Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 18, 1965 · Page 6
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, May 18, 1965
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SIX IRONWOOD OAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 18, IMS. Tigers Hope to Atone for So-So Jlecord^HDetroit Open Long Home Maine Commission Has to Go Stand Tonight ! To Massachusetts to See c '°y By BERME KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP) — Bursting with pride after a second consecutive successful road trip, the Detroit Tigers open ? lengthy home stand tonight with LEWISTON. Maine (API — You can take the Cassius Clay- scoring system is the I that Massachusetts uses. 1 must same Sonny Liston fight out of Massa-jAnd the promoters are gloating chusetts but you can't take Mas-1 they will make an additional sachusetts out of the heavyweight title rematch. Champion Clay, who intends to train right up to the llth hour at his western Massachusetts camp, has the Maine Boxing- Commission coming to Muhammad — All that is — for a pre- fight physical today at Chicopee. Mass. The referee for the transferred May 25 bout may come open i from Massachusetts. The gloves i mission of one state traveled to definitely will. The 10 - point another to give a pre-fight phys hopes of atoning for a so-so record the last time they were in town. Washington, victims of the Tigers' surge and Willie Horton's thunderous bat in the nation's capital last week, helps the home stay. Hank Aguirre and Phil Ortega are the probable starting pitchers. The Tigers showed a lot of promise in their first series at Tiger Stadium but failed miserably in the end of it and left town with a five-game losing streak. Unhappily for the Tigers, their worst performances of the year came before the second largsst crowd of the young sea-1 Gogebic Country Club here by $180,000 in. closed-circuit television revenue because of Massachusetts. Postponed by Clay's hernia operation last November, the fight had been rescheduled May 25 at Boston Garden until court action threatened a ban. So the backers switched to the Central Maine Youth Center here. Boxing men can't recall when, if ever, members of the com- Vaara's Captures Golf Loop Lead Vaara's team shot into the early lead in the men's Thursday Twi-Lite Golf League at the cal. The group made its deci- i sion Monday so that Clay | wouldn't have to lose a day's j workout by traveling. ! George L. Russo, Maine box- i ing commission chairman, said • the non-voting referee will be ! from out-of-state. though he i hasn't been selected. The three judges have been picked, but the identity of all officials will be withheld until fight time. The S154 gloves specially Torrid White Sox Open 10-Game Lead Over Floundering Yankees son. That happened when they i racking up 36 points in the open- macle to fit Uie hands of the con- lost a doubleheader to Boston after taking the first two games of the series. There have been a few changes since the Tigers last appeared before the home fans.'both sporting 34'l>-point totals. Following ing matches last week. Hjalmquist's team is a close second with 35' '•• points and Ula- sich's and Anderson's teams are knotted in the third spot, with 2!) -.'9 Pitcher Julio Navarro, first Following are the league baseman Bill Roman and catch-! standings after the first week er John Sullivan have depart-1 of play and the pairings for ed. They were optioned to Syr-] Thursday's matches: tcuse when all teams had to \ trim their rosters to 25 men. Joe Sparma has moved up as the No. 5 starting pitcher and Phil Regan has been returned to the bullpen after losing three ;imes as a starter. Willie Horton has emerged the victor in the game of musical :hairs played in left field for the lirst three weeks of the season. Norton won out the only way ,ie knew how—with his bat. Another change soon to be made will be the return of Manager Charlie Dressen to full ;ime duties. Dressen, sidelined ay a minor heart attack during spring training, arrived in Detroit Monday and will act as an observer until he feels he's ready to take command. Bob Swift, who continued his record as a winning interim manager while at the helm, will return to the third base coach- Ing box. The Tigers' home stay will be Interrupted by a two-game series in Chicago next Monday and Tuesday. testants were originally ordered and locked in a safe by the Massachusetts Boxing Commission, and were shipped here recently. The 20-foot-square (inside the ropes) ring is native, being sent to this city of 41,000 from the Brunswick Naval Air Station. if OLD FAITHFUL—Camilo Pascual was the mainstay of the old Washington Senators pitching staff and he has been the prime starter for the Minnesota Twins since the franchise shifted in 1961 He's off to another fine start this season. Taylor Helps Belinsky Record His First Win By DICK COUCH Belinsky, the Phillies' pool- Associated Press Sports Writer j playing southpaw pitcher, Tony Taylor will never win , topped the St. Louis Cardinals 2- the Fireman of the Year Award taut the Philadelphia second 1 Monday night with a full-route STASIIINCS uinsicir.s C. F. Anderson Verlin's Krizmnnieh's Minkiii's Burns Coxcy's Till ItSDAY TAIHINCS Krizmiintcll W. Kersliner Dr. J. Gorrill K. AlacFnrlanc F. Drazknwskl Dr. V. Vclin Ajldrson Moreljind The mandatory eight count on baseman rates the Side Pocket i five-hitter and a couple of vital knockdowns is debatable. Thejp] aC]Ue |, oc i a y f 0r saving Bo Be- eighth-inning assists from Tay""^ linsky's first National League victory. Several Hundred Attend Funeral DETROIT (AP)— Several hundred friends, relatives and fight fans attended the funeral Monday of heavyweight boxer Sonny Banks. Banks, 24, died Thursday after being knocked out May 10 by Leotis Martin in Philadelphia. He never regained consciousness after an operation to remove a blood clot on his brain. The mourners crowded the King Solomon Baptist Church adjacent to the gym where Banks trained for his final bout. Rev. T.S. Boone, the boxer's minister, preached the sermon. State Boxing Commissioner Chuck Davey, a former boxer, Jim Hcv T. Krtzmanich G. Frnneouer C. Al Wriglil lljiilmnulst G. La Blonde M. Figerio TC. Litshcim B. Kovuccvieh O. Ro\ve C. E. Gunderson R. Cigalin Ceo. Albert .... Joe Biirbcrn D. Hjnlmqulsl .... 1'laslch'n S. Davey B. Pnquin E. Newman Dr. R. Perkins ... M. ShawbiU M. Pavlovlch ..... P. Ulasich J. Gorrilla C. Sctterlund Dr. Gertz Vanra B. Vaara I A. Landretti J. Krznnrlch |D. Beneltl Dom Santini I Dr. M. Gingrich Len Biesscll ' G. Sievila B. RodfRhlero i Dick Guth R. Bonne J. Frlck W. Pcllow IF. Barbera F. Duffin i L. Lieberthal O. Sjowall R. Allcndcr -Uom Pitronc j Burns Mlnkln Ahoneu E. Minkin Pertile W. Hcndrickson By Anderson's J. Jacobs A. B. .Munari Dr. S. Albert T. Lilliquist Don Brown | * fi -niprp AI Lord i * b apiece. Fr. Cappo ! .1. Bennetts Anderson | L. Piuili ; Vrrtln ' Tom Llindin Pete Bnrbcra \V. McLean diet Peterson .1. "Elscmore C. Vertin J. W. Huss ,. Pete Kopecko .. A. C. Bennett H. Lutwitzi Coxry's W. Grocr D. E. Feiiiusnn F. Cenisoli P. R. Gunderson J. Revoy . . . D. McDonald C. Coxe.v . Larry Johnson . Rev. HallberR . . . W. Newman llofleichlcro C. E. Carlson • commission hasn't thrashed out that question because Russo : said "we haven't had too many i fights here in recent years." It jhas been used in Maine in the ! past. ; Fred Brooks, head of Sports- i vision handling the closed-cir- i cuit TV, said the transfer of i the fight has opened up the Greater Boston market pre- i viously to be blacked out, and he expects a sale of an addition-, _. ,. _ al 30,000 seats at an average of Tiger Manager Charlie Dressen 0 \ n MII! «n/-l \-\r\ t*r\ 11 K r\\\ rt ii i r o fro v »»O_ Dressen Comes Back to Detroit lor. The little Cuban homered off DETROIT (API Philadelphia nemesis Curt Simmons in the top of the eighth, giving Belinsky a 2-0 margin. Then, with one St. Louis run in and Bo on the ropes in the bottom of the inning, Taylor's perfect relay throw cut down the tying run at the plate. Sandy Koufax, working longer Detroit and harder than Belinsky for his fifth 1965 victory, singled to arrived here Monday after re-1 start a four-run rally in the llth Standings THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W Pet. G.B. L. 22 8 .733 18 11 .621 17 13 .567 16 13 .552 17 15 .531 13 13 .500 13 15 .464 12 18 .400 12 19 .387 7 22 .241 Monday's Results Baltimore 9, New York Chicago 13, Kansas City Chicago Minnesota Baltimore . Detroit Los Angeles Cleveland Boston New York Washington Kansas City 3'ii 5 5'/3 6 7 8 10 10'/iz 14 Va P. Mnlovrh . . K. Llnclbcrg J. Fox Roy Peterson W. Burns Ken Roxve H. Schicber B. Hokkunun B. Downs . . Geo. Lee . . II. Mattscin Chns Rosa RL % V. Nrrcnz Bob Anderson Ted Kilos B. Shouldlce praised Banks. it to boxing in He was a cred- and out of the ring. A little bit of us goes with him," Davey said. Eulalia Barrow, sister of former heavyweight champion Joe Louis, was among the mourners. So were Banks' trainer, Taylor Smith, boxers Henry Hank and Ron Harris and former state boxing Commissioner Frank Cavanaugh. Banks is survived by his parents, Lucien and Lillian Banks, of Tupelo, Miss., three brothers and two sisters. Standard Oil Beats Smeeth's Standard Oil started the sea-1 Cincinnati son off with a 29-12 win over j San F ran. Smeeth's in the season opener i Phila phia of the Ironwood Slow-Pitch Soft-j st - Louis Los Angeles 5, Minnesota 4, 10 innings Only games scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at Los Angeles, N Chicago al Kansas City, N Washington at Detroit, N Baltimore at Cleveland. N Boston at New York, N Wednesday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland, N Washington at Detroit,- N Chicago at Kansas City, N Boston at New York, N Minnesota at Los Angeles, 2 twi-night cuperating in California from a heart attack he suffered during spring training. Dressen said he will be a spectator until May 26. That's the day the Yankees come to town and Dressen said he would then resume his chores at the helm of the Tigers. "I feel good. I've been walking three miles a day," he told newsmen. He had nothing but praise for the team, interim manager Bob Swift, and Coach Frank Skaff. "Bob's done a darn fine job land I really appreciate it," he | said. "And they tell me Skaff i is one of the best third base ! coaches in the business, so I'm | going to leave him right there." And what about Willie Horton, the league's leading hitter "Jiminy! That boy must be really something. And he's going to get even better." National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 22 10 .688 — 17 13 .567 4 17 14 .548 4V2 ball League Monday evening atj Randa Field. Leading hitters for Stand a r d Oil were Al Norman, Bob Olson and Jim Jaresky, each with a home run. Jaresky also had a double and a triple and batted in seven of the winners' runs. Bob Kolesar smashed two home runs for Smeeth's and K. Nordling highlighted the evening for the losers with a grand slam homer. Smeeth's jumped to a 6-3 lead after three innings of play but Standard Oil came back with an eight-run fourth inning to Gayle L. Smith, who will ride 1 take the lead and remain ahead at the Garden State Park meet-i throughout the game. ing in New Jersey this spring, Milwaukee Houston Chicago New York 16 15 13 16 14 13 14 15 13 18 16 17 22 .533 .500 .500 .471 .467 .433 .290 U-D Defeats U-M by 12-10 DETROIT (AP)—Michigan, a Big Ten baseball title contender, went outside the league Monday and absorbed a 12-10 defeat from the University of Detroit. Shortstop Don Deptula, 3-for-5 for the game with four runs batted in, drove in the last two runs in a Detroit four-run rally in the eighth inning. The victory ran Detroit's record to 20-4 for the season. Les Panona, Michigan left-fielder, hit two triples. inning that carried the Los Angeles Dodgers past Houston 5-3 in the only other National League game. "I'll start going now," Belinsky, 1-2, said after completing his first start in six tries. "Sure, I've had trouble in the late innings but you have to be a little lucky when you get past the seventh." Bo was working on a two-hit shutout when the Cardinals came alive with one out in the eighth. Pinch-hitter Phil Gagliano singled, took second on a passed ball and scored on Lou Brock's single. lowed with a Curt Flood double to fol- the 11 has been a jockey for 30 years. He was one of the riders involved in the 1044 triple dead heat In Aqueduct's Carter Handicap. The winning pitcher was Eu-| oni the mound for Smeeth's was "Weeps" Maki. gene Alonen and the loser Pittsburgh Monday's Results Philadelphia 2, St. Louis l Los Angeles 5, Houston 3, innings Only games scheduled Today's Games San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Los Angeles at Houston, N Wednesday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Los Angeles at Houston, N Western Illinois Cops Lead in MAC Meet ! DEKALB. 111. (AP) — Defencl- jing champion Western Illinois i took the lead Monday in the In- j terstate Intercollegiate Athletic | Conference golf championship. After 36 holes of play, Western ' had a team score of 766. Central Michigan was second with 798 followed by Illinois State with 800. right-field corner but Johnny Callison fired to Taylor, whose strike to catcher Gus Triandos nipped the speedy Brock at home. Koufax, who allowed three hits and struck out 13 through the first 10 innings of a 1-1 duel with Houston's Bob Bruce, needed relief help from Bob Miller in the llth after scoring the tie-breaking run in the top ol the inning. The Dodgers' ace singled with one out, moved around on Maury Wills' single and a walk to Wes Parker and scored as Ron Fairly beat out a hit off reliever Hal Woodeshick's leg. When second - baseman Joe Morgan picked up the ball and threw wildly to first, Wills also scored Morgan then uncorked anoth er wild throw on John Rose boro's grounder and two more runs crossed, giving the first place Dodgers their winning margin. By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer A year ago today, the New York Yankees were 10 percentage points behind the Chicago White Sox. Today, the Yankees are 10 games behind. The White Sox are tn the same position they were in 1964 — first place in the American League. But the Yankees are nowhere near the second spot they held down at that time. They are in eighth place. Chicago continued its torrid play by clobbering Kansas City 13-2 Monday night for its eighth consecutive victory. The Yankees, on the other hand, continued along their floundering way, dropping a 9-2 decision to Baltimore. The pitchers for the Yankees and White Sox more or less typified the teams' 1965 fortunes. New York's Whitey Ford lasted only four innings against the Orioles en route to his fourth straight defeat. At this time in 1964, the 36-year-old left-hander lad started eight games, completing five for a 4-1 record and a 1.66 earned-run average. Ford currently has completed only one of eight starts and owns a 2-5 mark with a 6.07 ERA. Gary Peters, however, is slightly ahead of his pace of a year ago after going the dis- ;ance for the first time in seven starts. The victory against the Athletics brought his record to 4-2 and 3.60. In 1964, the 28-year-old southpaw had not completed a game in seven starts while posting a 3-2 mark and a 3.73 ERA. The Yankees wound up winning their fifth straight pennant last season, and it certainly is too early to say they won't make it a sixth time this year. Ten percentage points, though, can be wiped out in one night. It takes a little longer to erase 10 games. In the only other AL game Monday night, Los Angeles edged Minnesota 5-4 in 10 innings. Peters scattered eight hits in handing the Athletics their first loss after two triumphs under their new manager, Haywood Sullivan. Floyd Robinson, Pete Ward and Ken Berry led the White Sox 16-hit attack, each slamming a home run. Robinson and Berry also singled in a run apiece in the six-run seventh inning while Bill Skowron knocked in a pair with a single. Milt Pappas limited the Yan kees to five hits, one of them Joe Pepitone's two-run single in the first inning. Bob Johnson rapped four Baltimore hits, driving in two runs, while John Orsino and Jack Brandt each collected three hits. Orsino batted in three runs, his two-run single in the fifth knocking Ford out of the game. The Angels edged Minnesota in the 10th inning when Albie Pearson led off with a double against Johny Klippstein, advanced to third on a sacrifice and scooted home as Bob Rod gers blooped a single to center field off Mel Nelson. Los Angeles had taken a 4-! lead in the eighth on Vic Pow er's two-run single, but pinch hitter Don Mincher of the Twins started the ninth with a home run off Bob Lee. Establishment of Trout Lake In Southern Michigan Planned By BOB VOCES AP Outdoor Writer LANSING (AP) — The trout would be taken to where the fishermen are under a new plan being worked out by the Conservation Department. For years, Michigan trout fishermen have headed north to catch their favorite fish. The new plan would establish a year-around deep trout lake in southern Michigan, where most of the license-buyers are located. The lake is seen as a main Hunt Puts Some Blame on Foe NEW YORK (API Ron Fighting Harada Wins NAGOYA, Japan (AP) — Ja pah's Masahiko (Fighting) Ha rada tonight won the world ban bantamweight boxing title from Eder Jofre of Brazil in a 15 round split decision. Jofre weighed 118 pounds, the exact limit, and Harada 117%. College Scoreboard Jack Kaiser is in his 10th season as St. John's (Long Island)!By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS baseball coach. His teams be-; Baseball gan the current season with 230! victories against 57 defeats. ,'S LARGEST SLUING CIGAR NEW! CAR SPRINGS All cars. New, from Floor Shift Conversion Kill 12.95 $16.95 AUTOMOTIVE ON-THE-CORNER Mansfield end Ayer Sts. Dial 932-0900 Michigan State 8, Notre Dame 6 Detroit 12, Michigan 10 NAIA District 23 Kasehall Tournament First round Spring Arbor 13, Ferris St. 1 Hillsdale 4, Central Mich. 0 Championship round Spring Arbor 6, Hillsdale 4 Consolation round Central Mich. 12, Ferris St. 0 Golf Michigan 530, Michigan State 557 (team match) Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Jacksonville 7, Columbus 4 Atlanta 3, Toledo 2, 10 innings Syracuse at Buffalo, cold Only games scheduled Pacific Coast League Portland 6, San Diego 4 Vancouver 1, Tacoma 0, 10 innings, completion of Sunday's suspended game Vancouver 5, Tacoma 2 Hawaii 5, Indianapolis 1 Only games scheduled USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Of all the Kentucky Derby winners, Carry Back had the best record for money won as a 2-year-old. Carry Back, Derby winner in 1961. earned $286,299 as a 2 year-old. ATTENTION Users of rubber and plastic covered HOSE New Ends Installed in minutes . . . for Hydraulic, Gas, Water, Air and Grease Hoses — with Hydra-Lock Coupling Machine. PLUTCHAK BROS, Box 51 Mass, Michigan BASEBALL EQUIPMENT SPECIALS! Men's Baseball SHOES 5 75 & 7,95 PRICED FROM LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL SHOES 4 50 BASEBALL CAPS . . 1&1 50 FISHERMEN'S SPECIAL! MEN'S FISHING BOOTS >AU Band 12 95 The ABELMAN Co. S. Sophie St . •Mf«mtr Phon« 443-4411 Hunt doesn't exactly say so, but the New York Mets' hard luck second baseman feels Phil Gagliano of St. Louis should shoulder the blame for a baseline collision that has shelved Hunt for most — if not all — of the 1965 baseball season. "I guess it was unintentional," Hunt said at a bedside news conference at Roosevelt Hospital Monday. "But I don't understand how he (Gagliano) could say he didn't see me." The St. Louis base runner belted Hunt while Ron was at- attraction of a 3,400-acre public recreation area to be established three miles southwest of Ionia. This would be within handy driving distance for anglers from Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Battle Creek and Ionia. Sessions Creek, a clear, free- flowing stream would be impounded to create a 80-100 acre lake. Rainbow trout will be planted in the lake. Two alternate plans have been proposed for their management* One calls for fall stocking of fingerling trout and management of the lake like any other trout lake. This is not expected to attract too much fishing use, however. Roger Wicklund. of the de- ipartment's Fish Division, favor* i instead a fee management plan. | This would call for an original stocking of fingerlings and'fol- lowup plantings as fishing pressure warrants. The plantings would include trout from legal size and up to 10 inches. Fishermen would be charged $1 a day for their sport. Wicklund estimated this should produce about $40,000 a year. All the money would be used to pay for new restockings and guarantee quality fishing. The rainbows would not reproduce naturally in the lake so the planting would have to be a continuous process. Under the fee plan, there - , ... . - . . tempting to field a ground ba ii would be no maximum size but 1 in the fifth inning of a game I here last Tuesday. The All-star second baseman suffered a severe shoulder separation and underwent surgery the next day. He will be out for at least three months—possibly for the year. Gagliano continued to insist he was blameless. The young Cardinal infielder, who was ruled out for interference on the bases-loaded play, said in St. Louis Monday: "It was entirely unintentional. was just trying to beat the play and I thought I could. I didn't see him until he hit me." Hunt disagreed. "My play was to go get the ball," he said. "He knows the rule. It was his job to stop and avoid hitting me. 'I had to get in front of him and get the ball. If I didn't charge the ball, if I'd waited for him to pass in front of me, I wouldn't have had a play anywhere, at second, at home or even at first." Hunt denied inferences by the Cardinals that he deliberately had blocked Gagliano's path in an effort to draw an interference call and prevent a run from scoring. "If I wanted to hit him," Huni; said, "I wouldn't have left myself exposed for a hard rap like that. I was wide open, not even braced, so how could I be at fault?" The 23-year-old Met mainstay, who led the club with a .303 batting average in 1964, showed a pile of correspondence he had received from well-wishers. Among the telegrams was one from Gagliano which read: "Hoping you're feeling better. Incident purely unintentional."! a catch limit of five a day. The lake would be open the around for trout fishing. year- Spartans Beat Notre Dame '9' SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — John Biedenbach rapped out five hits and five Michigan State pitchers helped the Spartans score an 8-6 baseball victory over Notre Dame Tuesday. Michigan State now has a 26-8 record and Notre Dame is 1515. Mich State 003 140.000—8 9 S Notre Dame 120 000 003—6.8 3 Kenney, Holmes (3), Devereux (6), Walcott (8), Collins (9) and Kilbourn, Steckley (6), Lytle (9); McGinn, Kennedy (5), Bentley (7) and Harsha. Jerry Thompson, 22-year-ol d catcher and captain on Wyoming's baseball team, batted .316 last season. He's from Denver. TRANSISTORIZED IGNITION SYSTEMS nationally advertised brands complete at just 4995 AUTOMOTIVE ON-THE-CORNER Cor. Ayer 8c Mansfield Di. 932-0900 Shouldn't You RE-ROOF? W« hav* th« renowned BIRD ROOFING We stock shingle and roll roofing in a variety of colors and styles. See us about an estimate soon! Still Plenty of Terrific Buys in Our BARGAIN SHED DIAL 561-3660 2ND AVE. N. HURLEY You'rt RIGHT whtn you .buy at the ... LUMBER Co V

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