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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JULY 20,1965. Extra Hitting Practice Fails To Help Toothless Tigers Club Gets 3 Hits In Losing by 8-0 Franks Expects Spahn to Give Giants Winning Boost in Race By BERNIE KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP)—Extra hitting practice before the game did nothing to nelp the Detroit Tigers Monday. Washington pitcher Phil Ortega made it look like the Tigers had left all their hits in the pre- game session as he gave up only three hits in an 8-0 Senators victory, Ortega almost duplicated Mike McCormick's two-hitter against the Yankees Sunday in giving the Senators two straight shutouts. The triumph was Ortega's 10th in 18 decisions. The Senators have won 38 games. * * * "I knew (Mickey) Lollch didn't have it in the second inning," Manager Charlie Dressen said. "But I used my best two long reliefers—Joe Sparma and Larry Sherry — in batting practice. It always seems to backfire." Ken -Hamlin, who was hitting .281 but had only eight runs batted in going into the game, paced the Senators with four RBIs on two home runs. Woodie Held knocked in three with a three-run homer in the third inning as the Senators did all their scoring in the first four innings The Tigers have scored only two runs in their last 29 innings of play Norm Cash singled off Joe Cunningham's glove in the fourth inning for the first hit off Ortega. Jerry Lumpe added a double in the sixth and Don "Lolich was out of action for two days because he had to train with the Air National Guard." Dressen explained. "I guess the layoff hurt him more than I thought because he was missing some spots by four feet." A single by Held, Don Lock's ground rule double and a-fielder's choice gave the Senators their first run in the second inning. * * * Hamlin's first homer triggered a four-run rally in the third which was capped by Held's homei off reliefer Orlando Pena. Hamlin's second homer, off Ron Nischwitz in the fourth inning, followed singles by Cunningham and Ed Brinkman. Niscrwitz settled down after that. He allowed only-two hits before giving way to a pinch- hitter \n the eighth. Dave Wickersham, looking for his first victory in 97 days, and Pete Richert, the most effective of the American League pitchers in the All-star game, were the scheduled starters for tonight's windup of the two-game series WASHINGTON AB R H RBI Hamlin 2b 4 2 2 4 McMulJen 3b 4 1 0 0 Howard If 4 1 2 0 Kirklard rf 0 0 0 0 Held rf 4 2 2 3 Lock cf 3 0 1 0 Zimmer c 4 0 0 0 Cunningham Ib .. 4 1 l 1 Brinkman ss 4 1 l 0 Oretega p 2 0 1 0 'Totals 33 8 10 8 By JACK STEVENSON Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Manager Herman Franks looks to the 44-year-old arm of Warren Spahn to give his San Francisco Giants a winning boost in the National League basebaij race. Franks, freshman pilot who last Saturday was awarded a new contract through 1966, went to bat to get the veteran left- DETRO1T McAuliffe ss AB 4 Lumpe 2b 4 Cash Ib 4 Kaline cf .... 2 Thomas cf 2 Horton If 3 Northrup rf 3 Wert ?b 2 Freehan c 3 Lolich p 0 Brown ph 1 Nischwitz p Demeter ph Totals Washington Detroit . 1 . 1 30 R H RBI 000 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Golf Crown Won By Rodeghiero's Rodeghiero's team captur e d the first round championship, and the right to play for the league crown against the winner of the second round, in the Thursday Twi-Lite Golf League at the Gogebic Country Club. The first round winners won the title with a total of 296 points to outdistance their closest competition, Hjalmquist's, by HVa points. Hjalmquist's and M i n kin's battled for the runnerup spot with Minkin's coming out on the losing end just one-half a point behind Hjalmquist's. Competition was keen in the center of the league standings as Ulasich's, Coxey's and Anderson's would up in that order, seperated by only one and one- half points. Vaara's finished in seventh place followed by Vertin's, Krizmanich's and Burns' in that order. League teams will begin the second round of play this week. The final first round standings and the pairings for Thursday's matches are: STANDINGS yi s . Rodeghiero's 2s)S Hjalmquist's 231',-ii Minkin's isi Ulasich's 205','j Coxey's ZBB'i Anderson's 2K-1 Vaara's 259 Vertin's 2gfi Krizmanich's rsn Burns' 35^'/i THURSDAY'S PAIRINGS Burns Vnnra's F. Fertile F. Barbrra W. Burns L. Lieberthal R, Ahonen L. Tizlanl H, Schieber J. J. Frick Ken Rowe G. S->ivila E. Lindberg Dr. M. Gingrich B. Hokkanen D. Bennett! R. Peterson B. Vara J. Malovrh A. Landi etti John Fox Dick Guth Krlzmanlch's Hjalmquist's W. Kershner D. Hjmmquist Dr. V. Velin o. Rowe Joe Risoni Geo. Mbert Dr. J. Gorrill M. Figerio F. Drnzkowski B. Kov;>ch'ich Geo. Frnncouer R. Cigallio Al Wright G. LaBlonde Jim Anderson E. Litsheim Rev. Morelmid C. E. Gundc-rson T. Krizmanich Joe Enrbora Minkin's Uluslcb's Bob Anderson J. English Ted Ellos C. Setterlund M. Mattson Dr. M Gertz Geo. Lee J. J. Gorrilla Jr. Bob Downs Dr. R. Perkins E. Minkin Sam Dnvey Rev. Nerenz Bob Eackon C. Rosa P. Ulasich B. Shouldice El Newman W. Hendrickson M. Pavjuvich Vertin's RodeEhlero's Chet Peterson Chas. Carlson C. Vertin Joe Krznarich J. W. HUES F. Uulfin A. C. Bennett Len Bevssell W. McLean R. Rode^hicro J. Elsemore Dom Santini R. Lutwitzi Dom Pitrone T. Lundin El Strom P. Kopecko R. Bonne P. Barbera Wm. r'ellow Coxey's Anderson's O. Sjowall Dr. S. Albert W. Grier Tom LiWquist \V. Newman Jack Bennetts C. Coxey C. Anderson Rev. Hallberg . J. Jacobs W. Bennetts . L. Paoli D. McDonald Don Brown F. Cerasoli Al Lord J. Reyoy W. Perkins M. Kriznarich A. R. Munari bander who was cut loose by the New York Mets a wek ago. At that time some Giants officials seemed dubious. "I jus* have a feeling he'll be a tremendous help for us," the managor declared after the Giants announced they had reached a salary agreement with Spahn and that the pitcher will report Wednesday. In the twilight of his great major league career, Spahn says he still is in excellent physical shape and his arm feels good, adding, "I think I can help the Giants win the pennant. I am confident I can still pitch nine innings, but I'm ready to do anything the manager wants me to.'' Franks told newsmen, "I just may start him. I just don't know yet how he'll be used." Spahn's 360 games won are the most for any left-hander in the major leagues. Terms of the Spahn contract, scheduled to be signed on his arrival, weren't divulged. Yet it's believed he won't suffer much of a cut from the reported $73,500 for which he signed with the Mets this year. LEAGUE CHAMPIONS—Pictured above are the members of the Ironwood Red Devils baseball squad for the 1965 season. The Red Devils won the crown in the Western Upper Peninsula High School Baseball League with a perfect season record of eight wins and no losses. Members of the team are, from the left: Front row—Ed Tafelski, Jim King, Captain Bob Miklesh, Bill McDonald, Joe Kravetz, Art Fertile and Don Koivisto; back row—Tom Eckstrom, Ed Koslovich, Jim Willson, Fred Lahtinen, Russ Willson, Dave McRae and Coach Wayne Melchiori. (Daily Globe Photo) 014 300 000—8 000 000 000—0 E — None. DP — Detroit 3. LOB — Washington 3, Detroit 4. 2B — Lumpe. HR — Hamlin 2 (3), Held (11). S—Ortega. IP H R ER BB SO Ortega 9 30013 Lolich 21-34 4 4 2 3 Pena 2-311102 Nis'witz 5 53312 Fox 1 00011 W — Ortega (10-8). L — Lolich (9-5). T—2:24. A—4,986. AMERICA'S LARGEST StLLJHfi BRAND Baksic Team Leads League The Baskic team is in first place in the Women's Twilight Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club with just one week left in the first half of play. Albert's is in second place by a one-half point margin while Mukavitz and Roberts hold down the bottom half of the league standings. The standings and pairings for Wednesday's matches are; STANDINGS P(s. Baksic lOT.i Albert 107 Mukavitz 100 Roberts SS'/i WEDNESDAY'S PAIRINGS Roberts Albert M. L. Roberts D, Albert S. Ranta D. He E. Lindberg M. Fox A. O'Berto A. '.Vyzlic E. Santinj M. Krizmanich Baksic Mukovlla I. Baksic M. Mvikovltz L. Sepplan M. Rentile M. Josephson H. Chamberlain L. Pegorajro L. Albert K. Trappa M white Martha Cox Wins Golf Tourney ONTONAGON —Martha Cox of Houghton, walked off with first place honors in the Ontonagon's Woman's Invitational Golf Tournament held here Sunday. But this happened only after Flossie Strong of the Ontonagon Club had tied her 42-all at the end of regulation play and a sudden death playoff was held to determine the winner. Miss Cox and Mrs. Str o n g were tieci at the end of the first hole in the playoff and the break came when Mrs. Strong, on her teeoff shot, headed straight for the "boondocks", and it was all over with Miss Cox as the winner. Low medalist in the annu a 1 Ontonagon Club event was Betty Flemming of Houghton, who carded a qualifying 40 in the morning round. Miss Flemming took consolation in the championship flight and Lucy Johnson of Ontonegon placed fourth. Other flight winners and their participants in order were: First flight — Mary Pidgeon, Ont., winner, Velta Schu b e r , Houghton; Evie Modeen, Ashland, and Kay Kovasevich, Ironwood Second flight — Alice H e g g, Ontonagon, winner; Frances Munro, Ontonagon; Mary Barbera, Ironwood, and Ann Della- quadri, Houghton. Third flight—Eleanor Hughes, Houghton, winner; Jeanne Patzer, Ashland; Donna White Ontonagon, and Adece Mee s e , Houghton. Fourth flight—Doris Peterson, Ontonagon, winner; Wilma Cigallio, Ironwood; Edith Krisicovich, Ashland, and Ruby Stovall, Ontonagon. Fifth flight — Lucy Gustafson, Ironwood, winner; Esther Boyd. Houghton; Sophie Ferries, Houghton, and Joan Monberg, Houghton. Sixth flight—Betty P o p p s , Ontonagon, winner; Jennie Hill, Ontonagon; Leona Penegor, Ontonagon, and Kate Jais, Houghton. Seventh flight —Doris McFarlane, Ontonagon, winner; Irene Barraclas, Ontonagon; Irene Walstrom, Houghton, and Ruth Lucier Houghton. Eighth flight—Joyce Goldberg Houghton, winner; Dee Rappley Houghton; Sue Pruner, Hough ton, and Vivian Raymond, Ontonagon Ninth flight — Doris McDonald, winner; Mabel Shand 1 e y Houghton; Hilda Ruohonie m i Houghton, and Ethel Gebeau Ontonagon. Tenth flight — Nancy Wesa, Ontonagon, winner; Bessie Nygard, Ontonagon; Jerry Mac Innes, Houghton, and June Wie denhofer, Houghton. Eleventh flight—Marion Price, Houghton, winner; Mary Thomp"son, Ironwood; Jerry Lar son Houghton, and Betty Hanson Ashland. High School Baseball Game Has 24-2 Score STURGIS (AP)—Three Rivers High School defeated Sturgis High 24-2 in a baseball game Monday. JOHNNY'S MILEAGE Hiway 51 N. Phone 561-5389 "Great Gas Cost* You Less" Gold Bond Stamps with Every Purchase Mileage, COME IN AND REGISTER FOR FREE RCA RADIO-39.95 value, to be given away free each week, just register, nothing to buy. Perry Pitches Twins to Victory As Mele Watches From Pressbox By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer When Jim Perry made his first big league pitch, Hal Naragon was on the receiving end. Perry returned the favor Monday night by presenting Naragon with his first managerial catch - and left Sam Mele sitting pretty. Mele, beginning a five-day enforced vacation — the result of a hassle Sunday with Umpire Bill Valentine — watched from the pressbox as his Minnesota Twins, with Naragon in command, whipped the Los Angeles Angels 5-2 behind Perry's four- hitter. The victory kept the Twins 3Vis games in front in the American League race and gave Perry and Naragon, batterymates at Cleveland six years ago, perfect 1965 records. * * * The Cleveland Indians blanked the Orioles 5-0 on the four-hit pitching of Lee Stange and moved into second place. Baltimore dropped into a third- place tie with the Chicago White Sox, beaten 6-3 by resurgent Kansas City. Rookie Jim Lonborg of Boston tamed New York 3-1 on five hits for his third victory over the Yankees and Phil Ortega fired a three-hitter as Washington trimmed Detroit 8-0. Harmon Killebrew's two-run homer and a two-run single by Jimrme Hall helped Perry out- pitch Los Angeles ace Dean Chance, who has lost six of 12 decisions. Killebrew smashed his 17th homer in the first inning and Hall came through in the seventh. Stange, 5-2, extended his career hex over Baltimore to nine victories in 11 decisions and ran his scoreless string against the Orioles to 24 innings. Chuck Hinton hit a two-run homer in Cleveland's three - run first-inning burst against loser Steve Barber and touched off a two- run rally in the sixth with a double. * * * The last-place Athletics, who have won five of their last six, bunched all their runs in the seventh inning, breaking up a scoreless duel between Roland Sheldon and Chicago's Joe Horlen. Bijl Bryan singled the first two KC runs across and Dick Green capped the rally with a three-run homer. Lonborg boosted his record to 6-10 and knocked in the deciding run with a single in the Red Sox' two-run second inning. Rico Petrocelli singled home the first run and Tom Tresh's throwing error in the fifth, after singles by Frank Malzone and 'Carl Yastrzemski, accounted for the other. Ken Hamlin smacked two homers and Woodie Held one, giving Ortega plenty of working room en route to his 10th victory. The ex-Dodger is the fourth AL pitcher to win 10 games. Pie has lost eight.Hamlin, who had driven in only eight runs, knocked in four with his second and shird homers of the year. Vince Opposed To AFL Team GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Vince Lombardi, general manager and coach of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League, said emphatically Monday night that if an American Football League club came into Milwaukee it could not use the County Stadium until 1968. "If the American Football League wants to come into Milwaukee, they can not play In County Stadium where we have a contract until 1968," Lombard! said at a news conference. "I don't have anything to say against the American Football League," Lombardi added. "But it Is in competiton with the National Football League. We would be foolish to have a common draft with the American Football League—you don't draft anything to help your competition." Blitzen Is First to Finish Chicago-to-Mackinac Race MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. (AP) — The Blitzen sailed across the finish line today and became the first vessel to finish the' 333-mile Chicago-to-Mackinac yacht race. The Blitzen, a 56-foot cutter owned by William and Thomas Schoendorf of Milwaukee's South Shore Yacht Club, arrived at 3:04 a.m., EST. Its.elapsed total time was 60 hours, 49 minutes and 53 seconds. Slightly less than an hour and a half after the Blitzen's arrival, the Mitena sailed into harbor at All-Stars Beat Tiger Nine 11-7 In Hurley Little League action this week, the Little League All- Stars defeated the Tigers 11-7. Taking an early and big lead in the first three innings of play, the All-Stars had the Tigers on the run, as the All-Stars scored six runs in the first inning, four in the st-cond and one in the third inning With the score 13-2 going into the bottom of the sixth, the Tigers pounced back with a rally producing five runs to threaten the All-Stars' lead only to be clamped down for the last time. The All-Stars used four pitchers, Garreau, Periburg Gul a n and Kallas, who was used in the first inning to break up a rally. They allowed seven runs on eight hits, and together struck out six. Saari pitched the first three innings for the Tigers, allowing all the runs for the All-Stars. Calvetti then relieved Saari for the rest of the contest, allowing no hits. Beagle Clubs Set 6 Trials Six hare trials are schedul e d for late summer by the Northern Michigan Hare Associati o n, according to E. C. Vickstrom, Lshpeming, association secretary. The first will be an AKC Class B sanctioned trial at the Bay de Noc Beagle Club in Escanaba. Others, in order of running, will be: Aug. 21-22, llth annual AKC licensed trial, Marquette Beagle Club; Aug. 28-29, 25th annual AKC licensed trial, Ishpemi n g Beagle Club; Sept. 4-5, 28th annaul AKC licensed trial, Lake Superior Beagle Club, Chassell; Sept. 11-12, 15th annual AKC licensed trial, Gogebic Range .Beagle Club, Ironwood, and Sept. 18-19, fifth annual AKC licensed trial, Cherryland Beagle Club, Traverse City. Johnson Gets Braves' 1st Shutout of 1965 By MURRAY CIIASS Associated Press Sports Writer Ken Johnson recorded Milwaukee's first shutout of the season Monday night as the Braves whipped the New York Mets 6-0 for tnetr seventh straight victory and moved into third place in the National League. The 32-year-old right-hander has been a different person since Houston traded him to 4:32 a.m. The Mitena, owned by Paul Brown of Macatawa, Mich., had an elapsed total time of 62 hours, 17 minutes and 8 seconds. The Blitzen earlier had been slightly trailing the Mitena, a 72-foot sloop. They had been followed by the sloop, Gypsy. Final winners in six classifications will not be determined until race officials have had time to complete a statistical analysis based mainly on handicap times for each vessel. Leaders in the lighter categories of the 120-foot field were grouped far behind the heavy class leaders. .. In Section Two, Heritage, owned by Carl Hilton of the Chi- j cago Yacht Club, retained its I early lead on the field. Bobtail, i owned by Robert Blackwood of the South Shore Club, continued to get the pace for Section i Three , Meteor III, owned by Henry Burkard of Port Huron's Bayview Yacht Club, led in Section Four, while the Wahoo, owned by Wallace Cole Jr., of the Ephriam Yacht Club, was ahead in Section Five competition. In Section Six, the leading boat was Gale, owned by Harry Nye Jr., of Chicago. Bessemer Loop Names All-Stars BESSEMER — Fourteen regulars and two alternates have been named to the All-Star team which will represent the Bessemer Little League in the district tournament to be played Thursday and Saturday at Wakefield. The Bessemer club is scheduled to make its first tournament start at 4 Thursday afternoon against the host Wakefield team. Managers of the league teams selected the following players for the Ail-Star squad: Cubs—Kevin Borseth, Comelo Switzer and Donald Kangas. Indians—Dale Gerbig, Tom Peterson and Allen Kellett. Yankees— James Edyv can and Randall Korpi. Phillies—James Byrns, Frederick Sandquist and Bruce Ram- panelli Tigers—Curtis Gustafson and Michael Massie. Giants —Tom Selin. Alternates are Terry Orli c h of the Indians and Ricky Menara of the Yanks. Roland Antoine is the manager of the All-star team and John Gustafson is the coach. Wright Team Leads Leaaue Milwaukee for outfielder Lei Maye last 1 May 23. While with the Astros this season, Johnson posted a 3-2 record with a 4.15 earned run average and no complete games In eight starts. His triumph over the Meta was his fourth straight and gave him a 7-2 record with the Braves. In that time he has compiled a 2.79 ERA, completed live of 12 starts and defeated seven of the other nine teams in the league. In other NL games Monday, Los Angeles knncKed off Houston 8-3, Pittsburgh trimmed Cincinnati 3-1, Philadelphia defeated St. Louis 5-2 and Chicago downed San Francisco 6-2. Johnson was supported in his seven-hitter by four home runs — Ed Mathews' 20th, Hank Aaron's 18th, Joe Torre's 18th and Felipe Alou's 15th. The defeat was the Mets' ninth straight and halted their nine- game Monday winning streak:. They hadn't lost on a Monday since opening day. Don Drysdale scattered nine hits, bringing his record to 15-8 while also collecting a run-scoring single and a double. Los Angeles snapped a 3-3 tie with a five-run outburst in the sixth inning, Lou Johnson scoring the first run on a wild pickoff throw by Houston starter Don Notte- bart. Vernon Law stepped Cincinnati on four hits, and six Pirates each rapped two hits. Donn Clendenon's fourth-inning home run broke a 1-1 deadlock, and Pittsburgh added a run in the eighth on consecutive singles by Roberto Clemente. Clendenon and Bill Mazeroskl. Philadelphia downed St. Louis as Chris Short scattered seven hits for his llth victory against seven losses. Dick Stuart and Alex Johnson each knocked in two Phillie runs. Chicago's Dick Ellsworth also won his llth game — he has lost five — after holding San Francisco hitless through five innings and driving in two runs with a triple. Ellsworth, however, needed nimh-inning relief help from Ted Abernathy. The Mickey Wright team of the Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club has tak e n the early lead in the sec o n d! k I • f round of team play following I /VOff/C / OOS last week's matches. »TW«««W • wfx«s Following are the standings and the pairings for Wednesday's matches: STANDINGS j> ts Injury Sidelines Dick Rindfuss, Ex-U-M Back CARLISLE, Pa (AP) — Dick Rindfuss, rookie dpfensive back from the University of Michigan, was unable to join the Washington Redskins Monday when they turned out for a one-hour football practice session. Rindfuss, who suffered a hand injury in off-season employment, will be placed on the reserve list, Redskin coach Bill McPeak said. He will be given a chance to join the squad in 1966 upon recovery, McPeak added. Indians, Dodgers Score Victories The Indians and the Dodgers, of the Ironwood Little League) posted victories in Monday night! action that took place at thej Little League Field. I The Indians downed the Tig-! ers 4-2 while the D o d g e rs swamped the Braves 16-2. The Indians scored all their runs in the first inning and went on to hold the Tigers to o n e run in the first and a single run in the third to capture the victory. Bulinski was the winning pitcher for the Tribe as he allowed seven hits, walked three and struck out 11. Ciswski and Bettiga were behind the plate for the winners. Moon hurled for the T i g e rs and allowed four hits, walked one and fanned 10. Bulinski, Sakalowski and Bastman all hit doubles for the Indians while Moon had a single and a double, Johnson banged out three singles and Cossi had a single and a double for the Tigers. The Dodgers left little room for doubt as they swamped the Braves and a three-hitter pitched by Carlson. Carlson, who went all the way for the winners, struck out 10 and walked two. Louma started on the mound for the Braves and was relieved by Mesich In the fourth inning. Together they allowed 13 hits, struck out four and issued four walks. Bill Inch led the Dodgers at the plate with a home run and a double while Johnson had a triple and Lutey Carlson, Komarmay and Ceccon all had doubles for the winners. Jacquart had a double for the Braves' only extra-base hit. Mickey WriRlit Kathy Whitworth Betsy Rawls Barbara Roinack Marilynn Smith Louise Suggs WEDNESDAY'S PAIRINGS Marllynn Smith Barbara rtoraack Dorcon Ahonen .... Vivian Ketola Wilda Rowe Mary English Pudge Johnson Elaine Moreland ... Mickey Wrlghl Isabelle Frick Esther Hallberg . . Anna Mae Vukovich Dorothy Albert .... Marian Newman . . Lucille MacFarlanc Betsy Rawls Ruth Fellow . Lenore Ferguson .. Ginny Krznarich ^ m .j uus -. ms on Wilma CiRallio Betty Wernham Pam Fontecchio Dorothy Mattson Marcella BeisseJ LuciJlc atrom 5814 W* 24 22 Vi 21 21 . . Mary Barbara Edie Rowe Ardith Stoncmark Marian Kigoni Florine LaOlonde Marge Naznanski I-iOQlse Suggs Faye Krznarich Irene Gotta .... Marian Mack Nony Cloon . Lou Hendilckson Ingrid Greer Kathy Whitworth . Kny Kovacevlch HcU-n Wyzlic Lucy Gus'afson Jr. Miss Loop STANDINGS W L Norrie 9 0 Sleight 6 2 Newport 4 5 Central 2 7 St. Ambrose 1 8 The Norrie and Newport Junior Miss Softball teams were victorious in league action Monday night as Newport won the opener 20-11 over St. Ambrose and Norrie and took the second game 18-3 over Central. On Wednesday, Central will play Sleight in the first contest i and Newport will face Norrie in j the nightcap. The Ironwood Junior Miss League picnic will be held o n Saturday at 1 p.m. at N o r r ie Park for all league players. 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