Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 26, 1965 · Page 17
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MONDAY, JULY 26, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SEVEN White Birch Stays on Top STANDINGS White Birch Fiorl's Beverage Okltimers . .. Cramblit'u Last East Young Cossi's Bar Poor Joe's \V 9 . 8 . 7 . 7 . 4 . 4 . 3 Anvil Tavern 2 L 2 3 4 4 7 7 8 9 The White Birch Wildcats /remain on top of the standings in the Befsemer Slowpltch Softball League with a 9-2 record, after winning .their last three games. Fiori's remains in the running with an 8-3 record to stay in the second spot. In Fiori's game played last week, against the Last East Young, the Young held a 9-0 lead until the fifth stanza. Then Fiori's. coming out of a daze, started a rally' through the rest of the game and i went nn to win 15-10. ! Crambllt's Bar and the Old-| timers are now in a tie for third place with 7-4 records, while Last East Young and C o s s i's Bar an.- tied for fourth place. Poor Joe's remains in sev- snth plfce with the Anvil Tavern staying in the cellar with I 2-9 tnlly. Other games played in last week's p c 11 o n included the White Birch defeating Poor Joe's 28-7, the Oldtimers down- Ing Anvil 14-8 and Cramblit's edging Cossi's Bar 10-9. In lehgue action this week on Thursday evening, Anvil w i 11 meet Fiori's at Anvil, Last East! Young will take on the Old- timer? at Erwin, Cramblit's faces Poor Joe's at Underwood and the White Birch will tangle with Cossi's at Yale. Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota . 60 36 .625 — Baltimore .. 56 39 .589 SVa Cleveland .. 55 40 .579 4'/2 Detroit . . . . 53 40 .570 5V'a Chicago 52 42 .553 7 New York . 48 51 .485 IS'/a Los Angeles 45 52 .464 15'/i Washlrgt'n 42 56 .429 19 Boston 35 59 .372 24 Kansas City 30 61 .330 27'/ 2 Saturday's Results Detroit 7, Chicago 4 Washington 9, Kansas City 2 Boston 8, Los Angeles 5 Cleveland 3, New York 0 Baltimore 3, Minnesota 1 Sunday's Results Minnesota 8, Baltimore 5 Boston 5, Los Angeles 4 New York 3-4, Cleveland 0-7 Chicago 10-2, Detroit 6-13 Washington 4-3, Kan. City 3-5 Today's Games Los Angeles at Boston, N Minnesota at Baltimore, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Chicago at Cleveland, N Los Angeles at Baltimore. N Minnesota at Washington 2, twi-nlght Detroit at New York, 2, twi- night Kansas- City at Boston, 2, twi- night National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 58 42 34 Report to Lions Tuesday BLOOMFIELD HILLS (AP)— Twenty-six rookies and eight veterpns are expected to report for first football drills this season in the Detroit Lions' train- Ing headquarters at Cranbrook Schoo ; . New coach Harry Gilmer has directed the players to meet at the Lions' office tomorrow. They will leave for Cranbrook the same day and will undergo medical checkups Wednesday. Gilmer will get his first look at the players in workouts on Thursday. Other veterans will report Sunday Aug. 1 and will start their drills the next day. Gilmer and his staff have set up a two-drllls-a-day schedule with a scrimmage session scheduled for Saturday to wind up "rookie week." .580 — Cincinnati .. 56 42 .571 1 San Fran. 52 41 .559 ZVz Milwaukee 51 43 .543 4 Phila'phia .49 47 .510 7 50 49 .505 7>/a 48 49 .495 8Va 45 54 .455 12V'a Houston . 43 52 ".453 \1V-i New York 32 65 .330 24Vi Saturday's Results Philadelphia 5, New York 1 Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 5 San Fran. 4, Milwaukee 2 Houston 4-0, Cincinnati 2-2 St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 3, Houston 1 Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 1 San Francisco 2, Milwaukee 1 New York 8-1, Philadelphia 1-3 Pittsburgh 3-0, Chicago 2-5, 1st game 13 innings . Today's Games S.t. Louis at San Francisco Milwaukee at Houston, N Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled ^uesday's Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 2 twi-night Milwaukee at Houston, N Clncim.ati at Los Angeles, N St. Louis at San Francisco, N New York at Chicago Dieting Casper Wins Golf Title By LOU BLACK Associated Press Sports Writer HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — What's with professional golfer Billy Casper and his diet? Since April he has trimmed his weight from 220 pounds to 175 and his waistline from 40 inche.s to 34. He says he never felt better in his life. You have to believe that because the slimmer he has been getting, the more PGA tournaments he has been winning, the latest being his second Insurance City Open victory in three years. In blistering heat, the 34-year- old Casper rolled in a 20-foot birdie putt to beat 29-year-old Johnny Pott on the first extra hole in a sudden death playoff for the ICO title Sunday. It was worth $11,000 to him and $6,200 to Pott They had tied after regulation 72-hole play with 274, 10-under- par at the 6.568-yard Wethersfield Country Club course. To get a crack at the top money, Billy had to make up three strokes on Pott during the final 18 holes over the par 71 layout. Ironically, Casper nearly had to quit during the first round because of intestinal flu. He survived with a 70 and took a 72 the next day when he felt slightly improved. He finished with back-to-back 66s. For the dieting Casper, the ICO was his third PGA victory of the season, and the $11,000 which brought his season's official earnings to $53,808, extended his streak of finishing in the money to 43 tournaments, the longest of any active player. Berry's World Stengel Breaks Gypsy Leads in His Hip in Fall By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK <AP) — Casey Stengel, perhaps the most colorful of all baseball's storied characters and a legend in his own time, lay in a hospital bed today, rigid in traction and wracked with pain, awaiting surgery on a fractured left hip "At nis age, any such surgery has to be considered serious," Dr. Peter La Motte said of the fabled Ol 1 Perfesser, field boss and guiding spirit of the New York Mets, one-time leader of the Yankees and for 55 years a baseball figure. Dr. La Motte. Met team physician, said Stengel suffered a displaced fracture of the left hip when ne fell stepping out of a car e?i'ly Sunday, on the eve of his 75lh birthday celebration scheduled between games of a Met dcubleheader at Shea Stadi- en-foot waves Sunday pounded boats and equipment, and tht mandatory safety belts were in full use, officials said. The Coast Guard reported 14 of the 164 competitors were forced out of the race by rough weather. Mackinac Race MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. <AP) — The sloop Gypsy, four- time winner of the Port Huron, Mich., to Mackinac race, was leading the field today in the 41st running of the Great Lakes yachting classic. The 54-foot; _„_„____„ ,._. ... Fioop, owned by Charles Koto-! BRIDGEPORT (API - A 24- vec of Milwaukee, had less than, year-old Jlint^dentist js_the 100 miles to go when it was last Flint Dentist Wins Publinx reported off Middle Island Light House. The 52-foot yawl Inishfree was running second. Close behind were three other Class A boats, the sloop Winsome, owned by Carter Sales and Skip Grow of Port Huron; champion of the Michigan Pub- linx Golf Tournament. Dr. Wayne Kramer downed Bob Przybylek of Muskegon. 3 and 2 in the championship match Saturday in a grueling duel tr 90-degree weather on the tight 6,312-yard course. Przybylek, 34, a paper mill the sloop Namis, owned by P. A. finisher, shot a par-36 on the Watson of the Chicago Yacht \ first nine to lead 1-up. Kramer pulled even on the 13th a; •) shot par on the next three holes for the title. 'You certainly got some lovely shots ot our planet, too!" Challenge Match Won By Player Mafor League =Leaders ~ WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. Open champion Gary Player, who said he just couldn't get going in the final round, emerged as an 11-stroke victor in the four-day National Challenge golf match. Player took the $20,000 first prize as he rounded out a 72- hole tot?) of 269 at nearby Lakewood Country Club Sunday. Going into the final Player was leading round U.S. Caldwell Asks To Be Traded PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) —After _._ i . one season with the Detroit ] 73, his worst score of the four Club, and the cutter Kahili, owned by F. W. Zurn of the Erie Yacht Club. Following close behind in a: group were the boats Tamara, I r j U/ ftr kpr Heritage, Ramahaja, Querida,' rora vvorKer amateur champion Bill Campbell of Huntington, W.Va., by 16 strokes He (shot a two over par Ernie Krombolz, a javelin thrower from Newton Square, Pa., and Bill Reilly, distance runner from Oceanport, N. J. will co-captain Penn. State's [track team next year. Pistons, Joe Caldwell wants to be traded to some other team. He says he can't get along with player-coach Dave DeBusschere. Caldwell, former Arizona State basketball star, said he had been criticizpc 1 unfairly publicly by DeBusschere though never to himself. ,--, "He claimed he made me shave off my goatee but he hadn't said one word to me about it," Caldwell added. Executive manager Don Wat- trick of the National Basketball Association club expressed surprise i«- Detroit, wattrick said he knew of no such statements by DeBusschere. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS POTATOES 10 * 79 U.S. No. Vs rounds, but still won running away. Meanwhile, Jack Nicklaus, with his second straight 66, squeaked into second place with a four-day total of 280. If there were any doubts that Player was falling off, they were dispelled by Nicklaus, however. "I'll tell you this," said Nicklaus, "The way Gary played this week, he'd have beaten anybody by 10 shots." Nicklaus nosed out Arnold Palmer by one stroke. Palmer shot 6F Sunday for a total of 281, and placed the three top spots in the hands of the three pros. Leading the three amateurs in the match, and finishing just one stroke behind Palmer was Dean Beman. Five more strokes behind, with a total of 287 was Campbell, who finished up with a 75 in the final round. Amateur Dale Morey of High Point, N.C., shot 73 Sunday to total 289 and end up sixth. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (225 at bats) — Yas- trzemski, Boston, .346; Mantilla, Boston, .316. Runs — Olive, Minnesota, 71; Versalles, Minnesota, 68. Runs batted in—Horton, Detroit, 67; Mantilla, Boston, 66. Hits — Oliva, Minnesota, 116; Richardson, New York, 109. Doubles — Oliva, Minnesota, 28; Yastrzemski, Boston, 25. Triples—Campaneris, Kansas City, 9; Aparicio, Baltimore, 8. Home runs—Horton, Detroit, 22; Colavito, Cleveland, 21. Stolen bases — Campaneris, Kansas City, 34; Cardenal, Los AngelPS, 31. Pitching (8 decisions)—Perry, Minnesota, 7-1, .875; Pappas, Baltimore, and Grant, Minnesota, 10-3, .769. , Strikeouts—McDowell, Cleveland, 1P6; Lolich, Detroit, 142. um. The seriousness of the Injury was not known until Stengel awoke Sunday in severe pain at the home of Met controller Joe DeGregorio. He was rushed by ambulance to Roosevelt Hospital, placed in traction and given sedatives to relieve the pain. A series of tests was scheduled today. The operation will be perlormed either Tuesday or Wednesday. Stengel will be hos r pitalized for about three weeks, and presumably will have a longer convalescent period at his home in Glendale, Calif. The injury made it doubtful Stengel will rejoin the Mets this season and raised even more question?; about his .future with the struggling darlings of New York's New Breed. Apache, Meteor III, Yare, and Duchess. Vasthi, 1 DEARBORN (AP)—A 65-year- old Ford Motor Co. millwqrker The 20-miles-per hour southerly winds which had plagued the boats late Sunday had somewhat abated and shifted direc- due to retire next month was killed Saturday In an accident at the plant. Witnesses said Sheperd K. Barnes, of Detroit, tion to a 10-mile northwest wind, walked into the side of a fort race officials said. I lift truck and fell under th( The high winds and six to sev-1 wheels. Bartlett Pears A&P Apricots Peanut Butter Apple Pie Peas & Carrots A&P Brand Mb., Halves 13-Oi. Whole Pttltd Ann P«9« . ,. Creamy or '••*• Crunchy ••Oi. 39 Large Field Enters Meet FLINT (AP) — Between 260 and 300 golfers, among them 90 professionals, were expected to start today in the Michigan Open Pro-Am golf tournament at the IMA Brookwood Course. The Michigan Open itself, which starts Friday, has been entered by 192 players. They will compete for $7,500 prize monev, largest in the 45-year history of the tourney. The winning professional will earn $1,000, and the best amateur will receive $200 in merchandise. All entries will play 18 holes Friday and again Saturday. The top 60 will meet for the final 36 holes Sunday. National League Batting (225 at bats) — Clemente, Pittsburgh, .341; Aaron, Milwaukee, .328. Runs—Harper, Cincinnati, 81; Rose, Cincinnati, 75. Runs batted in—Johnson, Cincinnati. 75; Banks, Chicago, 72. Hits — Rose, Cincinnati, 127; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 123. Doubles — Williams, Chicago, 29; Allen, Philadelphia, 24. Triples — Callison, Philadelphia, 11; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 10. Home runs—Mays, San Francisco, 23; Callison, Philadelphia. Stargell, Pittsburgh, and McCovty, San Francisco, 22. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles 67; Brock, St. Louis, 42. Pitcntng (8 decisions) — Koufax, Los Angeles, 17-3, .850; Jay, Cincinnati, 8-2, .800. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 222; Gibson, St. Louis, 162. K. Whitworth Wins Tourney CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) — Kathy Whitworth won the $10,000 Buckeye Savings Association Ladies Pro Golf Tournament with a 20-foot putt and said she was happy she did not have to go into a playoff. Miss Whitworth, of San Anto-l nio, Tex. started the final 18- ! hole round Sunday four strokes behind Susie Maxwell of Oklahoma City. She shot a two-under par 70 for a 54-hole total of 207, while Miss Maxwell ballooned to a three-over-par 75 on the Clo- vernook Country Club course and finished with a 208. Gene Atkinson of Birmingham, Ala., will captain Army's 1966 baseball team. He's an outfielder. 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Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Saturday's Results Rochester 4-3, Jacksonville 0-8 Atlatita 6, Syracuse 5, 11 innings Toledo 5, Toronto 3 Columbus 4, Buffalo 3 Sunday's Results Buffalo 2-6, Columbus 0-1 Syracuse 3, Atlanta 0 Pacific Coast League Saturday's Results Indianapolis 10-5, San Diego 4-4 Oklahoma ' City 5, Denver 5, tie, called 8 innings rain, 2nd game postponed Arkansas 2; Salt Lake City 0 Tacoma 4, Seattle 3 Portland. 9, Spokane 8 Vancouver 7, Hawaii 2 Sunday's Results Indianapolis 2, San Diego 1 Oklanoma City 7, Denver 2 2nd game canceled, rain Portland 3-5, Spokane 2-10 Salt Lake City 6-0, Arkansas W. Aurora St. Iron wood Perk Up Your Energy with High-Qualjty Foods from NATIONAL! 3-4 Seattle 10-6, Tacoma 4-1 Vancouver 6, Hawaii 4 SPECIALS for TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY FINER f RIRUJ R Y 19 THE GREAT ATUNTIC I PACIFIC TEA COMPANY. »HC. 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