Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 13, 1965 · Page 17
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 17

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 13, 1965
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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 end 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 Babe Ruth League Tournament. The Red Devils, coached by IVayritt .Melchlorl, played a valiant same and were even aided on the mound by four "old tim- ?rB." but the Babe Ruthers :oached by Bob Backon didn't Tiiss H trick or n chance to score &K they racked up the 1m- Ironwood Boy 2nd in Derby In the Upper Peninsula Soap Box Derby race held last Saturday, at Hancock, a Houghto n boy won first place with a boy from Ironwood taking second. Billy Chop raced his car down the hill to take first place in the derby, while George Verbos, of Ironwood, sponsored by Carlson's Super Market was the close runnerup, taking home a trophy and a new bicycle to show for his efforts, Bill Penrose took first place in one heat in a car sponsored by Standard Autoway. Prizeii were also awarded to Lome Paavala for car design, and James Cricks, sponsored by the Blue Knights, won sev er a 1 prizes for his car's body work and Interior equipment. Tom Burcl. sponsored by Forslu n d Lumber, also won a prize for mout original design of a aresalve victory. UK The All-Stars started the 1 car scoring with three runs on others from Ironwood to win three hits In the second inning | prizes were Eugene Matt i 1 a , off Cliff Kovlsto father of one j Tom Hampston and Bill af the Babe Ruth League play-|Krause irs. The Devils came bacl; to score ane run in the second Inning but a two-run third inning by the stars gave them a 5-1 lead go- Ing into the Devils:' half of the ;hird. The high school squpd got an- sther single run In the third In- Va., seeded No. 2, defeated Ned Weld of Weston, Mass.. 8-1, 6-4. 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 Rlchey of Dallas, will play Mimi Henreid, of Hollywood, Calif., Miss Rich- her opening round Connie Cristler of ey, 22, won match from Shawnee Mission, Kan., 8-2, 8-2, In the only upset Monday, Susan sterrett of Rivet Forest, 111., eliminated third • seeded Carol Aucamp of St. Louis, 8-1, 5-7, 8-3. Highly regarded Peaches Bartkowicz of Hamtramck, Mich., was a surprise loser to Kathleen Harter of Seal Beach, Calif., 6-4, 6-3. ning to make the score 5-2 but the All-Stars came back with one more in the fourth to take i 6-2 advantage. A two-run innins by the Devils brought them within striking range of the Stars at 6-4 but a fine defensive effort brought the high school squad's scoring to stop as the All-Stars to hit the "old Urn- a sudden continued ers" pitching to score one more run and win the game hands flown. Cliff Koivisto was the winning pitcher for the All-Stars as he hurled the first two innings ind his father, who oppo s e d him on the mound, wns the loser. Other pitchers In the con test were "old timers" Milt Krlznarlch, Ed Tofelsk.i and Jerry McQrath while oppos i n g them from the stars squad were Palmgren, Shea find McRea. 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McCall asked Richardson to try out for the US team which will face Antonio Palofax and doubles Mexico's Raphael Fighters, Angels Post Victories Two close games were played in the Ironwood Farm Baseball League when the Angels edged the Hawks 6-6 in the first game and the Fighters nipped the Red Raiders 4-3 Monday morning In a doubleheader at Randa Field. with the score, tied 2-2 at the end of the first inning, the Hawks were left scoreless leaving two men on base in the top of the second stanza. The Angela then scored one run in their half of the inning, taking a one run 144 Tune Up for Canadian Open TORONTO fAP) — With the qualifying round and the pro- amateur tournament out of the way, bidders for the Canadian Open Golf Championship got in 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 Wednesday with 18 holes and continues through Saturday over the par-70 Mississaugua Golf and Country Club layout. 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-ll, 165-pound Texan from Wichita Falls. Thompson, 26, in his second i year as a pro, blistered the Markland Wood course with a four-under-par 67. He shot an eagle and five birdies and missed par on only three holes, making the turn in 34 and covering the back nine in 33. While Thompson was setting the pace among the qualifiers, the top entries hooked up in a pro-amateur event at Mississau- 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 rookie last year, has a 5-4 record. Despite the flip-flop performances. Baltimore's record of 4935 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. Youngsters Lead Publinx Tourney PITTSBURGH (AP) — A COU- ple of youngsters with strong legs and cold disdain for the brutal hills of North Park golf course showed the way today the Into "old men" the second couldn't agree on just will take to win the gua and what it Open. Defending champion Kel Nagle of Australia, who shot a lead. In the third inning, the | three-over-par 73 in the pro- Hawks were kept scorel e s s | amateur, predicted a score of 18-hole stroke play qualifying round of the National Public Links Golf Tournament. The youngsters were James Masserio, 16-year-old Pittsburgh high school student who approaches each shot with the calculation of a Ben Hogan, and 19- year-old student Iowa. They Al Bailey, a from Cedar college Rapids, carded even par 71s Osuna in Dallas beginning July 31. To get in shape, Richardson entered the National Clay Court Tennis Championships being played at the River Forest club. Richardson began with an easy first round victory Monday over Jeff Brown of Carmlchael, Calif., 6-2, 0-0. "I'm not even going to make the Davis Cup squad," Richardson said. "But, I told McCall I'd give it a whirl The match against Mexico is !n Dallas so I won't miss much work." Richardson hopes to team up with Dennis Ralston, the nation's No. l amateur, in the doubles. Ralston pot by his first j opponent, Mike Rrirengelmeyer, l of Dubuque, Iowa a-2, 0-0. I Arthur Ashe Jr.. of Richmond, again, while the Angels put three across the plate on three singles. In the last inning, the Hawks scored three runs on a double by Baker, valiantly trying to make a comeback in a final try. The winning pitcher was K. Wills with 10 strikeouts and the losing pitcher was M. Skaja, striking out eight. D Baker hit under 270 will be needed to win the title. But South African Gary Player, working out a neck injury picked up while doing exercises during last week's British Open, shot a 72 and said 278, Just two under par, will win it. Earlier, 53 - year - old Sam Snead, a three-time Canadian two doubles for the Hawks and M. Semenak belted one double for the Angels. In the second game, the Fighters' pitcher J, Toljala had a shutout going until the third inning when the Raiders tied the score 3-3, But the Fighters came back in the third inning with the winning run when M. Dalpra smashed a homer with nobody on base. The big bats for the Fighters were Klvi, belting a homer in the first inning, and Dalpra,, hitting a triple and a homer that won the game. The winning pitcher was Toijala with nine strikeouts and the losing pitcher was O. Mariani with seven strikeouts. 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. Open winner, said that it would take 12 to 14 strokes under par to win. Charlie Coody of Fort Worth, leader In last year's Canadian Open qualifying round in Montreal, led his team to the pro- amateur best-ball crown with a three - under - par 68. Coody's team had a score of 55. In the runnerup group at 56 were teams headed by Snead, Player, Jack Rule and Dean Refram. Howie Johnson of Palm Springs, Calif,, and Miller Barber of San Antonio, tied Coody for low score at with USE DAU-V GtOBE WANT-ADS COAST TO COAST STORES NOW IN PROGRESS CHAISE folding Aluminum LAWN FURNITURE Durable iquor«d tubing, comfort-designed tjoubU tubular ocmt. Strong pumpkin color woven plastic webbing. 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The familiar cry of the circus barker could just as well apply to Manager Hank-Bauer of the Baltimore Orioles, who seems to be using mirrors while keeping his 'team In the American League pennant race. There are some exceptions, of course, but basically through the first half of the season the Oriole hitters haven't been hitting, the starting pitchers have been struggling, the team's biggest s'ugger hasn't been, slugging and its best base stealer hasn't been stealing. —Brooks Robinson, the league's All-Star third baseman, at .299 is 18 points below his mid-season average of last year, He has but five homers and 25 runs batted in, half of his output for the comparable period last year. —Boog Powell, the league's slugging leader of 1964 when he slammed 39 homers, has only five to date with 31 RBI. 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 career high of 67 bases -last ye^r, has 11 and has tried just one theft since May 30. His av erage has dropped to .217, as Monday over the 6,781-yard par 36-35—71 course that sprawls across a series of hills 20 miles north of Pittsburgh. Masserio, holder of the 1964 state and city public links titles, was rebuked by officials of the sanctioning U.S. Golf Association and told to speed up his play today or face £. penalty. One stroke back at 72 was a group of four players that included defending champion Bill McDonald, 21-year-old music student from Topeka, Kan., and Francis Clifford, 38 - year - old bricklayer and father of six from Boston. The field will be cut to the low 64 scorers after today's final 18 holes of stroke play. Match play starts Wednesday with the two survivors meeting Saturday in a grinding 36-hole finale for the James D. Standish Cup and exemption from qualifying for the National Amateur later this summer. i Tied with Clifford and McDonald at 72 were Hubert Farmer of Toledo, Ohio, and Wendell Kop, 30-year-old engineer from Honolulu. Players Are Traded By Eagles, Giants PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles traded of tensive guard Pete Case to the New York Giants for offensive tackle Lane Howell in a Nation al Football League trade Mon day. The Eagles also announced the signing of offensive tackle Bob Brown who will be starting his second NFL season. Seeks NFL Team : or New Orleans NEW ORLEANS fAP) — "It akes money to make money" is he wav David H. McConnell, who s<?ys he's willing to put up he 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 ivic 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. Dave Dixon, the lawyer who has been promoting for a pro football team for more than 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. The NFL recently awarded a franchise for its 15th team to Atlanta for an estimated $9 million. The league says it will add| another team for the 1967 season, The 39-year-old McConnell, j father of five girls, told newsmen that in his opinion New Orleans "economically is every bit 2 Boys Held For Murder GRAND RAPIDS (AP)—TWO Detroit youths Monday stood mute on a murder charge tn the 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 IJerrera are charged in the fatal shooting last Friday of James Walter, 27, during a holdup at a supermarket he managed. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED International league Rochester 7, Buffalo 2 Toronto 5, Syracuse 3 Atlanta 7, Toledo 4 Columbus 2, Jacksonville l 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- Applj- inslant-drylni T-4-L. 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