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six IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1965. \t- Cash of Tigers Continues His Comeback as Slugger Sparks Club to Win Over Yanks Farm League Plays Its Final Games; Fighters Cop Crown NEW YORK (AP) - Old slugger Norman Cash is pushing his new comeback and the Detrol* Tigers grow happier by the day. Cash, who only recently broke out of a virtually season-long [ slump, pounded a three-run ', homer in the eighth inning i w 13 FINAL STANDINGS Fighters Angels l! Red Raiders 10 Hustlers 8 Lions 7 Hawks 7 Bombers 5 Twins . 1 In the final standings Wednesday night in powering , tne ironwood Farm Baseba 1 1 L The Angels remain in the sec- 2 ond spot with an 11-4 tally, while 4 , the Rerl Raiders broke a dead- 6 lock with the Hustlers to take 8 | third mace with a 10-6 record. 8 The Hustlers hold the four t h 8 position with an 8-8 record. n The Lions and the Hawks are 15 knotted In fifth place with 7-8 records, and the Bombers are In of! seventh place with a 5-11 tally. DetroU to a 4-3 victory over j League the Fighters take the New York Yankees. I honors with a 13-2 record. The victory, giving Dave Wickersham his third straight triumph, also gave the Tigers a 2-1 edge in the series and put them Hi position to finish It off 3-1 In the concluding game to- j day. Denny McLain was to go after his ninth straight victory as top Detroic's pitcher against the Yanks' Frank Stottlemyre (115). McLain is 9-3. * * * The Tigers' late-game rally Wednesday night, climaxed by Cash's blast into the right field seats with two men on base indicated the Tigers can lay further claim to being a "never- say-difc' : team, as some admirers say. Up to the eight, rookie Jack Cullen had shut out Detroit on .five hi*s while the Yanks managed a 2-0 lead off Wickersham New York scored in the second on a walk, a single and a sacrifice fly and once more in the sixth on a hit batsman, Wickertham's .and a single. The Tigers fielding error performed their eighth inning mop-up in a hurry Pinch-hitter Gates Brown, batting for Wickersham, tripled home Bill Freehan after latter's leadoff single. the After Don Wert was thrown out, Steve Hamilton relieved Cullen and walked pinch-hitter Jake Wood, batting for Jerry Lumpp, and the stage was set for Cash. The veteran Stengel Is Fine After Operation The Twins remain in the cellar with a 1-15 record. In tlif last two games played In the league Wednesday morning, t,)n Red Raiders trounced the Hustlers 8-2 in the first game and the Bombers shut out the Twins 4-0 in the second Pulline; a surprise attack on the Hustlers in the first inning, the Rd Raiders tallied seven quick runs in the first inning NEW YORK (AP) — "Now j The Hustlers were then held, about that ball in my hip. I i scoreless until the fourth in-! don't know what kind it is butjning when they scored one run.) did I ever tell you about the i The Raiders also scored one 1 time I got a National League 5 run in the second. | ball right here, next to myj The winning pitcher was G.' ; heart? , Mariar.i with seven strikeou t s ' "I was playing with the i and the losing pitchers were L. Giants then and Burleigh, Johnsnr, and P. Heikkla, togeth- Grimes, who was with Pitts- e r striking out six. i burgh, threw a spltter that hit w. Blake slammed a triple for! me right there. You could see, the Raiders and Johnson and 1 TALKING THINGS OVER—Former Red Sox star Ted Williams, left, confers with Tony Conigliaro in dressing room at Boston's Fenway Park. Williams, one of baseball's great hitters, discussed Conigliaro's batting. Later Williams predicted the 20-year-old Swampscott sophomore will become a great player. (AP Wirephoto) Ellis Sparkles as Reds Break Koufax' Streak the imprint of the ball on skin as plain as day. The nurse was puzzled. '"That's a strange place to carry your identification, Mr. Heydler," she said. "I had trouble convincing her that my name was Charles Dillon Stengel and that the name John Heydler on my chest was just the imprint that came off the baseball. Heydler was president of the National League." Chances are that Stengel, recovering at Roosevelt Hospital following a hip operation Tuesday, hasn't told this story yet. But give him time. He'll get around to it and to many more stories before he leaves the hospital which, according to the doctors, should be in about three weeks. "Casey is doing fine." report- M. Jackson belted doubles for the Hustlers. With excellent hurling by K. Evanstad, the Bombers went on to win a shutout from the Twins Trie Twins came close to scoring oncp in the first inning base. Tie Bombers tallied a pair of runs in the first and second stanzas. Evanstad went the distan c e for the Bombers with 12 strike- By MURRAY CHASS Press Sports Writer When Sammy Ellis retires, he may be the only guy on the | snapped Koufax' winning streak at ll and moved to within two games cf the Dodgers. The victory put Ellis in a block with a sterling silver j class with Koufax. Don Drysdale and Juan Marichal, the lunch oaii. The Cincinnati right-hander took another step away from stranding a player on third carrying a two dollar pail, out- pitching Sandy Koufax in the Reds' 4-1 triumph over Los Angeles Wednesday night. Ellis stymied the National League leaders on four hits four being the only pitchers in the majors to have at least 14 victores this season. Ellis now is 14-6 while Koufax is 17-4. * * * And the showing the 24-year- old fireballer has made is pretty good for a guy who didn't know outs. The losing pitcher was L. | while the second-place Reds before the season started wheth- Kirley with eight strikeouts. " ' '""'" Two-Daggers were hit by P. Roberts for the Twins and Evanstad for the Bombers. Major League =Leaders s=s first baseman. 1 ed Dr p e ter LaMotte, who'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Who hasn't had a good year | headed the team of orthopedic since 1061 when his .361 average > surgeons that operated on Sten- led the American League, let > g e i. the count go to 2 and 0 against him and then smashed his 13th . homer The homer was Detroit's 22nd in the last nine games and was the first off Hamilton this season in his 31 appearances and 42 1-3 innings of work. Tonv Kubek homered off re- liefer Terry Fox in the eighth for New York's last run. Wickersham received credit In order to hasten Stengel's ability to walk, the doctors inserted a metal ball at the head of the bone where the socket meets the hip joint. Stengel, who will be 75 years old Friday, is not allowed visitors, except for wife Edna, and won't be for at least several more days. A special policeman has been assigned to patrol the area where he is confined to for his fourth victory. He has i make sure no one disturbs him. lost eight games, all of them in succession after his first victory. He allowed the Yanks only four hits in seven innings. DETROIT AB R H RBI Wert : ,3b ......... 5 0 2 0 Lumpe 2b 3 0 1 Wood ph-2b 0 1 0 Cash Ib 3 1 l Kaline cf 4 0 2 Horton If 4 0 0 McAulitfe ss 4 0 0 Demeier rf 4 0 l Freehan c 4 1 2 Wickersham p ... 1 0 0 Brown ph 1 1 1 Fox p 1 0 0 Totals 34 4 10 Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L Pet. G.B. 0 ; Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland Detroit Chicago 0 3 0 0 01 New York OjLos Angeles 0 j Washington 0 j Boston 11 Kansas City Oi 4 6 9 15 .588 .573 .542 .480 .460 17 .426 20>/ia .367 26 .340 28 AB R II RBli NEW YORK Richardson 2b ... 4 Kubek SF 4 Mantle If 4 Tresh rl 3 Howard c 4 Pepitone Ib ...... 3 Boyer 3b 4 Repoz cf 2 Cullen p 3 Totals . 31 DETROIT 000 000 040—4 NEW YORK 010 001 010—3 E—Freehan. DP — New York 1. LOB-Detroit 6, New York 5. 2B - Lumpe, Demeter. SB- Brown HR—Cash (13). Kubek) (4). SB—Kaline, Tresh. S—Wick-j Los Angeles ersham SF—Repoz. | Cincinnati IP H R ER BB SO I Milwaukee 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 0' 1 0 0 1 0 O! 1 0 3 63 37 .630 58 40 .592 57 40 55 41 52 44 49 53 46 54 43 58 36 62 32 62 Wednesday's Results Minnesota 8, Washington 1 Detroit 4, New York 3 Boston 6, Kansas City 0 Cleveland 4, Chicago 2 Baltimore 5, Los Angeles 1 Today's Games Detroit at New York Kansas City at Boston Chicago at Cleveland. N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cleveland at New York, N Detroit at Chicago, N Baltimore at Minnesota, N 41/3 American League Battiog (225 at bats) — Yas- trzemski, Boston, .341; Mantilla, Boston, .310. Runs—Oliva, Minnesota, 79; VersalleK, Minnesota, 72. Runs batted In — Killebrew, Minnesota, 69; Horton, Detroit, 67. Hits-Oliva, Minnesota, 125; Richardson, New York, 112. Doubles — Oliva, Minnesota, 28: Y'-iotrzemski, Boston, 25. Triples — Campaneris, Kansas City. 10; Aparicio, Baltimore, and Versalles, Minnesota, 8. Home runs—Horton, Detroit, and KU'ebrew, Minnesota, 22. Stolen bases Campaneris, Kansas City, 36; Cardenal, Los Angeles. 32. Pitching HO decisions) — Grant. Minnesota, 11-3, .786; Hall, Baltimore, 9-3, .750. Strikeouts — McDowell, Cleveland, 190: Lolich, Detroit, 142. All-Stars Defeat Hootenannys In area women's softball action Tuesday evening. Iron Belt! 77 Tap downed the Wakef i e 1 d squad 19-14. The winning pitcher was Pauline Zani and the loser was Eileen Gustafson. Home runs in the contest were hit by Gustafson, Cindy Minire and Ziemr>ick. Dorothy Willing connected for a triple. In the second game of the evening, the Ironwood Women's Softball League All-Star squad beat thp WJMS Hootenanny's by a 10-3 margin. Gayle Swanbeck was on the mound for the winners and Pat Livingston suffered the lo s s. Swanbeck had a double for the winners and Jill Roberts doubled for the losers. The Women's Softball League Tournament will be held at Rancla Field Aug. 10. Standings in the league are: W L Hootenanny's 9 0 St. James 5 4 Big John's 2 7 McKevitts 2 7 er he would be a reliever or a starter. He did know one thing, though. He didn't want to relieve. In other National League games Wednesday, Philadelphia edged Pittsburgh 1-0 in 14 innings, Milwaukee outlasted Houston 6-4, San Francisco de- National League Batting (225 at bats) — Clemente, Pittsburgh, .340; Aaron, Milwaukee, .325. Runs — Harper, Cincinnati, 87: Rose, Cincinnati, 76. Runs batted in—Banks. Chicago, 79; Johnson. Cincinnati. 77. Hits — Rose, Cincinnati, 131; Clem^nte, Pittsburgh, 127. Newton Breaks Par at Western BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP> — A pair of collegians heads a field of 180 players into today's second qualifying round _ ., ,„„,. - , of the 63rd Western Amateur Doubles -Williams, Chicago,, Golf Tournament, which has 30; Alien, Philadelphia, 24. I Triple." — Calllson, Philadelphia 12; Clemente, Pittsburgh, Washington at Kansas City, N Boston at Los Angeles, N W'sham 7 Fox 2 Cullen 71-3 H'miltori 0 Ramos 12-3 W — Wickersham (4-8) Hamilton (1-1). Hamilton faced 3 men in 8th. HBP-By Wickersham (Tresh). T—2:33. A—13,881. L — National League W. L. Pet. 60 43 57 44 54 43 G.B. San Francisco 53 .583 .564 .557 .552 .515 .500 .500 .471 .439 14'/a .320 26V2 10. Virginia Golf Tourney Set The 22nd Annual Virg i n i a Women's Northwest Golf Tour- nam?nt will be held at the Muni- ( clpal Golf Course Aug. 14 and j 15 in Virginia, Minn. j Three prizes will be awarded in each flight of play and a med- alist trophy will be award e d, along with the champions h 1 p trophy. All aiea women golfers are Invited to take part in'the tour* ney. Entry.fees and handicaps ifiust be In by Aug. ll. For further information 'concerning the two-day tournament 43 Philadelphia 51 48 Pittsburgh 51 51 St. Louis .... 50 50 Chicago 48 54 Houston .. . . 43 55 New York 32 68 Wednesday's Results Chu:ngo 7-9, New York 2-0 Cincinnati 4, Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee 6, Houston 4 San Francisco 8, St. Louis 5 Philadelphia 1, Pittsburgh 0 Today's Games New York at Chicago, 2 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Homo runs — Mays, San Francisco, 23; Callison, Philadelphia, Stargell, Pittsburgh, and McCovey, San Francisco, 22. Stolen bases — Wills, Los Angeles, 71; Brock, St. Louis. 42. Pitching (10 decisions)—Koufax, Los Angeles, 17-4, .810; Jay, Cincinnati. 8-3, .727. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 220; Gibson, St. Louis, 166. Norrie Posts Perfect Season STANDINGS W L Norrie 12 o Sleight 8 3 Newport 4 7 St. Ambrose 2 9 Central 2 9 turned into a classic struggle against par. Only 21-year-old Bill Newton, senior pre-med student at Michigan, broke par over the giant 7,000-yard Point o' Woods course Wednesday. The Big Ten champion drilled through a brisk wind for a 70, one stroke off the standard At 71 was NCAA titlist Marty Fleckman of Houston. One stroke behind was Bob Smith of Sacramento, Calif., who won the 1962 Holland and Austrian amateur titles while serving In the U.S. Army. After today's round, the field will be chopped to the 50 low scorers and ties for the 36-hole qualifying windup Friday. The 16 low scorers then enter two days of match play for the championship in what could be regarded as the major endurance contest in major golf. phha a n d Pttsburgh battled through 13 scoreless innings before Don Schwall walked three Phillies in the 14th and Alex Johnson beat out a two-out Infield single, driving in Cookie Rojas. The Pirates managed only five hits off Jim Bunning and Jack Baldschun. The Braves boosted their Ail- Star break to 13-4 as Denis Menke drove in two runs with a homer and a single and Ty Cline rapped three hits. Billy O'Dell saved Ken Johnson's llth victory against five defeats by pitching out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh. * * *• Dick Schofield and Jim Davenport each batted across two runs in P five-run second inning that carried the Giants past St. Louis Singles by Lou Brock, Ken Boyer and Phil Gagliano plus Ron Herbel's error helped St. Louis to three runs in the sixth. Dick Ellsworth 12-6 stopped New York on seven hits in the first game and received support from two-run homers by Ernie Banks and Ron Santo. Banks, whose homer was his 17th, singled before Santo connected for his 21bt Larry Jackson, 9-13, posted his 12th career victory over the Mets with a five-hitter in the night :ap. Billy Williams backed him with three hits, including a homer, and three runs batted in. If Twins Maintain Pace, AL Flag May Fly From Mayo Clinic's Roof Palmer Is Popular Favorite To Win Thunderbird Classic By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer HARRISON, N.Y. (API — Gary Player, the U.S. Open champion who is at the top of his game, is here. So is Jack Nicklaus, the big money-winner from Ohio whose Masters triumph stands as one of the most stunning in golf history. And defending champion Tony Lema, vintage stars Gene Sarazen and Sam Snead, and Billy Dalmahoy Golf Play Postponed Ry JOHN FARROW Associated Press Sports Writer DALMAHOY, Scotland (AP) —The first round of the $28,000 Dalmahoy Golf Tournament was postponed before it got started today because parts of the course were flooded. Hours of torrential rain had left hufre pools on the greens. The 72-hole tournament is scheduled to last three days. The weather sabotaged the tournament just as Raymond Floyd, 22-year-old American, the favorite with canny Scots had run into top form. He was saying- "This laddie looks like another Jack Nicklaus to us " Floyd, from St. Andrews, 111., defeated Eric Brown — the Scot with the 100 per cent match play ] record against the Americans In! Casper and Bruce Crampton three-time winners on the PGA circuit this year. But the focus of attention, the man with the biggest gallery and most persistent following of autograph seekers, remains Arnold Palmer. There is little doubt Palmer is the fans' favorite for the $100,000 Thunderbird Classic which opened today over Westchester Country Club's 6,573-yard course. The slumping slugger's progress in Wednesday's pro- am competition was closely watched, and there was a sizable ana enthusiastic crowd surrounding the green when he holed out on the 18th hole. Palmer closed with a rush, with birdies on three of the final four holes for a one-under- par 71. If Palmer is the popular favorite Player must rate as the realistic choice to take the top prize o. $20,000. The compactly built South African who won by 11 strokes in a special challenge tourney against Palmer and Nicklans last week, has been shooting well all year, and is satisfied with his current form. He and Lema carded 70s in the pro-am, topped by George Knudson and Miller Barber with 65s. Australia's Ken Nagle. loser in the U.S. Open playoff to Player, tied at 66 with Tommy Aaron and Gardner Dickinson, while Casper fired a 69 and Ryder coirmetition — There is a field of 149, which will be cut to the low 70 and ties rounds Ryder Cup match by firing a j brilliant seven-under-par 34-31— 65 in the rain. The British isles team won by 27 holes to 12 after torrential rain had cut late 18-hole singles matches to as little as 11 holes. Brown's victims in the Ryder Cup have been Lloyd Mangrum, Tommy Bolt, Jerry Barber and Cary Middlecoff. But as the Scot walked smil-1 Course, which opens its Livonia ing through the rain from Dal-! track Monday, pledged Wednes- mahoy'f 18th green after taking j dav to eliminate twin double a merciless beating from Floyd, wagerng if the betting gets out he said- "To lose by four holes' 0 * nan d after going around in 70 seems! Course officials made the incredible. But this boy is going j Pledge to State Racing Commisto be one of the world's greats. I sioner Berry Beaman after Bea- and if I had to lose to a Yank i]man threatened to ban the twin Twin Betting Ban Pledged DETROIT i AP>—Detroit Race am glad it was to him." An hour after Brown and Floyd had paddled in from the i double Two professional bettors were ordered off the Hazel Park waterlogged battlefront, the i * ra ck for violating track rules Gary Player and Kel Nagle not only played off for the U.S. Open title but they also were Norrie, of the Ironwood Jun- i head-to-head in the third round lor Miss Softball Lea g u e , when Player shot a 71 and Nagle a 72. in the playoff, Player 4 Exhibition Games Slated DETROIT (AP)—Three exhibition games in the state and one in northern Ohio were announcer 1 by the Detroit Pistons Thursday The Pistons will play the Cincinnati Royals in the second half of a National Basketball Association doubleheader on Monday, Oct 4 at Cobo Hall In Detroit. New York and Baltimore will play in the first game of the unique NBA exhibition twin bill. Baltimore and the Pistons will square off at Bay City Central High on September 29 and the New York Knickerbockers and Pistons will play at Holland October 8. The Bullets and Pistons will also meet at Archbold, Ohio, September 28. tournament was abandoned with the score counting as the matches stood. Kernan Quits Northland Job ASHLAND — Ed Kernan, has resigned as director of athletics and head basketball coach at Northland College in Ashland. He also has served as chairman of the division of physical education and placement director at the liberal arts college. Kernan will accept an administrative post at another college. Head coach since 1955, K e r- nan guided the Lumberjacks to three Badger-Gopher conference championships. His teams competed in the NAIA district 14 playoffs three times. He also coached the golf team last spring and in the past was head baseball and tennis coach and assistant football coach. As chairman of the division of physical education, Kernan was instrumental in securing a certified minor program for men and women. During the past year the new athletic field and the new physical education building developed at his direction, were opened for intercollegiate and intramural athletics and for physical education classes. Wolverines to Tour Overseas ANN ARBOR (AP) — Michigan's Big Ten basketball champions wli' leave Saturday on the first lee- of an overseas tour of four countries from August 1-29. The "/olverines, runners-up in the NCAA tournament after being named the No. 1 team in the country last season, will visit Egypt, Greece, Turkey and Algeria In the U.S. State Department-sponsored tour. The 11-man squad is accompanied by coach Dave Strack and assistant coach Jim Skala. N New York at Philadelphia, N i clinche* the league champion- Chicago at Pittsburgh, N slll P for tne second straight sea- Houston at Cincinnati. N !son as . n wound «P "»e season Los Angeles at St. Louis, N !P la y. wllh a P erfect 12 '° record san Francisco at Milwaukee. I Jf9 rnc w , as f, lso victorious in this yeai s All-star game. in Wednesday evening's first game, Sleight captured seco n d place with a 15-0 shutout over Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO — Fighting Harada, 121%, Japan, outpointed Katsu- yoshl Salto, 119%, Japan, 12. Nontltle SAN FRANCISCO - Denny Newport and Norrie came on to win the second game by a 11-4 margin over St. Ambrose. The league will wind up Its schedule on Monday with Newport meeting Central in the Moyer 158, Portland, Ore., out-(opener ?.nd Sleight will tangle had 71, Nagle 74. Slowpitch Softball Tournament August 14, 15, 21,22 Bruce Crossing, Michigan FIRST PRIZE-$100.00 All entry feet (110) must b« in along with a IS-man rciUr, 81 and over (One Man/One Team) by Aug. 5th. Mall entries to Ed Saaranen, Bruce Crossing. Please Mrs/'Robert Berlin','pointed Jimmy '-Lester, 155 1 /-,' with St • Ambros'eftn the''finaTaf" aiv * r * turn address »o "we may 14unjciapj Coif Course, Virginia, j San Francisco, 10. j Jair. I rna " you tournament rules. USE Zephyr Gasoline POP CASE of 24 ST I 69 plus bottl. deposit WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS FRIDAY " D "* u StarhpDqy! DAVE'S ZEPHYR SERVICE Corner of Suffolk and Frederick Sts. Ironwood Zephyr by purchasing tickets from winners of the first two of the twin double's four races and exchanging them for the second two races. They reputedly won half a million dollars. While no violation of law, this practice is against the Michigan racing code. Detroit Race Course said it will run the four twin double races consecutively, reducing the time for offending ticket purchases to a minimum. At Hazel Park the twin usually was on the fifth and sixth races to start and then the eighth and ninth races. Hazel Park closes its season 'Saturday. • A newspaper survey indicated that Detroit area tracks are among the few in the country that offer the twin double. The Thoroughbred Racing Association and the National Association of State Racing Commissioners disapprove the twin. By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer If the Minnesota Twins maintain their current pace, th* American League pennant may wind up flying from the roof of the Mayo Clinic. Camilo Pascual, Minnesota's top pitcher, became a prospective hospital resident Wednesday n'sht but the league-leading Twins kept rolling — thanks to a player on the way to the operating table and one who's been there. Tony Oliva, who plans to hav« the painful bone chip In a finger removed after the season, rapped five hits and Gary Rog- genburk, sidelined all of last year after an arm operation, pitched £ 1-3 strong innings In relief of Pascual as the Twins walloped Washington 8-1. Pascual, 8-3 this season and twice a 20-game winner, started against the Senators after learning he must undergo surgery for removal of a newly-discovered tumor on the back of his pitching am- He took a 3-0 lead Into the fourth Inning but was unable to continue. * * * Oliva, whose batting average has soared from .268 to 308 since July 1, and the 6-foot-6 Roggenburk provide the necessary first aid against Washington, enabling the Twins to retain a four-game bulge in the standings. Dick Brown's two-run double in the seventh inning paced second-place Baltimore to a 5-1 victory over Los Angeles and a third-place Cleveland remained 4 Vu ganiet- out by topping Chicago 4-2 or Fred Whltfleld's two- run homer in the eighth. Detroit edged New York 4-3 on Norm Cash's three-run homer in the eighth and Boston blanked Kansas City 6-0 behind right-hander Bill Monbouquette in other American League games. Baltimore, held to two hits by Fred Newman for six innings, struck for three runs in the seventh, enabling Steve Barber to win his ninth game. Newman, who homered for the Angels' run, took his eight loss. * * * Whitfleld's 14th homer, after a walk to Leon Wagner in the eighth, snapped a 2-2 tie at Cleveland and sent the White Sox dovm to the ninth defeat in the last 10 games. The Indians had tied it in the seventh on Pedro Gonzalez" single, two infield outs and a bunt single by Larry Brown The Tigers scored all their runs In the eighth after rookie Jack Cullen had checked them on five hits in his first major league start. Cash's homer was the first, this year off Yankee reliever Steve Hamilton, who made his 31st appearance in relief of Cullen. Monbouquette survived leadoff hits in six innings while picking up his first victory since July 4 while Carl Yastrzemski and Lee Thomas homered for the Rec! Sox. Boston, however, lost Tony Conigliaro when he was hit by a pitch and suffered a hair-line fracture of his right- wrist. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Sammy Ellis, Cincinnati, pitched a four-hitter and struck out 12 as the Reds snapped Sandy Koufax' ll-gamc winning streak and trimmed the National League-leading Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1. BATTING — Tony Oliva, Minnesota, rapped five singles, scored three runs, drove in two and stole two bases, sparking the American League-leading Twins to an 8-1 triumph over Washington. Pairings Pit State Golfers DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP)—The luck of the draw pitted two of Michigan's three entrants against each other In third round match play today in the Trans-Mississippi Golf Tournament. PaUl Shook of Saglnaw faced Joyce Kazmierski of Detroit. Miss Shook advanced by defeating Mrs. Paul Graham of El Dorndo, Kan., 3 and 2, In the second round Wednesday. Miss Kazmierski eliminated Mary Lowell of Hayward, Calif., 1 up ir 19 holes. Sharon Miller of Battle Creek faced Carol Jean Sorensen of Racine, Wis., today. Miss Miller defeat'/i 1 Ann Brecunier of Waterloo. Iowa, 1 up, Wednesday. FOR PARTY PERFECT COCKTAILS,.. Seagrams EXTRA DRY GIN 3 89 fifth Tribuho Vermouth 29 fifth Dry or Sweet 1 New FUU GAUON CANS Gelttonfln's All PHc** Inelud* Wisconsin SaUi Tax 205 Silver St. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. Hurlty, Wisconsin DIAL 561-4300

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