Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 16, 1965 · Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THIRTEEN Major League Swap Deadline Passes With No Major Deals By HAL BOCK i Jack Spring, who was pur- Associated Press Sports Writer chased from Seattle Monday. Major league baseball's trad- carreon came to the Indians ing deadline passed at midnight in three-club trade last winter.: League doubleheader pla y e d local time Tuesday with a flurry He had batted .231 in 19/games. I Tuesday morning at Randa of minor nlaver transactions sims was .hitting .325 at Port- Field, the Lions were nipped 01 minoi piayer transactions . . h . r tho u a , v tr= * •> anri tho sMrrhf- Hawks, Fighters Are Victorious In the Ironwood Farm Baseball land. by the Hawks 3-2 and the and a raft of rumors, but no major deals. Roof, who was acquired for ' The New York Yankees, cash and a player to be named nitA *£* f^f," Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles later, had played in only nine; Angels and New York Mets games for the Angels, batting • were the only teams making -136. Moran. a five-year veter took the Angels with a hard, a MUew walked warned 13 , j ! two *nd allowed Mollard a sin- Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota .. Chicago Baltimore Cleveland .. Detroit Los Angeles New York Boston Washington Kansas City 35 20 34 22 32 25 30 24 30 25 29 32 26 31 24 32 25 35 16 35 .636 .607 .561 .556 .545 .475 .456 .429 .417 .314 4'/2 5 9 10 17 Tuesday's Results and t-mimitp rhanees ! an. had been to bat only --,.... .. , . -„. ,, . cna "B es - Umpc fhu <u»n*nn B le that brought in two runs to Tiip Vnnkpf»*s iirntirrht nn ipft- cimes mis season. . i, .... me Yankees moiiem up inn, i upset the one-run lead the handed hitting catcher Jake * * * • . «awks marlp in trip first innintr Gibbs from Toledo of the Inter- The Mets sent catcher Hawk -. £J t , n the , ast half of the th"rd national League and sent Bob Taylor to Buffalo of the Interna- j nnjr) g the Hawks came back Schmidt, a right-handed hitting tional League. • \ w j^ two runs ^ 0 ^ ake j ne catcher to the IL club. Taylor, a $118,000 bonus baby lead Tnc wmn in E pitcher Gibbs, who signed a Sion.ooo with the Milwaukee Braves in gkaja with 11 strikeouts bonus contract with the Yan- 1957, batted .240 for the Mets in tne j oser p Anderson with "six kees in 1961. batted .266 tur '10- 92 games last year and only -152 :st;r j keouts ledo in 49 games. Schmidt, 32, in 25 games this season. ; Tne Fighters' powerful hitting hit .250 in 20 games for New; The day's best rumor had Ed- ;in tne {lrst sec 6nd and fifth in- York. ' ! die Mathews of the Braves mov-! ningS) Jed by Saari and Da i prai * * * : ing to Los, Angeles in an even-up lmade jt tough sledding for the Cleveland optioned two play-; swap for left-handed pitcher j A ngels who were held scoreless crs and called up one from their:Claude Osteen, who the Dodgers mi tn the fourth inning when Nel- farm club of the Pacific Coast acquired in a seven-player trade mark crossed the plate for the League, purchased catcher Phil from Washington last winter. j oll i y run f or the Angels. Roof from Los Angeles and Questioned about the rumor, | The big bats for the Fighters, asked waivers on veteran pith- Dodger General Manager Buz-; gaari and Dalpra, had two homer Dick Donovan. Optioned to Portland were catcher Camllo Carreon and zie Bavasi laughed it ofi. Preakness, the horse Balti- ers, and a homer arid a double respectively. The winning pitcher was Ktvl Baltimore 2, New York 1, 10 innings Kansas City 5, Los Angeles 0 Cleveland 8, Washington 3 Minnesota 4, Chicago 0 Detroit 6, Boston 5 Today's Games Minnesota at Chicago, N Baltmiore at New York. N Washington at Cleveland, N Boston at Detroit, N Los Angeles at Kansas City, 2 twi-night Thursday's Games Boston at Detroit Minnesota -at Chicago Washington at Cleveland, N Baltimore at New York, N Only games scheduled State Educators Boost McDivitt And the college's board of trustees Monday night approved the naming of a new sciencp building to be constructed on campus as "McDivitt Hall." On its editorial page Tuesday The Jackson C'tizen Patriot JACKSON ( API— Among the i commented that "graduation 'Debriefing' by Family Delayed JACKSON Jackson airport to head the greeting committee. Called on to say a few word* to the airport crowd, the senior McDivitt said he' didn't know "whether to call him doctor, colonel, or just Jim." He referred to McDivirt's hon(AP)—The festivi-, orary Doctor of Astronauticai biggest boosters of artronaut time in Jackson this year is to j ties touched off by space pilo f . i Science degree received at lames A. McDivitt are Michi gan educators. They feel Me-j time." Divitt is one of education's biggest boosters. The space pilot was No. 1 among 607 students when he received a bachelor's depree in aeronautical engineering from be an exciting and inspiring! j a mes A. McDivitt's horriecom University of Michigan Tuesday , ... , and to President Johnson's nom- It added: i ing to Mlchl S alv delayed an nn • 1na ti 0n of the astronauts for pro Youth of all ages needs—and portant "debriefing" session for motion from majors to lieutcn- " ant colonels. "He's still little Jimmy to the space pilot's Mrs. Margaret McDiv- will have—heroes Many sclect|the astronaut Tuesday the wrong idols for a number j Just as anxious as space agcu- of reasons One of these, per- cy officials to near wnat tne as . haps, is because they are not ex- the University of Michigan in j posed to persons of the admir- 1959. In presenting an honorary degree to McDivitt Tuesday, the university said it was delighted "to inform his young admirers . . . that the first part . of the path into orbit should be strewn tronaul found in four ciays ot in engineering sci- with A's ence." McDivitt was to be the fnaln atale kind of accomplishment, (weightless space travel has "They are inclined to look for been his father James A Mc- shortcuts to the good and easy! Divitt Sr - a » electrical engi life Numinen Appointed by Commission on Aging LANSING (AP) — The Coin- cuts. ... youth prone to hero-, talk much. He's been prett./j m i ss i 0 n on Aging has announced worship can do no better than busy," said the senior McDviU appointment of Philip Numinen choose Majs. McDivitt and The parents joined McDivitt at. neer. "Maj. McDivitt took no short- "We haven't had a chance to National League W. L. Pet. infielder Billy Moran. The_ In-lmore's annual spring feature is with eight strikeouts, and the 1 . named a ft e r, was shot and:i os i ng pitcher was Wills with 12 killed by the Duke of Hamilton dians recalled catcher Duke Sims from the PCL club. Donovan, a 37-year-old right- in a fit of anger. Preakness was hander, had been with the In- i bred in America, raced' in Eng- dians since 1961. His best season i l3nd and the Duke bought him was 1962 when he won 20 and'for stud duty. lost 10. Waivers were asked on| —- — him to make room on the Cleve-i USE DAILY GLOBE land roster for right-hander! WANT ADS Los Angeles 38 23 Milwaukee 32 22 Cincinnati 32 26 San Francisco 32 26 strikeouts. 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Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis . Chicago . Houston New York 30 28 28 29 28 31 26 32 26 36 21 40 .633 .593 .552 .552 .517 .491 .475 .448 .419 .344 G.B. 21,-i 4V2 4V!. 6V'a 8 9 12'/a 17 Tuesday's Results White who applied themselves: Chicago for a ticker-tape pa ._ ... .... to the point where they were] rade Monday and were with him speaker today at commence-!taking every possible advantage Tuesday all through a 10-hour ment'exercises at Jackson Junior College, which he once attended. of their natural talents and the j schedule of events, opportunities which were given- The astronaut's sistet. them." 1 Charleen Shehan was at the i City. of Lansing as a field representative. A native of Michigamme. Numinen previously was employed by the State Health Department and the U.S. Public Mrs. Health Service in New York Milwaukee 12, Philadelphia 7 Cincinnati 5, New York 1 Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 8 Chicago 5, Houston 0 San Francisco 2, Los Angeles Today's Games New York at Cincinnati, N Chicago at Houston, N Philadelphia at Milwaukee, N Pittsburgh at St. Louis, N San Francisco at Los Angeles, Thursday's Games Philadelphia at Milwaukee, N Pittsburgh at St. Louis, N Chicago at Houston, N San Francisco at Los Angeles, [ Only games scheduled N N Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (130 at batsl — Davail- lo, Cleveland, .369; Horton, Detroit, .353. Runs— Green, Boston 43; Killebrew, Minnesota, 41. Runs batted in — Mantilla, Boston, 50; Howard, Washington, 45. Hits— Davalillo, Cleveland, 73; Howard, Washington, and Cardenal, Los Angeles, 67. Doubles — Versalles, Minnesota, 16; Ward, Chicago, and Oliva, Minnesota, 15. Triples — Campaneris, Kansas City, 7, W. Smith, Los Angeles; Versalles, Minnesota; Trash. New York, and Blasingame. Washington, 6. Home runs— Horton, Detroit, 14; Colavito, Cleveland, 13. Stolen bases — Campaneris, Kansas City, and Cardenal, Los Angeles, 20. Pitching— Pascual, Minnesota, 8-0. 1.000: Fisher, Chicago and Grant, Minnesota, 6-1, .857. Strikeouts— McDowell, Cleveland, 116; McLain, Detroit, 66. National League Batting—(130 at bats) — Coleman, Cincinnati, .348; Aaron, Milwaukee, .337. Runs — Rose, Cincinnati, 47; Harper, Cincinnati, 44. Runs batted in—Banks, Chicago, 51; Mays, San Francisco, 47. Hits—Pinson, Cincinnati, 78; J. Alou, San Francisco, 75. Doubles — Williams, Chicago. 20; Santo, Chicago; Alou, San Francisco; Kranepool, New York, and Allen, Philadelphia, 15. . Triples—Callison, Philadelphi- ia, 8; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 6. Home runs—Mays, San Francisco, 20; McCovey, San Francisco, 14. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, 39; Brock, St. Louis, 26. 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