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FRIDAY, JUNE 18,1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN 3 Stars Make Poor Starts in National Open By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jack NicJclaus surveyed the collapse of his game, wrecked by the tricky winds and a kink in his swings, then calmly announced: "I still think I can shoot this course in 95 or 66. And that kind of golf will win it." The Ohio strongboy never recovered from a double bogey 6 on the first hole of the U.S. open Golf Tournament Thursday and staggered in 10 strokes back of Australian Kel Nagle's leading 68. Nlcklaus, however, had some high-priced company. Arnold Palmer, the slumping four-time Masters . champion, limped home with a 76 and defending champion Ken Venturi's dream of a repeat burst on a shocking 81. All three may have trouble making the cut at the halfway point tonight when the starting field of 136 pros and 14 amateurs is trimmed to a low 50 and ties. Four already have dropped out and the troubled Venturi has hinted he, too, may have had enough. Stricken with a circulatory ailment in his right hand, Venturi had 40 putts on his round and said: "I had practically no feeling in my hand. I hope I can play Friday." ..- The 7,191 yards of the Bellerive Country Club course, longest ever for a U.S. Open, shocked the experts who called it a hitter's course and gobbled up the sluggers. All the leaders are singles hitters. The 44-year-old Nagle, who once won the British Open but has never won in the United States, .never has been a slugger. He's one stroke up on amateur Deane Beman, another : light hitter, and Mason Rudolph, a tour regular, the only others to break par 70. Little Gary Player of South Africa turned in a near flawless round fr a par 70, matched by Rex Baxter, Al Geiberger and Lou Graham. Nagle said the northeast wind — it usually blows from the southeast — helped him greatly. "It was at my back on most of the long holes and, at 44, I'm not getting any younger," said Nagle, who Is making a bid to become both the oldest man ever to win the Open and the first foreigner to take it since Britain's Ted Ray took it in 1920. Palmer had no excuses. "I really wasn't that bad, not as bad as a 76. But I'm not hitting the ball well, not well at all." Sammy, Sonny, Luis Give Tribe Hottest Pitching Staff in AL By JOE REICHLEB Associated Preu Sports Writer Sammy. Sonny and Luis sounds like a vaudeville team but there's nothing funny about their performance. Just ask the frustrated' American League hitters. The trio — Sammy McDowell, Sonny Slebert and Luis Tlant — S. Miller Cops Tourney Title SPRING LAKE (AP)—Sharon Miller, 22, of Battle Creek, de feated defending champion Sha ron Wilder of Orandville 1-up in a. sudden death playoff Thursday to become winner of the 44th Spring Lake Womens Open Golf Tournament. Coach of the varsity boys golf team at Battle Creek Pennfield High School and medalist qualifier, was conceded Wildlift Nursery Facts for a birdie 3 tournament Miss Miller a six-inch putt on the 331-yard 19th hole. Miss Wilder then missed a 10-footer which ended the match. Each had won two holes and halved five others on the back nine of regulation play and each was three over par for the 18- hole round. They had halved three holes and won three each to end the first nine in a tie. Their cards showed identical scores of 39-38—77 against ladies par 37-37—74. Starting the sudden death playoff, Miss Miller outdrove her 21-year-old opponent by approximately 20 yards. Miss Wilder's second shot rolled about 10 feet, past the pin. Miss Miller's second stopped six inches from the cup. Miss Wilder had been a slight favorite in the championship match on the strength of her 5 and 4 victory over the challenger in the tournament finals last year although Miss Miller later went on to become Michigan womens amateur champion. An Aquinas College graduate this month and a member of her school's varsity golf team, Miss Wilder last year was med- alist qualifier in the National Collegiate Women's Golf Tournament. las been the hottest pitching tandem in the Junior circuit the last four weeks. And because of them, the Cleveland Indians, hardly given a mention in the pre-season prognostications, are breathing down the necks of the league leaders. In seventh place a month ago, the Indians today are in fourth place, only 3V4 games off the pace. Thursday night was Siebert's turn to stage his act, and he came through in spectacular fashion. The 28-year-old right- hander fired a three-hitter, striking out a season high of 15 as the Indians blanked the Washington Senators 5-0 for their fifth straight triumph. * * * The night before, Tiant hurled a one-hit shutout and the night before that McDowell turned back the Senators with five hits. The three pitchers have accounted for 20 of Cleveland's 32 victories, since May 15, they have won 13 of 16. In other American League games, Baltimore outlasted the New York Yankees 2-1 in 16 innings, Minnesota defeated Chicago 3-1 and Detroit nipped Boston 6-5. Kansas City and Los Angeles were not scheduled. In the National League, the Los Angeles Dodgers blanked San Francisco .3-0, Milwaukee defeated Philadelphia 4-2, Pittsburgh downed St. Louis 4-1 and the Chicago Cubs edged Houston 3-2 in 11 innings. New York and Cincinnati were not scheduled. The Indians wrapped up their 20th victory in the last 32 games in the first inning, jumping off to a 4-0 lead at the expense of MOW HOWEVER, AMOlM MOURNIM6 t>OVe&, ADUCTt «AT THESEKOS AMD flDNVMT TMSA1 7D A"MKJC"U1HICH ADUCT WK.O HARD/ SWOOSH TO enx" (*M *i»e /« OMtlKt MAW 9*0 cvre BMMM 7W *«W6 IF TUB «6N Mem WITH AM Accident Claims Bill Is Approved By DICK BARNES Associated Press Writer LANSING (AP) — Ever been left holding the financial bag when an uninsured motorist smashed into your car? The state will pay you — and then make sure the uninsured driver doesn't get off for nothing—under terms of an auto accident claims bill approved 2411 by the Senate Thursday night. If the House concurs in several-senate amendments to the bill it earlier approved and Oov. George Romney signs It as he is expected to do, the fund will begin operation Nov. 1. The basics of the operation are this: The owner of every vehicle must present evidence of his auto insurance when he purchases his vehicle license plate. If he has no insurance, he pays $25 into the fund for the by drivers damaging their own cars. If the state doubts your claim, the question would be resolved In court. In the Province of Ontario, after whose plan the Michigan proposal is copied, only about 15 per cent of cases go to court. If the law is enacted, claims will be honored for accidents after Jan. 1, 1966. Conviction of Airman Upheld 'Instant Fish' Will Be Tested As Weapon Against Mosquitoes ilege of operating the vehicle in the state for the year. If he has Insurance, he pays $1 into the fund. Based on estimates that 15 per cent of the motor vehicles in Michigan are not insured, the WASHINGTON (AP)—The Air Force said today that U. S Airman Larry D. Cole's unprefedl- tated murder conviction in the slaying of a Filipino youth at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines has been upheld by a review board. A spokesman said the board on May 25 upheld sentence of a bad conduct discharge, total forfeiture of pay and allowances, priv- confinement at hard labor three years, and reduction in rank to basic airman. Cole, of Marshall, Mich., now is serving his sentence at Amarillo Air Force Base, Tex., the Air Force said. it said he may appeal the Major League 4 8 11 Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota ... 36 21 .632 — • Chicago ..... 35 23 .603 1V£ Baltimore ... 34 25 .576 3 Cleveland ... 32 24 .571 3V£ Detroit ...... 32 25 .561 LOS Angeles . 31 32 .492 New York ... 26 33 .441 Boston ...... 24 34 .414 Washington .. 25 37 .403 ISM: Kansas City . 16 37 .302 18 Thursday's Results Minnesota 3, Chicago 1 Detroit 6, Boston 5 Baltimore 2, New York 1, 16 innings Cleveland 5, Washington 0 Only games scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at New York, N Boston at Chicago, N Washington at Baltimore, N Kansas City at Detroit, N Loft Angeles at Cleveland, N Saturday's Games Boston at Chicago Kansas City at Detroit Los Angeles at Cleveland Minnesota at New York Washington at Baltimore, N National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles . 40 23 .635 — Milwaukee .. 33 23 .589 3V4 Cincinnati ... SS 26 .559 5 Ban Francisco 32 28 .533 6Vi Pittsburgh .. 32 28 .533 6V4 Philadelphia . 29 30 .492 9 St. Louis .... 28 33 .459 11 Chicago 27 33 .450 11V 2 Houston 27 37 .422 IS 1 /? New York ... 21 41 .339 18V 2 Thursday's Results Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia 2 'Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 1 Chicago 6, Houston 5, 11 innings Los Angeles 3, San Francisco 0 Only games scheduled Today's Games Philadelphia at Los Angeles, N New York at San Francisco, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (130 at bats)— Daval- lllo, Cleveland, .364; Horton, Detroit, .354. Runs — Green, Boston, 45; Wagner, Cleveland, and Killebrew, Minnesota, 41. Runs batted in — Mantilla, Boston, 50; Thomas, Boston, and Horton, Detroit, 46. Hits— Davilillo, Cleveland, 75: Cardenal, Los Angeles, 69. Doubles— Ward, Chicago, and Versalles, Minnesota, 16. Triples — Campaneris, Kansas City, 7; W. Smith, Los Angeles; Versalles, Minnesota; Tresh, New York, and Blasingame, Washington, 8. Home runs— Horton, Detroit, 15; Colavito, Cleveland, and Kaline, Detroit, 13. Stolen bases — Campaneris, Kansas City, 21; Cardenal, Los Angeles, 20. Pitching — Pascual, Minnesota, 8-1, .889; Buzhard and Fisher, Chicago, and Grant, Minnesota, 6-1, .857. Strikeouts— McDowell, Cleveland, 116; Lolich, Detroit, 73. National League Batting (130 at bats) — Coleman, Cincinnati, .353; Aaron, Milwaukee, .342. Runs batted in— Banks, Chi- Harper, Cincinnati, 46. cago, 51; Mays,' San Francisco. 47. Hits— Pinson, Cincinnati, 78; J. Alou, San Francisco, 76. Doubles — Williams, Chicago, 20; Santo, Chicago; Alou, Milwaukee, and Allen, Philadelphia, 16. Triples — Callison, Philadelphia, 8; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 6. Home runs— Mays, San Francisco, 20; Stargell, Pittsburgh, 15. Stolen bases— Wills, Los Angeles, 41; Brock, St. Louis, 26. Pitching — Ellis, Cincinnati, 10-2, .833; Koufax, Los Angeles, 10-3, .769. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 135; Gibson, St. Louis, 108. Bennie Daniels. Leon Wagner singled home two runs, Rocky Colavito and rookie Duke Sims singled home the others. Siebert permitted only one hit after the second inning to register his seventh triumph in 10 decisions. Minnesota widened its first- place lead over the White Sox to IVfe games on the strength of Jim, Kaat's four-hit pitching. Teammates Zoilo Versalles and Don Mincher assured the southpaw of his sixth success with home runs. * * * Baltimore's third place Orioles advanced to within three games of the top with their marathon victory over the floundering Yankees. Russ Snyder was the key figure in both Baltimore runs. In the sixth, he drove in the tying run with a sacrifice fly. In the 16th, he singled, reached third when catcher Doc Edwards threw Luis Aparicio's bunt into center field, and came home with the tying run on pinch hitter Bob Johnson's sacrifice fly. Four Baltimore pitchers — Robin Roberts, Stu Miller, Harvey Haddix and Dick Hall — collaborated to hold the Yankees scoreless after Roger Maris had homered in the first inning. Four double plays snuffed out as many Yankee threats in the last seven innings. Norm Cash's home run, his first since April 27, broke a 5-5 tie with Boston and gave Detroit its fifth straight victory. It was the seventh straight loss for the the By WILLIAM C. HARRISON BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — "Instant fish" will be tested this summer as a weapon against mosquitoes whose itchy menace is spreading swiftly in California. The inch-long fish from Brazil and Argentina will be planted in rice fields. They live about a year and goble mosquito larvae. Each female fish lays hundreds of eggs. The rice fields are flooded trom May to September, but drained at the end of the season. The eggs of the South American fish can survive drying out for up to two years, however When the fields are flooded again, the eggs hatch within 20 minutes, •riving rise to the nickname "Instant fish." Despite a $6-million annual abatement program, California is losing its war on mosquitoes There are more than ever before in the state's history. Besides their annoying bite nd buzz, mosquitoes are poten- al carriers of malaria, yellow ever, dengue- -breakbone—fe- er, filariasis — elephantiasis emorrhagic fever, encephalitis —sleeping sickness—and other diseases, including heartworm n dogs. In 1952, the state recorded 800 ases of encephalitis when con- inuing rain and mild weather ed to a great surge in the species of mosquito— culex tarsai- s—that carries the disease. That was the last serious epi- the Red Sox, who led 5-2 when Tigers came to bat in eighth. A two-run homer by Al Kaline, following Dick McAuliffe's solo smash tied the score. Carl Yastrzemski hit his ninth home run for the Red Sox, the last five against Detroit pitching. Fire Destroys Midland Store MIDLAND (AP)—Hundreds o: Midland shopers watched as fire destroyed the J. J. New berry variety store Thursday. The blaze was believed to have started in the basement o the store. More than 40 firemen from the Midland, Dow Chemical Co. Bay City and Saginaw depart ments fought the blaze for hour as smoke rolled through blocks-square section • of th downtown area. Robert Garno, an asslstan Midland fire chief, was treate at Midland Hospital for smok inhalation and released-. Youth, 17, Drowns ALPENA (AP) — James Row bothman, 17, of North City Jrowned in West Long Lak near here Thursday. Police sai the boy dove from a boat an never surfaced. fund could start with about $15 board's action within 30 days of million to $19 million from 1966 license purchases. If you're damaged by an uninsured driver, you could apply to the secretary of state for up to $10,000 for one personal death or injury, $20,000 total for the accident and $5,000 for property damage. Claims for less than $50 would not be honored. If your claim state would pay is valid, you and the set the time he was notified of its decision. Notification was made shortly after May 25, the Air Force said. Cole was convicted Feb. 26 in the Nov. 25 killing of Rogelio Balagtas, 14. He could have drawn a term of life Imprisonment. In a written statement submitted at his court martial, Cole said he fired without aiming in about collecting the money back the direction of from The lose four Filipino the uninsured motorist.! youths who had trespassed on uninsured person would ( the Clark bombing and gunnery his driving privilege until j range. Cole said he did not in- he at least payment to began regular the state for demlc state. of But encephalitis Richard F. in the Peters, damages he caused. chief of the California Bureau if Vector Control, fears another combination of circumstances, ntensifled by continuing failure of control methods, can bring on worse epidemic. Like other insects, mosquitoes have developed resistance to most of the toxic chemicals used against them "A toss-up exists whether new techniques will be available before present control technology fails completely," says Peters. Public health officials note that California harbors 43 species of mosquitoes, Including carriers of all the diseases named. The chief reason for California's mosquito population explosion is the state's intensive farm system, most of it requiring irrigation. Nine million acres are under irrigation now, a quarter of all such land In the United States. Acreage will be doubled by a vast federal-state water development program under construction Researchers at the University of California and the Bureau of Vector Control laboratory in Fresno are attacking the problem from many angles. The South American "instant fish" are being tested by Dr. Ernest Bay of the university's Riverside campus, center of chemical research for the World Health Organization's malarial control program. Dr. Bay says he believes that insect diseases and his "instant fish" offer the best opportunity for moscquito control. The fund would pay off in hit- run cases only for death-or injury to avoid fake hit-run claims re-j tend to wound or kill anyone. the • TWO Filipino witnesses claimed they saw Cole aim his .22 caliber rifle before firing. USE DAILY CLOBB WANT-ADS Vfllt I ssid was: ' x , Show me a filter that delivers the taste .iwiniealrnybat." Nome Building For Forrester/ WASHINGTON (AP) - A new Defense Department building will be named for the late James V. Forrestal, the nation's first secretary of defense, according to an announcement made by President Johnson. Johnson unveiled a model of the structure which will actually be three buildings tied together by plazas and walkways. 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