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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1965. Pena Stars as Tigers Post 6-5 Victory Over Chicago Detroit Climbs Into 4th Place Hurley, Mercer - Flambeau Lose in Little League Tourney By BERXIE KENNEDY The ymmg Hurley All Tourna-j ing io'j in the strikeout department Little League team met! ment a? 16 of the 18 Hurley head-on with an experienc e d i outs in the contest went down Associated Press Sports Writer I Ashland Little League club and i via strikeouts. DETROIT i.AP> — It didn't | dropped a 7-0 decision in take Orlando Pena long io prove; area Little League Tournament he was worth every penny of i game played at Superior Fri- a n' Two homers were hit by Ashland in the game, one of them unearneo as it was hit after Hurley had errored in an at- the more than S20.000 the Ti- day j,i>trnoon. , . gers paid to get him from Kan- in other action, the Mercer-j tempt to put out the third sas City. : Flambeau squad lost a battle i Ashland man of the inning. The fork ball-throwing side- • to the Superior Nationals by aj Ron Chiapusio was on the armer gave up just four hits in j 13-2 margin. i mound for Hurley and was re- 6 62-3 innings of relief to pick' It was Hurley's first try at lieved in the fourth inning by up his second victory of the i Little League tournament com-j Dan Perlberg. All of the Ash- season in a 6-5 Tiger triumph! petition and a valiant effort it! land runs: were charged to Chia- over Chicago Friday night. 'was as they were scored o n, pusio Steve Erspamer was ThP win nut the" Titrers in • seven times in the contest, with! behind the plate for Hurley fourth paceahead of the White' six of r he runs being unearned j The Superior Nationals leaped Sox. It is their loftiest position Ashland imrmed to a muck 3-0 to an early lead in the other in 25 days. Ashland jumped to a quick 3-0 lead in the first inning and wid- Sure, we paid a little more | ened the margin with a pair of tournament contest as th e y jumped out in front of the Mer- OUiC, >^C L/CIIU ft 11 LI**- juv/*v. | - — «-• - I \ * * i ri * *• i than the regular waiver price; runs in the second inning and cer-Flambeau unit 1-0 in the to get him." Manager Charlie; another two runs in the third. Dressen confessed. "But we; AsWa.r>d's pitcher. Peterson, were willing to pay it because; did a fine job on the mound we're good guys. 1 for the winners as he allowed first stanza. Mercer-Flambeau, howe v er . • came back and scored a pair! of runs in the top of the second j Wills Gets 5 Hits, Steals 2 Bases But Dodgers Lose Third Straight Coach of Lions Faces Task of Finding Replacement for Lary By MIKE RATIIF.T Maur'y Wills certainly tried. The lithe Los Angeles speedster collected five base hits and stole two bases for a season total of 64. And still the Dodgers man| aged to lose, dropping their ! third in a row 4-3 to St. Louis in 12 innings as their National League lead dwindled to 1 '-j games over Cincinnati. Wills scored on Ron Fairly'.s first-inning sacrifice fly. By BERNIE KENNEDY i crack at. the job but Gilmcr DETROIT (AP) — Coachi said Friday his main concern is Harry Giln.er ot the Detroit! to use Looney to beef up the Lions faces the task of finding \ hopes Looney will develop into a new punter now that Yale i the best runner in the NFL. Lary has announced his retirement after 11 years of in the National Football League. Cardinal Bill White tied it 1-1; Lao 34i decided to retire ; p r iday saying "when t h e 'you "Pat Studstill and Earl Morrall both will be given a chance to take over the punting chores and we've had very good reports on rookie Larry Harbin of Appalachian (Pa.) State," Gil! mer said. CLOVE IN THE CROWD — Wes Parker, Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman, has more than just one problem as he goes after foul ball in the stands. It seems everyone wants a souvenir. 'Pena showed me enough tonight alone to make me think we made a wise investment." Dressen concluded. Pena now has two wins and two saves in ten appearances for the Tigers. The Tigers continued to use the home run as their most potent weapon. Don Demeter and Bill Freehan socked two run homers' and Don Wert hit a solo smash off Eddie Fisher in to Brown Reports For Training Cardenal Leads Angels To Win Over Red Sox with a homer in the second Wills took over again in the! coaches are"younger than sixth, leading off with a double, i arc , t . s tim p to qu it." taking third on a long fly and j LJon^ofiicials indicated when: .. Thc fact that Looney can putting the Dodgers ahead 2-1, they . lcqu i rec i j oc Don Looney | punt will make him more valu- on Lou Johnson s single. , from tne BaUin iore Colts that, j ab i e t.o us. but when I took over Dodger starter Don prysdalc. , , d bc in Hnc fol . Lar y s : the t j id we needed to who was not involved in the de-| job ag puntcr , mprovo thp runnjng a „ d He is still going to get a iee i n n' S the man that can make our same go," Gilmer added. Lary announced his. decision to retire at a press conference in Fort Worth, Tex. He said it wasn't easy to retire but "I had a gool year last season and I prefer to leave with a good record "I owf it to my wife and 0 111B11VO MARQUETTE More than children to establish a perman- The Reds, meanwhile, closed 200 of thc region's best golfers ent home," he added, ground as Frank Robinson will be in Marquette Aug. 5-7 Lary tried to make it with stroked four hits and Joey Jay for the annual Upper Peninsula the Li'ins as an offensive batK allowed only three in a 9-1 victo-, men's tournament, but found it difficult to block vy over Houston. The Marquette Goli and Conn- some ot the giants on the Elsewhere. Bob Friend try Club will be host for the af- Lions defensive squad, pitched a one-hitter in Pitts- fair, but both its course and the Ho turned to defense himself burgh's 6-0 victory over the Chi- wawonowin Golf Club's links at and became one of the league s cision. made it 3-1 with his fifth homer of the season in the seventh. Two walks and run-producing singles by Curt Flood and Phil Gagliano gave the Cardinals a tie in the eighth. In the 12th, Mike Shannon i doubld, Ken Boyer singled, the i Cardinals won and Wills had I only his statistics to show for Marquette Sets U.P. Golf Meet cago Cubs, San Francisco ended ishpoming-N e g a u nee will be outstanding backs as well as Milwaukee's 10-game winning used during the throe-day event, great punter. o ^ 6 ^~v. B ~.,~. ,--- —-- . , ,, --- - . .his night's work. "I got a call from Baltimore: only one hit in the six-inning to take a 2-1 advantage and 1 - -•- " after we claimed him saying; game, a single by Gulan in the hold that lead until the third they heard the asking price second inning. j inning when the Nationals came was S40 000 Peterson also did an outstand-1 up with a big four runs to take the lead and never again b e threatened. Superior added an eight-r u n insurance barrage in the last half of the fifth inning to bring the total to 13. By MURRAY CHASS i stealer. didn't add to his total of t ,..,^ ., -„ e . „ u^u uun..,,...». ,..„.-—., -•- • ... Abe Armstrong was on thei Jose cardenal. who gets a 30, but he did collect a three-run streak with a 5-1 victory and the Ei"hteen-h o 1 e qualifying He led the league in punting mound for Mercer-Flambeau' green ij gnt , f or stealing, doesn't j homer, a double and two sin- New York Mets edgd Philadel- rolm dK on both courses are in 1950. 1061 and 1963. He was ancl was relieved by Thompson.', stop a t running for the Los An-'gles. • phia 3-2 in to innings. scheduled for the opening clay, selfcti-d to the All-Pro team loui HIRAM Ohio iAP) — All-pro i wno wns relieved by Chaney. i ge i es Angels. The performance, his best of Jay bringing his record to 8-2. Thursday, Aug. 5. with the low times and played in the i 10 „ ,._,.-,, _..» - , , „ Cardena i became the Angels'' the season, increased his aver-i gave up a run in the first inning, 3 o playing an additional nine Howl nine times. Friday: age to .275, his runs batted in; on a double by Joe Morgan ancl lloles t ' 0 determine the 16 places Lary intercepted oO passes the championship bracket duriniv his career and returned the 16 competitors in the l-G punts for i52 yard?. - - - — - , . "iy i in i MM L/lCVCiclllU J~* i U VV 113 LU"" 1 " - • - <vj.v.A.ni[- > .*.v^i^uv>^b,4i'-*i ,«»«»• jw •-•--• -..**» *, ., — _„__(-,_. _, . ^ lllSI Illc^IlL, llIoL~lULlilU tiiit.i Don Buford homered for Chic- , .;,,,„..„ „„„„,. than ever -- to | inning as he ran into the fence | the last 23 games. ' .Willie Smith by two in home The Reds tied it m thc sixth q u a ,- 1 e r-final action, on a ago in the top of the ninth. : ^fn ' fnnThnii ! while chasing a home-run ball.! The -H-year- " " " — — "The big difference in pitch- pia> 'ooroan. ,„ _, , j: - .> macs Jim Brown, cleared by; Devemey belted out a home ._..___ .... iury of assault and battery ! run for the losers and also - as ! leading all-around hitter Friday: age J ^ ... _. _ ! o »A « v o mr^lt r\f tVlO f int* f*f f C\ Vt\ I • i_ i~ T -. ~ A _. « »i **» flr\enni-r\rJ \ -t n*-n] solo smash off Eddie Fisher' hj ; brought bv an 18-year- i a » example of the fine effort! night as Los Angeles defeated! total to 38 and his homer total to' Lee Maye's single, then held the m the seventh for what proved. j^ wasBin training camp'shown b - v tne Mercer-Flambeau! Boston 7-3, handing the floun-'nine. He leads the Angels in the Astros to one hit the rest of the and be the winning tally. i with the Cleveland Browns to-l unit - was injured in the f i f t h, de ring Red Sox their 19th loss in first two categories and trails way. rirs) V,™ n,ifr,rri vinmprpri fnr ohir-! - ... >!„„,•„„ „. h<, ,•„>-, ;*t n tho fonno!^- ,__ „„ games. ' Willie Smith by two in home The Reds tied it in thc sixth u ^ ^ year-old rookie, the: runs, over-all an unusual feat on a single by Leo Cardenas and , nat ch-play taasi's is" set,'for Fri- day T'M- young pi: League's No. 2 base for a leadoff batter. Pete Rose's triple before pulling dny A 6 then semi-finals drills Thursday witl . ,..._ '• in other American League ahead to stay j2-MnJ.hejieventh. ;md finnls in ;ll , nights will fol- ans due to report S Fighters Cop ing here is that you know if vou keep the game close our Otner Browns, who have been working the Nation-1 He was knocked unconscious andi American was aided off the field but re-} ports are that he was not ser-j Looney is expected to report with th> "Lions rookies next Tues- young players begin with the veter- S° B '\SK iously injured. Bill Grashen went all the way| on the mound for the winning! superior will tan- keeping me in the eighth inning j pal Cour jiny lemnec a vei ilSrwfs" •' ^na^SS 2i2 SSS Ayres had ,c-|ple in the championship game ••They did^t have anv confi-' cused Brown of slapping her in I today at 2 p.m. at Superior. dence in me in Kansas* City. I, his east side Cleveland motel M.re.r.Ki.mb.« mu,.n.r >••««•>• lost a couple of 2-1 and 3-2 (room, plying her with whisky j Wegner A: f « », SchnelI AB ? H . games and they put me in the j ancl forcing her into sexual rela- 1 st. a^mnin a o oFi»g.tad bullpen, then I pitch nothing but i tions. _ 'warmer batting practice " he continued. 1 Brov/r testified on the witness j Thomas League Title games, Baltimore edged Min-, on singles by Vada Pmson, Rob- Jow on Saturday, Aug. 7. nesota 3-2. Cleveland defeated inson and Deron Johnson. Twenty-two clubs in UK New York 5-2, Detroit nipped Friend, now 5-7, was touched Peninsula and in Ashland, Chicago 6-5 and Washington only for a ground single by Don » trimmed Kansas City 5-3. I Landrum in the fourth inning on , Cardinal's three - 'run homer i wl »ch shortstop Gene Alley was Sunday. Aug. t ancl move into full scale drills Up- the following day. . Pena came on after the White; stand that there was no truth Sox had scored four runs off , whatever to the charges, telling Hank Aguirre. Ken Berry's two- 1 the jury Miss Ayres came to his run triple and a sacrifice fly gave Chicago three runs in the motel room uninvited the night of June 19 and refused to leave. iHe said he finally left at 5 a.m. •i 200 R i i n •2 n O'Luclvigsen 410 :i 0 O'J. Peterson :i 2 2 Armstrong 3 0 O'S. Peterson 100 2 " Bart Davidson Devemey Wllite 2 0 O'Grnsken second inning. A walk to John Romano and i and went to play golf. a double by Pete Ward gave the! Both Browns President Art White Sox their fourth run in I Modell p.nd Coach Blanton Colli- the third. | er expressed confidence in Pena gave up a leadoff single Brown Modell said he had to Berry in the fourth, then re- talked to Brown June 21 and tired ten consecutive batters be- never "had the slightest doubt fore Romano- singled to open! O f hjg complete innocence." the eighth. i Colh>r said he was "gratified Ron Hansen also singled after tnat the jury found to be true Pena had struck out Bill Skow- wnal we a n felt from the ron and Ward to run his total to 1 1 O'Dumphy I 1 1'Stalviu 1 0 0 Hendry IRhonke ! Hennessey 'Anderson IFudaley Totals 20 2 3! Totals Mercer-Flambeau Superior STANDINGS Fighters Angels Hustlers Red Raiders Lions Hawks Bombers Twins . .. w 12 10 . 8 . 8 . 7 . 6 . 4 1, 2 4 climaxed a four-run rally in the fourth inning that sent Boston's • Jim Lr—'iorg to his llth loss. i also homered for to make a play Fiiend matched the Cubs hit total with a second inning single, his lirst Sox. hit in a year and the last 75 at- bats. Jim Pagliaroni hit two ers for the Pirates and ; Clendenon one. Wis.. and Sault Ste. M a r i o. Ontario, are affiliated with the U. P. Golf Association, and all oi their members have b e e n notified they can enter the tournament ithe deadline is Friday. July 301 by registering with the 1 pro at their locnl club. H o w- they need not pay entry STANDINGS of a smorgas- Carlson's Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Jim the and 1 for ti Broo.. Robinson's bases-load-; ~' T he"'Giamr wrapped >t up in bord dinner Aug. S is med single in the ninth inning th e fhs nn m^ -foninst the eluded -until they sign in at drove in Luis Aparicio with the Braves as wmiceM cCovey hit a the Marquette club's pro shop run that carried Baltimore past 1 1 • n d Jesus Alou prior to their qualifying round Minnesota. Robinsons hit sailed j connected for a S0 lo shot'the first day. the :past a drawn-in Twins' outfield., against Ken Johnson, 10-5. The Club pros also have been "" "" ~ "" """' collected only two more asked to submit the names of , _. ; members who will represent 020 ooo- 2, The Fighter's last regular game : en Minnesota a 2-2 tie. i'"Ron Herbel surrendered 10 their club in thc five-man team 104 osx-13 j wlll be played Monday morning,', Cleveland's Duke Sims drove; Milwaukee hits, but only Eddie event. '- three runs with a homer and Ma thews' homer did anv clam- The committee in charge has fnues Carlson's Tops League Ranks 10 13 i i ! n n' The Fighters have taken ..._ _..... . . „ ^, i ' Ironwood Farm Baseb air Eight-inning home runs by Bob j Giar n H: League title with a 12-2 record.; Alli s° n and Earl Battey had giv-| nlts _ KC Standard Oil Safeway Smeeth'.s Aurora C&M Oil Co. and Bingo's Jr. Chamber W . 3 . 2 o . 2 . 1 . 1. . 0 0 I. 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 ; and then they will meet .... . , .,.,,, league All-Stars on Thursd a y, l a singles agamst New Yc, rk H , s Carlson's Super Market con- the i July 29. batterymate, pitcher Luis Tiant, age. Minnesota Baltimore 1 W1I «JliV* »TIA*V* •-« .«.. — - --. (jcgl L1H1H6 • ! m 1 rt eight. Smoky Burgess, who! Br0 wn is married and the fa-i Cleveland needs just one pinch-hit to set! tner oi three a major league record, sent a; The 1iu . y deliberated only 80 long fly to right which went; minutes before returning its foul before popping up to Wert.] verc ji c i in Judge Blanche Kru"I know Burgess is a. one ' pa nskv s court. Gary Arnosk .. • ^ \_ ;*-*-,-,„ i ' -Qr-i vi rt Q Vt"k1 Q 1 YTOf 1 ! . *- _-j ii •*** n ( *• swing hitter," Pena explained.) j ury 'foreman, said the main "He must have been watching! point Qi contention "in our me because he hit a good low minds was W ) ien an d how Bren- fork ball. I got him on a fast da Ayres reeeivec i the injuries." ball going away." . conflicting testimony came Demeter hit his home run in; from a friend, Miss Paula the second inning and Freehan, Wnite who said sne saw Miss got his to cap a three-run Tiger: - Qut Qf & batntub 12 sixth. A double by Willie Horton :i afte] . lne alleged beating and a singe by Dick McAui fe markg on ner body produced the lirst run of the in-, ning. CHICAGO Detroit. Chicago New York Los Angeles 45 Washlngt'n 40 Boston 33 Kansas City 29 W. L. 59 35 55 38 39 39 40 49 50 55 59 59 53 51 51 47 Pet. G.B. .628 — .591 .576 .567 .560 .490 .474 .421 .359 .330 obtained a large number o f in the second half of action o . , The Mets won in the 10th on prizes. Besides an award f o r the Irorwood blow-Pitch Softball The standings in the league re- f dded nis second major league sin gie s by Ed Kranepool. chuck. Die qualifying play medalist and ™^ 0 . . h i PaEllP - s O niv main the same except for the ; home run off Jim Bouton, now. H iller and John stephenson. a trophy for the champion. n C f''f°" ^ ! i ^h « ^ n ta v deadlock for third place, where !*-»• . f M t ^ ^. 'That gave the victory to Jack, prizes will go to the winner, P<- ^a it-co d %vith a 3-0 taiiy the Hustlers and the Red Raid-i Detroit outlasted Chicago on i Fisher, who brought his record runner-up, consolation winner bin, ' is . osely f olio^ecI by a ers have 8-6 records i two-run homers by Don Defe- to 7-11 with a five-hitter. and runner-up and to winners of lll ° 0| uain.s. Knights, oi uoium- Winding up this week's play ter and B111 Freehan and aj The game had been tied since the semi-final losing pair ! - h '" ; st:inrl! "' rl n " nn(1 .^flfpwav V/-2 c ' in'the"'league, the" Red" R~aiders i bases-empty blast by Don Wert. ithe fourth inning when Jim each flight. • defeated the Twins 10-5 in the! Relief pitcher Orlando Pena : Hickman hit a solo homer for if the entry in ! first game and the Bomb e rs ' stopped the White Sox on four i the Mets. , -. nloned the Hawks 4-3 in the sec-1 nits in the ] ast 6 1-3 innings, the Buford's 141- nipped the Hawks 4-3 in the sec- ,m?. ; ond game of a doublehead e r last hit being Don ia/J - - — •• •--- ninth-inning homer. Ken Hamlin's two-run double Buford 2ta 4 l ^ Robinson rf 5 o ° Romano c ^ i 3 Weis pr () ° ° Martin c 0 0 0 Skowror Ib 4 0 0 Ward 3b 4 0 l Hansen ss 4 l 2 Nicholson If 2 1 0 Burges^ ph 1 0 0 Berry cf 4 l 2 Buzha'-c't p l 0 0 Locker p 1 ° ° McGra-.v If 2 0 0 Totals 34 5 8 DETROIT AB K 11 RBI Wert ab 5 l 3 l Lumpe 2b 4 0 2 Cash ib 3 0 ° Kalino cr 4 0 l Horton If 4 1 1 McAuliffe ss 4 1 '> Demeter rf 4 2 1 Freehan c 3 1 l Aguirre p i o o Pena p 3 ° ] Totals 35 ti n b Chicago 031 000 001—5 Detroit 020 003 lOx—6 E - Fisher. DP — Chicago '2 Miss White also testified that ! Brenda talked to her June 21 AB K 11 RBI j a | 30l ,t the possibility of getting 2; money from Brown. Miss Ayres 0 " denied talking to Miss White 0 that day. 0 0 o, 1 0 o Toronto Maple Leafs Edge Toledo by 2-1 TORONTO (APi—Jerry Herron pitched a five-hitter to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a „ ' 2-1 victory over the Toledo Mud Hens in an International League baseball game Friday night. Friday's Results Cleveland 5. New York 1 Detroit 6, Chicago 5 Baltimore 3, Minnesota 2 Los Angeles 7, Boston 3 Washington 5, Kansas City 3 Today's Games Minnesota at Baltimore, N New York at Cleveland Chicago at Detroit Kansas City at Washington Los Angeles at Boston Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Boston Minnesota at Baltimore, twilight Kansas City a New York at Cleveland, 2 Chicago at Detroit, 2 Monday's Games Los Angeles at Boston, N Minnesota at Baltimore, N Only games scheduled Superior School Appoints Coach played Friday morning. The Twins kept in the running, : .... . . edging the Raiders 6-5 until the ; Wlth tw ° out in the seventh m- rhird inning when relief hurler mn e was tne winning margin G. Mariani retired the T w i n s fo , r Washington over Kansas : on strikeouts. In the bottom of citv - Hamlin also doubled In the : the third, the Raiders th e n i fl , rst ln ning and scored as Dick scored four more runs, clinching [ Nen singled, the victory. The winning pitchers were R. Ussitalo and G. Mariani, together striking out nine. The losing pitcher was L. Kirley with nine strikeouts. Wirtinen hit a double for the Red Raiders and W. Shiroda ed a double and P. Robe .. „._ slammed a triple for the Twins, been coming to the Insurance lcetba11 and baseball SUPERIOR — Mike Tucker has been named head football coach at Superior Cathedr a 1 High School for the com i n g ball Teanit witn assistance lroin school year. Tucker will take four members of others teams Crowds Want Boros to Win i fl £\t\, A. if \Jf\riJ , X^OllIli I A A ) • . ^. ...w.. .......... o . -I »' — — belt-; There's no longer any doubt rnain at the scn ° o1 as athletic at Ran: i a Fie i cl F r i da y evening. r t s: about it The crowds that have director ancl head coach in bas- Norm- had a 9-3 advant age bus. Standard Oil and Safeway Movers, all with 2-1 records. Smeeth's and Aurora are knotted in fifth place with 1-2 records while C&M Oil Co. and Bingo's and Junior Chamber fight it out for the league's cellar, both with 0-2 marks. Next week's action will p i t Snieeth''- 1 against Junior Chamber in Monday's first game and Carlso"'.'- will tangle with Aurora in the nightcap at Randa Field. w ednesday evening Safeway and Standard will battle in the opener, and in the second The Norrie Junior Miss Soil- contest , he Knlghts of Columbus will meet C& M Oil Co. and Bin- list is 1 a r g e enough, plans have been made to set up eight-man competitive brackets for all flights following the championship and first flights, committee spokesmen said. Norrie Edges Wakefield over t h e in lhn i ea gue, edged out a 10-9 football coaching duties from victory ovcr a Wakefield girls HARTFORD, Conn. iAP) —! ste y e Bachand, who will r e;- unjt in a thrilling contest played entering the last half of the sev- Stock Racing Time Changed The Hiawatha Racing Associ- LOB—Chicago 6, Detroit 7. 2B—Ward, McAuliffe, Lumpe, Hortor.. 3B—Berry. HR—Buford National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 57 41 .582 — , : The first inning in the second | city Open golf tournament want; Tucker was graduated from cnln u -, n i ng anc i the Wakefield "'game was the big one for the; Connecticut's Julius Boros to j Cathedral in 19s9 after winning squad ( . ame up W j tn a burst of Bombers as they scored a 11! win and end 13 years of frustra-l tnree letters in footba11 - In 1963 six runs to knot the tally. «Hon has announced that the their runs, sparked by a homer jtion for him and them ' lie was graduated from Superior In lne eighth inning. Norrie Sunday night stock car races, by K. Evanstad. it's been quite a romance be-' state University with a major re tirecl the Wakefield batters in held at the association's race The Hawks were held scoreless tween the 45-year-old Boros and' in history and a minor in phy- orcler anc | came up to the plate track at the Gogebic County i until the third inning when the the Boros Brigade, which once! sical education. and W i(\i runners on third and Fairgrounds here, will start at : Hawks scored three runs to again hopes that this is the For tne P ast several years he . seconcl bases, Jean Oja sent a 6 P-ni. tomorrow night, instead j close in on the Bombers' tally, year i nas assisted Bachand with the single , nto left fi eld to send of the usual 7 p.m. But K. Evanstad came through) Probably nobody has wanted j coaching duties at Cathedral. nome (he W innig tally. Association spokesmen stated Cincinnati Milwaukee n , „.. ";<7i. Demeter (8>, Freehan (6)), „ Fran 0 ' i i r ,. ..< .C OTT' Dii I'rt »»/•! , ..... Wert (5 SF—Buford. " B'xhardt ^ Locker •; Fisher •- Wil'elm Aguirre 0 Pena 2 2-3 3 1-3 1 1 2 1-3 62-3 H 5 -1 2 1 4 4 I:R BB so Phila'phia Pittsburgh St. Louis Chicago Houston New York 54 41 51 41 50 41 46 48 48 52 47 48 47 44 42 31 50 63 .468 .554 .549 .505 .500 .495 .458 .457 .330 11/2 3 3'j 7>a 8 8' •> 12 12 24 to retire the Hawks on strikeouts in the last inning. The winning pitcher was to win the 72-hole, $70,000 ICO, | which passed the halfway mark Friday, more than big Jay. Evanstad with 12 strikeouts and • Wha 1 ; has the Boros rooters Joan Semo had a homer for 'hat the time trails will get un- and Sibley had a triple i der way at 4:30 and the actual year will teach history and physical! education classes in addition to< amTa'pair of singles for the los- ; races will begin at 6. handling the football team. the losing pitcher was M. Skaja, excited is that he has moved striking out seven. within four strokes of the leader Hitting for the Hawks were and is in top form. Skaja with a triple and Dan The sentimental favorite shot Superior Kast which now has Baker slammed a double. , a five under - par 66 Friday, been consolidated with Superior Following is the league scried- ; equalled by only two others, for Central in one school. ers. On the mound for Norr i e Cathedal will he a new mem- was Christine Turunen anci hurl- lie r of the Michigan-Wisconsin inf? , 0) . wakffiolcl was Jill Gcr- (x'onference this year, replacing OILX W 14-2 i. HBP-By Aguirre T-2-48" A—25,058. Friday's Results St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 3. 12 -Pena .2-6. L - Locker; inning . s San Fran. 5, Milwaukee 1 t Romano i. SUMMER FUEL OIL SPECIAL! OFF REGULAR PRICE of No. 1 and No. 2 Fuel Oil Wisconsin State tested This offer expires Wednesday, Sept. 1st, 1965 LAP"Y BOYER FUEL OIL Phent Ironwood Cincinnati 9, Houston 1 New York 3, Philadelphia 2, 10 innings Pittsburgh 6. Chicago 0 Today's Games St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Pittsburgh at Chicago Philadelphia at New York Milwaukee at San Francisco Cincinnati at Houston, day- night Sunday's Garnet Pittsburgh at Chicago, 2 Philadelphia at New York, 2 Cincinnati at Houston Milwaukee at San Francisco St. Louis at Los Angeles Monday's Games St. Louis at San Francisco Milwaukee at Houston, N Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled ule for next week: July 26 Angels vs Twins Fighters vs Lions July 27 Red Raiders vs Bombers Hawks vs Hustlers July 38 i Hustlers vs Red Raiders ; Twins vs Bombers ' July 29 i field Country Club course. ! Fighters vs League All-Stars a 36-hole total of 137. The leader is Dave Hill of Jacksnn. Mich., whose 66, preceded by a first round 67, gives him a nine-under-par 1233. ; Dave Marr, with successive 67s, wai one stroke behind Hill. Player Leads By 10 Strokes Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Bob Friend, Pirates, allowed only one hit, an LL Tournament Finals Today WAK1-;FIELD — Final games of the District 10 Little L e ague Area Tournament will be WASHINGTON iAP) — U.S. : played this afternoon at E d d y Bob Gralby, the first day lead- open champion Gary Player Park Field here, er, was two shots off the pace at took a commanding 10-stroke Bessemer and the Lake of the the 6,588-yard, par-71 Wethers- i jead into the third round of the Clouds team of Ontonagon will ¥50,000 National Challenge Golf clash In the consolation game at Match today. 1:30 fine' then Ironwood and Player shot an eight-under- wakeifeld will square off in par 63 Friday for 36-hole total of the championship battle at 4. 132, Amateur Dc-ane Beman of The '.vinner of the Ironw o o d- liethesda, Md., was second with Wakefield game will advance to 142, followed by Arnold Palmer; the district tournament to be A two-ball foursome golf tour- and U.S. Amateur champion, played next week at Iron Moun' ~ " " of Huntington, i tain. Due to the mountain enthusiasm in the sport, more and more cars are entering the Sunday night races. Therefore, this week will mark the first time this sea- I .son that, there will be seven, in- I stead of the usual six, rac e s, making for a more smoothly run program, concluded spokesmen. Golf Tourney Slated Today Infield single by Don Landrum . in the fourth inning, as Pitts- nament will begin at 4 p.m. to- Bill Campbell _ .. . burgh whipped the Chicago ! day at the Gogebic Country Club W.Va., at 143. ' Ironwood and Wakefield quali- Cubs 6-0 : Fourteen holes will be played Masters champion Jack Nl-' fled for the title game by win-1 BATTING — Jose Cardenal, after which awards will be given chols, who admitted he was ning the tourney's opening con-' Angeis slammed four hits, in- and a lunch served. tired after a .solid week of exhi- tests Thursday. Ironwood eluding a three-run homer, in Persons interested should bitibns, was fifth in the six-. downed the Ontonagon club 7-3 Los Angeles' 7-3 victory over call the club for reservati o n s man field at 148 after a 76, Fri- and Wakefield nipped Bessemer Boston. | for golf and the lunch. , day. j 1-0. Time to "liven" up your car's L'l'iginf lor tho sul'e, smooth driving performance, lower gas costs you want. Timing, plugs, carburetor, points adjusted for effic-ient economical operation. JACK & BUD'S SERVICE 1301 E. CloverUnd Drl»»

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