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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 19, 1965. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT FOURSOME Pictured are the four golfers who qualified in the quarterfinals of the Gogebic Shortstop Golf Tournament held last weekend at the Gogebic Country Club. From the left, Jim Sauntry; John Gregory, runner-up; Caesar Tiziani, club pro and tournament manager; Larry Tiziani, tournament champion, and Joe Krznarich. (Daily Globe Photo) Iron Mountain-Kingsford Team Wins Babe Ruth League Tourney The Iron Mountain-Kingsfprd Nationals totalled an amazing 39 runs in three games to walk off with the 1965 championship in the District 3 Babe Ruth League Tournament held Friday, Saturday and Sunday a t Massie Field at Bessemer. The tourney champs start e d their winning ways with a 6-3 victory over Ishpeming- on F r i- day. They continued to stay in the win column with an 18-1 trouncing over Bessemer on Saturday and won the tournament championship with a 15-0 shutout over Escanaba in the final contest on Sunday. Bessemer gained a berth i n Saturday's semi-final round by downing Calumet 2-0 in Friday's competition but lost i n Saturday's game 18-1 to the tourney winners. Ironwood also gained the right to play in the semi-final round with an 8-0 victory over Iron Mountain-Kingsford American in Friday's action but the Ironwood All-Stars also hit the losing column with a 2-1 loss to Escanaba on Saturday. * * * This set the stage for the consolation game between Ironwood and Bessemer wh i c h started at 2 p.m. Sunday, prior to the championship contest at 4 p.m. Ironwood took consolation honors by beating Bessemer 6-3. Ironwood started the game' scoring with a pair of runs in the second inning and from that time on, the Ironwood All-Star; were never headed. The winners added to their margin in the fourth with a pair of runs and Bessemer bounced back to score two runs in the top of the fifth to cut Ironwood's lead to 4-2. Ironwood added a single run in the fifth and another in the sixth while Bessemer sc o r e d one more in the top of the seventh to end the contest with Ironwood winning the tilt 6-3. Don Koivisto smashed out a pair of homers for Ironw o o d in that game and Mike Palmgren also scored on a four- bagger. Craig Honkkala of Bessemer connected for a double for the losers. In Sunday's champions hip contest Iron Mountain-Kingsford jumped to a 6-0 first-i n n i n g lead and continued to build on that margin to capture an easy tourney win. * * * The Nationals scored another four runs in the second inning and added three more in t h e fourth and a pair in the seventh to beat the Escanaba squad 15-0. The semi-final round'saw the Ironwood squad and Escanaba play a well-balanced ballgame with the Escanaba unit coming out on top of a 2-1 tally. Ironwood got only two hits in the affair, a single by Ron Sanders and a single by Tom Eckstrom. The Ironwood pitcher, Mike Palmgren, allowed only four Eecanaba hits, struck out seven and walked two in the contest. Bessemer ran into a streak of bad luck in its semi-final game as the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Nationals racked up an i m • pressive 18-1 victory Dale Morrison was the losing pitcher for the Bessemer unit and Beau Laurence capture d the victory on the mound for th Nationals. CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Lefebvre Stars as Dodgers Nip Cubs, Increase NL Lead By MURRAY CHASS Jim Lefebvre might not have received a grade at the time, but he certainly deserves an A plus for the bat boy course he took six years ago. Lefebvre, Los Angeles' rookie second baseman, put his education to good use Sunday as the Dodgers edged the Chicago Cubs 4-3 in 11 innings and increased their National League lead to lVi> games over the Cincinnati Reds. The 22-year-old switch hitter tied the game with a two-run single in the ninth inning, then Sports Fishing Will Be Studied WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Philip A Hart, D-Mich., would like to see charterboat sports fishing developed on the Great Lakes similar to that at ocean ports Hart announced today that federal and state officials will, at his request, explore the idea with interested fishermen. The meetings will be held Aug. 2 at Haven Hill, Mich., a state-owned conference center near Pontiac. The Michigan Conservation Department will be host. "What's the best way to run a charter boat operation?" Hart asked "What sort of assistance to Great Lakes ports would do the most toward developing recreational fishing? What sort of stocking program would do the most good? These are the kind of questions the conference might find answers to." Attending the conferences will be officials from the Federal Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, the Great Lakes Commission, the Federal Bureau of Sports Fisheries, University of Michigan, Central Michigan University and Michigan State University. l "Michigan's commercial fishing industry has been hit by successive disasters, first the lamprey eel invasion, and more recently the botulism scare. Of course, the pollution threat is always present," Hart said. "Lake trout and other fish are now on the increase and the industry is experiencing a slow upturn. But I wonder if a sports fishing industry might not be more fully developed." Iron Mt.-Klntrsford Eioanaba AB R H 310 1 0 8 1 1 Benzo Bloom Laurence Homagnoll 5 2 Lindeman 3 3 St. Arnauld 1 2 Hansen Steiner Caruso Nelson Eutlzzi Branback Dubai Carey Vardlgan 0 Marenger ' Boyle 2 1 E> 1 2 232 2 0 3 0 200 Peltln 1 1 0 0 3 Way 4 Ross 0 Anderson 0 Mylander Johnson Young MlkcUnac 0 Kozinksy Nelson ABR H 301 100 300 200 000 200 300 200 000 200 100 0 Wyomia Tyus Equals Women's Dash Record KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Wyomia Tyus of Tennessee State, equalled the women's world record of 10.3 seconds for the 10-yard dash in the Carreras international track meet Saturday night. Hensley 100 Crayon 200 Totals 25 6 Bessemer Ironwood Totals 24 3 4 000 020 1—3 020 211 x—8 lashed a double in the llth, driving in the winning run. The performance indicated that Lefebvre is emerging from a slump that saw him bat only .169 in the past month. His two hits Sunday brought his over-all average to .227, still far below his early season showing. But Lefebvre is carrying out ;he lesson he learned as visiting earn batboy with the Dodgers when he was 16. "The players talked baseball and worked with me on the field before games," he recalls. "The main thing I learned is that when a good ball player is down, he always bounces back. "The idea is to stay with it, don't get discouraged and keep hustling. Things will start going for you " In other NL games, Cincinnati stopped Pittsburgh 8-4 after losing 6-5, Milwaukee swept New York 5-1 and 5-4, Houston defeated San Francisco 5-2 and St. Louis trimmed Philadelphia 3-1. The Dodgers trailed the Cubs 3-1 going into the ninth, but they loaded the bases and Lefebvre smacked a two-out single for two runs. Then in the llth, Bob Hendley walked Wes Parker and Lefebyre followed with a double to right-center field. Vada Pinson drove in three runs while Tony Perez and Pete Rose each added a pair, helping Cincinnati's Joey Jay to a vie tory in his first start in three weeks. Jay brought his record to 7-2 in the nightcap, receiving relief help from Bill McCall in the eighth inning. The Pirates won the opener with four runs in the eighth Willie Stargell, who earlier socked his 22nd homer with a man aboard, ignited the rally with a single, Roberto Clemente tied the game - with a two-run double and Andre Rogers won r with a run-scoring single. Milwaukee extended its win ning streak to six and the Mets losing streak to eight. Ed Math ews collected his 18th and 19th homers in the first game a Tony Cloninger, 11-8, pitched a six-hitler. Gene Oliver's two-run homer following Hank Aaron's single in the third inning won the night cap. The blow helped erase a 3 0 lead the Mets built in the firs' inning, two of the runs scoring on Bobby Klaus' bases-loadec double. Nellie Fox triggered a three run first inning that carried Houston past San Francisco Fox singled and came around on .singles by Lee Maye and Jim Wynn. Maye scored on Rusty Staub's infield grounder, and Ron Brand singled in Wynn. St. Louis downed Philadelphia on home runs by LOJJ Brock and Tim McCarver plus a run on a third strike passed ball. Dick Groat singled in the first inning after Brock homered, moved to third as Phil Gagliano singled and raced home' when catcher Pat Corrales missed the third strike to Curt Flood. Larry Tiziani Wins Gogebic Shortstop Golf Tournament Title Is 2nd for Ironwood Youth Larry Tiziani, young Ironwood golfer, shot a championship round of 37, two over par, to nip John Gregory of Ispem- ing. by a single stroke and capture the 14th annual Gogebic Shorts t o p Golf Tournam en t Mele Can't Remember Whether He Threw Punch at Umpire ? o o Totals 40 IS 14 Totals 25 0 1 Iron ML-Klngsford ... 640 300 2—15 Eacanaoa 000 000 0— 0 MoGratb . Sanders CONSOLATION Irooweod AUK 2 0 1 1 3 0 'SbiyW '*« a , .Ostermen I 0 "Eclcatrom I I <**toft** J g,* GAME Bessemer H 0 Betlewskl 0 Farrow 0 Borseth 0 Bonovets 2 Doane 0 Honkkala 0 Mei»ara 1 Smolclch IKulik 0 Barbacovl 0 Morrison 1 Kan to OjBogjetto ABR H 200 100 1 1 1 311 J 0 1 « 0 1 100 200 300 000 000 100 110 SEMI-FINAL Ksoanabu ABR Boyle 3 0 Vardlgan Way Anderson Johnson Wylander Miketanac Meringer Ross Nelson Peltin 2 0 3 1 3 0 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 Ironwood Fertile GothbJad 2 Sanders 0 Koivisto Eckstrora Mlklesh 0 Palmgren 0 Krznarich 0 McRae 0 0 ABR H S 0 0 200 211 300 S 0 300 200 200 2 0 Totals 25 2 4 Totals Ironwood ............... 000 Escanaba ............... 000 SEMI-FINAL Iron-Mountain- - Kinritord Nationals Benzo Nelson Laurence AB R H 110 Doane B 2 2 Romagnoll 421 Lindeman 413 St. Arnauld 511 Branback Caruso Eutlzzi Carey Duval Bloom Hanson 4 l i 430 121 010 Bessemer 22 1 2 001 0—1 20P x—2 H Betlewskl 201 Borseth 100 000 Bonevetz Honkala Menara Kulik _ . . Barbacovl 200 Gayan 4 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 301 Kanto 0 Boggetto 0 Farrow 100 Morrison Hensley 0 _ 301 200 000 000 000 Total* 34 18 13 Totals 26 1 4 Bessemer 000 100 01 Iron Wt.-Ktags/ord .... 048 OQB x—18 Foyt Jst in Trenton Race TRENTON, N. J. (AP)—A. J. Foyt won the fourth annual 150- mile national championship at Trenton Speedway Sunday. The 30-year-old Foyt, from Houston, Tex., starting from the pole position with a rear engine Lotus-Ford, completed the 150 laps around the mile track in one hour, 31 minutes and 20 seconds, averaging a slow 98.52 mph. He qualified with an average speed of 122.95 mph. Mechanical trouble and accidents knocked out 11 of the 24 starting racers. Jim Hurtubise of North Tonawanda, N Y., finished second, a lap behind Foyt. Third place went to Bobby Grim of Indianapolis, Ind. Dave Paul of Berrien Springs, Mich., drove the last of the 13 cars which finished the race. By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Sam Mele has developed a sudden case of amnesia. But he's sure of one thing—Sunday wasn't Valentine's Day. The usually mild-mannered ui:uii,a b u ^ uun Auuiuam en ii Minnesota manager still can't staged Saturday and Sunday at remember whether he threw a the Gogebic Country Club. punch at Umpire Bill Valentine It is the second time that during a dispute over a call at Larry has won the tournament, first base in the Twins' 5-3 loss and this marks the fifth year in '. to Los Angeles in the opening a series that a Tiziani has been; same of a doubleheader. crowned the tournament winner.' A "d Mele refused to trigger Larry's brother, Dennis, who ^s memory in the nightcap, was not competing in this Judiciously avoiding- any contact year's tournament because o f with Valentine by Bending coach his recent decision to Join the professional golf ranks, won the tournament last year and in 1961 and 1962. Larry, however, dethroned Dennis in the 1963 version of the tourney and came back to extend the family string of victories this year. Over 100 golfers took part in the two-day match which began with a qualifying round on Saturday. The 16 players shooting the lowest scores made up the championship flight which w as! narrowed down to eight, then' four and finally the twosom e , champion and runnerup. Gregory gave Tiziani a fight down to the final hole of the championship match. i Tiziani and Gregory both] went one over par on the first' hole of the nine-hole playo f f match to determine the tourney champion. Tiziani then bogied ihe second hole to give Gregory a one-stoke advantage but a birdie on the third, par three, hole put the match back on even terms with both men one over par at 12-strokes each. Gregory parred the fourth hole and. watched as Tiziani again took an extra stroke to go two over par at 17 but the situation reversed on the fifth hole as Gregory bogied to even the match once again. Both players played stroke for stroke on the sixth, seventh and eighth holes and with the tension mounting the tourney's best teed off on what was to be the deciding hole of the match, the final hole. Gregory ran into a streak of bad luck as he lined a shot into a row of trees that lines the fareway and Tiziani, shooting heads-up golf, went on to par the hole and leave his opponent one stroke up to capture the tourney win. Consolation prize in the championship flight went to Hicks of Duluth. Dave The following is a list of winners, runners-up and consolation winners of all 10 flights of the tournament: First flight—Winner, Joe Bociak, Iron River; runnerup, John Milakpvich, Ontonagon; consolation winner, Bob Johnson, Silver Bay, Minn. Second flight—Winner, Bob Freimuth, Calumet; runn e r u p, Mark Pavlovich, Ironwood; consolation winner, Claude Murray, Phillips, Wis. Third flight—Winner, Charl e s Ferries, Houghton; runn e r u p , Jim Rebne, Park Falls; consolation winner, Glen Simmonds, Duluth. Fourth flights-Winner, Bud Hamakker, Iron River; runner- up, Jim Osbakken, Two Harbors, Minn.; consolation winner, John Castagna, Ironwood. Fifth flight—Winner, Franz Schubert, Houghton; runnerup, Bud McDonald, Duluth; consola tion winner, John Leslie, Toma hawk, Wis. Sixth flight—Winner, Fred Turner, Tomahawk, Wis. runnerup, Charles Hill, Ontonagon ; consolation winner, Warren Monberg, Houghton. Seventh flight—Winner, Rusty Malovrh, Ironwood; runn e r u p Bill Kountz, Milwaukee; consola tion winner, F. L. Rogers, Ontonagon. Eighth flight—Winner, Forest Wilson, Ontonagon; runn e r u p Jerry Peterson, Two Harb o r s Minn.; consolation winner, Johr Fox, Ironwood. Ninth flight—Winner, Francis Duff in, wakefield; runnerup, Len Beissell, Ironwood; consolation winner, Elliott Lokken, Ashland. Tenth flight—Winner, W a H er Hughes, Houghton; runnerup George Albert, Ironwood; consolation winner, William Ryan, On tonagon FINAL PUTT—Larry Tiziani lines up his final putt and goes on to capture the crown in the 14th annual Gogebic Shortstop Tournament that was staged on the grounds of the Gogebic Country Club Saturday and Sunday. Tiziani won the tourney over John Gregory of Ishpeming by a slim one-stroke margin. (Daily Globe Photo) Manley Wins Cycle Climb TRAVERSE CITY (AP) -Victor Manley of Kalamazoo won first place and turned in the fastest time of the day in the Michigan motorcycle championship Sunday. Manley scrambled up the 170- foot hi" on a Triumph in 3.49 seconds for the fastest time of the day. James Bailey placed second with 3.72 seconds and Melvin South was third with 3.77. Both are from Kalamazoo and both rode Triumphs. A total of 2i5 motorcycle riders competed In the event. Littler Captures Canadian Open TORONTO (AP) — Gene Littler is $20,000 richer today because he made a change in his putting style three weeks ago. Littler withstood a challenge by Jack Nicklaus of Columbus, Ohio, over the final nine holes of the 72-hole Canadian Open Golf Championship Saturday to win the title and the $20,000 purse. Littler, who plays out of Las Vegas. Nev., feels he never could have done it if he hadn't made a slight alteration in his putting at the St. Paul Open three weeks ago. Littler finished one stroke ahead of Nicklaus'by making a four-foot pressure putt on the 18th hole after the two were tied for second place going into the last day. Littler was four under par with a 66 on the last 18 holes after earlier rounds of 70, 68 and 69. Nicklaus, playing in a threesome ahead of Littler, knew his opponent was a stroke ahead of him and went for a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th, hoping to tie and force a sudden-death playoff. But the putt slid past the side of the cup and left Nicklaus in second place with $12,000. Australian Bruce Devlin, the leader after three rounds, lost his two-stroke margin on the final day by ballooning to a 7-3 and finished in an eighth-place tie. Devlin had been suffering from a sore left shoulder, a mild throat infection and varicose veins throughout the $100,000 tournament. Littler and Nicklaus, along with Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pa., and Mason Rudolph of Clarksville, Tenn., entered the final day's play with three- round scores of 207. Rudolph finished with a steady 71 for 278 and a share of third place with first-round leader Joe Campbell of Perdido Bay, Fla., tour rookie Homero Blancas of Houston, Tex., Rod Funseth of Spokane, Wash . and Randy Glover of Florence, S C All -collected $4,760. But Palmer had a disastrous round, skyrocketing to a 76 for 283 and ended up in 23rd place, and $1 000 Billy Martin up to the plate with the line-up cards before the Twins went on to 5-4 victory and ended a four-game losing skid. Neither Valentine nor American League President Joe Cronin, who witnessed the game, would comment on the flare-up but Mele pointed an accusing finger at Valentine for poking a finger in his face. Mele decided it wasn't Valentine's day in the sixth Inning when the umpire called "Jim Fregosi safe in a -lose play at first base. Mele immediately charged onto the field a chest- bumping incident ensured and it appeared that the Twins' manager threw a left at the umpire Mele was ejected But he wasn't dejected. Baltimore downed Detroit 4-1, Cleveland lost to Boston 4-1 and the White Sox split, defeating Kansas City 3-2 In 1C Innings before losing 7-5. The day's top performance, meanwhile, was turned in by Washington's Mike McCormick, who two-hit the New York Yankees 3-0 for his first shutout in more than four years. Joe Adcock provided the winning runs for the Angels in the opener, doubling home a pair in the seventh inning after Jose Cardenal and Tom Satriano worked a double steal. Satrlnno homered in the nightcap as the Angels went into the bottom of the eighth with a 4-3 lead over the Twins. But Don- Mincher tied it with a homer and then Fregosi became the center of attraction again. With runners on first and third, Joe Nossek struck out and Sandy Valdespino broke for second. Catcher Bob Rodgers threw to second and Bob Allison broke from third, heading home. Allison was caught in a run-down but Fregosi let the ball get away and Allison scored the winning run. Wally Bunker, now 6-4, checked the Tigers on four hits while the Orioles broke a 1-1 tie with two runs in the eighth on singles by Dick Brown, Luis Aparicio and Jackie Brandt plus a sacrifice fly by Bob Johnson. Aparicio earlier hit a homer off Detroit starter Hank Aguirre 10-5. Dick Radatz put down Indian uprisings in the sixth and seventh innings as the Red Sox snapped a four-game losing streak. Felix Mantilla, Carl Yastrzemski and Tony Conigliaro each singled in a run for Boston while Max Alvis hit his 16th homer for Cleveland. The White Sox won the opener in the loth as Al Ewis, running for Pete Ward, stole second, continued to third when Rene Lachemann threw the ball into center field and scored on Danny eater's single. The A's tagged Gary Peters, 5-8, with the second game loss as home runs by Nelson Mathews, Dick Green and Ken Harreisor proved decisive. McCnrmick, who h a d n't pitched a shutout since July 10, 1961, allowed the Yankees only two singles. Don Blasingame's two-run single and a tape-meas- , ure homer by Frank Howard ;into the upper left field stands accounted for the Senators runs. BROTHER AWARDS TROPHY — Dennis Tiziani, center, awards the winner's trophy to his younger brother Larry, left, after the conclusion of the Gogebic Shortstop Golf Tournament held Saturday and Sunday at the Gogebic Country Club. Looking on is John Gregory, Ishpeming, who captured runner-up honors just one stroke behind Tiziani. (Daily Globe Photo) Detroit '9' Disappoints Another Sunday Crowd Major League Stars By THF, ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Mike McCormick, Washington, pitched a two-hitter for his first shutout in more than four years as the Senators stopped the New York Yankee!? 3-0. BATTING — Jim Lefebvre, Los Angeles,- tied the game with a two-run single in the ninth inning then gave the Dodgers a 4-3 viQtory over the Dodgers Cubs with a run-scoring double in the llth. Ten golfers shot scores below 290 for the four rounds in the last two U.S.' Opens. Franks Is Given Wage Increase Hy RON BERGMAN Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Because of the job being done with Willie Mays and without Orlando Cepeda, owner Horace Stoneham has given Herman Franks a new contract at higher pay to manage the San Francisco Giants through 1966. Displpying one of his huge cigars in the middle of an even larger smile, Franks signed his new contract on Saturday at Candlestick Park. Terms were undisclosed. But it was reported the contract calls for a raise from $35,000 to $40,000 a year retroactive to the beginning of this season. "I think that we are in a very fine position to overtake the leaders," said Stoneham of his third-place club. "And this in spite of a succession of Injuries that has made the job most difficult for Herman. "The way he's handled these setback? and the way he's handled the case of Willie Mays, who now needs rest, has impressed me very much," added Stoneham about his rookie manager. Mays has been rested eight times this season at his request and leads the National League in both batting and home runs. The most prominent injury to the Giants has left them without slugging first baseman Orlando Cepeda. In spring practice he reinjured the right knee operated on last Dec. 7. Cepeda left for the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minn., shortly before the 50-year-old Franks was rehtred.. By BERNIE KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP) — Hank Aguirve said he figured he had the game coming to him, and Manager Charlie Dressen called for extra batting practice today after the Tigers disappointed another large crowd Sunday The Tigers gave away some 24,000 baseballs to young fans and played before 43,313 spectators. But the Baltimore Orioles bunched three of their six hits off Aguirre in the eighth inning and went onto post a 4-1 victory. Both teams entered the game with batting averages near the .238 mark, hardly what one would expect from pennant contenders. Detroit got only four hits off Wally Bunker, three of them by Don Wert. "I though I pitched pretty well out there today," Aguirre said. "I'm not worried, though Our team is loaded with hitters and when they start going, watch out." tt it it Aguirre struck out eight and walked one before the Orioles rallied in the eighth. Luis Aparicio's home run in the third was one of three Baltimore hits in the first seven innings. "We're just not hitting." Dressen complained. "We'll take some extra hitting practice out there and hope we can get some of our boys going. "We had a chance to make a lot of noise out there in the first inning but couldn't do it. After that, Bunker was just too good with his fast balls and sliders." Dressen added. The Tigers' lone run came in the first inning on Wert's double, a single by Jerry Lumpe and Ai Kaline's sacrifice fly. Wert s two singles and a walk to Lumpe in the sixth gave the Tigers their only runners after the initial frame. Wert was out trying to stretch his hit in the eighth. Aguirre had retired 10 batters in a row before Dick Brown opened the eighth with a single. Bunker forced Brown, but Aparicio ancf Jackie Brandt singled to score Bunker. Bob Johnson's pinch-sacrifice fly scored Aparicio. * * * The Orioles added a run in the ninth when Sam Bowens walked, went to third on a pair of infield grounders and scored on a passed ball. "We're getting used to these Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BUENOS AIRES—Ismael Laguna, 133%, Panama, and Nicolino Locche, 134. Argentina, drew, 10, nontitle. FALCONARA. Italy — Aldo Pravisani, 130V 2 . Italy, stopped Armando Scorda, 131, Italy, 12. Pravisani won vacant Italian lightweight title. SANTA CRUZ de TENERIFE, Canary Islands—Juan Sombrita Albornoz, ISSVa, Spain, outpoint- ed Sandro Lopopolo. 138%, Italy, 15. Albornoz won vacant European junior welterweight title. BRINDISI, Italy-Franco Zurlo, 117V2, Italy, outpointed Benny Lee, 118, Ghana, 6 RADIATORS CLEANED REPAIRED RECORED *SKELLY PRODUCTS *BATTERY SERVICE ROYI C SUPER Dw T LC SERVICE SYL PAWLAK Dial 932-3722 Lowell at Pin* St.. Ironwood tight games," Baltimore Manager Hank Bauer said. "I still like our chances for the pennant. We haven't started hitting yet, either." The Tigers made a move to bolster their sagging pitching staff *i> recalling Julio Navarro from Syracuse. Navarro, 0-1 in four games for the Tigers early in the season, posted an 8-4 mark with the Chiefs. Catcher Jackie Moore was optioned to Syracuse to make room for Navarro. The Tigers were scheduled to meet Washington in the first of a two - game series this afternoon BALTIMORE AB R H RBI Aparicio ss 4 2 2 1 Brandt cf 4 o 1 l Blefary If 3 0 0 0 Johnson ph o o o 1 Snydsr If o 0 0 0 Robinson 3b 3 0 1 0 Bowens rf 3 l o 0 Oowerll Ib 4 0 1 0 Adair 2b 4 0 0 0 R. Brown c 3 0 1 0 Bunker p 4 i o 0 Totals 32 63 DETROIT AB R H RBI Wert 3b 4 1 3 0 Lumpe 2b 3 0 1 0 Cash Ib 4 0 0 0 Kallne cf 3 0 0 1 Horton rf 3 0 0 0 G. Brown If 3 o 0 0 Freehan c 3 o 0 0 Oyler ss 2 0 0 0 Northrup ph 1 0 0 0 Wood ss o 0 0 0 Aguirre p 2 0 0 0 McAuliffe ph l o 0 0 Totals 29 1 4 1 Baltimore 001 000 021—4 Detroit 100 000 000—I E—None. LOB — Baltimore 5, Detroit 3. 2B—Wert. HR—Aparaiclo (7). SP—Johnson, Kallne. IP H R ERBBSO Bunker 9 41114 Aguirre 72-36 3 3 1 8 Glad'ins 1-300000 Fox 1 01020 W—Bunker (6-4). L— Aguirre PB — Freehan. T — 2:10. 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