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DAlU GLGiic, iRuNWuoO, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965. Senators Sweep Their 5th Doubleheader of Campaign Frank Howard Powers Attack By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Frank Howard doesn't have lead in his feet any more. There isn't any in his bat either. A National League veteran turned American League rookie, Howard continued his steady batting climb Wednesday night as the Washington Senators swept their fifth doubleheader of the season, most in the majors, by mauling the Los Angeles Angels 13-0 and 7-1. The genial giant collected six hits in 10 at-bats, including two tiomers, and knocked in five runs as the Senators slipped ahead of the New York Yankees tnto eighth place in the AL. His performance gave Howard the league lead in runs batted in with 39, a tie for the lead in home runs with 10 and a tie for the lead in hits with 57. He also raised his average 17 points to .302, putting him among the league's top 10 hitters. * * * Headed for possibly the best season in his six-year carer, the e-foot-7, 250-pound outfielder can attribute his torrid pace partly to five pounds of lead he carried around with him during spring training. Howard, the biggest name in a seven-player deal between the Senators and the Los Angeles Dodgers last winter, reported to the Washington camp nearly 20 pounds overweight. To combat this problem, Howard wore a 2V'2-pound weight in each shoe not only in practice but in exhibition games as well In other AL games, Minnesota defeated Boston 6-3 and Baltimore trimmed Kansas City 6-4. Rain washed out Detroit at New York and Chicago at Cleveland. Howard slammed two homers and a double for four RBI in the first game while Joe Cunningham drove in five runs with three hits, including a homer, all in support of Phil Ortega's five-hitter. Howard's three singles in the nightcap increased his average against the Angels to .458 in six games. Ken McMullen slammed a two-run homer In the first inning and added two singles as Bennie Daniels and Ron Kline combined for a six-hitter. * * * Jim-Perry turned in a brilliant relief sting for Minnesota, relieving starter Jim Grant with two on and one out in the second inning and allowing only one Boston baserunner, on an error, until Lenny Green singled with two out in the seventh. The Twins' Harmon Killebrew and Jimmie Hall each smashed a two-run homer. Baltimore overcame a 3-0 Kansas City lead on Curt Blefary's two-run double and a two- run homer by Norm Siebern in the sixth inning. Dick Hail pitched the final four innings for the Orioles, limiting the Athletics to two hits, one of them Dick Green's ninth-inning homer. Tigers Hope to Practice Today Against Farm Club at Syracuse SYRACUSE (AP) - Weather; Tho Tigers had an off day permitting, the Detroit Tigers | Tuesday, after splitting a Me- hope to get in some practice mortal Day doubleheader with here today against their Syracuse farm hands of the International League. Rain washed out a scheduled game with the Yankees in New York Wednesday night. It was rescheduled as part of a twl night doubleheader there 27. the- Yankees. Manager Charlie Dressen changed his pitching plans for the exhibition here, naming Phil Regm) and Jack Hamilton. Ear-! lier he had indicated Dave Wic- j use the farm. Bessemer Loop Has 4-Way Tie STANDINGS W Poor Joe's 2 White Birch 2 East Young 2 Fiori East Old Anvil Tavern Cramblit's . . Cossi's ( k'ershsm might Jul y stop over to get in work which Dre&sen says he needs. But the manager said Wednesday he plans to use Wickersham in batting practice at Cleveland, where the Tigers open a four- game series Friday, and to start 1 him Monday night in Los Angeles, "where they have a big 1 park." ' The New York rain-out may L i cause another shift in Dressen's 1 pitching plans. Hank Aguirrq 1 was scheduled to go there, with 1 Mickey Lolich, Denny McLain 1 2 GROUND LEVEL—Richie Allen of the Philadelphia Phillies slides safely into home as Joe Torre of the Milwaukee Braves finds himself just a second too late and just inches short. Drysdale Registers His 9th Win Of Year With Perranoski's Help 1965 Babe Ruth Schedule Given Games scheduled for the next four weeks of the 1965 season by the combined Ironwood-Bessemer Babe Ruth Baseb a 11 League have been announced by Wayne Melchiori, the league's player agent. All games will be played at Monarch Field here, with the first games of the doubleheaders beginning at 4:30 and the second contests at 6. The team listed second in the schedule is the home team. Following Is the schedule: June 3 Athletics vs Giants Orioles vs Redlegs June 4 Gophers vs Wolverines Spartans vs Badgers June 7 Giants vs Wolverines Athletics vs Spartans June 8 Redlegs vs Gophers Badgers vs Orioles June 9 Wolverines vs Redlegs Spartans vs Giants June 10 Orioles vs Athletics ' Gophers vs Badgers June U Giants vs Redlegs Spartans vs Orioles Jiut M Badgers vs Wolverines Athletic* vs Gophers June 17 Wolverines vs Athletics Gophers vs Spartans June 18 Orioles vs Giants Redlegs vi Badgers June M Giants vs Badgers Gophers vs Orioles June 23 Redlegs vs Athletics ijpartans vs Wolverines Poor Joe's continued its w i lining streak with a 18-16 w i n over the Last East Oldtimers in the third week's action in the Bessemer Slow-Pitch S o f tball League which now has four teams tied for first place. The White Birch Wildcats got their second win of the season with a 19-15 victory over Anvil and the Last East Young scored its second triumph of the season 12-9 over Cramblit's and in a Saturday evening affair Fiori's made a valiant comback to. nip Cossi's 17-15. Poor Joe's got off to a 10-run first inning off the pitching of Harry Rizzie but had to c o m e back in the eighth inning with six runs to win the contest. The Oldtimers tied the affair at 12 each in the seventh inning and a last inning rally fell short for the losers. Bob Richards homered for the Poor Joe's Mets and Ron Maki got the mound win. The White Birch Wildcats, led by Rokonen with a solo blast, and the dual pitching performances of Al Saily and "Chief" Kivisto, brought themselves into the tie for the top spot as they downed the Anvil Hill- toppers. Kivisto was the winning pitcher and M. Evsich suffered the loss. The Last East Young put together 18 hits to total 12 runs and win over Cramblit's o f Ironwood. Cramblit's collected 11 hits and nine runs. It was the second straight loss for Camblit's. Bob Bodah had a perfect day at the plate, getting five for five, and Bud Evans gained his second win on the mound for East Young. In a contest played Saturday night, Fiori's Brewers came back from a 15-8 margin and nipped Cossi's Bar 17-15. Cossi's displayed some home run talent as it banged out five round trippers. However, a determined team effort by Fiori's pulled the game-winning trick The winning p i t c h er was Sarge" Anglim and the loser was B. Peterson. : Games scheduled for this evening are: East Old vs Anvil at Anvil, East Young vs Fiori's at Erwin, Crmablit's vs Cossi's at Yale and Poor Joe's vs White Birch at Underwood. order in the first three games, possibly followed by Aguirre. Dressen has indicated he may even pick up a pitcher here L .os Angeles Dodgers' premier Billy Graham, a 27-year-old right-hander By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Don Drysdale's dew point is higher than his winning percentage — but not much higher. St. Louis humidity wilted the right-hander, making a come- after six innings Porky's Leads Softball Loop STANDINGS W Porky's 4 Smitty's 3 Old Office 3 Johnny's 2 Last East 2 White Birch 1 Petrusha's 0 City Hotel 0 L 0 0 1 2 2 3 3 4 Porky's Bar has climbed t o the top of the heap in the Iron Slow-Pitch So f t b a 11 with a perfect 4-0 re- Dounty League cord. Porky's gained its fourth win of the season by trouncing the ity Hotel squad 16-11 while Johnny's ran up a 21-11 score over the Last East End unit The Old Office Bar won i t s ;hird game of the season b y downing the White Birch In n 12-8. The contest between Petrusha's Bar and Smitties was post' poned because of rain and will be rescheduled at a later date. Next week's schedule w i 11 be Petrusha's vs City Hotel at Montreal, Smitty's vs. Johnny's at Mercer, Porky's vs. White Birch at Bessemer and Old Office vs. Last East at Bessemer. Results of Fights MADRID—Fortunate Manca, 146%, Italy, knocked out Carmelo (Gancho) Garcia, I47 l /a, Spain, 3. Manca retained Euro; pean welterweight title. ; PARIS—Marcel Cerdaiv Jr , , 137, France, knocked out Jaime jAparici. 133, Spain, 2. sys- stili 1 for .. ---.uer. . preferably Bill Monbouquette of| Boston. i L. Hebert's Team Wins Golf Event GRAND BLANC (AP)— An 11- under-par round of 32-29—61 won for pro Lionel Hebert's four-man team Wednesday the curtain- raising $2,500 pro-am of the Buick Open Golf Tournament. Herbert's 69 was the best Wednesday night but didn't stop him from becoming the win- ningest pitcher in the majors as win" y , any P 1 ? ancl won -New York at Chicago, him $250 on top of $200 he got | Francisco at Milwaukee back in the minor league tern, but said the Tigers still are seeking to make a deal for :the National League leaders an established major leaguer, j cuffed the Cardinals 4-1. Reliever Ron Perranoski nailer, down Drysdale's ninth victory in 12 decisions with a scoreless three-inning stint after the Dodgers starter tired in 79 per cent humidity at Busch Stadium. The triumph, which launched a 14-game road trip for the Dodgers, boosted their league lead to four games — the biggest margin they've had this season. Cincinnati moved into second place, three percentage points ahead of San Francisco, by trimming Houston 5-2 in a game called after six innings because of ram. The rest of the schedule San Francisco at Milwaukee and Philadelphia at Pittsburgh — was washed out. Baltimore topped Kansas City 6-4; Minnesota beat Boston 6-3 and Washington swept a doubleheader from the Los Angeles Angels 13-0 and 7-1 in American League night action. The Detroit-New York and Chicago- Cleveland AL games also were rained out. Drysdale allowed five of the nine St. Louis hits, picking up his third straight victory and 150th since he broke in with the then-Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956. His nine victories this season top the Cardinals' Bob Gibson and Cincinnati's Sammy Ellis, the winner Wednesday night against Houston, by one. Perranoski, unscored upon in his last five appearances — spanning 91-3 innings, fanned the side in the seventh after yielding a leadoff double to Mike Shannon. A double play helped him out of a ninth-inning jam when the Cardinals bunched their last three hits but failed to score. Tommy Harper's three-run double and homers by Gordy Coleman and Johnny Edwards gave Ellis all the help he needed in the rain-shortened Astros- Reds game. The Astros, playing without injured regulars Jim Wynn, Lee Maye and Eddie Kasko, clipped Ellis, 8-2, for two runs in the fourth, The first one scored on Pete Rose's throwing error, the other on Bob Lillis' single. • Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota ... 28 Chicago 27 Detroit 25 Baltimore .. Cleveland .. Los Angeles Boston Washington New York .. Kansas City 26 21 25 21 22 19 10 15 16 19 21 20 26 23 28 26 30 .651 .628 .568 .553 .512 .490 .477 .440 .422 .250 1 31/2 4 6 7 7Va 9Ms 10 16V'a Wednesday's Results Detroit at New York, rain Chicago at Cleveland, rain Baltimore 6, Kansas City 4 Minnesota 6, Boston 3 Washington 13-7, Los Angeles 0-1 of the winning team Only Arnold Palmer and Ray Floyd, with 71s. joined Hebert in eclipsing par 72' on the 7,280- yard Warwick Hills course. Jack Nicklaus, master's champion and leading money winner, soared to an 82, taking a quadruple bogie eight on the fourth hole where he put three shots out of bounds. Mason Rudolph's team placed second with 32-30—62. Five teams — led by pros Fred Hawkins, Tommy Aaron, Palmer, Johnny Potts and Doug Sanders —tied for third with 63s. Hebert's partners were Archie Tarpoff and Pete Corey of Lansing and John Gallagher of Detroit. Rudolph had Howard Downing, Dr. George Andrews and Ron Campbell, all of Flint. Indians Edge Dodgers 5-3 A fourth-inning home run with two men on base broke open a closely contested Ironwood Little League game a? the Indians edged the Dodgers 5-3 in the second game of the evening's doubleheader played at the Little League Field Wednesday. The game was extremely well played for so early in the season. Both teams banged out a single run in the first inning and then went scoreless until D. Pahjala stepped to the plate with two teammates on the bases for the Indians in the bottom half of the fourth inning and sent one sizzling over the fence to give the Indians a 4-1 advantage. Both teams scored a run in the fifth inning and the Dodgers failed with a one-run 'comeback in the final inning. N. Backon was on the mound for the winners striking out 10. walking none and allowing seven hits. R. Eastman was behind the plate for the Indians. Or. the rubber for the losers, was Aho who struck out seven walked two and allowed four hits. He was relieved in the fourth by Kuklenski who struck out two walked none and allowed a pair of hits. Inch was catcliting for the Dodgers. Big guns at the plate for the Indians were Pahjala with his fourth-inning homer M. Sokalowski tallied a double and two singles and I. Cisewski peppered out a pair of singles. For the Dodgers it was Johnson with three singles Lutey with P double and a single and Inch with a two-bagger. Hurley Summer Practice Set Hurley High School baseball coach Bill Zell has announced that practice for the Midgets' baseball season will begin on Monday at 6 p.m. at the Montreal Field. This practice is open to all boys from the Hurley school! system who have graduated from eighth grade through those boys who are graduating from the 12th grade this year. Today's Games Boston at Minnesota Only game scheduled Friday's Games Detroit at Cleveland, N Chicago at New York, N Washington at Minnesota, N Boston at Kansas City, N Baltimore at Los Angeles, N National League W. L. Pet. Los Angeles . 30 Cincinnati ... 25 San Francisco 26 17 20 21 19 22 24 27 25 25 29 .638 .556 .553 .537 .522 .467 .460 .444 .444 .383 G.B. 4 4 5 9 9 12 Milwaukee .. 22 St. Louis 24 Pittsburgh .. 21 Houston 23 Chicago 20 Philadelphia 20 New York ... 18 Wednesday's Results New York at Chicago, cold and fog San Francisco at Milwaukee, rain Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, rain Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 1 Cincinnati 5, Houston 2, called 6 innings, rain Today's Games New York at Pittsburgh, N Houston at Cincinnati, N San Francisco at Milwaukee, N Los Angeles at St. Louis, N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Philadelphia at Chicago Los Angeles at Milwaukee, N Houston at St. Louis, N San Francisco at Cincinnati, N New York at Pittsburgh, N Michigan Derby Trial Heads Saturday's Card HAZEL PARK $15,000 Michigan (AP) — The Derby Trial, second biggest race of the year in Michigan for 3-year-olds will highlight the 10-event card at Hazel Park Race Track this Saturday. Standard Oil, Carlson's Win Carlson's Super Market and Standard Oil captured wins in Wednesday night's play in the Ironwood Slow-Pitch S o f t b all League in a double-header at Randa Field. The first contest was an exciting clash between Carlson's and Smeeth's and went 10 innings until Carlson's finally sent the game-winning run across home plate. Carlson's jumped to a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning and added another pair of runs to the advantage in t h e fourth, but Smeeth's talli e d three in the fifth and three in the sixth while Carlson's came back with only one in its half of the sixth to bring the score to 6-5 in favor of Smeeth's. Carlson's bats broke loose in the seventh to add four runs to its total and take a 9-6 lead but Smeeth's came up with three m the ninth and the game was sent into extra innings. Smeeth's failed to score in the first of the 10th and Theron Peterson led off for Carlson's in its half of the 10th inning and connected for a single. An d y Hendrickson then put the finishing touches on the win with a double scoring Peterson and ending the exciting contest. Mascottl was the leading hitter for Carlson's with two doubles, two singles and a w a 1 k in five trips to the plate. Peterson was the winning pitcher. Bernie McKevltt was Smeeth's big stick at the plate with two homers and a double. The losing pitcher was Joe Krause. The second game of t h e doubleheader was a one-sided affair as Standard Oil swamped the Junior Chamber of C o m - merce 17-10. The heavy hitting for the winners was done by Bob Sertic and Al Norman, both of whom banged out three home runs. Jim Jaresky also hit a pair and Bob Olson connected for one round-tripper. Jim Reed had a perfect night at the plate for Standard O i 1 with s six for six total and also came in to take over the pitching chores for the final three innings. Dick Johnson banged out twin homers for the Junior Chamber squad McPhee and Hermes shared the Rjound duties for the losers while Sullivan, Alonen and Reed did the hurling for Standard Oil. MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS FRIDAYS 6:30-8:30 pm Children ihru Hi School COLONIAL Adults Skaieland Ironwood GOTTA' GO SPECIALS! Final reductions ... our loss is your gain! We must move this merchandise. Western All Purpose LAWN FOOD 10-10-10 20-10-5 00 is, 199 &4L NOW I 50-FT. PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE Vj inch was 1.99, now only 1.69 »/» inch was 3.99, now only CHARCOAL BRIQUETS ?, 9C 10, b . 59c STP OR STABL-FIO 99e £ LARRY BOYER'S HIWAY Corner Lowoll and Clovcrland Dial W2-0140 Carol Sorenson Has No Desire to Become Pro TEMPE, Ariz, fa-) — Carol Sorerson, who's won practically every woman's amateur golf title since she began the sport competitively at the age of 9, says she has no desire to turn professional. The 22-year-old Arizona State University senior has made considerable personal sacrifice to achieve amateur stardom, but she says, "I'd rather play to enjoy it than to feel it was something I had to do." Miss Sorenson's athletic ability was discovered by her father. Ted, who had an eye for such things as physical education Big Ten Baseball Team Announced EAST LANSING (AP)—Michigan picked off three positions and Ohio State, Michigan State and Wisconsin two each Wed nesday on the All-Big Ten Baseball Team announced by conference coaches. League batting champion Carl Cmejrek of Michigan, who hit .453, and Ohio State pitcher Steve Arlin, who was 6-0 with 68 strikeouts, headed the 10- man team. The selections: IB—Arnie Chonko, Ohio State .260. 2B-Jerry Walker, Michigan State, .429. SS—Joe Romary, Wisconsin, .400. 3B—John Biedenbach, Michigan State, .344. LF — Mickey Moses, Iowa. .410. CF—Dick Schryer, Michigan, .365. RF—Carl Cmejrek, Michigan, .453. C—Ted Sizemore, Michigan. .250. P—Steve Arlin, Ohio State, 6-0. P—Lance Tobert, Wisconsin, 3-2. Chonko, Romary and Tobert are the only seniors. Walker, Biedenbach, Moses and Sizemore are Juniors, the others sophomores. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Jacksonville at Toledo, rain Columbus 7, Atlanta 6 Only games scheduled Pacific Coast League Tacoma 5, Oklahoma City 3 Hawaii 6, Vancouver 2 Spokane 5, Denver 3 Seattle 2, San Diego 1 Indianapolis 1, Arkansas 0 Portland 6-2, Salt Lake 4-1 director at Janes ville, WiS. T High School. Carol's success story started when she won the 12-and-under division' of a tourney in Santa Ana, Calif., when she Was'9.'In her initial test against more seasoned competition, 'she "won the Janesville Municipal Women's Tournament at 10. Her most recent noteworthy victory was in last year's British Amateur. The one major tourney which has f luded Carol is the USGA'* Women's Amateur, and she'll make another try in August. School cuts down on her tournament activity. "There «r* several tournaments in the spring that I would enter if I weren't in school," she says. "One is the North-South at Pinehurst, N. C. That's considered > pretty good national tournament. "One of the hardest and most frustrating things is to go to school especially college, and attempt to keep up your athletic endeavors. "if I play golf, it's a half hour to the course, a half hour back and four hours to play. That's five hours, and you can dp a lot of studying in five hours." Carol, who has been named the prettiest woman golfer in the nation, says she thinks It's possible for a woman to be athletic and feminine at the came time. "It's truer today than ever." she said. "I don't think a girl needs to spend all of her time getting her hair set." The pert, blue-eyed blonde takes her beauty honor lightly and quipped: "The year that happened, they just had got down to the S's in the alphabet, that's til." 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