Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 13, 1965 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SEVEN BR All-Star '9' Beats Red Devils The Ironwood Babe Ruth Allstar squad did what no high school team has done so far this season Monday evening, and that Is come out on the winning ?nd of a score with the Ironwood Red Devils. The All-Stars downed the Red Devils 7-4 In a game played at Monarch Field, the proceeds of which went toward the; financing of the upcoming Bane Ruth League Tournament |by atanriard Aut0 way. The Red Devils, coached by P,.JZ<?H were also awarded to Wayne Melchiorl, played a vali-l Lo ,. no p a avala for car design, ant same and were even aided; a nci James Cricks, sponsored by on the mound by four "old Um-| tne Blue Knights, won sev er a'l /ronwoocf Soy 2nd in Derby In the Upper Peninsula Soap Box Derby race held last Saturday, at, Hancock, a nought o n boy won first place with a boy from Ironwood taking second. Billy Chop raced his c a r down the hill to take first, place , in the derby, while George Ver- match from Connje CrlsUer of bos, of Ironwood, sponsored by ; shawnee Mission, Kan., 6-2, 8-2, Carlson's Super Market was In tnc only upset Mondayi the close runnerup, taking home a trophy and a new bicycle to show I'm his efforts. Bill Penrose took first place in one heat in a car sponsored Va., seeded No. 2, defeated Ned Weld of Weston, Mass.. 6-1, 6-4. j Ralston faces John Pickens of Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Ashe meets Charles Darley of Rochester, Minn., in second round matches today. In the women's ranks, defending champion Mancy Richey of Dallas, will play Mimi Henreid, of Hollywood, Calif., Miss Rich- won her opening round Busan sterrett of Rivei Forest, Ill,, eliminated third seeded Carol Aucamp of St. Louis, 5-7, 6-3. 6-1, 144 Tune Up for Canadian Open TORONTO (AP) With the Qualifying round and the pro- amateur tournament out of the way, bidders for the Canadian their final practice licks today for the $100,000 jackpot. The 72-hole tournament, with an Impressive array of golf stars in the field of 144, starts Highly regarded Peaches Wednesday with 18 holes and Bartkowicz of Hamtramck, continues through Saturday Mich., was a surprise loser to | over the par-70 Mississaugua Kathleen Barter of Seal Beach, I Golf and Country Club layout. compared with .294 through the same period last season. Of the five basic starting pitchers. Steve Barber and Dave McNally have hurled only one complete game apiece in 14 attempts, and Robin Roberts just one since finishing his first four. Wally Bunker, a 19-game winner as a t'ookie last year, has a 5-4 record. Despite the flip-flop perform- Open Golf Championship got iniances, Baltimore's record of 491 35 is only three games behind the pace of 1964. Pitching, rookie outfielder Curt Blefary, veteran second baseman Jerry Adalr, a stronger bench and continued fine defense have combined to take up the slack. Calif., 6-4, 6-3. but. the Babe Rulhers :oached by Bob Rackon didn't .niss * trick or n chance to scoiv aK they rucked ui. the im- oresptve victory. The All-Stars Marled scoring with three runs rhree hils In Ihc .second :>ff Cliff Kovislo lather of one the Babe Ruth League play-: Krause prixes tor his car's body work and interior equipment. T o m Burcl sponsored by Forslu n d f Lumber, also won a prize for ! the me:;!, original design of a j the' car. on others from Ironwood to win prizes were Eugene Matt i 1 a , fora Hamp.ston and Bill ;rs. The Devils came bad-: to score j Due run In the second inning but ! a two-run third inning by thei stars gave them a 5-1 lead go- 1 ing into the Devils' half of the ;hird. j The high school sqwcl got an-j sther single run n the third inning to make the .score 5-2 bull Richardson to Try for Team CHICAGO <APi -When Ham- Monday's qualifying round, in which 137 competed for 45 spots remaining after 99 players were made exempt, was paced by Hugh (Rocky) Thompson, a 5- foot-11, 165-pound Texan from Wichita Falls. Thompson, 26, in his second] year as a pro, Markland Wood course with a He shot an birdies and four-under-par 67. eagle and five missed par on only three holes, making the turn in 34 and covering the back nine in 33. While Thompson was setting Ihe All-Stars camp bnck w 11h nion Ric harclson IK not following ? n S» m °5f..L n .. l Jl e take lUie flight of a tennis ball, he's following the progress of securi- Fighters, Angels Post Victories Two close games were played in the Ironwood Farm Baseball League when the Angels edged the Hawks 6-5 in the first game and the Fighters nipped the Red Raiders 4-3 Monday morning In a cioubleheader at Rancla Field. With the score tied 2-2 at the i end of the first inning, the Hawks j pro-amateur event at Mississau- | were left scoreless leaving twojgua and couldn't agree on Justj men on base in the top of the j what it will take to win the' second stanza. The Angels them open. Youngsters Lead Publinx Tourney PITTSBURGH fAP) — A COU- blisterecf" the i P le ot youngsters with strong with a le S s and colcl dirclain for the brutal hills of North Park golf course showed the "old men" j the way today into the second Seeks NFL Team For New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (AP) For Murder GRAND RAPIDS (AP)—TWO Detroit youths Monday stood _ _ mute on a murder charge in the takes'money to'makeTnoney" is! fatal shooting of a Grand Rap- Ids supermarket manager. Pleas of innocent were entered for Walter Codd Jr., 17, and Reuben Herrera, 19. Circuit Judge Fred Searl ordered them held for trial. No date was set. Codd and Herrera are charged in the fatal shooting last Friday of James Walter, 27, during a holdup at a supermarket he managed. 18-hole stroke play qualifying round of the National Public Links Golf Tournament. The youngsters were James the top entries hooked up in a high school student who ap- parh cl with tre ral i 8-2 advantage. A two-run innins by the Dev- ties he - s been se|li ils brought them within striking Thc part-time tennis star has range of the .Stars at 6-4 but a| laken time out fmm tne finan . tine defensive effort brought the| cial world in wnlnh , u> works , n high school squads scoi-lnf? to| Da , lils to answev a caU from a sudden stop as the All continued to hit (he "old timers" pitching to score one more run and win the game hands down. Cliff KoiviHto was the- win-; u ; ani whi( , h win ning pitcher for the All-Stars as iAnlonlo Palofax ?i° P v.u ns ,," 1C .,^ 1 ' 8 , t f!r, a ioeorBe McCall. nonplaying cap- |tain of ! squad. i McCall ;try out America's Davis Cup asked Richardson to for the U 8 doubles scored one run in their half of the inning, taking a one run Defending champion Kel Nagle of Australia, who shot a culation of a Ben Hogan, and 19- year-old student Iowa. They Al Bailey, a college from Cedar Rapids, carded even par 71s lead. In the third inning, the, three-over-par 73 in the pro-! Mondav over the 6 781-vard roar ?™. ks ^fL^^:! c °^^.l«! ama teur, predicted a score of| 36 . 35 _ 7y1 course that * sprawls will be needed to wml across a series of hills 20 miles ! north of Pittsburgh. But South African Gary Play- AH, BALLOONEY Pittsburgh pitcher Bob Friend looks hard at a group of balloons which Interrupted his action in a recent Pirates game. The floaters were released from the stands. Players Are Traded By Eagles, Giants PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles traded offensive guard Pete Case to the New York Giants for offensive tackle Lane Howell in a National Football League trade Mon- the wav David H. McConnell, who s^ys he'vS willing to put up the millions for a National Football League franchise for New Orleans, explains his wealth. The trimly built New Yorker, an investment banker, was Introduced to New Orleans Monday, meeting first the sports writers and then business and civic loaders. He goes to Baton Rouge today for a meeting with Gov. John McKeithen, who has pledged his assistance in the campaign to land a franchise in the expanding league. On Thursday, the governor flies to New York with McConnell for a meeting with NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle. j Dave Dixon, the lawyer whoi has been promoting for a pro football team for more than i three years, says McConnell was selected from a group of six men who each said they'd finance a franchise. But McConnell. who says he wants badly to own a pro team, had his eye on New Orleans even before meeting Dixon. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Rochester 7, Buffalo 2 Toronto 5, Syracuse 3 Atlanta 7, Toledo 4 Columbus 2, Jacksonville 1 Pacific Coast League Oklahoma City 9, Seattle 3 Denver 14, Spokane 10 Tacoma 4, Hawaii 2 San Diego 2, Indianapolis 1, 14 innings ATHLETE'S FOOT , HOW TO TREAT IT- Apply Instant-drying T-4-I.. Feel It Ufc* hold to check Itch, burning In ml»»le> In 3 to ~> days. Infected skin HlRVfhft off. Then watch IIEALTUY skin r«- i JUAY at Irouwoed I'harmacj. gles. in the last inning, the Hawks • er> workin g O ut a neck injury scored three runs on a double j plcketl up wnile doing exercises by Baker, valiantly trying to 1 Masserio, holder of the 1964 state and city public links titles, was rebuked by officials of the make a comeback in a final try. The winning pitcher was K. Wills with 10 strikeouts and the face Mexico's| losing pitcher was M. Skaja, and Raphael striking out eight. D Baker hit during last week's British Open,' sanctioning U.S. shot a 72 and said 278, just two|tion and told to under par, will win it. Earlier, 53 - year - old Sam Golf Associa- speed xip his play today or face s. penalty. in Dallas beginning July two doubles for ihe Hawks and l- JM. Semenak belted one double . _.. ... . .. To get in shape, Richardson i for the Angels loser. Other pitchers in the con-| enlere S lhe Ntllio ' nal clay court' him on the mound, was the One stroke back at 72 was a Snead, a three-time Canadian i group of four players that in- Open winner, said that it would'eluded defending champion Bill test were "old timers" Milt; Kriznarich, Ed T.ifelsr.i and Jerry McGrath while oppos i n j; them from the slurs squad were Palmgren, Shea H-ui McRea. FALSE TEETH Chewing Efficiency Increased up to 35% Clinical tests provo you can now c.hew bfttpr—nmkp rteinure.s avprsB 1 ' up to 35';i more olfpcnive— it you aprlukle a little FASTEETH 011 your plates. FASTEETH is Uie nll.-iilinr (non-acid) powder Unit holds iHlnr teeth more (Irmly an they fi'i'l more comfortable. No gummy, gooey. puniy tMte. Doesn't flour. Checks rtcnlurc breath. Qct FASTEETH Powtli-r today »t drug counters everywhere Advt. Tennis Championships being played at the River Forest club. ers take 12 to 14 strokes under par i McDonald, 21-year-old music to win. ' student from Topeka, Kan., and m thP spr-nmi fram* th P iriirhr Charlie Coody of Fort worth, I Francis Clifford, 38 - year - old f \ " nifphpr T Woi- h «i g «i ]e ^er in last year's Canadian bricklayer and father of day. The Eagles also announced the signing of offensive tackle Bob Brown who will be starting his second NFL season. Results of Fights LAS VEGAS, Nev.— Ferd Hernandez, 159, Omaha, Neb., out- pointed Sugar Ray Robinson, 160, New York, 10. pitcher J, going Toijala had a: shutout going until Richardson began with an | inning when the Raiders tied easy first round victory Monday! the score 3-3. But the Fighters over Jeff Brown of Carmichael, | came back in the third inning When Mike Carter of Colorado slx I College shut out. Boston Uni-1 versity 2-0 last season it was j Chuch Hinton, infielder-out-field- The NFL recently awarded a] puce iu it not picas.d IN ONE HQIJH, franchise for its 15th team to'*""""" "» o11 at ." n r <"»* •»•'•• T °Atlanta for an estimated $9 million. The league says it will add! another team for the 1967 sea-1 son. The 39-year-old McConnell, father of five girls, told newsmen that in his opinion New Orleans "economically is every bit the equal of Atlanta—if not its superior. But Atlanta has a public relations firm working for it in Nev/ York and perhaps that's why we hear more about it." McConnell, a decorated Marine Corps combat veteran of both World War and the Korean War, pledged that he would never sliift an NFL franchise to another city if he obtains one ! Calif.. 6-2, 6-0. j "I'm not oven going to make It-lie Davis Cup squad," Rlch- jardson .said. "But, I told McCall | I'd give ;t a whirl The match i against, Mexico is in Dallas so I 'won't miss much work." with the winning run when M. Dalpra smashed a homer with nobody on base. The' big bats' for the Fighters i Jack ' ' , , Dean Refram. Jam s D Blandish Cup and ex- the first inning, and Dalpra,, hitting a triple and a homer that : Richardson hopes to team up j won the game. iwith Dennis Ralston, the na-i The winning pitcher was Toi- j lion's No. l amateur, in the jala with nine strikeouts and 'doubles. Ralston 'rot by his first the losing pitcher was G. Mar- 1 opponent, Mike t-•••ivengelmeyer, j iani with seven strikeouts. i of Dutauque, Iowa •]-'.'. 6-0. ! Arthur Ashe Jr., of Richmond, USE DAIL.V GLOBE WANT-ADS were Klvi. belting a homer in! Howie Johnson of Palm \ emptionf r0 m qualifying for the Springs, Calif., and Miller Bar-1 Natlonal Amateur later this ber of San Antonio, tied Coody for low score at 68. with COAST TO COAST STORES NOW IN PROGRESS Bauer Is Doing Exceptional Job By GORDON BEARD Amateur summer. Tied with Clifford and McDonald at 72 were Hubert Farmer of Toledo, Ohio, and Wendell Kop, 30-year-old engineer from Honolulu. Open qualifying round in Mon-lfrom Boston. ^ treal, led his team to the pro-! 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He hasn't hit a home run in more than eight weeks. —Sam Bowens, a rookie in 1964 with 22 homers and 71 RBI, is batting .148 with three homers and 12 RBI. —Luis Aparlcio, who stole a career high of 57 bases last year, has 11 and has tried just one theft since May 30. His average has dropped to .217, as Cardinals' Contract Signed by Woodson ST. LOUIS (AP) — Abe Woodson, a kickoff return specialist acquired from the San Francisco 40ers in exchange for John David Crow, has returned his signed contract for the 1965 National Football League season, the St. Louis Cardinals announced Monday. harmful contaminants (so they can't block your gas Una!) What (foes the Anwican FINAL/FILTER' really do? Automotive engineers know-tliey asked for it and American Oil Research developed it to Stand between you and trouble. You see, all gasolines pick up tiny impurities in transit and in storage. These impurities, should they get in your gasoline tank, could clog up the fuel line filter and stop you cold. 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