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SIX IRONWOOD OAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MtCHfGAN SATURDAY, MAY 29,WS. Aguirre Allows Indians Only 2 Hits as Tigers Win 1-0 Homer by Wert Gives Pitcher His Fifth Win Brooks Robinson, Radatz Get Back Into Winning Condition By MURRAY CHASS Against the Angels in the Associated Press Sports Writer O p ene r, he failed to get a hit in It took Brooks Robinson one , three trips to the plate. The rust RV RFBvir KFXMrnv Robinson returned to the Bal- he started the second game with Associated Press Sports Writer |" more ^e-up after a 19-day a second-inning single. DETROIT (AP) — Hank ! at)sei:ce as tne Onoles divided a Then, in the fourth, the ace Aguirre's worries about his fifth ' doubleheader with the Los An- third baseman doubled across victory of the season are over i F eles An i els Friday night, los- two runs and scored the Orioles' thanks to a good fast ball and! ing tne flrst & ame 3-1 before other run on Jerry Adair's sin- what he called "the best urn- : ta * in f the nightcap 3-0. gie. piring of my career." < Radatz made his third * * + Aguirre set down the cieve-' whl PP ed Kansas City 9-3. Radatz, the AL's Fireman of land Indians on two hits - a , The American League's Most, the Year in 1964, had been hav- third-inning single by Joe Azcue Valuable Player last season, ing more than a little trouble and a sixth-inning triple by • Robinson suffered a broken this season prior to the last Chuck Hinton— to chalk up a ' ri £ nt thumb when hit by a pitch three days. Consistently ineffec- 1-0 victory Friday night. Mav 8 - He Played part-time the ; tive, the 6-foot-5 veteran saw his Don Wert decided the pitch- next da y Dut hadn't appeared in earned run average soar to 7.43 ing duel between Aguirre and a 8 anle since then. Ralph Terry with an eighth inning homer. "When I won my frst four games in a row, I felt I would have no trouble getting No. 5," the elated Aguirre said. "But when I lost the next two. I really started to think." The triumph equalled Aguirre's 1964 output when he wasj Maryland Tops IC4A Qualifiers two weeks ago. With 5 1-3 innings of shutout relieving the past three days,! though, Radatz has sliced his ERA to 6.19. ; He relieved Jim Lonborg Fri-| day night in the seventh inning: with two runs in, two Athletics! on base and one out. He got out ! of the jam and finished the • NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. i frame "with nnp "hit "aVlnwprt ami 5-10. He beat Kansas City by, .API _ "I don't see how we can!g™ batters struck the same score in the home ;possiblv beat Man-land." TT^ T,«^^«,«^» ,,, opener this year. "It was a pleasure to work out there with Umpire Ed Runge behind the plate," Aguirre ad- possibly beat Maryland." Hls performance was only one That's _ what Villanova Coach of many outstanding pitching! Jumbo Jim Elliott said early in| exn j D uM 0 n S the week and again Friday after i League. Maryland's Atlantic Coast Con-' in the American ded. "He called the best game ference champions put a dam-' ni g e "Sr S" An«?e? in The 1 I have ever seen. The times!per on Villanova's hopes for a|f,rJ t . M !Se rtctofv ovlr Balti when I kicked the dirt after a; si xth straight IC4A Outdoor more whfle Steve Barber came : pitch I was mad at myself, not!Track Championship. ! wmic SteVC Ba ™ er Ca " 16 Viivn " \ , , .. him.' As expected, the meet turned Aguirre, who still considers | into a rerun of the indoor games himself a warm weather pitch- |j n New York last March with er, -wore long underwear, thermal underwear and a couple of sweat shirts. Maryland and Villanova spread- eagling the field. The Terrapins of Coach Jim Kehoe qualified 13 The temperature stood at 50[individuals and a mile relay degrees at game time and had;team in Friday's trials while dropped two degrees by the l Villanova placed nine men and back in the nightcap and held the Angels to three hits. Hank Aguirre pitched a two- hitter as Detroit edged Cleve- PLEASANT BREAK—Here's a golf course water hazard on which the usual anguish has been minimized. If the duffer finds land 1-0, and Chicago trimmed this water hole on the Tucson, Ariz.. Green Valley Club too tough, New York 2-0 behind Joe Hor- he simply whips out his rod and casts for trout. Here, a golfer len's six-hit hurling. Minnesota "trades" a fish for the ball he lost. defeated Washington 4-1 in the . first game of a scheduled dou-' the' guess that's the way it always is with the close games." Wert, who was in a similar role two years ago when he hit a home run off Washington's' Claude Osteen in a 1-0 Detroit victory, said he still is not happy with his hitting. 'Sometimes, I get up there scoring on a 5-4-3-2- Villanova edged Maryland indoors 24 to 21- 1 ,i. Despite Maryland's in the opener were Brandt's first-inning single and ! -» . . . r»« 1 I Schmidt to Leave St. Ambrose To Take Job at Austin, Minn. Schofield Again Plays Key Role as Giants Whip Reds By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The next time Dick Schofield's phone rings, it may be that little old landlady with the $700-a-month place to rent giving it another try. Schofield. who hasn't been able to locate a place to live In San Francisco, continued to remain right at home on the field for tne Giants, again playing a key role Friday night in a 12-7 victory over Cincinnati. Acquired from Pittsburgh in a straight shortstop swap for Jose Pagan, Schofield went shopping for a place to live Thursday, has hit safely In all six games for his new mates, building a .364 batting average. And against the Reds, he led off with his first homer of the season, kept Cincinnati from moving ahead in the fifth inning with a spectacular fielding play and then got a seven-run rally started in the sixth Inning by walking and scoring the run that put the Giants ahead to stay. Elsewhere in the National League, Milwaukee knocked off the front-running Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4, Houston edged St. Louis 3-2 in 12 innings, Philadel- bumped into the landlady and| pn ia downed the Chicago Cubs was almost bowled over by the 3.1 an( j Pittsburgh made it sev- price tag on her living quarters. Schofield adds to his value every day with the Giants. H« Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 25 Minnesota .. 24 Detroit 23 his 14 .641 — 14 .632 Va 17 .575 2Va Baltimore ... 23 19 .548 SVj Cleveland ... 19 18 .514 5 Los Angeles 22 22 .500 S'/a Boston 19 20 .487 6 New York ... 17 24 .415 9 Washington . 18 26 .409 9Vz Kansas City . 10 26 .278 13Vi Friday's Results Chicago 2, New York 0 Detroit 1, Cleveland 0 ' Boston 9, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 4, Washington 1, 2nd game, rain Los Angeles 3-0, Baltimore 1-3 Today's Games New York at Chicago Kansas City at Boston Minnesota at Washington Cleveland at Detroit Los Angeles at Baltimore, N Sunday's Games New York at Chicago . On today's schedule were five homer in tne tnird inning and a events in which no trials were run . scorlng slngle in tne eighth. "ovI^S toacSfln S S£" Lenny ° reen and Ed BrCSSOUd and feel real cood And other i, M Ioa , deicl in V 16 mile - 1 added homers for the Red Sox. Smeslt^ Don - Wert's eighth-inning ''' 1111 ^" ° ff CM » ri>s *^ ....... Pete Schmidt, head coach at Schmidt will return to ;Bob Johnson's double in the sev-|3t St. Ambrose High Schoolj hign scftool alma mater ln Aus _; Cleveland at Detroit th : ^ ere for ' tne past two years - tin Minn to take over the duties Minnesota at Washington *ac annmm^H that he h a s J/ 1 '^ ™'^ JJJJ JJJ j™ B ° u ™ s; Lo« Angeles at Baltimore 1 i enth. .Friday's trials the team cham-i Felix Mantilla supported Lon- pionship was far from decided. ' borg and Radatz with a two . nm ' addition. Villanova had two ™ e ™f£' SSSl-^ntSS men in tody's "220-y^dsemifr- Hinton s | naig to Maryland's one. The 220 triple, in the game. Jim Northrup dropped Leon Wagner's fly ball in the fourth inning for a two-base error and Aguirre threw the ball away in .the seventh, allowing Vic Daval- illo to reach second. "After I threw that one away, I said to myself, 'it's time to bear down, buddy,' " Aguirre said. Larry Brown lined to Dick McAuliffe to end the inning. The Tigers had a hit in each of the first four innings, including a triple by McAuliffe in the third. But Terry, bidding for his 100th major league victory, retired 11 consecutive batters before Wert's homer. today's program. CLEVELAND AB R II RBI Howser, ss 4 0 0 Hinton, Ib 4 o l Wagner, If 4 o o Colavito, rf 4 o o Alvis. 3b 3 o o Davalillo, cf 3 0 0 L. Brown, 2b 3 0 0 Azcue, c 3 0 1 Terry, p 2 o 0 Totals 30 0 2 DETROIT An IC4A meet record in the javelin by sophomore Russ White paced the Maryland push. White hurled the spear 241 feet, V'a-inch, erasing the mark of 2357 set by another Maryland star, Nick Kovalakides, in 1960. The only other record Friday, as the athletes paced themselves, came in the discus where defending champion John Bakkensen of Harvard uncorked a toss of 173-8-V2. That abolished the mark of 171 feet set by Yale's Vic Frank in 1950. ; Otherwise, the Heptagonal champs saw their long-shot chances fade with only five individual qualifiers. Cornell had 0 j six but was not considered a 01 serious threat. 01 0 0 0 0 0 i homer off Cleveland's Ralph Terry gave Aguirre his fifth victory against two defeats. Terry, 4-3, gave upxjust five hits. The White Sox were held hit- non-final on ]ess by Bill sta f ford until tne sixth inning. Then, Johnny Ro- teaching position and will not return to the local school next year. Boston '6' Wants New Goaltender »t hba f etb *" ' o a c h, ; ° tba11 coacn and liead mano led off with a single,! BOSTON (AP) — Lowly Boston and first place Detroit head for the National Hockey League draft both eyeing a goaltender and another defenseman after completing a multiple-player deal to second on a sacrifice and scored as Don Buford bounced a single off the glove of first baseman Joe Pepitone. Tony Oliva drove in three Minnesota runs with a single and a homer. Bob Allison also! The Bruins, who have the first homered for the Twins. Dave Boswell held the Senators to one hit through 5 2-3 innings until he was forced to leave the game with a blistered finger. 0 AB R II RBI McAuliffe, ss .... 3 0 1 Lumpe, 2b 4 0 0 Cash, Ib 3 0 2 Kaline, cf 3 o o Horton, if 3 o o Northrup, rf 3 0 o o Freehan, c 3 0 l o Wert, 3b 3 1 1 l Aguirre, p 3 0 o o Totals 28 1 5 I Cleveland 000 000 000—0 Detroit 000 000 Olx—1 E —Northrup, Aguirre, LOB— Cleveland 4, Detroit 4. 3B—Hin- ton, McAuliffe. HR —Wert (3). S—Terry. IP H R ER BB SO Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Buffalo 6, Toronto 2, 6 innings, rain Syracuse 6, Rochester 2 Toledo 5, Atlanta 4 Jacksonville 1, Columbus 0 Pacific Coast League Arkansas 4, Denver 2 Salt Lake City 3, Seattle 2 Indianapolis 1, Oklahoma City Portland 3, Spokane 2 Tacoma 7, Vancouver 4 Hawaii 6, San Diego 4 Hootenannys, Ferkie's Win Thp Women's Softball games played Tuesday night were won by WJMS Hootennanys and Ferkie's Bar. WJMS beat the St. James Discs 9 to 2. Winning- pitcher was Pat Livingston and losing pitcher was Donna Korpi. In the second game Ferkie's beat McKevitt-Kershner-Patrick Madcaps 20 to 9. Carol Rahko was the winning pitcher and "It was one of the hardest 1 decisions I ever had to make," j stated Schmidt. "The people in Ironwood are the friendliest I i have ever had the pleasure or meeting, but this position is a; dream come true and I couldn't! turn it down". Schmidt will work in the Iron- wool area until August and will then move to Austin. In the two years that Schmidt has been at the helm of the Ramblers' athletic program, the St. Ambrose High School has expanded from a one-sport school to a four-sport school. Baseball, basketball, cross- country and track are now part of the school's program and Schmidt has been, to a great extent, responsible for the in-! creased athletic program. , Schmidt stated that a replace- j ment has not yet been found,! but he is confident that w h o ever Kansas City at Boston Monday's Games Chicago 'at Cleveland, 2 Kansas City at Washington, 2 Minnesota at Baltimore, 2 Detroit at New York, 2 Los Angeles at Boston, 2 National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Lo3 Angeles 26 Cincinnati ... 23 St. Louis .... 23 Milwaukee .. 20 San Fran. .23 Houston 21 Chicago Philadelphia Pittsburgh . New York .. 19 19 16 16 16 17 18 17 20 24 22 22 24 26 .619 .575 .561 .541 .535 .467 .463 .463 .400 .381 3'/2 3V'a 6V 2 6'/2 W* 9 10 draft pick because of a last place finish for the fifth straight year, are ready to pounce on Toronto's Vezina trophy winner Terry Sawchuk or Johnny Boj wer —the one the Leafs leave unprotected. The Red Wings, first in the regular season but a first round 1^' as^did"have'thTf^n Stanley Cup playoff victim of a> nave tlie ful1 Chicago, want a second goalie to back up 1964-65 Rookie-of-the- Year Roger Crozier. With teams weeding out and dealing to clear decks for the June 7-10 NHL meeting and draft in Montreal, Boston got veterans Al Langlois, a defense- man, and right wing Parker j MacDonald plus promising i won first Place in the 13-inch fe- youngsters Bob Dillabough and. male class of the licensed field Ron Harris Friday. In return i trial nel <3 by the Northland Bea- Detroit acquired wing Ab Me- j S le C1UD last weekend at Iron Donald, defenseman Bob Me- i Mountain. cooperation of the school of-] ficials, the athletes and the' people of the community. Ironwood Beagle Cops First Place in Trial Pachmayer's Torchy, own e d by Don Pachmayer of Ironwood, Corel and rookie defenseman! Shirley Sodervick the losing pitcher. Ken Stephenson. iNext. Tuesday night at 6i45 the trnr nptmit it nrac tvn» oorr^nH Mapcaps will meet the Discs and ] m ™ or *Sl hi nta? Jays p"e 1*1 r na o a/»/•» *•!/•> rro »•»•» n4>V*«*TT«n*-*Kl ._ . ,/«• -•— Friday's Results Pittsburgh 6, New York 1 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 1 Houston 3, St. Louis 2, 12 innings Milwaukee 5, Los Angeles 4 San Francisco 12. Cincinnati 7 Today's Games Milwaukee at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at New York Chicago at Philadelphia St. Louis at Houston Cincinnati at San Francisco Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at New York, 2 Chicago at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Houston Cincinnati at Los Angeles St. Louis at San Francisco Monday's Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh New York at Chicago, 2 Cincinnati at Los Angeles, 2 St. Louis at San Francisco Milwaukee at Houston, N en in a row with a 6-1 triumph over the New York Mets. Besides Schofield, Jim Hart also homered for the Giants while John Edwards and Tommy Harper connected for the Reds. But the decisive fireworks came as the Giants sent 11 men to the plate in the sixth. Schofield started it by walking with one out, coming around to break the 4-4 tie on singles by Jesus Alpu and Willie McCovey. Hal Lanier stroked a key two- run single during the uprising and Tony Perez let in two runs by fumbling a grounder by winning pitcher Bob Shaw. The Dodgers built a 4-0 lead against new Milwaukee pitcher Ken Johnson, but the Braves came back with two runs in the fourth and then put it away against Claude Osteen, 3-5, with a three-run fifth. A walk to Hank Aaron and. singles by Joe Torre and Gene Oliver produced one run. Eddie Mathews then walked and Mack Jones stroked a two-run single that put Milwaukee ahead to stay. Jim Wynn's single and a double by Walt Bond accounted for the Astros' winning run in the 12th as Jim Owens squared his record at 2-2 with three innings of perfect relief pitching. Cardinals starter Ray Sadecki limited Houston to five hits and had a 2-1 lead until Bob Aspro- moitte led off the ninth with a homer. Ray Gulp got home run support from Tony Gonzalez and Wes Covington but needed Chris Short's one-oqt relief help in the ninth inning before subduing the Cubs The Pirates moved out of the NL cellar and the Mets moved in when Bill Mazeroski's sacrifice fly and Willie Stargell's three-run homer produced a four-run eighth inning against Warien Spahn. Bob Veale, 5-2, got the victory with a five-hitter. jin the second game the Hoote- i nanny's will meet Ferkie's Bar ! tem Terry Aguirre 8 9 W — Aguirre (5-2). L — Terry (4-3). T—1:54. A—11,291. Wakefield Little League to Open 7965 Campaign Monday viously the club had sent Marcel Pronovost, Larry Jeffrey, Eddie Joyal and Lowell MacDonald to! Toronto for Andy Bathgate, Bil-i ly Harris and Gary Jarrett. ! Abel Plans One More Trade To Complete 7965-66 Team WAKEFIELD — Monday, May 31, will be the opening day for the Wakefield Little Leag u e ' s 1965 season, with two games be- Bret Hanover Sets Record ing scheduled for play that day. ! All regular season games will begin promptly at 5:15 p.m. unless teams are otherwise noti- i ; fied. Rained out games must be; • made up as soon as possible ! ! upon the agreement of both ; Junc 23 WESTBURY, N.Y. (API —j managers, the player agent and i Athletics vs Tigers Bret Hanover, unbeaten 3-year-1 the umpire. ; Giants vs Yankees old pacer, wrapped up his 27th Following is the schedule f o r June 25 June 16 Giants vs Dodgers Yankees vs Athletics June 18 Athletics vs Braves Yankees vs Tigers June 21 Braves vs Tigers Dodgers vs Athletics U-D, Ohio State Play for Crown ATHENS, Ohio (AP) -Ths By BERNIE KENNEDY DETROIT (AP) — Detroit Red Wings Manager - Coach Sid Abel, wheeler - dealer of the National Hockey League, says one more trade will complete his team for the 1965-66 campaign. Abel disclosed Friday, after announcing a four - for - three player deal between his NHL regular - season champions and NCAA District 4 baseball title the Boston Bruins, that a trade goes on the line today as Ohio for another defenseman was in as a member of Chicago's "Scooter Line" in 1963-64, was a "little down in the dumps" with Boston. He scored nine goals and nine assists. McCord, at 31 the oldest of the three players acquired, was the most sought - after defense- man in the American Hockey League four years ago. Bruins finally gave up players to get him. Stephenson, 23, was recommended to Abel by chief scout The four Jimmie Skinner. Abel planned to draft him but jumped at the! victory with a record smashing I the entire 1965 season: performance in the 835,800 Com-; May 31 modore Pace at Roosevelt Race- ! Athletics vs Braves way Friday night. ; Yankees vs Tigers Bret Hanover paced the mile June 2 in 1:59 2-5 to clip one-fifth sec-1 Braves vs-Tigers ond off the track record for 3- Giants vs Dodgers year-old pacing colts. {June 4 He was in front at every marker, clipping off the first quarter mile in 29-25 seconds, the Second in 29 4-5, the third in 30 3-5 and the final in 29 3-5. Adios Vic finished second, three quarters of a length back of the unbeaten champ. Rivaltime lost runner-up hon- Giants vs Yankees Dodgers vs Athletics June 7 Giants vs Braves Arhletics vs Tigers June 9 Giants vs Athletics Yankees vs Dodgers June 11 ors by a neck. Bobby T. Knight Dodgers vs Tigers was fourth followed in order by 1 Yankees vs Braves Oso Slo, Spinabout, Gee Lee June 14 Hanover, Steady Move and- Dodgers vs Braves •ctrlft Wav«. j Giants vs Tigers Yankees vs Dodgers Giants vs Braves June 28 Dodgers vs Tigers Yankees vs Braves June 30 Giants vs Athletics Dodgers vs Braves July 2 Yankees vs Athletics Giants vs Tigers July 5 Yankees vs Tigers Dodgers vs Giants July 9 Yankees vs Giants Dodgers vs Athletics July 12 Giants vs Braves Athletics vs Tigers July 13 Yankees vs Dodgers State, and Detroit meet in what ; the works. must be a double-or-nothing ef- 1 "We could make the deal I :fort by the collegians from the have in mind before the NHL!opportunitFwh7n J ms l 'narne 1 'was Motor City. meetings in Montreal next j brought up in trade talks i Detroit, with one loss in tour-! month," Abel said. "The deal McDonald who scored a ca narnent play, must win two from : involves a defenseman a n d reer high of 33 goals for tnp ithe undefeated Buckeyes for the j if we get him, I'll concentrate Red Wings two years ago was .championship and a berth in the on drafting players for our mi-i the key acquisition for the INCAA World Series at Omaha nor league teams at Pittsburgh!Bruins acquislllon I01 tne Leagues Combine For 1965 Season The 1965 Babe Rurth League; season will be ushered in with a doubleheader to be played at Monrach Field on Tuesday eve- nine;. League officials have announced that in order to make a more interesting schedule, the Bessomer and Ironwood Babe Ruth Leagues have combined to make a total of eight teams in the league. The Bessemer Field will not be available until the first part of July, stated spokesmen, so mosr of the games will be played in Ironwoodi and some will be played in Ramsay. Following is the first week's schedule: Tuesday, Monarch Field 4:30—Giants vs. Gophers 6:00—Wolverines vs. Athletics Wednesday, Monarch Field 4:30—Orioles vs. Badgers 6:00—Redlegs vs. Spartans Friday, Monarch Field 4:30—Giants vs. Athletics 6:00—Orioles vs. Redlegs Friday, Ramsay Field 4:30—Wolverines vs. Spartans 6:00—Gophers vs. Badgers Racers to Get Final Tests for Monday's Event INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Three hours of carburetion tests today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was the last chance for 33 drivers to handle their cars on the track before the 49th 500-mile race Monday. In the past, this period has been largely an extra practice, but the tests have a closer meaning this year. Many crews, particularly those with new Ford engines, have been trying to find a way to send their cars the full 500 miles on the two mandatory pit stops. + * * Some mechanics have admitted privately that if they use alcohol, three pit stops will be necessary. A possible solution is to use gasoline but that would mean sacrificing horsepower and would also be adding a fire hazard. Some mechanics apparently hope to use a blend of the two fuels and varying formulas of such was what they tested today The carburetion test period meanf much to two 500 veterans Parnelli Jones, Torrance, Calif, and Lloyd Ruby, Wichita Falls, Tex. Both got in trouble and their cars hit the wall after they had qualified, causing heavy damage to both. Both were expected to be in shape for the last war- mup The apparent readiness of the two cars seemingly dissipated the last chance for veteran Rodger Ward to make the race. A starter in 14 straight 500s, former v/inner Ward was the first alternate on the basis of his 34th fastest qualifying time. * * * Ward apparently was resigned to not racing, since it was announced Friday he will do the commentary on a closed-circuit television showing of the speed classic. With the approach of the race, the city's 500 festival, in progress since May 1, neared its' climax — the giant pre-race parade. The procession of 33 elaborate floats, hundreds of bands and marching units and carloads of television, film and sports celebrities and other notables will wind through downtown Indianapolis at twilight today alone, a route lined with 37,000 reserved seats in bleachers. The annual governor's ball was held Friday night. iJune 7-12. Ohio State needs just. and Memphis." one triumph to win the laurels , Abel, making- his Pittsburgh! Bruins. '• "Parker played very well second us and was a real Ohio State moved into the fi- multiplayer swap in nine days, said. "But the fans got on him ale urUh a 4.9 trinl-ni.i> n,.iHr,,. > «.,>,•,* i«« ,,,i~~ i-»_.., ,._..».._ . . " .. i ""° fo^ uii llllll nals with a 4-2 victory Friday \ sent left wingers Parker McDon- over Ohio University, snapping the Bobcats' winning streak at 22 before Detroit Bobcats 8-7. nailed the aid and Bob Dillabough, defense- man Al Langlois and minor league winger defenseman Ron when he failed to score goals as he did two years ago and this affected his play, it also put more pressure on me." 1 and Harris to the Bruns. I Abel feels his hunt for Sophomore right-hander Steve i In a return, the Red Wings | wingers is over. "With v Murphy, Andy Bathgate out 12 in posting his j aid, defenseman Bob McCord llfi victory in 12 outings for the Buckeyes this season. Detroit, in advancing at the expense of Ohio University, was l down 6-0 after seven innings, i But the Titans scored seven runs and minor league defenseman Ken Stephenson. "We're counting on McDonald to deliver with at least 20 goals for us," Abel said, "He's a big, rangy guy and we know he can quired from Toronto) and Me-! field. Venturi Enters Buick Tourney GRAND BLANC (AP) — Recuperating U.S. Open champion Ken Venturi has announced he will play in next week's eighth annual $100,000 Buick Open Golf tournament at the Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club. Venturi has been bothered by an ailment which has caused him to lose his sense of touch in his hand. All seven past Buick Open champions, headed by defending titlist Tony Lema; at least 13 champions of the 19 PGA tournaments this year and at least 29 champions of the 38 tourneys <ac- since the 1964 Open, are in the Kirkwood Leads Speedway Open INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The major casualties in the Speedway Festival Open Golf Tournament, moved this year from the speedway course to longer and trickier Greentree Country Clun, do not include old man par or Joe Kirkwood Jr., the leader at the halfway mark with a 139 Only 15 players including Kirkwood, bettered Greentree's 71-71—142 par for 36 holes, two others matched it. Nobody beat par by more than three strokes, for either 18 or 36 holes, and only three players put together two subpar rounds. OnJ.y Kirkwood could go three under par for the 36 holes Thursday and Friday, and he needed the two days to get that edge with 69-70—139. Tommy Bolt went three under Thursday with a 68, but he slipped to 73 Friday and was in a nine-way tie for seventh place. Lionel Hebert got the only 68 Friday. Added to his opening 72, it gave: him 140 and a five-way tie for second. Beside Kirkwood, the only owners of two sub-par rounds were Miller Barber and Dan Sike.s, each with a pair of 70s. Deadlocked witli Hebert, Barber and Sikes at 140 were former cht-mpion Doug Ford with 6971 and Juan (Chi Chi) Rodriguez with 71-69. left Donald, we have that problem licked. Now we need just one more defenseman," he said. Marcel Pronovost, Larry Jeffrey, Eddie Joyal. Aut Erickson Venturi's entry brought to 150 the number filed for this year's tournament. Only 144 will start Thursday's first round, under to PGA rules. in 'he eighth and broke a score in this league." ,7-7 deadlock with a single run j in the ninth. and Lowell MacDonald were! Some 60 entrants are exempt Ah i •* *, n , , traded to Toronto for Bathgate, The others will have to shoot Abel said McDonald, who Billy Harris and Gary Jarrett a qualifying round at the scored li goals and 32 assists, last May 20. 1 Golf Club n« CAR SLUGGISH? LET US LOOK INTO IT1 Sparkplugs, battery, engine . whatcver's wrong with your' car, we put right, Drive in for a thorough under - the - hood check-up soon. Count on our skill and experience to savt you time, trouble, money! JACK & BUD'S SERVICE 1301 E. ClortrUnd DMT*

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