Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 13, 1965 · Page 8
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'iJ^^^ta,. •a^i EIGHT IRONWOOD DAIIV OlOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1963. Wakefield Wins AA-W Conference Tennis Championship Cardinals Sweep Titles in Meet At Wakefield M-W Totals Pts. Wakefield 24 Ashland 18 Ironwood 18 WAKEFIELD Wakefield's Cardinals regained the Michigan- Wisconsin Conference ten n i s L'Anse Captures Victory in Ontonagon Triangular Meet ONTONAGON — The L'Anse High School track and field team walked away with an easy victory in the annual Ontonagon Triangular Track and Field Meet held here Wednesday. L'Anse won the meet with 71 points while Ontonagon c a p- tured the second-place spot with 47 points and Baraga sett 1 e d for third place with 23 points. An outstanding pcrforma nee was turned in by L'Anse speed- championship here Wednesd a y | ster McDonald who captured a after surprising the defending! ___ _ _______ ________ champion Ashland Oredockers in the 27tl: annual loop meet. Thei title is Wakefield's 18th in con-'; ference history. Jim Smith, Cardinal sing 1 e s ; entra?at. and Roger Koski-Jerry! Maki, Redbird doubles pair, up-j ended Ashland's defending indiv- 1 dual champions in ccmplet i n g I their sweep of the titles. that 100- first place in every event he entered, winning the yard dash with a brilliant time of 10.15. the 220-yard sprint with a time of 23.7 and the broad jump with a distance of 20-1. Ontonagon's top distance runners Howard and David H e g g took first place in the 880-yard run and the mile run, David Boxer I. Banks Dies Today From Injury to Head PHILADELPHIA (AP) Detroit heavyweight boxer Lucien (Sonny) Banks died today from a head injury. He was knocked winning the 880-yard run with a i out Monday night in the ninth time of 2:06.8 and Howard cap- round of a fight with Leotis Woman Serves As Tennis Coach turing the mile run timed 5:09.5. Torvinen of Ontonagon cleared the 5-9 mark to surpass a 11 j comers in the high jump event i while LeClaire was the only i Baraga thinclad to capture a first as he pole vaulted to I height of 10-0. a Smith overcame to capture the opening set 9-7| J "° „ and then went on to cop the sec-i (<I " d , fc t nomc in time ond set 6-3 to become the new to prepare dinn er," admitted M-W singles champion J coach Mrs. Helen Strait. , ron Turning in some of his bestj But on tne tennis courts . her|™ t teams have won regional cham-; 440-yard run Martin of Philadelphia. Banks, 24, regained consciousness after the fight, but then lapsed into unconscinusness again and was rushed to Presbyterian Hospital. Brain surgery was performed Tuesday morning to remove a blood clot and the 207-pound fighter had been in a coma ever since. Banks' younger brother, Jimmy, had come to Philadelphia from Detroit. Two other brothers and his parents, who live in Tupelo..Miss., survive. Dr. Robert S. Andre, a Phila. ,..„— ~.. ^-,, —, delphia neurosurgeon who per- is tne Katajamaki (O). Time— 2:06.8. formed the operation, ruled out 880-yard relay—L'Anse: Onton- the finishing punch as a direct cause of the subdural hemato- Following are the compl e t e ! results of the meet and the wln- jning times or distances: _.,,i 120-yard high hurdles — Mar- MASON CAP) - When Bill| ion , L) . Marks (O) . Sanb e r g rait, Mason High School's (L ): Cavanaugh (L). Time — No. 1 tennis player, sets out to js.25. close 380-yard run—D. Hegg lO); from|McKormich (L): Whitman (L); ;< rV^n ' . . . _ " . .. _ . — .. yard relay- agon; Baraga. Time—1:37.9. * the Cardinal net ace began his title drive with opening victories over Tom Frost, Ashland, 6-2, 6-1, and Dave Albert, Ironwood 6-3, 6-2. Smith, in beating Kail- man, avenged a 6-2, 5-2 setback he suffered at the hands of the Ashland champion two years ago. Wakefield's Roger Kos k i Jerry Maki completed an outstanding conquest of Ashland's often," she said. "But I do I can usually hold . . „.., v,wn and they respect me « ch a m P lo " s 'jfor it. I've even had boys from Ed Utities-Keith Hershberger by opposing teams come to me for VfrhlnnlvifT tKa Tln/tlmi* rilirh A-1 Via- ^^ ° pionships three of the last four years and finished second in the state last season. Mrs. Strait said she doesn't find coaching high school age boys difficult nor does she consider coaching her son troublesome. "I don't play with the boys very when my own and they respect me whipping the 'Docker duo 6-1, before losing 5-7, and then wrapped up the title with a 6-4 decision hi the third set. The Redbird twosome moved into 5-2 lead in the deciding third set, but Ashland threatened to overcome their advantage and pulled up 5-4, before the Cardinals notched the verdict. Koski-Maki began their march to the doubles title with victories over Ted Buetow-Bob O'Brien, Ashland, 6-1, 6-2, and Tom Bidgood-John Solin, Ironwood, 6-1, 6-2. -, The defending Oredocker doubles team was hard-pressed to reach the final round and had to battle through two three-set matches to face the Cardinal pair. Ed Utities-Keith Hershberger defeated Wakefield's J. Valesano-Bill Lehotsky 6-2, 1-6, 6-2, and then recovered to defeat .Ironwood's Myron Kauppi Larry Tremain 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. The new doubles champions, Koski-Maki, also avenged a 6-2, 6-2 defeat they suffered at the hands of Utlties-Hershberger in last year's M-W tourney. Kallman, in attempting to annex his third straight singles title, defeated John Stonemark, Ironwood, 6-0, 6-1, and was hard- pressed to turn back Wakefield's Dan Seppa, 7-5, 6-3, before gaining the title round. Seppa held a !M edge over Kallman, before Kallman rallied to win. Stone- mark turned in one of the surprises of the meet in upsetting Wakefield's John Petranek in an opening round match 1-6, 6-3, 7-5. Ironwood's Dave Albert surprised last year's M-W singles runner-up Bruce Hendricks o n, help." As a Michigan State University student, Mrs. Strait twice was runnerup in the state intercollegiate tournament. Now she has two daughters at MSU. Maureen, a senior, is the Spartans' No. 1 women's singles player. Marsha, a sophomore, plays on the No. 2 doubles unit. Her son Bill, a junior in Mason High, reached the semifinals in the state tournament last year. Mrs. Strait began coaching at Mason when the school started its tennis program in 1957. "I wasn't exactly a stranger to coaching," she said. "I had worked with youngsters in the city recreation program and both my husband and father had coached at one time." MSU Wallops Albion 20-7 EAST LANSING (AP)—Michigan State walloped Albion's baseball team 20-1 Wednesday. John Biedenbach'' led the Spartans at the plate, slamming a home run, a triple and a single for five runs batted in during three trips to the plate. Bob Maniere helped State with two singles and a double and Bob Sneer hit a double and two singles. Bill Collins was credited with the victory for State. Doug Falan started and was ,the losing pitcher for Albion. State is 23-7 for the season and Albion is 8-8. Minor League Results Ashland, 6-1. 6-4 in a second round match. Wednesday's M-W meet was closely contested and hard- _ A eenri\Tvn PRFSS fought all the way with lron-| By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toledo 8-2, Buffalo 1-3 Toronto 5, Columbus 4 Atlanta 11, Rochester 4, 12 in- wood surprising the field to take j the lead after the first two rounds of action. The Red Devils enjoyed a lead of 18 points, to Wakefield's 14 and Ashland's 13 in morning competition. However, Ironwood failed to win a match after the noon break, while Wakefield surged •head to move into a lead of 19 points, to 18 each for Ashland and Ironwood, as the championship matches got underway. Smith assured Wakefield of at least a title tie with his conquest of Kallman, while Koski-M a kl sewed Up the championship with their victory over Utities-Hersh- berger in the finale. For the first time in loop history each team entered three doubles and three singles teams Into the annual conference tourney. Only two entries in each division participated hi the M-W meet in previous years. SINGLES Firrt Round 's^ohn Stonemark (Iron wo o d) upaet John Petranek (W a k e 1-6, 6-3, 7-5. Second Round Dan Seppa (Wakefield) trounced Joel Lahtl (Ironwood), 6-0, 6-1. «John K a 11 m a n (Ashland) id Stonemark (Ironwood), Jim Smith (Wakefield) eliminated Tom Frost (Ashland), 6-2, arBtyiK Albert (Ironwood) turMd back Bruce Hendrickson qpfi*), t-l, 64. - ^»w5wr*MU turned back Seppa, Dusted Albert, 6-3, 6-2. frionshtp upset defending cham- nings Jacksonville 3, Syracuse 2 Pacific Coast League Indianapolis 10, Denver 4 Hawaii 3, Tacoma 1 San Diego 4, Salt Lake City 3 Oklahoma City 5, Arkansas 1 Spokane 6, Seattle 2 Portland 10, Vancouver 6 pion, John Kallman, 9-7, 6-3, to win the M-W singles title. DOUBLES First Round Ted B u e t o w-Bob (Ashland) overcame O'Brien Walt 01- son-Mike Albert (Ironwood), 46.. 6-1, 6-1. Second Round Tom Bidgood-John Solin (Ironwood) drubbed Jim Sunie-Dan Larson (Ashland), 6-2, 6-4. Roger Koski-Jerry Maki (Wakefield) eliminated Buetow- O'Brien, 6-1, 6-2. Myron Kauppi-Larry Tremain (Ironwood) topped Al Ink a 1 a- Sheldon Jakkola (Wakefield), 6-1, 6-4. Ed Utities-Keith Hershberger (Ashland) overcame John Valesano-Bill Lehotsky (Wakefie 1 d), 6-2, 1-6, 6-2. Semi-Finals K o s k i-Maki (Wakefie 1 d) whipped Bidgood-Solin (Ironwood), 6-1, 6-2. Utities-Hershjerger (Ashi and outlasted Kauppi-Tremain (Ironwood), 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Cahmpionship Koski-Maki upended defending champions Utities-Hershberg e r 6-1, 5-7, 6-4 to win the M-W .doubles title In a hard fou g h, t match. Mile run—H. Hegg (O); Mi- McMullin (D; Cheno- Funke (L); Ovist (B); Torvinen (O); Gerard (L). Time— 65.4. 100-yard dash — McDonald (L); McMullin (L); Rebe 1 1 a (Oi; Jackson (O); Time— 10.15. 180-yard low hurdles — McMullin (L); Sanberg (L); Marion (L); Marks (O); Tune — 22.4. 220-yard dash — McD o n aid (L); Jackson (O); Rehn (L); Kent (L). Time— 23.7. Shot put— Bussiere (O); Jentoft (L); Domitrovich (O); Ovist (B). Distance— 44-2%. Pole vault — LeClaire (B); Nordstrom (L); Ellenich (B); Rebella (O). Height— 10-9. Broad jump —McDonald (L); Toivinen (O); LeClaire (B); McMullin (L). Distance— 20.1. High jump — Torvinen (O); (Nordstrom (L); LeClaire (B); Ellenich (B). Height— 5-9. Mile relay — Ontonag o n; L'Anse; Baraga. Time — 3:43.7. Howard Is in Chipper Mood NEW YORK (AP) — Elston Howard, the New York Yankees All-Star catcher, was in a chipper mood today following his release from the hospital after surgery for the removal of bone chips from his right elbow. "I might surprise a few people," Howard said from his Teaneck, N.J., home. "I feel so good now, I think I'll be able to come back before the time predicted." It had been expected that Howard, who priginally hurt the arm during an exhibition game in Puerto Rico and then re-injured it in the opening game of the season in Minnesota, would be out until June 15. Standings By The Associated Press American League L. 7 8 11 11 11 10 13 15 16 18 Pet. G.B. .696 .667 .577 .560 .542 .524 .435 .400 .385 .217' '/a 2V6 3 31 i 4 6 7 7Va 11 W. Minnesota .. 16 Chicago 16 Los Angeles . 15 Baltimore .. 14 Detroit 13 Cleveland ... 11 Boston 10 New York ... 10 Washington . 10 Kansas City 5 Wednesday's Results Chicago 7-6, Kansas City 4-4 Minnesota 4, Los Angeles 3 Detroit 5, Washington 2 Baltimore 4, Cleveland 2 Boston 2, New York 0 Today's Games Los Angeles at Minnesota, N Kansas City at Chicago Detroit at Washington, N Cleveland at Baltimore, N New York at Boston, N Friday's Games Detroit at Boston, N New York at Baltimore, N Minnesota at Kansas City, N Cleveland at Washington, N Los Angeles at Chicago, N National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles . 18 8 .692 Cincinnati .. 16 9 .640 Houston 16 12 .571 Milwaukee ..11 11 .500 Chicago 12 13 .480 Philadelphia 12 13 .480 San Francisco 12 14 .462 St. Louis 11 14 .440 New York .10 16 .385 Pittsburgh .. 9 17 .346 1V4 3 5 5V2 5»/2 6 6'/2 8 9 Wednesday's Results New York 2, St. Louis 1 Chicago 7, San Francisco 3 Cincinnati 4, Oklahoma 3 Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 4 Los Angeles 4, Houston 2 Today's Games Chicago at San Francisco Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, N Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N Houston at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cincinnati at New York, N Milwaukee at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Pittsburgh, N Chicago at Los Angeles, N Houston at San Francisco, N ma. or clot, in Banks' brain. He said the injury looked as though the boxer had been in an auto crash. Banks had no record of previous head injury through boxing, although he had suffered four knockouts in 27 fights. He had won 16 of his fights with knockouts and six others with decisions. Banks worked at a Ford Motor Co. plant in Detroit. Pennsylvania State Athletic Commissioner Frank Wildman said earlier no investigation of the fight was planned. "Both Banks and Martin were in excellent condition; the bout was conducted in the proper manner; the referee was alert; nothing occurred before the knockout to suggest any lack of care or supervision," said Wildman. Martin could not immediately be reached for comment. Banks' death was the second boxing fatality of 1965. A 17- year-old novice boxer, Jerry Como, died Jan. 14 in a Youngstown, Ohio hospital, after collapsing during a Golden Gloves bout. The coroner ruled that the high school senior's death was caused by a heart condition and not from a blow. Como's heart stopped briefly after he had dropped to the can- vus in the fight doctors restarted Jan. 12, it. They but cut open his windpipe to aid breathing and used a heart machine to help maintain heart action. The youth died without regaining consciousness. The last previous boxins death recorded in this country was that of Forest Wright of Flint, Mich., on Jan. 20, 1964, also in a Golden Gloves tournament. There were 15 deaths in the ring in 1964. Martin, a 182-pounder, ''gave away" 23 pounds to Banks. He won the first four rounds, lost the next four and was behind in the first few minutes of the ninth, according to ring writers. The knockout punch hit Banks on the left temple. He sank to the floor near his corner. First his legs caved in and then his trunk followed. Finally he hit his head on the floor in front of one of the judges. His arms flaired outward. . Most boxing fatalities and se rious injuries have been traced to blood clots of the brain. Benny (Kid) Paret suffered a clot when he was fatally injured two years ago in a bout with Emile Griffith. Ted Ewald, of Grosse Point, Mich., Banks' manager, sale the Negro fighter had never suffered serious injury in a bout before. In his last fight at Houston, Tex., July 21, 1964, he was knocked out in the sixth round by Cleveland Williams. "He ran out of gas and took the count on one knee," said Ewald. "We handled this boy because he's a fine character, and we thought he had fine prospects,' Ewald had said earlier. Ewald. said the fighter, at 207 pounds, was in good shape. "He had boxed at 200 pounds before but we thought he was too light at that weight, and we felt he would be better with the added poundage." In one of his fights, Banks had floored heavyweight champion Cassius Clay before Clay knocked him out. Aguirre to Seek His 4th Straight Victory Tonight WASHINGTON (AP) — Left- hander Hank Aguirre, who in ;en years in the majors has a 3-6 record against Washington jatters, is scheduled to start on the mound for the Detroit Tigers tonight against the eighth place Nats. A repeat performance by slugging left fielder Willie Horton could give Aguirre his fourth victory against no defeats. In the fourth inning of the Tiger's 5-2 defeat of Washington Wednesday night Horton poled his fifth home run of the year, 400 feet into the left field bull pen. The long ball is getting to be a habit for the muscular right- liander. His four previous blasts have gone for 465, 400, 440 and 420 feet. Horton didn't seem to care that his fourth inning clout was the winning run. He added two singles, one in the second and one in the eighth scoring Al Kaline with the Tiger's last run. Joe Sparma started on the mound for Detroit, going seven innings and nailing down his first victory against one loss. The Senators entered the run column" in their half of the fifth inning when Ed Brinkman scored on Ken McMullen's fly to right field. Frank Howard singled to center in the Senator ninth, scoring Don Blasingame with the Nats' final tally. The Tiger celebration over their 13th victory was heightened with the news that Manager Charlie Dressen will rejoin the club when it returns to Detroit Sunday. Dressen has been in California recuperating from a heart attack since the late days of spring training. General M a n ag er James Campbell said Dressen had planned to join the team in Washington, but decided to wait until Sunday. "He won't be in uniform," Campbell said. "He'll just be watching things for a week or ten days." The Tigers will round out a three-game series against the Senators here tonight then move to Boston for three against the Red Sox Friday, .Saturday and Sunday. AB .... 4 Lumpe ph 0 DETROIT Wood 2b . Smith 2b Wert 3b Demeter Ib 2 R II RBI Oil 000 000 0 0 1 3 1 1 000 1 2 0 000 000 595 R H RBI 1 3 0 Bessemer Softball League To Open Campaign Tonight BESSEMER — At a rec e n t meeting of the Bessemer Slow- Pitch Softball League an election of officers was held. Re-elected to the post of league commissioner was Ray Panasso. The league's secretary-treasurer for the year is Dick Massie and the post of publicity manager went to Mick e y Cossie. The opening round of play was set for today and throughout the season all of the league's games will be played on Thur s d a y night. A new team is on the league's roster this season to rep lace Mickey's Bar of Hurley which dropped out at the close of last General Trading Wins Loop Title General Trading captured the top honors in the Sport Bowl Thursday Commercial Bowli n g League over the past seas o n with an average of 877 pins and a total of 82 points. National Metals Bank was a distant runnerup in the fin a 1 count with 73'/2 points and Coast to Coast took third place with 68 points. Lloyd Stimers was honored as the bowler with the highest average in the league as he tallied up a 183.69 pin per-game total. Following him was Dale Jerik with 181.39 and Wilbert Haanpaa with 181.35., Also honored for outstanding 0 1 1 2 0 0 Kaline rf 4 Horton If 4 Freehan c 3 Thomas cf 2 Cash Ib 1 McAuliffe ss 4 Sparma p 2 Gladding p 0 Totals 31 WASHINGTON AB Blasingame 2b ... 4 McMullen 4 Chance Ib 3 Howard If 3 Lock cf 2 Kirkland rf 3 Held ph 1 CamillLc 4 Brinkman ss 3 King ph 1 Hamlin ss 0 McCormick p 2 Cunningham ph .. 1 Brumley ph 1 0 0 Totals 32 2 8 Oil 020 0 1 1 000 000 000 000 1 1 0 000 000 000 000 0 2 Detroit 001 101 020—5 Washington 000 010 001—2 E—MCMullen. DP—Washington 1. LOB—Detroit 5, Washington 13. 2B — Kaline, McAuliffe, Blasingame. HR — Horton (5). S— Sparma, Gladding. SF — McMullen. IP II R ERBBSO Sparma 62-3 6 1 1 5 7 nGlad'ng 2 21131 Lollch 1-300000 M'C'm'k 7 63231 Narum 11-33 2 2 1 1 Richert 2-300001 W — Sparma (1-1). L — MC- performances over the past season was the National Metals Bank squad for the h i g h three- game series score of 2771. General Trading took the high one- game honors with a 1018 game while Heino Jussila took the series total award with a 654 three-game total. Dale Jerik and Axel Tenlen both received prizes for the high single game score with identical 257 scores. League officers were elected for the coming year and they are: Henry Hautala, president; James Hunter, vice-president; and John Yurchak, secretary- treasurer. Following are the final league standings: 1. General Trad ing, 82 points; 2. National Metals Bank, 73'/2; 3. Coast to C oa st Stores, 68; 4 tie. Carlson's Super Market, and Ambers Untouchables, 66 each;'6. Muzik Hut, 636; 7. Hautala Service, 57'/a; 8. Schlitz Beer, 56'/ 2 ; 9. Nicholas Distributing, 46V:>; 10. Woodpeckers, 44'/ 2 ; 11. Old Milwaukee, 36 Va. year's campaign. The new team is Cramblit's Bar of Ironwood Taking a quick look at how the league stacks up this season, last year's last place finishers, Cossie's Bar is reported to be in fine shape with some new faces on the squad and manager Mickey Cossie expects to reverse last year's final standings. Finishing in seventh place after last summer's session was Poor Joe's but a switch in the manager's spot is expected to put some new life into that unit. Holding down sixth place was Anvil Tavern and after spring practice the squad, according to manager Gene Milewski, is in fine condition and should be in the running for the league title. Mickey's Bar, which has dropped from the league, finished in fifth place last season and Cramblit's, the team replacing Mickey's on the league's roster, is expected to field a strong squad. Manager Rudy Massie of the fourth-place Last East Young Club is also in a confident state of mind as the opening night draws near and hopes his team will be a strong contender for the coveted title. The appearance of some new faces on the Fiori's Bosch Brewers club is a hopeful sign to manager Dick Massie, as he tries to bring his team up from the third place finish last season into first place this year. Second-place finishers; the Last East Old Timers, will also have hopes of a league championship and manager Stan Servia will say only that the team will have no new faces but he plans to shake up the old players to step up a notch in the league standings. The top spot in the league last season went to the Spruce Haven Wildcats and over the winter the club has moved to Bessemer and is now known as White Birch Inn. Manager Al Sally reminds the rest of the league that only the name of the team has changed and the club will return to play this season with confidence of taking the title again. As always it looks like another exciting season in the Bessemer Slow-Pitch Softball League and the league members urge a 11 fans to come out and see their favorite team play. Texaco 5th in U. P. Tourney After nine weekends of bowling in the Upper Pen i n s u 1 a Women's Bowling Tournam e n t being held at the Lakeview Lanes in Manistique, the Texaco team from Ironwood stands in fifth place with a total pin-total of 2683. Gil's Mileage of Iron River is leading the team standings with a 2749-pin total followed by Homer's Bar of Manistique with 2714, Pine's Supper Club of Manistique with 2712, Pabst of Glad stone with 2690 and the Texaco team of Ironwood with 2683. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Harmon Killebrew, Twins, smashed two home runs, including a two-run shot in the eighth inning that lifted Minnesota past the Los Angeles Angels 4-3. PITCHING — Bill Monbou- quette, Red Sox, blanked the New York Yankees 2-0 on six scattered hits for his fourth victory of the season. Cormick (1-2). HBP-By Gladding (Lock. WP —Gladding. PB — Camilli. T— 49.2: A—3,205. Dapper Delegate Dies From Colitis Attack NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Dapper Delegate, winner of the Louisiana Derby at the New Orleans Fair Grounds last March and a prime contender for the Kentucky Derby before he was withdrawn due to illness, died Wednesday night at New York's Aqueduct stables. Alcee Richard, trainer of the colt owned by Mrs. Joe W. Brown, told the New Orleans Times-Picayune the horse died of a colitis attack. Richard said Dapper Delegate became ill Tuesday night and wouldn't eat. Major Leagues' Attendance Is Up Over Last Year By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Major league baseball attendance for the first month of the 1965 season was up 5.4 per cent over last year, an Associated Press survey disclosed today. The survey through Tuesday'* games also reflected continued fan apathy in Milwaukee and Kansas City plus a resurgence in Houston where the Astros are playing in their new, enclosed stadium. The Braves, committed to play In Atlanta next year, have averaged only 2,826 paid in their last 11 home appearances. Coupled with an opening-game turnstile count of 33,874 the total il 64,957. Last season, when they finished with an aggregate of 910,000. Milwaukee averaged 11,500 for the first 12 home dates. Kansas City has averaged only 6,700 for 11 home dates. The aggregate of 74,405 is 16.425 under last season. The A's had the lowest home attendance in either major league in 1964 — 642,478. 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