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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1965. Ironwood, Bessemer Win Final Western U.P. Loop Games Red Devils End Cmpaign With Perfect Record WESTERN U.P. (Final) W Ironwood 8 Bessemer 4 Bergland 3 Hurley 3 White Pine 2 STANDINGS L 0 4 5 5 6 The Ironwood Red Devils made a successful bid for an undefeated Western Upper Peninsula High School Baseball League season as they won l .heir last game of the season Thursday evening over White Pine 3-3. The game was played on Bergland's Field. The win is the eighth in a row for the league champs and the final game of the season for both squads. Ironwood clinched the league championship earlier in the season while White Pine was fighting to climb out of the league cellar in Thursday's contest but ends the season with a last place 2-6 record. Last season the Red Devils stood one game away from a perfect season but the White Pine Warriors, who finished in third place in the league with a 6-4 tally, spoiled the perfect record and the Devils took fir s t place honors with a 9-1 mark. Most of the scoring in Thursday's battle was done in the early innings as Ironwood came out to score six fast runs in the top of the first inning and White Pine came back with half of the Ironwood total to give the winners a 6-3 advantage. Coach Wayne Melchiori's Ironwood squad continued to add to the margin with two more scores in the top of the second inning and the remainder of the contest was played in a scoreless deadlock. Fertile was on the hill for the league champs and he allowed four White Pine hits, struck out five and walked three. Aiding in the Ironwood win was a two- base hit by King which was the only extra-base hit of the game. Mel Ruohonen performed the pitching chores for the White Pine unit and went the distance, allowing; eight runs on four hits, struck out seven and walked seven Red Devils. Nuxhall Keeps Reds in First Place; Drysdale Has 3-Hitter By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Put Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale together, and they barely come out ahead of Joe Nuxhall. But Nuxhall has the Cincinnati Reds in first place in the Nationa 1 League, and the best Koufax and Drysdale can do for the Los Angeles Dodgers is second. Nuxhall kept the Reds three Smeeth's Downs Aurora by 13-12 STANDINGS W L Carlson's 2 0 Knights of Columbus. 2 0 Standard Oil 1 1 Smeeth's 1 1 Safeway 1 1 Jr. Chamber 0 1 C&M Oil Co. & Bingo's 0 1 Aurora 2 0 Ironwood Lahtinen Koivisto Fertile Mlklesh McDonald King Tafelski Kravetz Eckstrom R. Willson J. Willson AB R H White Fine Baird Huohonen 3 Zugel 4 Dix 3 Durand 3 B. Raymond 2 0 Evans 0 0 0 0 Totals 28 8 4 AB R H 3 1 1 R. Raymond 1 Niemela 2 Puotinen Puuri Totals Ironwood 620 White Pine 300 26 000 000 3 4 0—8 0—3 Pirates Lead Mercer League STANDINGS W Pirates 11 Yankees 8 Braves 8 Cubs 1 L 3 6 6 13 In Ironwood Slow-Pitch Softball League action Wednesday evening, Smeeth's downed the Aurora squad by a score of 1312 in 12 innings. The league is in its second have of the season. At th conclusion of the ninth inning of play the score was knotted at 10 each when K. Nordling smashed a two-run homer to give Smeeth's the victory. D. Morin also smashed a homer for Smeeth's earlier in the jame. The winning pitcher was Maki and the loser was Zawlocki. The following is the schedule for the remainder of the second half of play: July 19 Carlson's vs Smeeth's C&M Oil Co. and Bingo's v s Safeway July 21 Aurora vs Knights of Columbus Jr. Chamber vs Standard July 26 Smeeth's vs Jr. Chamber Carlson's vs Aurora July 28 Safeway vs Standard Knights of Columbus vs C&M Oil and Bingo's Aug. 2 Knights of Columbus vs Stan dard Jr. Chamber vs Carlson's Aug. 4 Aurora vs C&M Oil and Bin go's Safeway vs Smeeth's Aug. 9 Smeeth's vs Knights of Colum bus Standard vs C&M Oil and Bingo's Aug. 11 Safeway vs Carlson's Aurora vs Jr. Chamber Aug. 16 C&M Oil and Bingo Smeeth's Standard vs Aurora Aug. 18 Jr. Chamber vs Safeway Carlson's vs Knights of Colum bus percentage points ahead of the Dodgers Thursday night, stopping Philadelphia 8-1 on eight hits. Drysdale, meanwhile, pitched a three-hitter as Los Angeles whipped the Chicago Cubs 5-0. The triumph for Nuxhall was his fifth straight, all having ome in Cincinnati's last eight ictorits, or since June 29. In he same period, Drysdale and Coufax, who own 29 triumphs etween them overall, have ombineo for six of the Dodg- rs' eight victories. In othei NL games, Milwau- ee outlasted Pittsburgh 9-6 and t. Louis edged New York<;6-5. Nuxhall helped himself by oubling home a run and scor- ng in the sixth inning. Tommy Harper drove in two runs for he Reds while Vada Pinson and 160 Cardenas each collected hree hits. Drysdale brought his record 14-8 while winning his third traight and recording his ourth shutout. He also singled cross two runs in the fifth in- ing when the Dodgers scored 11 of their runs. Maury Wills ingled in another run and stole is 56th base. The Braves jumped to a 9-0 ead after four innings, but it ook clutch relief pitching by Dan Osinski to snuff out a Pitts- airgh rally in the sixth. Osinski truck out Andre Rodgers for he final out after the Pirates :ad erupted for five runs, two n Jim Pagliaroni's single. Gene Oliver and Rico Carty each singled in a pair of runs or the Braves while Ed Ma- hews drove in two with his 17th lomer Dick Groat's third hit, a sev- •nth-inning double, drove in two runs and lifted St. Louis past New York The hit climaxed a comeback that wiped out a 5-0 ead tne Mets built mainly on wo-run homers by Ed Kranepool and Charley Smith. 's v The Pirates of the Mer c e r- Flambeau Little League all but clinched the crown in the league with a 12-11 win over the second place Yankees Wednesday evening. The two teams were t i e d.9-9 going into the final two innings but the Pirates scored three runs while holding the hard hitting Yankees to a pair. Meanwhile, the Braves were downing the Cubs 10-4 to create a two-way deadlock for the league's runner-up spot. No games will be played next week as coaches prepare the All-Star team for its appearance in the area tournament at Superior on July 23, at which time they will meet the Superior National all-stars in the second half of an afternoon twin-b i 11. In the first game of the afternoon, the Hurley Little League all-s tar squad will met the winner of a playoff on J u 1 y 22 between Ashland and the Superior Americans. The playo f f game will be played at A s h land. CHRYSLER 'S ALL NEW ECONOMY CAR '65SIMCA-1000 T«ti Drive the Car Everyone's Calling Their Favorite! Only $1702.50 STATE LINE GARAGE 407 Silver St. Ironwood Phone 132.1721 Trout Planted In Great Lakes A total of 696,785 five-i n c lake trout have been release in the Michigan waters of Lak Superior during the past t w months, according to Pete Drake, manager of the Pen dill's Creek Hatchery of th Bureau of Sports Fishery, Brim ley. Of this total, 193,360 were re leased in the Porcupine Moun tains Park area of Lake Super ior, Ontonagon County; 79,100 a Presque Isle, Marquette; 42,15 at Pequaming, Baraga County 46,200 at Big Traverse Bay Keweenaw County; 49,200 a Huron Bay, Baraga County 41,000 Bette Grtsse, Keweena\ County; 146,125 at Shelter Baj Alger County; and 99,650 a Whitefish Bay, Chippewa Coun ty. An additional 120,000 a r available for releasing in lat summer. Some, 101.60C w e r shipped to Minnesota for releas along the Lake Superior shore lines of that state. The Bureau of Sports Pish eries has also announced t h planting of 850,000 five inc lake trout in Lake Michigan be gan Monday at Epoufette, Nau b i n w a y and Gulliver areas Plantings will continue in Aug ust and September. WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF AN EXCLUSIVE AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORY SHOP in DOWNTOWN IRONWOOD 1 VAUDEVILLE?—NEVER LIKE THIS—Ray Oyler, Detroit second baseman, started out the right way going after this ground ball, taut somehow wound up looking at it the wrong way. Dressen Hopes Play Indicates Better Things for Detroit '9' By BERNIE KENNEDY | Dressen may have to use Ray Associated Press Sports Writer Oyler or someone else at short- 5^0^' inning "to take a DETROIT (AP) — Manager stop^ since Dick ^McAuliffe in- mam ji ng 6-0 "advantage. Charlie things he Speed Boys Top Bergland to Cop Runner up Spot The Bessemer Speed Boys made a successful home stand and climaxed their 1965 Western Upper Peninsula High School Baseball League season with an 11-2 victory over the Bergl and Vikings to capture the numb e r two spot in the league standings. The contest was staged at M a s s i e Field in Besse m e r Area Little League Tourney To Be Played at Wakefield WAKEFIELD — The W a k e- field Little League field, located on the north side of Sunday Lake, will be the site of th e Area Little League All-S t a r Baseball Tournament on Thursday and Saturday, July 22 and 24. Four area teams will be competing for honors this year, namely: Bessemer, Ironw o o d , Lake of the Clouds (Ontonagon) and Wakefield. Opening round action will begin at, 1:30 p.m., Thursday, July 22, with Ironwood meeting the Lake of the Clouds aggregation and Wakefield will take on Bessemer in the nightcap of th« opening day's actioni at 4 1 p.m The losers day's action of will the opening clash in the Thursday evening and was the last scheduled game for both teams this season. The hero of the triumph was Bessemer's Jim Ippolite, who pitched for the Speed Boys and allowed only one hit in the seven innings of the contest. Both Bessemer and Bergland entered the game with identical, 3-4 records and with the win. TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — Bessemer captured the runner- i Michigan's 1965 hunting regu- up spot in the league while the! lations take final shape today, loss puts Bergland into a two- i with the State Conservation way deadlock for third place i Commission deciding on such Hunting Rules Are Being Set with the Hurley Midgets, both with 3-5 tallies. The winning Bessemerl t e s played a well balanced ball- proposals as a wild turkey season and a bear-hunting ban in Lower Michigan. The seven-member commission heard recommendation; at the plate and on the defensive end of things, held the Vikings scoreless in all but one inning Bessemer got the scoring off to an early start with a burst of three runs in the first inning and anothei three-run binge in the com- Dressen hopes the 3'^ed Jiis; right.elbow swinging, The Speed Boys continued to , w , tnp<wpd Thursdav at a pltch the first time up ' He Put the scoring pressure on with witnessed inursday will be out a coup i e of days. ""..... night were only better things to Detroit Tigers. Al Kaline's single in the 10th a hit to knock in the winning inning scored Jerry Lumpe with run. the winning run in a 5-4 tri- "(Stu) Miller pitched the ball ..... - - four runs in the third inning and an inkling of Kaline, who doubled off the added tneir last run in the bot- come for the screen in center his first time tom of tne f 0ur th to give the up, said he didn't see how he got vikings an 11-0 tally to aim at. Department game experts. After years of criticism foi allowing too much killing of antlerless deer, the commission consolation contest at 1:30 p m., Saturday, July 24, and Thursday's winners will vie for the area Little League Baseball Tournament championship at « P- Nexi week's meet will be repeated all over the United States as hundreds of Little League teams take this first step toward the Little Lea gue World Series at Willlamsport, Pa., later in the summer. James Daniels, Wakefield, in the tournament director. He will be assisted by John Bonovetz, Bessemer, as official scorer; Reuben Maki, Wakefield, will serve as umpire in chief, and will be assisted by Clifford Guilbault, Ontonagon; "Tubber" Carlson, Ironwood; and James Ippolite, Bessemer. Members of the Wakef i e 1 d Little League All Star team and the teams they played with during the season, include: David Niemi, Tim Aho, Nathan Seppa, Dennis Brunelle and Mike Daniels, of the Athletics; Richard wlenandt and Chester Dillon, of the Braves; Jerry Koivu, Dodgers; Daniel Mest- nik. Jr., Russell Maki. and John Ahonen, of Giants; Robert Bruno and Dan Draxler, of t h e doe shooting. MA JLH«_.i iV^UO V*\-\_- » , v*»»- ^,v^.»*«..»^-J-«-« illl t ffa<% heard criticism for not enough Tigers: and Dan Juntuia oi tne Sterling Nickerson of ley, who said he owns most of Yankees. They were chosen by Kings-! the team managers. The Wakefield manager will Bergland shot back into the ballgame in the top of the fifth inning and scored two runs on Cubs Post Two LL Victories In the Ironwood Little League umph over the Baltimore Ori- low and^ away, ^good pitch in no ^its, but the rally was soon oles. "They walked Norm (after Lumpe doubled to Cash open _. u j — LJ _ _ — A H\J 111LO; UWW tllW J. UiXJI " VAU U«JWi* this park. I just hit the ball to .halted and both teams went the vi crVif li Iro O Vi o vli *a c-oiH " i . ~ , •, .-!?_.. :i.i_ _. .1. _ n n _ right like Charlie said. The Tigers went ahead with rest of the distance without scoring another run. . . , . . the inning) hoping we would two runs in the first inning on Ippolite allowed the have Kaline bunt," Dressen a walk to Lumpe, a passed ball, I Bergland hit in the top of said. "Then, they could walk a single by Cash, a walk to Ka- ; s j x th inning, a single by only the G. , Willie Horton and hope for the line after Cash had been thrown Fruik, but the Vikings could not double play. out trying to steal, a wild pitch "Well, all I got to say is that and Willie Horton's single, if you can't win with your best Demeter singled home Kaline hitter up there, you are in trou- in the sixth to break a 2-2 tie ble." Kaline's clutch hit was only one of the good things Dressen the this week, the Cubs took two games, edging the Dodgers 7-6 Tuesday evening and defeating; saw as the Tigers started the Tigers 9-5 Wednesday eve- i second half of the season. , * ^r_ uu -_. *-i-. _L _v. n ..T*s..J 4-T-. ning. In Tuesday's game the and Cash added his homer. BALTIMORE AB R H BI Norm Cash showed the All Star break didn't bother his hit- Aparicio ss 4 Brandt cf 4 Blefary If 5 Robinson 3b 4 Bowens rf 5 Cubs kept the lead through the ting as ne collected two hits in-, Powell Ib 4 contest Not until the last stan- ''• eluding a solo homer off the fac-1 Adair 2b za did the Dodgers threaten the in e of the third deck in right in the seventh inning. * * * Terry Fox and Fred Gladding turned in tight — though sometimes shaky — relief jobs after Cubs' lead when four runs crossed the plate. The Cubs scored two runs in the first inning, two in the second and three in the third. Sparking the win for the Cubs was W. Spetz with one homer and two doubles. Carlson and Komaromy each belted doubl e s for the Dodgers. Going the distance for the Cubs was J. Jacquart, allowing five hits, walking two and striking out eight Komaromy was the losing pitcher ; allowing five hits, walking five, and striking out five. S. Randall started on the hill for the Cubs but was relieved by L. Passint to retire the side with the bases loaded for the Tigers. Sparking the win for the Cubs again was W. Spetz slamming 2 ner to advance, doubles and Bogan hitting one j Dressen said he R. Brown c Barber p .. Hall p . ... Siebern ph Totals DETROIT 5 . 4 , 2 , 1 , 1 39 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 11 the Orioles knotted the score on ^ert 3b 5 Ttvnn'Lrc' "D r»Vti n c/-M-I 'o film _ Vlin : __ • ••• t •»«••« AB R H BI Brooks Robinson's two - run homer in the eighth. The hit by Robinson, who scored the Orioles' first two runs, chased Mickey Lolich who was looking for his 10th win. Fox gave up singles to Sam Lumpe 2b 4 Cash Ib 4 Kaline cf 4 Horton If 3 Demeter rf 4 Freehan c 4 M'A'lirfe ss 1 Bowens and John Powell but Qyler ss 2 worked out of the eighth by get- L 0 ij C h, p ting Jerry Adair to bounce into G Brown ph a double play and Dick Brown to ground out to third. Gladding who got the win, was touched by a leadoff duoble in the Baltimore 10th but got out of it without allowing the run- 3 1 35 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 10 capitalize on the opportunity Ippolite went all the way for the winners and struck out a total of 12 men and walked six. Abrams started on the hill for the Vikings and in three innings, he allowed 10 runs and five hits and struck out six G. Fruik came in in relief and allowed one run on two hits in the remaining four innings. Ippolite was not only the pitching standout but also aided his triumph with an inside the park home run. Last season the Speed Boys 0 ended up in fourth place in the eague standings with a 5-5 record while Bergland was in second place behind Ironwood with an 8-2 mark. 3,300-acre South Fox Island in Lake Michigan, said a growing deer population threatened deer starvation and forage damage unless some does are shot. H. D. Ruhl, chief of the department's game section, said antlerless deer hunting is allowed only after damage exists. Extension of antlerless deer hunting areas to cover parts of Allegan, Mpntcalm. Clinton, Gratiot, Saginaw and Ingham Counties is one of the recommendations before the commission. Legislation passed this spring allows the first wild turkey season since pioneer days and the first quail season since 1911. Department game men rc- ommend a Nov. 6-14 turkey season with 400 permits in Allegan County and a Nov. 11-15 quail Totals None out when winning run scored in 10th Baltimore 010 001 020 0—4 Detroit 200 001 100 1—5 E—Aparicio. DP — Baltimore would stick 1. Detroit 2. LOB—Baltimore 9, two-bagger. Hitting for the Ti-; with his present lineup — Cash Detroit 8. gers were Karjala and Cossi, both with doubles. Passint allowed six hits, walked four and struck out eight The losing pitchers, Moon and Johnson, together all o w e d seven hits and nine walks and struck out nine. American Athletes Are Amazed At Clarke's Running Exploits staying at first against all pitch- 2B — Powell, Aparicio, Bleers and Don Demeter in right. Fary, Kaline, Lumpe. HR—Rob"Cash is swinging more and inson ^6), Cash (8). SB—Apari- Demeter looks like he's back on cio. the beam. Maybe this is my | IP H R ER BB SO Barber Hall Miller Lolich .. Fox Glad'ing Barber best lineup. In any case, I'll stick with it for a while," he said. OSLO. Norway (AP) — American athletes, victors in most of the events here in a two-day international meet, still were popeyed today over the amazing running exploits of Australia's Ron Clarke. Marine Lt. Billy Mills, surprise winner of the Olympic 10,000 at Tokyo last year, said Clarke's double world record- busting feat Wednesday night probably was "more historic" than the smashing of the four- minute barrier for the mile by Roger Bannister 11 years ago. After beating fellow American Bob Schul, the Olympic 5,000- rr '-*.r champion, in the 5,000 here on a wet and cold evening Thursday Mills commented: "By watching Ron Clarke Wednesday night, one understands there is a revolution in running going on. You have to be a long distance runner yourself to understand wholly how great was the performance of Clarke "His effort was probably more historic than the dream mile by Roger Bannister." Bannister smashed the four- minute barrier with a time of 3:59.4 at Oxford, England, May 6, 1954. This opened the gates and today sub-four minute miles are common. The record has been lowered to 3:53.6 by France s Michel Jazy. Clarke, a lean, tall, 28-year- old Melbourne businessman, won the 10,000 meters — about 6^ miles — smashing the six- mile record en route by 24.6 seconds with a time of 27:11.6 and clipping 34.6 seconds off the 10,000 mark with his clocking of 27:39.4. Four days earlier, the tireless Aussie broke the 13-minute barrier for three miles in 12:52.4. Mills, from Coffeyville, Kan., beat Schul, of West Milton, Ohio, handily in 13:41.4, a Bislet Stadium record and a personal best for the Kansan. Schul was second in 13:51.2. Clarke did not compete. Other American victors Thursday included Theron Lewis, New Orleans, 400 meters, 46.5; Ren Whitney, Los Angeles, 400 meters, 47.5; Elaine Lindgren, Salt Lake City, 110-meter hurdles, 14.1; John McGrath, Pasadena, Calif., shot put, 59-8; John Cramer, Everett, Wash., pole vault, 16-114, and a 1,000 meter relay quarter of Lewis, Lindgien, Whitney, and Otis Burrell of Los Angeles, 1:54. H 7 1 2 8 2 1 IP 5 3 1 7 2 1 faced Lolich faced 2 faced 3 in 10th. W—Gladding (5-2). ler (6-4) WP—Barber. PB—R. T—2:55. A—16,217. 3 1 1 3 0 1 3 men in 6th. in 8th. Miller L—S. Mil- Brown. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Vancouver 5, Portland 2 Denver 4, Seattle 3 San Diego 4, Indianapolis 2 Salt Lake 7, Spokane 4 Arkansas at Oklahoma City, ppd, power failure International League , Syracuse 7, Toronto 1 Rochester 4, Buffalo 1 Columbus 8, Atlanta 2 Jacksonville 1-1, Toledo 0-2 JOHN BEAN VISUALINER Front End Alignment Positive. Scientific Method) GENE'S AUTO GLASS Cor. Aurora & Lawrence Dial 832-0421 Bessemer IBcrgland AB R HI A3 R H 2 3 2!G. Rrulk 4 O|H. Hill 3 OiR. Fruik 2 D|Abrams 2 OUohnson 2 2|D. Borseth 3 0|M. Borseth 1 OIF. Hill 3 2|D. Johnson 2 01 II 0 Betlewski UaClair I!arpenedo Erickson Evsich [ppolitc Thornberg Giackino Drazkowskl 3 Joki 2 Martini 3 Syrjala 2 Martin 1 Totals 27 11 7 Totals Bergland 000 Bessemer 334 22 020 100 2 1 0— 2 x—11 be Ralph Hemming, and Daniel Mestnik is the team's coach. The local All-Stars will be wearing new team uniforms, which were donated by the Wakefield VFW Post No. 9084. season in Hillsdale, St. Joseph, Lenawee, Wayne, Washtenaw, Branch, Monroe, Jackson, Calhoun, Kalamazoo, Eaton, Ingham, Macomb and St. Clair counties. They also recommended another elk season Michigan last year permitted rhe first elk season east of the Misssissippi since before the turn of the century. The season would be Dec. 8-16, with all of last year's 300 licensees ineligible to try again. Reason for the proposed two- year ban on bear hunting in Lower Michigan is what the department considers p. seriously low bear population. The recommendation would leave the Upper Peninsula bear season unchanged. Vets Tackle Young Foes JACKSON (AP) — Veterans Mrs. Keith LeClair and Mrs. Herbert Zoerhoff met youthful Sharon Miller and Patti Shook in semifinals of the Women's State Golf Tournament today. Miss Shook, 22, of Saginaw birdied four of the last eight holes and finished with a record-setting, 4-under-par 70 Thursday. She birdied the 12th, 13th, 16th and 17th holes in defeating Toyce Kazmierski of Grosse He, 2 and 1, on the Country Club of Jackson course. Miss Shook was paired today with Mrs. Zoerhoff, 27, of Grand Sapids, who eliminated Janice Elias o f . Grand Rapids, 4 and 2. Miss Miller. 24-year-old defending champion from Battle reek, defeated Barbara Rohn of Ludington, 4 and 3. The 33-year-old Mrs. LeClair, Ann Arbor golfer who has won ihe tournament twice, defeated Sharon Wilder of Grand Rapids, 2 up. State Improves Fishing Sites Six impoundments, all devel oped to provide better troui fishing, have been completed for the Pish Section by July 1, at a total cost of $65,800, according to the regional office of the Michigan Department of C o n - servation, Marquette. One of the impoundments is located at the East Branch of the Ontonagon River, and another in the area is located at. _ . . - J „ Union Springs, in Ontonagon Countv two and Schoolc raft New Sites for State Anglers Fishermen and other us e r s of lakes and streams in the Upper Peninsula have at their disposal 137 public access sites and more are in the plans for the future, states the Michigan Department of Conservation. Eighteen new sites were developed in 1963 and 20 last year. Alger County has seven access sites listed; Baraga County 10; Chippawa County 16; Gog e b i c County eight; Houghton County 11; Iron County 17; Keweenaw County three; Luce County seven; Mackinac County seven Marquette County 25; Menominee County five; Ontonago n County The department also reports County 11. Conservation officer! ! have copies of the Michig a n Water Access Sites Directory. that eight new parks, fish and game projects have begun in the U. P. at a total cost of $435,850. The projects, expected to be completed this year, inc 1 u d e five for the Parks Section and one each for Administartion i 1920s who won two United State Services, Game and Fish Sec- Open and four British Open tions. i championships, underwent Included in the projects is I tracheotomy at St. Vincent Walter Hagen Rests After Tracheotomy NEW YORK (AP) — Walter Hagen, the famed golfer of the the Porcupine Mountain State Park toilet building, which was constructed at a cost of $2 > 9,800. Hospital Thursday. A spokesman said that Hagen 72, was "resting comfortably.' HONDA 50 $249.00 complete AVE'S JPORT SHOP HONDA SALES & SERVICE Silver St., Hurley Phone 561-2720. Giants Edge Redlegs 73-77 The Giants edged the Red- legs 13-11 Wednesday evening in Ironwood Babe Ruth League action at Monarch Field. Richards and Neimi were the pitchers for the Giants and Richards was handed the win. Pitching for the losing nine were B. Waitanek and Stone- mark. Stonemark was tagged with the loss. Eckstrom had three singles for the Giants while Palmgren and Koivisto each had a double and a single and McGrath connected on two singles. B. Waitanek had a double and a single for the Redlegs while Kanipes and J. Waitanen both belted out a pair of singles. Minnesota Pitcher Is Hospitalized MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL Minn (AP) — Pitcher Dave Bosweil of the Minnesota Twins was hospitalized Thursday nigh* with a severe case of tonsillitis. A spokesman for the Twins said the 20-year-old hurler is expected to be in the hospital about 48 hours. WHEN YOU OWN A REO YOU CAN HARDLY WAIT FOR THE GRASS TO GROWI Reo 18-inch and 21-inch POWER-TRIM LAWN MOWERS! •3-hp. "EZEE-START" engine •Automatic impulse starter • Fingertip height adjustment Oft each wheel • All controls on handle • Full 1-year warranty BEAUCHAMP ELECTRIC I CARBURETOR COMPANY Ironwood, Michigan 128 Aurora St.

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