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SIX IftONWOOD DAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1963. Morton, Hottest AL Hitter, Continues Heavy Slugging Post 5th ~~~ Tigers Straight Victory BOSTON (APi — Whallopin' Willie Horton. the hottest hitter In the American League, continues to strike terror into the hearts of opposing pitchers and to help power the Detroit Tigers p the baebn laclder - Loss to MSU Knocks Michigan Out of Lead in Big Ten Race Ohio State ; CHICAGO (API climbed into a first place with Michigan Friday in Big Ten baseball race tie the and Michigan State remained in contention with Wolverines. Ohio State a victory over the downed Iowa 3-0 .. ,„ - . ,, ,. for its eighth victory against With Horton blasting two more , two losses and Micnigan state homers, making , t flve , n three i defeatecl Mich ig an 6 . 3 , handing days for Willie, the Tigers out- !tne wolverines their second loss slugged the Boston Red Sox 128 in 10 innings Friday night. Willie the Wonder now has nine for the year and leads the league. Now suddenly a menace in the American League, the Tigers have won five games in a row and stand a fancy 6-2 on their current road trip. Southpaw Mickey Lolich was chosen to pitch for Detroit today as the Tigers sought to make it two straight over the Red Sox. A full 20 hits, with Horton collecting four and Al Kaline, Don Demeter and Bill Freehan three each, rattled off Tiger bats in Friday night's power show. Three pitchers on each side were mauled by the batters of the two teams. While Horton had a fireworks duel with Boston's Carl Yastr- zemski, the Tigers got their j runs in gobs—five in the third, j three in the sixth and four in the | extra tenth. On the figures, Yastrzemski had a slight edge. The Tigers never could get him out. He hit two homers, a triple, double and single and walked once in six trips to the plate. He drove in five runs. Willie was close. His two homers and two singles accounted for five runs. He was put out once. His single in the tenth scored the second of Detroit's four runs in the frame. Shortly afterwards, Norm Cash doubled, scoring Kaline and Horton. It was much like that in all the other scoring of the game. Bam, bam. If not Horton, then Vastrzemski. If neither, then someone else. Dennis McLain started for Detroit but failed to last through the second inning. Ed Krakow followed. Terry Pox wound it up and got the victory, making him 3-0 for the season. Dick Radatz came in as the third ; Red Sox pitcher in the eighth. The Tigers waited till the tenth, then demolished him. The Tigers rallied twice to take it. They were behind 5-0 when they shook out their five runs in the fifth. Two by Boston in the seventh tied it 8-8 and Detroit's last spree did the work. of the season. Michigan State, meanwhile. climbed within one game of the leaders in what has turned into a three-team race for the title. The Indiana at Minnesota game was rained out and Illinois' 18-2 victory over Northwestern rounded out schedule. ANN ARBOR (AP) —Pitcher John KraSanan and first baseman Steve Juday collaborated in leading Michigan State to a 6-3 victory over Michigan Friday in the opener of their Big Ten baseball series, Krasnan, MSU's star left- hander, held Michigan in check on eight hits. Juday. the football quarterback, had a 3-for-4 day at the plate while driving in three runs. MSU, drawing first blood in a series that concludes with a doubleheader at East Lansing today, forced the Wolverines, league of the second loss in leaders season, since the to accept 10 games. start their MSU Today's doubleheaders find Indiana at Iowa, Michigan at Michigan State, Northwestern at Purdue. Ohio State at Minnesota and Wisconsin at Illinois. Steve Juday knocked in three runs and scored another on a Friday's I is now 7-3. The Spartans wrapped up the game with two runs each in the second and third innings. Three singles and a walk scored the first two and a double and three singles accounted for the second pair. The Spartans got 15 hits. Juday got a single in both MSU's double and a pair of singles in leading Michigan State to its j early rallies, victory over Michigan. John! Carl Cmejrek's fluke home Krasnan went all the way for run provided two Michigan runs the Spartans, yielding an un- in the fifth. His drive bounced unearned run in the first and a I over the right field fence witn two-run homer to Carl Cmejrekj a man on base, in the fifth. ! A well-placed sacrifice bunt Righthander Steve Arlin by Juday brought in Bob Speer PMC CHAMPS—The St. Ambrose Rambler track and field,team for the 1965 season captured the Porcupine Mountain Conference Track and Field Meet held in Bessemer on May 6 to win the championship for the second straight year. The Ramblers won the meet by mounting up a total of 57'/a points while their closest rival Ewen added up 33 l i> points. The Rambler thinclads are competing today in the Class D Regional Meet at Houghton. Pictured are, from the left: Front row—Don Carli, Art Karjala, William Gorrilla, Dave Duma, Fran Paoli, Bruno Santini, John Beauchamp and Robert Winn; middle row—Mark Santini, Paul Malovrh, Mark Appleberry, Gary Gertz, Dennis Cossi, James Richards and Michael Patrick; top row, manager, Robert Egizl, Ralph Eglzi, Tom DeCarlo and Charles Lilliquist. The Rambler coach is Pete Schmidt, who is not pictured. (Daily Globe Photo) Davis Is Too Fast for Teammate As He Runs Into Automatic Out Yastrzemski, Horton Put on Furious Duel By MURRAY CiiASS I In that time, he has collected Maybe Willie Horton and Carl 12 hits in 18 times at bat, Yastrzemskt are drinking from the same bottle — of juice. The two left fielders exploded in a furious slugging battle Fri- slammed six h o m e rs and knocked in 15 runs. Over-all, the 22-year-old right- handed batter leads the league day night in Detroit's 10-inning. ; W ith a .383 average and nine 12-B triumph over Boston... i homers. He has batted in 20 Detroit s Horton erupted for| ri , ns and has a slugging per- two home runs and two singles ! centage of .900. The 25-year-old Yastrzemski while Yastrzemski of the Redj Sox belted two homers, a triple, a double and a single. Each drove in five runs. Horton, who has been drinking juice to regain his strength since a nose operation, was hot for the fourth consecutive game. 4 Games Open Bessemer Play STANDINGS W Cossi 1 crambllt's i Last East Young 1 Fiort's 1 Anvil Palms o Last East Old o Scrooge's o White Birch Inn .... o Steve State into a Arlin first " e "f cled when second on an error °" a P r place tie with a three-hit triumph over Iowa. Arlin, a sophomore, fanned 10 to bring his season total to 110 in 88 innings this season. Arlin also scored the only run le reached and scored balls in the fifth. Jim Reed singled in a second-inning run and Bo Rein scored the other run on an error in the eighth. A four-run rally in the eighth inning lifted Wisconsn past Purdue. Bill Buchholz went all the way for the Badgers and drove in two runs in the sixth to tie the score at 4-4. Dave Ryniec collected five singles and a walk to lead Illinois' 19-hit attack against Northwestern. The Wildcats committed seven errors in the game. from second base in the seventh. Juday doubled home MSU's final run in the ninth after two singles. Second baseman Jerry Walker and shortstop Bruce Pettibone contributed star defensive plays for MSU. Ex-Professional Football Star Has Horse in Preakness Today Standings Rv By DETROIT AB R H RBI American League ! W. L. Pet. G.B. Nicklaus Molds 2-Stroke Lead NEW ORLEANS (AP) — It's the new look these days on the fairways for big Jack Nicklaus. The Masters champ is clowning and cutting up to the delight of huge galleries. There's no change in his phenomenal golf game, however, and he starts today's third round of the $100,000 Greater i New Orleans Open with a two- bu .te e ovei : a suartet of vlctory ' hungry young - Wood 2b 5 1 2 1 Lumpe 2b 1 1 1 0 Wert 3b 4 2 1 0 Demeter Ib 6 2 3 1 Kaline rf 5 3 3 2 ] Horton if 5 3 4 51 Freehan c 6 o 3 0; O. Thomas cf 4 o l 0 { Cash Ib 2 o l 21 McAuliffe ss 5 0 1 0 j McLain p i' o o 0: Rakow p 2 o o 0 Brown ph 1 0 0 0' FOX p 1 0 0 0 Totals 48 12 20 111 BOSTON AB R H RBI Oreen cf 4 2 2 2! Malzone 3b 6 0 o 0 Yastrzemski if ... 5 Conigliaro rf 4 L. Thomas Ib — 4 Mantilla 2b 3 Bressoud ss 4 Chicago . . .. Minnesota Detroit Los Angeles Baltimore Cleveland Boston New York .. Washington Kansas City 18 17 15 16 15 12 11 11 10 5 8 8 11 12 12 11 14 16 18 20 .692 .680 .577 .571 .556 .522 .440 .407 .357 .200 '/a 3 3 3V'2 4V> 6'/a 7'/2 9 5 l l i i 39 2 0 o 2 0 l l 0 o o 8 5 0 o i o 2 i o o o 11 Friday's Results Detroit 12, Boston 8, 10 innings New York 9, Baltimore 3 Minnesota 5, Kansas City 3 Cleveland 2, Washington 1 Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1 Today's Games Detroit at Boston Cleveland at Washington Los Angeles at Chicago Minnesota at Kansas City New York at Baltimore, N Sunday's Games Detroit at Boston, 2 Cleveland at Washington, 2 Los Angeles at Chicago, 2 Minnesota at Kansas City, 2 New York at Baltimore Monday's Games New York at Baltimore, N Chicago at Kansas City. N Minnesota at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled Ryan c .. Bennett p Lamabe p Jones ph Radatz p Totals Detroit 005 003 000 4—12 Boston 230 010 200 0— ft E—None. DP—Boston 1. LOB —Detroit 12, Boston 12. 2B—Ka- line, Demeter, Cash, Green, Yastrzemski. 3B—Lumpr. zysd- trzemski. HR—Wood U), Horton 2 (9), Yastrzemski 2 (6), Mantilla (4). SB—Wert. Wood, Conigliaro. S—Lamabe, Conigliaro. H 4 3 3 1 5 2 6 2 5 National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles Cincinnati .. Houston Phila'phia .. San Fran. . Milwaukee . Chicago St. Louis .. New York Pittsburgh 19 16 16 14 14 12 13 12 11 9 9 11 14 13 14 32 14 14 16 19 .679 .593 .533 .519 .500 .500 .481 .462 .407 .321 eager, sters. Jack sank birdie putts on three of his last five holes Friday for a three-under-par 69 on the 7,020-yard Lakewood Country Club layout. Coupled with his course record 65 from the first round, it gave him a 134 going into the final 36 holes. Through his first nine holes — he played the backside first — the birdies were as elusive as they had been easy the previous day. He carded a five-under 31 on the back nine in the opening round, but had to settle for a 36 Friday. After 13 straight pars, his sticks began clicking and on the 530-yard No. 5 hole — Nicklaus' 14th — he wedged to within eight feet of the pin and putted in for his first birdie. After Nicklaus at 136 came Homero Blancas, Bill Martindale, Sam Carmichael and Ray Floyd. armichael shot 67, Floyd 69, Blancas 71 and Martindale 71. Martindale and Gene Littler had tied Nicklaus with 65s in the first round. Littler slipped to a 73 Friday and was with a dozen others — including PGA champion Bobby Nichols — at 138. Arnold Palmer birdied two of his last three holes for a 70 and a 143, just surviving the cut. 4 4J/2 5 5 5>/2 6 7'a gli- McLain Rakow Sherry Fox Bennett Hoffner Lamabe Ritchie Radatz K 5 2 1 0 3 2 3 0 4 ER BB SOi 554' 2 IP 1 2-3 41-3 2 2 2 0 3 1-3 12-3 3 Bennett faced 3 men in 3rd; Heffner faced 2 men in 3rd; Rakow faced i man in 7th. W — Fox (3-0). L — Radatz (2-2). HPB-By Lamabe, Horton. WP —Heffner. Lamabe. PB—Ryan. T—3:25. >A—10,721. 1 0 3 2 3 0 4 3 Friday's Results New York 5, Cincinnati 3 Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 2, Houston l Philadelphia 5, Milwaukee 2 St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 7 Today's Games Cincinnati at New York Chicago at Los Angeles Milwaukee at Philadelphia Houston at San Francisco St. Louis at Pittsburgh Sunday's Games Milwaukee at Philadelphia Cincinnati at New York, 2 St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 2 Chicago at Los Angeles, 2 Houston at San Francisco, 2 Monday's Games Los Angeles at Houston, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Only games scheduled 3 Tech Track Records Set HOUGHTON (AP) - Jason Nyariki of Stevens Point, Wis., won the 440-yard dash in a cloudburst in five tenths of a second off the meet record of the Michigan Tech Invitational Track meet Friday. Nyariki, a native of Kenya, South Africa, did the distance in 51.5 seconds in the 16th annual tournament. Thirty minutes later on a dry track, he set a meet record of 10:06.8 in the two-mile run. The jold record was 10:09.9. It had , stood since 1952. Stevens Point College won the meet with 73 points, beating out runner-up St. Norbert of Wis- his game-winner. by Bob Aspromonte three hits, still needed ninth inning relief help from Ted Abernathy before gaining his fourth victory against two losses. Hart's homer, a leadoff shot in the ninth, broke up a duel between Gaylord Perry and the Astros' Ken Johnson Perry checked Houston on four hits while Johnson kept eight Giants hits scattered until Hart slammed Singles and Eddie Kasko around a walk produced the Houston run in the second inning. The Giants tied it in the sixth when Willie McCovey doubled, moved to third on Willie Mays' bunt single and scored as Hart hit into a double play. Stuart triggered a three-run rally that proved enough for the Phillies, collecting the first hit off Billy O'Dell with a leadoff homer in the ffth inning. Singles by Tony Taylor, Alex Johnson, Gus Triandos and Bobby Wine produced the other two runs. Art Mahaffey won his second without a loss, by holding the Braves to five hits while striking out 10. The Cardinals came from behind to beat the Pirates with two ninth inning runs on a walk to Ken Boyer, Dick Groat's triple and Bill White's third single. The Pirates had taken a 7-6 lead in the sixth inning when Donn Clendenon and Jim Pagli- aron each stroked two-run singles. Clendenon also hit a two-j run homer. I By ORLO ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer BALTIMORE (AP) — The fortunes of horse racing placed husky Les Lear, former professional football player, in a unique position for the 90th run- co today. But for a broken leg suffered by Sadair last winter he. might well have saddled the favorite for the 1 3-16 miles of the second leg of the triple crown for 3- year-olds, which also includes By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Boy, that Willie Davis is fast. So fast, in fact, that he spoiled a sixth inning rally by buzzing past a teammate on the bases and helped the Chicago Cubs hold on to a 2-1 victory over his Los Angeles Dodgers Friday night. The Cubs led 2-0 in the sixth when a couple of errors suddenly brought the Dodgers close. Maury Wills reached base with ning'of Fe'p're'akness at"pirnli- ! one out on a muff by Ernie ! Banks and raced around to third ! on a single by Wes Parker. ! Davis, acknowledged as one of the fastest men in the majors, then lofted a shallow fly to Don Landrum, who dropped the ball. Wills sped home and Davis careened around first s o fast that he dashed right past Parker and into an automatic out. Ron Fairly then ended the threat by grounding out. In other National League action, San Francisco edged Houston 2-1 on Jim Hart's ninth inning homer, Dick Stuart's hom- er.triggered Philadelphia to a 52 victory over Milwaukee, St. Louis outlasted Pittsburgh 8-7 and the New York Mets defeated Cincinnati 5-3. The Cubs scored their first run in the second inning on an error by Dick Tracewski, two wild pitches by Dodger starter John Purdln and Doug Clemens' sacrifice fly. Ron Santo supplied the eventual winning run with his sixth homer, a solo shot in the sixth inning. Bob Buhl, who allowed .only Babe Ruth Teams Pick 20 Players Twenty of participated the 27 in the boys who recent tryouts have been selected to be members of Ironwood Babe Ruth Baseball League teams, Wayne Melchiori, the league's play e r agent, reports. Melchiori said there is a possibility others may be chosen at a later date. Those selected this week and the teams they have been assigned to are: Giants— Bob Richards, Jim Krznarich, John Zambro v i t z , Dean Jokela and John Kevan. Redlegs— Mark Carlson, Tom Spencer, Jerry Brownell, John Manki and Tom Bogan. Athletics — Marko Koslovich, Mike Ludlow, Dick Long, Dave VanLokeren and Jim Strom. Orioles— Mike Weinen, Mark Swanson, Tim Vizanko, Roy Little and Steve Pavlovich. Melchiori said league play will begin during the week of May 24. Practices have been set by the Giants at 4:30 Monday afternoon and the Athletics at 4:30 Tuesday at Monarch Field. Any parents or interested adult who would like to assist in managing a team is asked to call Melchiori at 932-0542. U. S. Davis Cup Team Selected NEW YORK (AP) — It's official now that America's No. Dennis Ralston, l tennis player, won't play against the Canadians in the North American Zone Davis Cup competition in his home town of Bakersfield, Calif., June 4-5-6. The U.S. Lawn Tennis Association Thursday named a four- man team headed by Chuck McKinley of Port Washington. N.Y. The others are Arthur Ashe Jr., the No. 3 from Richmond, Va., and UCLA; Gene Scott, No. 5 from St. James, N.Y., and 10th ranked Marty Riessen of Evanston, ill. Solo homers by Johnny Lewis! Ralston was suspended by and Charlie Smith got the Mets by the Reds. Lewis' homer, off Joey Jay, tied the game 3-3 in the fifth, then Smith put New York ahead to stay With a sixth inning shot off Joe Nuxhall. Al Jackson, rocked for Tom- non-playing captain George MacCall of Los Angeles last month for pulling out of the doubles, after he had been eliminated in singles, at the River Oaks tournament in Houston. Ralston said he withdrew be- consin which scored 50M>, Michigan Tech, the host, had 49. Northern Michigan scored 31, j record to 4-2 with a six-hitter Sault Ste. Marie Tech my Harper's three-run homer in cause he felt he was "over-ten- the third inning, settled down after that and brought h i s nised and wanted to go home." Linebacker Is Named !J«d Wing Goal Judge, 60, Dies in Detroit DETROIT (AP) — John Mil- EAST LANSING (AP) — Charlei Thornnill, a lowly re- •eryc fullback who moved up to a starting linebacker position last /all, Bas been named Michigan State's most valuable performer in football spring drills. TDornhill Is • 5-foot-lo, 202- pound sophomore from Roan- fake, Va. ler, 60, a goal judge at Detroit Red Wings hockey games for 32 years, died Friday after suffering a heart attack. Miller also worked as an usher at Tiger Stadium and was a minor official for the National Basketball i Association. 15Mi, and Northland College and Gogebic Community 3 each. Jim Maki of Sault Tech broke his own 880 record with a time of 2:00.3. The old mark was 2:03.7. John McNally of St. Norbert went 12 feet IV's inches for a pole vault record. He was one inch even above the old mark. The daily tribution at Association tracks in 1964 was average purse dis- New York Racing Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS STOCKHOLM, Sweden—Floyd Patterson, 195, New York, stopped Tod Herring, 210, Hous? ton, Tex., 3, FRANKFURT, Germany — Karl Mlldenberger, 196, West Germany, outpointed Piero To- masonl, 183, Italy, IS. Milclen- berger retained European heavyweight title. ,$67,H9a for Die 234-day .season, j uSK DA1LV GLOBfc WANT-ADS, Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Oklahoma City 14, Arkansas 0 Seattle 7, Spokane 4 Hawaii 8, Portland 7 Vancouver 7, Tacoma 0 San Diego at Denver, ppd., cold Indianapolis at Salt Lake City, ppd., rain International League Toronto 3, Syracuse 2 Rochester 2, Buffalo 1 Columbus 3, Toledo 0 Atlanta 5, Jacksonville 4 the Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes. Instead he sent out Needles Count, the outsider in the nine-horse field, for the 4:46 p.m. EST start. Sadair, world record winning 2-year-old with victories in the Garden last fall, was retired money major State after breaking a bone in his right front leg during a workout in Florida. "It was like losing a member of your family," said the 260- pound Lear, who when some 35 pounds lighter played in the line for Cleveland, Los Angeles and Detroit in the National Football League. "Training two horses like Sa- dair and Needles Count is almost like two different jobs," Lear said today as he prepared to send Needles favorite Lucky Count against Debonair and seven other more highly rated colts. "Sadair was a completely sound horse and you couldn't be tougher in your training. Needles Count ran all last year with one shin buck and since then there has been one little pitfall after another. Sadair had natural ability, this horse has to work for what he gets." Lear has been conditioning horses for some 15 years. With nine starters the gross value of the Preakness will be $180,600 with $128,100 going to the winner, $30,000 to second, $15,000 to third and $7,500 to fourth. The deadline for scratching was 4 p.m. with condition calling for a $1,000 starting fee. With the thermometer hovering near the 85 degree mark, a crowd of 35,000 was expected to pack the ancient racing plant, which was modernized several years ago with the addition of a new clubhouse. Kentucky Derby winner Lucky Debonair, fully recovered from a minor ankle injury that threatened to keep him out of the race, remained the strong favorite to capture the classic. The West Coast horse hopes to become the ninth horse and the first since Citation in 1948 to win the coveted triple crown. Lucky's chief opposition figured to come from little Tom Rolfe, third in the Derby, with the fleet Flag Raiser also presented a major problem. Willie Shoemaker, aboard Lucky Debonair, let Flag Raiser set the pace for one mile of the l'/4 miles of the Derby, then took the lead and held off Dapper Dan's mighty finish for a neck decision. Lucky Debonair's other well regarded rivals' included Dapper Dan, who lost some support with a slow workout this week; Native Chftrger, the big winner in Florida last winter and Hail To All. Swift Ruler, and Selari round out the field. 11 Red Devil s Are Honored Eleven Luther L. Wr i g h t High School athletes have been elected to membership in the National Athletic Scholarship Society. New members are Alan Anderson, Paul Belmas, Jon Currier, Ben Finco, Don Koivisto, Robert Miklesh, Art Fertile, Steve Slining, Larry Trem a i n. Frank Verbos and James Zaw- locki. They were selected by a vote of faculty members. Eligibility in the society is based on above-average scholarship for boys who have won varsity letters on athletic teams and who have exemplified a h i g h type of citizenship and sports- L 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 The Bessemer Slow-Pitch Softball League got off to a fine start Thursday night with a full slate of games being played. Cossi's Bar stepped out on the right foot with a 22-15 victory over Scrooge's Bar which made a valiant comback effort aft e r trailing 17-1. Doug Laamanen was the big stick for the losers with two home runs. The power hitters for Cossi's Bar were Pat Llbertoski, Doug Mazanec and Roger Londo who contributed one home run each. Bill Peterson was the winning pitcher and Carl Erickson s u f- fered the defeat. Cramblit's Bar, the new team in the league, made an impressive debut by knocking off last year's champions, the White Birch Inn, formerly known as Spruce Haven. Cramblit's edged the White Birch by a score of 9-8, led by the hitting of J i m Reed who tallied for a home run, a triple and a double. The White Birch's leading hitter was Bill Toijala, who banged out three j home runs. Osterman got credit for the win and Kivisto took the loss. Anvil Palms Bar was tripped up in the final innings to lose a close contest to Last East Young by a score of 17-15. D. Syreini, G. Milewski and T. Salmi each belted out home runs for the losers and E. Movrich and R. Massi hit homers for the w i n- ners. Evens was the winning pit cher and Evsich took the loss. In the opening night's only extra-inning clash, Fiori's edg e d Last East Old by a score of 7-6 with D. Massi and J. Bennetts leading the Fiori attack wi t h three hits each. The winn i n g pitcher was Korpi and the loser was Rizzle. has rocketed his average from .236 to .304 the past week, clouting five homers and driving in 10 runs in five games. In two of those contests, tht lefty rapped two homers each. Horton has accomplished that feat three times this year, including the past two nights. Elsewhere in the AL Friday night, Cleveland edged Washington 2-1, Chicago nipped Los Angeles 2-1, New York whipped i Baltimore 9-3 and Minnesota beat Kansas City 5-3. Despite all of the slugging by Horton and Yastrzemski. it was a leadoff triple by Jerry Lumpe I and Don Demeter's double in the 10th inning that broke an 88 deadlock. Horton added a run with a single, and Norm Cash finished the winning rally with a two-run double. Victim of the uprising was relief pitcher Dick Radatz, whose earned-run aver age soared to 7.43. Sam McDowell stopped the Senators on five hits while striking out 12. The only run off him came in the third on pitcher Phil Ortega's double and Joe Cunningham's single. Vic Da- valillo homered in the Cleveland fourth while Fred Whitfield doubled in the winning run in the seventh. Ken Berry's fourth - inning homer and Bill Skowron's run- scoring single in the fifth gave the White Sox their victory. Joe Horlen and Eddie Fisher combined for a six-hitter, one of th'e hits being Willie Smith's leadoff triple in the Los Angeles seventh. Smith came home on an infield out. The Yankees erupted for five unearned runs in the ninth inning, clinching their triumph over Baltimore and Robin Roberts. Tom Tresh's two-run homer was the only hit in the rally that was aided by errors by Harvey Haddix and Jack Brandt. Bob Allison's three-run homer handed Minnesota a 3-3 tie in the eighth. Then the Twins went out and beat Kansas City in the ninth on Zoilo Versalles 1 run- producing single and John Wyatt's wild pitch which permitted Jerry Zimmerman to score from third after a double play. Bessemer Loops Slate Tryouts BESSEMER—The Besse m e r Little League will hold tryouts on Monday and Tuesday at t h e Bessemer Little League Fie l d starting at 6 p.m. each night. The Bessemer Babe Ruth League will have tryouts on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Massie Field. All boys between the ages of 13 and 15 but not born before August 31, 1?50, are asked to attend the Babe Ruth tryouts There will also be a work bee at the Little League Field on Wednesday. League spokesm e n state that there is much work to be done to get the field in shape and it is hoped that a la r g e number of parents and any in- Patterson Stops Herring in 3rd STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) — A happy Floyd Patterson prepared today to start a Sween exhibition tour Sunday in the wake of his quick knockout of jTod Herring. ! Patterson, the former world I heavyweight champion from i New York, stopped his un! ranked opponent from Houston in the third round Friday night for his fifth straight victory since he lost the title to Sonny Listen. Referee Teddy Waltham of Great Britain stopped the fight after 40 seconds of the third round. Herring was hanging helpless on the ropes and Waltham said "one more punch from such a hard-hitting fighter as Patterson could have killed him." A capacity 11.000 at the indoor Johanneshov Ice stadium gave an ovation to Patterson who regards Stockholm as his second home. The former champ appeared terested parties will turn out sharper than he did in his pre- for the work bee. | vious outing when he outpointed Applications for umpire and] George Chuvalo, the Canadian caretaker of the Little League and Babe Ruth League are still being taken. Any person wishing to apply for the job is asked to contact William Nyman, 211 Galena St., Bessemer.. champion, in a 12-rounder in New York Feb. 1. After his exhibition tour Patterson plans to attend the Cassius Clay-Liston title bout May 25 in Lewiston, Me. He said that Clay has promised him a title shot if the champion retains the crown against Liston. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, .. Qne tw is clea] , „ BATTING — Carl Yastrzem-j sa id after the bout "Floyd ski, Red Sox, went 5-for-5 in 12-1 could lick Clay any time 8, 10-inning loss to Detroit, sla- - mming two homers, triple, double and single while driving in five runs. PITCHING — Sam McDowell, Indians, hurled a five-hitter and struck out 12 in Cleveland's 2-1 victory over Washington. The loser said he plans to return to Houston as soon as possible. Patterson weighed 195 pounds, Herring 210. For W, WALL TILES BENNETT FLOORS Dependable Quality for Real Economy Aurora Oi. 932-3676 CAR SLUGGISH? LET US LOOK INTO IT! 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