Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 2, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, August 2, 1965
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MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1765. B. Orlich Wins Women's Race Another estimated crowd o f 3,500 fans packed the Qogebic County Fairgrounds Sund ay evening to enjoy the excitment and colorama of the area's fastest growing Sunday night sport, stock car racing. Sunday's races, nine in all, were highlighted by a women's race in which 18 women sported the racing helmets and took the wheels of some of the hottest cars on the Range. Winner of the "Powder Puff Derby" was Bonnie Orlich in car 88. The following are the results of the eight men's races, the winning driver and the number of the car: Time trials —Winner, Harold Lindstrom, car 1000; second, Robert Root, car 36; third, Dave Berlin, car 2140; fourth, Bud Shutte, car 54. First race — Winner, Dale Sain, car 16; second, Ned Aidrich, car 4; third, John Dietel, car 151/2; fourth, Jim Ranaci- ania, car 144. Second race — Winner, "Red D'Antonio, car 2; second, Dave Meleski, car 111; third, Ray Stevens, car 7Va; fourth, Joe Kasuta, car 66. Third race — Winner, Tom Dean, car 17M; second, Jerry Plummer, car 35; third, Bud Charles, car 5; fourth, Jim DelFalvaro, car 13. Fourth race — Winner, Don Butch, car 49; second, Bud Johnson, car 5-8; third, Ed Saari, car 8; fqurth, Roger Londo, car 88. Fifth race — Winner, Ned Aldridge, car 4; second, Harold Lindstrom, car 1000; third, Dutch Vukelich, car 20; fourth, Bob Dean, car 17. Sixth race — Winner, Moon Sain, car 28; second. Gary Johnson, car 1; third, Jack Brown, car 777; fourth, George Mead, car 7. Seventh race — Winner, Bob Mattson, car 3; second, Moon Sain, car 28; third, Gerry Tanka, car 41; fourth, Don Burle, car 49. Eighth race —Winner, Ned Aldridge, car 4; second, Bud Charles, car 5; third, "Red D'Antonio, car 2; fourth, Joe Roseita, car 66. A total of 51 cars entered the racing program which for the third week in a row, sets a new high. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN NINE State, tackle James Shaffer of Miami of Ohio, and Fullback Dave Miller of Montana State. Veteran defensive back Dick (Night Train) Lane failed to show up on schedule at Sunday's general sessions of the Lions and for a time there was concern However, within a few hours Lane arrived and all was apparently well. Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESES American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota . 65 38 .631 — Baltimore .. 59 42 .584 5 Cleveland .. 59 43 .578 5>/ 2 Detroit 57 44 .564 7 Chicago ... 55 46 .545 9 New York . 52 55 .486 15 Los Angeles 48 55 .466 17 Washingt'n 45 60 .429 21 Boston 38 46 .372 26'/2 Kansas City 34 65 .343 29 Saturday's Results Boston 4, Los Angeles 3 Minnesota 2, Baltimore 1, 11 innings Chicago 4, Detroit 3 New York 7, Cleveland 6 Kansas City 5, Washington 4 Sunday's Results Los Angeles 5, Boston 4, 11 innings Baltimore 7, Minnesota 6 Washington 3-2, Kan. City 2-3 Chicago 1-1, Detroit 0-2 New York 10-1, Cleveland 6-4 Today's Games Baltimore at Minnesota • Detroit at Chicago, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Baltimore at Los Angeles, N Boston at Kansas City, N New York at Chicago, N Detroit at Cleveland, N Washington at Minnesota, 2, twi-night 10 Cut From Lions' Squad DETROIT (AP) — Ten rookies were cut from the Detroit Lions roster Sunday by Coach Harry Gllmer after the end 01 three days of rookie training. The National Football League team cut fullback Fred Beler of the University of Detroit, fullback William Johnson of Maryland State, flanker back Preston Love of Nebraska, halfback Warden Ward of Virginia Union, linebacker Richard Teets of Vanderbllt, tackle Owen McKay of Florida A&M, tackle Fred Buss of Wichita, defensive back Jack Jacobson of Oklahoma National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 62 44 .585 — Cincinnati . 60, 45 .571 IVi Milwaukee . 56 45 .554 San Fran. .. 55 45 .550 4 Phila'phia . 54 49 .524 6'/<> Pittsburgh ..54 53 .505 8'/a Hougston .... 44 58 .431 16'4 New York ..34 71 .324 27Vi Saturday's Results Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 6 New York 4, Philadelphia 3, 11 innings Cincinnati 11, Houston 4 San Francisco 3, Milwaukee 1 St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 3 Sunday's Results Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 2 Philadelphia 3, New York 2 Milwaukee 4-6, San Fran. 2-3 Pittsburgh 8-3, Chicago 2-1 Cincinnati 6-6, Houston 4-7 Today's Games San Fran, at Milwaukee, N Los Angeles at St. Louis, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh at New York, N Chicago at Philadelphia, N San Fran, at Cincinnati; N Los Angles at Milwaukee, N Houston at St. Louis, 2, twl night Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Jose Torres, 182, New York outpointed Tom McNeeley, 204 Boston, 10. non-title. NQEVO LAREDO. Mex. — Manuel Avitia, 145'/2, Mexico outpointed Gaspar Ortega 145'/2, Mexico, 10. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT ADS Nicklaus Edges Player for Title HARRISON, N.Y. (AP)—Jack Nicklaus, the mighty belter from Ohio, edged South Africa's Gary Player in their down-to;he-wire duel Sunday for $20,000 top money in the Thunderbird Golf Classic. He clinched the victory with a pair of precise shots that led to birdies on the final two holes. Nicklaus fired his fourth successive sub-70 round over the WestcLester Country Club's compact west course — a four- under-par 68. That, along with earlier rounds of 67, 66 and 69, ?ave him a 72-hole of 270 and a iwo-stroke margin over Player, who posted a 71. Nicklaus, who repeatedly drove the greens with his explosive tee shots and whipped his long irons for phenomenal yardage, boosted his leading money- winning total for the year to $89,700. Ho won the Memphis Open, in addition to the Masters, and has been in the first five in 12 of his 15 tourneys this year. Player earned $12,000 for second, while Gardner Dickinson, who zoomed into third at 275 with a 67 over Westchester's well-tailored 6,573-yard layout, won $6,000. Next came Bobby Nichois with a 68 for 276. Billy Casper soared to a 74 after being in prime contention and finished at 277. Arnold Palmer improved to a 69, tying for llth at 280, and Tony Lema, who won $20,000 as Thunderbird champion last year, managed a $511 paycheck for a 285. Ralston and trying to wear down his 31-year-old teammate. Richardson dropped his service four times, the final one in the llth game of the third set. It pushed Mexico out front by 6-5 and set the stage for a sparkling love game behind Palafox's service to close out the match. Packers Ask Waivers on 4 DE PERE, Wls. (AP) — The Green Bay Packers have asked waivers on four rookies including ninth-round draft choice Larry Bulaich, a halfback from Texas Christian University. The cuts reduced the Packers' roster to 59 players, including 21 rookies 9ut of an original crop of 35. National Football League teams must cut their rosters to 40 players before the season opens. Placed on the waivers list along with Bulaich were three free agents, Tom Hespos, a quarterback from C.W. Post; Lou Williams, a halfback from Iowa, and C.D. Lowery, a defensive back from Utah. Rookie halfback Bill Symons of Colorado turned in the longest run of a Saturday scrimmage in the rain. Symond broke through the left side for a 50-yard touchdown run on the last play. Mexico City Cleans Up for Olympics MEXICO CITY (AP) — The grime of centuries is being scrubbed from ancient buildings as Mexico City gets ready to play host to the 1968 Olympic games. Structures so old they are considered national monuments dot this capital of 5.5 million. City officials have ordered the old structures cleaned up, and once dark buildings are emerging ivory or almost white. Auto Race Won By Rutherford ATLANTA, Ga. (AP)—Johnny Rutherford took advantage of A.J. Foyt's advice and bad luck Sunday to win the $17,450 first prize in the Championship 250, a race for Indianapolis - type cars. The average speed for the race was 141.660 miles per hour. Foyt, of Houston, Tex., driving his rear-engine Ford with daring even his pit crew coultin t understand, was running away with the 250-mile race. He had lapped every driver on the IV^-mile high banked track Meantime, Rutherford, of Fort Worth, Tex., and Billy Foster of Victoria, B.C., both in rear-en- gine Fords, were battling it out for second place. But on the 108th lap, or near the end of 162 miles, Foyt broke his rear suspension, spun into a wall and was knocked out of the race. Foyt, his car on fire, leaped from the cockpit unhurt "A J has been a lot of help to me," Rutherford said after the race. "He's given me a lot of tips on this car and has it where it will almost run as fast as his." Foyt, who had won the pole position in world record time of 166.512 miles per hour, opened up a long lead early and at the end of 55 miles had lapped everybody in the starting field of 29 except three drivers. Mario Andretti, the rookie from Nazareth, Pa., finished second, a lap back of Rutherford in an Offenhauser. Foster was third, while fourth place went to Jim Hurtubise of North Tonawanda, N.Y., in a Novi. Twin Double Betting Banned HAZEL PARK (AP)—The controversial twin double betting feature will be missing at the opening of the 57-night meeting of the Hazel Park Raceway Thursday, track president Don MacFarlane said. MacFarlane told the state racing commission the track will eliminate the four-race betting feature while observing its operation at the Detroit Race Course for a week. The twin double came under fire recently because of allegedly unauthorized operations by some professional bettors. Earlier, Detroit Race Course racing commissioner Berry Beaman said the Detroit Race Course would be given six days to determine whether it could police the twin double and avoid operations contrary to rules set up by the racing commission. Mexicans Bid For Net Crown By MIKE COCHRAN Associated Press Sports Writer DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — Spurred by a splendid doubles victory, the Mexican Davis Cup team launched an uphill bid today to seize the American Zone championship from the United States. Faced with the monumental task are Rafael Osuna and Antonio Palafox, who must sweep both singles matches from Dennis Ralston and Arthur Ashe. Osuna, Mexico's finest tennis player, squared off against top- ranked Ralston and Palafox challenged Ashe, the amazing young Negro who stunned Osuna in the opener Saturday. Osuna and Palafox brought Mexico back from the brink of elimination Sunday "with an 8-6, 6-4, 7-5 triumph over Ralston and Ham Richardson. It left Mexico trailing two matches to one. 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