Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 27, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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THURSDAY, MAY 27,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MINI Ironwood Little League Teams Cardinals Split To Play Opening Gomes June J j, k , . k . . , In Net Matches June 1 has been set as opening day in the Ironwood Little League and the schedule for Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota ... 23 13 .639 — Chicago 24 14 .632 — Detroit 21 17 .553 3 Baltimore .. 22 18 .550 3 Cleveland . 19 17 .528 4 Los Angeles . 21 20 .512 4M> Boston 17 20 .459 6'/ 2 New York ... 17 22 .436 7Va Washington 17 25 .405 Kansas City 10 25 .286 12Va Wednesday's Results Kansas City 6, Baltimore 3 Cleveland 3, Chicago 1 Los' Angeles 2, Washington Minnesota 9, .Boston 7 New York at Detroit, rain Today's Games Minnesota at Boston Kansas City at Baltimore, N Los Angeles at Washington, N New York at Detroit, N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Minnesota at Washington, twi-night Los Angeles at Baltimore, 2 twi-night Kansas City at Boston, N Cleveland at Detroit, N New York at Chicago, N National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 25 15 .625 Cincinnati .. 23 15 .605 St. Louis' .... 23 16 .590 Milwaukee . 19 16 .543 San Francisco 21 20 .512 Chicago 19 20 .487 Philadelphia 18 22 .450 Houston 19 24 .442 Pittsburgh .. 15 24 .385 New York ..15 25 .375 Wednesday's Results Houston 8, Cincinnati 3 V/z 41/2 5Va 7 7V4 10 he first round of action has been announced by league spokesmen. All games will be played at he Ironwood Little League Field across from the Ironwood Armory and the evening doubleheaders will start promptly at 4:45 p.m. The Little-League's chief umpire again this year -will be HJal- mer (Tubber) Carlson, Following is the season schedule for the first half of play, with the first team named for each game being the home team. June 1 Cubs vs Indians Dogers vs Tigers June 2 Braves vs Yankees Indians vs Dodgers June 3 Yankees vs Tigers Braves vs Cubs June 7 Yankees vs Indians Tigers <vs Braves June 8 Cubs vs Dodgers Braves vs Indians June 9 Tigers vs Cubs Dodgers vs Yankees June 14 Dodgers vs Braves Cubs vs Yankees June 15 Indians vs Tigers Yankees vs Braves June 16 Indians vs Cubs Tigers vs Dodgers June 21 Tigers vs Yankees Dodgers vs Indians June 22 Cubs vs Braves Indians vs Yankees June 23 Braves vs Tigers Dodgers vs Cubs June 28 Cubs vs Tigers Indians vs Braves NEOAUNEE — Wakefleld's tennis Cardinals split in their invasion of the Marquette Range Tuesday afternoon, falling to the defending Class "A-B" champion Marquette Red men 8-1, but coming back in the nightcap to edge the Negaunee Miners 5-4. Most of the matches with Marquette were closely contest e d all the way. The Redmen swept all four doubles matches arid the Cards were able to win only one of the five singles contests. The Cards' No. 1 entry In doubles, Roger Koski-Jerry M a k i, after winning its opening set against Marquette's Brian Pe terson-S a n d y O'Dell, 8-6, dropped its next two 6-8 and 16, while Jim smith, Wakefield's No. 1 singles player, fell in Milwaukee 10, San Francisco Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 3 St. Louis 2, Los Angeles 1 Chicago 8, New York 8 Today's Games Chicago at New York Cincinnati at San Francisco Pittsburgh at Philadepphla, N St. Louis at Houston, N Milwaukee at Los Angeles, N Friday's Games Pittsburgh at New York, N Chicago at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Houston, N Milwaukee at Los Angeles, N Cincinnati at San Francisco, N June 29 Yankees vs Dodgers Tigers vs Indians June 30 Braves vs Dodgers Yankees vs Cubs straight sets to Steve Kemp, Marquette, 6-4, 6-3. * * * Against Negaunee, the Cards were trailing 4-3 going into the final two matches of the evening and key victories by Bill Lehotsky-John Valesano in doubles and Glen Maki, in singles, turned the tables for the invading Cardinals. Lehostky-Valesano tripped up Joe Baldini-Dick Kivislto 6-4, S- 3, while Maki toppled Bob Veale, Miner netter, 6-1, 7-5. Wakefield's leading entries were stunned in their matches with the Miners as Jim Smith fell before Baldini, 6-0, 8-1 and Koskl-Maki lost out to Jeff Harris-Charles Wassberg, 6-1, 6-2. Dual Results: Marquette-8 Wakefield -1 Singles—Steve Kemp (M) over Jim Smith (W, 6-4, 6-3; Dennis Seppanen (M) over Daniel Seppa (W), 6-3, 7-5; John Petranek (W) defeated Charles L i n d - quist (M), 6-1, 6-2; David Orr (M) over Glen Maki (W), 6-1, 6-1; Lew McLain (M) over Daniel Mattson (W), 6-3, 5-7, 7-5. GETS SCHOLARSHIP—Anton Colasacco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton P. Colasacco, 33 E. Lake Avenue, is the recipient of the Board of Trustees Scholarship at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo. He is a graduate of St. Ambrose High School and has attended the Gogebic Community College for two years. He will graduate with an associate of arts degree Wednesday, June 2. Colasacco will major in psychology at Western and minor in the social science and history area. He will participate in the advanced ROTO program and will serve two years in the U.S. Army after graduation. His future plans include .the possibility of staying in the Army, teaching or going into advanced psychology work for which he would obtain a master's degree. The Board of Trustees Scholarship is a tuition scholarship renewable for the second year upon satisfactory performance during the initial year. Holy Name Unit Honors Groups At a Banquet BESSEMER—The Holy Name Society ol the St. Sebastian Catholic Church, at a supper meeting Sunday evening, installed officers, and honored retiring officers, Holy Name Soci e t y acolytes and the person-j nel of the parochial school bas-i ketball team, cheerleaders and! ski team. Presid e n t Walter Masla n ka presided as host and toastmas- silver medal, and 3rd place, a bronze medal, as follows: 4th grade and under: Boys— 1st Tom Mascotti; 2nd, J i m Massie: 3rd. Mike Burla; girls, Carolyn Steiger: 2nd. Mary Jo i D i m p e r i o: : Malmberg. 3rd Mary Kay ation to the retiring officers for their leadership and serv I c e during their tenure of office. Included were Walter Masl a n k a, soon as possible. The delay Is caused by the fact that Northern Natural's application was contested, in a contested case, president; Oeno Matrella, vice j it Is necessary for the commls- president; Leo Lampart, secre-1 sion to consider the entire record tary, and Leonard Salaj, treas-j before making its determination. lurer. i "rades- Bovs—1st i Bernard Proft headed t ,,-!n (Hm-iPvi: and'' h °st committee, assisted by K lit is doing this, and I hope Its e j decision will be made shortly. "The earlier decision by the Mart • Jim Martel; TPf rev' PriS' ' Vrancic. Walter walczak. George | commission on the appltcatt o n Pn- TPf rev Pri Jeffrey Pnc w , a eis. s'«!!J!«i to ~ rlot i:i'"K'tSI^'-^Z^;!-!» St. Ambrose, 1st. of Michigan Consolidated Gas Immediately be- brose, 1st. rt™ "" ~ ~""—- • '" „««' i cause it was not contested n»i *4 D* l-i i-r \tnr1ao • T3nt!t: T til* iVlt . ClllU 4.V11 o- U UlliJ V Cll diJl, Wll o i . and 8th grades. Boyb, Lai- _.,. • -so many persons h ry Mascotti. 1st; Paul Malmberg, j 2nd; Wally Clesweski, St. Ambrose, 3rd; girls. Sherry Qulett, 1st: unro-nulrh onrt Mrs TTu Vaigovlch, and Mrs. Eu- of the year, won all 24 pacing events in 1964. The son of Adios —Brenna Hanover cost $50,000 at the Harrisburg, Pa., yearling sale in 1963. The 2-year-old pacer earned $173,298. Doubles Peterson-O'D e 11 Woman's Club Year Concluded Illinois fullback Jim Grabowski led the Big Ten in rushing last season with 723 yards on 139 carries. Announcement The American Legion Post No. 5 Will Have A FISH FRY Every FRIDAY Starting FBI., MAY 28 and Each Friday Thereafter at 5 p.m. In The Legion Club Rooms Ironwood Memorial Building Serving: PERCH TROUT SHRIMP (M) over Koski-Maki (W), 6-8, 8-6, 6-1; Dennis Betway-Dean Bocklund (M) over Bill Lehotsky-John Valesano (W), 8-6, 6-2; Petier Rosten-Jeff Glass (M) over Al Inkala-Sheldon Jakk o 1 a (W), 6-4, 6-4; David Drury-Harold Gislason (M) over Rog e r Bugni-Roy Saari (W), 7-5, 7-5. Wakefield-5 Negaunee-4 *' * * Singles—Joe Baldini (N) over Jim Smith (W), 6-0, 6-1; Dan Seppa (W) over Dick Kivisto (N), 10-8, 6-2; Jeff Harris (N> over John Petranek (W), 6-3; Glen Maki (W) over 6-3, Bob Veale (N), 6-1, 7-5; Charles Wassberg (N) over Dan Mattson (W), 6-2, 6-3. Doubles — Harris -Wassberg (N) over Koski-Maki (W), 6-1, 6-2; Lehotsky-Valesano (W) over Baldinl-Kivisto (N), 6-4, 6-3; Al Inkala-Sheldon Jakkola (W) over Veale-Dan Carilli (N), 6-3, 6-2; Roy Saari-Roger Bugni (W) over Collins-Duquette (N), 6-1, 6-1. The split at Marquette and Negaunee gave the Cardinals a dual meet record of 4-3 for the season, scoring victories over Iron Mountain, Menom i n e e , Ironwood and Negaunee, while losing to stambaugh, Cr ys t a 1 Falls and Marquette. ONTONAGON — The Ontonagon Woman's Club concluded a successful year with the President's Day dinner Tuesday evening at Silver Court. Covers were laid for about 50 members and guests at tables attractively decorated with spring flowers. At each setting was an attractive place card. The invocation was given by Mrs. C. J. Crook- president of the Federation of of Women's Clubs. After the dinner, Mrs. J. Wilbert Ralph introduced three guests, Mrs. F. L. Wilson, Mrs. James Sanderson and Mrs. M.J Voelker, all of White Pine. Mrs. Wilson presented an entertaining program on art. She described art as a talent, noting that everyone has a talent of some kind, although it may not be art. She noted that everyone should-learn to apply herself to some kind of talent and to.culti- vate some art in herself, and that art is giving and doing of oneself. She told how to select pictures and works of art for one's home. Mrs. Wilson also illustrated how to draw a picture and each person present participated. Mrs. Ralph said she had received a letter from Mrs. David Kline, who had recently moved from Ontonagon, in which she extended greetings to the members of the club. The members voted to contribute $5 to the Cancer Fund Drive which is now being conducted. Mrs. Ralph asked the GRAND RAPIDS (AP)— Ap- members to have a check-up, noting that a check-up may save a ter. The Rev. Leslie Borman, athletic director, announced athletic achievement awards alter reviewing the performance of the "A" and "B" basketball teams, the cheerleaders and the Ski teams, instituted this year in the parochial school athletic program. He expressed appreciation to the basketball coaches, Joseph Modjewski and Bernard Maccani; to the referees, Mark Martini, Joe Sofio, Andre' Re Jim Ippolite, Joe Jurasin and Dennis Bretall, and Paul Mascotti, who arranged for the parochial school ski meet at Indian- head Mountan, and to the Bessemer Board of Education and coaches for use of the gymnasium for basketball. Father Borman, reviewing the basketball season, noted that the "A" team won second place in the paroc h i a 1 school tournament and the "B" team took the tournament champions h i p In Its division. He related many humorous incidents experienc e d during the season, and in a serious vein, he commended the players, stressing the importance of team performance. "I hope," he said, "that what you have learned during the past years will not be in vain; the Rev. the recipients and stressed the united effort for the comm o n good. "We should always strive to use our creative talents end physical abilities to further the cause of betterment, not only for oursevles, but (or our fellowmen." he said. Father Franczek officiated in Clevenger Urges Gas Bid Action WASHINGTON - Cong r e s s- man Ray Clevenger (D., Mich.) has written to the Federal Power Commission concerning the pending application to have na- So many persons have worked very hard and long to bring natural gas to the Upper Peninsula that I know we'll all be happy when this decision Is finally made. I'm happy to report that the Federal Power Commission shares our sense of urgency." July 4 Set as 'Let Freedom Ring' Day LANSING (AP)—Gov. George Romney has proclaimed the Fourth of July as "Let Freedom installation of officers installing ! tu ral 8 as service brought James Maccani In the office of president: Elmer Sandln, vice' president; Herman LeClaire, secretary, and Hugo Ippolite, treasurer. In a special cerem o n y, Father Franczek Installed William J. Wagner as permanent honorary president of the H o 1 y Name Society In recognition of his inspiration, leaders h i p, loyalty and devotion to the promotion of the society, his parish, and his community. Father Franczek led the society in a resolution of apprecl- Upper Peninsula. In a statement, eleven g e r i nto Ring" Day in Michigan. He called for ringing of bells throughout the state at 1 p.m. on the Fourth. said, "Because of the importance of the availability of na- 1 tural gas to the llth District, I recently asked the Federal Power Commission general counsel why time was passing without a decision by the commiss i o n on the Northern Natural Gas Company's application to serve | Communist Affairs, Is speaker Grant Will Speak at Kalamazoo Meeting KALAMAZOO CAP)—Lindsey Grant, director of the U.S. State Department Office of Asian- part of the Upper Peninsula. "I was assured that everything possible is being done to have a decision rendered as here Thursday at a meeting sponsored by the Western Michigan University Student Association. Sales Meeting Opens but that you will continue developing, and exercising the virtues of good fellowship, sportsmanship and to put forth your best effort for the comm o n good, regardless of the activity involved." Father Borman announced achievement awards as follows: Basketball: Letters and medals to Brian Ciesielczyk, c a p- tain; Paul Malmberg, co-captain; Bill Farrow, Brian Kapugia, Pearce Graham III and Allen Maki. Medals to Jim Partanen, David Partanen, David Begalle, John Lesky, Jim Aspinw all, John Pelissero, Ben Graham and Mike Massie, and manager Dave Gayan. Cheerleaders: "A" team—Paulette Kapugia, Sherrl Quiett, TJna Fertile, Patricia Boggetto and Renee' Powajba; "B" team— Julie Eppolite, Kathy Lampart. Virginia Relich and Patty Horswill. Ski teams participating in the meet were in three age categories: Boys and girls in age levels of 4th grade and below; boys aqd girls in 5th and 6th grades, and boys and girls in 7th and 8th grades. St. Sebastian's took 13 out of 16 medals at the meet, In which 1st place winner in each category group was awarded a gold medal; 2nd place winners, a PREVENT OVERHEATING! proximately 5,000 independent I distributors in the United States and Canada for Amway Corp. of Ada began gathering here Wednesday for their annual international sales conference and convention. Rep. Gerald R. Ford., R-Mich., is guest speaker Saturday. life. A letter was received from Senator Philip Hart stating that funds had been alldtted for the purchase of the Sylvania Tract. Mrs. Crocker reminded the members that the district convention will be held Sept. 22 and 23 at Escanaba with headquarters at the Ludington Hotel, and said an entertaining program Is being planned. 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