Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 17, 1965 · Page 9
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MONDAY, MAY!7,1963. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN Aloys Climaxes Prolific Day by Racing in With Winning Run By MURRAY CRASS Associated Press Sports Writer Give Willie Mays five feet, and he'll take 90. Mays, on another one of his early season streaks, scooted home on a not-too-wild pitch with the winning run in San Francisco's 4-8 victory over Houston in the second game of a doubleheader Sunday. Mays also starred in the opener, cracking his 13th home run as the Giants won 10-5. The 34-year-old Giant whiz reached first base in the sixth Inning of the nightcap when first-baseman Jim Beachamp dropped Joe Morgan's throw. He stole second, then moved to third on a ground out. With Tom Haller at bat, Houston's Jim Owens uncorked a pitch that wound up five feet In front of the plate. Mays, spotting the ball 85 feet away, won the race home—and the game. that dashing play climaxed a prolific day for Mays, who rapped five hits in seven at- bats, scored four runs and drove In two. The performance pushed the center fielder's major league- leading average to .408 and continued to duplicate his streak early last year. In other National League e a m es, Milwaukee trimmed Philadelphia 8-6 In 10 innings, New York swept Cincinnati 6-2 and 8-5, St. Louis rolled over Pittsburgh 6-3 and 5-1 and Los Angeles edged Chicago 3-2 after losing 5-3 in 10 innings. Mays doubled in one run and scored another in the fourth Inning of the second game. The Astros made it close on Jim Wynn's seventh-inning homer and Joe Morgan's two- run single in the eighth. Juan Marichal brought his record to 6-3 in the opener behind homers by Willie McCovey, Mays, Jim Hart and Haller. Houston's Dave Glusti was battered for seven singles in 1 1-3 innings as he lost his first game after winning six. Milwaukee rallied for three runs in the 10th inning, the first two on Gene Oliver's bases- loaded double, for its triumph over the Phillies. Bobby Wine helped the Braves by throwing high on Ed Mathews' leadoff grounder. It was Philadelphia's 42nd error in 29 games. The Mets moved 4Vfe games away from last-place Pittsburgh by defeating the Reds twice. Jack Fisher won his third straight game in the opener behind home runs by Johnny Lewis, Charlie Smith and Roy McMillan. Smith and Ron Swoboda connected in the second game, helping Warren Spahn even his record at 3.3. St. Louis' Bob Gibson became the wlnningest pitcher in the majors, scattering 10 hits for his seventh victory against no defeats. Gibson also homered In the ninth inning of the first game. The Pirates dropped their 20th game in the last 24 in the second game as Ray Washburn and Bob Purkey combined for a six- hitter. The Cardinals put the game away with three runs in the eighth, Ken Boyer and Bill White each driving in one. Billy Williams snapped a 1-1 tie with a run-scoring single In the loth inning, and the Cubs scored three more times, offsetting Wes Parker's two-run double in the Dodgers' half of the inning. Ron Santo, Ernie Banks and Dick Bertell singled in the other Cub runs in the 10th. Parker won the nightcap for Los Angeles, driving in pitcher Don Drysdale with a ninth-inning single. Drysdale, who doubled with two out in the inning, had a three-hitter until the top of the ninth when Chicago tied it 2-2 on Don Landrum's single and Williams' bad-hop double. SPECIALS for TUESDAY ft WEDNESDAY FINER ffllRUIRY FOOD S VINE RIPENED TOMATOES 29 Ib Largo California NAVEL ORANGES ooz. 49c Firm, yollow BANANAS lOc ib. Hurley Defeats DePadua by J- The Hurley High School baseball Midgets scored a 7-3 win over DePadua High School in a game played on DePadua's home diamond at Ashland, last Thursday. DePadua jumped to a fi r s t inning lead of 1-0 and expanded the margin to 2-0 in the last half of the fourth inning. The Midgets then started a rally in their half of the fifth inning and took a 4-2 advantage. Hurley continued its barrage in the final inning and the De- Pauda squad found itself trailing 7-2 entering the last half of the seventh inning. One DePadua player cross e d home plate before the Midg e t s could retire the last man and the final score stood at 7-3. McAullife started the pitching duties for the losers and went the route, issuing five bases on balls, giving up seven runs, and 11 hits and striking out three. Kostac pitched three innin g s for the Midgets and gave up one run and four hits. Markow ski took over the mound duties for the winners and, in three innings gave up one run and three hits and struck out one. Stone worked the final inning for the Hurley squad, giving up t h r e e bases on balls and one run and fanning two. Hurley AD R Gilbertson 4 2 3 Secor Bugni Slcchlo Kostac Gehrke D. Gulan J. Gulan Stone Markowski 2 Zcll 1 1 Massoglia 3 1 Wicklund 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 DePadaa R. Kuzzy Rousseau 2 Sledlecki J. Kuzzy Lund 0 Gehrmarm Word ward McAullife Boyle Kucinskl ABR R 5 D 0 411 303 ail 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 4 410 1 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 27 7 11 Totals 32 3 7 Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARACAIBO, Venezuela — Carlos Hernandez, l34Ms, Venezuela, stopped Mario Bossito, 137V2, Colombia, 4. Hernandez retains world junior welterweight title. Tom Rolfe Nips Dapper Dan to Win Preakness By ORLO ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer BALTIMORE (AP) - Injuries, which have plagued thoroughbred racing's 3-year-old division all year, struck again In the Preakness as Tom Rolfe won the $180,600 race Saturday with a neck decision over Dapper Dan. Lucky Debonair, a fading seventh in the 1 3-16-mile race after winning the Kentucky Derby, and Native Charger, fourth in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, went on the hospital list for indefinite periods with leg injuries. * * * And even Tom Rolfe didn't escape unscratched as he survived a claim of foul while throwing back Dapper Dan's bid in the duel between two sons of the unbeaten Italian sire — Ribot. Tom Rolfe, owned by Ray mond Quest, the U.S. ambassador to Ireland, threw his left front shoe and returned to the winner's circle with his front heels run down and some hair brushed off the ankle. Trainer Frank Whiteley said Sunday there was not much soreness in the heel. He will point Tom Rolfe for the 1%-mile Belmont stakes June 5, in which he will again hook up with the stretch - running Dapper Dan from Ogden Fhipps' stable. He will be kept in training at Delaware Park. Lucky Debonair, never farther back than fourth as Flag Raiser led the field of nine through a swift six furlongs and a 1:37 mile, suffered bucked shins in his two front legs, with the worse soreness in the left one. * * * Trainer Frank Catrone said Lucky Debonair would be out of action for at least two months Native Charger, winner of the Flamingo and Florida Derby for 83-year-old Albert Warner, bowed a tendon in his right foreleg. Trainer Ray Metcalf was not available as the horse vanned to Garden State Park in New Jersey. With Hail to All, third in the Preakness, scheduled to start In the $100,000-added Jersey Derby, the Belmont stakes could well develop Into a two-horse race. After Dapper Dan's stretch runs Just missed in both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness there are many who believe the longer distance of the Belmont will be down his alley. ROUND STEAK Boneless, 0— Super Right Ib. 07 C CUBE STEAKS Super oo Right Ib. 07C Fresh, Long Green CUCUMBERS each 1 Q c Bigs&swmmwgm Potato Chips Hi-C Drinks Creamette Puff Facial Charmin Swiss Cheese Licensed FOOD STAMP STORE Parker Save lOe •*• 59 Five Varieties Noodles 3 Varieties 1 9t., 14-Os. Cans Lb. Pkg. TftSM For 3 25 2-49' 2« 89' 69 MRd Mb. Domestic Pkg. uper Markets ERICA'S DEPENDABLE FOOD MERCHANT SINCE 1Q '* ; All Price* Effective Thru May 19th 16 15 13 13 13 15 12 17 12 19 .552 .516 6 .500 6 .464 7 .414 9 .387 10 .250 13V& Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B Chicago ... 21 8 .724 Minnesota . 18 10 .643 Baltimore . 16 13 .552 Detroit .•.,. 16 13 Los Angeles Cleveland . Boston New York Washington Kansas City 7 21 Saturday's Results Minnesota 2, Kansas City 0 Chicago 8, Los Angeles 3 Washington 9, Cleveland 7 Detroit 6, Boston 2 New York 3, Baltimore 2 Sunday's Results Baltimore 7, New York 5 Chicago 6-5, Los Angeles 2-4 Washington 8-3, Cleveland 7,7 1st game, 11 innings Boston 5-4, Detroit 0-3 Kansas City 7-4, Minnesota 4-2 Today's Games New York at Baltimore, N Chicago at Kansas City, N Minnesota at'Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Minnesota at Los Angeles, N Chicago at Kansas City, N Washington at Detroit, N Baltimore at Cleveland, N Boston at New York, N Los Angeles Cincinnati San Fran. .. Phila'phia .. St. Louis ... Milwaukee . Houston .... Chicago .... New York .. Pittsburgh . Saturday's Results Cincinnati 12, New York 7 Los Angeles 3, Chicago l Philadelphia 6, Milwaukee 4 San Francisco 8. Houston 2 St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 1 Sunday's Results Milwaukee 8. Philadelphia 6, 10 innings New York W. Cincinnati 2-8 Chicago 5-2, Los Angeles 1-3, 1st game, 10 Innings Ban Fran. 104, Houston 5-3 St. Louis W, Pittsburgh 3-1 Today's Games Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Los Angeles at Houston, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Ban Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Los Angeles at Houston, N D.Mayer Wins At New Orleans By KELSO STURGEON NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Dick Mayer, who dropped out of sight lust months after he became king of golf in 1957, will tell you ihat it's sometimes a little heartbreaking for a former champion to attempt a comeback. But the 42-year-old Mayer, who came from the same era of golf that produced such greats as Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson, struck a blow for old age] and sentiment Sunday when he} chipped in from at least 90 feet j out on the 18th hole to win thej $100,000 New Orleans Open. He shot a 68 in the final round for a 273 total. Bruce Devlin and Billy Mar- tlndale finished in a tie for second with 274s and pocketed $9,400 each. Both finished with 70s. Jack Nicklaus, the favorite here, finished Sunday's round with a 69 for a 72-hole total of 275. This left him tied with Jack Cupit and George Knudson for fourth place, which was worth $4,500 to each. Arnold Palmer was well down' the list, with a 284 total worth $258. Mayer, a native of New England who now makes his home at Palm Desert, Calif., was at his prime in 1957. He won the U.S. Open, the $100,000 World Championship of Golf, was named Golfer of the Year and led the nation's money winners with $65,835. Then, beset by personal problems, Mayer made the short trip to oblivion. By 1960 his name was forgotten. Mayer played a tournament now and then just to maintain contact with the game, but made his living as a stockbroker, selling insurance, working at his father's automobile agency and ranching. "I just don't know whether I wanted to go in in 1957," he wanted to play. I guess you can said. "I had lost all my confidence and really didn't think Just say I gave up." The New Orleans Open was Mayer's sixth tournament of the year and the only one in which he finished high enough in the standings to make expenses. First prize was worth $20,000. Spartans Beat Notre Dame in Track Meet EAST LANSING (AP)—Michigan State took 11 of 15 first places In defeating Notre Dame 08-43 in a dual track meet Saturday. Sophomore Mike Bowers, set a field and varsity record for the Spartans when he high- 1 jumped « feet 7V4 inches. Pat Conrot set an 880-yard run mark of 1:51.3 lor the Irish end .teammate BUI Ctark two-Mile in &M.I for Ihflfl record. US* DAILY OUJBB WANT-AM NMU Rookies Upset Vets in Grid Game MARQUETTE (AP) — Northern Michigan rookies upset the veterans 12-8 in Saturday's an- naul spring Intra-squad football game. 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