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SIX 1RONWOOD 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 BERNIE KENNEDY The young Hurley All Tourna- ! ment Little League team m e t head-on with an experienc e d Associated Press Sports Writer | Ashland Little League club and DETROIT (AP> — It didn't take Orlando Pena long to prove dropped a 7-0 decision in an area Little League Tournament ing ment in the strikeout depart- 16 of the 18 Hurley he was worth every penny of j game played at Superior Fri- the more than $20.000 the Ti- day ifttrnoon. gers paid to get him from Kan-, in ott^er action, the Mercer- sas City. Flambeau squad lost a battle The fork ball-throwing side- to the Superior Nationals by a armer gave up just four hits in] 13-2 margin. 6 62-3 innings of relief to pick I It was Hurley's first try at up his second victory of the i Little League tournament corn- season in a 6-5 Tiger triumph petition and a valiant effort it outs in the contest went down via strikeouts. Two homers were hit by Ashland in the game, one of them unearned as it was hit after Hurley had errored in an attempt fo put out the third Ashland man of the inning. Ron Chiapusio was on the mound for Hurley and was relieved in the fourth inning b y Dan Perlberg. All of the Ashland runs: were charged to Chia- seven times in the contest, with over Chicago Friday night. The win put the Tigers in fourth place ahead of the White ! six of 'he runs being unearned Sox. It is their loftiest position Ashland jumped to a quick 3-0 was as they were scored o n pusio Steve Erspamer was in 25 days. "Sure, we paid a little more than the regular waiver price , lead in the first inning and widened the margin with a pair of runs in the second inning and to get him," Manager Charlie another two runs in the third. Dressen confessed. "But wej Ashland's pitcher. Peterson, were willing to pay it because ] did a fine job on the mound we're good guys. for the winners as he allowed I got a call from Baltimore | only one hit in the six-inning after we claimed him saying I game, a single by Gulan in the Peterson also did an outstand- they heard the asking price i second inning. was $40,000. "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 tommmADMWeAM^ Qf assault gnd battery a solo smash off Eddie Fishei h,.™,o-hf. hv an ifi-v^nr- Brown Reports For Training HIRAM, Ohio (AP) — All- fullback Jim Brown, cleared by Wills Gets 5 Hits, Steals 2 Bases But Dodgers Lose Third Straight Coach of Lions Faces Task of Finding Replacement for Lary By MIKE RATIIET 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 managed to lose, dropping their ;hird in a row 4-3 to St. Louis in 12 innings as their National League lead dwindled to 1 l -j Dairies over Cincinnati. Wills scored on Ron Fairly's first-inning sacrifice fly. Cardinal Bill White tied it 1-1 with a homer in the second GLOVE 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. By BERNIE KENNEDY DETROIT (AP) — Coach Harry Gllmer of the Detroit Lions faces the task of finding a new punter now that Yale Lary has announced his retirement after 11 years of in the National Football League. Lary, 34, decided to retire Friday, saying "when t h e Wills took over again in the coachps are younger than you sixth, leading off with a double, are , rs tlme to qult _,, Lions officials indicated when they acquired Joe Don Looney from the Baltimore Colts that taking third on a long fly and putting the Dodgers ahead 2-1 on Lou Johnson's single. Dodger starter Don Drysdale, who was not involved in the decision, made it 3-1 with his fifth homer of the season in the sev-j enth. 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 doubld, Ken Boyer singled, the Cardinals won and Wills had only his statistics to show for his night's work. he would be in line for Lary's crack at the job taut Gilmcr said Friday his main concern is to use Looney to beef up the hopes Looney will develop into the best runner in the NFL. "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." Gilmer said. "The fact that Looney can punt will make him more valuable to us. but when I took over job as punter. He is still going to get Marquette Sets U.P. Golf Meet the team I said we needed to i improve the running and a feel he's the man that can make i our game go," Gilmer added. i Lary announced his, decision to retire at a press conference j in Fort Worth, Tex. He said it ! wasn't easy to retire but "I had i a good year last season and I prefer to leave with a good record and Cardenal Leads Angels To Win Over Red Sox in the seventh for what proved | hvrmtrht b ought an 18-vear- an « year to be the winning tally. Don Buford homered for Chic- old girl, was in training camp with the Cleveland Browns to- ago in the top of the ninth. "The big difference in pitching here is that you know if ; you keep the game close our i al day, "more eager than ever" to Otner members of the Nation- Football League champion some back and score Pena said. "I have more confidence here and Dressen helped that by keeping me in the eighth inning (when the White Sox got two of their hits)," Pena added. runs "I out here for more than a week, greeted the big fullback when he arrived Friday night several hours after a Cleveland Municipal Court jury returned a ver- ters wWle walking three 1**** wv» j ., A ^t^f „„,.! rtvtrf GtmAIMfM* -\tt I 1 diet of innocent. Miss Brenda Ayres had ac- behind the plate for Hurley The Superior Nationals leaped to an early lead in the other tournament contest as th e y jumped out in front of the Mercer-Flambeau unit 1-0 in the first stanza. Mercer-Flambeau, howe v er . came back and scored a pair of runs in the top of the second to take a 2-1 advantage and hold that lead until the third inning when the Nationals camel 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 I half of the fifth inning to bring • the total to 13. 1 Abe Armstrong was on the i and was relieved by Thompson, Itop'W'runn^ng "ftA'h'rLoV*An-! gTes? ' " i phia 3-2 in io innings. 1 scheduled"for"The opening day, selected to the All-Pro team four eeles Angels. '• The performance, his best of, Jay bringing his record to 8-2,; Thursday Aug 5, with the low times nnd played in tne Devevney belted out a h o m e • . .. . _ ,...,._ ^,.._. ,__,__: •• ..,.._., run for the losers and also, as an example of the fine effort shown by the Mercer-Flambeau unit, was injured in the fifth inning as he ran into the fence while chasing a home-run ball. He was knocked unconscious and was aided off the field but reports are that he was not seriously injured. Bill Grashen went all the way on the mound for the winning squad and struck out nine bat- "I o\\f it to my wife MARQUETTE — More t: h an i children to establish a perman- The°Reds, meanwhile, closed 200 of the region's best golfers ent home." he added. •I ground as Frank Robinson; will be in Marquette Aug. 5-7 Lary tried to make it wun 'stroked four hits and Joey Jay'for the annual Upper Peninsula the Lions as an offensive baac allowed only three in a 9-1 viclo-i men's tournament. but found it difficult to biocK ry over Houston. ! The Marquette Goll and Conn- some ot the giants on l n e 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 He turned to defense himself burgh's 6-0 victory over the Chi-, wawonowin Golf Club's links at and becnme one of the league s cago Cubs, San Francisco ended ; ishpeming-N e g a u nee will be outstanding backs as well as a I stealer, didn't add to his total of; Milwaukee's 10-game winning, use d during the three-day event, great punter. a i 30, but he did collect a three-run : streak with a 5-1 victory and the i Eighteen-h o 1 e q u a 1 i f ying He led the league in punting By MURRAY CHASS Jose Cardenal, who gets _. D green light for stealing, doesn't j homer, a double and two sin-1 New York Mets edgd Philadel- rounds on D0 th courses are in 1959. 1961 and 1963. He was Cardenal became the Angels' 1 the season, increased his aver- leading all-around hitter Friday i age to .275. his runs Batted in gave up a run in the first inning j 32 playing an additional nine Bowl nine times. on a double by Joe Morgan andj no i es to determine the 16 places Lary intercepted 50 passes night "as Los Angeles defeated I total to 38 and his homer total to Lee Maye's single, then held thej ln the championship Boston 7-3, handing the floun- j nine. He leads the Angels in the ! Astros to one hit the rest of the < and Uie 16 competitors They didn't have any confi-jcused Brown of slapping her in « . . -_.. ™. I *_ 1 _ — » ~t- r.ir3« ^llrt^frtlnMfl wirtTOI dence in me in Kansas City. I lost a couple of 2-1 and 3-2 games and they put me in the bullpen, then I pitch nothing but his east side Cleveland motel room, plying her with whisky and forcing her into sexual relations. dering Red Sox their 19th loss in first two categories and trails way. the last 23 games. Willie Smith by two in home The Reds tied it in the sixth; q u a r t e ,.; final act i 0 n. bracket clurinR his career and returned in the 1^6 punts for 752 yards. first flight. First-round and Loonpy is expected to report s on a with the Lions rookies next Tues- bcgin The 21-year-old rookie, thej runs, over-all an unusual feat ; on a single by Leo Cardenas and j matcn . pl ay basis .is set for Fri- clay The young players begin mprip.nn l,f>affiie's No. 2 base! for a leadoff batter. ! Pete Rose's triple before pulling > rtnv „..„_ fi thpn semi-finals drills Thursday with the veter- American League's No. 2 base i for a leadoff batter. day, Aug. 6, then semi-finals batting "practice," he continued.! Browr testified on the witness Pena came on after the White i stand that there was no truth Sox had scored four runs off -—' "~ "" " u —— * 01 "" nf Hank Aguirre. Ken Berry's two- run triple and a sacrifice fly gave Chicago three runs in the second inning. A walk to John Romano and a double by Pete Ward gave the White Sox their fourth run in the third. Pena gave up a leadoff single to Berry in the fourth, then retired ten consecutive batters before Romano' singled to open the eighth. Ron Hansen also singled after Pena-had struck out Bill Skowron and Ward to run his total to whatever to the charges, telling the jury Miss Ayres came to his motel room uninvited the night of June 19 and refused to leave. He said he finally left at 5 a.m. and went to play golf. Both Browns President Art Modell and Coach Blanton Collier expressed confidence in Brown. Modell said he had talked to Brown June 21 and never "had the slightest doubt of his complete innocence." Collipr said he was "gratified that the jury found to be true what we all felt from the beginning." Ashland and Superior will tangle in the championship game today at 2 p.m. at Superior. Mercer-Flambeau (Superior National* AB R H, AB R H Wegncr :i 0 2'Schnell 4 :i :( St. Germain 3 n O.Flagstad 200 Thompson I 0 0 Berg 110 Warnier 2 0 O'Ludvlgsen 410 Thomas n 0 0!J. Peterson 322 Armstrong 3 0 OIS. Peterson 100 Bart 2 0 O'Grasken 421! Davidson 1 1 0 Dumphy 210 Deverney 1 1 llstalvig 1 1 1 White 2 0 O'Hendry 3 0 1 Rhonke 200 Hennessey 111 Anderson 200 jFudalcy 111 Totals 20 2 3| Totals 31 13 12 Mercer-Flambeau Fighters Cop League Title STANDINGS W Fighters 12 Angels 10 Hustlers 8 Red Raiders 8 In other American League i ahead to stay 2-1 in the seventh ; d ' finals in all fliRhts wi n fo i- ans clue to report Sunday, Aug. I games, Baltimore edged Min-1 on singles by Vada Pinson, Rob- low Qn Saturday , Aug .7. 1 and move into full scale drills | nesota 3-2, Cleveland defeated, mson and Deron Johnson. Twentv-two clubs in the Up- i the following day. i New York 5-2. Detroit nipped : Friend, now 5-7, was touched Peninsula and in Ashland, ; Chicago 6-5 and Washington ° n }L f °L a ^ l '°^J^ l ^L P°"! Wis.. and eight. Smoky Burgess, who Brown is married and the fa- needs just one pinch-hit to set a major league record, sent a 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 3 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 12 long fly to right which went foul before popping up to Wert. "I know Burgess is a one swing hitter," Pena explained. "He must have been watching me because he hit a good low fork ball. I got him on a fast ball going away." Demeter hit his home run in the second inning and Freehan got his to cap a three-run Tiger sixth. A double by Willie Horton and a singe by Dick McAuiffe produced the first run of the inning. CHICAGO AB R H RBI Buford 2b 4 Robinson rf 5 Romano c 2 Weis pr 0 Martin c 0 Skowror Ib 4 Ward 3b 4 Hanseri ss 4 Nicholson If 2 Burgess ph l Berry cf 4 Buzha'-c't p 1 Locker p 1 McGra-.v If 2 0 0 0 Totals 34 5 8 5 DETROIT AB R II RBI Wert Sb 5 Lumpe 2b 4 Cash ib 3 Kaline cr 4 Horton If 4 McAuliffe ss 4 Demeter rf 4 Freehai c' 3 Aguirre p i Pena p 3 Totals 35 6 13 6 Chicago Detroit ther of three. The liu-y deliberated only 80 minutes before returning its verdict in Judge Blanche Kru- panskys court. Gary Arnosk. jury foreman, said the main point of contention "in; our minds was when and how Brenda Ayres received the injuries.' Conflicting testimony came from a friend, Miss Paula White, who said she saw Mis Ayres step out of a bathtub 12 hours after the alleged beating and saw no marks on her body Miss White also testified tha Brenda talked to her June 2: about the possibility of getting money from Brown. Miss Ayres denied talking to Miss White that day. Superior 020 000— 2 104 08x — 13 Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lions Hawks Bombers Twins L 2 4 6 6 7 8 10 13 i trimmed Kansas City 5-3. Cardinal's three - run homer c-limaxed a four-run rally in the fourth inning that sent Boston's Jim J>-horg to his llth loss. Jim the and for 11 Broo Landrum in the fourth inning on which shortstop Gene Alley was unable to make a play. Friend; matched the Cubs' hit total with Sault Ste. M a r i e. <;prnnrl irminsr Ontario, are affiliated with the, U. P. Golf Association, and all; ot their members have been 1 enter the tour- i i ..... - ...... — - w t « vear and the last 75 at also homered fori™ ™ a vear and tlie last ' 5 at his first n ° tlfiecl tnev nament 'the deadline is Friday. while Dalton Jones, -"etrocelli connected Sox. ers for the hit Pirates and The Fighters have taken the Ironwood Farm Baseb all! Eight-inning home runs by Bob League title with a 12-2 record, j Allison and Earl Battey had giv- The Fighter's last regular game en Minnesota a^2-2 tie. will be played Monday morning, °"° "" and then they will meet the league All-Stars on Thursd a y, July 29. .)uly 30i by registering with the pro at their local club. H o w- Donn iever, they need not pay entry Clpndenon one fees —the price of a smorgas- Aobinson's bases-load- j The Giants wraDDed it no in °ord d i n n er Aug. 5 is i n ed single in the ninth inning th e efl Stlnn^KaBalnst the : eluded -until they sign in at drove in Luis Aparicio with the Braves as Willie McCovey hit ait-he Marquette club's pro shop run that carried Baltimore past t ^ n and Je Alou i prior to their qualifying round Minnesota. Robinson's hit sailed connected for a solo shot! the first day. drawn-m Twins' outfield. against Ken Johnson, 10-5. The! Club pros also have been Giants collected only two more! asked to submit the names of hits. i members who will represent 10! their club in the five-man team Carlson's Tops League Ranks STANDINGS W Carlson's 3 KC '2 Standard Oil 2 Safeway 2 Smeeth's 1 American League Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland . Detroit. .. Chicago New York Los Angeles 45 W. L. 59 35 55 38 39 39 40 49 50 53 51 51 47 Washingt'n Boston .. Kansas City 40 33 29 55 59 59 Pet. G.B. .628 — .591 .576 .587 .560 .490 .474 .421 .359 .330 3Vi 5 6 6Vi 13 Cleveland's Duke Sims drove in three runs with a homer and a single against New York. His batterymate, pitcher Luis Tiant, The standings in the league re- i added his second major league main the same except for the home run off Jim Bouton, now deadlock for third place, where the Hustlers and the Red Raiders have 8-6 records. Winding up this week's play in the league, the Red Raiders defeated the Twins 10-5 in the first game and the Bomb e rs nipped the Hawks 4-3 in the sec- 4-11. Detroit outlasted Chicago on two-run homers by Don Defe- ter and BUI Freehan and a bases-empty blast by Don Wert. Relief pitcher Orlando Pena stopped the White Sox on four hits in the last 6 1-3 innings, the Aurora C&M Oil Co. and Bingo's Jr. Chamber I, 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 Ron Herbel surrendered age. Carlson's Super Market cones to dominate the standings : obtained a large number o f 'in the second half of actionlof Besides an award f o r the Ironwood Slow-Pitch Softball Milwaukee hits, but only Eddie: event. Mathews' homer did any dam-! The committee in charge has The Mets won in the 10th on ! prizes. _ — singles by Ed Kranepool, Chuck the qualifying play medalist and League , Hiller and John Stephenson. a trophy for the champion, Carlson s has the league son y That gave the victory to Jack; prizes will go to the winner, i Perfect record with a 3-0 tally Fisher, who brought his record I runner-up, consolation w inner but '• 1S closely followed by a and runner-up and to winners of trio of teams Knights o: Colum- 19V'a 25 27 1 Toronto Maple Leafs ! Edge Toledo by 2-1 i TORONTO (AP)—-Jerry Her- I ron pitched a five-hitter to lead I the Toronto Maple Leafs to a I 2-1 victory over the Toledo Mud ; Hens in an International League i 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 at Washington, 2 New York at Cleveland, 2 Chicago at Detroit, 2 Monday's Games Los Angeles at Boston, N Minnesota at Baltimore, N Only games scheduled ond game of a doublehead e r las t hit being Don Buford's ° i •nln+'l'i 4-*-mi*in< Vtsit-v-t n «* played Friday morning. The Twins kept in the running, edging the Raiders 6-5 until the third inning when relief hurler ninth-inning homer. Ken Hamlin's two-run double with two out in the seventh inning was the winning margin G. Mariani retired the T w i n s £* Washington over Kansas on strikeouts. In the bottom of i cltv - Hamlin also doubled in the the third, the Raiders th e n first innin & and scored as Dick to 7-11 with a five-hitter. The game had been tied since 1 the semi-final losing pair the fourth inning when Jim; each flight. Hickman hit a solo homer for < if the entry list is large the Mets. Superior School Appoints Coach enough, plans have been made men said. scored four more runs, clinching 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 belted a double and P. Rob e r t s Ken singled. Crowds Want Boros to Win HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — There's no longer any doubt about it The crowds that have slammed a triple for the Twins, i been coming to the Insurance SUPERIOR — Mike Tucker has been named head football coach at Superior Cathedral Hie-h SHinnl for the Sol vear bcnooi yeai. in bus, Standard Oil and Safeway Movers, all with 2-1 records. and Aurora are fifth place with 1-2 rrslt^p'eight-m^n^^ompetT- records while C&M Oil Co. and live brackets for all flights fol- Bingo s and Junior Chamber : lowing the championship a n d' f 1 ^ 1 " ° ut ,/ 1 ? rn "* le t gUC S CCl ' ! first flights, committee spokes- i lai '' b ° th wl "? °' 2 ™ arks - „ . t ! Next week s action will pit Smeeth's against Junior Chamber in Monday's first game and Carlson's will tangle with Aurora in the nightcap at Randa Field. Wednesday evening Safe-way and Standard will -battle in the opener, and in the second contest the Knights of Columbus Nome Edges Wakefield The Norrie Junior =inrt bou com i n e ^ T, ,. . cones com J n g ; ball Team, with assistance from wi n mePt c& M Oil Co. and Bin- four members of others teams Tucker will take over t h e in tne lea gue, edged out a 10-9 football coaching duties fro m , victory over a wakefield girls Steve Bachand, who will re-; unit ln a thrilling contest played go's. main at the school as athletic j at Ran * a Friday evening. . director and head coach in bas-i Non ., p had a 9 . 3 aclvant a g e 1 LOB—Chicago 6, Detroit 7. 2B—Ward, McAuliffe, Lumpe, Hortor.. 3B—Berry. HR—Buford (7), Demeter (8), Freehan (6)), Wert (5 SF—Buford. IP B'zharrit 2 2-3 3 1-3 1 1 2 1-3 62-3 Locker Fisher WU'elm 0 ; Aguirre 0 Pena II 5 4 2 1 4 4 R ER BB SO 2222 3302 0 2 W —Pena (2-6. L — Locker 031 000 001—5 (4-2). 020 003 lOx—6 HBP-P.y Aguirre (Romano) E - Fisher. DP — Chicago 2. T-2:48 A—25,058. National League Los Angeles Cincinnati .. Milwaukee . San Fran. .. Phila'phia Pittsburgh St. Louis .. Chicago ... Houston ... New York W. L. 57 41 54 41 51 50 41 41 47 48 47 44 42 31 46 48 48 52 50 63 Pet. G.B. .582 — .468 l'/a .554 3 .549 3'/i! .505 .500 .495 .458 .457 .330 7'/2 8 81,2 12 12 24 The first inning in the second game was the big one for the Bombers as they scored a 11 City Open golf tournament want Connecticut's Julius Boros to win and end 13 years of frustra- their runs, sparked by a homer tion for him and them. by K. Evanstad. It's been quite a romance be- The Hawks were held scoreless j tween the 45-year-old Boros and until the third inning when the, the Boros Brigade, which once Hawks scored three runs to!again hopes that this is the ketball and baseball. entering the last half of the sev- Stock Racing Time Changed Tucker was graduated from; enth inning and tne Wake field Cathedral in 1959 after winning : sqU ad came up with a burst of The Hiawatha Racing Associ- three letters in football. In 1963 ' six runs to knoi t i ie tally i alion has announced that the he was graduated from Superior j In the e jg n tri inning Norrie Sunday night stock car rac e s, State University with a major , re tired the Wakefield batters in >• neld at tn e association's race in history and a minor in phy- 1 order and came up to tne plate j track at the Gogebic County ..,_., _., — ..,_.. Fairgrounds here, will start at sical education. i and with runners on third and close in on the Bombers' tally. But K. Evanstad came through to retire the Hawks on strikeouts in the last inning. The winning pitcher was Evanstad with 12 strikeouts and For the past several years he; second bases> Jean oja sent a year. Probably nobody has wanted to win the 72-hole, $70,000 ICO. which passed the halfway mark Friday, more than big Jay. What has the Boros rooters i has assisted Bachand with the '• S i ng i e In t 0 left field to send coaching duties at Cathed r a 1.1 nome t)ie wlnnlg tally . During the coming year Tucker 1 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 BOYER FUEL OIL IM-4iui Ironwood Friday's Results St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 3, 12 innings San Fran. 5, Milwaukee 1 Cincinnati 9, Houston 1 New York 3, Philadelphia 2, 10 innings Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 0 Today's Games St. Louis »t Los Angeles, N Pittsburgh at Chicago Philadelphia at New York Milwaukee at San Francisco Cincinnati at Houston, day- night Sunday's Gamci Pittsburgh at Chicago, 2. Philadelphia at N«w 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 the losing pitcher was M. Skaja, : excitef is that he has moved striking out seven. Hitting for the Hawks were Skaja with a triple and Dan Baker slammed a double. Following is the league schedule for next week: July 26 Angels vs Twins Fighters vs Lions July 27 Red Raiders vs Bombers Hawks vs Hustlers July 38 Hustlers vs Red Raiders Twins vs Bombers July 29 Fighters vs League All-Stars will teach history and physical education classes in addition to handling the football team. Cathedal will he a new mem- Joan Semo had a homer for Norrie and Sibley had a triple and a pair of singles for the los- 6 p.m. tomorrow night, instead of the usual 7 p.m. Association spokesmen stated that the time trails will get under way at 4:30 and the actual races will begin at 6. within four strokes of the leader! ber Ol the Michigan-Wisconsin • lng for wakefield was Jill Gerand is in top form. ' Conference this year, replacing, oux . The sentimental favorite shot | Superior East which now has a five under - par 66 Friday, • been consolidated with Superior equalled by only two others, for • Central in one school. LL Tournament i | Finals Today WAKEFIELD — Final games of the District 10 Little L e ague Area Tournament will be (AP) — U.S. played this afternoon at E d d y Bob Gcalby, the first day lead- open champion Gary Player I Park Field here, er, was two shots off the pace at took a commanding lO-stroke i Bessemer and the Lake of the a 36-hole total of 137. The leader is Dave Hill ofi Jackson, Mich., whose 66, pre-j ceded by a first round 67, gives him a nine-under-par 1233. Dave Marr, with successive 67s, was one stroke behind Hill. Player Leads By W Strokes ers. On the mound for Norr i e I Due to the mountain enthusi- was Christine Turunen and hurl-1 r»sm in the sport, more and more cars are entering the Sunday night races. Therefore, this week will mark the first time this season that there will be seven, instead of the usual six, rac e s, making for a more smoothly run program, concluded spokesmen. WASHINGTON the 6,568-yard, par-71 Wethersfield Country Club course. Golf Tourney Slated Today A two-ball foursome gplf tournament will begin at 4 p.m. today at the Gogebic Country Club Motor League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Bob Friend, Pirates, allowed only one hit, an Infield single by Don Landrum in the fourth inning, as Pittsburgh whipped the Chicago Cubs 6-0 BATTING — Jose Cardenal, Angeis eluding Los Angeles' 7-3 victory over call the club for reservatl o n s I man field at 148 after a 76, Fri- Jead into the third round of the j clouds team of Ontonagon will S50.000 .National Challenge Golf! clash in the consolation game at Match today. (1:30 and then Ironwood and Player shot an eight-under- 1 wakeifeld will square off in par 63 Friday for 36-hole total of'. the championship battle at 4. 132. Amateur Deane Beman ofj The winner of the Ironw o o d- Belhesda, Md,, was second withi Wakefield game will advance to 142, followed by Arnold Palmer the district tournament to be and U.S. Amateur champion Bill- Campbell of Huntlngton, W.Va., at 143. Fourteen holes will be "played I Masters champion Jack Nl- played next week at Iron Mountain. Ironwood and Wakefield qualified for the title game by win- slammed four hits, in- a three-run homer, in Boston. after which awards will be given chols, who admitted he was | ning the tourney's opening con- and a lunch served. tired after a solid week of exhi- '• tests Thursday. Jronw o o d Persons interested sho u 1 dj bitlbns, was fifth in the six- downed the Ontonafbn club 7-3 and Wakefield nlpjfed Bessemer 1-0. lor golf and the lunch. I day. Time to "liven" up your car's engine for the safe, smooth driving performance, lower gas costs you want. Timing, plugs, carburetor, points adjusted for efficient economical operation. 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