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SIX IRONWOOD OAUY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, MAY 31, 1f6§. Wakefield Shares U.P. Class C-D Tennis Title With Alpha Koski, Maki of Cardinals Keep Doubles Crown U.P. C-D" TEAM TOTALS Pts. Wakefield a'.i Alpha 8' 4 crystal Falls 7 ''4 Miller, Orioles' Hurler, Holds Foes Scoreless for 27 Innings By MIKE RATHET made Ills fourth straight ap- Associatcd Press Sports Writer I pcnrance In the Red Sox's 3-2. Stu Miller. Baltimore's Abom-Ul-l«nln& victory over Kansas Suable Slowman, finally has completed his third consecutive shutout. City, pitched 1 2-3 scoreless innings and struck out three for a total of 16 in his last seven in- i nings of work. WAKEFIELD — Wakefield's defending Class "C-D" Upper' Peninsula tennis doubles chain- j pions, Roger Koski-Jerry Maki.j fought back from the brink of' virtual defeat here Saturday afternoon, to retain the cr o w n ! they won a year ago at Crystal' Falls. The Koski-Maki victory helped j Wakefield to keep the peninsula! "C-D" team crown, but. the Cardinals have to share the title with a surprisingly strong Alpha Mastadon net sq u a d. j Each team posted 8".4 points, while pre-meet favorite. Crystal Falls, finished with 7'-.i. The meet was the most closely contested I in history. j Saturday's title Is Wakel'leld'si 12th in U. P. competition,! while the championship is Al-! pha's first in history. i It was a genuine Frank Mer- 1 riwell finish for the Rcdb i r d duo, who fought their way to the finals opposite Dave Campana-Mark Simeoni, Crystal Falls The Falls pair won the open-j ing set of the title match with i comparative ease, 6-3, and en-' joyed leads of 4-2 and 6-5 in the | second set, but the defend i n g j champions swept to victories in! the next three games to capture 1 the set, 8-6. j Campana-Simeoni rushed in t oi an early third set lead, 5-1, and: appeared to have enough mo-! mentum to win wtlh ease, but at this point the Cardinal twosome began their long, up-h i 11 j battle to win the next six games in a row to win the third and deciding set, 7-5, and .the championship. In addition to winning the U. P. doubles title for the past I two years, Koskl-Maki were run- 1 ners-up to another Wakefie 1 d i pair, Terry Salmi-Douglas Syre-j ini, in 1963. ' Koski-Maki won their way into! the finals with opening round victories over Dick-Horner-R o n Albiero, Crystal Falls, 6-2, 6-3 and over Alhpa's Earl Lepisto- Randy Bjork, 6-4, 6-4. In gaining the finals, Campa-, na-Simeoni repulsed Wakefield's! two other doubles entries, Al In- ! kal-Sheldon Jaakola, 6-1, 6-2, •nd came from behind to edge; the Card's No. 2 entry, John ', Valesano-Bill Lehotsky, 8-6, 3-6, 6-4. * In an all-Alpha singles finale,; Greg Leonard! w h i p p e d his j It took 14 appearances by the I 137-yuar-old right-hander, but The Minnesota Twins, mean! Miller finished the job Sunday | while, moved into first place by iwhen he came on in the seventh beating Washington 6-0 behind inning and got the final two outs Camilo Pascual's four-hitter to cut off a Los Angeles rally'while the New York Yankees before the Orioles pushed across i dropped Chicago to second by the winning run in their half of edging the White Sox 3-2 in 12 the Inning for a 4-3 victory. i innings. Cleveland walloped DeMiller, who started his string on April 29 when he was smarting with a 7.88 earned run average, now has baffled American League batters with his assortment of slow stuff for 27 straight scoreless innings. During that stretch he has struck out 27 and allowed just eight hits \vnile trimming his ERA to an eye-popping 1.80. Miller replaced starter Wally Bunker with two on and one out in the seventh after Jim Fregosi hac! doubled home the tying run. Miller filled the bases by walking Willie Smith intentionally, then retired Costen Shockley on a foul pop and Bob Rodgers on a liner to second baseman Jerry Adair. trolt 10-2 as Rocky Colavito drove in five runs. Brooks Robinson knocked in two Oriole runs with a pair of singles in the third and sixth inning before Johnny Orsino. who homered earlier started tho winning seventh-inning rally with a single off Ron Plche. Orsino was sacrificed to second, Boog Powell was walked intentionally and then Adair stroked a game-winning single to left field. Tony Conigllaro pulled the Reel Sox into a 2-2 tie with the A's in the ninth with his loth SELLS FIRST TICKET—Jerome Corda, left, president of the Hiawatha Racing Association, is shown selling the first ticket for the season to Joseph Semo, one of the Association members, who is going to build a stock car for the racing. The sale heralded the start on a drive for 300 members. (Daily Globe Photo i Regan Again Takes Pounding As Indians Drub Tigers 70-2 Clemente Has Sparked Pirates To 10-Game Winning Streak By MURRAY CHASS i Manager Marry Walker attrl- Associaled Press Sports Writer butes the sudden surge to sever- Roberto Clemente has switched from pop off pills to pep up pills. The Pittsburgh Pirates have switched, too. They've abandoned the National League's Battle of the Bottom and instead have declared war on the rest of the league. Tho Pirates, with Clemente at the front of the attack, extended their winning streak to 10 al factors, Clemente among them. It was only earlier this month that the league's defending batting champion was quoted as saying: "I want to be traded from this club, and I don't want to play for this manager any more." Clemente thought differently soon afterward and now is doing a lot of playing for Walker. He's also taking a lot of pep meir winning SUCHK lu iu; pllls to combat the Weakness games Sunday by clobbering the i f hBt remains from the malaria New York Mets 9-1 and 12-0.) attack ne suffered durlng tne The streak, coming immediately after an eight-game losing string, equals the longest in the majors this season. Houston also won 10 in a row. Pittsburgh, now in ninth, is no longer in much of a battle for last place, moving four games ahead of the Mets with a sweep of their four-game series. At the i same time, the Pirates rocketed ! to within one place. game of sixth By BERME KENNEDY Miller's fireballing colleague j t 0 Ed Bressoud. homer Then in the llth Radatsj Associated Press Sports Writer contributed the only hit to Bos-| DETROIT (AP) — It's a good ton's winning rally, stroking a single following a two-out walk bet that it will be quite a while lose all five doubleheaders toi date. CLEVELAND Howser ss AB K II RBI .5131 before Phil Regan starts anoth-1 Whitfield Ib 5 in relief, Boston's Dick Radatz. j After Raclatz' hit, both run- i er same for the Detroit Tigers. ners advanced on a wild pitch teammate, Tim Stankewicz, 6-4, 6-2. Leonard! received his sternest; test of the meet from Wakefield's Dan Seppa, overcoming an early lead to win, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. He then tripped Gary Friestrom, Crystal Falls, singles fa- by John Wyatt and Mike Ryan walked, loading the bases. Wyatt then wacked Lenny Green, forcing In the winner. Pasc.ual brought his record to 6-0 with his first shutout of the season, with home run support ! Wagner If 4 Regan, a 15-game winner twoi A1V j S 3l3 •••••••• vorite, 6-3, 9-7. Stankewicz w o n'from Zoilo Versalles and Harover Bill Kallio, Crystal Falls, j 6-1, 6-2, before edging Bill! Stream, Crystal Falls, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Killebrew against the Sen- Vorsalles homered in the fourth following singles by Joe 41 years ago. suffered his fourth! rjavalillo cf 5 setback in five starts when the i «„„,,,, ,, '"" = f~tt \.-»-n i ' *»«wUU \j . . . t • i i . O Cleveland Indians snapped out | oonzales 2b 4 of a long batting slump and, McDo well D 4 clubbed the Tigers 10-2 Sunday.' Regan, who hasn't won this season, was routed in the fourth, inning when the first four Cleve-j;J, 0 °y ™ land batters singled. The Indians scored four times before Jack Hamilton, first of three relief pitchers, could get them out. For the first time in history.! Nossek and Pascual and Kllle- ... Wakefield failed to win a singles ! brew closed out the scoring with | It ' was Regan's first start match in U.P. tourney play. In| nis seventh homer in the ninth i -- • addition to Seppa's loss to Leon-i ardi, the Card's Jim Smith was! upset by Bill Stream, Crystal Falls. 6-3, 6-1, while John Petranek gave Crystal's Friestrom a tough battle before succumbing, 6-4, 9-7. Wakefield scored The White Sox pulled into a tie with the Yankees in the eighth inning when Smokey Burgess doubled for the 100th pinch hit of his career and Dan- I ny Cater followed with a single all of its Bul successive singles by points7n~doubies~ln Saturday's ! Bobb y Richardson, Roger Marls 1 and Ray Barker off reliever Hoyt Wilhelm, produced the winning run for the Yankees in the 12th. Colavito slugged his 10th homer ano collected three singles in meet. In addition to the K o ski- Maki championship performance, early round doubles scored by Inkala-Jakkola ov e r Bruce Trudell-Dennis Skibo, Alpha, 6-1, 6-1, and John Valesano- jJlld, \J-t-, u -i, auu vwjjjj v cn^uciinj- , .. Bill Lehotsky, over David Kud j if.f^f wa, Dennis Tebout, Alpha, 6-0, 6-0. Indians to an easy they had suffered two straight shutouts by the Tigers. Saturday's peninsula championship climaxed another sue- t ".': cessful net season for Wakefield. Sam McDowell checked De- hits, one of them iJoHnsori In addition to their newly won "C-D" title, Wakefield regained the M i c h i g a n-Wisconsin Conference title from Ashland, and scored dual meet wins over Iron Mountain 8-2, Menominee 6-0, Ironwood 5-1 and Negaunee 5-4,! while losing to Crystal Falls Willie Morton's 10th homer, and struck out 13. Totals DETROIT Wood 2b Wert 3b 1 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 10 winter. The illness kept him away from most of spring training and still has him at less- than-playing weight. The pills apparently are working. During the winning streak. the 30-year-old right fielder Is hitting .458 and has raised his season's average 65 points to .308. In the New York series he rapped 11 hits in 19 trips to the plate. Elsewhere in the NL, Los Angeles clobbered Cincinnati 12-5. Chicago defeated Philadelphia 4-1. San Francisco edged St. Louis 3-2 in 10 innings and Mil- j waukee nipped Houston 6-5. Bob Friend stopped the Mets Ashland Wins District Title 0: The Ashland Ored o c k e r s i ° n 5 pulled a three-hit shutout out of \ in S the first 12 men he faced li their bag of baseball tricks to • Tne Pirates broke a l-l tie in 0; blank Washburn 4-0 and wini tne slxtn inning, scoring two 21 the Hurley District Base ball! runs witn tne aid °* two errors o Crown. The game was original- i bv shortstop Roy McMillan and 0: ly scheduled for Montreal Field I one bv center fielder Johnny nit s in the opener, retir- ABR II RBI ila " d °" Saturday Demeter Ib 3 4 3 3 3 Work on Car Track Begun since May 9 when he went 2 2-3 innings against Baltmore and was tagged with his third loss. "He just wasn't putting the ball where 'he wanted it," outgoing manager Bob Swift said. . "But in his defense, I'll'say the Indians were due to hit. They only had four hits in the first two games, and we know they are a better club than that." Charlie Dressen. who resumes his managerial duties in New York today, tried to avoid the question on what would happen to Regan, but said "we'll put him back in the bullpen" when pressed for an answer. Willie Horton hit a two-run homer for the Tigers in the second inning. That was all Tiger fans had ito shout about as Indians pitcher Sam McDowell gave up singles to George Thomas and Horton the rest of the way. McDowell, the league leader in strikeouts, fanned 13 Tigers ito bring his total for the season to 84. 5-4, Stambaugh 8-0 and M a r - j Construction has begun on a! Ex-Tiger Rocky Colavito had I stock car racing track at t h e i his best day against his former G o g e b i c County Fairgrounds, | teammates with four hits and Jerome Corda, president of the,five runs batted in, three of Hiawatha Racing Associa-jthem on a home run in the fifth tion, has announced, and mem- inning. bership tickets have been sold Leon Wagner added a pair of J^u ^V. A 4 J-Y/11? . , . ... . *^ . . Skibo (Alpha), Johnson pioneered the development of the small fishing motor more than forty years ago. Today, more fishing boats arc powered by Johnson outboards than any other. The reason? Very simple ... fishermen every wlicrc will tell you it'* because of dependable performance...the kind you can count on-a Johnson Sea-Horse doesn't let you down when the going gets tough! Choost from five quiet and lightweight Sea-Horse compacts ... 3, 5, 6, 9'/> and 18 h.p. They all use the new money-saving 50:1 gas/ oil mix and don't require expensive marine gas or special oils. Johnson backs 'em up with a full 2-year Warranty that includes both parts and labor! 2-YEAR WARRANTY For 24 months after purchase JOHNSON MOTORS will replace, without cost to the original purchaser, any part of its manufacture which upon inspection proves to have failed in normal use due to faulty material or workmanship. McUodAv.. !r«nw*ed Ph. 932-0612 quette 8-1. Seniors, who will be lost toy the Cardinal squad this year include: Roger Koski, Jerry Maki. Jim Smith, John Valesano, John Petranek, Roger Bugni, and Marvin Suomi. "C-D" net meet summary: DOUBLES First Round Al Inkala-Sheldon J a k k o 1 a (Wakefield) eliminated Bruce Trudell-Dennis 6-1, 6-1. Second Round John Valesano-Bill Lehots k y (Wakefield^ blanked David Kudwa-Dennis Tebout (Alpha). 6-0, 6-0. Dave Campana-Mark Simeoni (Crystal Palls) defeated Inkala-Jakkola (Wakefield), 6-1, 6-2. . Roger Kosk 1-Jerry Maki i (Wakefield) whipped Dick Horn! er-Ron Albiero (Crystal F 11s), !6-2, 6-3. | Earl Lepisto-Randy Bjork (Alpha) topped Mike Casanova- Leo Schiavo (Crystal Falls), 6-2, 7-5. Semi-Finals Campana-Simeoni (CF) edged by Valesano-Lehotsky (W), 8-6, 3-6, 6-4. Koski-Maki (W) elimln a t e d Lepisto-Bjork (A), 6-4, 6-4. Ch mpionship (Wakefield) retained their U.P. Class "C-D" doubles crown by overcoming Dave Campa n a Mark Simeoni (Crystal Falls), 3-6, 8-6, 7-5. SINGLES First Round Bill Stream (Crystal Falls) whipped Tim Czarnik (A 1 pha) 6-0, 6-1. Second Round Tim Stan k e w i c z (Alpha) trounced Bill Kallio (Crystal Falls), 6-1, 6-2. Stream (Crystal Falls) upset Jim Smith (Wakefield), 6-3, 6-1. Greg Leonard) (Alpha) rallied to edge Dan Seppa (Wakefield), 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Gary Friestrom (Crystal Falls) withstood a John Petranek (Wakefield) rally to win 6-4, 9-7 Semi-finals , Stankewicz overcame Stream,. 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Leonard! surprised Friestrom, 6-3, 9-7. Cahmpionship , Greg Leonard! whipped i teammate Tim Stankewicz, 6-4, 6-2, to annex the U. P. Class "C-D" singles title. j for the 1965 season. A total membership of 300 is anticipated at a cost of $5 for the season, which entitles the holders of the first 300 tickets to all races for this season. Regular admissions will be $1 for adults, 50 cents for students and 25 cents for children. Children under five years of age will be admitted free with their par-|McAuliffe. singles and a triple to Cleveland's 16-hit attack. He also scored three runs. The Tigers' only other scoring- threat came in the sixth inning. Don Demeter walked but was erased when Al Kaline hit into a double play. Horton's single, a walk and error loaded the bases before McDowell struck out Dick ents. The loss snapped a five-game Corda noted that interest has: Detroit winning streak and left really begun to grow rapidly j them in third place, six games and that now more than 20! above the .500 mark. stock cars are being built with Denny McLain and Joe Spar- Kaline cf ... Horton if ... Thomas rf ... Moore c McAuliffe ss 3 > 1 Oyler ph 1 North r up ph 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 Vernon Law pitched a six-hit Ashland "wll'f now meet Mellen! shutout in the second game. He as both teams battle for the ! received home run support from | right to advance to the Wlscon- : Jim Pagliarom with two on, sin High School Baseball Sec- Gene Allev witn one on and wil * ; tional tourney to be played this lie Stargell and Bob Bailey. 0 2 i week. " " ~~ ' ' """".each with the bases empty. O 1 ntJi. t — i i.. , Sandy Koufax brought ,v,! Dick Lee was largely responsi- his " i ble for the victory as he hurled< record to 7-3, holding the Reds °!a brilliant game, striking out|to live hits and striking out 13. U _i_i.j. ...1.1 <_ j.i__ ^ ,__,_.. .. .Tnnn Rnsphm-n rivnup in r.hrpp "I eight while the Oredockers' de-: J0lin Koseooro drove in inree „ fense Dlaved faultless hnll. , Dodger runs wth three singles Lumpe ph Totals Cleveland Detroit IP H R ER BB SA E—Howser. DP—Cleveland 2, Detroit 1. LOB—Cleveland 6, Detroit 9. 2B—Gonzales, Whitfield. SB- Wagner. HR —Colavito (10), Horton (101. 0 ; fense played faultless ball. Time Polle of Ashland was the , ,, ,. ..j.,, _ —. . . while Maury Wills Ron Fairly, 250,000 Watch 49th 500-Mile Car Race Today By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — ID this space age day, more than 250,000 persons Jammed the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to watch an earth-bound speed showdown in the 49th Memorial Day 500-mile auto race. Even astronaut Virgil Oris- som was on hand as 33 landlocked capsules on wheels be- gait orbiting speedway's 2Vi- mile oval at 11 a.m., EST, In a 3'/2-hour attack on big Indy records and a $600,000 purse. * * *• But space shots never packed them in like the milling mob lured by a new-breed uprising of eight-cylindered, rear-engine cars, headed by defending champion A. J. Foyt in a ground-hugging Lotus-Ford. With all the talk of the demise of the old Indy King, the Offenhauser front-engined roadster, several million dollars of engineering skill and apparatus faced a deadly challenge of searing friction and human error in the blurring charge of 27 rear-engine Johnny-come-late- lys. Only 12 cars were running at the end of last year's record- smashing, but tragic race which kilJec! Eddie Sachs and Dave MacDonald in a funeral pyre crackup on the second lap. Foyt set a record 147.350 m.p.h. pace in what now is regarded the obsolete Offy roadster, four of which made an apparent requirem run today. Foyt sped off in the pole position driving his red and blue trimmed white car which set a 10-mile qualifying record of 161.233 m.p.h. May 14. 1 n n n J-'"«= JTUIIC ui rtoiutnm was uie _: . _ " , .—• „. ~ :" ' •,J ° J "big bat at the plate for Ashland Dlc * Tracewski and Wes Parker < as he belted out a sintrlp and a ieach contributed a pair of runsi * * * 000 430 120-10 !S u we in fJ 0 trip* to tie St/ ' A wild, unpredictable race 020 000 000— 2,sp TS no fij-es two two two 22 • T ! ie Cubs downed tne Phillies j loomed between Foyt, also the No forest fires were renorted benir id the hitting of Ernie 1961 winner: Scotland's Jimmy in thp Rnvnp-n Tii<5tri<-r fnr tho Banks and the pitching of Dick Clark and Dan Gurney, round- in tne xjaLa.K,a i_Jlol*llL.t IUI Ulc —_.., ., _. , ,, , . . . ,, ^-.11 week endine Mnv 2 1 ? rpnnrt<? thp Ellsworth. Banks collected ing out the first three-car row- Michigan Department of Conser-! ^ hree hits including his 10thland 1963 champion Parnelll va tj on homer, and drove in two runs. Jones and rookies Mario An- IP McD'ell 9 Regan 3 Harn'ton 2 II R ER BBSO The district is comprised ot\ Baraga. Gogebic, Houg h t o n' . and Ontonagon counties. To date 7 13 i in the year 1965, the district has 3, had 12 fires which burned nine Glad'ng 2 Sherry 2 W — McDowell (4-5). L — Regan. Regan faced 4 men in 4th. HBP—By McDowell (Northrup). WP — McDowell, Hamilton. PB—Azcue. T—2:44. A—17,524. . acres. Caffey, Breen Sign '65 Packer Contracts GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The Green Bay Packers announced Sunday the signing of Roy Caffey linebackers Lee and Gene Breen for the 1965 Michigan Bowler Wins $7,000 in Tournament MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — William Dockter of Dansville. Mich., completed a 12-game score of 2,678 Sunday and took first place money in the $36,000 Holiday Inns National Singles j Bowling Tournament. • Dockter took home $7.000 for! his first place finish. He was \ followed by William Stokes of Smithfield, Tex., the mid-point I leader who finished with 2,652; and earned $5,000. National Football League season. Caffey. a 250-pound former Texas A&M star, won a starting berth midway through the 1964 campaign. Breen saw limited action as a rookie last fall. Ellsworth scattered seven hits. record to 6-3. Milwaukee stopped Houston's four-game winning streak as Hank Aaron slammed a two-run homer and Felipe Alou and Mack Jones added bases-empty blows. The homer barrage overrode' a Houston rally In the fourth inning when Joe Gaines singled, and Rico Carty's error on the play permitted three runs to score. The Giants edged the Cardinals on Bob Skinner's bases- loaded error in the 10th. Willie Mays, out of the line-up with a heavy cold, batted for Jim Hart with two out and lofted a high fly to Skinner, who dropped the ball. St. Louis tied the game in dretti and Billy Foster, second row starters. Except Canadian Foster — driving a rear-engined Offy, the top qualifiers all were wheeling rear-engined Fords, powered by eight cylinders compared with the Offy four. Attendance at the Speedway Memorial Day spectacle never is announced, but owner Tony Hulman concedes there are reserved seats for more than 160.000 spectators and that another 100,000 can be packed — along with 25,000 cars — within the huge racing oval. Dr. Thomas Hanna, head of a staff of 250 doctors and nurses for what must be the world's largest holiday outing, de- the eighth on Tim McCarver's scribed the Speedway plant as a I sacrifice fly. ! "one-day city of 300,000" more expected. 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