Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 4, 1965 · Page 8
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EIGHT I RON WOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JUNE 4,1945. Gogebic Range Beagle Club Holds Spring Derby Sunday Winners to Get Chance to Run In U.P. Finals The annual spring derby of the Gogebic Range Beagle club will be run off Sunday, June 6, at the club's running grounds six miles north of Ironwood, the club announces. The meet is American Kennel Club-sanctioned and will be similar to those being run at Chassell, Iron Mountain, Marquette, Escanaba and Ishpeming. The derby trial is not to be confused with the annual licensed fall trial which is run by the local club and open to all competing beaglers, the club points out. Only club members are eligible to run their derby hounds in this spring meet. The hounds, in order to qualify, must have been whelped since January 1, 1964. Officials of the club expect a fair sized entry in each class which will be combined as to sex but divided into 13-inch and 15-inch classes. Ribbons will be awarded winners in each class. The winning hounds from the local trials will compete against winners from the other five clubs of the Northern Michigan Hare Association at Ishpemlng June 13. The local meet will begin with the 13-inch combined class at 8 a.m. The combined 15-inch class will start at 1 p.m. Judges will be Dick Bennetts, Clarence Cabianca, Reuben Grand a hi, Domenic Leitza, Joe Fertile and Lawrence Cabianca. Lunch will be served at noon. Orioles Pound Badgers 17-2 The Orioles of the I r o nwood Babe Ruth Baseball League smashing 17-2 win over the Badgers In a contest played Tuesday evening at Monarch Pielrt The Orioles got off to a swinging start with eight runs In the first inning and added three in the second and five in the third to take a 16-0 lead going Into the fourth. Both teams failed to cross home plate In the fourth inning and the Orioles tallied with one /lore score in the fifth to lead 17-0. In the final inning the B a tigers prevented a shutout by scoring a pair of runs but found It impossible to surpass the lead built up in the earlier Inn- Ings by the Orioles. Fertile hurled the win for the Orioles and allowed only one hit. struck out 12 and gave up eight walks., Gothbald led t h e hitting barrage for the winners with four hits in five times at bat. Baksic started the mound chores for the losers and was relieved by Hensley and Borseth. The three pitchers struck / out a total of 12 batters. Schwartz was the only man to hit safely in the game for the Badgers with a single which he poked with two men out in the final inning to spoil a no-hitter for the Oriole pitcher. Twin Double Pays Off At Hazel Park Track ^ HAZEL PARK (AP) — A crowd of 11,933 bet $842,456 Thurettay at Hazel Park Race Track. > Tt?e daily.double combination of Push Pull and Chief Mac paid $28.40. In the twin double, Mister Arion, Cora's Reward, Chief Sailor and Haay-o-SPur paid $5,147.60 to holders of 10 win ing tickets. HOME IS WHERE THE HEADACHES ARE—You can tell a baseball catcher by the lumps on his body. Cincinnati backstop John Edwards (left) and the New York Mets Chris Cannizzaro (right) are roughed up by Philadelphia's John Herrn- stein' and St. Louis' Lew Brock respectively, the way, is doing only what comes naturally; University of Michigan fullback. Herrnstein, b,y he is a former Pro Football Expansion Race Is On Mass Softball Teams Start 1965 Campaign MASS — The Slow-p Itch Softball teams are organized and already hi action. Sponsors for 1965 are Tige's Bar in Mass and Art's Bar In Rousseau. The players are hoping the townspeople and county residents will turn out to see what promises to be a series of good ball games. Auto SPRAY GUZING Oily 12 50 GREASE JOBS w, 98' / Phono 932.1410 Wa^»OcUMft*»p. JACQUART'S SERVICE By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Now the pro football expansion race is on. Commissioner Pete Rozelle announced he has recommended the National Football League add two teams for a total of 16 by 1967. Informed of the announcement by The Associated Press, Commissioner Joe Foss of the American Football League said the AFL might do it sooner, perhaps putting two new teams on the field by 1966. Then they started ticking off potential e.xpansion targets. Between the two of them they covered most of the major cities in the United States and Canada, including some in the rival legue. In a Thursday night news conference, Rozelle named 12 "major cities which have expressed an Interest in an NFL franchise." * * * They are Montreal, Toronto, Boston, Miami, Atlanta, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Houston, Memphis, Phoenix, Seattle and Portland. When It was pointed out that Boston and Houston already had teams hi the rival AFL, Rozelle said: "I have not given extensive thought to that. I have no feel- Ings about those cities in particular." But Foss had some particular feelings., "There's plenty of room for both of us," said the commissioner of r the five-year-old, eight-team league. "There are any number of cities that can support pro football and any number that can support two teams." * * * Then he ticked off his list: Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami, Columbus and Dayton, Ohio, Portland, Louisville, Memphis. Seattle, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. . Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia and Los Angeles all have teams In the 45-year-old NFL and Milwaukee supports the Oreen Bay Packers, some 60 miles away. At present, only New York has a team In each league and a two-team trial in Dallas didn't work out, with the AFL team moving to Kansas City. Both leagues are now armed with millions of dollars in television money and are looking for new markets. Hanover Wins 28th Straight DETROIT (AP) —Unbeaten Bret Hanover paced off victory No. 28 at the Wolverine Raceway Thursday night, matching the all-time mark set by Torpid in 195V and taking the $21,434 Matron Stake. Driver . Frank Ervin opened up In the stretch and covered the mile in 2:024-5, fastest of the season here before a turnout Of 6,000. Richard Downing's 3-year-old pacer from Shaker Heights, Ohio, was six lengths ahead of runner-up Adican at the wire. Bret Hanover paid $2.20 and $3.20. There was no show betting. Adican paid $2.20. Irv's Boy was third. Torpid won 28 in a row in 1957 before being beaten In the mud at Hazel Park, Mich., race track. The race cost the track $10,538 to cover the legal minimum price of $2.20. The Kansas City Athletics will play 50 home night games, including two twi-night double headers, next season. Thirty-one daytime attractions Include seven double headers. Mets Own Longest Winning Streak in National League By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Who's got the longest winning streak in the National League? Why. the New York Mets, winners of 3V& games in a row. The Mets, unbeaten in four games including a tie with the Chicago Cubs last Monday, replaced Pittsburgh as the team with the longest current winning streak by knocking off the Pirates 8-6 Thursday night and ending their string of successes at 12. But it was that kind of night. Sandy Koufax started for the Los Angeles Dodgers and wound up one of nine shell-shocked pitchers as the Dodgers finally whipped St. Louis 11-10 and Giants Score 77-3 Victory Two big innings aided the Giants of the Ironwood Babe Ruth League to dump the Athletics 11-3 in a contest played Thursday evening at Monarch Field. The Athletics began the game's scoring with a lone tally in the first but a string of hits gave the winners a 4-1 lead at the end of the second inning. Again in the third inning the Athletics managed only a single score but a five-run fourth inning for the Giants put the game on ice. The losers scored again in the fifth but could not manage to get back into the game. Olson was on the hill for the Giants and struck out three and allowed eight evenly distributed hits. The losing pitcher was Shea, who struck out 10 and allowed nine hits. The big bats for the Giants were Eckstrom with a pair of singles, Palmgren with two one- baggers and a double and Koivisto with a single and a double. Prebish slamrned a pair of singles for the Athletics, Mik- lesh pounded out two singles and a double and Koslovich beat out a pair of singles. Fishing Good In Iron County Wardens Warren Holgers and Harley Lichtenwalner of t h e Wisconsin Department of C o n- servation, Iron County, report that most fishing is good in the county. Walleyes and jumbo perch are biting on the Flambeau flowage and walleyes are a Iso biting on the Gile flowage. Muskies are becoming active in all waters, state the wardens, with a number of fish in the 20 to 30-pound class taken in the past week. A 48-inch muskie was taken recently on the Gile flowage. Crappies and bluegills are in the shallows and taking flies and worms, they report, and trout fishing is fair to good with little pressure on the streams. Water is still a little above normal in most streams. Ayres, winner of the Hamble- tonian, was named 3-year-old trotter of 1964. JOHN BEAN VISUALINER Front End Alignment Positive, Scientific Method! GENE'S AUTO GLASS Cor. Aurora * Liwrwee Dial M2.0421 v*•*,' boosted their first-place edge to five games — longest of the season. Meanwhile, hardly anyone was looking as the Milwaukee Braves crept into second place, downing San Francisco 10-3 despite being held hitless after the third inning. In the only other game scheduled, Houston defeated Cincinnati 8-3. At Pittsburgh, the Mets would have added 10 years to Casey Stengel's age if he weren't already 74. They scored two runs in the third inning, then exploded for six more in the fourth as Ed Kranepool and Joe Christopher each drove in a pair. With an 80 lead it looked easy, and it was until the eighth inning when Galen Cisco started to play richochet with the Pirate bats. Roberto Clemente tripled. Willie Stargell homered. Exit Cisco. Enter Larry Miller. Three singles, another run, another Met pitcher, Tom Parsons. Parsons held Jim Pagli- aroni to a sacrifice fly and Jerry Lynch to a two-run homer, the 17th pinch-hit shot of his career. Parsons got out of the six-run inning and then retired the side 1-2-3 in the ninth. Koufax never got past the third inning at St. Louis as the Cardinals pulled out to a 7-3 lead. But there were a few hits still tc come. There were 29 in all, 15 by the Dodgers. After four innings the score was tied 7-7, but the Cardinals pulltd ahead in the fifth when Bob Skinner smacked a pinch- hit two-run homer and Julian Javier followed with his first homer of the season. Then it was the Dodgers turn again They scored one in the seventh and pulled out front to stay in the eighth when pinch hitter Wes Parker doubled and scored on Jim Gilliam's single before Ron Fairly put the finishing touches on with a two-run homer off the right-field vil- ion roof. The Braves jammed all their hits and runs into the first three innings, erupting for nine runs in the third — the biggest inning in the majors this season. Bob Shaw was the victim of the uprising as winning pitcher Ken Johnson, Mack Jones and Eddie Mathews each drove in two runs in the inning. Mathews did his damage with a two-run homer — the 10th and last hit .'or the Braves, handcuffed the rest of the way by Bill Hands and Bob Bolin. Things were a little more routine at Cincinnati, where Rusty Staub drove in four runs for the Astros with a homer and a sacrifice fly. Don Nottebart got the victory with relief help from Hal Woo- deshick, who came on after Derpn Johnson hit a homer for the Reds in the ninth. Woode- shick ended it by getting Tommy Harper to hit into a double play. Ariens Standard VI EMPEROR RIDING MOWER Big 6 h.p. rider . . . choice 26" or 32" rotary, Pneumatic tires; foam cushion seat and back rest. BEAUCHAMP ELECTRIC « CARBURETOR COMPANY Ironwood. Michigan 121 Aurora St. Tigers to Play Indians Tonight CLEVELAND (AP) — Carry ing silent bats, the Detroit Tl gers slipped into Cleveland today for the start of a three- game series with the Indians. They left behind in Syracuse Thursday night Jim Northrup's triple and a string of nine goose eggs, inflicted by International League pitching. Manager Charlie Dressen. who has been fly-specking major league rosters for another starting pitcher, saw the Chiefs' Bob Dustal and five other hurlers inflict a one-hit, 4-0 defeat on his Tigers. Meanwhile, Dave Wickersham and Phil Regan were raked for eight hits, including a homer and a double by Tom Machek of Syracuse. "We've got to get Wickersham pitching like he did last year.' said Dressen before Thursday nights game. "Hank Aguirre is great and we've got three kic pitchers going. I mean Mickey Lolich, Joe Sparma and Denny McLain. We need another one for doubleheaders." Aguirre, whose five victories this year have equalled his 196-! output, will pitch tonight againsl Ralph Terry (4-3). Lolich will face the Indians Saturday night and McLain is scheduled to pitch Sunday afternoon. •.Dressen concedes he could gel a starting pitcher for Willie Horton, the American League's leading hitter, or rookie outfielder Jim Northrup, batting .213. "We could trade if we wanted to give up Horton or Northrup,' said Dressen. "When you get a good young hitter, you keep him. "Northrup is a better hitter than he has shown. Not for distance like Horton. But he's a hitter." Dressen also expressed confidence that the batting of Norm Cash and Bill Freehan will improve. The Tigers go to Los Angeles Monday for a three-game se ries. Detroit 000 000 000—0 1 0 Syracuse Oil 101 OOx—4 8 0 Belmont Stakes Viewed by Most As 2-Horse Duel By ORLO ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)—Tom Rolfe and Dapper Dan, who made a family affair of the Freak- ness three weeks ago with a torrid duel over the final yards, renew their rivalry Saturday at Aqueduct in the $125,JOO-added Belmont Stakes, with Hail to All and four so-so performers seeking to break up the monopoly. Both Tom Rolfe, a midget alongside most thoroughbreds, and Dapper Dan, who strikes terror in his rivals with his home-stretch charges, were girec! by the unbeaten Italian stallion—Ribot. They are owned by lirst cousins — Tom Rolfe by Raymond Guest, U.S. ambassador to Ireland, and Dapper Dan by Ogden Phipps. * * * Dapper Dan and Tom Rolfe first hooked up in the Kentucky Derby May 1. Dapper Dan staged his patented finish but failed by a neck to catch Lucky Debonair, with Tom Wolfe two lengths back in third place. Two weeks later they met in the Preakness. This time Tom Rolfe took the lead midway ol the home stretch and went all out to hold off Dapper Dan's surging drive by a neck. Lucky Debonair wound up far back because of leg injuries. Since then the supporters of Dapper Dan have claimed all he needs is a longer distance. He gets it, in the IVz miles of the Belmont, a race that is one- quarter mile longer than the Derby and five-sixteenths of a mile longer than the Preakness Post time is 4:15 p.m. EST. * * * The race will be nationally televised by the Columbia Broadcasting System from 44:30 p.m. EST and carried on radio from 4:10-4:30. Only Mrs. Ben Cohen's Hail to All, who like Dapper Dan pre fers to race far back in the ear ly going and then turn on hii blazing speed in the closing yards, is expected to offer the favored pair any serious argu ment When the entry box closed this morning, the field was ex pected to be completed by Bold Bidder from Mrs. H. C. Phipps Wheatley Stable, Selari from Lawrence Katz's Valley Farms J. R. Straus' lightly raced La Cima and First Family from the Mearioe Stable of C. T. Chenery With seven starters, the race will be worth $146,650 with $102,900 earmarked for the winner. The 20th annual Upper Pen- nsula Women's bowling tournament which took place this year at the Lakeview Lanes in Manistique reached its climax last weekend. The Ironwood Texaco team was the only local squad to jlace in the top five as it cap- ;ured fifth place in the team event with a 2683-pin total. Carole Crickson and Mary Vezzetti, both of Ontonagon, also were awarded for taking fifth place in the doubles competition with a 1119-pin total. They were ;ied with a pair of keglers from Escanaba for the spot. The final winners listed by ;ournament secretary Pat Erickson are: Teams—Gil's Mileage, Iron River, 2749; Homer's Bar 1 , Manistique, 2714; Pine's Supper Club, Manistique, 2712; Pabst, Gladstone, 2690; Texaco, Ironwood, 2683. Doubles— Myrna Hubble and Beatrice Nelson, Manistique, 1164; Nancy Perron and Sharon Smith, Escanba, 1152; Carmel Cannon and Ethel Sigan, Gladstone, 1147; Mattson and Shirley VJerila, Republic, 1123; Donna Marenger and Peg Mattson, Escanaba, and Carole Erickson and Mary Vezzetti, Ontonagon, 1119. Singles-Ruth Francisco, New- Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Atlanta 2, Toronto 1, 11 in nings Jacksonville 6, Buffalo 0 Rochester 5, Toledo 0 Pacific Coast League Tacoma 2, Okla. City 0 Arkansas 7, Indianapolis 6, 10 innings Seattle 5, San Diego 0 Vancouver 4, Hawaii 3 Spokane 4, Denver 2 Portland 7, Salt Lake 4 Terry's Secret, a Terang colt won three straight Califor n i a stakes but ran sixth in the Gar den State. It was his first race over the New Jersey track. He missed the Tiral due to a fever USED CAR CLEARANCE '60 '59 '57 '55 '58 '61 FAIRLANE '500" 4 Dr. 4 Door 8 Cylinder Overdrive FORD FORD Plymouth FORD FORD FORD 4 Dr. 8Cyl. Auto. '/» Ton Pickup 4 Door 8cyl. Overdrive Golaxie 4 Door 595°° 150°° 75°° 295°° ISO 00 595°° U. P. Bowling Tourney Ends; Ironwood Team Captures 5th berry, 628; Lillian Larson, IrM River, 820; Marilyn Barnes, Manistique, 613; Elma Bakka, Rock, 606; .Gayle Mills and Pauline Murray, Newberry, 603. All events — (with handicap) Erma Burt, Newberry, 1809; (without handicap) Eliza b e t h Rizzardi, Iron River, 1632. High singles game—(scratch) Dorothy Heinonen, Ishpeminf, 242. You Can Buy a Car for IMS at- BESSEMER AUTO CO. Highway U.S. 2 Bessemer Phone 047-S171 Officers Elected for Mass Little League MASS — The Little L e a g ue baseball meeting was held recently at the Mass School. Election of officers was held with the following being elected President, Donald Arvo; vic« president, Charles Guilbault; secretary, Onerva Maid; treasurer, Vera Laakko. Money-making projects w e re discussed and cannisters will be placed in all the business places in Greenland Township as the league is in need o i funds. Due to lack of interest only one team is fielded this year. Penn State's basketball team won 20 and lost 4 games last season. Princton beat the Nittany Lions, 60-58, early in the NCAA playoffs. Dodge Boys successful ? Well sir, one Dodge Boy sold so many new Dodges that Detroit sent him Dodges linked together like sausages. Yep. He just snipped'em off and sold them in bunches How did these Dodge Boy legends begin ? Colorful folk tales have their source ki ordinary people doing extraordinary things. The Dodge Boys are regular guys who do a heroic job of giving you more car for less money. Want to hear the deal that h*s made Dodge the success car of '63, '64, and '65? See The Dodge Boys. Dedff* Dart—So economical that it pick* up enoagh fua%ei in normal traffic to run forever. (The low price it hand to Wiwe. too.) 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