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fcKSHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965. I s -. Detroit Registers Doubleheader Sweep Over Cleveland Morton, McLain Sparkle in 10-5, 2-1 Victories By BERNIE KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP) — Detroit Tigers slugger Willie Horton is at the top of the American League baseball standings in home runs and M uns batted in. Horton and pitcher Denny McLain combined to help power the Tigers to a doubleheader sweep over Cleveland Wednesday night. Horton batted in five runs in the Tigers' 10-5 opening game victory. McLain won his seventh straight game—on a third try, 2-1 in the nightcap. More important than the Tigers' twin bill victory — after losing seven games and splitting three others — was the gain they made on two teams immediately in front of them. The Tigers are still in fifth place but only a game out ofj third, now shared by Cleveland and Chicago. > o * * ! "That McLain is going to be one heck of a pitcher," said Manager Charlie Dressen, "if nothing happens to him." Losing manager Birdie Tebbetts said McLain put on quite a show He predicted McLain and firpt-game winner Mickey Lolich would be great pitchers. "I was more nervous after Don Demeter hit his homer (which decided the second (game) than I was when we were behind," McLain confessed. "But right then and there I decided that there was no way they were going to score on me. Bob Swift told me that one fault I have is that I let up in the late innings. "Weil, I wasn't going to do it tonight," McLain said. Nicklaus Is Favored to Win National Challenge Match WASHINGTON (AP) — Three of golf's greatest — Jack Nicklaus, Gary. Player and Arnold Palmer — open play today in the 72-hole National Challenge Match with Nicklaus the favorite for the winner's share of the $50,000 purse. The field in the of Bethesda, Md., are the amateurs. Moray is a former North and South Amateur champion. Beman won the National Amateur twice and the British Amateur once He was also the low amateur in the U.S. Open in St. four-day ! Louis last month match at the Lakewood Country This is the first time such a Club in nearby Maryland is lim-' match has been played. It pre- ited to the three pros and three i dates the World Series of golf by amateurs. Bill Campbell of Huntington. W.Va., the National Amateur champion; Dale Morey of High Point, N.C., and Deane Beman Petrusha's Team Posts 1st Win two months and is offering two of the four players who will be in that event at Akron, Ohio. Nicklaus is the Master's winner and Player is the U.S. Open champion. Winning either of thesp tournaments earns a place in the World Series. Palmer lias yet to qualify and must win the National PGA in Ligonier, Pa., his home course, next month to get in. He struck out four of the six batters he faced in the last two innings to bring his total for the game to 12. "I'll say one thing," McLain added. "Pitching in these tight ball games had made me a better pitcher. I throw better because 1 know I can't make a mistake when I'm behind, and •when 1 get ahead I can challenge the hitters." t> ft ft Catcher John Sullivan, who caught McLain in the winter league, said his young bat- terymate has developed a better change-up pitch and was keeping his curve low. "Getting ahead of the hitter like, Denny was tonight makes it a lot easier to pitch," Sullivan said. Chuck Hinto homered off McLain on a fast ball "that slid" in the second inning and Sonny Siebert two-hit the Tigers until the.,seventh when Demeter hit his home run after Dick McAuliffe had doubled. • Horton hit his 22nd homer of the year in the opener and the five RBIs gave him 66 for the season. Three hits in two 'games lifted his batting average to .304. Al TCaline also hit a three-run homer for the Tigers while Norm Cash 1 and Ray Oyler added solo smashes. Oyler's was the first of his major league career. Hinton and Duke Sims had homers for the Indians. The Tigers scored a run in the first inning when Sam McDowell walked Horton with the bases loaded. McDowell retired after the inning when he was hit on the left forearm by a liner off the bat of Bill Freehan. ft ft ft Hprton added three RBIs with his .homer and got the fifth in the sixth inning with a single. Lolich. pitching -with only a day's rest after going 2 1-3 innings Monday, joined Hank Aguirre by gaining his tenth victory. Terry Fox took over in the/sixth and preserved the triumph. The Tigers were off today but cjpen a four-game weekend series against Chicago Friday. Cleveland Detroit . First Game 000 201 Oil— 570 140 301 Olx—10 10 3 McDowell, Kralick (2), Weaver'(2), Bell (4), Stange (6), Spring (7) and Azcue, Sims (6, Lolich, Fox (6) and Free- hari. W—Lolich 10-5. L. Mc- DSwell (9-7). ' Home runs—Cleveland, Hinton (11), Sims (3). Detroit, Cash FINAL STANDINGS W Porky's 10 Smittie's 8 White Birch . 7 Old Office 6 Johnny's 5 Last East 4 City Hotel 2 Fetrusha's 1 L 1 3 4 5 5 7 8 10 Petrusha's Bar broke a 10- game losing streak to downi Smittie's Tap and rack up its first win of the Iron County Slow-Pitch Softball League season in Tuesday's action. Petrusha's downed Smittie's by a score of 14-8 in a game played at Hurley. Alexand r o n i was on the mound for the winners and also aided in his winning efort with a home run. Alonen was on the mound for the Smitte's squad and suffered the loss. He also hit a home Dodgers, Cubs Post LL Wins The Dodgers downed the Tigers 12-2 and the Cubs swamped the Yankees 13-1 in the I r o n- wood Little League's final IRONWOOD ALL-STARS—Pictured above is the 1965 Ironwood Little League All-Star squad that is now taking part in the Little League Area Tournament at Wakefield. The players are, from the left: Front row—Manager George Butson, Bob Jacquart, Tom Fudaley, Jim Cisewski, Bob Meyers, Larry Pas- sint. Rod Tafelski, Joe Komaromy and Jim Pachmayer; back row—Manager Vic Bulinski, batboy Chuck Bulinski, Norm Backon, Waiko Spetz. Bill Inch, Tom Kostac, George Butson, Jim Lutey and Manager Bill Ceccon. Absent from the picture is Manager Joe Komaromy. (Daily Globe Photo) run. i Petrusha's put on a fine defensive effort and each player had at least two hits at the plate. In other league act i o n , Porky's Bar remained on top of the standings with a 24-4 trouncing over City Hotel while Johnny's and Last East were batting out to a 17-16 score, Johnny's emerging the victor. White Birch dumped the Old Office Bar by an 18-13 score. The -schedule of next week's games will see the City Hot e 1 tangle with Petrusha's bar at Hurley while Johnny's and Smittie's meet head-on at Sax o n . White Birch will play Porky's at Hurley and Last East and the Old Office will round out the schedule in a game to be played at Montreal. The Miami Franchise May Be Awarded by AFL NEW YORK (AP) (American Football League's expansion committee was expected to finish interviewing franchise applicants from Miami, Fla., today and possibly award a franchise to the south- em city for the 1966 season. (9), Oyler (1), Kaline (15), Horton (22) CLEVELAND Second Game L. Brown 3 AB R H RBI Davalillo ph Alvis 3b ... . 1 .. 4 Wagnar If 4 Colavito rf 3 Whitfielc' Ib 3 Hinton cf 3 Sims c 3 Gonzalez 2b 3 Siebert p 2 Luplow ph Totals DETROIT . 1 30 0 1 AB R II RBI 0 Wert 3b 4 0 l o Lumpe 2b 4 0 0 0 Cash ib 4 o o o Horton rf 3 0 1 o McAuiiffe ss 2 1 2 0 G. Brown If 3 0 0 0 Thomas If o 0 0 0 Demeter cf 3 1 12 Sullivan c 3 o o o McLain p 3 0 0 0 OQ 9 K O 6il A O ii Totals Cleveland Detroit of the seas o n! played at the Little League 1 Park Tuesday evening. \ Jeff Aho was the Dodger's winning hurler as he struck out eight, walked three and allowed five hits. Cricks suffered the Tiger loss as he struck out one and allowed 14 hits. Segalen was the big man at the plate for the winners as he connected for a double and a homer. Inch also hit a home run for the Dodgers while Lutey and Johnson banged out triples and Carlson and Ceccon belted two-baggers. Karjala, Cossi and Leonard! hit doubles for the Tigers. The Cubs started the scoring early in the second game and were never in serious trouble in the affair. Tredar went thfe distance for the winners and it marked the first pitching assignment that he has had in the Little League competition. He allowed a mere three Yankee hits, struck out six ana walked two. Bogan was behind the plate for the winners. Kurta started the pitching duties for the Yanks and was relieved in the fifth by Spetz and together they struck out seven, walked eight and a 1 lowed nine hits. Martell smashed out a double and a pair of singles for the Cubs and Spetz aided the win with a pair of triples. Butson added to the barrage with a double while Trader connected for two doubles and Passint also hit a two-bagger. All three Yankee hits were singles. Killebrew May Have to Hit Less To Step Up Into Class With Ruth By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Harmon Killebrew, who is in a class by himself as far as the Minnesota Twins are concerned, is trying to step in a class with Babe Ruth. But he may have'to hit less to do it. Killeorew, who has hit at a .371 clip during July, stroked six hits in seven at bats Wednesday night as the Twins protected their 3 V2-game American State Golfer Scores Win MINNEAPOLIS (AP)—Michigan's entry in the 65th Women's Western Golf Association Tournament—Sharon Miller of Battle Creek — continued a strong challenge for the championship as quarterfinal play began today. Miss Miller played even-par golf to defeat Mrs. Julie Armington of Anderson, Ind., 4 and 3, in Wednesday's second round match play. The Battle Creek woman, who last week successfully defended her Women's State Amateur Golf Tournament title, faced Mrs. Lew Gilliam of Whittier. Calif., today. Mrs. Gilliam eliminated Mrs. Paul Dye of Carmel, Ind., 1-up, Wednesday. Giants to Find Out Quickly If Spahn Can Help in Drive 010 000 000—1 000 000 20x—2 E—L. Brown, McAuiiffe. DP —Cleveland 1. LOB—Cleveland 2, Detroit 4. 2B — Wagner, Mc- Auiiffe. HR—Hinton (12), Demeter (7). Siebert McM'on McLain IP 7 I 9 H 4 1 3 R ER BB SO 1 0 0 12 W—McLain (8-3). L—Siebert (10-5) T—1-59. A-32,704. BRAKE ERVICE ,„,„ prisqi$ion work done on our Amroco Brake Machine. (furu drums; grind brake ;«boes to tit drums, and we tostell new brake linings, and repair;:brake cylinders. h AL ^MONT'S "SPUR" SERVICE Ironwood Phone 932-1630 TK Lions Pick Up Jimmy Hill From Cardinals DETROIT (AP)—-The Detroit Lions picked up 10-year National Football League veteran defensive back Jimmy Hill on Waivers from the St. Louis Cardinals Wednesday. Hill, 6 feet 2, 195 pounds, has been named to the Eastern Pro- Bowl squad three times during his career. Hill, 35, had indicated after the 1964 season that he intended to retire. However, he said Wednesday he • will report with the rest of the Lions at the club's training camp in August. League lead by walloping Bos ton in both ends of a double header 3-6 and 11-8. But only one of Killebrew's hits went for a homer. Anc strange as it may seem, the statistics show the Minnesota strongtaoy with his best batting average in the last four years while he is in danger of losing his home run crown for the firs time during that period. Killebrew, trying to become the firs* player besides Ruth in the last 50 years to win the American League homer title four consecutive years, . ha produced homer totals of 48, 4! and 49 the last three years. His top batting average for that pe riod wr;s last season's .270. Now he's hitting at a .283 clip but has only 18 homers, four behind front-running Willie Horton of Detroit, and could dip below the 40-homer level for the first time since 1960 when the club was based in Washington. Horton, meanwhile, broke a tie for the homer lead with Cleveland's Rocky Colavito as the Tigers downed the Indians 10-5 and 2-1, sweeping a double header for the first time in 11 j tries thJ? season. i Elsewhere, Baltimore took 'over second place by sweeping ! Kansas City 1-0 and 9-2, the New York Yankees edged the Chica go White Sox 7-6 in 10 innings and the Los Angeles Angels nipped Washington 2-0, also in 10 innings. Horton and Al Kaline each hi three-run homers for the Tigers in the opener while Ray Oylei and Norm Cash chipped in with solo shots in support of Mickey Lolich, now 10-5. Sam McDow ell, 9-7, started- for Cleveland but left after bruising his arm in the first inning. Denny McLain's three-hit, 12. strike out pitching and Don De meter's two-run seventh inning homer off Sonny Siebert got the job done for the Tigers in the nightcap. The only run off McLain, who has won seven in a row lor an 8-3 record, was Chuck Hinton's second homer of the night. The Orioles won the opener j wheriv Curt Blefary and Sam Bowens got consecutive doubles in the fifth inning, producing the game's only run with the first hits off A's starter John O'Donoghue, 4-13. Milt Pappas, 10-3, won it with two innings of relief help from Dick Hall. The Orioles scored seven unearned runs in the fourth inning of the nightcap with the aid of three Kansas City errors, a wild pitch, a passed ball and two stolen bases. John Miller took it from there with a five-hitter. Tom Tresh dove into the stands to rob Danny Cater of a homer In the top half of the 10th USE Zephyr* Gasoline POP CASE of 24 r I us 69 &.. deposit WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS FRIDAY """""• Stamp Day! DAVE'S ZEPHYR SERVICE Corner of Suffolk and Frederick $ts. Ironwood ' '-*•• -' Zephyr, By RON BERGMAN Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — If 44-year-old Warren Spahn can help San Francisco move toward the National League flag, then the Giants intend to find out quickly. Even before the veteran of 19 big league seasons arrived, Manager Herman Franks decid- inninp;, then homered off ace White Sox reliever Eddie Fisher in the bottom half of the inning for ihe Yankees' victory. Joe Pepitone had pulled New York into a lie with a two-run homer in the ninth off Hoyt wilhelm. The Angels won it-in the 10th when Paul Schaal lashed a two- run single with the bases loaded and two out. That brought the victory to George Brunet, who allowed only four hits in bringing his record to 6-6. Buster Narum, touched for only six hits, took the loss. Hawks, Raiders Post Victories At Randa Field in Wednesday morning's play in the Ironwood Farm Baseball L e a g ue, the Hawks defeated the Twins 6-2 in the first game and the Red Raiders edged the Angels 6-5 in the second game of a doubleheader. With the excellent pitching of M. Skaja, the Twins were kept scoreless until the last inni n g when fvo runs came across the plate on walks. The Hawks scored all six of their runs in the first two stanzas, three in each inning, sparked by hitter Dan Baker with a double and a single. Skaja. the winning pitcher, put 12 batters down swinging while the losing pitcher, L. Kirkl e y struck out nine. Although Raiders put the dampers on the Angels early in the game with heavy hitting, the Angels fought back. Scoring one run in each of the first three innings and two in t h e last stanza, the Angels barely missed knotting the tally. The winning pitcher was B. Domin with nine strikeouts, and the losing pitcher was K. Wills with seven strikeouts. Sparking the win for the Red Raiderc, were P. Krause and G. Mariani, both slamming round-trippers. Maki was the big bat for the Angels with a triple. Pacef Henry T. Adios cost $37,000 but won $706,898 in five seasons. ed to start him today against the Cincinnati Reds. "Stalling rotation?" queried Franks. "Let's see what he does." Spahn would become the only left-handed starter on the Giants, who play in a ball park where the wind blows in from left field and out toward right, favoring southpaw pitchers. "This might be a new lease on life," said Spahn, winner of more games than any other left- handed pitcher in baseball history. "I think the breaking ball goes good in Candlestick Park," said Spahn upon his arrival Wednesday night at San Francisco International Airport. "The wind can get tough. But a left-hander has the advantage." The man with 360 career victories displayed no bitterness about being cut eight days ago by the last-place New York Mets. After no other club would touch Spahn and his reported $73,500 salary on waivers, he made a deal Monday with the Giants as a free agent. Indians Capture 1965 LL Crown FINAL STANDINGS W L Indians 13 2 Dodgers 10 5 Cubs 9 6 Yankees 5 10 Braves 5 10 Tigers 3 12 The 1965 title of the Ironwood Little League goes to the Indians who victoriously closed out the season in the last game, giving them a 13-2 record. In the last contest of the Ironwood Little League regular season, the Indians slipped by the Cubs 4-3 Wednesday evening. The Indians had the lead all the way through the game scoring their first run in the first inning and scoring the winn I n g runs in the third inning. Not until the bottom of the third did the Cubs start the ball rolling, putting three runs across the plate and threatening the Indian's lead, but -neither team scored in the last three stanzas of the game. Dale Pohojala went the distance for the Indians, striking out 12 and walking four. Greg Kivi, the losing pitcher, struck out three and walked two. For the league winning Indians, M. Sokolowski banged out a round-tripper and D, Cisewski and Pohojala both doubled. W. Spetz and G. Butson belted i doubles for the Cubs.. JIM BEAM SOUR MASH BOURBON 3 - IM* •* • ••.<jr'|""-<ie Quarts jjjjjf^ All Price* Incliidf Wisconsin S»l«s Tax '< 205 Silver St., ' OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. -9 P.M. \ "" iquors Hurley, Wisconsin y . DIAL 567-4300 Alou Stars as Braves Defeat Dodgers for 9th Win in Row By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer There's plenty of Giant left in Felipe Alou, who's been cashing Milwaukee Brave paychecks for two seasons now. Alou, like any good Giant would, turned ferocious when he saw the Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday night and the result was 5-4 Milwaukee victoi-y, the ninth straight triumph for the red-hot Braves. Felipe's two brothers, Matty and Jesus, still wear San Francisco uniforms but the elder Alou was traded to the Braves after t*.e 1963 season in a six- player trade that brought Bob Shaw to the Giants. Injuries limited Alou last year but the 30-year-old outfielder- first baseman was feeling no Lead Tied in Jr. Miss Loop FINAL STANDINGS W L Norrie 3 0 Sleight 3 0 Newport 2 2 Central o 3 St. Ambrose 0 Sleight racked up its third win of the second half of t h e season without a loss as it (downed Central 10-1 in Iron- I wood Junior Miss Softb a 11 action Wednesday evenng at Randa Field. In the second game of t h e evening, Norrie kept its undefeated record intact with a 17-7 win over Newport. Next week's schedule will have Norrie taking on Sleight In Monday night's first game and St. Ambrose will tangle with Central in the nightc a p . Wednesday the Newport squad will meet Sleight and N o r r ie will play St. Ambrose. League players are reminded of the picnic to be held at Norrie Park on Saturday beginning at 1 p.m. pain against the Dodgers Wednesday, night. He stroked three singles and a double, droye in two runs and scored one Jn pacing Milwaukee's victory. Hank Aaron chipped in with three hits including his 20th homer of the year and Billy O'Dell's sharp relief pitching saved it for Wade Blaslngame'» llth victory. Elsewhere in the National League, Al Jackson pitched a two-hitter as the New York Mets Wanked Pittsburgh 1-0, San Fiancisco nipped Cincinnati 5-4 in. 11 innings, Houston blanked St. Louis 2-0 on Bob Bruce's six-hitter and Chicago edged Philadelphia 8-7 in 10 innings. Jackson pitched no-hit ball for 7 1-3 innings before Willie Stargell broke the spell with a clean single f o left. Pinch hitter Ossl« Virgil got the other Pirate hit, » leadoff single in the ninth. The Mets, who snapped a 10- game losing streak, got their only run in the fifth when Chuck Killer scored all the way from second on Bill Mazeroski's error. Bob Bruce pitched a six-hitter and Bob Llllis drove in both Houston runs with a fifth inning double as the Astros blanked the Cardinals. 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