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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 26,1965. Ironwood Wins Little League Tournament at Wakefield Tigers, White Sox Hit 12 Home Runs in Splitting Doubleheader Local All-Stars Beat Wakefield 8-4 in Finale WAKEFIELD — Two big three-run innings, the fourth and tilth frames, propelled the Ironwood Little League All Stars to an 8-4 District 10 area tourn a - ment victory over the Wakefield Little League All Stars at the Eddy Park Field here Saturd a y afternoon. A large crowd saw the area champions overcome an early 32 Wakefield lead to earn a trip to the district tournament to be staged at Iron Mountain later this week. The Bessemer Little League All Stars overcame an early Lake of the Clouds adventage to defeat the Ontonagon County Little League All Star aggregati o n 4-3 in the afternoon's consolation game. Ironwood and Wakefield had earned the right to battle in the championship game when they scored victories over Lake of the Clouds and Bessemer, respectively, Thursday afternoon Ironwood defeated the Onton agon County team 7-3, while Wakefield nipped Bessemer 1-0, scoring a run in the final frame, behind the no-hit no-run pitching of Bob Bruno. The area champions jumped into an early 2-0 lead, scor i n g single tallies in the first two innings on a pair of singles in each frame. Larry Passint, Ironwood's hitting star of the contest, and Jim Lutey each got singles in the opening inni n g, with Passint crossing the plate with the game's first score. Passint and Jim Cisewski garnered singles in the second inning, with Cisewski giving Ironwood a 2-0 advantage. Wakefield came back in the bottom half of the second stanza to score three times on a single, three bases on balls and two Ironwood miscues. Dan Junttila, who got two of Wakefield's three i vier went the distance for the losing Ontonagon County Ail-Star By BKRMi: KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT i API - Baseball fans who still feel that the best game iy one in which a lot of home rims are hit must have been - r their glory Sunday. The Tigers and Chicago White Sox clubbed a dozen homers, two shy of the major league record, in splitting a doubleheader The White Sox scored eight runs in the sixth inning of the opener in snapping a six-game losing streak — and Detroit's five-game victory skein — 10-6. singles in the second and third frames. Bessemer and Lake of the Clouds waged a see-saw battle before a big three-run fou r t h inning decided the issue in favor of the Gogebic County seat nine. A single by Don Kangas and two Lake of Cloud errors permitted Tom Slin to score Bessemer's initial tally-in the opening inning of play. Lake of the Clouds tied the score with a tally in the second frame on a long home run by Jim O'Connell, first baseman, over the centerfield fence. Mark Ouisfredi doubled later in the inning, but failed to score. Lake of the Clouds mov e d ahead 2-1 in the third inn i n g when Jeff Jackson was safe on an error and scored later on a double by John Polich. Bessemer erupted for three big tallies in the fourth inning to take a 4-2 lead. A walk to Fred Sandquist, singles by Mike Massie, Curt Gustafson and Tom Korpi and two Lake of the Clouds errors moved Bessemer ahead for keeps. i The Tigers came back, scored! : seven times in the second in-' j ning .'IK ; won the nightcap 13-2 There were heroes aplenty for : the Tigers, who now have banged 19 homers in their last | seven games. Norm Cash had two homers in the nightcap and finished with six runs batted in for the day. Don Demeter had a pair of solo hornets in the first game and Dick McAuliffe added a homer and four RBIs in the second game. "This has been one of my real easy victories and it couldn't come against a better club." Denny McLain said after stretching his winning streak to eight jjernes, bringing his record to 9-3 McLsin was left unprotected by the White Sox in 1963 and the Tigers claimed him. Chicago decided to stick with Dave DeBusschere and Bruce Howard, wl-o was the loser in the second game. "I lave nothing against Al Lopez (Chicago manager)," McLain cautioned. "But I'm from Chicago and was a little hurt when ni-tified that I had been drafted I just like to beat the White Sox because they let me go. "As it turned out, I like Detroit and am doing pretty well now," he added McLain's success was somewhat rvershadowed by the faulty performance of Mickey Lolich, the loser in the opener. Lolich, now 10-6, was making his 22nd start and failed to finish for the 19th time. "He's got no excuse," Manager Charlie Dressen said. "They get mrre runs for him than any Burgess of White Sox Sets New Record for Pinch-Hitters DIZZY FEELING—"What a dizzy feeling" exclaimed George Mead, driver of car number 7, after he and his car did a complete cartwheel and landed back on its wheels to complete the race. The action was just a portion of the thrills that were seen by an estimated 3.500 fans Sunday night at the stock car races, sponsored by the Hiawatha Racing Association, at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds here. Mead was not hurt in the episode and he and his car came back to capture a pair of first places in later action. (Daily Globe Photo) Record Is Set as 42 Stock Cars Participate in Races Here Sunday Lake of the Clouds tallied its; of the other pitchers and can't final run of the game fourth inning on a walk in ths to Dave Stephens and a single by Mark Guisfredi. ._„_, Allan Kellett went the distance for Bessemer on the mound, striking out seven, giving up five hits and issuing two free passes to first base, while John Gra- hits in the contest, singled and scored on a passed ball. Jerry .Kpivu and Bob Bruno foil owed with runs after receiving free passes to first base. A three-run fourth inning uprising, which featured a three- run home run by Passint, returned the lead to Ironwood and they were never headed. Pass- int's home run followed a single by Norm Backon and an error on a ground ball by Bill Inch. Wakefield committed three errors in the frame. Ironwood batted around in the fifth inning to add three more runs on a double by Passint, a single by pitcher Joe Komaromy, walks to Backon and Bob Jacquart and Waiko Spetz was safe on an error. Spetz, Backon hold t-he leads. "His best game came when An estimated crowd of 3,500 fans found their way to the Gogebic County Fairgroun d s Sunday evening to witness the weekly stock car races sponsored bj the Hiawatha Racing Association. A record number of cars, 42, was entered in the evening's races which started at 5 p.m. with the time trials and the actual races got under way at 6. The greater number of cars made it necessary, for the first time, to have eight races i n - Shaw's Aim, Temper Improve As Giants Edge Braves 2-7 By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer If a little Go-Go went when Forrest Harrill Burgess came to the Chicago White Sox, they haven't missed it. In a pinch, Old Smoky gives the Sox plenty of bounce to the ounce. Burgess, paunchy. 38-year-old strongman of Al Lopez' bench, broke .he major league record for pin^h-swingers Sunday with a two-run double — the 108th pinch hit of his 16-year career — as the White Sox divided a doubleheader with Detroit. The veteran catcher's hit, which Keyed an eight-run sixth- inning rally in Chicago's 10-6 first-game victory, moved him one ahead of Red Lucas, who had 107 pinch-hits for three National League clubs from 192838. "The thing that makes Smoky a great pinch hitter is the fact that he is always swinging and gets n piece of the ball," Lopez said after the second game, which the Tigers won 13-2 with a four-homer barrage. "He's not too fussy where the ball is. He just takes his cuts." Burgess can't recall his first. pinch hit — one of 12 he stroked in 1949, his rookie year with the Chicago Cubs — but he'll have a memento of No. 108, if Cooperstown doesn't put in a claim for, (it. gave him only two days' rest I stead cf tne usual six . know what's wrong and he won't' blow nny more 4-0 leads — you can brt on that," Dressen said. He did not elaborate. Don Wert's two-out homer run triggered a three-run Detroit third inning in the opener and Demetnr's first homer upped nine. Gravier was tagged for'the Detroit margin to 4-0. and Komaromy scored the Ironwood tallies. Wakefield again six hits and three bases on balls, but he got nine Bessemer batters on strikes. Six big errors, however, proved costly for his team. Don Kangas, Bessemer shortstop was the only member of the winning team to get more than one hit, two singles, while Curt Gustafson got Bessemer's lone extra-base hit, a double in the sixth frame. John Polich and Mark Guisfredi, each got a pair of hits for the Lake of the Clouds nine. Polich ! hit successive doubles in the | first and third innings, wh i 1 e i Guisfredi doubled in the second stanza. O'Connell got the only home run of the game in the second inning for the Ontonagon team. committed"three"erroi : s" toTeadj League teams for their to its downfall. ! P lav and sportsmanship I CONSOLATION GAME Bessemer M> I Lake Of The Clouds AB R H (31 2 1 0 Jackson AB n H Rampanclli 1 Byrns Gcrblg Kangas Borscth Peterson Sandquist Svdtzcr Mussie Kellctl Edyvcan Gustafson HMcGuire (TPolich O'Guilbault O'Plutchak 2.O'Connell O'Shurkey O'Pakoncn 0 Stephens OiGuisfredi IGravicr II o 2 Totals 26 4 61 Tol.-ils Bessemer Lake Of The Clouds 24 :i 5 ion ;mo—4 on 100—3 Officials commended the Little fine dur- Wakefield threatened in thejing th e tourney. James Daniels, fifth stanza, when the first two! served as tournament manager batters walked, but two put-outs at third base erased the threat. The host team added its final tally in the sixth frame when;seiin Mike Daniels drew a base on KOI 'P' balls and scored on a Chest e r Dillon single. Tom Kostac and Joe Komaromy shared the mound duties for Ironwood, limiting Wakefi e 1 d to only three hits, but gave up seven bases on balls. Kostac got two on strikes, while Komaromy struck out four. Ironw o o d committed two errors. Ironwood batters, however, gave their moundsmen good hitting support, garnering 11 hits from the offerings of two Wakefield hurlers, Peter Mest- nik and Russ Maki. The hits were all singles, except for a home run and a double by Pas- sint, who got four hits in all, the best hitting performance of the tourney. The only other Ironwood batter to net more than one hit was Rod Tafelski, who got a pair of singles in four trips to the 'plate. Wakefield pitchers, Mestnik and Maki, while giving up 11 safeties, struck out five and issued three bases on balls, in contrast to their flawless semifinal game against Besse m e r , Wakefield committed six b i s errors in the title game. Only Dan Junttila. pepp e r y Wakefield shortsOp, was able to get to the Ironwood pitchers Ken Berry homered in the fifth for the first run off Lolich and the White Sox bombarded four pitchers in the sixth. Smoky Burgess' two-run double, giving him a record-setting 108 pinch-hHs, and John Romano's grand slam homer featured the inning. Chicago's Bill Skowron got a home mn in each game. Jerry Lumpe homered for the Tigers in the third inning and Floyd Robinson hit one for Chicago ir the fourth inning of the second game to complete the fireworks for the day. The Tigers picked up 16 hits in the nightcap with Wert, Lumpe and Cash getting three each. Detroit moves to New York for a twi-night doubleheader against the Yankees Tuesday. First Game Chicago Detroit 000 018 001—10 12 0 003 101 100— 680 (Second CHICAGO McCraw If Buford 2b Game) AB R II RBI o o i Robinson rf CHAMPIONSHIP Ironwood <8> Passint Jacquart Lutey Tafelski Butson Spot/. Backon Cisewski 1 Inch 2 Pachmayer 1 Kostac 1 Komaromy 2 GAMF. \Vnkrflrld (I) AB R Jl AB H II 4 2 4 Alio 1 3 0 0 Wicnandt 1 .1 0 i: Dillon 3 4 n 2<scppii 3 4 0 o'Bruncllc 1 4 1 i:iU;iki 3 3 2 1 Nlcmi 2 1 1 l:Alionen 0 2 1 O'.Junltila 3 0 OIKoivu 2 0 Ol Bruno 2 1 1'Mcstnik 2 {Daniels 0 4 4 3 4 4 3 3 2 1 0 1 2 31 Totals 32 8 li: Totals 23 4 3 Ironwood ....... 100 330—8 Wakefield . 030 001—4 Umpires: Rueben Maki. Waknfield; Jim Ippolite, Bessemer; HJalmer Carlson, Ironwood; and Donald Luoma, Wakefield. Albert Leads Golf Standings Ward Skowron Ib Hansen ss . Martin c ... Berry cf . Nicholson cf Howard p .. Hicks ih ... Peters p ... Totals DETROIT Wert 3b ... Lumpe 2b 3 Oylei- 2b 2 Cash ib 5 Horton If 2 Brown If 1 McAuliffe ss 4 Demeter cf 5 Northrup rf 5 o o l o l o o o o o 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 AB R II RBI 5330 233 0 0 Sullivan c McLain p Totals Chicago Detroit 3 . 4 39 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 13 3 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 16 4| 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 12 Three cars lapped the track in an identical time of 9 seconds to share a three-way split in the time trials' purse. They were, car 2, driven by Matt R a h k o; car 35. driven by Jerry Plummer and Car 4, driven by Bob Bergquist. * * * The following are the results of all the evening's eight races, the number of the car and its driver In that race: First; race — Winner, Cal Hanson, cat 701; second place, Bob Broman, car 8; third place, Pete Leitzer, car 17; fourth place, driver unknown, car 36. Second race — Winner, Bob Mattson, car 3; second race, Don Singleton, car B-2; third place, Bill Bretall, car 22; fourth place, Dutch Vukelich, car 20. Third race —Winner, Jerry Plummer, car 35, second place, Jerry Corda, car 11; third place Harold Lindstrom, car 1000; fourth place, Matt Rahko, car 2. Fourth race —Winner, Bob Larson, car 69; second place, Moon Sain, car 12V.>; third place, Gene Milewski, car 111; fourth place, Roger Londo, car 88. * * * Fifth race — Winner, Harolc Lindstrom, car 1000; second place, Jerry Corda, car 11; third place, Jerry Plummer, car 35, fourth place, Bob Mattson, car 3. Sixth race —Winner, George Mead, car 7; second place, Bob Bergquist, car 4; third place, Bernie Derizzo, car 77; fourth place Dick Mahu, car »/ 2 . S e m i-feature — Wi n n e r , George Mead, car 7; se c o n d place. Dick Mahu, car '/a; third place. Dean Carli, car 7%; fourth place, Jim Ransanici, car ll. Feature race — Winner, Jerry Plummer, car 35, second place, Matt Rahko, car 2, third place, Bob Mattson, car 3; fourth place Dutch Vukevich, car 20 The next race of the season will be held next Sunday with the time trials starting at 5 p.m. and the races getting under way at 6. By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Bob Shaw's aim is improving. So is hi? temper. The San Francisco pitcher, starting for the second straight day, picked up his 10th victory Sunday as the Giants edged Mil- wauke^ 2-1 for their third consecutive triumph. But the day before, it appeared that Shaw might lose his seventh game on just three pitches. The third pitch hit leadoff batter Felipe Alou and bounced Shaw out of the game. The 32-year-old right-hander was asked to leave when he told umpire Bill Jackowskl what he thought of the call on Alou. Shaw contended rather vehemently that the ball hit the bat before it hit the batter. Once Shaw had departed, the Braves scored a run in the inning ard held the lead until the Giants scored in the fifth, taking Shaw off the hook. Less than 24 hours later, Shaw tried o get back on it. He started again — and again hit leadoff batter Alou with a pitch. But this time it took him only two pitches to zero in, and he was satisfied with his bullseye. He didn't even bring up the point for discussion. Instead, he retired the Braves in the inning and allowed them only one run and no hit batters in the next seven. Elsewhere in the National League, first-place Los Angeles held on to its one-game lead by defeating St. Louis 5-1, Chicago stopped Pittsburgh 5-0 after losing 3-2 in 13 innings, Cincinnat trimmed Houston 3-1 and New York whipped Philadelphia 8-1 before bowing 3-1. Rookies Jim Lefebvre and Jeff rorborg provided the big punch for the Dodgers, each stroking a two-run single in a ive-run, fifth-inning explosion. Bill Faul pitched a three-hitter in the Cubs' second-game victory and figured in his second triple play in 12 days. He got Pittsburgh's Roberto Clemente to line into it in the fourth inning. The Cubs pulled a riple play against Milwaukee ! July 14 with Faul on the mound The Pirates won the opener on Del Crandall's two-out homer off Lindy McDaniel in the 13th. Verncfi Law, Pittsburgh's seventh pitcher, gained his llth victory. He won his 10th with a seven-inning performance Saturday. Reliever Bill McCool rescued starter John Tsitouris from a bases-loaded jam in the eighth inning and saved the triumph for Cincinnati. Leo Cardenas doubled home two Red runs in the ninth. Ruben Amaro's two-out error on Galen Cisco's grounder helped New York to four unearned runs in the second inning 010 100 000— 2 173 020 OOx—13 The Albert team climbed back for more than one hit, hitting two; into first place in the Women's Twilight Golf League at the Go- Hn warfl getaic Country Club. Last week's action marked the end of the first half of play, Holding down second place in the standings is the Bak s i c .squad followed by Mukavitz and Roberts. Wednesday's pairings are: KoberU E—None. DP—Detroit 1. LOB I —Chicago 3, Detroit 10. 2B — Skowron, Wert. HR — Skowron (13), Robinson <9), Cash d. (12) McAuliffe (12), Lumpe (3. SF—McLain. RADIATORS CLEANED REPAIRED RECORED •A-SKELLY PRODUCTS •^BATTERY SERVICE SERVICE SYL. PAWLAK DUI 932-3722 Lpwell at Pine Si., Ironwood DOYLE IP 2 1 5 H 8 3 5 5 BollO Peters McLain W—McLain (9-3). (4-6i. HBP-By Bollo (Wert). Martin. T—2:17. A—36,799. EH BB SO 820 300 248 248 i— Howard Hiilsdale Linebacker Is Cut by Vikings B E M I D J I, Minn. (API— j Rookie linebacker Gary Tinkle I of Hiilsdale (Mich.) College was I trimmed from the Minnesota) Vikings football squad Saturday. The National Football League club is training here. PB— M. L. Roberts s. HuntH K Lindbi'rg A. rVBvrlci K, Sumim .... Aluknvitz H. Charnblerluiu M. Mukavlfi M. Gentile L. AllK-it M. Wllilr l*»k»li- Albert 1. Bbkah 1 M. Fox L. Seppluu O. Albert M. Joseplison D. He L. Pegoraro A. Wyzlic K. Trappg M. Krizmanich : Sam Snead and Jack Nicklaus began the final round of the U.S. Open tied with 223. Playing in the 19th twosome the final round, i Snead shot 74, Nicklaus 76. Norrie Wins Without Aid of Other Players The Norrie team of the Ironwood Junior Miss S o f tball League was not assisted b y players from other league teams in its win over a Wake field team Jast week. Due to a misunderstanding, it was incorrectly reported that the Norrie team was assisted by four players from owier teams in the league. Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO—Kiyoshi Toyoshima, 134, Japan, outpointed S u g a t Cane Carreon, ISO 1 /!, Philippines, 10. Slowpitch Softball Tournament AuguM 14, 15, 21, 22 . Bruce Crafting, Michigan FIRST PRIZM 100.00 AH entry fees ($10) must b« in along with a 15-man rosier, 21 and over (One Man/One Team) by Aug. 5th. Mail entries to Ed Saaranen, Bruce Crossing. Please give return address so we may mail you tournament rules. "I've go' X marked on the ball I hit for the record," he of the opener. Billy Cowan tripled home two of the runs and scored as Roy McMillan singled. Philadelphia came back in the said. "The people at the Hall of Fame can have it. or the one I hit to tie the record against the Yankees (a two-run single last Wednesday night.)" While Chicago and Detroit were splitting their twin bill, the Minnesota Twins, paced by Tony Oliva and Zollo Versalles, came from four runs behind and whipped Baltimore 8-5, stretching their American League lead over the second-place Orioles to 3Vi games. Cleveland and New York split a doubleheader, the Indians taking the r.ightcap 7-4 behind the hitting of Fred Whitfield after the Yankees won 3-0 on Mel Stottlemyre's four-hitter. Washington beat Kansas City 4-3 in the first of a pair on a bases- loaded walk in the ninth but dropped the second game 8-3. Boston edged Los Angeles 5-4 In a single game. The Twins struck for four runs in the eighth, three on Oll- va's 17t)i homer, to tie Baltimore, then won it in the ninth on Versalles' two-run triple and Oliva's sacrifice fly. Rookie John Miller checked Minnesota on two hits, one a homer by Jimmie Hall, until the eighth- inning uprising. Brooks Robinson homered for the Orioles. Whitfield rapped four hits, including a three-run homer, in the Indians' second-game victory over the Yankees before 56,634, the largest Cleveland crowd since June 17, 1962. Whitfleld'i homer was his fifth against New York pitching this season. Stottlemyre breezed to his llth victory in the first game, Joe Pppftone and Tom Tresb Chuck Killer's two-out error for two runs in the sixth. Bobby Wine scored , as Killer booted Cookie Rojas' grounder, and Ken Harrelson lashed a pinch- hit double in the seventh inning and scored the go-ahead run for Kansas City in the nightcap at Dick Stuarf eventual.; singleS | Washington,Jhen jad^da ninth- in Rojas with the deciding run. Hank Is Out For Revenge NEW ORLEANS (API — Henry Hank of Detroit, Mich., will be out to avenge an earlier setback by Bob Foster of Washing- ] inning homer. Pitcher John 1 O'Donoghue's homer helped the i A's build a 3-0 lead before the I Senators tied it on Ken Hamlin's ! two-run double and a homer by ton, D.C., when they meet here tonight in a 12-round light- heavyweight contest. The fifth-rated Foster stopped Hank last December in the 10th round. It was the only time in his career that the sixth-ranked Hank was knocked out. Hank, 30. has a 57-20-4 record for 12 years. Foster, 26, 20-3 record. Don Lock. 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