Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 17, 1965 · Page 16
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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1963. * Ironwood, Bessemer Win in Babe Ruth League Tourney l Games Slated This Afternoon, Finals Sunday Koufax Finally Makes It as Hitter in Beating Cubs 3-0 ironwood's All-Stars scored[ one ot tne worst nltters . contlr ;. an 8-0 shutout over Iron Moun-1 ue d his surprising batting pace 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 tain-Kingsford American, the Iron Mountain-Kingsford N a - tionals scored a 6-3 victory over Ishpeming and the Bessemer All-Star squad downed Calumet 2-0 in the first round of the District 8 B a b e Ruth B a s eball League Tournament that got Friday night as the Los Angeles Dodpprs defeated the Chicago Cubs 3-0 and remained just four percentage points behind National League-leading Cincinnati. The 29-year-old Dodger ace rapped two key singles, setting up two runs and scoring the other. under way Friday at M a s s ie The two-hit game, his fourth Field at Bessemer. The tnree winners will see action again this afternoon with Escanaba. which drew a bye foi the first round action. Bessemei and Iron Mount a i n- Kingsford National will s u p ply the action for today's s e c o nd game. The Ironwood-Escana b a game will begin at 2 p.m. and the Bessemer-Iron Mount a i n - Kingsfcrd National contest w i 11 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. That contest will be preceded by the consolation game which is slated for 2 p.m. Sunday. * * * Don Koivisto and Tom Eckstrom teamed up to give the Ironwood All-Stars the pitching and the power needed to a d - vance into the second round of of the season and second in a row, rocketed his batting average co .227 with 15 hits in 66 times bat. Never before has Koufav collected more than seven hits in a season. Never before has he batted better than .123. With two out in the second Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Cincinnati W. L. 51 36 Pet. G.B. .588 — .582 — .548 SVi .524 5¥i .523 .494 .489 .461 .459 11 .333 22 5Va 8 11 the tourney as Koivisto c o m- manded the pitching duties, a 1- lowing only one hit, striking out 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. Ironwood added to its run total in the seventh inning o n four runs on four hits and an error to climax the shutout. Peter Yantori collected the only Iron 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 I Minnesota Los Angeles 53 38 San Fran. .46 38 Milwaukee 44 40 Phila'phia 45 41 Pittsburgh 44 45 St. Louis 43 45 Chicago .. 41 48 Houston 39 46 New York . 29 58 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 Chi".ap:o at San Francisco New York at Milwaukee, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N inning. Jim Lefebvre singled. Instead of finding Koufax anj easy third out, Cub pitcher Larry Jackson found the ball sailing into center field for a single. Lefebvre stopped at second, then scored as Ernie Banks let Maury Wills' grounder get by him fo'- an error. Koufax followed across as Jim Oilliam singled Then, in the sixth, Lefebvre | walked with two out, and thisi time Koufax lined a single up the middle. Lefebvre again moved to second, then scooted home on Wills' single. Oh yes The victory was Koufax' 10th straight and 16th of the season — high in the majors — j against three defeats. He posted its third shutout and lowered his earned run average to 2.02 while completing his 15th game n 22 starts. He also extended his National eague record by reaching 200 strikeouts for the fifth consecu- ive year. He fanned nine, giving him a major league-lead- ng total of 204, just 102 away i-om his National League record of 306. Elsewhere In the league, Cincinnati knocked off Philadelphia 5-1, Milwaukee crushed Pitts- mrgh 12-2, St. Louis trimmed New York 8-5 and San Francisco nipped Houston 2-1. Cincinnati's Sammy Ellis pitched a five-hitter for his 13th victory against four defeats. I Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N Houston at Los Angeles, N American League 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 Rudy Steiner collecting mound win He allowed Cleveland Chicago Baltimore Detroit New York W. L. 54 31 50 35 49 35 50 36 47 37 43 46 with the three runs on seven hits, struck out 11 and walked one. i John Benzo cracked three singles for the winning nine and Craig Lindeman aided the win with a double and a homer. Ed Stlmac was tagged with the mound loss 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 one., walked one, all o w e d 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 Mountain-Kingsford National unit in today's second round. * * * The Bessemer All-Stars got) only two hits but, with some extremely heads-up baserunn i n e, scored the needed margin to rack up the victory. 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 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 bjj'l on the third strike. : Bessemer scored its first run 'Jn th6 fourth Inning on a walk to Menara, who staled sec o n d, scampered to third on a wild pitch and finally scoring on another wild pitch. , * * * - The second run came when joe Bonovetz walked and took second base when the catc h e r 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 Los Angeles 41 46 4 4V 4Va 6Va 13 14 Gogebic Shortstop Tournament Starts Today; Finals Sunday Qualifying play in the 14th an-1 the championship flight teeing nual Gogebic Shortstop Golf Tour I off at 8. Play will continue 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- about 4:30 in the afternoon. ern Michigan, Wisconsin and Min '• spectators are invited to follow nesota have entered the tourna- • the championship contenders in ment. the title match. Qualifying rounds must be A new champion will *<"«•»: YOUR MOVE—St. Louis Catcher Tim McCarver (15) 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 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 quail season, the first since 1911. —Extended the antlerless deer area by about 4,000 square miles to cover parts of Allegan, Montcalm, Clinton, Or allot, Saglnnw, and ingham counties. —Banned bear hunting In Lower Michigan for two years to rejuvenate what the department calls a seriously low bear population. luth in 1955, A. R. Munari of —Established a Dec. 8-16 elk Ironwood in 1956, Braff again in season, the second In a row aft- malnTng" on top of" the" Hit with i 1957, Poulin again in 1958, Bob er elk hunting had been banned an 11-2 record 1 Kolb of Houghton in 1959 and east of the Mississippi since the Angels Advance In Farm League w 11 . 8 . 7 STANDINGS Fighters , Angels Hustlers Red Raiders 6 Lions 5 Hawks 5 Bombers 3 Twins 1 L 2 3 5 5 6 7 8 10 played today and match play will crowned tomorrow since Den- begin tomorrow morning with! nis Tizianl, young Ironw o o d golfer, who won the crown last 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 1963 before coming back to capture the trophy again last sumin e r. They are the sons of Caesar Tiziani, the Gogeblc Country Club's pro. Emerson Rundquist, formerly of Ironwood, won the first tournament in 1952. Other winners were Len Poulin of Ironwood In "he Ironwood Farm Baseball League this week the Angels moved up from third to second place with the Fighters re- in 1953, Tony Landretti of ironwood in 1954, Bob Braff of Du- The Hustlers dropped By BERNIE KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer, catch up." from Warren Farley of Ishpeming and there's plenty of time to %?%$££ sttUhomheWrth 196 °' spot. The Lions moved up from . - , DETROIT (AP)-The Detroit! The Tigers stranded 12 run- a ^^ One of the Philadelphia hits was|Tigers waited an hour and sobers and picked up their lone seventn piace to firtn with a 5 . 6 Johnny Callison's 18th home run minutes to start their game with i run in the third inning on aj fl putting the Hawks in ' ' ' — ' Baltimore Friday night, then single by Bill Freehan and a gora^ aPC e W f tna 5 . 7 record . In the ninth inning. The Reds scored 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 McMillan, erasing a 4-2 New York lead. Bob Gibson brought his record to 11-7 although he gave up home runs to Charley Smith, Jesse Gonder, Johnny Lewis and Jim Hickman. Bob Shaw held Houston to two blew one scoring chance after i double by Jerry Lumpe . ,, • _i 11 i i T2oltirv»nvo ofo vf OT» TV/Hit another in the next three hours and 22 minutes. I The Bombers are now in the starter Milt Pappa^ j hth po sitlon witn a 3 . 8 rec- O nOAOIICA f\T O CTITT o i j left the game because of a stiff in Indians Gain LL Crown for 1965 W 11 The Orioles, with the help of ' Bnht e , lb ° w *"f* I !^ in JL n ^ In the deep cellar with a 1-10 STANDIN two wild pitches by reliefer Lai-. ""» , and "« Tigers were almost record ( Indians . ry Sherry, scored a run in the' hef ^ ess agamst a trl ° of relief In Thursday morning's games Dodgers 8 top of the llth inning and, p ™ s • t , .......... walked off with a 2-1 verdict. "Well, that's a tough one to lose," Manager Charlie Dressen| said. "But the season's still long- °" i but send Boat Races Set At Eagle River Jim Northrup doubled with £, * *" V two away in the eighth, and, str f keouts : ; the Angels defeated the Hustlers I ** ln * ne first game behlnd the four nitr and struck out eignt - rp h - i^nr.™ nltPhpr<: werp Heik- Norm Cash doubled in the tenth.' in the second game of the dou- jThe Orioles walked Al Kaline bleneade ; tne Fighters beat the ! ' n L e ^ iona l y . aftei :, Cash s ™ a " d J Twins 6-2 behind the excell e n t Cubs . 8 Yankees 5 Braves 5 Tigers 3 L 2 5 5 9 9 10 The Indians have clinched the league crown in the Ironw o o d Little League for the 1965 season nineteenth century. Action taken and changes In hunting regulations approved by the commission included: Deer Bow and arrow season—Permits one deer, either sex, per archer from Oct. 1-Nov. 5 except Oct. 1-Dec. 15 in Allegan County. Legislative action added Emmet, Menominee and part of Chippewa counties to bow and arrow area. Regular season—Upper Peninsula Nov 13-28. Lower Peninsula, Nov. 20-Dec. 5. Specia 1 seasons — One deer, either sex. Areas 1-14 (Upper Peninsula) Nov, 13-28. Areas 1556 (nearly all of Lower Michigan above Bay City-Muskegon line, oortions of western Lower 1 winning pitcher Harvey Haddix got Willie Horton to ground into i a double play. in EAGLE RIVER — The best wa jked and Don Demeter dellv- pitching of M. Dalpra, who struck out 10 batters and hit a homer to help his own cause. •ne Tigers maie some noise j Toijala nit a two-batter. The the llth when Bill Freehah losing p itc her was L. Kirkley with six strikeouts. hits through seven innings, one boat racing rigs in the midwest er ed a pinch-single with two Tn^ridav's action the Ftehters of th*m Joe Morgan's home! will tear through the Y e 11 o w; outs . But Dlck M cAuliffe fanned : J£ Another camebv trounciim run, and three Giant relievers i Birch lake coures at noon Sun- !and the Tlgers began ^ think' ^ Bombers 10-1 in the first *--,!. *..-_ .._^ .,.....„_ .... .. .. ,1 Am, r ,^ »-V,a thixr* onnnol p t o (• o . ., . . . ... „. _ . UJC DUIIIUCl O 1U i 111 UIC i 1 1 O I/ Washingt'n 36 52 Boston . 31 53 Kansas City 25 55 Pet. G.B .635 — .588 .583 .581 .560 .483 .471 .409 .369 22Va .313 26Mz Friday's Results Kansas City 10, Minnesota 2 Cleveland 4, Boston 3, 10 innings Chicago 4, Los Angeles 3, 11 innings Baltimore 2, Detroit 1, ll innings New York 9, Washington 5 Today's Games Los Angeles at Chicago Washington at New York Baltimore at Detroit Kansas City at Minnesota Boston 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. N held the Astros hitiess the rest of the way. Dick Schofield singled across the winning run in San Francisco's two-run seventh inning. Iron County Fishing Good Wisconsin conservation officers Warren Holger and Harley Lichtenwalner, iron County, report that most fishing in the county is good. Bass fishing is good day at the third annual s t a t e of the i r next game—this after- championship races at Eagle Ri ; noon aga inst their sons. er sponsored by the city Lions | Denn y McLain pitched well club. enough to win most games, but The colorful and exciting re- failed for the second time to! gatta celebration will be saluted ; po s t his seventh straight vic- in a torchlight Float-O-R a m a tory. parade tonight to kick off a He gave up just two singles boating weekend that also in- through first six innings before eludes selection of Eagle River's j 0 hn Powell hit a homer leading Blueberry Queen. O ff the seventl Selection and crowning of Ea- The score game and the Lions edged the Hustlers 6-4 In the sec o n d game. After retiring the side in the first inning, the Fighters came back in the bottom of the first inning furiously putting 10 runs across the plate, not giving the chance to get off off the seventh to tie the score. gle River's Blueberry Queen will i ocke d until remained the llth dead- when the ground. The winning pitcher was J. Kivi with seven strikeouts and the losing pitcher was T. take place at the Riverview Brooks Robinson doubled, took Schmi dt with nine strikeouts! some waters, the best bei n g North Bass lake, Weber and at 8:30. third on a wild pitch and scored! Dalpra will fea- on another wild pitch by lower doubles for the Fighters in ture artistically decorated floats sherry with Dick Brown at the *ignters. The Hustlers had the lead 4-3 until the fourth inning when An- illuminated for nighttime view- plate. - ___, Ing. This year's float parade, ex- Orlando Pena relieved McLain 1 derson belted "a t'wTrun homer"fo Wilson lakes. Panfish fishing is|Pected to draw over 40 entries, j n the eighth inning when the! the Lions and Fredrickson came —" J -"~ Orioles loaded tne bases ° n a !in on a walk to cinch the win good on most waters and northern fishing is from fair to good. Muskie's are starting to strike with a 51-incher being taken from the Gile Flowage recently. Walleye and trout fishing is fair with the streams in the area quite low at the present time. Lakes and flowages are about normal for this time of year stated the officers. 9:30 p.m. and will journey up couple of walks and Russ Sny- Eagle River to the T-dock on der's single Yellow Birch Lake for judging. Robinson bounced to Don Wert Riverview Park is an excellent wno turned it into a double play, viewing area for spectators. 'thanks to a good grab by Cash Over 130 entries are expect-: a t first. ed for the official state Cham-' pionship program, directed by the Wisconsin Stock Utility Outboard Association. i BALTIMORE AB R H BI Chisox Rally to Beat Angels After Manager Lifts Brunei By BOB GREEN Let's say you've got this trotted home. Ironwood [Iron Mom AB R H Klnjiford Fertile HOI Gothblad 4 1 nschulk* Sanders 4 2 2|Buchanen Koivisto 4 2 OjTreiber Palmgrtn 410 Waltrovich Eckstrom Mlklesh 422 402 Krznarlch .101 McRae 401 300 000 200 a n o DeGroot 1 0 0 HyJand 100 Fochesata a 0 0 OlBernardi 100 Yantorni Rice Backlund oodrenu Hansen Anderson Totals 34 8 81 Totalc 2 0 1 200 200 000 j 0 0 000 I/O 0 1 Ironwood ..... Iron Ml. Kingsford 400 OOU 4— 8 000 000 0—0 Ben?.o Nelson Laurence 000 4 1 t Romagnoli 400 Iron Mountain' Ifhpemlng Klnjsford National! AB R H AB R HlCharbonn'u 401 4 1 3|Laitincn 402 Polkingh'ne 400 201 200 200 3 1 0 2 1 1 200 1 0 0 000 3 1 3 AndtrEon Aho Lmdc-inan .1 1 2!Lampl St. Aniould 2 0 OlStlmvic Huimtn Steiner Caruso Eutizei Branback Duval Carey 0 0 OBlllingUm S 1 JiNuman 2 0 0 Chard 3 1 OjCarlson 0 0 0!Ameen 1 1 0 000 Totals 26 6 71 Totals 29 3 7 Ishpeming 030 000 0—3 Iron Mt.-Kingsford 002 31(1 x—6 Culuintl AB R H Tauiltinen a 0 (I ErkklU PeJto PIir»l* Klnonen nanlt Hodge« Cone Tatrow Allen 3 U 0 1 U 0 * U U [Be uiteiuci B«tlewi>lil Bonovstz Hcmkki.l« Menara 301 Kullk 800 Act R H 400 •2 i a 201 211 o o Barbacovl a U 0 •J 0 0 Kanto 0 u 0 Bojjg-etto :t o 0 Hensle.v il 0 -2 Gayoii 100 200 j U 0 i o o 'and dropped the ball, allowing it ipTS- add 1 2 games two 2 2 2i r . * Allen ,| o 2 Gayoii 1 u u Harvey 3 r> O'MorrUon l o 0 ' ola1 ' ToUU 22 2 3 , into left field, as Bonovetz! B« u .e"»« .V.V.V::.V:.V: m m £3 ' I pitcher who's gone seven in- inings and given up just three ihits and you've got a 3-0 lead and then he gives up one more 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 P.obinson and Eddie Fisher for key performances, quickly tied the Los Angeles Angels after George Brunet had been lifted and finally won it in the llth, 4-3. The victory lifted the Sox to third place, 4'/a games back of 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 Boston 4-3 in 10 innings, New York took Washington 9^5 and Baltimore edged Detroit 2-1 in 11 innings, all in night games. The clutch performances of Fisher and Robinson were the chief reasons Angel manager Rigney was being exposed to some severe second guessing today on his move in taking out Brunet at a key Juncture. Brunet had a 3-0 lead and had flowed only three White Sox hits through seven innings. But the White Sox' Ken Berry led off the eighth with a single and Rigney decided Brunet had had enough. He sent in Bab Lee. Another single and Smoky Burgess' sac- Aparick) ss 5 Snyder rf 5 Powell Ib 4 Robinson 3b 4 Blefary If 4 Bowens rf 0 Orisno c 4 Palmer pr 0 Brown c 1 Brandt cf 5 rifice fly produced one run and another single sent Lee to the showers. Ed Sukla relieved him, got one man out, and then Robinson's pinch double drove in two runs that tied it and sent it i into extra innings. j Robinson also tripled in the M'A'liffe ss • 5 winning run in the llth, beating! Lumpe 2b 5 Adair 2ta 5 Pappa? p l Siebern ph 0 Lau pn Totals 1 39 0 Dean Chance and giving Eddie Fisher his llth victory — most in the league — against three losses. Larry Brown's homer leading off the 10th inning won it for the Indians and handed Boston's Dick Radatz his seventh loss. The Indians had taken a 3-2 lead in the sixth on homers by Fred Whitfield and Leon Wagner, but Boston tied it in the ninth on Bob Tillman's run-scoring single. DETROIT AB R H Bl 000 2 Cash Ib 3 Kaline cf 4 Horton If Northrup rf Thomas ph Wert eb ... .. 4 .. l .. 4 Freehan c 4 McLain p 2 Wood ph 0 Demetpr ph Totals 38 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 Both teams had big bats with P. Anderson belting two singles and one homer for the Lions and D. Erlckson slamming a two-Dagger and a homer for the Hustlers. Anderson was the winn i n g pitcher with eight strikeouts and L. Johnson was the losing pitcher, also with eight strikeouts. The following is the Farm 1 League Schedule: 01 July 19 0 i Bombers vs Angels 01 Lions vs Red Raiders 0 i July 2ft o Lions vs Twins 0 Hustlers vs Bombers 0 ! July 21 0 j Hawks vs Twins Red Raiders vs Angels July 22 Angels vs Twins Fighters vs Hustlers July 23 Twins vs Red Raiders Bombers vs Hawks as they enter the last week of | Michigan and small areas action with an 11-2 record. | around Brighton and northeast The Dodgers, wno are In second place, have no chance to catch the league leaders even though there are two games remaining on the Dodgers' Schedule. Their 8-5 record is out of reach of the league championship. The Cubs are In a second place tie with the Dodgers but the Cubs have only a single game left on this year's slate and cannot come close to catching the Indians. The Yankees and the Braves are also deadlocked in the league's fourth spot, both with 5,9 tallies and both squads have one game remaining in next week's schedule. Holding down the oottom spot in the league standings are the Tigers with a 3-10 record but they have two games remaining to be played next week and could climb out of the leag u e cellar with a pair of wins. The schedule of next week's games will see the Dodgers tangle with the Braves and the Indians meet the Tigers on Monday evening. Tuesday the Cubs will p la y the Yankees in the first affair and the Dodgers will take on the Tigers in the season finale. Baltimore Detroit 000 000 100 01—2 001 000 000 00—1 E—Robinson, Wert. DP~Balt- Imore 2, Detroit 3. LOB—Baltimore 0, Detroit 12. 2B—Robinson, Lumpe, Northrup, Cash HR—Powell (6). S— McNalty, McLain. Pappas McNallv Miller Haddix McLain Pena Sherry IP 3 4 1 3 JI 2 2 1 2 1/2 ERBBSO Hector Lopez led the Yankees against Washington, driving in three runs with a sacrifice fly and a bases-loaded single, the latter in New York's five-run third. A solo homer by Bobby Richardson in the fourth proved to be the winner. Kansas City rushed in four runs after two were out in the first inning and romped in from there, t'dcling runs in clusters of three In the third and sixth against the stunned Twins. Two walks and six singles got the A's started after two were out. Baltimore tied Detroit 1-1 on Boog Powell's homer in the seventh inning and won it in the . „ „ , llth when Brooks Robinson led 1 Felix Mantilla, who hit 30 000 meters in a slow 13:32.4 on a off with a double and scored on home runs for the Boston Red soggy track — far off the 13:25.8 two wild pitches by Larry Sher-iSox last season, broke In with ('pending mark he set two weeks 71-3 5 1 2-3 2 2 U 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 w— Haddix (3-0). L — Sherry (3-4). WP~Sherry 2. T—3:22. A—15,327. Clarke Ends Europe Tour PARIS (AP) — The record- keeper can relax for a while Australia's Ron Clarke, who has set four major world track and field records, has finished his seven-week tour of Europe and isn't going to be running for a whi:c Clarke and France's Michael Jazy have rewritten most of the distance records this summer. Jazy, who is now treating himr self to a vacation, set records at one a^rt 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, repord 20:47 for six; jnllf? «n,d 27:39.4 for 10,000 meter? In Oslo, Norway. He closed out the tour In Paris Friday night by winning the 5,- Dodgers Drub Tigers 73-0 In Irpnwood Little League action Friday evening, the Dodgers ran dowifcthe 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 of Lansing, extends to cover parts of Allegan. Montcalm, Clinton Gratlot, Saginaw, and Ingham counties). Nov. 20-Dec. 5. Allow about 30,000 more permits. Elk Open season—Dec. 8-16, one elk, no 1964 licensee eligible, areas of Cheboygan, Otsego, Presque Isle, and Montmorency counties. Bear Under bear-hunting license- Upper Peninsula except Keweenaw County, Sept. 1-15, Oct. 1- Nov. 5, dogs permitted, use firearms or bow and arrow. Under bow-and-arrow license —Same area, Oct. 1-Nov. 5, no dogs. Under gun deer hunting license—Upper Peninsula, during gun deer hunting seasons. Bobcat Lower Peninsula seasons changed from Dec. 15-Feb. 15 to all of January and February. Muskrats As las* year except Nov. 15- April ). in Saginaw River marshes. Prairie chickens and sharp- tailed grouse Drummond Island opened, Dickinson County closed. Wild Turkeys Nov. 6-14, Allegan County, 400 permit-p, one turkey per hunter. Wildfowl Bay Refuge Renew closing order. Rifle River recreation area Renew goose closure order Bobwhite 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. for the Tigers but was relieved by G. Lindner in the fourth inning. Together they gave up 12 hits, walked three and struck out four. Kuklinskl, Lutey, Kqmar omy and Aho belted doubles for the Dodgers Bettor Wins $74,221.80 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — One unidentified bettor won $74,221.80 Friday night by picking the four winners of the Twin Double at Liberty Bell Harness Park. The Twin Double payoff was the second highest ever at the three-year-old track. On opening night this season 9 bettor won $74,459.20. Friday night's Winning 4-3-4-8 combination consisted of Ace Quintan, $18.40, in the sixth race, Singing Sam, $13.80, In the seventh, Scout's Honor, $19, In the eighth aind. Solar Wave, $39, In the ninth. ry. jthe Milwaukee Braves in 1956. | ago. Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOS ANGELES—Luis Rodriguez, 150%, Miami, Fla., stopped Memo Ayon, 160, Mexico, 3. Tech Sextet to Play 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 December 27-29. Boston University and Northeastern will represent the East. Defending champion Michigan edged Boston U. 4-3 in the title game last year. CAR SLUGGISH? LET US LOOK INTO IT! Sparkplugs, battery, engine . . . whateyer's wrong with your car, we £ut right. Drive in for a thorough under - the - hood ch*ck-up soon. Count on bur skill and experience to sav«? you time, trouble, money! 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