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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1965. COMPETE IN DERBY—Seven of the eight boys from this area who competed in the Upper Peninsula Soap Box Derby at Hancock last Saturday are pictured here. From the left they are: Front row—James Cricks, George Verbos and Tom Burd; back row—Eugene Mattila, Tom Hampston, Bill Penrose and Loren Paavala. Bill Krause, the eighth entrant from the area, was absent when the photo was taken. All of the boys are from Iromvood, except for Mattila, who is from Wakefield. Bessemer Blanks White Pine 8-0; Ironwood, Bergland Play Tonight Red Devils Seek 7th Win in Row Speed Boys Take Decline of Cardinals, Yankees Over 3rd Place Is Baseball's Shocker of Year WESTERN U.I'. STANDINGS W Ironwood 6 Bergland 3 Bessemer 3 Hurley 3 White Pine 2 L 0 3 4 5 5 i The Bessemer Speed Boys ! scored an 8-0 shutout over the ! White Pine Warriors in a five- i inning Western Upper Peninsula ! High School League base ball Dy JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Major leaguf baseball is at the All- Star break, and you have to look no farther than that midseason shindig at Minneapolis-St. Paul to pinpoint the eyebrow-lifting development of the year: The decline of the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Yankees. Twins lead the AL by a neat five-game margin over Cleveland and Baltimore. In the National League, the Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers are leading what undoubtedly will wind up another multiple-team scramble to the wire The weak-hitting Dodgers, incidentally, were counted out in Nary a Cardinal nor a Yankee i tlie ear]y gom g wnen slugger was voted to this year's Ail-Star \ Tommy Davis broke a leg. Re- game, a surprising thing contest played Monday eveni n g j teams which battled In Mays Plays in All-Star Game Despite Injuries MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (AP) — "I'm sore all over but I'm gonna play. The Ail-Star Game means too much to a lot of people. It's bigger than any one player." Thus, in a few simple words, Willie Mays wrapped up his entire philosophy and burning desire which, together with a God- given ability, have combined to make him a showpiece for all baseball. Although painfully injured in a collision at home plate Saturday night, fielder of the the brilliant center San Francisco Giants refused to use a throbbing right hip as an excuse to bow out of today's All-Star Game between the American and National leagues. In Willie's own words, a term often used but meaningful, neverthe- "It was the easiest game I ever saw him pitch against us," said Mauch. "Three innings shouldn't bother him. I haven't decided yet on my other pitchers but Jim Maloney of the Cincinnati Reds would be a good guess to be my second pitcher. "After that it could be Don Drysdnle of Los Angeles or Bob Gibson of St. Louis. If I need a left-hander, I may go with either Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers or Bob Veale of Pittsburgh." Other pitchers on the National League squad include right- handers Sam Ellis of Cincinnati and Dick Farrell of Houston. Al Lopez, manager of the American League squad, said he preferred to talk with his pitchers before deciding on his second and third choices. Rlght- at Massie Field ir. Bessemer. The game was halted after the fifth inning because of dark-J ness. I The Speed Boys climbed up into third place in the league standings with the victory ancl left White Pine in the leag u e cellar. Bessemer now has a 3-4 season record and is half a game behind the second place Bergland Vikings, who are in second place with a 3-3 tally White Pine now has a 2-5 record for the season and is one- half a game behind the Hurlev Midgets who ended their season with a 3-5 tally Bessemer came through with a single run in the first inning to take a lead that was never in serious doubt. The Speed Boys added to the advantage in the second inning: with another lone tally and came on to score a big five runs in the third inning for the Worlcl Scries last October. Even more shocking is that both now are seventh-place clubs — the Cardinals in the National League with a 41-45 record, the Yanks in the American at 41-46. ports of their demise were pre- matui-p, however. Sandy Koufax's arthritic elbow also has proved a real handicap. The brilliant southpaw has won only 15 for the Dodgers so far. So. Minnesota's muscular Gophers Head Bessemer BRL STANDINGS W Gophers 6 Spartans 4 Badgers 3 Wolverines 0 L 0 3 3 7 At the other end of the ladder, Charley O Finley's Kansas City Athletics have quietly wrested the Worst Team In Baseball title away from the New York Mets on sheer merit. Charley O, who changes managers the way some owners change shirts, did it again — replacing Mel McGaha with Haywnod Sullivan in a move that shook the baseball world from sugar Creek to Parkville. BESSEMER —Sporting a per- and another run in the fourth to' feet 6-0 record, the Gophers are ' complete the game's scoring. i perched on the top rung in the Giackino was the winning Bessemer Babe Ruth League, pitcher for Bessemer and did a The standings are based on i Felix Mantilla of Boston, who | was tried and found wanting by i the Mets, is the AL's All-Star j second baseman. ; Suppose that means anything? Bascbrll under glass has proved n tasty dish at Houston's opulenl Astrodome, with astro- less, "I came to play," Despite Mays' unhealthy condition, the Nationals ruled a 7-5 favorite over the Americans in this 36th meeting between the! two leagues. A victory would give the Nationals the lead in; the series for the first time. j Since the game was inaugurated in 1933, each league has won 17 with one game ending in a tie. The National, however, I has won six of the last eight! games, with one a tie. \ Two of the hottest right-hand-1 ed pitchers in baseball, Juan! handers . T im Grant of Minnesota brilliant job on tne mound, al- i all games played between Besse- nomical attendance. They had lowing only two White Pine hits and striking out nine. B. Raymond started t h e mound chores for White Pine and either Mel Stottlemyre of New York or Bob Lee of Los Angeles appear to be the most logical choices to follow Pappas to the mound. Mau'ih created somewhat of a surprise when he named Mays | i p p 0 nt e WB s the hitting- star for as his leadoff hitter instead of tne winning squad as he the fleet-footed Maury Wills, smashed two doubles in three The Dodger shortstop, who has. trips to the batter's box and stolen 55 bases, was placed i Thornberg aided with a double, eighth in the batting- order. ; Dlx of White Pine got the i Maucb put Henry Aaron. Mil- j warrior's only extra-base hit i waukee's great slugger, second.' He was followed by Will Stargell mer teams in the league. It does not include wins and losses in games that were played against Ironwood teams, which and was relieved in the third in- j played a joint schedule with ning by Mel Ruohonen. Together j the Bessemer teams until June the two pitchers allowed six j 29. hits and struck out five Besse- m games played Friday, the rner batters. ; Spartans defeated the Badgers free trouble with fly balls for a while, but a couple of coats of paint on the glass roof fixed that. So. what else Is new? Marichal of the Giants and Milt ^^SSf^™^^. waukee, Ernie Banks of Chicago. Pete Rose of Cincinnati and Wills. "I decided on Mays and Aaron as my first two hitters them another time at bat," said Mauch. "Also, in the event the game were tied going into the ninth inning, 'I'd rather have Mays and Aaron up there than any of the other guys." Maur-h acknowledged Mays Pappas of the Baltimore Orioles, were named to start by the respective All-Star managers. This was to be the first start for each although boti have appeared in All-Star classics 'oe- fore, Marichal nas appeared in because ll C0l ! lcl .. . j t ' r»fKo»« rim» nt 1*\Q' three previous sames and has come away with two victories without a defeat. He has given up just two hits and one earned run in five innings Pappas has no decisions in two appearances, in which he has yielded with a three-bagger Both teams will be in action again Thursday as the Bessemer Speed Boys and the Bergland Vikings tangle at Mass i e Field in what could be a battle for the number two spot in the league standings. White Pine will entertain the Ironwood Red Devils ir the other league contest. Both games will be the last of the season for all teams. Bessemer one hit and one run ir two innings. There is little to choose between the two based on regular season work. Pappas a 26-year- old from Timonium, Md., boasts a 9-3 regular season record with a 1.74 earned run average. He made his last start Friday when he hurled the Orioles to a 1-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Marichal. also 26 and a native of Santa Domingo, has a 14-7 record. His last start was Saturday night when he turned in a two-hitter against Philadelphia for his seventh shutout. The fact that Marichal would be working with just two day's rest didn't seem to bother Gene Mauch, the Phillies' young manager, who is In charge of the National All-Stars. told him his right hip "hurts a little" but Willie insisted on slaying 'He is like Mantle," said the Philadelphia skipper. "They can both limp into the Hall of Fame " There were no surprises in the American League starting lineup which had Dick McAuliffe of Detroit leading off. He was followed by Brooks Robinson of Baltimore, Harmon Killebrew of Minnesota, Rocky Colavito of Cleveland, Willie Horton of Detroit, Felix Mantilla of Boston, Vic Davalillo of Cleveland and Earl Battey of Minnesota. "THY KING EDWARD America's Largtst Sailing Cigjf LaClairr Betlewski t Thornberg 3 Erickson 1 Ippollte .1 Drazkowski It Joki 1 Ciackino S 2 AB R H: ,\Vllltr I'lnr OiBaird :i HRuohonrn n 1 Dix i 0 Sugel ;i 2!Durand I 2'SpoIaricli t O'B. Hayincmd 1 0 Evans 1 O'Puurl 2 Totals 22 While Pine . Bessemer 8 6' Totiils Id 00(1 115 n i o o o i u o o o o o o a o o o o 2 oo—o 10—8 7-4 making five runs on passes, one on an error, ancl one on a hit; while the Badg ers walked home four times. Winning pitcher Smol c i c h , struck out nine, walked six, and hit one batter, allowing the Badgers only two hits Losi n g pitcher Maccani, who shared' the mound with Barbaeovl ancl Kapugia, allowed only two hits.; Together they fanned 10 bat-' ters, walked nine and hit one batter. i Runs for the Spartans —Doset-; to, Bonovetz, and Honkala, two each and Morrison, one; hits, Gayan, a single and Morrison a, double. i For the Badgers—runs. Kulik \ and Farrow, each one; hits, 1 Halvorson and Maccani, each a single. In the Gopher-Wolverine bat- 55 tie, played Friday, Gopher pitch-: er Eugene Boggetto pitched a no- hitter, leading his team to a 17-1, victory. Bogetto further aided the i team effort by hitting a double and a home run with the bases loaded. LeGassa brought in four runs on three hits. Boggetto struck out 11 of 15 Wolves who came to bat, walked Jim Maloney of the Reds is runavvny leader for the Tough Luck Loser trophy. He no-hit | the Mets for 10 innings, lost in! the llth. The two top teams in the Western Upper Peninsula High School Baseball League will meet head-on tonight In the only gamed scheduled in the loopj competition. | The Ironwood Red Devils will] take on the Bergland Vlki n g s, I weather permitting, in a contest scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at Bergland. The game was originally scheduled to be played July 8, but was postponed of rain. Ironwood has only prestige to gain with a win tonight as It would be impossible for any team in the league to tie, or catch the Red Devils In the race for the league cr own. Coach Wayne Melchlorl's squad had compiled a perfect season record of six wins and no losses and has only two games remaining on the schedule. The only satisfaction the Red Devils could muster out of a win is to keep their perfect string intact and come one game closer to a perfect season record. Bergland, on the other hand, will be fighting to stay in second place with a 3-3 record as a loss could put them in a tie for second place with the Bessemer Speed Boys, who jumped into third place with an 8-0 shutout over White Pine Mond a y evening. Ironwood began its winning ways with a 20-1 swamping over Bessemer and went on to down Berglanri 6-2, Hurley 11-1, White Pine fl-P, Bessemer 6-5 and Hurley 15 • r > Bergland started Its season ith a pair of victories, 9-1 over Hurley and White Pine 102, but then dropped a 6-2 verdict to Ironwood and beat Bessemer 17-3. The Vikings then lost to Hurley 7-5 and also fell to the TAKES SECOND PLACE—George Verbos, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Verbos of 403 Geneva St., Ironwood, sits In the racer in which he copped second place in the Upper Peninsula Soap Box Derby held last Saturday at Hancock. Babe Ruth Tournament Slated at Bessemer BESSEMER — The Eighth Friday, and Marquette will go District Babe Ruth League against Escanaba at 1 p.m. fol- because Tournament will get under way! lowed by Ishpeming and t h t here Friday morning, July 16. | Iron Mountaln-Kingsford Natlon- The Mets continue to outdo the Yankees in attendance, publicity and television ratings. Even losing hasn't helped the Yanks in this intracity competition. Maybe if they had Casey Stengel as a manager — or Yogi l wood Little League action Mon- Indians Beat Yankees 11-2 The league leading Indians downed the Yankees in Iron- wlth four games slated for the day, according to John Bonovetz, tournament manager. Two gimes will be played Saturday afternoon and two more Sunday afternoon. Ironwood and the Iron Moun- tain-KJngsord Americans will open tournament play at 10 a.m. Bessemer League Names All-Stars BESSEMER — Officials of the Bessemer Babe Ruth League, meeting this week e n d, selected the Ail-Star team, managers, and coaches, who will represent the Bessemer league in the District 8 Babe Ruth Baseball League, Inc.. Tournament which will be played in Bessemer this weekend, Friday through Sunday. John Bonovetz, Bessemer baseball commissioner, will direct 'Babe Ruth League lineup for tht the tournament. In the absence tournament: Mark Borseth of District 8 director, Gil Heard, Marquette. Bessemer's tournament team managers will be Charles Boggetto and Ronald Billle; andjGene Kanto, Dale Morrison, coaches will be William C. Mac-! Craig Honkala, Dennis Gayan ! can! and Gil Kangas. and Joe Bonovetz. Altern a t e s Players selected for the tour-: are Mike Smolclch, Mike LaGas- nament team are Charles Hens-|sa and Brian Kapugia. als meeting at 3 p.m. Bessemer and Calumet will tangle In the final game on Friday with game time scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday's play will pit the Ironwood - Iron Mountaln-Kings- ford Americans winner against the winner of the Marquette-Escanaba contest at 2 p.m. In the second >jame, the winners of the ford Nationals and Bessem e r Calumet contests will tangle at 4 p.m Consolation honors will be at stake Sunday at 2 p.m. between the losers of Saturday's games. The championship game will start a' 4 p.m. with Saturday's winners battling for the crown. One of the problems of the tournament at the present time is housing for the players participating in the event. Anyone who has available room for one or more players and is willing to accommodate them is asked to contact the tournament manager, Bonovetz, phone Bessemer 667-07'; i. The following Is the Bessemer Tom Kulik, Bill Maccani, Don Barbaeovl, William Farro w , Don Doane. Eugene Boget t o, Louis Menara, Jeff Betlews k i, Berra as a coach. day evening by an 11-2 tally. Golf League Matches Set Going into the last match of the first half of play in the Thursday Twi-Lite Golf League at the Gogebic Country Club, Rodeghiero's still holds an advantage over the other nine league teams. The same pairings as were scheduled for last week will be in effect for this week's action. Norrie Downs All-Stars 22-6 Norrie downed the Ironw o o d Junior Miss Softball League All- Star team 22-6 in a g a m e played Sunday evening at Randa Field. The contest was played before a large, enthusiastic crowd of fans. League officials thanked all the fans and also the umpires, Tony Osterman, John Carlson, Bill McDonald Jr. and William Warrick for clonati n g their time and services. The league also expressed its appreciation to Arvid Pelto for his fine job on the public address system; "Butch" Maki, for being the official scorer and the mothers who worked in the canteen. In action Monday evening in . j the league, Sleight beat Newport ! retained his championship title in Whitworth Team Leads Golf Loop The Kathy Whitworth team captured the first place position in the first half of play in the Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club. The Whitworth squad edg e d Marilynn Smith by a slim one and one-half points, 128V 2 -127. 'In a comfortable third place Is the Barbara Romack team with 121 points and a battle ranges for fourth place with the Betsy Rawls team leading the Mick- T . ey Wright team 107'/u-107. The three and hit one batter. Losing | Lou i se Suggs Squad is in tne bot- pitcher Borseth fanned three,; tom spot witn 98 p 0 i n ts. handicap issued seven free passes and al-! lowed nine hits. For the Gophers—runs, Legas-, sa, four; Betlewski, and Menara, j each three; Londo, Kanto, and Bogetto, two apiece; and Selin. ! One. Hits, Legassa, three; Bog-j getto, two; Betlewski. Ka n t o , i McDermott, and Selin, each; one. For the Wolverines—lone tally! was made by Finco, who walked home. i A "throw away" event will be played this Wed- with the regular Dyer Retains Men's Title MINOCQUA — With a leap of 111 feet, Pat Dyer, of Minocqua,' Edl * R 2 WC . . : . . . ^ . . . .. :* . ' I'Arrl th Sinn Following are the league stand- ! 4-2 and in the nightcamp, Nor' the men's jumping division at ings: Pvs. Rodeghiero's 263 Hjalmquist's 250 Minkin's 2i!.' Ulasich's 2:i9 Coxey's 234'• a Anderson's 232 Vaara's . . > 2 1J .3 Vertin's 221'/a Burns' 22)'.a Krizmanich's 220 1 rie downed St. Ambrose by a 9-2 tally. Wednesday's schedule will pit Sleight against St. Ambrose and Newport will clash with the Central squad in the second game. -NOW IN HURLEY- JOHNNY'S MILEAGE HIWAY 51 NORTH Mileage, PHONE 561-5389 "GREAT GAS COSTS YOU LESS" Gold Bond Stamps with Every Purchase COME IN AND REGISTER FOR FREE RCA RADIO-39.95 M«, to, b* given away fret each week, juvt register, ;. • ') > nothing to buy. Denver Broncos Obtain Linebacker From Jets DENVER i API - The Denver Broncos of die American Football League have acquired linebacker Wilnia Cijiallio P;un FmUeuuhip the 6th annual Badger State Open Water Ski Meet held here Sunday afternoon. It was the third year in a roW that Dyer won the crown and the victory entitles him to per- > Ma '' tie " i ' »«»>'""" manent possession of the Joyce ! jumping trophy. ! Numerous jumpers bettered the 100-foot mark in the event and an added highlight was Don Joseph, of Manltowish Wat ers, who, for the first time in his life, jumping in the men's divi-j nesday along matches. The league standings and pairings for Wednesday's match e s are: STANOI.VdS I'll. Kathy Whitworth l2B' a Marilynn Smith 127 Barbara Romauk 12) Betsy PtawlH 1P7 1 * Mickey Wright j()7 ' . . . 8H 1'AIKINGS .Mickey \VrljUI Isabelle F'rH'-k Esther ll.iilbers Anna Mae VuKnvich Dorothy Albert Marian Newman Lucille MncFailane Kathy Whitworth Kay Kavacevich Helen Wyzlic Lucy GuMafbun Betty Wernham Elorine L'uBlnncle Marge Nexnanski liotby HH\V)> Ruth Fellow Lenorc Ferguson Ginny Krznarich wood's Little League Field. The winners started the scoring with two runs in the first inning and added a commanding margin in the third inning with a barage of seven runs to take a 9-0 lead The Yanks scored a lone run in the fourth inning and the Indians came back in the top of the final inning to score a pair of rims and bring their total to 11. The losers managed another single run in the last inning but were put out before a rally n ,euld be sustained. Norm Backon started the pitching for the Indians and was credited with the win, He was relieved in the fifth inning by Dale Pojojala and togeth e r they struck out 10, and walked two, allowing only four hits. Bob Meyer and Tom Kostac were the Yankee pitchers and they struck out nine, allowed 11 hits and walked five. Jim CisewsW banged out two singles and a double for the Indians. Mickey Sokolowski also aided the win with a single and a double, as did Tom Fudaly, and Rickey Bastman and Neil Raisenan both connected for doubles for the Indians. Louise Suggs WEDNESDAY'S .Marilynn Smith Dorccn Ahoncn . Vivian Ketola Wilda Howe Alary English Pudge Johnson Elaine Moreliind Barbara Komack Mary Barbera ley and Mark Borseth, Wolver- Managers are Charles Boget- ines; Don Doane. Don Barba-ito, Ronald Billle, William Mac- covi, William Maccani, Jr., Wil-'cani ancl Gilbert Kangas. liam Farrow, and Torn Kul i k Badgers; Louis Menara. Eugene Boggetto, Eugene Kanto. and] Jeffery Betlewski, Gop hers and Dennis Gayan, Dale Morrison. Joe Bonovetz, and Craig' Honkala, Spartans- and alter-: nates Michael Smolich. Michael Tlie Knights of Columbus LeGassa. and Brian Kapugia. scored a 5-4 victory over Safe- Eight teams will participate im wav Movers in one of the best the tournament to be played on| P la y, ecl Iromvood Slow-Pitch Massie Field, with four games on Softball League games of the Friday, two on Saturday, and! ^ar, Monday evening at Randa Knights Edge Safeway 5-4 , . the championship came on Sun- ' Field - . day. Teams taking part are All-! All of the scoring was done in Stars representing Esca n a b a, Marquette, Calumet, Ishpeming, the first five innings in the contest and the only extra-base iron Mountaln-Kingsford Na-! hlts in tne S ame came off the tlonals, Iron Mountaln-Kingsford: £ atrs of M - Rahko - a tri P le ; tort Americans. Ironwood and Besse-i Safeway Movers and a pair of doubles for KG hit by B. Pallin and B. Vaara. Schmidt was the winning mer. Six of the visiting teams i90 boys) expect to be house here. Babe Ruth officials ask the cooperation of all area citizens in this undertaking. Jackson Golfer Leads In Qualifying Trials FLINT (AP) — Mike Hill of Jackson led a field of 156 Monday in qualifying trialn for the last 71 places in the Michigan Open field. Hill, brother of golf pro Dave Hill, shot 36-35—71 to lead the field at Spring Meadows Country Club. John Kurzynowski of Jackson SUmemark Dorothy Malison Lou fatrom l.ouUe Suigi. Faye Kraumrniuh Irene GotUi Marian Mack Non.v Clocni Lou llendrlcktion i ., „ ,.., .. IngHd Urccr I McKfiVitt'S. Women Play 2 Games Tonight in the Ironwood Women's Softball League, WJMS will meet Big John's and St. James will tangle with McKevitt's tonight, the first game starting at 6:30 p.m. The make-up games will b e played Thursday evening that were scheduled for last Tuesday, 3t, James will play B i g John's and WJMS will meet Ed Cummings from the New York Jets in exchange, .sion, went over the 100-foot for a future draft choice. j mark with a jump of 102 feet, i EXPERT SERVICE Precision work with our Ammco brake machine • Turn drumi, grind brake nhoes to fit drums • Install new brake linings, inspect and repair brake cylincUri, adjust brakes, Al Lament's "SPUR" Service US-2 / Ironwood Phone 932.1630 YOU N6EP BOTH HAN06 FOR A JOB UKB THAT! THATS WHX I U£E COPENHAGEN! E R£AU TOBACCO TASTE, BUT DOESN'T GBT IN MY WAV. SOUNPS LET ME TRVA PINCH 1 P, pitcher with Palovich and Olson sharing the catching duties. Searle pitched for Safew a y Movers and Pellinen and Zerbst were behind the plate. The Knights of Columbus will play the Divine Word Seminary Fathers from Techny, 111., Wednesday evevning at 6:45 at Ri- gonl Field, The public Is invited to attend. Manager R. Pallin of the Knights reports that the team has enjoyed a very success* u 1 week of play, starting with a 12-5 win over the St. Ambrose Alumni last Wednesday, The squad downed the Junior Chamber of placed second by matching par I Commerce 16-3 on Friday eve- with a 72. • l ning and Sunday afternoon the The Michigan Open will be: unit downed the Ashland Knights held at Flint's IMA Brookwoodlof Columbus 25-3 at the annual Course July 30-Aug, 1. JKC picnic. TRY A PINCH REAL TOBACCO TASTE Enjoy Copenhageni Hut a imall pinch Jttween ehtek and turn. No chewing. 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