^§«t/ "HAVE FUEL ON HAND FOR THESE COOL DAMP NIGHTS" PHONE 932-3902 Coal or Fuel Oil TWIN CITY FUEL 323 S. Lowell St. Ironwood regular pitcher. The feeling was that if Sandy could work once a week, Manager Walt Alston and the Dodgers would be fortunate Well, the season is 13 weeks old and Koufax, working on a regular four-day rotation, hasn't missed a turn yet. Sunday's start was his 21st of the season and he responded with his 14th complete game. His 169 innings pitched are the most any hurler has vorked and his 15-3 record and 195 strikeouts are tops in those departments as well. After Koufax' first game victory, Pittsburgh went 10 innings to gam a split of the doubleheader on Manny Mota's home run, 4-3. Hank Aaron's two-run homer gave Milwaukee a 2-1 decision over • Cincinnati and trimmed the Reds' lead over the Dodgers to a mere three percentage points. Chicago swpt a doubleheader from St. Louis, winning both games 6-0. Boston at Washington and Chicago at Baltimore in the American League and San Francisco at Philadelphia and Houston's doubleheader at New York in the National League all were postponed by rain., The Pirates tied the nightcap in the seventh inning on Andre Rodgers' pinch single before Mota's two-out shot in the 10th beat Bob Miller. Aaron's homer broke up a pitching duel between Milwaukee's Ken Johnson and the Reds' Sammy Ellis. Ellis had retired 18 in a row after a first inning single when Frank Boiling led off the seventh with a single. Aaron followed with his 17th home run. The Reds pushed across a run on three singles in the eighth but Johnson got Frank Robinson on a line drive leaving two runners on base and ending the threat. Chris Krug and Ernie Banks slugged three-run homers and Larry Jackson and Cal Koonce provided shutout pitching as the Cubs handed the Cardinals the double whitewashing. Krug hit his homer in the first game as ex-Cardinal Jackson scattered eight hits for his eighth victory of the season and fourth in the last 13 days. Krug drove in two more runs in the second game after Banks had tagged his home run for the early lead. Koonce pitched a six-hitter for the victory, squaring his season's record at 7-7. The White Pine Warriors and league title with six straight the Bessemer Speed Boys both wins in league competition and, with 2-4 season records, will with two games remaining, the clash in the only game sched- R ed Devils cannot be jaught or uled In the league tonight be- tied for the coveted crown. ginning at 7:30 at Massie Field Bergland is currently in second at Bessemer | place with a 3-3 tally and these The other contest that was two teams will bf.ttle in a Chance, Angels Blank Indians By MURRAY CIIASS Associated Press Sports Writer Dean Chance has lost a toothache, and American League batters have gained the pain. Chance, whose pitching has been a surprising sore spot on the Los Angeles staff, hurled his first complete game in two montns Sunday as the Angels defeated Cleveland 2-0 and extended their shutout string over the Indians to 30 innings. The victory was the third straight for Chance, who brought his pre-All-Star Game record to 6-4. At the All-Star break last year, the 24-year-old right-hander had a 5-5 mark, but his earned run average was 2.19 compared with his present 3.96. Chance started last year's All- Star Game, shut out the National League for three innings, won nine straight after the contest and received the Cy Young Award as the best pitcher in the majors with a 20-9 record. The most work he'll get out of Tuesday's game is getting up and sitting down between innings in front of a television set. Chance's poor start this season had everyone, including him, puzzled. Finally, he had an infected wisdom tooth pulled. "I'd have to say that was it,' he commented recently. "I was bearing down, but I couldn't seem to get my best stuff going. I guess I started pressing, and then I got wild. When I finally had the tooth pulled, it took me a long time to get my strength back. I think I'm just about back to normal." At the top of the AL, incidentally, are the Minnesota, Twins, whose 6-5 victory over New York Sunday pushed them five games ahead of the second- place Indians, biggest bulge In the league this season. In the only other game Detroit trimmed Kansas City 4-2 Rain washed out Chicago at Baltimore and Boston at Washington. Chance scattered seven hits and didn't allow a runner past first base after the fourth inning as he beat the Indians for the first time since Sept. 21, 1963. The victory pushed the Angels into sixth place ahead of the Yankees, who were one pitch away from stopping the Twins. But Harmon Killebrew turned the 3-2 pitch from Pete Mikkelsen into a two-run homer, his 16th. Hank Aguirre gave Kansas City 11 hits but still won his 10th game against four defeats for Detroit He was backed with lome runs by Gates Brown, Norm Cash and Dick McAuliffe. State Drivers Sweep Honors CHEBOYGAN (AP) — Michigan Center's Chris White set a lew AU Class record Sunday as „ Michigan drivers swept honors' Alpena Catholic "centraT~High Alpena School Names 2 New Head Coaches ALPENA (AP)—James Sikorski was named head football coach and Lawrence McCoy head basketball coach today at in the 87-mile Top O' Michigan outboard marathon. White lowered the class mark by five minutes with a one-hour School. Sikorski, formerly an assistant coach in Milwaukee, and McCoy, an assistant at Alpena Catholic Central last year, 31 minute clocking over the replace Harold Finch, who held lorthern Michigan course which both jobs before resigning to contest Tuesday evening a t Bergland. The game was scheduled to be played on July 8, but was rained out. The Hurley Midgets have already completed their eight- game schedule and stand in the middle of the league ranking with a 3-5 tally. Bessemer and White Pine met head-on once before this season in a game played June 24. in that contest the Speed Boys came out on top of a 8-1 score. The game was played at Bergland and was considered a White Pine home appearance. The Speed Boys began t h e ir season with a 20-1 loss to t h e Ironwood squad and shot back to beat Hurley in their next outing 11-4. Bergland then swamped the Bessemer nine 17-3 but the Bessemerites evened their season tally with the win over White Pine. Ironw o o d then edged Bessemer in a 6-5 decision and in its last game, Bessemer was defeated by Hurley 2-1. The Warriors started the season with four straight losses, the first coming to Bergland" 102, Hurley 9-6, Bessemer 8-1, and Ironwood 6-5, but the White Pine squad has come on to win its last two games by c o m - manding margins, the first coming over Bergland 15-5 and last Thursday the Warriors downed the Hurley Midgets 19-2. The team that captures the win in tonight's game will automatically vault into the number three spot in the league and the loser will fall into the depths of the league cellar. J. Krznarich 2nd In Golf Tourney ASHLAND — In the a n n u al Ashland Shortstop Golf Tournament at the Elks Country Club course, Sunday medalist Joe Bociek, Iron River, Mich., defeated Joe Krznarich of Ironwood 2-1 In a thrilling fina 1 s , with a two under par 70. Krznarich had ousted the favorite, defending champio n Larry Tiziani, Ironwood, 1-up in the semifinals. Bociek reached the finals with a 1-up victory over Mike Dunphy of Minneapolis. Winning the consolation i n the first flight was Dr. J. Strong, Ontonagori. In the third flight. D, Pitrone, Bessemer, won consolation honors. The fifth flight showed F. Barbera, Ironwood, losing to P. Pappas, Ashland, while P. Barbera won the sixth flight. D. Ellos, Ironwood, took t h t seventh flight, while J Barbera, Ironwood, lost the eighth flight T. Welty, Ashland. ;wisted through Mullett, and Crooked Lakes. AU class winner was Burt enter business. Jim Marcelino (Lefty) Lopez, sen- golden of Trenton, j. Nyle sational 21-year-old rookie pitch- Women's Golf Tourney Opens JACKSON (AP) — More than 100 entrants were expected today for the start of the 49th Women's State Golf Tournament, but the event is expected to be dominated by a handful of young stars. Defending champion Sharon Miller of Battle Creek heads the list of youngsters, with Pattl Shook of Saginaw and Sharon Wilder of Grand Rapids considered contenders. Former champion Mrs. Keith LeClair of Ann Arbor heads a Stierna of Mater captured the er with the Los Angeles Angels, corps of veterans attempting to ' while Gale Cummi Class, while Gale Cummings was the first American League keep"the 'younger entrants"frorn Berkley led the DU Class and, hurler to win six games Bob Moore won the 36 Class. I year. this repeating their victories of last I year. 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