Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 5, 1965 · Page 24
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, August 5, 1965
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EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1965. Ironwood V to Play in Little League Tourney Friday Local All-Stars To Face Madison '9' at Green Bay Indians Outfox Tigers to Win Sharp Defensive Duel by 4-1 play that CLEVELAND (API — Home running and tight runs and the lively ball don't killed Tiger rallies. always make the difference in ! Cleveland won the game with this era of baseball. j a three-run attack in the fourth A sharp defensive duel, in ! inning on Max Alvis' 17th home . T ,,n T ,, „ i which the Cleveland Indians ' run and some fancy work on the The Ironwood Little Lea ig u outfoxed the Detroit Tigers Incases. "- 0 *""" ........ "" a clinching series of plays, Alvis started it with a one-out ' ' marked Wednesday night's 4-1 homer, tying the score 1-1. The Cleveland victory All-Stars, winners of the Upper Peninsula championship, will head south to Green Bay «.,_,,..„.,„ . JV ,,.. U1 , .Indians then filled the bases about 6 a.m. Friday to take part Orantedi s o n n y Siebert I when Sparma walked two men pitched a nifty four-hitter for!and permitted an infield hit by Cleveland in beating Joe Spar- Sietaert. and Saturday at Alluex Little League Field at Green Bay. The 15-member squad is comprised of players from all the teams In the Ironwood Little League circuit and inclu d e s Norm Backon, Waiko Spetz, Bill Inch, Tom Kostac, George Butson, Jim Lutey, Bob Jacquart, Tom Fudaly, Jim Cisewski, Bob Meyers, Larry Passint, Rod Tafelski, Joe Komaromy and Jim Pachmayer. Three managers have been working with the boys since the team was organized to play in I the Little League tourney and they are Victor Bulinski, George Butson and Bill Ceccon. Inclu- < ded in the traveling team is the all-important batboy. Chuck Bulinski. The team managers have announced that the team will play its first game in the state tourney at 3 p.m. Friday and their opponent will be Madison West. Immediately following the Ironwood-Madison West contest, Menasha and Wisconsin Rapids will, tangle and the winners of those two games will meet at 2 Saturday afternoon for the state crown. There will be no game played for consolation honors. League officials have stat e d that their goal of $200 to help finance the travel expenses for the boys has nof been reached and anyone wishing to contribute to this cause is asked to contact any one of the managers of the squad or the National Metals bank, Ray Smeeth's Sport ing Goods or Shea's Citgo Service, all of Ironwood. ma. But the final result came from the Indians' flashy base- 4-Way Tie in County League STANDINGS W Porky's 12 Old Office 8 Johnny's 8 Srnittie's 8 White Birch 8 Last East 4 City Hotel 3 Petrusha's 1 Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Sonny Siebert Cleveland, pitched a four-hitter for his 12th victory against six defeats as the Indians defeated 4-1. BATTING — Dick Stuart Philadelphia, drove in four runs, two with his 19th homer leading the Phillies to a 7-2 vie tory over the Chicago Cubs. L 1 5 5 5 5 9 10 12 A four way tie for the second spot in the Iron County Slow-Pitch Softball League standings adds some tension to the action as he league looks forward to its linal week of play for the 1965 season. Porky's clinched the leag u e crown two weeks ago and now sports a league-leading 12-1 record. The Old Office squad, Johnny's Bar, Smittle's Tap and the White Birch Inn all claim the number two spot with identical 8-5 tallies, while Last East is in the number six position with a 4-9 count. City Hotel is in the number seven spot with a 3-10 record and Petrusha's hoi d s down the league bottom place with a 1-12 tally. A pair of the teams will meet head-on in Monday's action and will be attempting to settle the four-way dispute. The full schedule for n e x With Pedro Gonzalez on third, Duke Sims on second and Siebert on first, Larry Brown bounced to Jerry Lumpe. Gonzalez scored while Lumpe threw out Brown at first. Siebert was trapped in a rundown between Lumpe and Cash but escaped and returned safely o first base while Sims raced home with the third run. The Tigers got their only run on Don Demeter's 12th homer in he top of the third. Cleveland jot its last run in the seventh off reliever Larry Sherry when locky Colavito singled with Brown on third. The defeat prevented Detroit Tom tying Cleveland for third place in the American League and made it incumbent on the Tigers to win tonight's conclud- ,ng series game in order to get a 6-6 even split on the road. Hank Aguirre (10-7) is due to pitch tonight against Sam Mc-| Dowell (11-7) of the Indians. Siebert, striking 'out nine Tigers, did a good job in registering his 12th victory against six defeats but he also was grateful to support in the field. Brown threw out Willie Horton when Willie tried to score from third on Bill Freehan 's smash to short in the second inning. One was out at the time and Demeter was on first. An Indian double play and Colavlto's snap throw from short right field checked a Detroit attack in the third. After the double play, Norm Cash walked and was cut down at the plate when he tried to go all the way around on Al Kaline's single. Tuesday's games will see Petru sha's'Bai taking on the White Birch Inn at Bessemer, the Old Office crew will tangle wi t h Johnny's Tap at Mercer, the Last East team will play the City Hotel unit at Montreal and Srnittie's will meet Porky's at Hurley. All-Star Team Has Weapons to Upset Browns CHICAGO (AP) ons that brought - The weap- Head Coach Otto Graham's All-Stars upset victories over National Football League champions In 1958 and 1963 again are ready in his ar- Fans Riot Over Controversial Elorde-Narvaez Bout Decision By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Parts of Madison Square Garden looked like a disaster area early today following what old-timers called the worst riot in the 40-year history ol the famed sports arena. Surprisingly, in view of the damago and heavy objects thrown, only a few people were hurt tn the 25-mlnute riot. It all stemmed from a contro- senal for Friday night's clashUerslal split decision awarded to with the Cleveland Browns. They are: 1. A scrambling quarterback. Graham has named scurrying Roger Staubach, a Navy ensign and 1963 Heisman Trophy world junior lightweight champion Flash Elorde of the Philippines over 11-5 favored Frankie Narvafz a Puerto Rican-born New Yorker, in a non-title 10- roundei Wednes'day night. winner, as his starting quarter- Poline said five persons, two back. ' policeman and a fireman, were 2. A breakaway pass-catcher.! taken to St. Clare's Hospital. That would be sprinter Bob! Five New Yorkers, including Hayes, the world's fastest hu-lthe alleged brick thrower, were man. of Florida A&M. ! arrester! and booked on mali- FISIIING POND—A new highlight of the U.P. State Fair at i 3 ' A consistent place kicker, j c i ous mischief, a misdemeanor Escanaba, Aug. 17-22, will be the fishing pond._Fair Manager i Ya ie's Chuck Mercein fits the; One O f the five — Jesus Valez, bill. He set Ivy League records j the alleged brick tosser — also last year by booting 19 of 22 ex-; were Booked for felonious as- tra points and five of nine field, sail ] t anc > another on a charge of „ .. .;. . .„ .. , ... . .goals — three in one game, in-; endaneenng public health for catches Zebco, the four-pound "bandit trout" which will also !cludln . f a pa i r from 48 to 46 a ii eEe ciiv attempting to throw a w» nl. A. n-Ani-l n n 4-1 n rv £f\t* *• VM-\ lllj-llr-1* rt »•* *T 1 f% Y» C* 1 •»/"»« r»-» O ^~M-\ 11 O Itttl^rttl'mifl !*•*»*• fO ! yards. \ fire extinguisher into the crowd. ' The collegians have won only; * + * Cliff Perras, states that the pond will be housed in a special tent and will be stocked with rainbow, brook, brown and tiger trout and all persons that catch a fish will be able to keep it. An added incentive will be the awarding of $100 to anyone that Demeter's homer in the fourth was the last hit off Siebert. The Indian pitcher retired' the last 14 men to face him in the game. Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK — Flash Elorde, outpointed 135%, New 135V 2 , Manila, Frankie Narvaez, Fork, 10. Clauss Continues to Lead Archery Tourney LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — George Clauss of Saginaw boosted his point total to 1,635 Wednesday and continued to lead the professional division of the National Archery Association's championship tourney. DETROIT Wert 3b 3 Lumpe 2b 4 Cash Ib 3 Kaline rf 4 Horton If 4 Demeter cf 3 AB R H BI McAuliffe ss Freehan c .. Sparma p .. G. Brown ph Totals 3 3 2 , 1 30 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 make good eating for the lucky angler. Shown above is the trout pond that was so popular at the recent New York City outdoor show. Indians' Siebert Cleans Up in AL After Solving Dust Allergy three of the last 15 games with' Cries of "robbery" and By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Sonny Siebert has swept the dust under the carpet, and now he's cleaning up in the American League. The Cleveland ace recorded his J2th victory Wednesday night, pitching a four-hitter as the Indians defeated Detroit 4-1. After Don Demeter homered in the fourth inning, Siebert allowed only one baserunner — Don Wert on fifth-inning walk — and retired the final 14 batters hi faced. Thus, the Tigers didn't have a chance to raise the dust against Siebert who had troubles with dust at the start of the season, only he didn't know that was the source of his trouble. "For the first couple of months of the season," Siebert explained, "they treated me for compile a 12-6 record with a 'J.21 earned run average. The victories are the most for the Indians and second most in the American League. Elsewhere in the AL Wednesday night, Minnesota edged Washington 4-3 for its fifth one- run victory in six days, New York nipped Chicago 4-3 in 13 innings, Baltimore swept Los Angeles 6-5 and 8-0 and Boston defeated Kansas City 5-1. The Indians backed Siebert vith three runs in the fourth 01 colds, and nothing helped. But one day I was talking to a furni- SIX-PACK SPECIAL *SCHLITZ *BLATZ *BUDWEISER •frHAMMS *PABST 6 12-oz. throw-away bottles $105 CLEVELAND L .Brown ss 2 Hinton cf 4 Wagner If 2 Colavito rf 3 AB R H BI 1 Whitfield Ib ... Alvis 3b Gonzalez 2b ... Sims c .. Siebert p Totals Detroit Cleveland E—L. Brown, 4 4 3 , 1 . 4 27 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 7 ture dealer who noticed my trouble. He told me it sounded like the same dust allergy he ad." * * * Siebert went to an allergist, who agreed with the furniture dealer's diagnosis and pres- ribed shots. 'IVe been taking them since, and it's helped a lot," the pitch added. The shots have helped Siebert . 000 100 00—1 000 300 lOx—4 Siebert. DP— INC. TAX Seagrams Seven Crown AMERICA'S BIG WEEKEND FAVORITE! fifth $429 Detroit 2, Cleveland 1. LOB— Detroit 5, Cleveland 8. 2b — Gonzalez. HR—Demeter (12), Alvis (17). IP H R ER BB SO Sparma 6 43364 Sherry 2 31121 Siebert 9 41129 W—Siebert (12-6). L—Sparma (7-5). HBP—by Sparma (Wagner), by Siebert (Demeter). WP— Sparma. T—2:51. A—17,796. 4 All Prices Include Wisconsin Sales Tax George's Package Liquors 205 Silver SI. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. Hurley, Wisconsin DIAL 561-4300 Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESi National League W. L. Pet. G.B ,os Anegels . 63 46 .578 — Cincinnati ... 60 47 .561 2 Milwaukee .. 58 46 .558 2 1 San Fran. ... 57 46 .553 3 Phila 55 50 .524 6 Pittsburgh .. 56 53 .514 7 St. Louis 54 53 .505 8 ihicago 51 59 .464 12V Houston 45 60 .429 16 New York ... 34 73 .318 28 Wednesday's' Results Milwaukee 4-2, Los Angele Ex-Golf King Is Recovering NEW YORK (AP) — Walter Hagen, the world's top golf professional 40 years ago who underwent a throat operation for cancer July 27, is making satisfactory progress, a spokes man for St. Vincent's Hospital said Wednesday night. Hagen, now 72, retired from the sport in the mid-1930s after a fabulous career in which he won five PGA chaihpionships two U.S. Opens and four British Opens. He is not permitted any visitors, except for his son, the hospital spokesman said. THIS COUPON WORTH 50 EXTRA FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS CAVE'S ZEPHYR SERVICE WITH ANY PURCHASE OF $2.00 OR MORE! Offer good through Wednesday, August 19th Corner of Suffolk & Frederick Sts. Ironwood the over-all series sponsored by Chicago Tribune Charities Inc.. with nine victories to 20 for the pros. Two games were tied. The Browns are a solid 14'-j point favorite Friday night. The game, at Soldier Field, is expected to draw 70,000 and will be televised and broadcast by ABC starting at 9 p.m.. EST. Along with Staubach in the starting backfield, Graham has named halfback Pat Donnelly of Navy, fullback Ken Willard of North Carolina and Hayes, who can run the 100 yards in 9.1. The starting defensive horde averages near 250 pounds through the line. Included is All- America linebacker Dick Butkus of Illinois, co-captain of the the NFL champions and trail _ln ., thlevcs> . from lrate Narvaez backers in the crowd of 6.918 rang out after it was announced two officials had voted for Elorde five rounds to four with one even, giving the Filipino underdog the decision. The other official voted for Narvaez. 72 with one even. The Associated Press scorecard had it even, five rounds for each, after a lively, bloody fight In which no knockdowns were scored. A ringside poll showed a nning. Max Alvis ignited the squad with Staubach -».i^l-Minr-.+- itrifVi Viir" 1T+-V* Virti-Vi a t'lin s^«.l.«... AllOfoY* n 1 3-3 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3 10 innings Philadelphia 7, Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 3, New York 0 St. Louis 9, Houston 4 Today's Games Pittsburgh at New York, N Chicago at Philadelphia, N Los Angeles at Milwaukee, N San Francisco at Cincinnati, N Houston at St. Louis, N Friday's Games Chicago at New York, N Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N Houston at Milwaukee, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N San Francisco at St. Louis, N outburst with his 17th home run. and the: other runs came across on an infield grounder. Gonzalez scorerl as Larry Brown grounded to second baseman Jerry and Duke Sims raced lome ns the Tigers tried in vain to nail Siebert in a rundown. + •* * Jerry Kindall's leacloff, pinch- hit homer off Howie Koplitz pulled Minnesota into a 3-3 tie in the ninth, and minutes later Jimmie Hall singled in Zoilo Versalies with the winning run. The Yankees edged the White Sox on Tom Tresh's leadoff homer against Eddie Fisher in the 13th Tresh earlier singled in a run. The White Sox tied the game in the ninth on singles by Dave Nicholson, Smoky Burges: and Danny Cater. For Burgess, it was his 109th career pinch hit. Jerry Adair's run-scoring single climaxed a four-run, eighth- inning uprising that gave Baltimore the first-game victory Brooks Robinson drove out starter Dean Chance with a two run double in the inning. Robinson and Dick Brown each rapped two doubles, supporting Dave McNally's five hitter in the nightcap. Adaii collected three more hits, driving in the Orioles' first run with a single. A bunt single by pitcher Dave Morehead brought in Jim Gosger with the run that put Boston ahead of Kansas City to stay. Morehead, however, needed relief help from Dick Radatz. Bert Campaneris set an Athletics' club record by stealing his 38th base. Other All-Star quarterbacks are Notre Dame's John Huarte, ;he 1964 Heisman Trophy winner, who again will have his Irish teammate, end Jack Snow, as a potential target, California's Craig Morton and Michigan's Bob Timberlake. by its rules, one of which makes it mandatory to divided a contest that has more than 12 entries on a half-mile track, the extra events will be necessary. Thete will be two trots and two paces scheduled for both days. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 13-14. This means eight heats of action, with the first outing on Friday starting at 2 p.m. and the first on Saturday getting underway at 1:30 p.m. 13-9 edge for Narvaez with -four write.'s calling It even. The riot went off* like a delayed bomb explosion. When tht fighters left the ring for their dressing rooms, some of th« fans started throwing paper cups, coins, cigar butts and other light objects. ' Then the whisky bottles started and smashing and part of the crowd went berserk. Five-chair sections wert tossed like matchsticks from the mezzanine and side arenas onto the ring floor. Fire axes and fire extinguishers, light bulbs, sections of metal railings, wooden slats were heaved into the ringside sections. * * * Windows and telephone booths were smashed. The rioting spectators fought with the special police, then laughed, jeered and defied them from a distance. They picked up the organ In the side 'or'ge and pitched It five feet to the floor below. At this stage the special policemen — 60 of them and 20 more than normal according to a Garden spokesman — seemed helpless to quell the rioters. The rioting went on for about 25 minutes Inside the arena and then spread to the lobby, the streets, and the subway below. City police and firemen quelled the riot outside. Inside, the special police finally subdued the last holdouts with a fire hose in a side arena corridor. Asked for an estimate of the damage. John F. X. Condon, the Garden's boxing publicity director, said, "Offhand, it looks like more than $10,000." Elorde, who had lost his only previous New York fight nine years ngo, had been a 7-5 favorite up to the noon weigh-In. Although it took Narvaez three trips to the scale to make the agreed upon 136 pounds, the odds favoring him soared to 115 at fight-time. Elorde weighed The fighters were not aware of the rioting going on outside their dressing rooms until the worst was over. It turned out they only fought a preliminary bout. Fair Horse Races Draw 79 Entries Last August a young Minneso- toan, Tim Pinski. navigated his Speedy Pointer over the half- mile track at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds faster than any other harness horse in that racing strip's history. He clocked the mile in 2:08 flat. This vear there will be 79 trotters and pacers eligible and anxious to beat that time. Setting of records is almo s t as important to the skillful reins- man as winning the money, and with such a large number of two-gaiters, it is very lik e 1 y another record will be added to the list of champions hav i n g participated here. According to fair secretary Reuben Maki, one pace drew 19 entries, and two events for the sidewheelers attracted 14 each. This means that these races will be divided unless there are withdrawals Since the fair association is a member of the governing body of the sport, the U.S. Trotting Association, and abides American League W. L. 68 39 Pet. G.B. .636 — 62 60 43 44 48 Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland Detroit 58 Chicago 57 47 New York ... 53 56 Los Angeles 48 58 Washington . 46 62 Boston 40 64 Kansas City 34 67 .337 3 Wednesday's Results Minnesota 4, Washington 3 Boston 5, Kansas City 1 Cleveland 4, Detroit 1 Nw York 4, Chicago 3, 13 innings Baltimore 6-8, Los Angeles 5-0 Today's Games Washington at Minnesota New York at Chicago Boston at Kansas City, N Detroit at Cleveland, N Only games scheduled. Friday's Games Clveland at Chicago Boston at Minnesota, N New York at Detroit, N Baltimore at Kansas City, N Washington at Les Angeles, N WE'RE MOVING AND MUST CLEAR OUR PRESENT STOCK TO PREPARE FOR NEW MERCHANDISE AT THE NEW STORE. IN THE MEANTIME You Can SAVE CLEARANCE PRICED STOCK UP NOW WHILE SAVINGS ARE BIG... AND THE SELECTION STILL AT ITS PEAK!... WONDERFUL BUYS FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL! MROFCHAK'S MEN'S SHOP Ironwood, Ph. 932-2422 ON MANY ITEMS AT OUR OLD LOCATION DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! 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