Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 24, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, May 24, 1965
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MONDAY, MAY 24, 7965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN NIN1 3 Outfielders Cannot Defend Against Dome ' By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer What's up in the National League, when three outfielders aren't enough at Houston and two are quite sufficient at Chicago? .-The Los Angeles Dodgers unveiled a unique two-outfielder defensive alignment at Chicago Sunday — and got away with it .-— but even with three outfielders the Astros were unable to defend against The Dome. The Dome turned on the Astros in the first inning when Jim Wynn found the glare too hard to handle and lost a fly ball by Jim Ray Hart that went for an inslde-the-park homer with two men on and started the San Francisco Giants on the way to 'a 5-2 victory. •'i'saw the ball as it left the bat," said Wynn, "but never after that." Houston officials quickly went to; work, and said they would paint the plastic bubble, which is what they did last time. Only this time pastels are out. The color scheme will either be green, blue or black. Pitcher Ken Johnson, who last year lost a no-hitter and turned out to be the latest victim of The Dome, had no comment. Three innings after he left the- game it was announced that he had been traded to Milwaukee for outfielder Lee Maye. The Dodgers, meanwhile, pulled their unique player shift irt the 12th inning of a 3-2, 16- inhihg loss to the Cubs. With one man on and pitcher Lindy McDaniel up for Chicago, Dodger Manager Walt Alston brought right-fielder Ron Fairly in; to play first and move* first- baseman Wes Parker halfway up the line between home and first, guarding against the obvious bunt situation. This left the Dodgers with only Lou Johnson and Willie Davis in the outfield. The shift worked. McDaniel bunted foul on the third strike. Elsewhere in the NL, the St. Louis Cardinals outlasted the New York Mets 8-7 in 12 innings for their fifth straight victory and 10th in 11 games, Phlladel- phis edged Cincinnati 4-3 in 10 innings and Pittsburgh crushed Milwaukee 10-1. * * * The Cubs had collected only one hit from the 12th through 15th innings off Dodger reliever Jim Brewer but Howie Reed came on in the 18th, was tagged for a double by Ernie Banks and then lost his control. He walked Doug Clemens Intentionally but fired a wild pitch that let the runners move up a base. So he .issued another intentional walk to Vic Roznovsky. Then he proceeded to walk pinch-hitter George Altman and force in the winning run. The Mets built a 7-0 lead after seven innings on a pair of two- run homers by Bob Taylor and Charley Smith's three-run double. But'Tim McCarver cracked a two-run homer off Gary Kroll in the eighth, and the Cardinals tied it with a five-run ninth that started with Roy McMillan fumbling a grounder and finished with Ron Swoboda falling down on a routine fly by Dal Maxvill that went for a bases-loaded triple. The; Cardinals scored the clincher in the 12th on a single by Curt Flood, a walk to Lou Brock and Bill White's double. * * * The Phillies won it in the 10th after Cincinnati reliever Gerry Arrigo seemed to have pitched out of a bases-loaded and none- cut situation. Frank Thomas' single, a double by Alex Johnson and a walk filled the bases before Arrigo struck out Johnny Callison. Arrigo then got Cookie Rojas to lift a fly to Vada Pinson,. Pinson's throw home had pinch runner John Herrnstein doubled up as he attempted to score from third ;but he rammed into catcher Johnny Edwards and jarred the ball loose. The Pirates completed a three-game sweep of the Braves as Bob Veale pitched a four-hitter while striking out nine. Andre Rodgers hit a grand-slam homer for Pittsburgh and Roberto Clement* stroked three singles. Regan Due to Start Again DETROIT (AP) — Manager Bob Swift said Sunday he would probably reinstate Phil Regan in the starting pitchers rotation until Denny McLain recovers from his back injury. , "Regan showed me some good •itufi out there today." Swift laid after the right-hander bad given up Just one nit in 4 1-3 Innings in the second game. Regan started the season as the team's No. 5 starter but was moved to the bullpen after losing three games. Al Kalirie returned to the Starting lineup in the first game White Sox Batter Chance From Mound En Route to 8-3 Victory By MURRAY CRASS | Associated Press Sports Writer What's wrong with Dean Chance? "Don't ask me; I can't explain it," said the 1964 Cy Young winner after the Chicago White Sox battered him from the mound en route to an 8-3 triumph over the Los Angeles Angels Sunday. Chance, whose 20-9 record last season earned him the award as the best pitcher in the majors, now has dropped three games in 13 days and has seen his earned run average soar to 3.88. He lasted only 2 2-3 innings against the White Sox, giving up six runs on five hits and five walks. "All I know is that this is the worst I've ever pitched," said Chance, who posted a 3-0 record before slipping into his losing streak. "It can't be that I'm not in shape because I pitched three complete games this spring. At this time last season, the 23-year-old right-hander had a 31 record and a 2.03 earned-run average game with a homer, double and sacrlflte fly. Ken McMullen added a homer and pitcher Phil Ortega a two-run double in a four-run sixth. Joe Pepitone and Tom Tresh homered for the Yankees. Pepitone unloaded a three-run blast in the sixth inning of the second game for all of New York's runs. Pedro Ramos saved the victory for Al Downing after the Senators had scored a run in the ninth and had two on and two out. Ramos threw one pitch and King grounded it to second. Chance never * gave himself a chance against Chicago. He walked the first two batters in the game, and the White Sox were on their way to a three-run inning. He finished his brief performance by walking pitcher Joe Horlen with two out and the bases loaded in the third. The Ohio farmer, however, wasn't the only pitcher with Washburn Wins Tourney Game The Washburn High 8 e b o o 1 baseball team edged out • 5-4 win over Ondossagon High School in the first game of the WIAA Regional Baseball Tournament now being held at Montreal Field. The contest was played on Saturday. Hurley and Ashl and will provide the thrills for the second game as the two schools meet on the same diamond at 4 this afternoon. The winning pitcher for Washburn was Scott Undsey and Rick Benedict caught the win while the losing battery was Tom Perkovich and Larry Qlrga. The winner of this afternoon's Hurley-Ashland game will play Mercer on Tuesday at 4 pan. and Washburn will meet the winner of that contest on Wednesday. Net Title Won By Kalamazoo KALAMAZOO (AP)—Perenial favorite Kalamazoo became the MIAA tennis champion Saturday and Albion retained its track crown. Kalamazoo easily outdistanced the field, capturing all five singles events and one of the two doubles matches in scoring 20 points. Following were Hope 13, Albion 8, Calvin 4, Alma 3, Olivet 1 and Adrian 0. Albion became the track champion for the second straight year, piling up seven firsts and placing in every event for 78 points. Second place went to Calvin with 53, followed by Hope 47, Kalamazoo 31, Olivet 16, Adrian 8 and Alma 7. The MIAA All-Sports Trophy went to Albion for the first time since 1961. The Britons toek firsts in football, cross country, Friday's golf meet and track. They finished' well up in the standings in tennis, basketball and baseball. In 1937, Texas Tech flew to Detroit in one of the first plane trips for a football team. St. Ambrose 7th In Golf Tourney The St. Ambrose High School golf team, sparked by a brilliant performance by Larry Tizia n i. finished seventh hi a field of 18 teams in the Upper Penins u 1 a High School Golf championships held Saturday at Manistique. Tiziani captured a tie for second place Individual honors with Bill Smith of Sault Ste. Marie, both with 78. The St. Ambrose team was made up of Ray Kolesar, Paul Malovrh, Charles LUttquist and Tiziani. Escanaba and Ishpemtaff tfcd for the Upper Pcntasutal top spot with 347 each. Menominee, at 349i was third. The top med- alist was Jim Olsen witH 71, Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATE* FBESS InternatkiMl Leaf** Saturday's Results Syracuse 6, Rochester 5 Toronto 8, Buffalo 5 Jacksonville 0, Toledo 4 Columbus 2, Atlanta 1 Sunday's Results Toronto 12^2, Buffalo 2*1 Syracuse 1-2, Rochester W» Atlanta 3-5, Columbus 1-1, 111 game 16 innings Toledo 7, Jacksonville 4 problems Sunday. Detroit's Hank Aguirre had two Baltimore runners caught off first base, but both escaped the traps and made it safely to second. Bob Johnson reached second in the fourth inning when no Tiger covered the base. Luis Aparicio made it in the seventh when Don Demeter's throw hit him In the back. Both Johnson and Aparicio scored, helping the Orioles to a 7-3 victory. Balti more completed the doubleheader sweep by taking the nightcap 8-3. In other American League games, Boston swept Cleveland 6-2 and 8-3 and Washington whipped New York 7-3, before bowing 3-2. Rain washed out Kansas City at Minnesota. Horlen, Eddie Fisher and Hoyt Wilhelm each pitched three inning as Chicago snapped a three-game losing streak. Pete Ward led the attack, driving in three runs with two doubles and a sacrifice fly. Baltimore's Jack Brandt drove in five runs with four hits as the Tigers dropped their fifth doubleheader this season. Brandt's two-run homer followed by Norm Siebern's blast in the ninth inning clinched the opening-game triumph for Steve Barber. * * Brandt capped a four-run first inning in the nightcap with a two-run single, then ignited a four-run ninth with another single. Bill Freehan and George Thomas homered tor Detroit. Two errors by Cleveland's Chuck Hinton brought the Red Sox three unearned runs in each game. Hinton let Frank Mai- zone's grounder get through him in the third inning of the opener and touched off a three-run Boston eighth in the second game by dropping Lee Thomas' pop fly. Felix Mantilla powered the Red Sox in the nightcap with a three-run homer in the fifth inning. That blow wiped out a 2-0 Cleveland lead built on Rocky. Colavito's ninth homer. Jim King batted in three Washington runs in the first after missing four games due to a wrist injury. He went hitless in three trips and struck out in a pinch-hitting role in the second game. Except for Regan's work and a good performance in each game by Terry Fox, the Tigers relief corps faltered in the twin- bill. Stu Miller ran his shutout inning streak to 21 2-3 as he came on in the eighth inning of each game to save the victories for Steve Barber and Dave McNally. Golfers Start Season May 27 ONTONAOON — A meeting of the Ontonagon Woman's Twi- Light Golf League has decided to begin the season of play on Thursday, May 27. Members have been asked to note the change of day for 1965. Pairings for the first day of league play are as follows: Bacracr B.xei OHebi G«me. OH Flossie Strong Mary Pigeon Betty Poppc Mf rit Doyle Dori» Can. 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