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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOIE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JUNE 5,1965. NFL-AFL Tussle May Produce No Losers-Just Winners Pro Grid Loops Announce Plans For Expansion By B0» GREEN- NEW YORK 'AP> — The old established National Football League and the brash young American Football League are enraged in • tidy little tussle that may preduce ne loieri—Just winners. Armed with millions and mil- lloni of dollars in television money, and immense public Interest, both the 14-team NFL and eight-team AFL have announced plans to expand and •hare the wealth. If there are any potential losers, they are only the many cities that have made bids tor franchises and won't get them. NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle has recommended his league add two teams by 1967. Houston is almost certain to be one of them. Boston, Miami and New Orleans are likely contenders for the other spot. Houston and Boston have teams in the AFL. AFL commissioner Joe Foss, when informed of the NFL move, said he'd thought about it much longer and might expand sooner, perhaps putting two new teams on the field by 1966. * * * Atlanta is almost certain to be one of them. The other prime contenders are Philadelphia. Miami and New Orleans. Chicago is another strong possibility. The NFL is firmly entrenched in Philadelphia and Chicago. The AFL has an expansion meeting scheduled in New Jersey Monday and Tuesday. The league is expected to announce Us two expansion cities at that time, beating the NFL to the punch by a year. Atlanta has been pressing for an AFL franchise for some time and is apparently a bit miffed with the NFL. This dates back to the time the city was passed over in favor of St. Louis vhen the Cardinal franchise was shifted from Chicago. Multimillion dollar offer* nave been made—and refused— to shift existing AFL franchises in Denver and San Diego to Atlanta. The southern city also has a new $18 million stadium to otter, sure-fire attendance and a television audience throughout the South. Marking Philadelphia as a Btrong AFL possibility is the fact that Jerry Wolman, president of the NFL Philadelphia Eagles, has vigorously sought— but failed to acquire—exclusive use of a proposed $25 million stadium. The Philadelphia group seeking an AFL franchise is a syndicate headed by Joseph McCrane, a one-time football player under Col. Red Blaik at West Point and now head of Garden State Park race track. Blaik would be a stockholder. There is, however, a possibility that both Philadelphia and Chicago will be passed over by the AFL this time in favor of future expansion in 1968. * * * "I" is our hope to add two teams for 1966 and two more in the next couple of years, probably by 1961," Foss said. "We are looking for the big cities, those that can take two teams but where only one team now exists." He named Philadelphia and Chicago, along with Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cleveland and Detroit. Houston appears headed for in NFL franchise because of recent maneuvering concerning use of the famed domed stadl uni. The AFL Houston Oilers announced Friday they have aimed a five-year contract to play their games in Rice Stadi urn, leaving the domed stadium wide open for football. Boston, the hub of New England, u< the biggest metropolitan area untapped by the NFL. Miami and New Orleans have excellent stadiums and professed interest, but may be lack- Ing by comparison in the matter »f "market," all-important in this day of television. Rozelle said that with expansion, two eight-team conferences may be formed, each witn two four-team divisions. The divisional leaders then would play off for the conference title ind the conference winners play for the league title. 'Both' Rozelle and Foss pre dieted they would gain approval for their expansion plans. The AFL requires the vote of six of eight league directors, the NFL We approval of 12 of H. Fisher Is Cutting Remarkable Record as Ace Chisox Reliever By MIKE RATHET Eddie Fisher can't sing, but that's some record he's cutting. Fisher, the ace Chicago reliever who employs the elusive knuckleball rather than a zinging fast ball, held the New York Yankees to one hit over the final six innings before the White St>x finally pulled out a 2-0 decision in 19 innings Friday night. Boros Bids for 2nd Buick Open GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) — Add Julius Boros to the list of people not afraid of the tough Warwick Hills golf course. He shot a two-under par 70 Friday to grab the second round lead in the $100,000 Buick Open. His 139 gave him a two-stroke lead over seven others, including defending champion Tony Lima, Gary Player, Doug Sanders. Jack Nicklaus, and first- round leader Steve Spray. Player, who recorded one of three 68s, said he was very happy with his round, especially on 'this monster course." George Archer and Jacky Cupit had the other 68s over the 7,280-yard layout, longest course on the pro tour. Only 14 pros checked in with sub-par scores after two rounds of play. Boros had fired 26 rounds previously on the same course, on which he captured the title two years ago, and averaged 72.69 strokes per round. Boros already had pocketed $14,374.29 in Buick Open earnings prior to his 1963 victory. His 274 in winning in 1963 is the tournament record. Boros, 45. had four birdies and two bogies and holed a 50- foot explosion shot from a bunker on the eighth hole. It took a score of 150 or better to advance to the final two rounds. Among the casualties were U.S. Open champion Ken Venturi, Bruce Crampton, the only three-time winner on this year's tour; Mike Souchak, who won here in 1960, Don January, Chi Chi Rodriguez and Bob Charles. Boros described his play as 'scattergun," adding he doesn't remember ever getting in and out of so much trouble in one round. "The shot I holed from the bunker was one of four times I wound up in the sand. I hit a wedge to within two feet on No. 14, but was not as fortunate the other two times," he explained. He said playing with close friend John Barnum of Belmont, Mich, also helped him. "John and I are good friends, and fierce competitors," Boros said. "I don't know what it is but just playing with John seems to bring out the best in me." Lcma said he was pulling the bail quite a bit and had three bogles on the back nine, which he played first. He was trapped twice missed the green once. and 2 Teams Top Softball Loop STANDINGS W Carlson's 3 Knights of Columbus 3 Standard Oil 2 Aurora 2 Junior Chamber .... i Safeway i Smeeth's o Bingo's o L 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 Fisher has a 5-0 record with an eye-popping 1.59 ERA. And if that doesn't really prove his effectiveness, the White Sox have won 17 of the 25 games in which he's appeared. Fisher, however, had to share honors with teammate Danny Cater, who came to the plate in the 15th, hitless in his last 18 at bats and promptly drilled a homer that broke up the scoreless battle. The loss dropped the defending American League champion Yankees 11 '/a games behind front-running Minnesota — the farthest they've been behind all season. The Twins remained IVi games up on the White Sox by belting Washington 9-5. Elsewhere, Cleveland edged Detroit 7-6 and the Los Angeles defeated Baltimore 4-3. The Boston-Kansas City game was rained out. Cater broke up the scoreless tie between the White Sox and the Yankees with a line shot to right field off Pete Mikkelsen Floyd Robinson provided the other Chicago run with another homer, also to right. Joe Horlen started for the White Sox and Bill Stafford for the Yankees. Horlen checked the Yankees on six hits, struck put seven and walked only ono hi nine innings. Jimmie Hall stroked three hits for the Twins and turned in some daring base running while Gerry Fosnow ended the Senators' come-from-behind hopes with 2 2-3 innings of hitless relief. Hall circled the bases for an insicie-the-park homer in the fourth inning, then stretched a hit into a double in the seventh an.1 scored from second base when Rich Rollins was safe on an error. Bob Allison also homered for Minnesota while Woodie Held hit a three-run shot for Washington that chased Jim Katt and brought on Fosnow. Joe Azcue drove in the tying and winning runs for the In- diane with a pinch single in the eighth inning off Larry Sherry. The game-winner followed walks to Max Alvis and Chuck Hinton plus a ground out that put both runners in scoring position. Al Kaline hit his ninth homer for the Tigers, off Ralph Terry, who was trying for the sixth time to nail the 100th victory of his career. Pedro Gonzalez connected for Cleveland. Baltimore catcher Johnny Orsino, whose throwing error helped the Angels to their second run in the third inning, opened the door for two more in the fifth when he let the third strike to winning pitcher Marcelino Lopez get by him for a passed ball. Jose Cardenal, Albie Pearson and Jim Fregosi then singled to bring in the runs that proved decisive. Swimmtr, 21, Drowns OWOMO (AP) — William W. Haslett,. 21, • of Akron, Ohio, Irowned Friday while swimming in Spring Brook Lake, tQutn of Owofigo, police said. •BOUGHT GAME BACK The fame of badminton originated in India by the English .mlllary forces station there an<l brought back to England in iy officers torn* «* Carlson's and Knights of Columbus both carry unblemished 3-0 records into the fourth week of action in the Ironwood! Slow-Pitch Softball League. Tied in the number three spot are Standard Oil and Aurora, both clubs with 2-1 tallies, and also knotted for the fifth spot are .Junior Chamber and Safeway with 1-2 records. At the losing end of the standings are a pair of teams that have yet to win a game this •eason and they are Smeeth's and Bingo's CfcM Oil, both with 0-3 marks. The schedule of games set for next week is: Monday — Junior Chamber vs Smeeth's and Aurora vs Carlson's. Wednesday- Standard Oil vs Safeway and Bingo's C&M Oil vs Knights of Columbus. Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. GB. Los Angeles . 31 18 .633 — Milwaukee 24 19 .558 4 Cincinnati ..26 21 .553 4 San Fran. .. 26 23 .531 5 St. Louis ... 24 24 .500 6'^ Houston 25 27 .481 7'/> Phila'phia . 21 25 .457 w* Pittsburgh . 21 26 .447 9 Chicago ... 20 26 .435 9M> New York .. 20 29 .408 11 Friday's Results Philadelphia 6, Chicago 0 Milwaukee 5, Los Angeles 2 Houston 5, St. Louis 2 Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 2 New York 2, Pittsburgh 1 Today's Games New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Chicago Houston at St. Louis Los Angeles at Milwaukee San Francisco at Cincinnati,N Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh, 2 Philadelphia at Chicago, 2 San Francisco at Cincinnati Los Angeles at Milwaukee, 2 Houston at St. Louis, 2 American League W. L. Pet G.B. Minnesota .30 15 .667 — Chicago .... 28 16 .636 11/2 Detroit 25 20 .556 5 Baltimore .. 26 22 .542 51/3 Cleveland 22 20 .524 6'/2 Los Angeles 26 26 .500 iv-i Boston . . 21 24 .467 9 Washington . 22 29 .431 11 New York .19 27 .413 ll'/'j Kansas City 10 30 .250 17»/j CARDS STOP SCORING THREAT—St. Louis third baseman Ken Boyer tags sliding Hal Lanier of San Francisco Giants at San Francisco—thereby ending scoring threat and preserving Cards' 2-1 margin. Lanier was on way to third when Willie Mays, pinch hitting, grounded to Boyer. (AP Wirephoto) Lolich Has His Work Cut Out This Evening Against Indians Friday's Results Chicago 2, New York 0, 15 in- CLEVELAND (AP) — Mickey Lolich, manager Charlie Ores- sen's stopper, has his work cut out this evening when the Detroit Tigers try to even a three- game series against the Cleveland Indians. Lolich (7-2) has halted four Detroit losing streaks this year with key victories when things looked, darkest. The Indians knocked out Hank Aguirre Friday night on their way to a come-from-behind 7-6 victory. The key blow was a two-run pinch-hit single by Joe Azcue in the eighth. Lolich, who is 2-2 lifetime against the Indians, will take on an old Tiger killer, southpaw Jack Kralick (1-4) who boasts an 8-3 lifetime mark against Detroit. Azcue's hit followed a couple of walks and came off reliever Larry Sherry, who took the loss. The game opened another Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting. (90 at bats).— Coleman, Cincinnati, .377; Aaron, Milwaukee, .340. Runs — Rose, Cincinnati, 40: Mays, San Francisco, 38. Runs batted in—Banks, Chicago. 44; McCovey, San Francisco, 39. Hits—J. Alou, San Francisco, 67, P i n s o n, Cincinnati and Flood, St. Louis, 64. Doubles—Williams, Chicago, 16; Kranepool, New York, 15. 1 Triples — Callison, Philadelphia, 6; Pinson and Johnson, Cincinnati, Clemente, Pittsburgh and Javier, St. Louis, 4. Home runs—Mays, San Francisco, 17; McCovey, San Francisco, 13. Stolen bases — Wills, Los Angeles. 33; Brock, St. Louis, 21. Pitching — Maloney, Cincinnati, 5-1, .833. Strikeouts — Koufax. Los Angeles, 106; Gibson, St. Louis, 87. American League Batting (90 at bats)—Horton, Detroit, .371; Davalillo, -Cleveland, .349. Runs—Green, Boston, 38; Me- Auliffe, Detroit, 34. Runs batted in—Mantilla, Boston and Howard, Washington, 39; Oliva, Minnesota, 34. Hits — Howard, Washington. 59: Cardenal, Los Angeles, 58. Doubles — Versalles, Minnesota, 15; Ward, Chicago, 14. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, and Blasingame, Washington, 6; Aparicio, Baltimore, McAuliffe, Detroit, Campaneris, Kansas City, Fregosi and Smith. Los Angeles and Tresh, New York, 5. Home runs — Conigliaro and Thomas, Boston, Colavito, Cleveland, Horton, Detroit, Hall, Minnesota and Howard, Washington, 10. Stolen bases — Cardenal, Los Angeles, 19; Campaneris, Kansas City, 12. Pitching — Pascual, Minnesota, 7-0, 1.000; Fisher, Chicago ' and Grant, Minnesota, 5-0, 1.000. Strikeouts — McDowell, Cleveland, 84; Lopez, Los Angeles, and Pascual, Minnesota, 55. frustrating chapter in Indian starter Ralph Terry's bid for victory No. 100. This was his fifth try. Terry Was touched by Al Kaline's ninth homer of the year in the first with Norm Cash aboara. But rookie Pedro Gonzalez erased Detroit's edge with a three-run homer in the third, his first in the majors. Aguirre handed the Indians another run in the fourth. Max Alvis singled, took second on a bunt and scored when Aguirre fired an attempted pickoff throw into centerfield. The Tigers got three runs in the fifth for a 5-4 lead. Bill Freehan walked. Ray Oyler, subbing for injured Dick MacAuliffe at shortstop, bunted safely, and Freehan scored on Gates Brown's pinch double. Both Oyler and Brown came home on Cash's single. Each team scored in the seventh, when Sonny Siebert came in to relieve Terry. Oyler singled, was sacrificed to second, and scored on two straight passed balls. In the Indians' half, Dick Howser doubled and scored on two ground outs. Tiger officials said McAuliffe had a bruised ring finger on his left hand, but would be back in the lineup either today or Sunday. The Tigers open a three-game series in Los Angeles Monday. DETROIT AB R H RBI Wert 3b 4 0 0 Lumpe 2b 4 0 1 Cash Ib 3 1 1 Kaline cf 4 Horton If 4 0 . 2 1 2 1 0 000 Houston Catcher's Homer Pins 3rd Straight Loss on Gibson By BOB GREEN Hoot Gibson hasn't had so much trouble since the time the Indians surrounded him in a burning wagon and he ran out of bullets. Of course, the old-time movie hero got out of that one. The St. Louis Cardinals' Hoot Gibson, sometimes known as Bob, still has his bullets, but he doesn't know whether he's going to get out of his current jam. The Card right-hander fired one at Ron Brand Friday night and the Houston catcher sent it ricocheting into the stands for a Hootenannys, Discs Triumph In the first game of a doubleheader played in the Ironwood Women's Slow-Pitch Softball League Tuesday night at Randa Field, the St. James Discs walloped McKevitt-Kershn e r Patrick's Mad Kats 25-6. The second contest was a little more evenly matched with the WJMS Hootenanny's o u t scoring Ferkie's Bar 10-4. Every player on the Discs squad crossed home plate in the first inning with the aid of some long hits by Korpi, who hit a pair of doubles, Barbera, who also hit one two-bagger, and a double by Jirik. The winning pitcher was Korpi, who struck out six and walked three. The losing hurler was Swanbeck, who struck out two and walked four. The Hootenannys and Fer- kie's Bar units battled in a seesaw contest for the first four innings and then the Hootenanny's pulled out in front to stay. The winning pitcher was Livingston and the loser was Rahko, Bluse hit a double for Fer- kie's. Next Tuesday's games w i 11 see the Hootenannys take on the Mad Kats in the first contest and in the second game Ferkie's will play the Discs. Yankees, Braves Win LL Affairs three-run homer and a 5-2 victo ry. .It pinned the third straight loss on the Cards' 1964 World Series hero, marked. St. Louis' ninth loss in 11 games and sent the World Champions dipping to the .500 mark. They remained in fifth place, still 8'/2 games back, when National League-leading Los Angeles dropped a 5-2 decision at Milwaukee. The New York Mets won their fourth straight, holding off the Pirates 2-1 at Pittsburgh, and the Reds edged San Francisco 4-2 in other night games. Philadelphia blanked the Cubs 6-0 at Chicago in the only day game. Gibson was breezing along with a one-hitter and a 1-0 lead when he walked Joe Morgan in the sixth. Walt Bond promptly homered for a 2-1 Houston lead. The Cards tied it later and it went to the ninth. A walk and Rusty Staub's single preceded Brand's two-out homer, his first of the season and only the fifth hit off Gibson. A three-run homer in the ninth broke up another 2-2 game at Milwaukee. Eddie Mathews' 12th of the season did the job in that one, pulling place Braves to the second- within four games of the Dodgers. Winner Wade Blasingame started the winning rally with a single, followed by Felipe Alou's single. Catcher Johnny Edwards' three-run homer, his third homer in four games, was the decisive factor in the Reds' victory over San Francisco. Willie McCovey's two-run shot accounted for all the Giant runs. Joey Jay was credited with the victory, but had to leave after five innings when his arm tightened. The Mets' victory came in typical Met fashion — the winning run crossed in the seventli when the Pirates' Bill Mazeroski dropped the ball on an attempted double play, which would have ended the inning. Jack Fisher went the distance for his fifth victory, while Bob Friend lost his second in 15 lifetime decisions against New York Jim Bunning's five-hitter and a two-run homer by Wes Covington were enough to win against Chicago, but the Cubs chipped in with a couple of errors that made it even easier. Northrup rf Freehan c 3 l l Oyler ss 3 2 2 o Demeter ph l o o 0 Aguirre p l o 0 0 Brown ph l i i i Sherry p o o o 0 Thomas ph i o o o Totals 33 6 8 5 CLEVELAND AB Howstr ss 3 Gonzalez 2b 4 Wagner If 4 Colavito rf 3 Alvis 3b 3 Davalillo cf 4 Hintcn Ib 3 Carreon c 2 Whitfield ph l Terry p i Luplow ph 1 AZCUP ph-c i Totals 30 Detroit 200 i Cleveland 003 R II RBI 220 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 000 000 000 0 1 2 786 030 100—6 100 12x—7 E—Aguirre, Alvis. DP—Cleveland 1. LOB—Detroit 3, Cleveland 5 2B—Brown, Howser. HR —Kaline (9), Gonzalez (1). S— Terry, Sherry. IP H R ERBBSO Aguirre 4 44324 Sherry 4 43330 Terry 6 65523 Siebert 2 11001 Bell 1 10003 W — Siebert (6-2). L — Sherry (2-1). PB—Carreon (2). T—2:32. A—17,693. An action-filled doublehead er was played in the Ironwood Little League Thursday e v e n- ing as the Yankees downed the Tigers 6-1 and the Braves d e - feated the Cubs 2-1. For the Yankees it was the second straight win of the season and they now sit on top of the league with a 2-0 record. Meyer went the distance for the winners and limited the Tigers to only three hits. Moon of the Tigers also pitched a brilliant three-hitter but fielding made the difference as the Tigers committed a number o f costly errors. Both pitchers fanned seven batters. The big inning for the Yankees was the third as they tallied five runs to take the game-winning lead. In the second game of t h e evening the Braves edged the Cubs in what could be described as a pitching duel. Pachmayer was on the mound for the Braves and allowed the single run on three hits. Sharing the mound duties for the Cubs were Butson and Spetz. Hitting stars for the Braves were Pachmayer and Tafelski, both of whom connected for two base hits. Next week's schedule is: Monday — Yankees vs Indians and Tigers vs Braves. Tuesday — Cubs vs Dodgers and Braves vs Indians. Wednesday Tigers vs Cubs and Dodgers vs Yankees. Township Plans Sports Program Ironwood Township's summer recreation program will get under way next week, Director Harold Torro announces. Torro said he plans to organize three different leagues, including a farm baseball league for boys 9 through 13 years of age on Mondays and Wednesdays, a slow-pitch softball league for boys over 13 and men on Tuesdays and a regular baseball league for boys over 13 and men on Thursdays. All of the games will be played at the Roosevelt School field, with the first contest each evening starting at 6:30. The leagues are open to township residents and Torro asks all those interested in participating in the program to report on Sellers to Ride Hail to All in Belmont Stakes By ORLO ROBERTSON NEW YORK (AP)—Johnny Sellers, out of the limelight since riding to fame aboard stretch running Carry Back four years ago, tries today to regain some of his lost prestige aboard the same type of runner in the 97th Belmont Stakes at Aqueduct. Sellers, tall as jockeys go but able to make 112 pounds, rides Mrs. Ben Cohen's Hail to All in the iVfe mile final leg of the triple crown for 3-year-olds. Hail to All is the third choice at 3-1 behind Preakness winner Tom Rolfe, 6-5, and the entry of Dapper Dan and Bold Bidder, 7-5. Hail to All won the Jersey Derby last Monday after finishing fifth in the Kentucky Derby and third in the Preakness. Sellers has had four shots at the Belmont. The closest he has come was fourth to Chateaugay witb Tom Cat in 1963. He was the nation's leading rider in 1961 with 328 victories and over two days at Atlantic City rode eight straight winners to equal the American record. Until he won the $133,700 Jersey Derby with the winner's share of $86,905, Sellers hadn't had a real big pay day. That victory added nearly $9,000 to his bank account.. A victory today would, be worth even more as the race will gross $147,900 with eight starters. Of this $104,150 will go to the winner. The customary jockey fee is 10 per cent of the purse won by his horse. Second place will be worth. $25,000, third $12,500 and fourth $6,250. Pest time is 4:15 p.m. EST, with television by CBS scheduled ipr 4-4:30 p.m. Originally the Belmont field was slated to total seven. But into the secretary's office Friday morning carne a representative of Clyde Troutt, trainer or one section of horses owned by Mrs. Ada L. Rice- of Chicago, winner of the Kentucky Derby with Lucky Debonair. He entered Happy Gondolier, winner of only one of his 14 starts, but either second or third seven times. Troutt didn't immediately name a rider for the son of Hasty Road, but remarked "I know Happy Gondolier isn't a real good horse and I don't know ithat he'll be a l'/2-rnile colt either. But then I don't know, that any oi those others are the kind that can go 1M> miles." The entry of Happy Gondolier didn't change the confidence of the odds makers in Tom Rolfe, Dapper Dan and Hail to All. The others — Selari, First Family and La Cima — were figured to be so much window dressing. the designated week. evenings next farm League Starts June 7 The Ironwood Farm Baseball League will have its first meeting of the season on Monday at 9 a.m. at Randa Field. League officials have stated that all boys between the ages of Stock Racers Meet Monday The Hiawatha Racing Association will hold its weekly meeting at 7 Monday evening at the new stock car racing track being constructed at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds here Officers urge all members to be on time because pictures of the track will be taken. Persons interested in joining the association are invited to attend. Argo Kid Wins American Trot DETROIT (AP)—Running the fastest mile of the Wolverine Raceway meeting Argo Kid outlasted strong competition from Dartmouth and Speedy Rodney to win the $10,945 Harness Trucks of America Trot Friday. Owned by the Ohio Valley Stables, Hamilton, Ohio, Argo Kid went to the post a 2-5 favorite jwifu veteran horseman Charley {King in the sulky. ; nings | Cleveland 7, Detroit 6 j Minnesota 9, Washington 5 Los Angeles 4, Baltimore 3 Boston at Kansas City, rain i Today's Games Chicago at New York I Baltimore at Los Angeles ! Boston at Kansas City, twi light Detroit at Cleveland, N Washington at Minnesota Sunday's Games Baltimore at Los Angeles Boston at Kansas City, 2 Washington at Minnesota Detroit at Cleveland Chicago at New York, 2 Toledo Posts 5-2 Win Over Rochester in IL ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — The Toledo Mud Hens won a •> to 2 victory over Rochester in International League action Friday rJght. Toledo 000 010 220—5 8 1 Rochester 100 000 010—2 8 1 Cullen, Vlckery (8), HorsfoM (9) and Cherry; Estrada, Starrette (8), Vineyard (9), and Etchebarren. W — Cullen (7-2) L—Estrada (36). Home Runs- Toledo, Moore; Rochester, Jackson. Girls League Set for Action i On Monday at 5 p.m. i h e : Ironwood Junior Miss Softball League will open its season witn a doubleheader to be played at Randa Field. The first game will have Norrie meeting Central, followed by a game between Newpoit and 8t, Ambrose. On Wednesday Newport and Norrie will play at '5 p.m. foir lowed by the Central and Sleight game Teams playing In the second game should be at the field by 5:30 p.m. so that the second game can be started at the completion of the first game, league officials said. 8 and 12 are eligible to try out for the summer competition and a good turnout of area youths is hoped for. Teams will be organized at State Gets Funds for Recreation Facilities WASHINGTON (AP) — Michl- ] Monday's meeting and practice gan was allocated $303,662 in' sessions will begin in prepara- federal funds Friday for devel- i tlon for *h e start of league play, opment of outdoor recreation fa-j cilities. The grant, announced: by secretary of the Interior! Stewart L. Udall, requires! matching funds. It was the first: allocation under the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act., Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toledo 5, Rochester 0 Columbus 6, Syracuse 5 Toronto 8, Atlanta 0 Jacksonville 2, Buffalo 0 Pacific Coast League Arkansas 6, Tacoma 1 Indianapolis 8, Okla. City 2 Vancouver 2, Salt Lake 1 Seattle 7, Denver 5 Hawaii 3, Spokane 1 l Portland 3, San Diego 2, 12 in- i nings CAR SLUGGISH? LET US LOOK INTO IT1 Sparkplugs, battery, engine . . . whatever'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 lave you time, trouble, monfy!'' JACK & BUD'S SERVICE 1301 C. ClovtrUnd Driv* CLIP AND RIDEIM THIS COUPON NOW I 50 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS JACQUART'S SINCLAIR SERVICE •00 Cleveland Driv* Ironwood ABMMf No purchaii mceupry. Pick Uo ' or 40 ° Frtt Oold

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