Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 15, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 15, 1965
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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 196.5. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN NINff Athletics Win 2 League Games The Athletics scored a pair of victories in this week's Ir o n- \vood Babe Rulh League action, j Tuesday, al Monarch Field, the A's caine from behind to blast, the Redlcgs by the score of 11-8. Trailing 4-3 at the end of the fifth inning, the winners unleashed their batting power and added two runs in the fifth and six runs In the sixth to score the triu mpi:. Leading hitters lor the A's were Miklesh with a pair of hits and McRae and Cisewski with three hits each, one of which was a double for each man. The leading hitter for the Red- legs was Jackson with three singles. ClsewfKi was on the mou n d for the Athletics and allowed eight runs on six hits, and walked five while Kanipes was the loser, giving up 11 runs on 13 hitr In Wednesday night's game the A's downed the Orioles 4-1 in a battle of the pitchers. On the mound for the A's was Sanders who gave up one run on a mere two hits. Mikl e s h and Cisewski worked behind the plate for the winners. Kolesar was the Isoing pitcher and he gave up four runs on six hits. Cisewski and MaCrae both hit doubles for the winners. The Athletics finished the campaign with a season record of 10 wins and three losses. They won their last five games in a row. The squad's leading pitchers were McRae with four wins, Cisewski with three, Shea with two and Sanders with one. Standings By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L, Pet. G.B. Cincinnnti 49 36 .576 — Los Angeles 51 38 .573 — San Francisco 45 38 .542 Philadelphia 45 39 .536 Milwaukee .42 40 .512 Pittsburgh .. 44 43 .506 St. Louis 41 45 .477 . 41 46 .471 . 39 45 Chicago Houston New York 3 3«/2 5Va 6 8'/2 9 .464 29 56 .341 20 Carlson's Tops Standard Oil In the Ironwood Slow-p itch Softball League action Wednesday evening, Carlson's trounced Standard Oil 16-4. Peterson hurled the distance for Carlson's, allowing only two runs in the seventh and ninth innings. The runs scored by Standard Oil were made by Hal- vorsor. slamming a homer with one man on in the seventh, and B. Olsor belting a homer with one man on In the ninth inning Alonen was the losing pitcher with Miller behind the plate. For Carlson's, Levra slammed two nomers ancl Kutz and Aljala belted a round-tripper each. Wednesday's Results Chics go 5-3, Milwaukee 2-fi Only games scheduled Today's Games Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, N New York at St. Louis, N Philadelphia at Cincinnati, N Chicago at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Pittsburgh at. Milwaukee, N New York at St. Louis, N Philadelphia at Cincinnati, N Chicago at Los Angeles, N Houston at San Francisco, N American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota .. 53 29 .646 — Baltimore . 49 35 .583 5 Cleveland .. 48 35 .578 5"/2 Chicago .47 35 .573 6 Detroit 46 36 .561 7 Los Angeles . 41 44 .482 New York ... 41 46 .471 Washington 36 50 .419 19 Boston . . 31 51 .378 22 Kansas City . 23 54 .299 27% Wednesday's Result Chicago 12, Cleveland 10. 12 innings Only game scheduled Today's Games Boston at Cleveland, N Washington at New York, N Baltimore at Detroit, N Los Angeles at Chicago, N Kansap City at Minnesota, 2. twi-nigtit Friday's Games Boston at Cleveland, N Washington at New York, N Baltimore at Detroit, N Los Angeles at Chicago, N Kansas City at Minnesota, N ^Reasonable Rates *Expert Work MICHAELS' LINENS-GIFTS-JEWELRY 114 S. Suffolk—Phone 932-1112 Your S & H Green Stamp Redemption Center Clarke Sets 2 More Records OSLO (AP> — Ron Clarke's brother had a unique birthday gift today after the Australian track star smashed two more world records in the opening day of a two-day international meet here. Clarke became the first runner to crack the 28-minute barrier for 10,000 meters Wednesday and wiped out pending world marks for that distance — about 6'/2 miles — and six miles in a fantastic race. The Aussie star clocked an amazing 26:47 for six miles and 27:39.4 for the 10,000 over the fast B'slot Stadium track. That knocked a whopping 24.6 seconds off the pending mark for six miles and 34.6 seconds off the pending time for 10,000. "I told you beforehand that I would set a new world record didn't I?" Clarke said to newsmen after the spectacular race. He called the two records "a birthday present for my football playing brother Jack, who is in Melbourne." Clarke, who only last week had cracked the 13-minute barrier for three miles with a 12:52.4, raced against Jim Hogan of Ireland and Claus Boersen of Denmark but it was the Aussie's show all the way. Campbell Leads Canadian Open TORONTO (AP) - Maybe Joe Campbell, a 29-year-old cigar smoking pro from Perdldo Bay, Fla., has found the formula to change his golf luck, It, is to arrive at midnight and go out in the morning to play an unknown course with the aid of caddy and notes from a friend. The method worked Wednesday as Campbell, who hasn't won a PGA tourney since 1962. j fashioned a four-under-par 661 for the first round lead in the' $100,000 Canadian Open Golf | Championship. He went through six cigars and just 29 putts on ! his way to a 34 on the front nine and a 32 coming back on the par j 35-35 6,828-yard Mississaugua j Club course. ' Campbell said the turning point in his round was the 12- foot birdie he sank on the llth green. He finished one stroke ahead of Mason Rudolph of Clarkesville, Tenn., who missed a tie by taking a bogey on the last hole for his 67. Golfdom's big names were strung out behind Campbell in a field of 144 that will be cut to the low 70 and ties today for the final two rounds in the 72-hole tourney that ends Saturday. Jack Nicklaus, the Masters champ from Columbus, Ohio, had a 69 along with Kel Nagle the defending champion from Australia. Arnold Palmer of Latrobo. Pa., and Tony Lema of San Leandro, Calif., each shot a par 70 while Gary Player of South Africa, who won the U.S. Open in June, took a four-over- par 74. Most of the field got at least one practice round in before the open began, but Campbell hadn't even seen the course before Wednesday. He arrived in Toronto nine hours before he teed off and borrowed notes on the course from fellow golfer Sonny Methvin of Baton Rouge, La., who shot a 74. half as wide as the ordinary round log used by the American's for trick ancl fancy compe-i tltion and it will be an extra-! ordinary display of precis i o n I Ashland Grid Resigns ASHLAND — Mike Strebel has from his position as act on a squared timber. The tnree log rollers com i n g from Japan will be accompanied by state department off!-! dockers lost seven games and tied one. In 1963 the Oredockers won four games and lost four ancl last fajl they had a record of three wins ancl five defeats. The Board of ing job at Pehstigo, the corning school year. Strebel coached the Oredock- All-Stars Open Training Today CHICAGO (AP) — A squad of 49 College All-Stars opened camp today in preparation for ciation numbering 10 In all who will be flying into Hayward the i week 01 the Lumberjack World j Champ'onshlps for advance | practice before the three days of i matches The competition will | begin at 2 p.m. each day. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT ADS graduating f r o m Northern Michigan University at Marquette. He Is a native of Green Bay. During his three years at the helm the Oredockers won seven games, lost 16 and tied one. Ashland failed to win a game in his first year as the Ore- State Golfer Loses In Publinx Tourney PITTSBURGH (AP) — Mike Andonlan of Pontlac was the of 10 Michigan men to be eliminated in preliminary play of tlr National Public Links 'Golf Tournament. He was de- (feated Wednesday in the first j round cf match play by Joseph Pugh of Baltimore, 5 and 4. I lected by Head Coach Otto Grai ham, who takes on his eighth j assignment in the summer football classic's 32-year history. Two of the 51 could not take part in the game. Carl stichwcr, ' of West Point had previously „ , ., „ i arranged for Army duty, anr. j their Aug. 6 football game, Remj F rudhomme of Louisiana ! against the National Football: state underwent surgery for ar j League champion Cleveland ankle Injury. Brown.* The collegians will live In a downtown Evanston hotel and work out daily on the North-1 player before he bent Kel j western University practice | ie in a playoff for the National field, also in the Chicago sub-1 Open golf title. He was referring "This is the finest, tiling the USGA has ever clone," said Gary urb. The bered squad originally num- 51 college players, se- to the shift from 3f. holes the final day to four clnyj of 18 holea each. 3 Japs Enter Log Rolling Tourney HAYWARD, Wis.—The timber industry of Japan has announced it is sending Japan's three best log rollers to the Lumberj a c k World Championships bei n g held in Hayward on July 30, 31 and Aug. 1. This is the first time Japan has entered International Log rolling competition. Their interest in the sport was discovered by world log rolling Champion Jubiel Wickheim of Sooke, B. C Canada when he visited Japan during an Internation a 1 Trade Convention this spring, Wickheim reported: "There are over 150-top flight log rollers in Japan. It looks like birling is bigger in their country than it is over here. It's going to make the action in Hayward twice as fast this year with Cakaiki Nakajima coming to the contest. He's Japan's national men's champion and he's got the fastest legs I've ever seen." Japan's trick and fancy champions Hitoshi Adochi and Tfuto- fa Itok will introduce a new stunt at the Hayward championships They will perform on a foot square log 24 feet long. This is nearly twice as long and only FOR HIAWATHA DAYS! TABLE & LAMP SPECIAL! * Step Tables, Lamp Tables Coffee Tables *Lamps . . . One & Two of a Kind, Floor samples . . . All new, Top quality! 30% to 50% OFF! KETOLA'S *FREE DELIVERY *EASY TERMS DIAL 932-1132 SPARE RIBS Lean, meaty, luscious. Broil them on your charcoal grill; bake them or or use them with sauerkraut! They're delicious! Swift's Premium LARGE BOLOGNA... 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