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SIX IRONWOOD OAltY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 20, IMS. • '«• -'.; Onslaught on U.P. Track Records Is Expected Saturday Ithletes Better * j|)i Standards in lltegional Meets McLain, Reserves Sparkle as Tigers Blank Senators 4-0 ber of key starters reported By JIM TRKTIIEWEY .•'MARQUETTE—If qualify ! n f 'marks can be repeated in Satur "d'a y«s champions h i p finals at Wednesday night when Houghton. no less than 11 Upper Peninsula track and field records are headed for the scrap heap. And Pickford, the "m i g h t .v mite" of the U. P. cinder sport, could shatter six standards alone In going after its 14th consecutive title. More than 400 schoolboys from all parts of the Peninsula qualified for the finals, some of them in downpours that preven ted more regional marks from falling. But conditions were excellent at Pickford. where Coach Web Morrison's thinclads dominated the scene so thoroughly thnt . they ran up 108 points to 38 for second-p lace DeTour and won every event except the shot 46-4'•••: Frank 'put and high jump. Other Class 1 wood, 45-4'-: D winners were Garden, Bar- i aga and Channing. Regional titles were taken by Kingsf o r d. Escanaba, Sault Ste. Marie and, Calumet in Class B, while Class C laurels were taken by Gwinn, i L'Anse, St. Ignace ancl by Wake-field and Bessemer, which finished in a point deadlock on the . letter's field. Pickford qualified 21 men for the U. P. championships, sever-' al of them in more than o n By BERNIE KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer wlth assorted aches and pains. DETROIT <AP> — A baseball team is as good as it's bench and the Detroit Tigers, for one game at. least, found it has a pretty good one. Acting manager Bob Swift had to make a number of changes a num- The reserves performed flawlessly behind Denny McLain, who hurled a three-hitter and set down the Washington Senators, 4-0. Jim Northrup played right field in place of Al Kallne, who Dodgers Win on Fairly's Homer In 14th Inning 2:09.6; Alan Morrison. Ishpem ing, 2:11.2. Mile run - Gary Gladstone. 4:45.2: Fonde. Newberry. 4:47.0: Rod Montcalm. Ishpeming. 4:47.5: Dick Applin. Iron River. 4:52.5 High hurdles - Rick Ebbeson. Gladstone. 16.2: Brad Shouldice. Sault. 16.3: Duane Meyer, Iron River. 16.7: Bill Sauter, Iron Mountain. 16.8. Low hurdles — Rick Ebbeson, Gladstone. 21.2; Brad Shouldice, Sault. 21.5: Bill Mugforcl, 22.4: Rich Freeman Kingsford, 22.4. Shot put — Bill Sarnow s k i Escanaba, 54 feet. 2'a inches: Howard Fissette, Marquette Vcrbos. I r o n- Don Wertella. Newberry, 45-4. Pole vault — Rich McCarthy, Kingsford, 12 feet, 1T« inches; Mike Bellisle, Menominee, 110; John Hookana. Calumet. 104; Paul Seglund. Munislng, 103. High jump—Harry Frank. Rudyard, 6 feet: Paul Miller Escanaba, 5-11'a; Leo Gehlhoff, Ishpeming, 5-7; George Okirainen, Calumet. 5-6V.2. Broad jump — Bob Vankirk, By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Ron Fairly, a clean-up hitter injured his wrist while trying to by default, is beginning to look make a catch Tuesday nl*nt. ; like a natural for tne ro i e . He told swift he had trouble, • swinging the bat in hitting prac-: Englund. tlce e oc a " George Thomas was in center for the injured Don Demeter, who in turn played the last three innings at first base after Norm Cash bounced two foul balls off his right foot. Jerry Lumpe had a bruised shin and Jake Wood took over for him al second. young Los Angeles Dodgers veteran, who inherited the No. 4 spot in a lightweight batting order when Tommy Davis fractured an ankle three weeks ago, broke up a 14-inning duel at Houston Wednesday night with his fourth hit. a two-run homer that gave the National League leaders a 4-2 victory over the Astros. Fairly drove in the first Dodg- club RBI lead with 18. Actually, McLain needed little er run with a single and scored help as he turned In the finest the tying run in the eighth pitching performance by a Tiger while lifting his batting average this year. "I guess I'm back in the groove," McLain announced, sipping his third bottle of pop. "Ancl it sure feels good." The 21-year-old youngster said a two-inning relief appearance in Boston over the weekend got him back on the right track. McLain helped himself on his way to his first major league Relief Pitchers Help Twins Sweep 2 Games From Angels By MIKE RATIIET The Minnesota Twins are talking trade, apparently in an effort to bolster their relief pitching. The Los Angeles Angels would like to know why. The Angels saw four Minnesota relievers like the to get caliber John Wyatt, a top reliever of of Kansas City's but that four-man relief parlay they threw at the Angels in the opener got the job done about as effectively as it can be. Dave Boswell, the Twins night but not too many of their I pitches, collecting only two hits in 7 2-3 innings as the Twins swept a doubleheader 3-1 In 12 Wednesday starter, allowed only two hits innings and 3-1. Before the twin bill, Twins- „..„„ „,„ , , LIKE FATHER, ETC.-Larry | Berra, 15, is taking up where his 17 points to .289 and taking the dad is leaving off. Young Berra • - - - is making his backstopping de- The 26-year-old outfielder-first ! bute this spring with Montclalr baseman,' a semi-regular at Los l Academy of New Jersey. The full for five seasons Angeles followed Willie Davis' two-out single in the 14th with a shot into the Astrodome's right-field seats off reliever Ken MacKenzie. Don Drysdale then made his first relief appearance of the shutout when he singled in the, year to end a Houston threat in fifth inning to drive in Don Wert the bottom of the inning and keep the Dodgers 3Va games up on Cincinnati in the young Na- with the second Detroit run. The Tigers were without a hit through the first four innings against Washington starter Ben- tional League race. The Reds beat Pittsburgh 3-1 were Roger Hewer, who topped his own U. P. hurdle records by running the highs in 15.7 and the lows in 21.2; quarter- miler Bob Huyck, who broke the tape in 52.3, half a second under the standard he set a year ago. and Neil Harrison, a freshm a n, '•' Whose 11 foot-10 inch pole vault. '•Is three inches higher than the "Peninsula Class.D record his brother Tom, set two years ago ! Sault, 20 feet. 10 i Hoist. Ironwood, i Bellisle, Menominee, 20-2%; Jeff Franson, Kingsford. 19-11. Half-mile relay— Gladst on e, ! 1:35.5; Sault, 1:35.5; Kingsford, 1:35.9; Calumet, 1:38.8. ! Mile relay— Kingsford, 3:42.2; Sault, 3:44.0; Menominee. 3:44.0; Iron River. 3:45.6. CLASS C ; 100-yard dash—Dave LaJoice, St. Ignace, 10.4; Ray Sibley, nie Daniels. George Thomas got . on eighth-inning homers by Der, . inches; D o n ! the first hit and Wert followed; on Johnson and Don Pavletich: President Cal Griffith revealed that he had been discussing a trade with Kansas City. The Twins, naturally, would KC, Carlson's Post Victories The Ironwood Knights of Columbus and Carlson's Super Market both ushered in the 1965 Ironwood Slow-Pitch Softball season on a successful note by capturing wins in the twin- bill played Wednesday night at Randa Field. The KC and the Junior Cham! ber of Commerce met in t h e first game of the evening with i the KC coming out on top of a i close 5-4 score. , I Peter Schmidt was the win- The Gogebic Community Col- ning pitcner for tne Knights lege Samsons' tennis team ell-1 while Lloyd Lehto suffered the maxed a very successful season with a tie for second place in elder Berra, Yogi of the York Mets, is a coach now. New GCC Places 2nd In NJCC Tennis and then Jerry Fosnow, Al Worthlngton, Bill Pleis and Dick Stigman went him one better by holding the Angels to one hit over the final six innings. Then, in the nightcap, Jim Grant needed help, so Worthington came on again and allowed just one hit over the last 12-3 innings. It was a pitchers' night all around the American League with Cleveland's Sam McDowell checking Baltimore 2-0 on three hits, Detroit's Denny McLain stopping Washington 4-0 on four hits, Boston's Jim Lonborg allowing only four in a 3-0 victory over the New York Yankees and Kansas City's John O'Donoghue snapping the Chicago White Sox' nine-game winning streak with a four-hit, 7-3 triumph. The Twins won the opener in the 12th when Zoilo Versalles and Sandy Valdespino singled, moved up on a long fly by Rich Rollins and scored on Tony Oll- va's single. Albie Pearson's homer accounted for the Angels the nightcap, Jerry Zim- scored Freehan, who had walked. McLain's hit came after he missed the ball on an attempted New the Northern Junior College Con- Bill | Milwaukee downed the j York Mets 7-5 behind a 15-hit j ference annual meet that attack led by Joe Torre and St. j neld Wednesday at Itasca. was . Louis ra lll ? d for two runs in the) nibbing won the meet title as loss for the Junior chamber squad. The Rev. Robert Matchett led the KC hitting attack with a home run while Johnson banged out a three-bagger for the losers. Hie SCLuIlQ WHS a i \JIM an ttuuv.«tt|.#ui~v« f , 1-1 v. -i j t i-j HJS " i — --—•— -«-Q •• — ---- ------ ----- — j and Thomas was ninth to nip Philadelphia 7-e in Brainard and Gogebic ended sided affair as Carlson's Super squeeze play tagged out. Errors by catcher Joe McCabe and outfielder Woodie Held gave the Tigers their final runs in the seventh. McCabe threw NL night action. Ernie Banks' two-run single carried the Chicago Cubs and right-hander Bob Buhl to a 2-1 nod over San Francisco in the ihe ban m* the rttft field 1^ »£""?"«» £«-• Dave Hanna's broad jump of wakefield, 10.5; Ray McDonald, 21 feet, l«'i inches was better L'A n s e, 10.8; J i m Sheri d a n. than the existing record, while j Gwinn, 10.9. the Pickford half-mile relay team I 220-y a r d d a s h—Ray Sibley, pen while trying to pick Wert Fairly, who had ended Astro off firs allowing Freehan to P itcher Ken Johnson's no-hit bid on nrst, allowing *reenan w>! „..„..:_,.„ llirT ht with a SPV- score from second. Wert scored when Held threw j previous night with a double, capped nf thP niatp aftpr or tne piate attei was clocked in 1:35.3, two-tenths j Wakefield, 23.2; Ray McDonald,! 8 of a second under the mark'L'Anse, 23.6; Dave LaJoice, Lloyd Salinas, by a Panther quartet in i st. Ignace, 23.7; 1962. i Gwinn. 24.2. r~.; Gwinn's relay team ran the: 440-yard dash — Pat Murphy, half-mile in an even 1:36, two-:Sault Loretto, 53.9; Ladd Hon- tenths of a second under the U . kala, Bessemer, 53.9; Bruce P. standard set by another ! Pesola. Marquette Baraga, 54.6; Gwinn outfit f ive years ago. I Ray Schoff, Hancock, 54.9; How- Only other Class C mark topped lard Funke, L'Anse, 55.4; Larry was the 220-dash, Wakefie Id's I Tregear. Crystal Falls, 55.8. Ray Sibley running -it in 23.2. > 880-yard run— Wayne Erick- A pair of big Escanaba shot: son, Stephenson, 2:10.5; Dave The Tigers picked five hits, two of up only | by! I Wednesday night's Los Angeles comeback with his fifth home run. He had doubled in the eighth and scored the tying run ... t , on Lou Johnson's single, which The two teams were to wind **yoeA Astro starter Dave up their three-game set this ulD ; ysdale rep iaced afternoon. WASHINGTON Cuningham Ib Blasingame 2b McMullen 3b .. Howard If zHeld cf winning pitcher John Purdin in the 14th AB R II RBI; with two on and struck out Joe putters staged a duel that sawiHegg, Ontonagon, 2:10.9; D o u g j Kirkland rf 3 Bill Sarnowski emerge with a i Schlehuber, St. Ignace. 2:12.1; j Camilli c 2 winning toss of 54 feet, 2'/4 inch-!Dennis Vitton, Hancock, 2:13.1: | King ph l es. That was less t h a n an inch i Bob Abelman, Bessemer, 2:14.0. j McCabe c o Mile run —Bob Jac k s o n, Brinkman ss 2 Gwinn, 4:50.1; Charles Frair, farther than teammate J i m Hansen's best toss and about one and one-half feet past the Upper Peninsula record Kingsford's Dave Manders set in 1958. Speedster Bob VanK i r k Houghton, 4:51.9; Charles Be-i longa, St. Ignace, 5:02.4; Roger! Johnson, Crystal Falls, 5:03.6. j High hurdles —John Junttika, i Sault Ste. Marie, was clock e d I Houghtori, 16.9; Barry Pierson, j Daniels p Chance ph Totals DETROIT 2b UfXllJf A A^i-OWiij j -KT,^..,*-), ,,...-. t« in an even 22 seconds for the; St. Ignace, 17.3; Ray Moffa 11, j£,;,"fiiim 220-yard dash, compared with!Gwinn, 17.5; Bob Ahola, Crystal? the 22.6 record posted by Tim; Falls, 18.2. Zhulkie, Ishpeming, in 1956, Low hurdles—Jack Benne 11. ] while R i c h a r d McCart h y.; Gwinn, 21.8; Jim McM u 11 i n, Kingsford, cleared 12 feet, ~/s', L'Anse, 22.4; Barry P i e r son, j inches in the pole vault. The'st. Ignace, 22.5; Mark Martini,: "official" U. P, mark in Class i Bessemer, 23.5. B is half an inch under 12 feet f shot pu t—Jerry Lutri, Steph- Some of the Upper Peninsula's! enson, 47 feet, 8 inches: John; top point-producers in the 1964! Kelly. Houghton, 46-5»4: T i m | Washington championship meet were ham- Kinney, Sault Loretto, 43-4 1 /u; pered by injuries. ; Don Bussiere, Ontonagon, 42-8'/i. Klngsford's versatile Dick j Pole vault —Mike Nord- 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 McAullffe ss Horton If Cash Ib Demeter Ib Freehan c .. cf ., ... 2 . . 1 28 AB R 4 0 4 Q ... 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0Morgan to end the marathon. Q! Pittsburgh's Joe Gibbon was in a tie for second place, and Itasca and Virginia wound up in a deadlock for fourth place. Adding to the Samsons' spring sport success was Quentin Minkin, the only Samson to take part in the NJCC track meet, which was held in conjunct i o n with the tennis event. He captured first place honors in the pole vault with a vault of 11 feet 8'/z inches. After be i n g crowned conference champ, Minkin attempted to vault to a height of 12-l'/a which would -have set a new conference record, but failed. Gogebic's Terry Korpi ancl Dom Cossi teamed up to give the Samsons a win in the doubles tennis matches with a 11-9, 6-2 score over Brainard's Jim Market trounced C & M Oil 172. Phil Misconi racked up the win in the pitching department while Tony Fertile suffered the loss. Carlson's batting attack was run. In meran's single drove in the first run in the second Inning before Zollo Versalles tripled and scored the decisive run in the fifth on a single by Jerry Kindall. While McDowell, now 3-2, was handcuffing the Orioles, the Indians nicked Steve Barber fo: four singles and both their run: in the fifth and sixth innings. Max Alvis' infield hit, a sacrifice and Chuck Hinton's single got the first run across before Alvis singled across the other in the sixth after Leon Wagner collected a hit and advanced to second on a walk. Nicklaus Shoots Poor Round on Memphis Course By KELSO STURGEON Associated Press Sports Writer MEMPHIS, Term. (AP) — There is little Jack Nicklaus hai not done in his four yean as a professional golfer, but he's finally run into a course that gives him nightmares. "I hope I'm getting all this out of my system today," Nicklaus said as he shot a miserable round in the pro-am of the $60,000 Memphis Open Wednesday. "There is just no reason for this, ' he said after he missed one of many two-foot putts. "I've seen beginners play better than this." Despite the round and the fact that he's never played well on the short, par 70 Colonial Country Club course, Nicklaus was installed the favorite to take the $9,000 first-place money. In the pro-am, Nicklaus shot a 43 on the par 34 front nine but was two-under par with a M on the par 36 backside. A field of 144 was set to tee otf today in the Memphis Open. The 6,466-yard course has whipped Nicklaus both times he's played in the Memphis Open. He finished llth in 1963 and tied for 12th in 1964. Also attracting a lot of attention Wednesday was defending champion Mike Souchak and young Bill Martindale, who finished in a tie for second Sunday in the $100,000 New Orleans Open. Another man who will bear watching is the New Orleans winner, Dick Mayer, who at 41 has started a sensational comeback after sitting on the sidelines for seven years. led by Lawrence Levra as he! McLain, now 1-2, got the only pounded out a pair of home runs j runs he needed to beat the Sena- and a double. Andy Hendrick-1 tors when the Tigers jumped on Bennie Daniels for two runs in son also added to the winner's power with a home run and a double. Pitcher Fertile was also big gun at the plate for C&M as he paced his squad with a the fifth inning. A walk and singles by George the; Thomas and Don Wert — the first hits off Daniels — produced home ble. run, a triple and a dou- leading 1-0 and had allowed only Menz and Pat sauer. Menz and ; By 0 Ojone hit when Cincinnati's John-: Sauer were tne defending NJCC 0 i son led off the eighth with his> doub i es champions. 0: sixth homer. Tony Perez singled 0 j and Pavletich cracked his 01 fourth homer for the Reds' win- 0 i ning margin. O 1 0! Bill McCool, who took over for 0 1 Jim Maloney in the seventh. Standings the first run before McLain delivered a run-scoring single Two Washington errors helped Hibbing then came on to win j the doubles crown with a 6-4, i 6-3 win over Virginia, a 6-3, 7-5 win over Itasca and a 6-1, 6-3 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L Pet. G.B. 23 11 The victory went to reliever j victory over Gogebic. *~" | Samsons' singles player Dennis Scholar lost to confere nee 0 i Torre hit his ninth home run, II RBI McLain p Totals ! Detroit E—Blasingame, l 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 oi a double and a single as the Braves made right-hander Bob champion Doug Mihm 3-6, 8-6, 6-0 and Jack Manninen of the Samsons squad also lost h i s Sadowski's first appearance matc h to Brainard's Paul Her- 13 13 15 16 16 16 19 19 23 .676 .581 .536 .531 .515 .500 .500 .472 .406 .281 5 5 5>/ 6 6 7 9 since April 29 a breeze. Dick Groat's two-out single in the ninth scored Lou Brock with the winning run at St. Louis. Ken Boyer's sacrifice fly had tied the score against reliever man 6-4, 6-1. Gogebic's season record on the courts stands at two wins over Northland College of Ashland and second place in t h e NJCC standings. 1 Berlinski, sidelined for twojstrom, L'Anse, 11 feet; Clayton weeks with a knee injury, finished second to teammate Dave Raymond in the two sprints, but did not compete in the broad jump, an event he h a d won three straight years. Doug Moss, Rapid River hurdler and Jumper, was forced to withdraw after winning his prelimin a r y heafin the high hurdles. In an unusual twin broth e r act, Jim and Bob Johnson, Escanaba, helped the Eskymoes to a regional victory by winn i n g 440- Cabe, Held. DP— Washington 1; Detroit 2. LOB— Washington 4, Daniels Ridzik Bridges Geldmeyer, Norway, 10-9; Barry Pierson, St. Ignace, 10-8; Sheldon Jakkola, Wakefield, 10-2. High jump —Pat M u r phy, Sault Loretto, 5 feet, 10 inches; Jerry Lutri, Stephenson, 5-8; i McLain Ray Sibley, Wakefield/ 5-6V'a; ' Phil Paananen, Hought o n, 5-5. Broadjump —Ray Sibley, Wakefield, 20 feet, 4 inches; Ray McDonald, L'Anse, l9-6 3 4; Da v e LaJoice, St. Ignace, 19- 6Va; Paul Dougovito, Step h e n- son. 19-5%. Half-mile relay — 1:36; L'Anse, 1:38.4; separate sections of the yard dash in the Class B meet at Escanaba. Summary of the first-p 1 a c e | Mile relay—Gw i n n, winners in Class A-B, C and! 3:50; St. Ignace, 3:51.6. D rrieets conducted at Pickford. Newberry, Marquette, Escanaba, Bessemer and Houghton: CLASS A-B 100-yard dash—Bob VanKirk, Sault, 10.4; Dave Raymond Kingsford, 10.6; Gary Vande- G w i n n, Bessemer, 1:39.1; S a u 11 Loretto, 1:40.3. 3:44.6: 3:51.6. CLASS D 100-yard dash — Br u c e Reimer, Pickford, 10.4; Don Johnson, Nahma, 11.2; Phil Hellmer, Painesdale, Charles Dillon, Republic, Detroit 3. IP 6 1-3 2-3 1 9 W—McLain (2-31. T—2:07. A—5,309. II 4 1 0 3 Ed Roebuck. , j Home runs by Tim McCarver •> i in tne slxtn ancl Pinch-hitter Phil "iGagliano in the seventh pulled 000 000 000—0 1 tne cardinals within striking distance after the Phillies had broken in front 5-2. Banks delivered the decisive hit against the Giants after Ron Santo was walked intentionally, ER BB SO I loading the bases with one out. . . , J ^ The hit was Banks' first in 11 at- Red Win e s toda y traded veteran bats. 000 020 20.\— 4 Camilli, Mc- Red Wings, Leafs I Trade 8 Players DETROIT (API— The Detroit 4 0 0 3 (1-2). L—Daniels 220-yard dash — Bruce ville", Escanaba,. 10.7: Bill Mug-j Reimer, Pickford, 24.1; Dick ford, Calumet, 11.0. 220-yard dash— Bob VanKirk, Bault, 22.0; Gary Escanaba, 23.8; Dave Raymond. Kingsford, 23.9; Al Eckhart Calumet, 24.9. 44p-yard dash (two secti o n s! Rapid River, 56.5; Pat Wis- run in three meets)— D u a n e' niewski, Painesdale, 56.5: Dave Carlson, Manistique, 53.2; Ken Ovist, Baraga, 56.6; Lonnie Berg, Marquette, 53.5; B r i a n i McPhee, Garden, 57,2; Dick Stanaway. Sault. 53.8; Jim Isaacson. Republic, 57.3: Carl Johnson EscnnabB. 53.9; Bob Smith, Channing, 57,6. Johnson. Eecanaba, 54.3; Jeff; 800-yard run - Paul Adams, John Krzyski, Pickford, 4:57.5; Glen Lockhart, Trenary, 5:10. High hurdles — Roger Hewer, Pickford, 15.7; Paul Feak, Channing, 16.5; Don Saxon, Garden, 17.7; Carl Mowl, Ewen, 17.8. Low hurdles — Roger Hewer, Pickford, 21.2; Don Saxon, Garden, 22.2: Paul Feak, Channing, 23.3; Dave Cossi, Ironwood St. Ambrose, 23.7. Shot put — Dave B o 1 m, 11.4; | Bark River, 44 feet, 8 inches; 11.5. (Paul Warner, DeTour, 43-11; defenseman Marcel Pronovost and four other players .to the Toronto Maple Leafs for three forwards, including the high-: Chicago j scoring veteran Andy Bathgate ( Minnesota It was the National Hockey Detroit League's biggest trade of the year. Los Angeles Cincinnati 18 Milwaukee 15 St. Louis 17 San Fran. . 17 Phila. .. 16 Chicago .... 16 Houston . .. 17 New York 13 Pittsburgh 9 Wednesday's Results Chicago 2, San Francisco 1 Milwaukee 7, New York 5 St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 1 Los Angeles 4, Houston 2, 14 innings Today's Games San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. .Louis, N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Los Angeles at Chicago Philadelphia at Cincinnati. N Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, N New York at St. Louis, N San Francisco at Houston, N game since April 15, brought his record to 2-5 with the aid of third-inning homers by John Blanchard and Bill Bryan that started the A's on their way. Mercer Defeats Midgets by 9-1 The Mercer High School baseball Tigers romped to a 9-1 victory over the Hurley Midgets in a contest played Wednesday at Montreal 'Field. For Hurley it was its second i loss of the season against one | win and one tie. The • si Midget victory came agai n s t DePadua by a score of 7-3 after the Midgets had tied their first game of the season with Mercer. DePadua revenged the earlier season loss and downed Hurley 6-2 In a game played on Monday and the Mercer loss brings the Midgets spring baseball schedule up to date. Mercer bounded to an earl y first inning advantage of 2-0 and by the end of the third inning the Detroit to two more runs in the | win gnd Qne tie The . si lc seventh. Lonborg, now 2-2, beat the Yankees for the second straight time with the aid of rookie teammate Rico Petrocelli, who stroked two key doubles, drove in one run and scored another. Chuck Schilling led an 11-hit Boston attack with three hits while Petrocelli, Tony Conigliaro and Felix Mantilla stroked two each. O'Donoghue, winning his first Stock Car Track To Be Built Here Plans are being made by the Fielder Stars For Albion'9' ALBION tAP) — Outfielder Gary Jones of Albion smashed;" Besides Pronovost, the Red two tremendous home runs in j wings gave up forwards Larry American League a 5-for-6 day at the plate as his team divided an MIA A doubleheader with Calvin Wednesday. Jones, a 6-foot 200-pound junior who has been watched by Jeffrey and Ed Joyal of the NHL club and forward Lowell MacDonald and defenseman Art Erickson of their Pittsburgh farm club. Cleveland Baltimore W 23 20 17 15 17 18 14 13 13 8 L. 9 12 14 13. 15 17 16 19 20 23 Pct.G.B. .719 / — .625 3 .548 5Va .536 6 .531 6 .514 e'/j .467 .406 .394 .258 Tigers had doubled the mark and led 4-0. Hurley's lone tally came in the bottom half of the fourth inning but the Mercer squad cam* back to end the game with i score in each of the next two Innings and three in the seventh. L. Pemble racked up the mound win for the Tigers as he allowed five hits, struck out nine and walked one. Haustad started the pitching Hinwitha Ricintr Associ a t i o n' duties for tne mid e ets and was Hiawatna ttacing Association ,. . H ., rl _ v n i nv< ,,. t n r>rnc« to start work on the construe-; h 'only Hurley player to cross t\nn nf a npu7 «tnnt nav r-iriilfr I ^Oine piaie. Tie aUOWCU MX tion of a new stock cai lacmj,! rung and elgnt hitg> struck out three and walked three and was relieved in the sixth inning by Markowski who allo wed three runs and four hits, struck out none and walked one. Mercer's L. Pemble, Rog e r Peterson, Frank Falko w s k 1 and Joel Brandt all banged out two-base hits and Terry Neufuss hit a triple, while Gilbert son track at the Gogebic County 1 Fairgrounds here. ; Jerry Corda, association pres-i ident, said the Gogebic County; Fair Board and the County; Board of Supervisors have; granted the association permis-j sion to construct the track inside the horse racing track at the Fairgrounds. Corda said surveying of the 8 10 lO'/a 14'/2 major league scouts, hit the two; Along with Bathgate, Detroit homers while batting in five | go t forwards Billy Harris and runs as' Albion won the second Gary Jarrett, the latter a rookie game 9-1. Albion was shut out by Calvin's Dan Lagestee in the opener 5-0. I Forslund, Rapid River, 25.1; jPhil Hellmer, Painesdale, 25.2; Vandevi lie,, Charles Dillon, Republic, 26.3. j 440-yard dash — Bob Huyck, 'Pickford, 52.3: Chuck Benn i n, i Pickford, 54.9; Pat Larrab e e . Gill, Kingsford, 54.4; Dane Dominici, Iron River, 55.0. ftwo sect ions meets) — Gary 890-yard run rnu in three Gladstone, 2: Of 7; Bill Pickford, 2:04.3; Mike Kulack, Rock, 2:10.4; Jim Gray, National Mine. 2:10.6; Larry Harrison. Pickford, 2:11.0; Wilfred La- Andy Freberg. Eben, 42-5Vi; Dave Ovist, Baraga, 40-lVi. Pole vault — Neil Harris o n, Pickford, 11 feet, 10 inches; Pete LeClair, Baraga, 11 feet; Phil Hartman, Cooks, 10-6; Paul Feak, Channing, 10 feet. High jump — Dan Dutch e r, Cedarville, 5 feet, 10 inches; Rod Lucas, Garden, 5-7 1 /-;; Pete LeClair, Baraga, 5-4; Kim Peterson, Trenary, 5-4. Broad jump-Dave H a n n a, Pickford. 21 feet, l% inches; Dick Forslund, Rapid River, 18-7 S 4; Tc<J W i s n i e w s k i, Painesdale, 18-6; Bob Fredy, Channing, 17 feet. from Toronto's farm club at Tulsa. The trade was announced The two homers cleared the jointly by coach - manager Sid left field fence. Albion's coach ; Abel of Detroit and coach (Puncrj) Imlach of Half-mile relay — Pickfo r d, Bresh, Garden, 2:14.0; John 1:35.3; Chamilng, 1:41.4; Oar- Farkkoneii, Ishpeming, 2:07.4; Koski, Ewen, 2:10.$; B o to d«i, 1:41.7; Ironwood St. Am- •Pfuce Ellison, Gladstone, 2:07.7; Fra'nti, Ewen. 2:17.5. !bros«, 1:43.3. ' Tojv. "'•'" '"heon, Newberry Mile run— Tom T e e p 1 e, Mile relay—Pickford. 3:45.4: ITDw. i.... i-ilias, .3, S a u 11,,Perkins, 4:44.2; John Stan o. Rock, 3:53.8; Baraga, 3:54.3; Jo« Krav'etz, Ironwoocl, i Ironwood St. Ambrose, 4:52.3; j Channing, 3:59.4. Morley Fraser said the distance is 450 feet. Jones finished the season with a .388 batting average. He hit six homers and batted in 25 runs, a new school record. The doubleheader completed season for both Albion Calvin. Jones got two of Albion'.s six '• hits ofl Lagestee in the first game. John Mulder hit a two- run homer for Calvin. In the second ganie Jones drove in two runs with a first : Inning single. He hit his first : homer in the third with a man Donald 23, and Erickson 27. i on base and repeated in tho I fifth with the bases empty. ! Albion finished its MIAA season 'with 'a 6-5 record,' The Britons were 11-9-1 ' r Calvin finished c-G i.i •' •. and 9-a over-all. To- George ronto. Pronovost, 34, a veteran of 15 years with Detroit, ranks 10th among the highest scoring Red Wings, although a defenseman. the Only Gordie Howe outranks him and • in point of Red Wing service. Bathgate at 32 is a 12 - year Maple Leaf veteran and has a career record of 291 games, third highest among the NHL's active players. He is topped only by Howe and Montreal's Jean Bob Turner of Belliveau. school records Los Angeles Boston New York Washington Kansas City Wednesday's Results Boston 3, New York 0 Cleveland 2, Baltimore 0 Detroit 4, Washington 0 Kansas City 7, Chicago 3 Minnesota 3-3, Los Angeles l- l. 1st game 12 innings Today's Games Washington at Detroit Boston at New York Baltimore at Cleveland, N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Washington at New York, N Boston at Cleveland, N Baltimore at Detroit, N Kansas City at Minnesota, N Chicago at Los Angeles, N new track will begin immediate- work ! and Secor hit doubles for the ; losers. Hurley GUbrrtstiii Secor : Bupni i Slcchiu l HnusUid ' Markowskl ! Zcll Mnssoglla Allf'vu i™ 1 ' 11 ' AB 4 4 3 2 3 3 .! 2 1 2 1 H'Mercer 1|D. Pfemble a 2!L. Pcmtalc 4 l! Peterson J O;F. Falko'ski .1 1! Neufuss 3 OiRamthum 3 OUacger 3 0|Reitzloff 1 0|R. Fiilko'ski i OIKlchnk 1 [) Brandt 3 AB R • ly and that construction will start next week. Now that construction of the new track has been assure d, Corda expects that racers will start building their stock cars in preparation for the holding of the first race in mid-June. Information on car specifications will be available at the association's next meeting at 7:30 next'Monday night at the Sport Bowl here. Applicatio n s l : — for membership also will be | There are usually four men on taken at Monday's meeting. \ a polo team. Totnls 28 1 5 More or i Hurley ToUils 202 000 •it nil !00 9 11 o—i Jeffrey is 24, Joyal 25, Mac- Harris is 29 and a 10 - yonr Maple Leaf v::. ••:: • •:•.-,. The players will import to i heir new clubs with tlic begin- .ilng 01 their respective training , cumps next full. Albion Hurdler Sets I Two School Records ALBION iAP) - Sophomore i Flint set Albion' ... ,_ of 14.9 seconds in the high hurdles and 39.6 in the 330-yarrl lo<-s Wednesday in I:.'.,.. .' lilt; |'i; ..i.r.., U) a i; ;il Inu'l: ini'ft Vic-lory over G;;!vi:i, . 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