Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 19, 1965 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, If63. Dressen Is Not Too Pleased With Tigers' Performance Fisher Helps Chisox Extend Winning Streak to 9 Games Detroit Absorbs 15-9 Trouncing From Senators By BERNIE KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP) — Charlie Dressen wasn't too pleased with \ helped" the" Chicago" White" Sox what he saw in his first game! extend their winning streak to By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Eddie Fisher is saving everything these days except Hoyt Wilhelm's job. Fisher, quickly becoming one of the American League's best relief appeared in an- c Tuesday nlgnt and in Tiger Stadium Tuesday night Dressen won't take over as manager of the Detroit Tigers until sometime next week. Bul| it was apparent he was thinking j about some of the moves he'll! make when he returns. j "They got eight runs off ourj relief pitchers, didn't they"? Dressen observed in a brief visit to the clubhouse after the i Tigers dropped a 15-9 verdict to Washington. nine with a 5-4 triumph over Kansas City. Clay, Liston Fit For Title Bout LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — The doctors say heavyweight Hank' Aguirre was the victim | champion Cassius Clay is fit of the Senators' uprising and suffered his first loss in five decisions. "Bill Freenan said Hank had more on the ball than at any time this season," acting manager Bob Swift said. "I kept him in there in the fifth (when Washington scored seven runs) because I thought he could get Frank Howard out with his screwball. 'He struck him out on the and ready for his May 25 title fight with Sonny Liston. The challenger relied on deeds to show he is ready to win back the crown he lost last year. A Maine Boxing Commission doctor went to Chicopee, Mass., Tuesday to give Clay his pre- fight physical. Dr. Lee Lemieux of West-brook, made the out-of- state trip so as not to interrupt | Clay's training routine in the final week. . pitch last week and threw it to ! Dr - Lemieux pronounced Clay in A-l condition and prepared the same spot tonight. So what happens? Howard hits it into the seats (for a grand slam homer)." to fight Liston on May 25 in Maine." Clay was weighed at 211 and What Dressen can do to bol- i promptly said he would remain ster the Detroit pitching staff there for . the bout - Tne champi- , ,. , , /MinvaV/llOflrtOM/-!/-!-!^* r«^-n-vtrt v*r\n ft is a big question. Aguirre and Mickey Lolich have accounted for nine of the Tigers' 16 victories and reliefers Larry Sherry and Terry Fox have picked up five more. The three righthanded starters—Dave Wickersham, Denny McLan and more recently Joe Sparma—have the other two. Aguirre might have survived the fifth inning witli a 3-3 tie if Jim Northrup had not corn- on exercised and did some road work but he didn't spar Tuesday. Liston sparred six rounds with three partners at Poland Spring, putting on an impressive show for a standing-room crowd that included three former champions — Joe Louis, Jim Braddock and Jersey Joe Walcott. Ridzik p Totals 1 42 DETROIT mitted an error. With runners on first and sec-1 M'A'liffe ss 5 ond, Northrup charged K e n! Lumpe 2b ..... 3 000 15 17 15 AB R II BI McMullen's sinking liner only to have it bounce off his glove. He had a chance to force the runner at second, but overran the ball and couldn't get it into the infield in time. "He should have had the ball," Swift explained. "He was looking at the runner instead of the ball in the first place, then Cash Ib Kaline rf 4 Horton If 4 Northrup cf 4 Freehan c Wert 3b .. Aguirre p . Oyler ph .. Wood ph .. Thomas ph kept looking at the runner and! Totals reaching blindly to find the ball j Washington when he missed it." g "That's no time to take your eye off the ball," Swift concluded. . 4 . 4 . l . 1 . l . l 36 2 0 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 3 1 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 Howard followed with h i s homer on a two strike pitch and Willie Kirkand greeted reliefer Phil Regan with a two-run shot after Aguirre had walked Woodie Held. Al Kaline cracked a solo homer for the Tigers in the third and Dick McAuliffe lofted a three-run shot in the seventh. Held homered for the Senators in the eighth just a minute before the game was halted for 35 minutes because of rain. Willie Horton, the league's leading hitter, had a pair of hits, including a triple to center in the eighth which chased home the Tigers' final two runs. WASHINGTON AB R H BI Cuningham Ib — 4 3 3 0 Hamlin 2b 3 l 2 2 Blas'ame 2b 3 0 0 0 M'Mull'n 3b 4222 Howard If 6 2 2 4 King rf 0 0 0 0 Held cf 2 3 2 1 Lock cf 2 0 0 0 Kirkl'nd rf 3224 Camilli C 5 0 2 2 Br'kman ss 5 0 0 o Ortega p ....4 2 2 0 002 074 011—15 012 000 330— 9 E -• Camilli, Cash. DP— Detroit 2. LOB—Washington 7, Detroit 4. 2B—Hamlin, Camilli. 3b —Camilli, McAuliffe, Horton. HR—Howard (5), Kirkland (3), Held (6), Kaline (8), McAuliffe (4). SB—Horton. SF— McMullen, Lumpe. IP .7 2 1 2 Gladding 2 W—Ortega Ortega Ridzik Regan Rakow H R ERBBSO 9 1 1 3 3 (4-4). 9 0 1 4 2 2 0 0 3 0 L—Aguirre (4-1). Aguirre faced 6 men in 5th. Ortega faced 3 men in 8th. HBP — By Ridzik (Lumpe). WP—Ortega. PB—Freehan. T— 2:41. A—8,841. The 28-year-old right-hander is one of the major reasons why the White Sox have eased 4V2 games in front of the rest of the league with only one-fifth of the season completed. He has relieved in 17 games, winning two and receiving credit for saving 10. During Chica-j go's current streak, Fisher has been called to the rescue in six games, preserving the victory each time. And he's been doing the job primarily with a knuckleball he polished with aid from Wilhelm, the 41-year-old master of the evasive pitch. "I joined the Sox (in 1962) with a pretty fair knuckler, but nothing like Wilhelm's," Fisher said. "Hoyt gave me a lot of tips on knucklers when we'd be sitting in the bullpen, but I learned most watching Wilhelm in a game. "Now when it's working, I will use my knuckler 75 to 80 per cent of the time." Fisher's latest save came after the Athletics had cut Chicago's two-run lead to 5-4 with a run in the ninth inning. Fisher replaced reliever Tommy John and ended the game by retiring pinch-hitter Rene Lachemann on a pop foul. Elsewhere in the AL, another relief pitcher, Boston's Dick Radatz, didn't meet with such success. Radatz, having a surprisingly difficult time this season, was the losing pitcher in New York's 12-innlng, 4-3 victory over Boston. In other games, Cleveland edged Baltimore 1-0, Los Angeles trimmed Minnesota 3-1 and Washington outslugged Detroit 15-9. The White Sox scored all of their runs in the fifth inning with the help of three straight walks by Orlando Pena and Moe Drabowsky's wild pitch. Ron Hansen capped the rally with -a two-run single. The Yankees, held hitless for six innings by Dave Morehead, erupted for two runs and a 3-3 tie in the ninth on Ray Barker's home run off Morehead and singles by Horace Clarke, Bob Schmidt and Bobby Richardson against Radatz. Tom Tresh's run-scoring triple in the 12th sent Radatz' earned-run average to 7.27 and his record to 2-3. Fred Whitfield singled across Joe Azcue in the sixth inning for the Indians' winning run. Jack Kralick retired 13 Orioles at one stretch but had to leave after seven innings when he broke a blister on his pitching hand. The Angels exploded for three runs in the eighth inning and spoiled Jim Kaat's victory hopes. Joe Adcock drove in the winning pair with a double. George Brunei put down a Minnesota threat in the ninth. Frank Howard smashed a grand-slam home run in a seven-run fifth inning, sparking Washington's spanking of the Tigers. Willie Kirkland drove in four Senator runs with a homer and a single while Al Kaline and Dick McAuliffe homered for Detroit. Ontonagon Golf Teams Are Told ONTONAGON — The Ontona- Attempt to Qualify NEW YORK (AP) — Some 107 amateur and professional golfers tee off in Detroit Monday to compete for the city's 19 qualifying places for the 65th j gon Golf Club Men's Twilig h t U. S. Open Championship. In other Monday action. 10 golfers at Grand Rapids will seek two berths. The schedule was announced Tuesday by the U. S. Golf Association. I MSI PUTBACKTHETASTE OmeHS TAKE AWAY LUCKY STRIKE Hltcr.s THY NEW LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS League will get underway on May 25. Teams, pairings and league rules are posted at the clubhouse, and additional information may be obtained from Bill Peterson, White Pine, telephone 885-4732. The following teams are entered for the 1965 season: Rogers Insurance —B. White, Dick O'Conner, F. Pigeon, L. Rogers and O. Nygard. Labyak Motors — J. Str o n g, J. Flangers, H. Labyak. J. Labyak and A. Oebeau. Saari Sporting Goods —M. Proper, L. Popps, B. Chapman, J. Clark and W. Ralph. Jilbert Dairy—E. Doyle, V. Zl mer, D. Musall, F. Michels and R. Droste. Citizens Bank — J. Milako- vlch, B. Ryan, B. McCarlane, B. Harrington and B. Velin. Hegg Plumbing— B. Strong, D. Keller, F. Bergfeld, D. Moilanen and M. Hegg. Hoerner Box — B. Fitze, H. Stephen, G. Barradas, R. Johnson and J. Hoeft. First National Bank—D. Munro, D. O'Connor, L. Reynolds, C. Davison and W. Nygard. Bears Bar—D. Hatfield, R. Rulppo, B. Brown, J. Kutcher and T. Miesbauer. White Pine Inn—D. Hathaway, B. Reynard, A. Wirtanen, J. Bley and A. Bodin. White Pine Copper No. 1— J. Barbe, B. Christian, B. Evans, V. Weatherstone and C. Raymond. Paoli's Market—B. Peterson, J. Anderson, B. Talvernssarl, G. Morris and L. Paoll. White Pine Copper No. 2— C, Hill. J. Scott, B, Bergman, B. Weatherston and B. Burgess. Dodgers Break Up No-Hit Bid By K. Johnson By DICK COUCH The Los Angeles Dodgers are building a reputation as late- inning terrors. That's when they break up no-hitters. But the light-hitting Dodgers probably stand a better chance of holding the National League lead than Houston's Ken Johnson does of breaking even on no- hit decisions. i Johnson, who already has lost a no-hitter, came within eight outs of winning one indoors Tuesday night. He wound up with a ninth-inning shower and a 4-1, three-hit triumph over Los Angeles that ended a seven- game Astro-spin. The victory in Houston's domed stadium was the third against one loss for the veteran right-hander, who pitched a no- hit gem against Cincinnati last season but bowed 1-0 on errors The near no-hitter was the second against the Dodgers in four clays. Dick Ellsworth of the Chicago Cubs stymied them for 7 1-3 innings last Saturday only to lose 3-1 on the only LA hit, a three-run homer by pinch hitter Al Ferrara. The loss trimmed the Dodgers' league lead to SVa games over the Cincinnati Reds, whose game with Pittsburgh was rained out. St. Louis drubbed Philadelphia 8-2 behind left- hander Ray Sadecki, Milwaukee nipped the New York Mets 4-3 and the Cubs downed San Francisco 7-8 in a game halted after 7% Innings because of darkness and rain. Ron Fairly doubled with one out in the seventh, ending Johnson's no-hit bid at Houston, and scored the Dodgers' run on a single by Jim Lefebvre. Lou Johnson followed with another single, the third and last hit off Johnson, who gave way to Woodeshick after walking Fairly with one out in the ninth. Sadecki gave up fourth-inning home runs to Richie Allen and Alex Johnson but allowed only three other hits while winning his first game in five decisions. It was the first complete game for the St. Louis southpaw, a 20- game winner in 1964 who had been knocked out twice In the first inning this spring. Home runs by Bill White and Tim McCarver paced the Cardinals' 11-hit attack. Milwaukee's Rico Carty, heavily corseted to protect an aching back, belted a two-run homer in the second inning then singled and scored another run in the fourth, leading the Braves past the Mets. Frank Boiling also drove in two Milwaukee runs and right- hander Tony Cloninger worked out of a ninth-inning jam for his fifth victory. The Cubs rallied twice after Willie Mays' 14th homer had helped the Giants to an early 40 lead and moved in front to stay on Don Landrum's two-run double in the third. i The rains came in the eighth after relief pitchers Bob Humphreys and Ted Abernathy had blanked the Giants for five innings. U-M Ends 1965 Home Season ANN ARBOR (AP)—Center- fielder Carl Cmejrek drove in five runs on two homers, one a grand slammer, in Michigan's 6-3 baseball defeat of Bowling Green Tuesday. Cmejrek drove a 420-footer over the centerfield fence with the bases full on three straight walks in the first inning. He repeated by clearing the leftfield fence with a 360-footer with the bases empty in the third. Held to five hits by Andy Burkle and Jim Rosendahl of their Mid-American Conference rivals, the Wolverines got their last run in the fourth on an infield hit and shortstop Bob Gilhooley's double. Marlin Pemberton went the route for Michigan. The game was Michigan's final home contest of the season. The Wolverines play at l Ohio State Friday and at Indiana in a doubleheader Saturday in Big Ten windup games that will help settle the conference title. Ford to Try to Regain Winning Form in Bullpen NEW YORK (AP) — Four straight thumpings, an indignity never before inflicted upon him, have sent Whitey Ford, erstwhile premier southpaw in the major leagues, to the bullpen. Manager Johnny Keane broke the sad news to the bleaguered pitcher Tuesday night. From now on, Ford, the ace of the Yankee staff for the past 10 years, will toil in the bullpen In an effort to restore the old cunning in his left arm in relief appearances. "We hope bullpen work will straighten him put," said Keane, who had to give the book to the veteran four times in as many starts on the recent disastrous road trip in which the Yankees lost nine out of 14. "I plan to use Ford as my short man in the bullpen for a while," Keane said. "I want him to get consistent work without having to pitch too long at one time. He's been having control trouble. He may get his rhythm back this way." Keane insisted Ford's confinement to the bullpen was only a temporary move. "I may bring him back as a starter soon," he said. "Then again, I may not. It all depends on how we're strapped for pitching. Right now, I'd have to say he is my fifth starter. I may start him in one of the games in Sunday's doubleheader." Ford accepted his demotion philosophically. "I think it might be the best thing for me," he said. "In fact, I was thinking of suggesting that very thing to Keane but he asked me first." Ford has a 2-5 record, by far the worst of his 17-year professional career. Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. .667 .548 .519 .516 .516 .486 .484 .419 .290 5 5 5 6 6 8 12 Los Angeles 22 11 San Francisco 17 15 Milwaukee .. 14 13 Philadelphia 16 15 St. Louis .... 16 15 Houston 17 18 Chicago 15 16 New York ... 13 18 Pittsburgh .. 9 22 Tuesday's Results Chicago 7, San Francisco 6, called 1V-2 innings, rain Milwaukee 4, New York 3 St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 2 Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, rain Today's Games San Francisco at Chicago New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N Los Angeles at Houston, N Thursday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Only games scheduled Chicago . Minnesota Baltimore Los Angeles American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 23 8 18 17 18 Detroit 16 Cleveland Boston New York . Washington Kansas City 14 13 13 13 7 •12 14 15 14 13 16 18 19 23 .742 .600 .548 .545 .533 .519 .448 .419 .406 .233 41/2 6 6 6'/a 7 9 10 101/2 151/2 Results of Fights NAGOYA, Japan — Masahiko (Fighting) Harada, 117%, Japan, outpointed Eder Jofre, 118, Brazil, 15. Harada' won world bantamweight chmapionship. SEOUL, Korea — Masao Gondo, 159V2, Japan, knocked out Kim Duk-bong, 152V2, Korea, 1. PHOENIX, Ariz. — Jesus (Little Poison) Pimenthal, 120, Los Angeles, knocked out Mayico Robles, 1241/2, Los Angeles, 5. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Joey Olguin, 135 l / 2 , Sacramento, out- pointed Joe Brown, 138, Houston, Tex., 10. Tuesday's Results New York 4, Boston 3, 12 innings Chicago 5, Kansas City 4 Cleveland l, Baltimore 0 Washington 15, Detroit 9 Los Angeles 3, Minnesota 1 Today's Games Boston at New York, N Baltimore at Cleveland, N Chicago at Kansas City, N Minnesota at Los Angeles, 2 twi-night Thursday's Games Washington at Detroit Boston at New York Baltimore at Cleveland, N Only games scheduled Timely Hits Aid in Double Win for CMU MOUNT PLEASANT (AP)— Central Michigan got hits at the right times in sweeping a nonleague doubleheader from Wayne State Tuesday, 5-3 and 7-5. Central is now 23-12 over-all for the season and Wayne State 5-12. Talk about PROTECTION! only S 20 per 6 mot. buys you: • $25,00 liability 4 p.d. • $500 medical • $20,000 uninsured motorist HELLIE-KEETON A9 . ncy 234 E. Aurora Di. 932-1912 Annual Grade School Track Meet Slated for Thursday The 17th Annual Iron wood Grade School Intramural Track and Field Meet will be held on Thursday beginning at 4 p.m. at Longyear Field here. The meet will consist of nearly 75 boys from the four grade schools, Norrie, Newport, Central and Sleight. The events making up the meet in the order which they will take place are: 70-yard Mac's Bar Tops Hurley League The Hurley Commercial Bowling League held its annual banquet recently at the Montr e a 1 Lodge in Montreal and honored the league's outstanding bowlers and teams. An election of officers was held and the following men were elected to hold office for the 1965-66 season: Albino Zanella, president; Matt Ulasich, vice- president; and Matt Secor, secretary-treasurer. Mac's Bar captured the top team honors for the 1964-65 season with 91 points and was seconded by Trolla's Market with 78 points. The remaining standings were Pedrl's Hardware 76Mi, Paul's Store 75Ms, Bank Club 74, Porky's Bar 66, Boob's Bar 64, Giovanoni's Hardware 61, Squeak's Log Cabin 60>/2, Paul's Bar 56Vz, Iron County Lumber 46 and Hurley Teachers 43. Lloyd Buccanero won the award for being the bowler with the most improved average over last season with an increa s e from 157.68 to 169.84. Pedri's Hardware took the season's high series hon o r s with 3 3081 team series, with Mac's Bar in second place in that division with a 3069 and Giovanoni's Hardware third with a 3062. High team game honors went to Mac's Bar with an 1107 score and runnerup honors were captured by Giovanoni's Hardware with 1090. Budy Nyberg roHed the highest individual three-game series of the season with a 683 tally and "Chum" Kieber totalled a 661 three-game count. Nyb erg also took high single honors with a 258 score and Matt Ulasich was a close second with 256. The top average award went to Keiber as he counted up a 184.37 season average. Following him in the average standings were Ted Gentile, 182.40; Roily Richards, 181.24; Matt Ulasich, 180.58; Guido Gentile, 177.60, Mac Markowski, 177.57; Louie Ferrari, 176.46, Jim St r a n d , 175.73; Gene Varalli, 175.54, and George Reader, 175.41. Hurley '9' Loses To DePadua 6-2 DePauda High School scored a 6-2 win over the Hurley Midgets in an abbreviated five-inning baseball game at the Montreal Field on Monday. R ai n halted the contest but the final score will stand, as Is, in the season record books. DePadua jumped to a fir s t inning lead of 3-0 and the Midgets came back In their half of the Inning to get on the scoreboard with a single score. Both squads went scoreless until the top of the fourth inning when DePadua sent across three more runs to lead the Hurley team by a 6-1 margin. Hurley's efforts again fell short as a lone run crossed home plate and the winners led in the contest 6-2 as the rain began to fall and finally halted the game. Markowski was the losi n g pitcher for the Midgets and J. Kuzzy scored the win for De- Padua. The winners made two errors in the game and Hurley made five. Hurley's season record now stands at one win, one loss and one tie. Some snakes spit their venom or quirt it at their enemies. Radio Dispatched Ready-Mix Concrete Co. Old Penokee Mine Site IRONWOOD 932-3540 932-3141 Concrete Anywhere, Anytime of the Year—Sand, Gravel and Concrete Reinforcing low hurdles, 75-yard dash, 60- yard dash, 50-yard dash (sixth grade only), 250-yard four-man relay, 200-yard relay (seventh grade only), 200-yard rel a y sixth grade only) (does not count in meet scoring), 200- yard relay (fifth grade only) (does not count In meet scoring), broad jump, pole va u 11, high jump and shot put. Newport will be trying to retain the grade track championship that the school won last year by running away wi t h the crown with 52 points, far surpassing Central in second place with 30. Sleight had 23 points in last year's meet and Norrie wound up with 5. Some of the city grade school records that will have to stand up In this year's competition are: 70-yard low hurdles, time of 9.8 seconds set by Ed Tafelski of Norrie in 1962. 75-yard dash, time of 8.7 seconds set by Wayne Behrendt of Central in 1962. 60-yard dash, time of 7.5 seconds set by Steve Slining of Sleight in 1963. Broad Jump, distance of 17-3 set by Mike Palmgren of Sleight in 1964. 50-yard dash, time of 7.0 seconds by Geno Timmer, Central in 1964. Hi g h jump, 5-l',4, set by James Kelly of Central in 1959. Pole Vault, 9-91/2, set by Steve Dudra of Newport in 1964. Shot put, eight pound, 45V2- inch, set by Steve Slining of Sleight in 1963. 200-yard relay, seventh grade, 27.1 seconds set by Newport in 1964. 200-yard relay, sixth grade, 29.0, seconds set by Newport in 1964. 200-yard relay, fifth grade, 29.3 seconds, set by Newport in 1963. Medley relay, 250-yards, 31.6 seconds, set by Central in 1962. The meet contestants will range from the fifth through the eighth grades and will be under the direction of Theron (Chuck) Peterson, physical education instructor. Milt Krznarich will serve as head starter, Bill Mazurek as recorder, Mike Palovich andGeorge Nordling as timers and place judge. Members of the Ironwood hi g h school track team will also assist in the meet management. Qualifying for U.S. Open Will Begin Monday NEW YORK (AP) — The original field of 2,304 entries for the US. Open Golf Championship next month will be trimmed to 418—plus automatic qualifiers — when preliminary play begins Monday at 55 locations. Ken Venturi, the ailing 1904 Open champion who said Tuesday he definitely will defend the title although "it may turn out to be foolish," heads a list of 31 top-ranked golfers advancing directly into the 72-hole championship June 17-20 at St. Louis. But other leading professionals and amateurs, including former Masters winner Art Wall Jr., former U.S. Amateur king Labron Harris, Al Besselink, Charles Sifford, Gardner Dickinson, Joe Campbell and Phil Rodgers will be among 2,232 teeing off Monday or Tuesday in local qualifying rounds. The survivors move into sectional play June 7-8, with the field reduced to 150 for the championship. Toughest of the 36-hole local rounds set up by the U.S. Golf Association figures to be at Memphis, where 90 touring pros wind up the Memphis Open Sunday then join four amateurs and compete for 40 Open qualifying places Monday. Venturi, troubled since last winter by a circulatory ailment that restricts the sense of feel in his fingers, particularly in cool weather, notified USGA officials that he will defend. The Californian won the 1964 'open at Washington. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Syracuse 2-4, Buffalo 1-1 Rochester 4, Toronto 0 Toledo 1, Atlanta 0 Columbus 3, Jacksonville 2 Pacific Coast League San Diego 4, Portland 3 Okla. 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