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SIX IPONWOOD DAILY 61611, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JUNE T2, Tigers Suffer Their 6th Doubleheader Setback of Year Twins Register 5-4 Victories In Both Games By THE ASSOCIATED DETROIT l API—The Octroi*, tigers showed plenty of promise against,the league-leading Minnesota Twins Friday night. But promise alone didn't score any runs and the Tigers suffered their sixth doubleheader Setback in seven twin bills this season. The scores were identical— 5-4—with the Twins taking the opener of the twi-nighter in 10 innings and the nightcap in 12 The crowd of 30,716, largest since opening day, saw some good baseball but gol nothing more than a few near misses for their , efforts in trying to cheer this ciub to victory. ''but' relief pitching sure wasn't iriuch out there today, i- tviiS it?" a'sked Manager Charlie; 4^ j I • l I Dresseri, appearing for the first: I JrvCff til P rflifl< iim : ai Home as the head man' 1 ^' /^UUIC 1 I IWIIJ, t &feliri n said later that Larry 7~0 2~7 Wlfl OV6f SpO/lfl. MetS Sherry, who started the season ' ' With a bang but who has been By MURRAY CIIASS : though, he did it with his bat iriefiebtivfe of late, has a lame Associated Press Sports Writer i anc i produced his third home back grid rnight be sidelined for Don D r y r. d a 1 e go boom, i run O f the season * J^i fe ' tr * i ,. Twice • The eighth-inning blow came Terry Fox, second only to The 8 -foot-6 Los Angeles ace , O n a 3-2 pitch off Warren Spahn. WORK ON NEW TRACK—The Hiawatha Racing Association is constructing a new stock car racing track at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds here. The new track is being built on the infield of the horse racing track. Sev- eral association members are shown re'mov- ihg rocks and debris frbm the track in preparation for the start ,df the siimrrie'r facing season. (Daily Globe Photo) CffS Yankees Climb Into 7th Place By Defeating Los Angeles 6-4 *y SJWHs Writer TH6 tfe'ft Ybrk Yankees are higlier todtly than at any tihie in the^ last four weeks. The defending Ahie'rican League Champions, who have been bogged tiowh in thfe second divisidh since April, continued their most sustained 1 drive of the season Friday night as Al Downing staggered to a 13-hit, 6-4 victor j> Over thfe LoS Atigelfcs Angels. Tht triumph was thfc ilith ih the last se'veri ga'rhes M the Yankees, it hb^ped thfem; ove* Bbstbri irilti seventh plsice ' ' Sherry in dependability in the: thte 10SCr " hit the dirt in the first inning, Drysdale has won nine of his b as 0r I then came back to hit the Jack- i last 10 games and has lost only game, evening his record , pot Jn the e , gmh as the Do dgers' ! three times this season. —who had relieved starter" Mickey Lblich — walked the first twb batters in the ninth. Fox got a forceout.^at second base "when Jerry kindall at .! *er in the first inning. i L e a g u e, fell down in front of j San Francisco 5-3, Milwaukee 55,023, largest crowd in the ma- '•• Walloped St. Louis 8-2, Cincin- jors this season, while pitching i nati edged Chicago 4-3 and Phil- to Je^se Gonder, the third bat-i adelphia nipped Houston 6-5 in 10 innings. terhpted tb sacrifice. But he threw wide, of But he got up, took a few prac- Pirates won their seventh first tp score the tying run. Fbk then go't the next two batters without a ball getting bttt of the inheld. The Twins got their run in the 10th after Sandy Valdispinio and Frank Kostro hit consecutive singles off Fox and Jimmie Hall lofted his second sacrifice fly of the garne. The Tigers had rallied to sbore three unearned runs in the sixth to take this ledd for the only time all night. Don Wert's lwb ; but triple sdored two of the runs. He scored the go-ahead run on a double by Bill Freehan. Harmon Kiljebrew's home run in the second inning and rim- producing single in the sixth gave the Twins a 2-b lead in the nightcap. Home rung by George Thomas and Don.Demeter tied it and the Tigers threatened in the 1,1th but were ainbushed by a bounce in the Twins' favor. At. Kaline was thrown out at third after he had,reached the base on a fly by ThOmas. The throw frorh right got through third baseman Frank Kostro, but bouhbed off the stands into the hands bf pitcher Jim Perry and Kaline' was tagged as he scampered back to the bag. Three* singles, a sacrifice fly and Hall's triple gave the Twins just enough runs in the tdp of the 12th to survive Jim Northrup's pinch two-run homer Ih the bottom bf the inning. The Tigers, 2-6 this month and 3-7 since Dfessen's return, were tb send Denny ..McLain (1-3) a g a i n s ( t the Twins this afternoon. Carnilp Pascual (8-0) j , tice pitches nnd struck out oon- ! stralgnt game and 19th of 21, tier scoring three runs in the first The 28-yesr-old right-hander i inning on Willie Stargell's two' downer! on four hits and became the first pitcher in the rnajors to win 11 games. He gained the triumph by going boom again. This time, Cable TV Is 9th In U.P. Tourney The Cable TV bowling team bf Ironwbod captured a tie for ninth place in the 1965 Upper Peninsula men's bowling tournament held at Negaunee. The squad rolled a 2<772 pin total to tie with Bakers Grocery of Iron River and wind up among the top 10 money winners. Ken's Grocery of Ishpeming \va's the first place winner in the regular team corn,petitibn with a 2908 .pill total. Adblph's Sinclair of Negaunee captured secbnd with 2907 arid Ericksbn biiers of ishpemihg won third place honors, by rolling a 2886 total. Gibson's of Iron River took the minor team championship with a 2738 score. Alex Alto arid Leo Lanimi .of Chathahi captured this regular doubles crown b'y bowling a 12(52. The regular single's division was won by Lbuis Riliizotti bf Negaunee with a 650 score and right behind hihi was Tony Gillis of Gladstone with a 649 total. The minor run triple and Dbrin Clendenon's sacrifice fly ahd two in the sec- bnd on Jirri Pagliaroni's homer. The Giants' Willie Mays clouted his 19th hbifier, a three - run blast, in the third. Felipe Albu snapped a 2-2 tie with a three : run hbmer In the competition wTrtb'Hu'rTfbr'Miririfesbta. '"'I was captured by Curt Mumpy I of,, Menominee with a 623. Vld'pirtp ph Perfv p Totdis , 1 . l 41 0 ,0 1 3 «2ii;i l,i:t»Ji • •" i ' i I ui " lv *cuujumcc wun a DiO. MINNJESOTA AB R H BI! Tne winner of the regular all V'rsalles ss ... . 3 ' " "' Kindall ,2b 6 Oliva if. 5 Illeb'w Ib 5 Allison !f 5 Rollins 3b 2 Minchei 1 ph 1 Kostro 3b 0 Nossek cf 3 H811 cf 2 girn'man c 5 Nelson P 3 o 0 o o i o 0 0 0 7 events class was F.. Mansfield who added up a 1838 total and the minor all-events winner was G. Gataoury of Negaunee with a 1737. Following is the list of the top 0 i id winners in the regular tedrn 11 bbrnpetitibn: 0 i Teiin. City 1 j 1. Ken's. Grocers-. Ishueiniiig ~_ 2. Adpl pit's SiiK-Uiir. Ncgauiv 0 Milwaukee seventh, and the Braves went on to win their eighth game in the last 10. The Braves added two runs in the eighth with the help of Tracy Stallacirt's wildhess. The Cardinal hurler hit one batter and tossed two wild pitches. The Reds edged the Cubs on Gofdy Colernan's two-run homer in the ninth inning. Cbie'miri also doubled across a run in the first, the ,Citbs went She'ad 3^2 in the sixth, Ernie Banks doubling in brie run and scbrihg anbther. Jbhrny Ca'.lisbn lashed an inside-the-park home rUn in the 10th iiihihg for the Philadelphia victory. Callisbn's two-out blow bo'ilhco>! , off the scbrebbard in right r cpntei\ field, libtistbn ,had tied the gairie 5-5 iri the riirltH on L,ee Maye's triple and Wait Bond's sacrifice fly. 1. Aaron Leads Open By Two Strokes By liAL PARIS Associated PrpSs Sports Writer CLEVELAND (AP) — Tommy Aaron, the likeable Georgia pro, carried a two-stroke lead today into the third round of the $135,000 Cleveland Open golf tournament. The 28-year-old Aaron had his sights set on the big $25,000 prize, a purse that could put him among the top five money makers on the tour. He carded a four-under-par 67 Friday for a 36-hole total of 135. Tony Lema shot a 70 for a 137 total. He shared the runner- up spot with Gordon Jones, a native of Alliance, Ohio, whb plays out of Orlando, Fla. Today's field was trimmed ttt 82 after a score of 146 or better was needed to stay in the competition's final 36 holes. Among the casualties were U.S. Open champion Ken Venturi, whb finished with 150, Tommy Bolt, Tommy Jacobs and Doug Sanders. PGA king Bobby Nichols just squeezed in when he shot a 71 for a 146 total. Still very much alive and only three strokes back, at 138 were Dan, Sikes and Bert Weaver,, Randy Glover showed a 139 While Mason , Rudolph, Larry Mowry, Julius Boros, Don Stick; ney and Billy Casper were bracketed at 140. A. dozen others,, including Ar- ppld Palmer and Bruce Cramp- tori, the only triple winner oh the tour; were six back at 141. Standing* AB R U Bl 6 0 0 0 Weft Sb 6 o i o Derfieter, Ib 5 l 2 l Kaline # 2 o o 0 Hortofi If , 5 0 1 0 Thornas rf 5 i l l Fre«$afi c ., 5 i l o M'A'llffe SS 5000 Lolich p" 2 o l o Brown' ,ph i o o o Cash £h l o o o Northrup f>h 1 1 1 2 Totals 44 4 8 4 Minri£s&i« 010 001 obo 003—s Deiroit 010 001 000 002—4 t, kindall 2, Horton. i Yankees with a 2-2 mark. Jeii-o'it 1. LOB—Minnesota The Tigers and the Cubs are , 'GfiMjBu ?. knotted in fourth place, each 28—D'ehieter. 3B—Hall. HR— | with a 1-2 total and hold i n gaunet Erickson. Oilei-s, Ishpeming i.. Arprtcjians. Escaitab^ . . S. The Dome Limes. Miiriiictte R. Ryduhl's Laundry. Murinettc 7. Zucgnor Sliut-s, Norway !?. .lozqhis nisi.,. Meitominee B. Bakers Grocery, Iron River 9. Cabff TV. Iron wood total 2908 2907 288 li 2886 2S3] 2821) 2789 2777 2772 2772 Indians Tbp LL Standings The Indians hold down the second-week lead in the Ironwood Little League with a perfect 3-0 record and are the only unit in jtlie league to go into the third week of actipn without a loss In the nuniber two Spot in the staridihgs are the Dodgers with a 2-1 tally and percentage points behind them are the By THE; ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. Ci.B. Los Angeles 35 22 .614 — Milwaukee . 29 21 .580 2>.4 Ciriciriria'ti .30 23 .566 ^ San Fran. .30 25 .545 4 Pittsburgh . 2? 2^ .519 5Va Fhila'phia . 26 2^ .481 IVz St. Loins ... 26 28 .481 7V 2 Houston 26 32 .448 fl'/a Qhicago ... 22 31 .415 11 New York , 20 .36 ,.357 i4V 3 Friday's Results Cincinnati 4, Chicago 3 Los Angeles 2, New York 1 Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 2 Pittsburgh 5, San Fran. 3 Philadelphia 6, Houston 5 Today's Games, Los Angeles at N,ew York Houston at Philadelphia Sari Frariclscb at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago Milwaukee at St. Louis , SUnday's Gaines Los Angeles at New York, 2 Cincinnati, at Chicago, 2. Milwaukee at St. tjpijis, 2 San Frariciscp at Pittsburgh Houston at Philadelphia Hawks, Raiders Post Victories In a twin-biil placed Friday in the ironwbod Farm Baseball League the Red Raiders scored a 4-0 stiutbut bver the Mbmbers as Raider pitcher G. Marian! pitched the sasbri's first no-hit,ter. . j In the second game the pitch- j ing perfection also prevailed as the Hawks trimtilfed the Hustlers 4-1 on a brie-hit cbiitest pitched by M. Skaggia. The Retl Raiders started the game's scoring with a one-run first inning on a single by Krause and a double by Fudaly and they added ohe in each of the three innings to follow. At the same time they put on a fine display of defensive poisfe to hold the losers scoreless. Mariani allowed three walks and struck out 11 batters. K. Evanstad was the losing pitcher as he struck but 10, walked three and alltiwed 2 hits. In the contest to follow the Hawks scored two runs on one hit and four walks in the first inning to take a lead that was never headed throughout thfe eh tire affair. The Hustlers did score a single tally in the first inning but that, proved to be the only run the losers could muster. Skaggia allowed only one hit, walked four and struck out nine while L. Johnson, the losing hurler, allowed three hits, walked 10, and struck out 11. The schedule of next week's games is: .Monday. — Hustlers vs R e d Raiders, Twins vs Bombers. , Tuesday — Hawks vs L i o n s, Angels vs Fighters. Wednesday—Fighters vs Hawk Twins vs Hustlers. Thursday — Bombers vs Angels, Lions vs Red Raiders. .Friday — Angels vs Hawks, Red Raiders vs Fighters. English Youth Yourt§ Pros Lead Western Open CHICAGO (AP) — Three yoiirig^prbs have jiist about taken charge. 6v$r the veterans in Women's Western .PORTHCAWL, Wales (AP) — CJive Clark entered, the finals of the British Amateur Golf championship today. Thp 1,9-year-old English youth climbed over the backs of four Englishmen, Billy Hyndman of Philadelphia, Frenchman Henri Frassineau and South African Bob Williams to reach the final. Today he,, took on, English Champion Michael Bphallack, 30, in the 36-hole final wtjich wound up as all-English affair after a week-long shelling which sank 34 Americans in the field of 178. The,y included Hyndman, who was beaten by Clark 3-and-2 in Friday's quarter-finals; former champion Dick Chapman bf Palm Beach, Fla., and Walker Cupper Bob Fells, N.J. Gardner, Essex the, $9,000 Golf Open. . Leading the trip is red-haired Sue M&xwj|ll of Tiilsa, ,whb shot a one-uride,r:-pa,r 72 on' the tough Bfeverly , Cbtiniry, Club cbiirse F.riday for a 145 and a , two- stroke lead at the halfway mark. , Sandra, Haynie, 22, a slender bloride from Lbngview,, Tex. |ired a second rburid 75 for a 149 total in the race for a $1,350 tbp award. Although taking a 77, red- tiaired Jjutly Tbrluemke, 20, of North key Largo, Fla., kept thfe front runners with the' first time s'irice Mdy 15 arid left them Only brie-half game to the rear bf th'e slx'th-plac£ Angels. At the tbp of thfe league', medriwhite, thfe first-placfe KHft- nesbta Twins arid turiher-U{i Chicagb White Sbx rferrialne'd & iVz lerigths apart, each sWe'eji- irig twl-night dbtibiehfeaders. The f wlhs swept tietrdit in a pair Of extra iririirig games, wiri- riing both by 5-4 scbres, the bpe'nfer iri 10 innings sirid the" nightcap iri 12 as Jiirirhife Hail produced the decisive run iri' each. Jte'lieve'r Eddife Fishfef ...... the kfey rble fbi- the' white Sbx, saying Juan PizarrO's first victory of the season in a 5-2 bpferi- irig gamfe tritimph over Wash- irigtdn, then tiirnirig ujj the winner in a 5-4, lO-innlrig secbnd garne triurriph. filsewhere, Kansas City downed Cleveland 5-2 behind Rollie Sheldon's first victory and Jim Landis' first homer and Baltimore edged Boston 5-4 on John Orsino's two-run homer. The Yankees, outhit 13-10, got the job done with a pair of run- scoring doubles by Roger Marls, a run-producing dbuble by Doc Edwards and singles by Bobby Richardson and Clete Boyer that drove in runs. The Twins tied the opener in the ninth on two walks by Larry Sherry, a sacrifice arid a wild pitch by Terry Fox that let Don Mjncher score. Then, in the ibth, riall brought in the winner with a sacrifice fly after singles by Sandy Valdespino and Frank kbstrb plus a sacrifice by Tony Oliva. Hall capped a three-run outburst in the 12th inning of the nightcap with a riiri-prbdiicing triple after Bob Allison's single arid a sacrifice fly by Kbstrb had brought; the first two runs across. Hall's triple proved decisive when Jim Nbrthrup hit a two-run homer iri the Tigers' half. Harmon Killebrew drove in the first two Minnesota runs with his 10th horner and a single, but horiiers by George Tliqrrias and Don Demeter pulled Detroit into a tie. Fisher picked up his 13th save in the opener against the Senators, coming ori for Pizarrb in the sixth inning. The victory for Pizarro, a 19-garrie winner last season, squared his record at 11. Fisher got the victory in the nightcap for a 6-1 record Wheri Don Buford led off the 10th with a homer. Danny Cater hit a homer in each game for the White Sox, his fifth inning shot in the opener proving the decisive run. Landis drove in three runs with a two-run single in the second inning and a solo homer in the seventh for the A's while Sheldon, makirig his fifth start since he was acquired from the Yankees, checked the Indians on seven hits. Orsino's two-run homer in the fourth inning closed out the scoring in the Orioles-Red Sbx game. Felix Mantilla and Lee Thomas, homered for Boston before .Baltimore relievers Har- *tt0l ( tftES- r TJiese dre som> of the 14 trophies wbri by Vtfakefield High Sclifloi basketball, track aha teh- ri'is teams anfl ffiaividltalls during the 1&84-85 school year. Shown with the trophies are Jjithes Etehiels, left, head basketball coach, whb was chosen By the Upper Peninsula Sports Writers Assocla- tlbri as tjHe U.P 1 . High school basketball coach of the yeaf, and ttbfeer Ktiski, a senibr, cb-wiriher ot the Michigan-wiscorisih CbMerehce's Kraerher Ba'sketb'all Award, the tail tfophy in th* center is the brie awarded to tia'filels and in front of it is art jliittigraphe'd ba'sketbiili preserHted to btiniels by mehlbers oif th* basketball team.. (D^ily Olbti* I^hbtb) Four Track Stars Urge AAU to Take First Step to ind Feud NEW YORK (AP)— Three [ organizations." famed diympians arid the 1 /'You have to have coopera- *reate<!i shot Dtitter ltion r ° accomplish anything," g ^jl es iw«r°Lx p ""! r said Owens in a statement re- urged today that the Arna- teur Athletic Union take the first step iri resolving t he dispute over amateur sports with the National COllegiate Athletic Association and its leased by the NCAA. "Ther* shtitild be joint approval of competition in this country between the two groups. I would urge a joint committee of AAU and Cordially Rates 5-2 at Aqueduct vey Haddix and Stu ball Miller the last six innings. TS and S Federaton UStFF-NCAA people to super- rSf. riwVn! Bob Sard's vise th « competition, set the d«M PhS MnrSS vffihS standards for conducting track and Bobby , Morrow^ Olympic ^^ ^ appn)ve ^ ^ ^ prbboSbd a I selecting bur inter national "partnership pa'ct of the twbi teams -" .. 1 So far the AAU has refused to consider dual sanctioning — or approval — of its track meets. "I concur enthusiastically with Jesse Owens' idea," said Richards, two-time Olympic pole v-nilt champion. j "Why can't there be coopera- itive approval, certificatibn, or NEW YORK (AP)—If owner' sanction — or Whatever else you Howell E. Jackson and trainer' want tb call it — if several legit- Ed Christmas had shown a n't-jiniate organizations have .an tie more confidence in Cordially j interest in,the rrieet?" said Mbr- they could have saved $17,500.; row, an Olympic sprint charhpi- But they are not cojttplairiing. ' " It cost Jackson $7,500 to make the daughter of Ambrbrix but of the discovery mdre. Be. Gra- cibus, a supplerneritary eritry in the Mother Goose two weeks ago. But she won and earned $63,180. Jackson lost no time writing! put another check for $10,000 so his, prornisirig filly could be eligible, for today's $100,bbU-added Coaching Club. American oaks at Aqueduct. She stands to win $84,i75 frbrri a total purse of $129,500' if all 10 entries start iri the lV4-mile rape. Cordially jiist beat George D. Widene^'s What A Treat in the I'/s miles of the Mother (3bose but it Was convincing enough to cause the oddsmakers tb establish her the 5-2 choice .to take today's race. What A Treat is today's 3-1 second choice. Mrs. Wallace 'oilfoy's Mar-; one of thi: tbp juveniles of 1964 with earnings' of $211,767 bn five Aviiis, seven seconds arid three thirds in 16 races, is rated arhorig th'e top contenders. Ground Control, the eritry of Terentia and Desert Love, Up Oars, Discipline, Straight Deal -.._, . ,.;j^ :..-..L3 ^1.*. tn ^ jjgjjj on. Matsori, the w o r 1 d s first 70- foot shot putter, said in concurring with the truce recbm- mendatiori that he Would follow the collegiate .rules that require meets be'aprbved by the NCAA and USTFF. American League W. t. Pet. G.B. Minnesota Chicago Cleveland Baltimore Detroit 34 18 33 20 . 27 22 29 25 27 25 Lbs Angeles 28 30 25 28 24 29 24 33 Kansas .City 13 34 New York Boston Washington .654 .623 .551 .537 .519 M .472 .453 .421 .277 114 5'/2 9V:: Killebrew Ud), Thomas (3), Demeter (.5)^ Northrup (2). SB —AlUson, VerSalles. SF - kbs- tro. Friday's Results Baltimore 5, Boston 4 Kansas City 5, Cleveland 2 Chicago 5-5, Washington, 2-4 New York 6, Los Angeles 4 High Qualify Wins in Hazel Park Fedtiire HAZEL PARK (AP) — High Quality won the fe'atured $3,900 seventh race at Hazel Park Race Track Friday, paying $24, $9.40 and $6.20. The daily double combihaton of Jet .Roman and Plucky Piet paid $40.80 in the twin double, 15Q. . , Three pre-tbiirney favorites and 29-year-old registerisd ,phar- n^aciist from,, Australia, Margie Masters, still were in striking dist.ancfe. Margie, the firs.t round Deader, had a 78 .for 150. beferiding champion barpl Mann also was at 150 5Vhiie Mickey Wright had 151. The third early choice. Drag Racing Record Set at 138.46 niph HOBART, Ind. (AP) — Jim Thornton, 27, Royal Oak, Mich., set a world record for drag racing stock cars Friday night in the opening of the American Hot Rod Association's national championship meet. Thornton, a Chrysler engineer who drives for the Dodge Ramchargers, blasted through the record run quarter mile at U.S. 30 dr.agstrip in 10:30 sec- Lou-SeJjha,, .Hill eiirirger,, l?y- Rairi arid Piriewbbd paid $10,428 on five winning,tickets. The biggest day of the Hazel Park meeting is bri tap for today with the featured $50,000- added Mibhigan Derby for 3- year-olds. leading . mbney . winner Kathy i onds for 138.46 miles an hour. Whltworth, was trying to tame a haywire putter arid trailed at Munari Gets A hole-in-one was made by A. R. M u n a r i of Ironw o od Thursday evening on the 119- yard, par 3 No. 3 hole at the Gogebic Country Club here. With Munari using a 9-iron, the ball hit one foot .in front of the pin and rolled, into the clip. Munari was playing ,v i t h Peter Ulasich,, Dr. J. C. Gorrill arid John Fox. Wore/ens Issue Fishing Report Wisconsin Cpnservation officers, Warren Holgers and Harley Lichtenwalner,. of the Iron County district, have issued the following fishing report for the Iron County area: Walleyes are hitting gobd on the Flariibeau Fiowage with worms arid rhinriows and walleyes are also being taken from the Gile Flpivage on large minnows. A 12-pound Walleyed pike was takeh from the Gile flowage last weekend. Northerns and perch are hitting good ori the Flambeau Fiowage and muskies are reported to be biting on the Fisher Lake chain, but Mercer and Big Muskie lakes are producing the be'st results. &ass fishing was good on th« bbenirig Mekend and trout fishing is reported to be good with the larger fish beginning to bite. Water levels around the county are still slightly above normal. 156, Top' amateur, 22-year-old Carol Soferisbn of Jrinesville, Wis... was in the running with 154 after a disastrous 81. U. S. Afters Play for Title WMU Fielder Named To All-Arherica Team Thornton broke his own record, 136.5, set last year at the sarne strip. He piloted a 1965, fuei injection model entered in , the factory experimental ultra-! OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Out- stock category. j fielder Bill Guerrant of Western Michigan, batting champion of the Mid-American Conference with a .467 average, was named to the All-America college base- _ Also on tbday's card,. is thq i ships BRISTOL, England (AP) —: tional Football League granting Dennis RaJstori , arid Clark! a possible franchise to Atlanta Graebner met today in the all r "there is no valid reason why American final of the West ofiit cannot be granted in 1966 or ; England lawn tennis chainpion- any other time." he said, the Lions Manager Favors Expansion in AtlaHta DETROIT (AP) — General bal1 team Thursday. .Manager Edwin J. Anderson or Thirc > baseman John Bieder- the Detroit Lions favors the Na- bac " of Michigan State and catcher John Huizenga of Western Michigan were named tb the second team. Dartmouth Wins 3rd Leg of HTA Series ST. CATHERINES, Ont. (AP) — partrnpiith, owned by th» ipastietbn Farm of Lexington, Ky., arid driven by Ralph Bald : win, won this $10,485 third leg of the $112,910 Harness Tracks of America , trotting series at Garden City Raceway Friday night. Dartmouth led from the start and set a track record for the mile of 2:02. He finished 4% lengths ahead of Lansing Hanover. The favored Argo Kid finished third after recovering frorri an early break. Dartrh'biith paid $4.60, $2.90 arid $2.10. Lansing Hanbver returned $5.80 and $2.20 with Argb Kid $2.10 to show. The fourth leg iri .the HTA trot series is scheduled June 26 at Monticello Raceway. rival American Football League Nelson Wtgn Penf LolicH Oladnf Fox Ri IP 72-3 21-3 EkBBSO 5 0 3 3 0 11-3 4 2-3 0 2 0 0 3 0 2 0 2 2 0 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 d o -FOX (3-3), <j' , iy Lolich, Versailes. T down the league's bottom spdtj Minripsota 5-5, Detroit 4-4, 1st are the Braves with a 1-3 count, game id innings, 2nd game 12 Next Week's schedule is: . Monday — Dodgers vs. Braves, Cubs vs Yankees. Tuesday — j Indians vs Tigers, Yankees vs' Braves. „. Wednesday ~ Indians vs Cubs, Tigers vs Dodgers. Herb (Bert) Brbadiobt of Des Moines, Iowa, will captain the Yale .basketball te'a'rn next season. He succeeds Don Taylor of jRidgewoodj N. J. innings Today's Games Chicago at Washington Baltimore at Boston Minnesota at Detroit Cleveland at Kansas City New York, at its Angeles, N Sunday's Games Cleveland at Kansas City, 2 Minnesota at Detroit Qhita^b at Washirigtbri Baltimore at Boston New York at Los Angeles $15,000 John C. Daniel Memorial j There was a strong possibility has sought to gain a franchise Hanaican. , 0( a ^i n gies sweep by the Yanks i Iri the Georgia city biit bp'eratbrs 5 Nancy Richey of Dallas of the city's stadium have not i Handicap. H 3-Year-Olds Enter Hazel Park Derby fcun , HAZEL PARK, Mich.,(AP) — pass the World and saber Dance, winner iri two divisions of.the Derby Trial; head the Held off u expected starters In the $5Q,000-added Michigan Derby at fi^ze,! Paris today. , Recbrd. dash, winner of the. _. ~.. , --, ... CbhptltiiHori SHjcs ahd fbtihh Miss Starkie, a British Wight- in t!--. .-• 'i-b is en- man Cupper, busted Graebner/g .. ...„• 1-16 miic luoi,. wlf«; faced Britain's Liz Starkie in the women's final of the faln- marr-d grass coiirt tournament.! Ralsroh, th$ tbp-ranked American, downed Frew McMillan of south Africa H, 9-7, «-l. Graebner, the No. 9 frorh Be&chwood, bhosen between the two leagues. Carol White Is 4th In Whefelfchair Games NV\,/ \\j.iK i"v"i carol i Dbtuiltl Odl o! \\.-U' or ,ti-.i- i:..rc ; i flpnr u ».s d(< ;-. M-V Hi. :i-7. B-l, lenaiu^ chainpibn- iii Class C oi: Mis.< Rib!-.i'v ivoiihcwi Ju..;!na the National Wheelchair Game Bvicka, of St. Louis, 6-2, 6-0. scored 304 points for fourUj place Friday. Winner with 379 was Carol Dillon of the Mid- NOTICE Due to eih error in our 'advertisement in the Ironwood Daily Globe dated Friday, Julie 11 we advertised a 1965 Mercury "Breezeway at ONLY $1845 with a trade in of a 1^61 Ford Golqxlp or Chevrolet Imbala in iahy cbhdlHbh. fMJS SHOULD HAVE READ: ond yobr 1961 Ford Galbxie or Ghevrblii Inipala iri average tohdlilbn. We are sbrry for afiy JncohverUehfce this may have cc;ut8d bUr custorhftrs. MiMmti, Michigan

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