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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1963. Ironwooct Bessemer Win in Babe Ruth League Tourney 2 Games Slated Koufax Finally Makes It as This Afternoon, Finals Sunday Ironwood's All-Stars s c o r ed an 8-0 shutout over Iron Moun- Hitter in Beating Cubs 3-0 By MURRAY CHASS It's taken Sandy Koufax 10 years, but he's finally made it. As a hitter. Koufax, one of the best pitchers in baseball but previously one ot the worst hitters, continued his surprising batting pace tain-KJngsford American, t h e j Friday night as the Los Angeles Iron Mountain-Kingsford N a - j Dodgers defeated the Chicago j lowed tlonals scored a 6-3 victory over! Cubs 3 "° and remained just four v * I *-vn«tsn A*t t n n-A n^i-fi^n 1» »-,**:«»] VT— Ishpeming and the Bessemer inning. Jim Lefebvre singled. : Instead of finding Koufax an! easy third out, Cub pitcher Lar- i ry Jackson found the ball sail-! ing into center field for a single.' Lefem-re stopped at second.' then scored as Ernie Banks let; Maury Wills' grounder get byi him fo'- an error. Koufax fol-' across as Jim Gilliamj All-Star squad downed Calumet j nati. 2-0 in the first round of the Dis- j The 29-year-old Dodger ace trict 8 B a b e Ruth Has eball 1 rapped two key singles, setting percentage points behind Na-l Then, in the sixth, Lefebvre: tional League-leading Cincin- (walked with two out, and this i League Tournament that g o t under way Friday at M a s s ie Field at Bessemer. The tnree winners will see action aaain this afternoon with Escanaba. which drew a bye foi the first round action. Bessemei and Iron Mount a i n- two runs and scoring the other. The two-hit game, his fourth of the season and second in a row. -acketed his batting average to .227 with 15 hits in 60 times ">f bat. Never before has Koufa v collected more than seven hits in a season. Never be- two out in the second Kingsford National will sup ply j fore has he batted better than the action for today's second j .123. game. The Ironwood-Escana b a j With game will begin at 2 p.m. and]. the Bessemer-Iron Mount a i n -1 Kingsfcrd National contest w i 11 j get under way at 4. The winners of today's games! will step up into the championship game which will be played; on Sunday beginning at 4 p.m. Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League on Sunday beginning at 4 p.m. Cincinnati That contest will be preceded Los Angeles by the consolation game which San Fran. . is slated for 2 p.m. Sunday. Milwaukee * * * Phila'phia Don Koivisto and Tom Eck- Pittsburgh strom teamed up to give the'St. Louis Ironwoocl All-Stars the pitching | Chicago and the power needed to a d -1 Houston vance into the second round of j New York the tourney as Koivisto com-! manded the pitching duties, a 1- j lowing only one hit, striking outj seven, issuing two walks and; hitting a pair of batters. Eckstrom displayed his hi t ting power with a grand-slam homer in the first inning to give the Ironwood squad a lead that was never in serious tro u b 1 e through the entire affair. Ironv/ood added to its r u n '; total in the seventh inning o n; four runs on four hits and an error to climax the shutout. Peter Yantori collected the only Tron Mountain-Kingsf o r d American hit with a sharp single in the fifth inning but the squad could not capitalize on the opportunity and failed to score. Marvin Hansen pitched six and one-third innings for the losers and struck out four, allow e d eight hits and walked one. Joe Anderson took over in the seventh for the Americans and struck out one batter, allowed one hit and walked none. . * * *• In the tourney's second contest, Iron Mountain-Kings ford • National edged the Ishpem i n g team by a score of 6-3 W. 51 53 46 44 45 44 43 41 39 29 L. 36 38 38 40 41 45 45 48 46 58 Pet. G.B. .586 — .582 — .548 .524 .523 .494 .489 .461 .459 .333 3'i 8 8' i II 11 22 Minnesota Cleveland . Chicago Baltimore Detroit New York ! Los Angeles Rudy Steiner collecting t h e j Washingt'n mound win He allowed three | Boston runs on seven hits, struck out 11 i Kansas City and walked one. John Benzo cracked three singles for the winning nine and Craig Lindeman aided the w i n with a double and a homer. Ed Stimac was tagged with the mound Joss for Ishpeming as he pitched three innings, struck out four, walked three, and allowed four runs on four hits. George Laitinen relieved him in the fourth inning and struck out onf, walked one, all owed three hits and two runs. Laithinen and Ameen smashed out two singles each for the losers. Bessemer scored a pair of unearned runs to capture a 2-0 win over the Calumet unit in the nightcap, which entitles them to take a crack at the Iron Moun-! tain-Kingsford National unit in' today's second round. * * * The Bessemer All-Stars got '. only twu hits but, with some extremely heads-up baserunn ing,' scored the needed margin to' trotted home, rack up the victory. ironwo.d Jeff Betlewski was on the mound for Bessemer and struck out seven men, walked two, allowed three hits and hit one batter. Louis Menara banged out a double for Bessemer and Craig Honkkala got Bessemer's first hit with a single in the fifth inning. Allen Piirala hurled five and one-third innings for the losers and struck out five, wal k e d five, allowed the two Bessemer hits and the pair of Besse m e r J runs. White working on the mound, Piirala hurled a baseball oddity as he struck out four batters in a single inning. One of the batters he struck out got to first base after the catcher missed the ball on the third strike. Bessemer scored its first run in the fourth inning on a walk to Menara. who stoled sec ond. scampered to third on a wild pitch and finally scoring on another wild pitch. * * * The second run came w h t- n Joe BonoveU walked and took second base when the catc her missed the wild pitch on the walk. The catcher fired the ball to the Calumet second basemen who, in his effort to tag the runner, collided with Bonov e t z and dropped the ball, allowing it SPTS. add 1 2 games two 222 to go Into left field, as Bonovetz.',^™ 1 ,, Friday's Results Milwaukee 12. Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 8, New York 5 Los Angeles 3. Chicago 0 San Francisco 2, Houston 1 Today's Games Philadelphia at Cincinnati . Pittsburgh at Milwaukee Houston at San Francisco New York at St. Louis Chicago at Los Angeles, N Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 2 New York at Milwaukee, 2 Philadelphia at St. Louis Chicago at Los Angeles Houston at San Francisco Monday's Games Chicago at San Francisco New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. Louis. N Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N Houston at Los Angeles, N American League W. L. Pet. G.B. time Koufax lined a single up the middle, Lefebvre again moved to second, then scooted home on Wills' single. | Oh yes The victory was Kou-i fax' loth straight and 16th of the i season — high in the majors —! against three defeats. He posted' his third shutout and lowered' his earned run average to 2.02! while completing his 15th game' in 22 .starts. i He also extended his National! League record by reaching 200} strikeouts for the fifth consecutive year. He fanned nine, giving him a major league-leading total of 204, just 102 away from his National League record of 306. Elsewhere in the league, Cincinnati knocked off Philadelphia 5-1, Milwaukee crushed Pittsburgh 12-2, St. Louis trimmed New York 8-5 and San Francisco nipped Houston 2-1. Cinojnnati's Sammy Ellis pitched a five-hitter for his 13th victory against four defeats. Gogebic Shortstop Tournament \Starts Today; Finals Sunday Qualifying play in the 14th an-1 the championship flight teeing nual Gogebic Shortstop Golf Tour '• off at 8. Play will cont i n u e nament got under way this morn- throughout the day tomorrow ing at the Gogebic Country Club and it is expected that the here. , championship match will begin at About 100 golfers from north-lsbout 4:30 in the afternoon, ern Michigan, Wisconsin and Min spectators are invited to follow | i nesota have entered the tourna- the championship contenders In I I ment. the title match. : Qualifying rounds must be A new champion will be played today and match play will crowned tomorrow since Den- begin tomorrow morning with > nis Tiziani, young Ironw o o d golfer, who won the crown last Angels Advance In Farm League STANDINGS Fighters . Angels Hustlers Red Raiders Lions Hawks W 11 . 8 7 . 6 5 . 5 YOUR MOVE—St. Louis Catcher Tim McCarver (151 has the plate blocked and the ball in his hand as Jim Hart of the Giants slides into home. You can guess who won this duel. Tigers Blow Scoring Chances In Losing to Orioles by 2-1 Bombers 3 Twins i L 2 3 5 5 6 7 8 10 year for the third time, has turned professional and is not competing in this year's tourney. Tiziani and his younger brother, Larry, have dominated the tournament for the last four years. Dennis won the tournament in 1961 and 1962 but lost the title match to Larry in 19631 1965 Hunting Regulations Set By Commission TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — ! Hunting regulations for 1965 Including wild turkey and quail season, bear - hunting ban in Lower Michigan and expansion of the antlerless deer season won Conservation Commission approval Friday. Following department recommendations with hardly a ripple of dissent, the seven - member commission: —Established a Nov. 6-14 wild turkey season, the first since pioneer days. Established a Nov. 11 - 15 before coming back to capture quail season, the first since 1911. the trophy again last summ e r. -Extended the antlerless deer ; They are the sons of Caesar Tiz-1 area by about 4,000 square liani, the Gogebic Country Club's ! miles to cove r parts of Allegan, | P ro - ' Montcalm, Clinton, G r a t i o t, I Emerson Rundquist, formerly isaglnnw, and Ingham counties. I of Ironwood, won the first tourna- j _Bnnned bear hunting in j ment in 1952. Other winners were, Lower Michigan for two years —— ] Len Poulin of Ironwood inj to rejuvenate what the depart- In 'he Ironwood Farm B a s e- i 1953, Tony Landretti of I r o n-\ ment ca u s a seriously low bear ball League this week the An- wood in 1954, Bob Braff of Du-! population, gels moved up from third to sec- l"th in 1955, A. R. Munari of —Established a Dec. 8-18 elk ond place with the Fighters re- Ironwood in 1956, Braff again in sea son the second in a row aft- maining on top of the list with '• 1957, Poulin again in 1958, Bob er e ik 'hunting had been banned an 11-2 record. j Kolb of Houghton in 1959 and east O f the Mississippi since the The Hustlers dropped fro in Warren Farley of Ishpeming in ', By BERNIE KENNEDY and there's Associated Press Sports Writer, catch up." DETROIT (AP)—The Detroit The Tigers stranded hour and nn . « e ,« hll * de , 1 S2! a hits was i Tigers waited an Johnny Call son's 18th home run minutes to start their game with run in the ninth inning. The Reds scored plenty of time to 12 two runs against Jim Bunning, 10-6, in the first when Dick Stuart dropped a two-out throw from Cookie Rojas. Wade Blasingame scattered 10 hits for Milwaukee, bringing his record to 10-7, and socked two doubles. Rico Carty drove in three runs as the Braves handed Pittsburgh's Bob Veale his seventh setback against nine victories. St. Louis erupted for six runs in the sixth inning, three on errors by Al Jackson and Roy Mci Millan. erasing a 4-2 New York I lead. Bob Gibson brought his ! record to 11-7 although he gave ; up home runs to Charley Smith, | Jesse Gonder, Johnny Lewis I and Jim Hickman. Bob Shaw held Houston to two Baltimore blew one Friday night, scoring chance run- 50 ners and picked up their lone in the third inning on a then single by Bill Freehan and a after double by Jerry Lumpe Baltimore starter Milt Pappas left the game because of a stiff light elbow after yielding the run and the Tigers were almost against a trio of relief another in the next three hours and 22 minutes. The Orioles, with the help of two wild pitches by reliefer Larry Sherry, scored a run in the top of the llth inning and „. walked off with a 2-1 verdict They put a couple of runnei- s "Well, that's a tough one to on in the fifth and sixth innings, lose," Manager Charlie Dressen but couldn 't S et the lut needed said. "But the season's still long to Tsend Ji ne f? home ' w, , Jim Northrup doubled with two away in the eighth lash doubled in the Orioles walked Al intentionally after Cash's hit and winning pitcher Harvey Haddix got Willie Horton to ground into a double play. The Tigers male some noise Boat Races Set At Eagle River 54 50 49 50 47 43 41 36 31 25 31 35 35 36 37 46 46 52 53 55 .635 .588 .583 .581 .560 .483 .471 .409 .369 .313 4'/2 6V2 13 14 19Ms T,«^T,-, T , T ,, T , I , „, , in the llth when Bill Freehah , H fu K ^ EAGLE R1VER - Tne . best walked and Don Demeter deliv- hits through seven innings, one boat racing rigs in the midwest erecl a ninch-sinele with two -' — Joe Morgan's home' will tear; through the Y e 11 o w S Bu t Dick McAuliffe fanSd - - . nineteenth century, second place to third while the i960. j Ac tio n taken and changes In Red Raiders still hold the fourth ; | hunting regulations approved by s P ot - i I J* /* ' II the commission Included: The Lions moved up fromj nfllflfK (l^lll I I Deor seventh place to fifth with a 5-6; IIIVJIUIIJ vSUIII LL Bow and arrow season—Per- record, putting the Hawks in! > niits onf > deer either sex, per sixth place with a 5-7 record. ,/> e 4f\/r archer from Oct. 1-Nov. 5 ex- The Bombers are now in the|l THWH mf IVlM ce Pt Oct - l ' Dcc - 15 in Allegan eighth position with a 3-8 rec-i V/l Wf.f 11 IV/I I/UJ County Legislative action added ord and the Twins are still down! Emme», Menominee and part of in the deep cellar with a 1-10 STANDINGS w L ' Chippewa counties to bow and record. ; Indians n 2 : arrow area In Thursday morning's games Dodgers 8 5 i Regular season—Upper Penin- the Angels defeated the Hustlers i Cubs 8 5 ! sula Nov 13-28. Lower Penin- 9-4 in the first game behind the '• Yankees 5 9 i su ia Nov 20-Dec 5 pitching of K. Wills who gave up j Braves 5 9 | specia' seasons' — One deer four nitr and struck out eight,! Tigers 3 10 | either sex. Areas 1-14 lUpper The losing pitchers were Heik-j ' Peninsula) Nov. 13-28. Areas 15- kila and Johnson with seven! The Indians have clinched the : 55 (nearly all of Lower Mich- strikeouts. | league crown in the Ironw o o d> i gan ^bove Bay City-Muskegon in the second game of the dou-! Little League for the 1965 season' nne, oortions of western Lower bleheacler, the Fighters beat the as they enter the last week of;Michigan and small areas Twins G-2 behind the excell e n t! action with an 11-2 record. [around Brighton and northeast pitching of M. Dalpra, who! The Dodgers, wno are in sec-, 0 f Lansing extends to cover struck out 10 batters and hit a; ond place, have no chance toj parts of Allegan. Montcalm. homer to help his own cause, i catch the league leaders evenlciinton Gratiot Saeinaw and Toijala hit a two-batter. The j though there are two games j i ng ham counties) Nov 20-Dec losing pitcher was L. Kirkley | remaining on the Dodgers' | 5 . Allow about^DOO more per- of th»»m run, and three Giant relievers : Birch lake coures at noon Sun- • ^nd the Titters beean held the Astros hitless the rest!fay at the third annual state of tneir ne * t Kam |_ of the way. Dick Schofield sin- i championship races at Eagle Ri noon against their sons gled across the winning run in i er sponsored by the city Lions San Francisco's two-run seventh i club. t- «fl-Jl D e nny inning. Iron County Fishing Good McLaln pitch ed well The TecldTnie *£ : the = second time to, seventh straight vic- Friday's Results The colorful and exciting regatta celebration will be saluted post in a torchlight Float-o-R a m a tory parade tonight to kick off a boating weekend that also includes selection of Eagle River's John Powen"htt"a homeV teadmg Blueberry Queen. off tne seve nth to tie the score Selection and crowning of Ea- The score remained rtpaii ~- Rivers Blueberry Queen will JS s ™& 'S ?i th when there are was L. Kirkley | remaining on the with six strikeouts. Schedule. Their 8-5 record is In Friday's action, the Fighters out of reach of the league cham- won another game by trouncing Pionship. the Bombers 10-1 in the f 1 r s t j The Cubs are in a second place game and the Lions edged the j tie with the Dodgers but the in the sec ond! Cubs have only a single year's slate close to catching! mits. Klk Open season—Dec. 8-16. one elk, no 1964 licensee eligible, areas of Cheboygan. Otsego, The Yankee « the Braves 11 nings Chicago 4, Los Angeles 3 innings Baltimore 2, Detroit 1, 11 in nings New York 9, Washington 5 Today's Games Los Angeles at Chicago Washington at New York Baltimore at Detroit Kansas City at Minnesota Bostor at Cleveland, N Sunday's Games Washington at New York Boston at Cleveland Baltimore at Detroit Kansas City at Chicago, 2 Los Angeles at Minnesota, 2 Monday's Games Washington at Detroit Baltimore at Cleveland, N Boston at New York, N Kansas City at Chicago. N Los Angeles at Minnesota Wisconsin conservation officers . Warren Holger and Harley Lich-1 ~ —— »ui;*cu unui me inn wnen th* Kansas City 10, Minnesota 2 • tenwalner. Iron County, report; take place at the Riverv i e w Brooks Robinson doubled took Cleveland 4, Boston 3, 10 in-it nat most fishing in the county J Park bandshell tonight at 8:30. third on a wild pitch and ' | is good. | The Float-O-Rama will fea- Bass fishing is good in'ture artistically decorated floats some waters, the best bei n g! illuminated for nighttime view- pi'aVe' North Bass lake, Weber and' ln g. This year's float parade, ex- Wilson lakes. Panfish fishing isjpected to draw over 40 entries. Afte'' retiring the side in the! first inning, the Fighters came I back in the bottom of the first! ... . , inning furiously putting 10 runs|? re also deadlocked in thej He gave up just two singles; across the plate , lot g i ving tne league's fourth spot, both with! through first six innings before Bombers a chance to get off 5 ' 9 tallie * ™d both squads have -innnWf^lTfallhiToVirM-tta^ifvi-if-Ii^rv _ D~ *~ - ~ e ground. The winning pitcher was J. with seven strikeouts and Bear Under bear-hunting license— Up P er Peninsula except Kewee- in next one game remaining week's schedule. Holding down tlie oottom spot arms or bow and arrow. Under bow-and-arrow license —Same area. Oct. 1-Nov. 5, no P " er T. with nine strikeou t s . a and Comparin belt e d in the league standings are the i dorgrs ,, Tigers with a 3-10 record but! Under gun deer hunting 11- they have two games remaining! cense—Upper Peninsula, during lead 4-3 until the fourth inning when Anderson belted a two run homer fo to be played next week and| gun rleer hunting seasons. could climb out of the leag u e ; Bobcat cellar with a pair of wins. ' Lower Peninsula seasons , ern fishing is from fair to good. ;9:30 p.m. and will journey up Muskie's are starting to strike i Eagle River to the T-dock on ' with a 51-incher being taken from | Yellow Birch Lake for judging. | the Gile Flowage recently. Wall- j Riverview Park is an excellent eye and trout fishing is fair with viewing area for spectators jlhe streams in the area quite j low at the present time. Lakes j and flowages are about normal ; for this time of year stated the . officers. loaded the bases couple of walks and der's on a 1 u\-*.ju** fj~ nt^u a i/wu L uil iJUilid 1U > «.«..« An ,,.:i, _-. ».v. T-. _, the Lions and Fredrickson came j If'^fh^i P Rr±?-nf ^ T in on -i walk to rinnh the win 8 e Wlt " tne Braves anc! the In- VoVteSs iad'blg'bSs JSSilS 1 " 8 "^^ T1 ^ ers on Mon - . The schedule of next week's i cnanged from Dec - 15-Feb. 15 to „ , . P. Anderson belting two sin- Robinson bounced to Don Wert gies and one homer for the Li- Srickson slamming IY<-IH<,W jrain. ia au eAcenem who turned it into a double niav — ^ r-, i ine Yi ewing area for spectators. thanks to a eoori erah hv rtl* i ° n ! Erickson slamming and th Over 130 entries are expect- at first Y f'two-Dagger and a homer for Ti g er s i for the nfHMai «f n K> ^hom. msi ' the Hustlers. ed for the official state championship program, directed by the Wisconsin Stock Utility Qut- : A f arick) ss ! board Association. day evening. Tuesday the Cubs will p la y the Yankees in the first affair and the Dodgers v/ill take on the in the season finale. N Portil* I Gothblad Koivisto 1 Palmgrcn F.ckstrom Mlklesh Krznarich McRae fr*n MoanfAtn AB F! H Klii|»for* Ame i o Schulk* 2 BuL'lianen OTreibrr O.Waltrovich 2'DeGroot 2'Hyland IJFochesata IjDiBcrnardi I Van torn! I Rice JBacklund iCfOodreau IHansrn Anderson Touil* Irornvoocl Iron Mt. 34 8 9 Kincsford Totals 4(1(1 IMi Iron Mountain. Uhprmlnt Klnfttford National* AB R H'Charboiui u •4 1 il'Laitinm 000 Holkinjjli'ne l.,T>ireni-c 4 1 llAndci'sun RoniHRnolj -4 0 0 Aho Lmd* j in an .'{ 1 !i'Lampi St. A mould 2 0 O'Stiinrir n n o n o 0 o o 0 0 n o » o II 0 o o n i 4—fl n—o AB R H Chisox Rally to Beat Angels After Manager Lifts Brunei _ By BOB GREEN rifice fly produced one run and : Lets say you've got this' another single sent Lee to the • pitcher who's gone seven in- showers. Ed Sukla relieved him i nings and given up just three hits and you've got a 3-0 lead and then he gives up one more o; hit. So what do you do? Bill Rigney lifted him. And he lost it. The Chicago White Sox. delighted with Mr. Rigney's quick hook Friday night, called on Floyd Robinson and Eddie Fisher for key performances, quickly tied the Los Angeles Angels got OOP man out, and then Robinson's pinch double drove in two runs that tied it and sent it into extra innings. Robinson also tripled in the winning run in the llth, beating'Lumpe 2b Dean Chance and giving Eddie! Cash Ib BALTIMORE 5 Snyder rf 5 Powell Ib 4 Robinson 3b 4 Blefary If 4 Bowens rf o Orisno c 4 Palmer pr 0 Brown c i Brand', cf 5 ... 5 ... 1 ... 0 ... 1 .. 39 Hta . Pappa, c p Siebern ph Lau pn Totals DETROIT M'A'lifle ss- b 5 3 Kaline cf 4 Horton If 5 Northrup rf 4 Larry Brown's homer leading! Thomas ph l off the 10th inning won it for the ! Wert eb Fisher his llth victory — most in the league — against three losses. after George Brunei had been lifted and finally won it in the llth, 4-3. The victory lifted the Sox to in the sixth on homers"by~Fred" Demote third place. 4'. a games back ofjWhitfield and Leon Wagner, but Totals- Indians and handed Boston's Dick Radatz his seventh loss. The Indians had taken a 3-2 lead Freehan c . McLain p . Wood ph ph 1 Benvo ! Nelson 11,,1,,-en ! SK-iner j C diuso i Eutizti i Branback Duvnl Carey 0 BilUnglo 1 Nuintm 0 Chart! O^Carlaon 0 Ameen 0: Oi Totali 26 t 1 Iron Totdls (WO CIOO ,'J10 2 7 0—3 x—6 Cut unit I AU R H r iu« i f'Jiralt Klnoiien C'une 1 Allm Han, Toul U U 0 BunuvvU u UIMenura U 1 Kullk 0 Barbacovi 0 Kanto AB H H ll'Henslr.v y'Gayon O'Morrison 37 0 3\ Tola It TOO 000 000 110 the American League-leading Minnesota Twins and only one- half game back of the second place Cleveland Indians. Kansas City bombed Minnesota 10-2, Cleveland edged Bosto.i 4-3 in 10 inninys. New York took Washington 9-;> and Baltimore edged Detroit 2-1 in 11 innings, all in night games. The clutch performances of Fisher and Robinson were the Boston tied it in the ninth on run-scoring sin- j . 4 , 4 2 . 0 . 1 38 AB R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 9 II 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 7 A.B H H Bl Andeison was the winning' 0 o! Pitcher with eight strikeouts and j 1 o; L, Johnson was the losing pitch-1 i i! er, also with eight strikeouts. | i o' The following is the Farm Q! League Schedule: 0 ! July 19 0 Bombers vs Angels 0 Lions vs Red Raiders 0 July 20 0 Lions vs Twins 0 Hustlers vs Bombers 0 July 21 0 Hawks vs Twins 0 Red Raiders vs Angels 1! July 2* 1 i An S els v s Twins Fignlers vs Hustlers July 23 Twins vs Red Raiders Bombers vs Hawks 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 oi 0 Oj PARIS iAPi — The record- 0 l keeper can relax for a while l! Aus'.-alia's Ron Clarke, who Dodgers Drub Tigers 13-0 In Ironwood Little League action Friday evening, the Dodgers ran dowivthe Tigers with a 13-0 victory. The shutout will be credited to B. Carlson, who went the distance for the Dodgers. Carlson gave up one hit a single by Cricks, walked one and struck out nine Tigers. J. Cricks started on the hill ______ for the Tigers but was relieved'-r , P .T7~ by G. Lindner in the fourth! ICCh Sextet to Play Muskrats As last year except Nov. 15- April l in S a g i n a w River marshes. Prairie chickens and sharp- tailed grouse Drummond Island opened, Dickinson County closed. Wild Turkeys Nov. 6-14, Allegan County. 400 permits, one turkey per hunter. Wildfowl Bay Refuge Renew closing order. Rifle River recreation area Renew goose closure order Bobwhitc Quail Nov 11-15, in counties of St. Joseph. Branch, Hillsdale, Lenawee, Monroe, Wayne, Washtenaw. Jackson, Calhoun, Kalamazoo. Eaton, Ingham, Oakland, Macomb, St. Clair. Limits of 4 per day, 8 in possession, 12 for season. inning. Together they gave up Clarke Ends Europe Tour i 12 hits, walked three and struck j out four. Kuklinskl, Lutey, Komar o m y and Aho belted doubles for the Dodgei s Bob Tillman's gle. Hector Lopez led the Yankees against Washington, driving in three runs with a sacrifice fly and a bases-loaded .single, the Baltimore Detroit E—Robinson, 000 000 100 01—2 i nas set four m a Jor world track 001 000 000 00—1 ; and fielcl records, has finished his seven-week tour of Europe Wert. DP—Balt- LOB—Balti- imore 2. Detroit 3. more 13, Detroit 12. 2B—Rctainson, Lumpe, Bettor Wins $74,221.80 PHILADELPHIA <AP) — One unidentified bettor won $74 221.80 Friday night by picking the four winners of the Twin In Boston Tourney HOUGHTON (AP) -Michigan Tech officials announced Friday the school's hockey team would join Michigan as the western representatives in the Boston Christmas Hockey Tournament next Di-pemtaer 27-29. Boston University and Northeastern will represent the East. Defending champion Michigan edged Boston U. 4-3 in the title game last year. North- latter m New York's five-run j jup. Cash HR-Powell (6). S-| distance records tM sumraer * lii v/-i A ,,*i ^ i .. »_ « _ i , Aflf»Mo llvA*V»ToiM _ , . •**« wb**«4*4.i^4. * Jazy, who is now treating him- third. A solo homer by Bobby Richardson in the fourth proved to be the winner. Kansas city rushed in four Pappas McNallv Miller Haddix there, t-ddint; runs in clusters of i McLaip three in the thiru and sixth i pen '> . • ., ——«..... w tj ^^*u v 4 UUAH-V* ill iWUl chiel reasons Angel manager runs after two were out in the Rigney was being exposed to; first inning and romped in from some severe second guessing today on his move in taking out Brunei at a key Juncture. Brunei had a 3-0 lead ami had allowed only three White Sox hits through seven innings. But the White Sox' Ken Berry led off the eighth with a single and o | Rigney decided Brunet had had McNally, McLain -„ --.enough. o—n; He sent in x~a, single and Smoky against the stunned Twins, Twu walks and .six singles got the A's started after two were out. Baltimore tied Detroit l-l on BOOK Powell's homer in the seventh inning and won it in the llth when Brooks Robinson led Sherry IP 3 4 1 3 71-3 1 2-3 2 W— HaUUix i3-0>. (3-4). WP- -Sherry 2. T 327. ERBBSO 2 2 0 3 4 0 o i Sherry and isn't going to be running for a whi:c Clarke and France's Michael °p ub ' c at Liberty Bell Harness Jazy have rewritten most of the I ™ ' ,„ . ^ The Twin Double payoff was the -3:22. A--15,- self to a vacation, set records at one and two miles, 2,000 and 3,000 meters. Clarke was equally impressive, setting records at three and six miles, 5,000 and 10.000 meters, His latest assault was last Wednesday with a record 29:47 for six miles *nd 27:39.4 for 10,000 meters In Oslo, Norway He closed out the tour In Paris Friday night by winning the 5,in a slow 13:32.4 on a the second highest ever at three-year-old track. On opening night this season a bettor won $74,459.20. Friday night's winning 4-3-4-8 combination consisted of Ace Quinton, $18.40, in the sixth race. Singing Sam, $13.80, in the seventh, Scout's Honor, $19, in the eighth «id solar Wave, $30 In the ninth. 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