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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1965. Detroit, New York Clubs Break Even in Doubleheader Sparma Pitches His 5th Straight Win Over Yanks NEW YORK (AP) — Ex-COl- legian Joe Sparma is for sure ;he Detroit Tigers' "Yankee killer" for 1965 at least. The New York Yankees, fallen on troubled days this season, are less an obstacle than in the past when Detroit's Frank Lary wore the "killer" toga over a period o! years. On the other hand, the manner in which Sparma cooled off :,he Yanks and saved a doubleheader split for the Tigers Tuesday night was meaningful. The 23-year-old former Ohio State right-hander's 3-0 victory in the second game was his fourth victory over New York j this year and fifth straight over two seasons. Behind Whitey Ford, the Yanks took the opener 4-3, making victory a "must" for Detroit in the second game if the Tigers were to get this 12-game road trip off to a decent start. Sparma shut out New York on five hits for seven innings until he was lifted for a pinch-hitter "in the Tigers' three-run winning rally in the eighth. * * * Pitching his first full season for Detroit, Sparma struck out five men and walked only one in keeping the Yanks in hand and notching his seventh victory in 10 games. Don Wert's bases loaded sacrifice fly brought in the winning run in the eighth. The fly scored Jim Northrup, breaking a scoreless duel between Sparma and Jim Bouton. The Tigers' two other runs came over on an error by catcher Jake Gibbs on Jerry Lumpe's squeeze play bunt and a bases loaded walk to Dick McAuliffe Tom Tresh's 16th homer with a man or base and Ford's tight Campaneris Is Busy Digging Athletics Out of AL Cellar By DICK COUCH Bert Campaneris has found a job he likes. He's busy digging the Kansas City Athletics out of the American League cellar. Campaneris, the Athletics' ambidextrous shortstop-outfielder, rapped six hits, including an inside-lhe-park homer, scored six runs and stole two bases Tuesday night, leading a 7-3, 108 KC sweep of the skidding Boston Red Sox. The doubleheader victory moved (he A's within one game of the ninth- place Red Sox. They can escape 10th place for the first time since April 21 by winning the remaining two games of the Boston series. pitching in the pinches were main factors in 1" first game triumph. Vikings Get King From Pittsburgh ! BEMIDJI, Minn. (APi — Phil King hunched his 6-foot-4 frame into a window seat of a DCS, buzzing over the lake country of northern Minnesota, and spoke the thoughts of a 29-year-old pro football player who has just been traded. "This makes three clubs in two years," said King, a New York Giants' fixture for six years (five winners) until he was shuttled to Pittsburgh last fall, and then traded to Minnesota Monday. "New system, new people, new coach," he said. "But most of all a chance to start all over again with a clean bill of health. Someplace where they really want me. I can't tell you how much I am looking forward to playing with the Vikings. I Just didn't want to go back to Pittsburgh again. "I was going good for Pittsburgh until I cracked some ribs. Buddy Parker (Steeler coach) went to Clarence Peaks and Campy, who does everything taut pitch and catch for the A's, dazzled the Red Sox with his bat and legs Tuesday night. He singled twice in the first game and stole his 35th and 36th bases —I high in the league — before stroking a triple and two more singles in addition to his fourth i homer in the nightcap. j He leads the league in triples 1 with 10. ranks fifth in hits with 104 and has a creditable .273 batting average. At the other end of the AL| ladder, first-place Minnesota, j paced by Don Mincher's two-run ; homer in the seventh, beat; Washington 9-5 in the second j game of a twi-night doubleheader after dropping the opener 10-: 7. The split cut the Twins' lead to four games over the second- place Baltimore Orioles, who i edged the- Los Angeles Angels 32 in 10 innings. Elsewhere, Pedro Gonzalez ed Cleveland to a 7-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox vhile New York and Detroit j divided a twin bill, the Yankees winning the twilight game 4-3 on Tom Tresh's two-run homer and ,he Tigers taking the night 'Powder Puff Derby' Is Slated For Sunday's Stock Car Races The Hiawatha Racing Association announced today that, for the second time this season, there will be a "Powder Puff Derby" as an added feature to the association's stock car races to be held Sunday at the O o- gebic County Fairgrounds here. At the women's races held earlier in the season, 12 cars were entered, but, states the association, the women who RACER FLIPS—Race driver Norm Hall hangs from his hurtling Pope-Hall Special as it twists through the air during running of the 150-mile Hoosier Grand Prix at Indianapolis, Ind., Raceway Park. Hall was seriously in-, jured. (AP Wirephoto) John Henry Johnson and didn't play any more, just 10 hits i P lncn hltter tne rest of the 10 mu> .-..- .„ _*. « off Ford and two reliefers, including homers by Don Demeter (his llth) and Don Wert (his 7th), but never could put a cluster together. I * * * I Hank Aguirre, the losing pitcher, allowed six hits and all the Yank runs in his five innings of work. It was Aguirre's sixth defeat against 10 victories. The divided doubleheader pre. served an odd record between Uhe Tigers and Yanks. The teams have played three doubleheaders. Each followed the same pattern. Ford won the first game and Sparma the second. Sparma's shutout Tuesday night was the 10th of the year against the Yankees. Detroit pitcherr have hurled nine of them. Dave Wickersham (3-8) is to pitch today's twilight game with New York, possibly against Pete Mikkelsen (3-7). although we lost five straight at the end "During the winter I wrote Buddy and asked to be traded. It wasn't anything personal. I have nothing against anybody But I made up my mind I had been around too long to have a coach who had made up his mind that I couldn't play. "Those were wonderful years with the Giants from 1958 through 1963. We won five times jut lost .the championship each time. You know, I'm the only guy in pro football who is 0-5 in championship games." (First Game) Detroit New York Aguirre, 001 110 000—3 10 0 001 102 OOx- Sherry (6), 470 Pena (7) and Freehan; Ford, Ramos (»), Hamilton (9) and Howard. W — Ford (12-8; L — Aguirre (10-6): Home runs—Detroit, Wert (7) Demeter (11). New York, Tresh (16). (Second Game) DETROIT AB R Wert 3b 3 0 Lumpe 2tf 4 0 Cash Ib 4 0 Horton 11 4 0 McAuliffe ss 3 0 Demeter cf 4 o Northrup rf 4 1 Sullivan c 2 0 Brown ph 1 1 Gladding p 1 0 Sparma p 2 0 Kaline ph 0 0 Freehan pr-c 0 1 Totals .... 32 3 NEW YORK AB R Richaruson 2b . 4 0 Kubek ss 4 0 Mantle if 4 o Moschitto pr o 0 Tresh rf 4 0 Pepitone Ib' 4 0 Repoz cf 3 0 Boyer 3b 4 0 Gibbs c 3 0 H B 2 : Spahn Gives Up Only 4 Hits but Loses as Cards Blank Giants 3-0 By MURRAY CHASS game 3-0 with a three-run rally: Associated Press Sports Writer | n the eighth. Lou Brock broke for first. He Battey's second homer of the evening pulled the league leaders within range. Mike Brum- ey, a .142 hitter going into the doubleheader, sparked the Senators in the opener with his first and second homers of the year. Brooks Robinson's single off Dean Chance in the 10th scored Russ Snyder, who led off the nning with a pinch hit double, with the winning run at Baltimore. The loss was Chance's eighth in 14 decisions. Gonzalez drove in three Cleveland runs with a double and single, helping Ralph Terry re"cord his 10th victory as the ihird-place Indians moved within 4Vfc games of first place. Whitey Ford became the league's first 12-game winner in the New York opener but needed relief help from Pedro Ramos ana Steve Hamilton after Tresh's; sixth-inning homer erased a 3-2 Detroit lead. The Tigers broke up a scoreless duel between Joe Sparma and New York's Jim Bouton in the nightcap on Don Wert's sacrifice fly, Jerry Lumpe'; squeeze bunt and a bases-loaded walk to Dick McAuliffe in the eighth. The victory was Spar- ma's fourth straight against the Yankees this season. picked him off — but the fading I walked off with the July 5 twin southpaw still lost a four-hitter double pot of 8103,987, largest, in i-O as St. Louis defeated San Francisco. The complete game was the Little Leaguers To Play Friday The Ironwood Little League All-star team will leave Ironwood about 8:30 Friday morning for Iron Mountain where it will be involved in the L i 111 e League Softball Tournament. The squad won the local tournament last week in Wakefield and will represent the area at Iron Mountain. Ironwood's Little League r s Bouton p Totals Detroit 3 33 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Z H BI 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 will see action for the first time in the tourney at 4 p.m. Friday when they take on Calumet in the second game of the day. The first game, which will begin at 1:30, will pit Menominee against Iron Mountain East. The winners of Friday's games will clash in the sectiona 1 championship game which will begin at 2:30 Saturday afternoon and will be proceeded by the consolation game. The sectional champions will travel to Green Bay to take part in the Wisconsin State Little League Tournament to be played early in August. Llamas Helps Mexican Team Cup Mincher's 13th home run put j had struck out, but the ball Minnesota ahead to stay in the evaded catcher Tom Haller. Washington nightcap after Earl when Haller tried to pick it up, he ball wasn't there. Umpire Augie Donatelli, trying to get DUt of the way, had kicked it. That brief fiasco occurred in he third inning Tuesday and oreshadowed the kind of night Warren Spahn was in for. Brock didn't score — Spahn TWO Who Have Won $500,000 HAZEL PARK (AP) — The Hazel Park Race Track dis- ond largest payoff, in another twin dnuble bet. closed Tuesday the banning Vice President Jack Tocco of from the track of two bettors Hazel Park Racing Association, who reputedly have hit the twin Inc., opprato'r of the track, con- double ' for more than half a firmed the banning of the two million dollars this season. One was the bettor who the history of Michigan pari- mutueJ wagering. He was ordered Monday bettors. Tocco did not identify the two men. Wagers are regarded at the "track as a bettor's private business And there apparently was no violation of any law. to! The Detroit Free Press, which Standings first since June 11 for the 44-1 stay out of the track, 10 minutes year-old pitcher, who is making j after he collected $63,277, sec- a determined effort to prove he still can win. He hasn't won since May 25, but he certainly can expect more chances at improving on his record as the winningest left-hander in history, j Spahn, now 4-13 with a nine- j Minnesota j r ame losing streak, whittled his j Baltimore earned run average from 4.57 to i Cleveland 4.40 while watching his week-old j Detroit Escanaba Slates Tennis lourney ESCANABA The 18th an- teammates go scoreless for the Chicago first time in a month. New York The performance was in great Los Angeles contrast to Ms first start with Washington the Giants after leaving the I Boston New York Mets. Cincinnati | Kansas City rocked him for three runs in only 2 1-3 innings last Thursday. I has been checking out the storj of the fabulous bet winnings named the two barred bettors as Bernie Weiss and John E Oppenheim. The Free Press identified Weiss as from New By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ! York City and Oppenheim as from Great Neck, N. Y. Oppenheim reputedly won almost $400,000 in twin doubles at Hazel Park since the season opened State Racing Commissioner B a r r 5 'Beaman. upholding Tocco's ban order, said it was taken in the "best interests of racing." Hazel Park's twindouble involves the fifth and sixth races as one part and the eighth and ninth races as the second part. American League AV. L. Pet. G.B. 62 37 .626 — 57 40 .588 4 56 40 41 43 52 53 57 62 61 54 52 49 46 43 35 32 .583 .568 .547 .485 .465 .430 .361 .344 4>/2 6 8 14 16 26 27 Tuesday's Results Cleveland 7, Chicago 3 The Cardinals, however, were \ Baltimore 3, Los Angeles 2, 10 anything but brutal as they i innings Scott Is White Pine Golf Champ WHITE PINE — Dr. Jim Scott of Rolla, Missouri won the annual White Pine Coppe Company golf tournament las Saturday with a new score o f 63. Scott, a rock mechanics consultant for the company, fired a 37-40 for a 77 gross score Scott finished a three-way tie for first with Safety Director Fred Michels and Industr i a 1 Engineer Rudy Cigallio. A hole- by-hole comparison of s c o r es placed Scott first, Cigallio, second and Michels third. Cigallio also finished second last year Others in the top 10, by order of finish, were Bob Richardson, Dick Thompson, George Schaefer, Harry Albright, John Revoy, Tom Miesbauer and Don Johnson All received pro shop gift certificates. Special prizes were awarded to the following: George Schafer (low actual score of 76), backed Bob Purkey's five-hit' pitching. After Bill White hom- ered in the second inning, Spahn allowed only two hits. St. Louis, in fact, didn't even get a hit in scoring its final run in the ninth, j Curt Flood grounded to third baseman Jim Hart, who tossed the ball past first base. Flood j raced to second, then continued! all the way home when Haller, picked up the ball and fired it into left field. j Elsewhere in the National j League, Los Angeles outlasted! Cincinnati 9-7 in a wild game, ! Milwaukee whipped Houston 7-1, Pittsburgh edged Philadelphia 3-2 in 10 innings after losing 3-1' and Chicago defeated New York 6-3. The Dodgers recorded two errors, four wild pitches and a passed ball, but Jim Gilllam powered them past the Reds, driving in four runs with a homer, double and single. Maury Kansas City 7-10, Boston 3-8 Washington 10-5, Minnesota 7- New York 4-0, Detroit 3-3 Today's Games Kansas City at Boston, N Chicago at Cleveland, N Los Angeles at Baltimore, N Minnesota at Washington, N Detroit at New York, twilight Thursday's Games Detroit at New York Kansas City at Boston Chicago at Cleveland, N Only games scheduled nual Upper Peninsula-Northern Wisconsin Tennis Open, sponsored each year by the Department of Recreation, will b e held in Escanaba on August 14 and 15 The entry fee is $2 for t h e senior division and SI for the junior and Intermediate classes. Registration blanks may be obtained from Paul Vardigan, 1704 Eighth Avenue South, Escanaba or by writing to the Recreation Department of the host city. Trophies will be awarded t o winners in the senior divisions with medals going to first and second place finishers in t h e junior and intermediate classes. The deadline for entering i s Tuesday, August 10. Singles and doubles competitions will be offered in two divisions: Boys, 12 to 17 years of age, and men, 18 and over. Competition for girls and women will be restricted to singles play. There will be no mixed doubles. Singles activity will be divided into the following classes: Junior boys, 12 to 14; intermediate boys, 15 to 17; senior men, 18 and over; junior girls, 12 to 14; intermediate girls, 15-17; and senior women, 18 and over. Most of the singles matches will b e played on Saturday with men's doubles scheduled for Sunday. Bob Erickson of Menasha was last year's senior men's champion, ciefeating Chuck Shoquist of Stambaugh in straight sets, 6-0 and 6-1. Ron Shoquist of Stambaugh won the intermediate boys title by eliminat 1 n g Gene Kangas of Kingsford, 6-2 and 6-4 Honors in the junior boys division went to Kevin Conway of Menasha as he swept aside the lone Escanaba finalist, Brent drove those cars will not be allowed to drive in Sunday's races in order to give the opportunity to other women. Spokesmen added that about 50 cars are expected to be entered in the entire program, which would constitute the largest number of cars yet this season. There will be a total of nine races in Sunday's program, Including the women's race that Is expected to add the cojor and excitement of the already fast growing area attraction. All women who are interested in signing up for the race must register at the Highway 2 Skelly Service Station, Ironwood, by 8 Saturday evening in order to sign the necessary paperi re-^ quired by the association. The women drivers will draw for positions at the track prior to the race and cars will be assigned before the race. A bettor holding "win" tickets "«= «"«= ^«»»«« «"»"?•;; »« "* . fifth ami sixth mav P*. Kleiman, without losing a on the fifth and sixth may ex change them for tickets on the eighth and ninth. If all fourj win, he is likely to draw National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Paul Matson drive on No. (with a 1), Bill 3-inch Evans 000 000 030—3 New York 000 000 000—0 E—Kubek, Gibbs. DP—New York 1 LOB—Detroit 7, New York 7. 2b—Wert 2, Brown, Mantle. SF—Wert IP H R ER BB SO Sparma 7 50015 Bouton 71-35 3 1 2 6 Hamilton 0 10000 Mikkelsen 12-3000 2 1 W—Sparma (7-3). L—Bouton (4-12). Hamilton faced two men in 8th. T—2:32. A—21,011. Su Mac Lad, bought for $35,000 as a 5-year-old, earned more Hian $814,000 1064. trotting through DALLAS, Tex. (AP) former Mexican Davis player is working out with the Mexican tennis team here in preparation for the zone competition this weekend. Mario Llamas, a professional who was once a Davis Cup teammate of Mexican captain Pancho Contreras, is working with the squad daily. Top- ranked Brazilian player Ronald Barnes also is helping. "We .have no Pancho Gonzales (the pro coaching the U.S. team), but these two men can help our team in workouts," Contreras said. "The players are nappy to have them with us." Both teams are working out five hours daily for competition which begins Saturday. No. 1 U.S. player Dennis Ralston, who has been troubled with a game leg, "is moving around well now," according to U.S. Captain George MacCall, He said Ralston ''should be I ready to go full speed." (closest drive on No. 2), Bob Burgess (closest to a special flag on No. 5), Bud Johnson (longest putt on No. 5), Joe Darrow (for a 260-yard drive on No. 6), Richard Sain (highest score on one hole), Ellis West (most improvement on second nine), George Monville (high score with handicap), and Marshall Bourbonais (high score without handicap.). Blind bogey winnes, who correctly predicted their scores in *..., MWUUIV* cum oiiigic. iviaui.y i ^, . Wills extended his hitting streak! ft oust £ n . to 20 games and stole his 70th i w XO)K and 71st bases. Deron Johnson Los Angeles . 60 Cincinnati ... 56 Milwaukee 53 San Fr&ncisco 52 Philadelphia . 50 Pittsburgh .. 51 St. Louis 50 Chicago 46 43 32 42 44 43 43 48 50 49 54 54 66 .588 .560 .552 .547 .510 .505 .505 .460 .443 .327 3 4 4V 2 13 14V4 26 The two bettors presumably purchased winning tickets on the first portion of the twin double from ticket holders at the track and exchanged them for tickets on the eighth and ninth races. This is against track rules. However, trackmen say it is not uncommon practice among jrofessional bettors who come ;o the races with fat supplies of cash money. Beaman said the twin double would be halted if it cannot be controlled. He said "We're fed up with these out-state pros who come in here to make a killing." hit a two-run homer for Cincin-j nati. Tuesday's Results Los Angeles 9, Cincinnati 7 Milwaukee 7, Houston 1 Milwaukee swept by Houston! st - Louis 3 > San Francisco 0 behind Felipe Alou and Joe Chicago 6, New York 3 Torre. Each hit a homer andj Philadelphia 3-2, Pittsburgh 1- drove in two run's. Billy O'Dell | 3 saved Tony Cloninger's 13th! triumph against eight defeats,! pitching out of a bases-loaded! jam in the seventh inning. Philadelphia relief pitcher Gary Wagner split a doubleheader, losing the second game! when Pittsburgh's Willie Star-; gell doubled and Donn Clende-j Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. N Today's Games New York at Chicago, 2 St. Louis at San Francisco Milwaukee at Houston, N Philadelhhia at Pittsburgh. N Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N Thursday's Games New York at Chicago, 2 non singled him home in the 10th. The Phillies had tied it in the eighth when John Herrn- steln singled in Clay Dalrymple. Bob Friend was headed for * erupted advance, were Ken Graff, Dan I out in the ninth. Tony Gonzalez Piper, Bob Burgess and Gene ] tied it with a run-scoring single, Maki: Winners of other prizes! and Cookie Rojas won it with a were Maki, Dante Bennetti, j two-run double. Only games scheduled Fish Conference Set Aug. 4-5 at Thompson A conference to review fish policies, stocking r e - f i Tom Miesbauer, Jim Scott, George Monville, Dallas Graves who won a free golf lesson, and John Revoy. The grand prize of a new golf cart was won by Jim Bekkala Ernie Banks drove in four runs with a bases-loaded double hatching operations will be held at the Thompson Fish Hatchery Thompson, on Aug. 4 and 5, according to the Lansing office of the Michigan Department of Conservation. ^*%£^^^» All* Michigan's regional MetS> who disctfishoogist a d More Michigan State Has Wrestling Clinics EAST LANSING (AP) than 200 high school wrestlers- most from-Michigan, but a few from Oklahoma, Colorado and Virginia—are learning the latest techniques in the first of two week-long clinics at Michigan State University. The trainees work out four hours a day under a group of prominent ! wrestling coaches. his llth victory against seven! defeats. j game, 6-0 and 6-0. Alice Kenney and Martha Vanderhyden added to Menasha's domination of the tournament by capturing the intermediate girls and junior girls titles respectively. Porky's Clinches League's Crown STANDINGS W L Porky's 11 1 Smittie's : 8 4 Johnny's 7 5 Old Office 7 5 White Birch 7 5 Last East 4 9 City Hotel 3 9 Petrusha's 1 11 in the iron County Slow- Pitch League action played Tuesday, Porky's clinched the top spot with a 12-2 win over the White Birch while Smittie's Tap, the second place team, dropped a 12-10, 10-innlng a f fair to Johnny's to fall out of reach of the league leaders. in other league games, City Hotel and Petrusha's battled it out in a 12-inning game with City Hotel coming out on top of a 19-17 score and Last East dropped a 9-8 decision to Old Office in 11 innings. Johnny's and City Hotel also played a make-up game which was rained out July 6. Johnny's trounced the City Hotel in that contest 23-3. The schedule of next week's games will see Johnny's taking on Petrusha's at Hurley, White Birch tangling with the City Hotel squad at Montreal, the Old Office Bar will meet Smittie's Tap at Saxon and Last East will play Porky's at Hurley. Sf ate Reports Bounty Count One hundred and forty-o n e coyotes, 29 bobcats and 513 foxes were presented for bounty in the Upper Peninsula during the months of May and June for a total payment of $5,150, according to the Regional O f - fice of the Michigan Department of C o n s e r vation, Marquette. Out of this total, $2,440 was paid for coyotes, $145 for bobcats and $2,565 for foxes. Since Jan. 1, a total of $17,895 has been paid for bounties on these animals in the Upper Peninsula. The bounty bill, repealing the bounties on bobcats and foxes, was signed by Governor George Romney on July 21. No bounties will be paid on these animals taken after this date. Carlson s Wins Over Aurora Carlson's Super Market racked up another win in the Ironwood. Slow-Pitch Softb a 11 ,eague Monday evening as i t rolled over Aurora 15-8 in a contest played at Randa Field. Theron (Chuck) Peterson was ;he winning pitcher for the league leaders and Andy Hendrickson was behind the plate. Supplying the power in t h e aatter's box for the winners was Lawrence Levra with a home run and a pair of doubles. Zawlocki was the loser on the mound and Tenlen was behind the plate for Aurora. Louis Osterman connected for a home run and a single and Howard Aspinwall came through with a home run and two singles for Aurora. Lester, Moyer Meet In Rematch Tonight SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Undefeated middleweight boxer Jimmy Lester returns to ring action tonight in a rematch against former Junior middleweight champion Denny Moyer of> Portland at Kezar Pavilion. State Truck Driver Sets Archery Record WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) — Dick Roberts, 27-year-old Three Rivers, Mich., truck driver, set a record when he scored 1,089 points for two days of field round targets in the free style category of the National Field Archery Association Tournament Tuesday. Attending the meeting from the Upper Peninsula will be Res' i o n a 1 Fish Biologist J i m Scully. Marquette; District Fish Biologists John Scott, Baraga; Ed Andersen, Crystal Falls; Clifford Long, Escanaba; Leland Anderson, Newberry; Hatchery Superintendents Ted Monti, Watersmeet; Russell Robertson, Marquettej and Martin Miller, Thompson. .Howard A. Tanner, chief of the Fish Section, Lansing, will preside over the meeting. Woman Shoots Hole-in-One Mrs. Marguerite Neznanski, 208 Hancock St., Wakefield, shot a hole-in-one Tuesday on hole three on the Gogebic Country Club golf course. The third hole is 119 yard! and par three for the course Playing with Mrs. Neznansk at the time was Mrs. Leonard Beissel, Ramsay. This is Mrs. Neznanski's firs year as a member of the loca club. Raiders, Hawks Are Victorious In Tuesday morning's double- leader in the Ironwood Farm Baseball League, the Red Raider j downed the Bombers 6-2 In the first game and the Hawks defeated the Hustlers 5-1 In tht second game. With the score tied 2-2 going into the top of the third inning, the Red Raiders retired t h« Bombers three-up and three down. Then the Raiders blasted three singles to score two run* to take the lead. The Raiders again retired the Bombers, and scored two more runs in t h • fourth inning to cinch the victory. The winning pitcher was B. Domin with 10 strikeouts and the losing pitcher was K. Evanstad, striking out 11. Hurling an excellent game, M. Skaja kept the Hustlers down to two runs on two hits in tht last two innings of play. Th« Hawks scored three runs in the second inning and one run in each of the last two stanzas. Skaja posted 10 strikeouts for the Hawks and the losing pitchers were L. Johnson and P. Heikkala. Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RICHMOND, va.—Sugar Ray Robinson, 161, New York, out- pointed Young Joe Walcott, 159, Philadelphia, 10. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. .— Rory O'Shea, 157'/2, Chicago, stopped Charley Jordan, 158, Miami, Fla., 3. Slowpitch Softball Tournament August 14,15,21,22 Bruce Crossing, Michigan FIRST PRIZE-$100.00 All entry fees ($10) must b« in along with a 15-man roster, 21 and over (One Man/One Team) by Aug. Sih. Mail entries to Ed Saaranen, Bruce Crossing. Pleas* give return address so -we may mail you tournament rules. SPUR YOUR CAR WITH... "SPUR" GASOLINE GAL. REGULAR AL lAMONrS "SPUR" US-2 Ironwood Phont 932-1630

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