Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 11, 1965 · Page 9
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YIN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1965. •W Conference Tennis Meet W W esday Yastrzemski Powers Red Sox To 3-2 Victory Over Yankees By DICK COUCH Heft-field screen in the fourth Associated Press Sports Writer I before driving deep into the The Boston Red Sox won't' right-field stands in the eighth complain if Carl Yastrzemski, i to snap a 2-2 deadlock and help who wants to change directions, I rookie right-hander Jim Lon- has an occasional change of'bprg post his first major league heart. Not when it winds up in I victory, the right-field seats at Fenway, Lonborg needed a ninth-inning 3 Schools Enter Teams in Event At Wakefield WAKEFIELD—Ashland's Ore- dockers, defending Michi g a n- Wisconsin Conference tennis champions, will be out to keep their title at the 27th runninc 3f the annual loop net meet at. Wakefield on Wednesday. Play will get underway at 9:30 a.m. at the courts in Wakefield an d Bessemer. Only three of the M-W schools will again enter competition, champion Ashland, Ironw o o d and Wakefield. The 'Docke r s rolled up 19 points in sweeping o the championship a year ago. , . • fWf \ £* 1 1 A.1*. »Y*WAI*A1*U^.ILWA^'A W~A AV<AVAl« A AVAAVSCV —"•— _-.-— _ a _. ..__-__ — _ while Wakefield was the runner-, ey Mantle and nomered into tne the Detroit Tigers nipped Balti- jp with nine points and Ironwood _J[ more 5 . 4 in tne only ot her failed to register a point. American League games sched- Defending individual champ- | ^|/M«I^| T/Mivn/Mf "led. ions in doubles and singles, both LOIlJllml lUlJlllcV! Yastrzemski, :'rom Ashland, are also back to attempt to keep their titles. The defending doubles titlists are Ed j Utitles-Keith Hershberger, Ash-i .and, while John Kallman, Ore- Park. Yastrzemski, who believes a few more hits to left field will make him a challenger for the American League batting championship he won two years ago, assist from relief ace Dick Radatz, who got the last out after the sore-legged Mantle, making his first start in eight days, doubled off the left-field wall for his third hit. hit two home runs and a sacri-, Mickey drove in both New fice fly Monday night, giving ! York runs with his fifth homer the Red Sox a 3-2 victory over and a single but the Yankees the staggering New York Yan- plummeted to _ninth place kees. The 25-year-old Boston : despite pitcher Bill Stafford's star! first complete game since 1962. knocked in a first-inning run The Minnesota Twins edged with a liner to left-fielder Mick- the Chicago White Sox 4-3 and who won the batting title with a .321 average in 1963, slipped to .289 last sea- locker singles ace, will attempt :o capture his third straight loop singles crown. Kallman toppled Bruce Hendrickson, also of Ashland, and who is also back this year, in ;he singles finale, 6-2, 6-2, while ;he duo of Utities-Hershberger jvon a tough three-set mat c h ! rom Wakefield's Terry Sal m i- Tim Smith, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4, in the ;itle round last year. Last year's Oredockers cham- jlonship was their second in loop listory, having also won top hon- )rs in 1960. Wakefield's string )f 12 straight conference champ- onships was broken by Ashland n 1960. The Cards also won tit- es in 1961 and 1962, in addition ,o winning titles in 1941 and 1946. Cronwood has won the league let championship three times in 1942, 1944 and 1947. Hurley and Bessemer, which lave not entered tennis teams tor the past several years, won Jtles in 1943 and 1945, respec- ;ively. For the first time in history the jonference will permit three fin- Ties in each of the doubles and jingles for each competi n g school. During all other years, ;ach school entered only two in loubles and two in singles competition. In season play to date, Wake- :ield has defeated Menomi nee 1-0, Iron Mountain 8-2 and Iron- vood 5-1, whole losing to Stam- jaugh 8-0 and Crystal Falls 5-4. ironwood defeated Ogebic Co m- nunity College 4-2, while Ashland edged the North-land College freshmen 4-2 in a dual meet recently. Last year's meet was post- xmed one day because of rain, Colonial Tourney Again Postponed By MIKE COCHRAN Associated Press Sports Writer FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) — Texas skies held a partial solu- , , ., ,„.„,. ^ ^ „ ,. tion today to a $100,000 question! nt ° the left-field nets at Boston _ n,o ™,f™™«, «f Vvm n n i«nioi last season. The year before I son. "I should hit that outside pitch to left field and I intend to do that this year," the left- handed - hitting outfielder said " e * ore i do "'t reca " season started. I a none run — the outcome of the Colonial National Invitation Golf Tournament. Heavy showers punctuated by lightning have two days 72-hole event and year hit six or seven up there. That's the way I'm going to hit from no on." jut was played on Thursday, vfay 15. All entries were not known at >ress time today, but the follow- ng have been entered in the ter. !7th annual M-W meet from Wakefield, in singles —Jim Smith, Dan Seppa and- John Pet- •anek, while the Cardinal doub- es teams will be Roger Koski- George Knudson as perhaps the only five-day leader of a PGA tournament. The 27 - year - old Canadian seized the lead Thursday, shared it with Bruce Crampton Friday, regained sole possession Saturday and since has contented himself with James Bond movies. Discussing the mental anguish of leading a twice-delayed event, Knudson declared: 'I think it's just about the same for players who still are in contention... as much tension for them as myself." Knudson, with a 54-hole total of 209, held a one-shot margin over Crampton and Tony Lema as the field prepared to try again today. A formidable sextet, lingering three shots back at 212, was composed of Julius Boros, Gardner Dickinson, Doug Sanders, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Don January and Al Geiberger. Only three players worked in nine holes before thundershowers ended play Monday. They were Mike Souchak, with a five- over-par 40, and a pair of 38- shooters, Al Besslink and Raymond Floyd. Knudson, Crampton and Janu- nnstnnnpfl for Yaz was true to nis word round of the Monday night until the eighth installed I innin B. when his second homer lifted the Red Sox past the Yankees in the standings and raised his batting average to .269. Minnesota rookie Mel Nelson relieved Jim Kaat with one run in, two on and none out in the ninth and retired three straight hitters to save the Twins' victory over the White Sox. Rich Rollins drove in two runs for the Twins with a double and ground out and scored the deciding run in the sixth on Jerry Zimmerman's single. Dave Nicholson homered for the White Sox. Al Kaline hit his third home run in three days, a three-run shot in the first inning that helped the Tigers gain a split of their four-game series at Baltimore. The Orioles wiped out the early deficit, however, and led 4-3 until Dick McAuliffe singled across a fifth-inning run and the Tigers added an unearned run in the sixth on Don Demeter's single, Bill Freehan's double and an error by Jackie Brandt. ary — forming the last trio off the tee — completed the first Northern, CMU Capture Titles MOUNT PLEASANT (AP) — The 7 1 Trinitv River ' igan Terry Maki, Al Inkala- Sheldon i DU t favorable, r a k k o 1 a and Bill Lehots k y- Tohn Valesano. Entered fr o m ironwood will be Dave Albert md John Stonemark in singles, vhile the doubles teams of Myron Kauppi-Larry Tremain and Tom Bidgood-John Solln represent the Red Devil School, Coach John Krznarich will select one more doubles combination and another singles entrant for competition on Wednesday. Ashland's entries were not yet received, .but it was expected ;hat Ed Utities-Keith Hershber- ?er will be back in doubles, as will John Kallman and B r u ce Hendrickson in singles. No other Docker entries are known, but 3oach Tom Zinnecker is expec- ;ed to submit his entry list to- lay. Wakefield's net coach, Eugene Maki, will serve as meet manager of the 1965 Michi g a n- Wisco n s i n Confere nee tennis XDurnament. in the vicinity of four inches of, rain since Sunday morning, and, playing conditions are anything' and track went to -Central Michand Northern Michigan first place in golf in the Association of Intercol- district meets Ted Kleinhans, former major league pitcher, is in his 19th season as Syracuse base ball coach. Tournament officials, viewing; the weather forecasts with dismay, said if rain prevented the windup today the tournament 1 would probably be extended until Wednesday. Beyond that point, with the Greater New Orleans Open scheduled to begin Thursday, plans remained indefinite. A number of players, weary Central's Joe Neihardt set a field record of 14-feet-9V4 in the FULL PURSUIT — Third baseman Deron Johnson of the Cincinnati Reds is having a difficult time making a decision whether this ball is going to stay fair or roll foul. Swift Soys Tigers Have Good Chance to Capture AL Crown Phils to Keep Briggs After His 2 Hits Defeat Cardinals By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer When Johnny Brlggs wakes up Wednesday, he'll still be a Philadelphia Phillie. That's not his idea, but with his luck he can't avoid it. Briggs, a 21-year-old outfielder, had hoped to turn into an Arkansas Traveler at tonight's bewitching hour of midnight. Then he was sent to bat as a pinch hitter in the ninth inning BALTIMORE (AP) — Bob Swift, Detroit's acting manager, took a long self-satisfied pull from a soft drink and said, "I haven't seen any ball club that's better than ours." His Tigers had just defeated Baltimore 5-4, scoring the winning run on an error. "We're as good as anybody and I don't see any reason why we can't take it all. If we can split with the top clubs and beat 3 Area Gridders On NMU Squad MARQUETTE, Mich.—H e a (1 coach F. L. "Frosty" Ferzacca has announced a 45-player spring football roster for the Northern Michigan University Wildcats. Included on the list are 21 lettermen from the young W i 1 float team which rallied in the second half of the 1964 season to a post a 5-3 record. Five other lettermen, including veteran quarterback T e r ry Nyguist, now the property of the Denver Broncos of the American Football League, and NAIA All- America guard Pat Stump, have ended their collegiate careers at Northern. NMU's 1965 spring footb a 11 practice concludes Saturd a y, May 15, when the traditional Green-White game will be staged at 8 p.m. at Memorial Field in Marquette. Three former Gogebic Range high school stars are among the players participating in the drills. They are Byron Johnson, 6-0, 188-pound end from Bessemer; Michael Ginolfi, 5-10, 172- pound halfback from Wakefield, and Robert Erickson, 5-11, 187 fullback from Wakefield. Jo h n- son and Erickson won letters last fall. heck out of the bottom ones, we'll do it," he said. So far, Swift's formula has worked only since the weekend when Baltimore and Detroit halved four games, two of them going into extra innings. Detroit won Saturday's game and lost a pair Sunday before Mickey Lolich, 4-2, struggled bravely through eight innings Monday night, holding Baltimore still while his teammates scrambled for the winning run. Baltimore hit Lolich hard collecting 11 hits including a leadoff homer by Jack Brandt in the fourth inning that put the Orioles oiv top 4-3 for a while. Swift said his pitcher "had real good stuff, but was putting it where they could hit it." Lolich confessed that an errant pre-game throw by Kaline had hit him hi the pitching elbow causing it to stiffen. "I didn't feel right until the fifth," Lolich said. By that time .Detroit had tied the score. The go-ahead run followed in the sixth when Don Demeter singled and Oriole right fielder Brandt fumbled Bill Freehan's double down the line. Lolich gave way to Terry Fox in the ninth. Afterward, he said he was tired. "I musta thrown a million pitches." Al Kaline started the scoring for Detroit in the first when he cracked a three-run homer over the center field fence. The homer was Kaline's third in three days. Robin Roberts pitched for seven innings for the Orioles Ironwood GAA to Climax Season One hundred and forty paid and active Ironwood members of the Girl's Athletic Association will be ending the year's activities with a softball tournament. The officers for the GAA this year are: Sybil DeSonla, president; Judy Moren, vice-president; Sandy Cricks, secretary; Arlene Quiram, treasurer; Georgeann Ihlenfeldt, point secretary; Mary Bednar, publicity chairman and Mrs. Harold Palmer, advisor. The girls started their activities last fall with softball for four freshman teams and speed- ball for four upperclass teams. Volleyball followed with four freshmen teams and eight upper- class teams. A short round-robin tournament in battleball filled the gap between volley-ball and a hard fought basketball tourna ment played by 12 teams with all officiating and scorekeeplng provided by various members of the GAA. A singles badminton tourn e y was held for each class and the following were crowned winners: freshman, Mary Rose Cossi ; sophomore, Jill Robe rts, junior, Mary Ann Braskovetz, and senior, Connie Klvi. Over 100 girls participated in the tournament which was held usually at the club's meeting on Mon d ay nights, however, Tuesday and Thursday noon hours are also reserved at the Ironwood high school gym for the girls to complete the tourney. During the school year the GAA also sponsored three co- recreational sports nights. One for all junior and senior girls and boys, one for the sophomore class and one for the freshmen. Volleyball, badminton, ping of Monday night's game with St. Louis. Twenty minutes later, the Phillies had a 4-2 victory and Briggs owned a spot on the team's 25-man roster. The young lefty, in his second season with the Phillies, doubled and scored the tying run in th<? ninth, then slammed a two-run homer in the 10th. Briggs' name has been tossed around as one of three players who must be pared from the roster by midnight tonight, the majors' cutdown deadline. . And while Manager Gene Mauch said after the St. Louis game he never has had any intention of delivering Briggs to the minors, Briggs actually would welcome a trip to Little Rock. 'I want to play, that's the only way I can learn," he said after his power performance. "I'd like to stay here, but I'd like to play, too. And you can't do both. We have too many good outfielders. So I'd be willing to go down if they want me to." Until Monday night, Briggs had played in nine of the team's 22 games, posting only three hits in 13 times at bat with no runs batted in. Last season, protected on the roster as a first- year player, he batted only 66 times in 61 games for a .258 average. His two hits against the Cardinals rocketed his average 102 points to .333. The homer equaled his entire 1964 output. In the only other Nationa League game, Los Angeles P™« trampo ii ne were en* day to withdraw. They included Tommy Jacobs, Bob Rosburg, Tommy Aaron, Fred Hawkins, Jack Rule, Johnny Palmer, R. H. Sikes and Doug Ford. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toledo 5, Buffalo 4, 10 Innings Atlanta 16. Rochester 4 Syracuse 6, Jacksonville 0 Only games scheduled Pacific Coast League San Diego 2, Okla. City 0 Tacoma 12, Hawaii 0 Seattle 13, Spokane 4 Only games scheduled MAN, I'D SURE LIKE A SMOKE. AND IT GIVES YOU A MAN- SIZE TOBACCO tlFT.TOO. YOU DON'T NEED TO SMOKE TO ENJOyREAU MM/A. REAL TOBACCO TASTE. COPENHAGEN TRY A PINCH OFMAL TOBACCO TAfTI place Hillsdale Which had 58. Ferris State followed with 28, Northern Michigan was fourth with 24 and Spring Arbor had 8. The tennis crown went to Central for the second consecutive year. Seven of the nine matches were won by Central, giving the were Northern and Ferris State with 9 each and Hillsdale with 2. Northern Michigan golfers scored 380 points to take first place honors. Don Brooks of Detroit College of Business was the medalist with 67 on the par 68 course. Following Northern were Central Michigan's junior varsity, 396; Ferris 400; Detroit College of Business, 421; Spring Arbor, 446; and Detroit Tech. Members Attend Playday Five Ironwood Girl's Athletic Association members and their advisor, Mrs. Harold Pa 1 m e r, attended a recent gymnast i c playday at L'Anse. Girls attending were Sybil De- Sonia. Pat Arasim, Laura Liimaka, Vivian Maki and Audrey Asunto. One hundred girls from seven schools participated in eight gymnastic activities, among them tumbling, horizontal 1 a rider, rope climbing, free exercise, uneven parallel bars, balance beam, side horse vaulting and trampoline. Highlighting the activities were demonstrations given by g i r Is from L'Anse High School with explanations by Miss Usu 1 a Utley, GAA advisor. and was tagged with his first g£ — ^"^"VeW S hment s II^DC f\f tVio caocnii TJie voor»vH !e J* J J*'** V J **" *•••»* were also served. On May 24, at the ann u a 1 awards assembly, 54 girls will loss of the season. His record is 4-1. DETROIT AB R H RBI McAuliffe ss .... 5 1 2 Lumpe 3 0 0 Cash Ib 3 1 1 Kaline rf 4 1 1 Horton If 4 0 0 Deter cf 4 1 1 Freehan c 4 0 1 Wert 3b 412 Lolich p 3 0 0 Totals 34 5 8 1 j be awarded emblems for one lj year's participation in all ac- 0' tivities, 30 will receive sc h o o 1 31 letters for two-year participation 0 ; or the accumulat ion of 500 01 points, two will receive Junior 0: pins and 15 seniors will receive 0! pins. 01 A trophy will also be presented 41 to the senior girl who has been edged Houston 3-2 in 10 innings Rain halted Cincinnati and Pittsburgh in the third inning. The Cardinals moved in fron 1 2-1 in the eighth inning as Mike Shannon beat Dick Stuart's throw to the plate on DicK Groat's slow grounder. But Briggs batted for Jack Baldschun and doubled off the Scoreboard. Two outs later, he raced home on Johnny Calli son's single. Bob Purkey retired the first two Phillies in the 10th before Ruben Amaro singled. Briggs who had remained in the game as the left fielder, came up next and drove the ball over the right-field wall. The Dodgers won their game with two out in the 10th, too Lou Johnson, replacing the in jured Tommy Davis, beat ou an infield single with two out then stole second and continued to third when catcher John Bateman fired the ball wildly. After Hal Woodeshick walked Jim Lefebvre, Ron Fairly rapped a single to center, scoring Johnson. Johnny Podres had limited the Astros to three hits through seven innings, but they erupted for a 2-2 tie in the eighth on doubles by Joe Morgan and Bob Aspromonte and Jim Beauchamp's single. 10 Are Expected To Be Entered In Preakness By GEORGE BOW EN Associated Press Sports Writer BALTIMORE (AP) — A fairly definite field of 10 for Saturday's $l50,000-added Preaknesi showed today that Lucky Debonair still has to do some con- vincine that he's the class of th« 3-year-old thoroughbred racing crop. "I don't know what else he has to do," wondered trainer Frank Catrone. "But every time he wins, they seem to find some excuse why he might not have, or shouldn't. "He's won six out of nine races and was second the other three times. What more can you ask" After Lucky Debonair won the Kentucky Derby May 1, speculators dwelled on what might have happened if Dapper Dan had started moving a little sooner or the race had been Just a little bit longer. He was last at three-quarters of a mile and only a neck behind Lucky at the end of the VA miles. It would have made no difference, according to the confident Catrone. "He wasn't going to pass my horse," declared the trainer. They could have run around the track again." When Lucky Debonair first popped into prominence by beating Jacinto in the Santa Anita Derby, there also were skeptics. They cited an extremely fast workout before the race by Jacinto, taking too much out of him. Jacinto hasn't raced since his licking by Lucky Debonair. He came to Pimlico last Saturday for the Preakness Prep but aggravated an ankle injury and is back on the sidelines. Owners of six other starters in the Kentucky Derby were undaunted by Lucky Debonair's triumph and are pacing around waiting for the Preakness. In addition to Dapper Dan, the horses are Tom Rolfe, Native Charger, Hail to All, Swift Ruler and Flag Raiser. Trainer Hirsch Jacobs will not only give Flag Raiser another shot in the middle event of the Triple Crown but will send out Turn To Reason. Both were winners last Saturday, Flag Raiser in the Withers Mile in New York and Turn To Reason in a division of the Illinois Derby. Also listed as firm entries are Needle's Count, winner of the Preakness Prep after Jacinto's withdrawal, and Selari, a recent winner at Garden State over Bosun, which had been one of the highly rated 2-year-olds of 1964. BALTIMORE Blair cf 4 Blefary ph 0 AR R H RRI ' an outstanding GAA member in ' net years at Luther L. Wright High School. Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHILADELPHIA — Leotis Martin, 183, Philadelphia, knocked out Sonny Banks, 205, Detroit, 9. SAN FRANSISCO — Elmer Rush, 209, San Francisco, and Eddie Machen, Calif., drew, 10. 194, Berkeley, SUPPORT COPPER PEAK! PLUMBING t HEATING McLeod Avo. Dial 932-4331 Aparicio ss a. Johnson Ib Siebern ph 4 3 1 Bowens rf 2 Powell If 1 Orsino c 4 Brandt If 4 D. Johnson 3b .... 4 Adair 2b 3 Roberts p 2 Brown ph 1 Hall pr 0 Pinch-Hit Single Aids Detroit Win Monday DETROIT (AP) — Pinch-hitter Dick Rashid lined a two-run single in the seventh inning Monday for Detroit to defeat Bowling Green, 11-8. Bowling Green's Tony Trent belted a bases-empty home run and scored four runs, going 4-4 at the plate. Dennis Deptula of Detroit was 4-5 with one run batted in. Billy Heath was the winning pitcher. Mike McGreivey took the loss. Detroit is 15-3 for the season and Bowling Green is 12-7. HEADQUARTERS INSERT BEARINGS PISTON RINGS any siz«, mak« or model EPEC ef • xtra -TREE charge PLASTIC GAUGE BIG DISCOUNTS AUTOMOTIVE c"± Cor. Ayer fc Mansfield Snyder ph Totals Detroit Baltimore 0 33 1 0 3 0 o 2 o 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 11 300 Oil 000—5 102 100 000—4 E—Blair, Brandt, DP — Detroit 2. LOB — Detroit 5, Baltimore 8. 2B—Adair, Freehan, Aparicio. HR — Kaline (6), Brandt (3). SB—Bowens, McAuliffe. S —Lolich, Snyder. SF—Bowens. IP H R ERBBSO 11 4 4 3 4 00010 75425 10001 Lolich Fox Roberts St'rette 8 1 7 2 W — Lolich (4-2). L — Roberts (4-1). Lolich faced 1 man in 9th. PB—Freehan. T—2:24. A—7,616. Major League Stars fly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Carl Yastrzem- ski, Boston, drove in all of the Red Sox runs in a 3-2 victory over the New York Yankees with two homers and a sacrifice fly. 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