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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1965. IL Gogebic Shortstop Golf Tourney Slated This Weekend Cronin of AL Must Be Most Frustrated Man in Baseball By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer About 100 to Bid for Trophy In Uth Event Gogebic Country Club will hold its 14th annual Shortstop Golf Tournament this weekend at the course here. Good playing conditions and a strong field are expected to J n the same span the league ° .- _ K n r> I <•(» + ff\t »»* *•»* «1u lXTn»l*4 Dn«( itn MINNEAPOLIB-8T. PAUL (AP) — The most frustated man in baseball today must be Joe Cronin. If he isn't, he should be. Since he took office as president in 1959, his American League has won only two of ll All-Star Games while tying one. produce keen competition for the 1965 championship trophy. Qualifying play will begin Saturday morning and continue until 3 that afternoon. On Sunday the championship flight will tee off at 8 a.m. and play the day, with the championship match expected to begin a t about 4:30 in the afternoon. Caesar Tiziani, club p r o, reports that about 100 of t h e top golfers in northern Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota are expected to participate in the tourney which always i s one of the highlights of the golfing season here. Entries already have been received from Duluth and Hoyt Lakes in Minnesota, Phil lips. Ashland, Mellen and Park Falls in Wisconsin and Ontonagon, Houghton, Iron River, Calumet, Ishpemlng. Marquette and Escanaba in the Upper Peninsula. Many of the local club's best golfers will be on'hand to give the..outsiders a battle for the trophy. A new champion is due to be crowned this year since Dennis Tiziani, Caesar's son, who captured the crown last year for the third time, has turned professional and will not compete in this weekend's event, leaving 16 open spots for the championship flight. Tizlanf used his power to win the 19(J4 championship by d e - feating John Gregory of I s h - peming, a former champion, 2-1 in the final match of last year's tourney On their way to the title match, Tiziani defeated D r. James Strong of Ontonagon, Dick Mehrmann of Duluth and William McBain of Phillips, while Gregory disposed of Berdie Cox of Houghton, John Mllakovich of Ontonagon and Glenn Samuelson Jr. of Duluth. The public is invited to attend the tournament and watch the matches on Sunday. has lost four of six World Series. Genial Joe squirmed in the heat Tuesday while the National League once again turned back his American All-Stars 6-5, despite blowing a 5-0 lead. It marked the fifth straight a walk and singles by Dick Mc- Aullfie of Detroit and Rocky Colavito of Cleveland. Then came the big fifth when the Americans tied the score with four runs McAuiiffe accounted for the first two with a 400-foot homer over the center field fence It scored Minnesota's Jimmic Hall, who had walked. Mays ran into thP fence in a vain attempt to keep the ball inside the park and jarred his injured right hip. BrooK-s Robinson of Baltimore followed McAuliffe's homer with a single and trotted home ahead of Killfibrew's 410-foot drive into. defeat for the Americans in All-j the pavilion in left center. Mays Star and World Series competi tion. The National League, which once wanted to call the whole thing off when it found itself trailing 12 games to 4, has taken a lead for the first time since the competition began in 1933. The victory, their seventh in didn't even bother to turn around to see where that ball! was going. ! The National used six pitchers, to five for the losers. Sandy' Koufax, who pitched the sixth! inning, was credited with the i victory. The Los Angeles Dodg-j ers' southpaw, far from sharp Schedule Is Revised for Babe Ruth Tournament at Bessemer BESSEMER - A change has' first rounds, now has a bye and been mode lit the Babe Ruth will play Saturday after noon League Tournament schedule Jjgftt* *™&£^ due to the Marquette team ford Anier i C an8 game Friday, dropping out of the event , Reslc ients of the area are re- The ironwood and Iron Moun-, mlnded agaln that houslng for ta in-Kingsford game that was, about 80 » layers is a problem . scheduled for 10 a.m. has been; Anyone w £ 0 nas available room re-slated for p.m. on Friday.; for one or niore p i ayerg and lg Escanaba, which had been slat-, willing to accommodate them Is ed to meet Marquette in the asked to contac t the tournament the last eight decisions, has giv-1 after pitching a complete game All-Star Game Facts, Figures MINNEAPOLIS'ST. PAUL (AP) — Facts and figures of Tuesday's All-Star baseball game at Metropolitan Stadium. Attendance—46,706. Net receipts—$242,755.37. Score — National League 6, American League 5. Series standing—National won 18, American won 17, one tied. Winning pitcher—Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers. Losing pitcher—Sam McDowell, Cleveland Indians. Television receipts— $250,000. Division of receipts — 95 per cent of the gate and TV to player pension fund, remainder to major league central fund. Site of 1966 All-Star game — New river-front stadium at St Louis. Michigan State, Notre Dame Extend Rivalry EAST LANSING (AF)—Mich igan State and Notre Dame agreed today to extend their football rivalry at least another two years—through J974, The two announced plans to play at Notre jjame Oct, 6 1973, and at Bast Lansing Oct 5, 1974. They already had agreed to meet each yeai through 1972. en the Nationals an over-all 1817 lead. The Nationals simply had too many guns Tuesday. They out- hit the Americans 11 to 8 and out-homered them three to two. Then, when they needed stout pitching after the Americans had made up a five-run deficit, they called on World Series hero Bob Gibson. The St. Louis right- hander stopped the Americans in their tracks. With the Nationals ahead again 6-5, Gibson came in to pitch the last two innings. After giving up a leadoff double to Tony Oliva in the ninth, raising the hopes of the 46,706 American League partisans, Gibson quickly dashed them by setting down he next three hitters, two on strikeouts. The crusher was his whiffing of Harmon Killebrew, the Minnesota strong boy whose fifth- nnlng two-run homer had tied ,he score 5-5. As he has done in so many previous All-Star Games, Willie vlays took the spotlight. The San Francisco wonder ooy, unmindful of a painful bruise on his right hip — a souvenir of a home plate collision at Philadelphia Saturday night — opened the game with a home run. It was hit off starter Milt Pappas.. Baltimore Oriole right- hander. Willie didn't get any more hits in his leadoff role, but he walked twice and one of those walks developed into the winning run. That came about in the seventh inning when he coaxed a pass off Cleveland left-hander Sam McDowell, raced to third on Hank Aaron's single, remained there while Roberto Clemente grounded into a force play and ambled home on Ron Santo's crazily bouncing single over second base. For two innings, it looked like a breeze for the National League, Taking their cue from Mays, Milwaukee's Joe Torre and Pittsburgh's Willie Stargell followed with homers, each with a man aboard, and before the Americans had their first hit, the Nationals had a 5-0 lead. in the meantime, the Americans, led by Al Lopez of the Chicago White Sox, could do little with Juan Marichal, the National League starter. The 26-year- old San Francisco right-hander faced only nine men in his three innings. He gave up a single to Vic Davalillo of Cleveland, but the center fielder was erased on a double play. It was not until the fourth in ning, with Jim Maloney of the Cincinnati Reds on the mound that the Americans finally came to life They scored their first run on Sunday, walked two but worked himself out of trouble. , Don Drysdale of the Dodgers j and Dick Farrell of the Houston Astros also saw action for the BABE RUTH ALL-STARS—The Ironwood Babe Ruth League All-Star team pictured above includes, from the left: Front row—Ron Sanders, Wally Cisewski, Joe Fertile. Tom McGrath, Milt Krznarich, Jerry Osterman. Mike Shea and Bill Waitanek; standing—Coach Bob Backon, Bob Gothblad, Tom McRae, Don Koivisto, Tom Eckstrom, John Miklesh, Mike Palmgren, Chuck Kolesar, Jim Stonemark, George Dellmba and Al Kanipes. The squad will be involved in the upcoming Babe Ruth League Tournament at Bessemer and will play in the first game against Iron Mountain- Kingsford American at 1 p.m. Friday. (Daily Globe Photo) manager, John Bonovetz, Bessemer telephone 867-8721, Following is the revised schedule for the tournament: Friday, July 16: l p.m. —Ironwood and Iron Mountaln-Klngsford Amerlc an. 3 p.m. — Ishpemlng vs Iron PITTSBURGH (AP) — If Stan I Mountaln-Kingsford National. Poploski. 43-year- old Pitts-] 5 p.m. — Bessemer vs Calu- burgh real estate salesman, met. Pittsburgh Man Leads Publinx goes all the way in the National Public Links Golf Tournament Saturday, July 17, semi-finals: 2 p.m. — Escanaba vs win- he could become the first man nc r of Ironwood and Iron Moun- to ride to a top amateur golf; tain- King sford American. title on a pair of roller skates. After establishing himself as • l ' 4 p.m. — Winner of Ishpem- Natlonals. Americans After used Pappas the j Jim Grant i of Minnesota, Pete Richert of Washington, McDowell and Ed Fisher of Chicago. McDowell was charged with the defeat. | STANDINGS MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL! (AP) — The box score of the! 1965 major league All-Star base- j ball gfime: j Ironwood Edges Bergland 6-4 to Remain Unbeaten in League Play NATIONAL Mays cf Aaron rf Stargell If eClemente if Allen 3b Santo 3b Torre c Banks ib Rose 2b Wills ss ardenas ss Marichal p . b Rajas Maloney p Drysdale p d F. Robson Koufax p Farrell p gWllliams Gibson p Mauch, Lopez Would Like to Face Each Other Again in '66 By LEW FERGUSON MINNEAPOLIS-flT. PAUL IAP) — Gene Mauch and Al Lopez, who managed this year's All-Star Game by default, would like to face each other again next; year their own. but this time on Mauch won in his rookie try while Lopez suffered his fifth loss without a victory Tuesday as the National League edged the American League 6-5 and took a one-game lead in the 36- game. All-star series. "I'll be more than happy to keep trying to beat them," said Lopez, "if we (the Chicago White Sox) can win a pennant and put me in the game again." Asked how it felt to help put ihev National League ahead by one- game, Mauch of the Philadelphia Phillies eaid: •• "Good, but not 36 good as it Would feel to manage the team that puts them two games aftead." f-Soth Mauch and Lopez were [Ubjtttutea. this year. Their leapno each missed winning pen* hants by one game in 1964, but " became the-All-Star man- when JOfthny Kean of St. 'and Yogi Berra of the Yankees changed Following their first encounter, Mauch said his team "would have thought of another way to win it if they hadn't won it the way they dirt." Lopez called it a "heck of a good game, a good show which either side might have won." The home run hitting of Willie Mays, Joe Torre and Willie Stargell plus the pitching o] Juan Marichal and Bob Gibson dominated postgame discussions in the NL dressing room. But an infield bounder which took two crazy nops after leaving the bat of Ron Santo of the Chicago Cubs in the seventh inning had the American Leaguers shaking their heads. The blow went for an infield single and scored Mays from third with the game's winning run. Sam McDowell of Cleveland the pitcher at the time, said: "We should have had an easy double play on it...until it started taking those goofy hops, it had some top spin on it, and it looked like it hit comething. "It was an inside slider thai it It Santo hit—a good pitch. bounced bounced over over me, and Bobby Rich, ardson. By the time it got to jZoilo Versalles it was too late. w Ironwood 7 Bergland 3 Bessemer 3 Hurley 3 White Pine 2 L 0 4 4 5 5 AB R H Bl 0 A 321140 5 3 2 3 2 4 4 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 10 0 2 0. 0 0 .1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The Western Upper Peninsula High School Baseball League champion for the 1965 season, Ironwood, came one game closer' to completing the season with a perfect record as it edged the Bergland Vikings 6-4 in a thrilling game played at Bergland Tuesday evening. The win gives the Red Devils, coached by Wayne Melchiori, a season tally of 7-0 and a undisputed grip on the league cham- , pionship. 0 0! The loss in the Bergland camp makes the Vikings' second place spot, a position they have held 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 36 6 11 6 27 9 AMERICAN AB R H BI O A M'Auliffe ss 3 McDow'll p 0 f Oliva rf 2 bHob'son 3b 4 Alvis 3b 1 Killebrew ib 3 Colavito rf 4 Fisher p 0 hPepitone l Horton If 3 Mantilla 2b Rlch'son 2b Davalillo cf Versalles ss Battey c Freehan c Pappas p Grant p Kaline Richert p cHall ct Totals 2 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 34 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 000 000 1 0 0 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 7 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 1040 0001 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 37 11 A—Grounded out for Grant in 3rd. out for Marichal in 4th. c—Walked for -Richert in 5th. d—Struck out for Drysdale in 6th. e—Hit Into force play for Stargell in 7th. f—Grounded out for McDowell in 7th. g—Grounded out for Farrell in 8th. h—Struck out for Fisher in 9th. National 320 000 100—6 American 000 140 000—5 E—None. DP—B. Robinson, Mantilla and Killebrew; Wills, Rose and Banks; McDowell, Richardson and Killebrew. LOB —National 7, American 8. 2B—Oliva. HR—Mays, Torre, Stargell, S—Rose. McAuiiffe, Killebrew. H ER 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 IP H Marichal 3 l Maloney l 2-3 5 Drysdale 1-30 Koufax, W 1 0 Farrell 1 0 Gibson 2 2 Pappas 1 4 Grant 2 2 Richeit 2 1 McDowell, L ... 2 3 Fisher 2 1 BB—Maloney 2 (Killebrew, Hall), Koufax 2 (Horton, Freehan), Farrell 1 (Killebrew), Gibson i (Versalles), Pappas l (Rose), Grant T (Mays, McDowell i (Mays). SO—Maloney i (B, Robinson), Koufax i (Hall), Gibson 3 (Horton, Killebrew, Pepltone) Grant 3 (Allen, Banks, Rose), Richert 2 (Mays, Stargell), McDowell 2 (Rose, Robinson ). WP—Maloney. U—Stevens (A), Plate; Weyer (N), first base; Dimuro (A), sec* ond base; Williams (N), third base; Valentine (A) and Klbler (N) foul lines. T—2:45. A-46,708 , Women to Drive Stock Cars In Races Here Next Sunday The Hiawatha Stock Car Racing Association is undertaking a task of great responsibility as they allow women of the area to run its stock cars in a feature race scheduled for Sunday evening at the stock car track at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds. The time trials for the evening will begin at 5 p.m. and will be immediately followed by the races. As a special added attraction, these cars that have been hit, scrapped, banged, rolled over, and literally torn apart, will have to stand up to the supreme test of endurance, allowing a woman driver to take the helm and lap the oval track fr o m start to finish. To add to already mounting tension of the upcoming race, a bitter duel has arisen between most of the season, a heated duel with Bessemer and Bergland all knotted for runnerup honors, both with 3-4 records. The Viking defeat sets the scene for one of the most thrilling season finishes that could transpire with the determined Speed Boys and the valiant Vikings meeting i head-on in the final game of the | season for both teams. T h e j game will be played Thursday at Massie Field in Bessemer, beginning at 6:30. The outcome of Tuesday's contest was not settled until the final Bergland out was made in the last of the seventh inning. Bergland started the scoring in t>y"the""association." The" races the game with a single run in; W ere held Sunday evening at the the opening inning after holding Race Results Are Announced The results of the Hiawatha Stock Car Racing Association's races have just been announced Ironwood's "City Men a c e," Betty Gutt, and an imported California driver running under the title of "The Road Runner," better known to local fans as the pilot of Airport Read, Dorothy Levljoki. It seems that Miss Levijoki has journeyed to the west coast country sidp for a n extended training p e r i od with the fast moving California traffic. the Retl Devils scoreless in the top of the first. Ironw6od, determined to keep Gogebic County Fairgrounds as a crowd of 2,500 thrilled fans looked on. Bob Mattson in car 3 took first its winning string intact, came p i ace in the time trials with Bud up with five big runs in the top ' Sh utte in car 54 coming in sec- Of the second inning to lead in ; ond and Jerry oorda in car 11 the game 5-1. Bergland scored j taking the third spot. 3 second Results OI tne nn H , inning but remained scoreless! follows- for the following two innings to ' margin with a single tally In the top of the fourth to take a 6-2 advantage. The Vikings crossed the plate with one more in the bottom of the fifth inning and came roaring back in the bottom of the j to ignite a poten-j were as car 41 c 4 ar 110, Midge Mattrella; third place, car 69, Chuck Mehler. Second race—Winner, car 13, Jim DelFalvaro; second place, 2140, Gary Olson; third , car 36, Bob Root, race—winner, car icar tial rally. With the bases loaded and nobody out, King, the Ironwood pitcher, was taken off the mound by Coach Melchiori and Fertile was brought in to hurl the final inning. Fertile was successful in rtrik- ing out the first two Vikings that he faced to ease a little of the building pressure but still the bases were loaded and Fertile threw a wild pitch past the catcher. The runner on third base started for home as did Fertile and Pertile reached the 0 plate !n time to receive t h e 01 throw from the catcher anu tag the final Viking out to end the Bret Hanover, harness horse contest. Koivisto started on the mound for the Red Devils and pitched a total of four innings, allowing six hits and three runs. He walked four and struck out six. King relieved him in the sixth Innings and in the next two innings he struck out four, allowed four hits and hit one batter, Fertile was then called on to take over in the seventh and retired the 3ide. R, Frulk was the start i n g pitcher for Bergland and hurled a total of five innings allowing all five Ironwood runs on five hits, and struck out four. Abrams then took over on the Bergland mound in the sixth inning and finished the game allowing one hit and striking out five. Lahtinen smashed out a pair of doubles for Ironwood and Koivisto came through with one double to aid the winning effort. Johnson was the only Bergland , player to hit for extra ll, Corda; second place, car 708, John Neiml; third place, car 8, Bob Broman. Fourth race—winner, car 13, Jim DelFalvaro: second place, car 3, Bob Mattson; third place, car 2, "Red" D'Antonio. Fifth race— Winner, car 11, Jerry Corda; second place, car 33, Milt Kivl; third place, car 100, Bill Peterson. Feature Race—winner, car 11 Midge Mattrella; second place, car 3, Bob Mattson; third place, car 36, Bob Root. The next races will be held To assist in the winning of the women's invitational, "The Road Runner,, has "imported" from the state of Texas, the fabulous "Lone Star Timmona," Betty Timmona, from Houston. "Lone Star Timmona" will be running interference for "T h e Road Runner" to see that none of the local drivers win the big race but she must first get by all of the local competition. These two Imported drivers have their work rut out for them, however, as Betty Gutt and 17 other area women try to keep the title on home territory. Other area women drivers that have signed up for the featured race include: Darlene Bjork, Mrs. George Mead, Mrs. John Dietel, Bonnie Londo, Diane Swanson, Anna Sain, Marie DelFavero, Donna Richards, Rosann Londo, Donna Erickson, Beth Matfson, Pat Gutt, Delores Baross, Valorie Clemens and Shawne. —144 to pace a trimmed field of 64 players into the match play I that starts today, Poploski shrugged off the belief that an older man would fold after several days of trudging the North Park golf course's steep, roller coaster hills. no. I roller skate twice a week. Me and my wife both do. It's great for the legs," said PoplosUi, who is making his 10th try for a National Publinx Poploski, who matched North Park's par 36-35—71 with one bogey and one birdie on the card, said the prospect of 36- hole quarter-final and final rounds didn't bother him at all. Despite Poploski's stamina, the betting was still heavily on the "youngsters" who were breathing down his neck during Tuesday's second 18-hole qualifying round. Among a group two shots back at 146 were defending champ Billy McDonald, a 21- year-old music student from Topekp, Kan.; Ron Greenbach, 23-year-old tavern owner from San Francisco; Sonny Ewing, 28-year-old physical education teacher from Dallas, Tex.; Edward Heyl, 24-year-old government mathematician from Falls Church, Va., and 30-year-old Wendell Kop, a bouncy little engineer from Honolulu. It took a score of 154 to make the cutoff for match play. Spartans Down Wo/ver/nes'9' The Spartans dumped the Wolverines 12-6 in a Bessemer Babe Ruth League game played at Massie Field Tuesday evening. The Wolverines started the game with a two-run first inning on a single by Goodrich and a home run by Borseth but the winners tied up the affair with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first inning on no hits. The Spartans went on the scoring rampage and added to their League Chooses All-Star Team ONTONAGON — A scrimmage to determine the All-Star team to represent the Lake of the Clouds League in the .forthcoming tournament recently was held at White Pint-. Ontonagon defeated the combination of White Pine — Mass- Greenland teams by a score of 13-7. Nine of the Ontonagon runs were spored in the fifth Inning. On a basis of their play, the boys were picked to the all- star team as follows: Ontonagon — Jeff Jacks o n , Joseph Sharnkey, Mickey M c .- Gulre, John Ppllc, David Gull- bault, Matt Drake and John Monville. White Pine —John Gravier, Jerry Pakonen, Mark Guisfredi, David Stephens and Jim Rabideau. the winner of the Bessemer- Calumet game. Sunday, July 18: 2 p.m. —Consolation honors will be at stake with the losers of Saturday's games playing. 4 p.m. — Championship game. McAuiiffe Shines For AL All-Stars MINNEAFOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP)— if baseball players were paid on a commission basis rather than salary, Detroit Tigers shortstop Dick McAuiiffe would have collected handsomely in Tuesday's All-Star game. Playing in his first All-Star contest, McAuiiffe not only chalked up the second hlghost batting average of any American League participant, but he scored 40 per cent of his team's five runs himself and batted In another McAuliffe had two hits in three at-bats, for a .666 average. He was topped only by Tiger teammate Bill Freehand l.OOO average in a single time up. 4«. 6 laiit^agQ miu auucu vu MICU Mass-Orppnlpncl Torrv total with fnur runs in thp thirrt •'vidbh-uieenmncl -- Jerry IUIHI WHO icmi tuns in me miro r if> Q1 , Tim /vrvmnaii n o inning, three in the fourth inning, one in the fifth and two in the sixth while the Wolverines could only tally a pair of scores in the fifth inning and two more in the seventh. Brian Ciesielczyk was the winning pitcher as he allowed four hits, issued six walks and struck out 10 batters. Mark Borseth and John Carroll shared the pitching duties for the Wolverines and combined, they Sunday evening at the Gogebic allowed six hits, walked 11 and County Fairgrounds, with the struck out six. time trials beginning at 6 p.m. and the races getting under way at 7. Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOSTON, Mass. — Ted Whitfield, 145, Springfield, Mass., outpointed Charley Scott, 147Va, Philadelphia, 10. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Fred Roots, W/a, Sacramento, out- pointed Aristeo Chavarin, 165'/j, Los Mochis, Mexico, 10. on Thursday when it takes on the White Pine Warriors in a game that is slated to get underway at 6 p.m. Ironwood Lahtinen Koivisto King Miklesh Pfilile McDonald Eckslrom Tnfelskl SandurN Kaslovtt'h WHUon AB R H 4 a a o i o o o n j o, 0 0 1 1 1 1 winner of all 24 races in 1964, j bases as he belted out a double. Is trained by 60-year-old driver! ironwood will play its last! TnUIS 0 0 0 * 1 1| :i o 01 ABR H 4 i 3 1 2 1 402 '4 0 1 i 0 I 3 o g M. Bor«eth 401 " ll 0 0 Q, Frulli Johnson Abrami R. Pj'ullf O. J3or»el)l R. Hill MlchelW . Hill ai Frank Ervin. game oi the season at Bergland ; A 9! Total* 'U 1 10 050 100 0—B 110 010 1—4 struck out six. Goodrich of the Wolverines and Honkala of the Spartans both connected on a pair of hits each. deau, Jim O'Connell, Randy Maki and Jerry Plutchak. The 14 regulars and two alternates will play in the first tournament game July 22 at Wakefield. Participating in the tournament will be Lake of the Clouds, Bessemer, wa k e field and Ironwood. Each t e am will .play two games, The championship and consolation will be played Saturday, July 24. The winner of the tournament will proceed to the U p- per Peninsula tournament the next week. Managing the Lake of the Clouds team will be Bud Pollen and James Fyfe. blasted a 412-foot homer over the center field wall in the fifth inning, driving In pinch-hitter Jimmy Hall of the Twins ahead of him. Earlier. McAuiiffe scored after getting on base in the fourth with a single to center. It was a former Tiger, Rocky Colavito of Cleveland, who drove McAuiiffe In with a single. McAuliffe's home run gavt Willie Mays of San Francisco a good workout. AS the ball sailed into center field, Mays ran back as deep as he could and then tried to climb the fence, but the ball sailed into the bullpen. Two other Tiger players saw some action but didn't do much, Willie Horton failed to get a hit in three times at bat, and Al Kaline grounded out in one timt at the plate as a pinch hitter. Pistons Sign DeBusschere DETROIT (AP) — Dave De- Busschere, a player who served the Detroit Pistons part- of last season as acting coach, has been signed as a full-time playing coach, the National Basketball Association club announced today. DeBusschere, whose squid won 29 games and lost 40 last year after he replaced ousted Charlie Wolf, currently Is » pitcher in the Pacific Coast League for the Indianapolis farm club of the Chicago Whltt Sox. The 24-year-old DeBusschere led the Pistons in assists last season with 253. He ranked second on the club with 847 r«- bounds, while averaging ll.T points a game. 'All I said was: Show me a filter that delivers the taste and Til eat my hat." NEW LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS *> .

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