Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 12, 1965 · Page 8
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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1963. Ironwood Wins AA-W Track Crown for 3rd Straight Year Red Devils Eke Out Close Win Over Ashland For the third straight year the Ironwood Red Devils Tuesd a y captured the Michigan-Wise o n- sin Conference Track and Field champions hip as they o u t- pointed their closest rival, Ashland, by a slim seven and one half points, 73-65Vi. The meet was held at the Northland College track in Ashland and was the first M-W meet ever held in that city. The Wakefield Cardinals captured third place with SOV'z points, while Bessem e r wound up in fourth place with 22 points and Hurley finished last with one point. High winds cut down any chance of breaking the few conference records that were expected to fall, and a soft track held down runners' times. The meet began with the strong Oredocker squad taking an early lead as Doug Weeks soared 5-5 to take the blue ribbon in the high jump event and Lustig, another Ashland standout, c a p- tured the broad jump event with a distance of 19 feet 2 inches. * * * Frank Verbos put the Red Devils on the tally sheet with a brilliant performance in the shot put with a heave of 47 feet 5Vu inches. Tom Carli of Ironw o o d took second in the shot put and John Krznarich also of Ironwood captured a fifth place. It was a battle between Wakefield and Ironwood in the pole vault finals as Roger Koskl of Wakef i e 1 d took undisput e d possession of the conf e r e n c e crown with a vault of 10-6. Marty Murto of Ironwood was a close second to Koski and Steve Dudra of the Devils came in third. The Red Devils captured another five points and the A s h- land team suffered a fatal loss in the mile relay. Ironwood won the event easily with the team of Louie Vlasich, Gary Ryshewecz, Kim Priedley and Jack Grandahl turning in a time of 3:52.1. Ashland' ran second in the race but was disqualified for an infraction of the rules and therefore lost all of its points in that race. Other outstanding performanc in the ann u a 1 event inclu d e d Ironwood's Ed Tafelski's win in the 120-yard high hurdles event, timed at 17.1 seconds; Bessemer's Ladd Honkala, who captured top honors in the grueling 440-yard spring with a time of 54.9 and an unexcelled per- 'formance of the 880-yard relay team from Bessemer, made up of Mitch LeClair, Ladd Honkala, Tom Marzari and Mark Martini, which won the event with a time of 1:41.3. * * * Hurley's lone point came in the final event of the afternoon with a fifth place finish in the 880-yard relay. Following are the point winners in each event and the winning times or distances: "Shot put—Verbos (I); C a r 11 (I); Gunderson (A); Martinson (A); Krznarich (I). Distance— 47-5M>. Pole vault —Koski (W); Murto (I); Dudra (I); Smith (W); Drazkowksi (I); Height—10-6. Mile run—Sturgal (A); Ho 1- gers (I); Spetz (I); Davis (I); Luoma (W). Time—5:03. 120-yard high hurdles —Tafelski (I); King (I); Smith (W); Kegel (A); Czerneski (I). Time —17.1. 880-yard run — L a m a 1 (A): Kontny (A); Kravetz (I); Valesano (W); Mattson (B). Time— 2:12.1. 440-yard dash—Honkala ' (B); Hoist (I); Gunderson (A); Tezak (I); Currier (I). Time — 54.0, 100-yard dash—Sibley (W); Lustig (A); Hicks (A); Cameron (A); Grandahl (I). Time— 10.7. 180-yard low hurdles — Kegel (A); Tafelskl (I); Czerneski (I); King (I); Schlitz (A). Time —23.8. 220-yard dash — Lustig (A); Sibley (W); Monroe (A); Hicks <A); Jarvela (W). Time—24.6. Broad Jump — Lustig (A): Hoist (I); Cameron (A); Jarvela (W); Honkala (B). Distance .-19.2. High jump —Weeks (A); Ippolite (B); Carli (I); Martini (B); Hicks (A). Height—5-5. 880-yard relay — Bessemer; Ironwood; Ashland. Time — 1:41.3. .One mile relay— Ironwood; Bessemer; Wakefield. Time — 1:52.1. T/gers Rally to Nip Senators; Sparma Seeks 1st Win Tonight WASHINGTON (AP) — Right- hander Joe Sparma, scheduled to take the mound for the Detroit Tigers tonight against the Washington Senators, will be trying for his first victory. attempting to put over the .500 mark. the Tigers With a last-minute 7-6 victory over the Senators Tuesday night the Tigers are in sixth place in the American League with an 11-11 record. The Tigers went into ninth inning trailing 6-5. the Don Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I PITCHING — Dave Giust), Houston, gained his sixth victory against no defeats with a fQurtfcitter in Houston's 2-1 trlmnpb over the Los Angeles Dodgers. ' BATTING — Pete Rose, Cin- Cinnill, collected three key singles 'Mad a double, scoring two rips up diving In one,,as Cin- cwpatl walloped Philadelphia 9- A* Lucky Debonair Pronounced Fit By GEORGE BOWEN BALTIMORE (AP) — Lucky Debonair's trainer said, "He is fit now. There's just a question of keeping him that way until Saturday," when the 3-year-old colt tries to staple the Preakness to his Kentucky Derby laurels. Frank Catrone's report could have been 'echoed Wednesday by the trainers of the eight or nine other colts expected for the Maryland fixture in the Triple Crown of racing. The last tune-ups on the Pimlico track were held by Dapper Dan and Native Charger. From now until they single- file to the post and break for 1 316 miles, gallops and wind- sprints will maintain the tone of this select group of thoroughbreds. While waiting, Catrone disavowed any thinking about strategy. "That's up to Willie Shoemaker," he insisted. "He's an old pro, has ridden this horse five times and knows what he can do. "Besides, racing is 90 per cent luck." Shoemaker would agree with that. Although one of the nation's premier jockeys for years, this will be the first time he will be riding the Derby winner in the Preakness and thus have a chance at the Triple Crown. Shoemaker guided Derby winners Swaps in 1955 and Tomy Lee in 1959, but neither came on to the Preakness. Shoemaker has had five other Preakness starters, three of them favorites, but won only on Candy Spots in 1963. One reason Catrone said he doesn't concern himself with planning a race for Lucky Debonair is because "this horse can run in any position, up front or from behind." Isador Bieber's Flag Raiser is expected to set the early Preakness Pace. He did it for a mile in the Derby with Lucky Debonair sticking close before Shoemaker pulled out in front entering the last quarter-mile. The laggards are Ogden Phipps' Dapper Dan and Mrs. Ben Cohen's Hail to All. Dapper Dan was the biggest surprise at the Derby finish, zooming from last to second by a neck. Pimlico officials have been promised decisions today on whether to count upon Raymond Guest's Tom Rolfe and Patrice Jacobs' Turn to Reason for the 90th running of their $150,000- added classic. The official entries at $1,000 apiece are to be made Thursday and it will cost those starting another $1,000. Wert walked to lead off the two- run inning and Don Demeter followed with a single to left. Al Kaline's sacrifice advanced both runners and Willie Hort-i on's single to left field scored Wert and Demeter with the tying and winning run. Washington starter Frank Kreutzer held on to a one-hitter for six innings but was taggod for five runs on three hits in the Tiger seventh. | Dick McAuliffe started thei rally with a single, Wert walked and an error on George Smith's grounder to second loaded the bases. Demeter doubled, scoring three and came home on Horton's fourth home run of the year. j The Nats opened the scoring! in the second on Willie Kirkland's triple following a walk. Detroit-raised Kirkland added three more in the Senator fifth when his second homer of the year scored Bob Chance and Don Lock. Larry Sherry got his second win against no losses and Ron Kline took the loss for a 1-1 record. Tiger interim-Manager Bob Swift cut the squad to the required 25 after the game.'Right- hander Julio Navarro, first baseman Bill Roman and catcher John Sullivan were optioned to the Syracuse farm club. WALL CLIMBER IN MIDGET RACE—Les Carl, Lancaster, Pa., leans toward high side as his micromidget race car climbs wall after steering gear broke at Leesport, Pa. Car had collided with one driven by Bob Welcomer, Elizabethtown, Pa., which is at left. Carl's car overturned as it fell back from wall — and neither driver was injured. (AP Wirephoto) Lema, Nichols In Buick Open GRAND BLANC (AP) — Defending champion Tony Lema and PGA champion Bobby Nichols are among the first 32 official entries for the $100,000 Buick Open golf tournament, the PGA notified the tournament committee Tuesday. A field of 159 is expected to tee off when the tournament starts its four-day grind Thursday, June 3. Billy Casper, who won the DETROIT Wert 3b 2 Smith 2b 3 1 Demeter Ib 4 Kaline rf 4 Horton If 5 Freehan c 3 Thomas cf 3 Cash Ib 1 M'A'liffe ss 3 Wi'k'rn'm p 2 Oyler ph AB R H BI 1 . 1 33 Brown ph Totals » WASHINGTON Bl's'ame 2b 5 M'Mull'n 3b 5 Chance Ib 5 Howard If 3 Held If 0 King ph 1 Lock cf 2 Kirkland rf 5 Camilli c 4 Zimmer ph 1 Br'kman ss 4 Kreutzer p 2 Du'kw'th p 1 Totals ' 38 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Ironwood's Slow-Pitch Softball League to Start Season Monday AB R II BE 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 3 3 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 13 Detroit Washington 000 000 502—7 Oil 031 000—6 2B—Demter. 3B E — Brinkman 2, Thomas, Kreutzer. DP—Detroit 2, Washington 1. LOB—Detroit 8, Washington 10. Kirkland, Blasimgame. HR—Kirkland (2), Horton (4). SB —Horton, McMullen. IP H R ERBBSO Wksm .42-39 5 4 44 Regan .11-33 1 1 01 Gldng 1 00002 Sherry 2 10012 Kr'tzer 61-3 3 4 2 8 5 D'kWth 12-3 2 2 1 1 2 Kline 1 21101 Duckworth faced one man in 9th. W—Sherry (2-0). L—Kline (1- l). WP—Kreutzer, Duckworth. T— 5:20. A—6,066. GCC Tennis Team Tops Northland The Gogebic Community C o 1- lege Samson tennis squad traveled to meet Northland College Tuesday in an inter-colle g e match at Ashland and the Sam- sons claimed a 5-4 victory. The Samsons captured a 4-2 advantage in the singles stages of the match and managed to win one of three matches in the doubles. Coach Harold Palmer's team will engage in the battle of the Ironwood's Slow-pitch Softball League will usher in its 1965 season with two games on Monday, May 17, at Randa Field. The season opener will feature Aurora Athletic Club agal n s t Safeway Movers in the first game at 6:45 and smeeth's Sporting Goods against Standard Oil in the second game immediately following. Games throughout the season will be played on Monday and Wednesday nights and each night will feature a twin-bill. League officials wish to notify players in the league that there will be a work-bee tonight at 7 at the Randa Field. The field needs work before the seas o n opens and all players are asked to bring their own shovels, rakes and lawn mowers. The work-bee will be rescheduled for Thursday evening at the same time should rain postpone tonig h t's work-bee. The following is the schedule of games for the first half of play: May 17 Aurora vs. Safeway Smeeth's vs. Standard Oil May 19 Junior Chamber of Commerce vs. KC Carlson's vs C&M Oil May 24 C&M Oil vs. Junior Chamber Safeway vs. KC May 26 Carlson's vs Standard Oil Aurora vs. Smeeth's May 31 Smeeth's vs. Carlson's Safeway vs C&M Oil June 2 KC vs. Aurora Standard Oil vs. Junior Cham- first Buick Open in 1958, and Doug Sanders, current money leader on the PGA tour, also have signed. Others include Jay and Lionel! Hebert, Mason Rudolph, Don January and Johnny Pott. The qualifying round for the tourney will be played Tuesday, June 1, at the Flint Golf Club. Toledo Beats Wayne State 4-1 Tuesday DETROIT (AP)—Bob Agoston slammed a three-run triple in the first inning and scored on a single by Ron Staley to lead Toledo to a 4-1 baseball victory over Wayne State Tuesday. Wayne's single run came on three successive base hits in the ninth inning. Jack Haokenberg was winning pitcher for hurling seven hitless the Toledo, innings. Chris Bockhausen took the loss for Wayne, Wayne is* 4-9 for the season. Toledo is 3-16. ber June 7 Junior Chamber vs. Smeeth's Aurora vs. Carlson's June 9 Standard Oil vs, Safeway C&M Oil vs. KC June 14 Standard Oil vs. KC Carlson's vs. Junior Chamber June 16 C&M Oil vs. Aurora Smeeth's vs. Safeway June 21 KC vs. Smeeth's C&M Oil vs. Standard June 23 Carlson's vs. Safeway Junior Chamber vs. Aurora June 28 Smeeth's vs. C&M Oil Aurora vs. Standard June 30 courts against Northland again Safeway vs. Junior Chamber Thursday at t b e Luther L. KC vs. Carlson's Wright High School. Steve Gibbon of Northl and romped over Gogebic's De n n is Scholar in the singles event 2-6, 2-6, and Bob Winkel of Northland beat Dick McDermott of the Samsons 5-7, 3-6. Terry Korpi got the Sams o ns on the winning side of things with a 6-1. 6-3 win over Bryan Anthony of the Northland squad and Dom Cossi tied the meet up at two each with a 6-2, 6-3 win over Northland's Dan Schneider. Bob Grenfell won a hard fought match against Dick Hardy of the home team as Grenfell came out on top with a 3-6,6 6-3. 10-8 score. Jack Manninen, anot her Samson, won an easy match over Dave Homan by a 6-0, 6-1 score. In the doubles competition Northland won two out of three with Dave McDougall and Anthony pairing up to beat the Samson's McDermott and Grenfell 0-6, 7-5, 2-6. Scholar and Manninen also lost their doubles math 3-6, 3-6 to Gibbon and Winkel but the Gogebic squad captured the meet with a 6-4, 5-7, 6-1 win by Korpi and Cossi jovcr Homan and Snyder. Giusti Posts 6th Straight Win As Houston Edges Dodgers 2-1 By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Dave Giusti, an off-season school teacher, has moved to the head of the class. As a pitcher, that is. Giusti recorded his- sixth victory without a defeat as Houston edged the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 Tuesday night and joined Bob Gibson as pne of the win- ningest pitchers in the major leagues. A couple of hours earlier Gibson reached the same level, 6-0, in 'St. Louis' 4-3 triumph over the New York Mets. Men's Golf Loop To Start Season The Men's Thursday Twi-Lite Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club will play its opening league matches of the 1965 season Thursday. t In preparation for the start of the season, 10 teams of 10 men each have been organized. As in past seasons, the players are asked to contact their opponents to settle the time for teeing off their match. Caesar Tiziani, club pro, asks anyone whose name might be omitted from the team rosters to contact him at the count r y club. The teams making up this year's league and the pairings for tomorrow's opening matches are: Ilodclffhiero'i 'Vertln's D. Pltronc P. Burbera J. Krznarich J. Elsemore C. E. Carlson T. Lundin Lcn Bcissell W. McLean Dom Santini C. Vertin W. Fellow J. W. Huss R. Bonne R. Lutwitzi F. Duffin A. C. Bennett B. Rodeghicro Chct Peterson O. Sjowull P. Kopecko Cnslacna's Coxey's C. P. Anderson P. H. Gunderson Don Brown D. McDonald A. R. Munari F. Cerasoli J. Bennetts W. Newman Al Lord Rc{>. Hallbcrg Rev. Fr. Cappo J. Jacobs C. Coxey A. Antin T. Lilliqulst Wm. Grecr .. Larry .Tohnson J. Revoy Minkln'R E. Minkln Wm. Hendrickson B. Downs Condition of Boxer Critical PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Heavyweight boxer Lucien (Sonny) Banns remained in critical condition today at Presbyterian Hospital where he was operated on for a brain injury suffered in a fight. Banks, 24, of Detroit, suffered a subdural hematoma Monday night when he'was knocked out by Leofis Martin of, Philadelphia in the ninth round of a 10-round feature bout. A subdural hematoma is a blood clot between the third level of the skull and the brain. It is caused by a hemorrhage from a severe concussion. Martin, 24, kayoed Banks with a short right to the temple. As Banks fell he hit his head on the floor of the ring. Banks regained consciousness shortly after the fight.^but then weakened and was taken to the hospital. He was operated on early Tuesday morning when (his condition deteriorated. L. Paoll J. Castagna . Ulasich's Dr. H. Perkins M. Pavlovich . IS1 Newman . . Dr. M. Gertz H. Mattson M. Shawbitz Rev. Ncrcnz P. Ulasich B. Shouldice C. Setterlund Bob Anderson J. Gorrilla Geo. Lee Sum Davey Ted Ellos B. Paquin Chas. Rosn lljnlmqulst's Krlzmanlch's G. LaHlonde W. Kershner M. Flgorlo Dr. J. Gorrill F.. Litshetm R. Rlgoni B. Kovncevich F. Drazkovvski D. Hjalmqulst Dr. V. Vclin O. Rowe Jim Anderson C. E. Gunderson Rev. Mo"eland R. Cigalio Geo. Albert J, Barbera Burns' R. Ahoncn . F. Pcrtllr . P. Malovrh E. Llndborg Dr. M. Gingrich J. Fox G. Seivila Roy Peterson Dick Guth T. Krlzmanlch Geo. Francouer .. Al Wright Vaara's . . . . Bob Vnara T. Landrcttl D. Bcnctti W. Burns J. Frick Ken Rowe J F. Barbera H. Schieber L. Lieberthal B. Hokkonen R. AJlender Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Vancouver 5, Portland 4 Oklahoma City 6, Arkansas 2 Salt Lake City 3, San Diego 2 Indianapolis 4, Denver 1 Seattle 3, Spokane 1, 10 innings Tacoma 6, Hawaii 0 International League Atlanta 12, Rochester 4 Jacksonville 2, Syracuse 0 Toronto 4, Columbus 2 Toledo at Buffalo, cold The rise of the 25-year-old right-hander has been as meteoric as that of the Astros, who are in third place, two games behind first-place Los Angeles. Prior to this season Giusti had managed a poor 2-3 record in 100 innings of hurling for Houston in 1962 and 1964. While continuing his unbeaten streak, the former Syracuse University baseball and basketball star has compiled a 1.62 earned-run average, completed three of four starts and has given up less than one walk per game. In other National League games, San Francisco blanked Chicago 3-0, Cincinnati bombed Philadelphia 9-1 and Pittsburgh nipped Milwaukee 4-3. Giusti allowed the Dodgers only four hits while walking one and striking out six. Other than in the second inning when Los Angeles scored its lone run, the Dodgers had just two baserun- ners, Wes Parker on a third-inning single and John Kennedy on a walk in the fifth. The Astro ace, who retired the last 14 Dodgers in succession, received all of the support he needed from Joe Gaines' two- run homer off Claude Osteen in the second inning. The Mets got to Gibson for 10 hits, but the Cardinals beat them on an eighth-inning run. Dick Groat tripled and scored on Tim McCarver's ground out. The Mets also lost All-Star second baseman Ron Hunt, who suffered a left shoulder separation in a baseline collision with St. Louis' Phil Gagliano in the fifth inning. Hunt probably will be out for the rest of the year. Ron Herbel blanked the Cubs on four hits until the ninth when Billy Williams and Ron Santo singled with two out. Frank Linzy then came on and struck out Ernie Banks. Willie Mays rapped three San Francisco hits and drove in the first run in the third. Pete Rose collected four hits, three of them key singles, for Cincinnati. Rose scored the first Reds' run in the fourth inning, singled across the lead run in the fifth and triggered a six-run uprising in the eighth. Gerry Arrigo turned in a sparkling relief job for the Reds in the final three innings. Del, Crandall's two-run single in the sixth inning plus Manny Mota's bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the eighth lifted the .Pirates past the Braves. Milwaukee threatened in the ninth, scoring one run, by Ed Mathews ended it by hitting into his second double play of the game. Killebrew 1 s Hit Off Chance's Shin Gives Twins 3-2 Victory By DICK COUCH j Associated Press Sports Writer j Dean Chance had been taken! for a sitting duck twice Defore j this spring but it took a direct hit from Harmon Killebrew to clip the Angel's wings. Minnesota's Killebrew rocketed a drive off Chance's shin Tuesday night in the ninth inning and Tony Oliva slid home with the run that, gave the Twins a 3-2 victory over Los Angeles and snapped the Angel ace's winning streak at three games. Killebrew's shot probably hurt less — and was more painful — than the line drives by Willie Mays and Vic Roznovsky that temporarily knocked Chance out of action during spring training. But neither injury proved serious. Nor did it bruise Chance's won-lost record. The first-place Twins did. The loss left Dean at £-1 and his earned-run average soared from 2.92 to 2.93. Detroit came from six runs down to nip Washington 7-6 on Willie Horton's two-run single in the ninth; Baltimore edged Cleveland 3-2 on a run-scoring hit by relief pitcher Dick Hall in the llth and the New York Yankees, led by Mickey Mantle and newcomers Doc Edwards and Ray Barker, topped Boston 5-3 in other American League action. Kansas City and the Chicago White Sox were idle. Chance gave up only two hits until the ninth but both were homers — by Jerry Kindall in the first and Oliva in the sixth. The Angels, meanwhile, had knocked out Minnesota starter Dick Stigman in the first inning on a leadoff homer by Jose Cardenal, a single by Willie Smith and two walks. Smith's two-out triple and an error by reliever Dave Boswell had "produced another LA run in the fifth. Kindall drew a walk leading off the Twins ninth and Cesar Tovar ran foi him. Oliva ripped a double into the right-field corner but Tovar, who was to be optioned to Denver after the game, was thrown out at the plate. Oliva, who reached third on the play, broke for home on KU- lebrew's shot off Chance's leg. Chance ran the ball down but Oliva slid across safely as the pitcher's hurried throw got away from catcher Bob Rodgers. Horton's two-out single in the ninth scored Don Wert and Don Demeter, capping the Tigers' comeback after Willie Kirkland's three-run homer and run- scoring triple had helped the Senators build a 6-0 bulge. Demeter's three-run double and Horton's solo homer keyed a five-run Detroit uprising In the seventh. The victory went to relief specialist Larry Sherry, 2-0, who blanked Washington on one.hit over the last two innings, Sherry has allowed only one run in 25 1-3 innings this season. Baltimore, shut out on one hit by Ralph Terry for seven innings, knocked out the Cleveland right-hander in the eighth, tied the score in the ninth and won in the llth on a single by Boog Powell, -a hit batsman and Hall's ground single to right. New York's Edwards, acquired recently from Kansas City, and Mantle homered while Baker, picked up Monday in a trade with Cleveland, broke into the lineup with two hits as the Yankees struck for four runs in the fourth inning and held off the Red Sox behind right-hander Mel Stottlemyre. Since 1929 the only May foals to win the Kentucky Derby were War Admiral in 1937, Johnstown in 1939, Iron Liege in 1957 and Northern Dancer in 1964. College Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball Ohio Northern 7-4, Adrian 3-7 Detroit 10-8. Albion 2-1 Toledo 4, Wayne State 0 Michigan 4-13, Central Michigan 3-2 Tennis Michigan 8, Michigan State 1 EASY AUTO $25,000 10 Liability Insurance with Medical and Uninsured Motorist ^ 3 me*. Hellie-Keeton Agency 234 E. Aurora Ironwood Dial 932-1912 ** «»4tW 8 lend"! Jfnn ^ Super Farw, Farah's own Wend of polyester and combed cotton Just wash and wear them anywhere.,. 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