Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 5, 1965 · Page 25
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THURSDAY AUGUST 5, 1965. 1RONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN NINE Bragan's Persuasive Powers Help Braves Split Twin Bill By DICK COUCH j Associated Press Sports Writer i The Bobby Woodward explained between games that Weyer had given the manager, paid'off in a 4-3 v t c j assumed Burkhart already had tory Wednesday night in the j macle tne same call. "Then they opening game of a double head- j decided to have a conference w.,ir a 4SKn riVn 5 .* Afngeles an d|and discovered neither one had Walt Alston didn't stop seething ! rq , lpH „„ „„<. „ until his Dodgers had salvaged [ caUed me out ' the nightcap, 3-2. and protected Alston - convinced at the time •• ' that Woodward had been called their first-place foothold. The a after OUt and tested the on tne that Bra gan's intervention had Top Pros Meet In Golf Classic PHILADELPHIA (AP) "I came," said Gary Player, "because the Whitemarsh Country Club i,* one of my favorite courses in the country. I think it's super." Thus, the 5-foot-7, 150-pound player from Johannesburg, South Africa, announced why he changed his plans and showed up for the $125,000 Philadelphia Golf 'Uqssic. He had said earlier the week practicing for the PGA Wills Is Determined Nothing Will Stop Him From Running NEW YORK (AP) — The ele-i "A feeling comes over me contributed™ rln?plTdu e r- ^dlhe"umpir; s to reverse he would pass it up. spending ing Milwaukee's decisive three- decision ' run second-inning rally In the H ° w ever. after the Dodgers, , „ tu first game took to e nightcap, breaking a 2-| Player and 143 other starters Gene Oliver's homer had tied 2 tie in the ei S nth on Lou John-; tee -off today in the opening the score 2-2 and the Braves had son ' s ru n-scoring triple, Alston' rouna runners on first and third with^ said ne was satisfied with the Last year, Player finished one out when pitcher Hank umpires ' explanation of the; second here, one stroke behind Fischer bounced to second base- dis P uted Play and would not file ] Jack Nicklaus' winning total of man Jim Lelebvre a P r °test. 1276. Lefebvre swiped at Woodv '< Se cond-place Cincinnati Nicklaus. the top money Woodward as the Braves ninnpr' dr °PPed a 4-3, 10-inning verdict | winner in PGA tournaments this passed him on ?he• basepTth to San Francisco and fell two (year, is back to defend his then threw wlldlv to first n<j games behind the Dodgers while; crown Frank Boiling scored the go- Pit ts°urgh blanked New York 3-i Others Include Arnold Pal- ahead run Both first hie* .,m °- st - Louis rocked Houston 9-4' mer. Sam Snead. Ben Hogan, DireKen BurkhYrt In* ^^ and Philadelphia drubbed Chi- Tony Lema and Billy Casper, base umpire Lee Weye" To ca ^° 7 " 2 in other NL S ames - who has dieted °" 45 ^^ peared to have signaled wood" Jim Hart doubled Ln tne lotn and is now playing some of the! ward out on the plly aild scored on Hal Lanier ' s sin -, best golf of his career> ; Braean rushed onto the- riPiri gle - liftin s tne Giants P ast cln - Jud S in 8 from a pro-am tovx- loaSe^c^l^^^^ 1 ^ 11 and enabling Juan Mari-, aamer- played on the 6,0.87-yard middle! with. %11 foS? iimnfrps chal to %*' m nis * 7th victory, par 72 course Wednesday, pro WoodwaS wafdec?a ed Ta^e at Marichal gave U P 12 *"*• &- Cardie Dickinson also has a S and Twarde/ thirri cluding a two ' run double ^ chanCP ann auaraer tnird Pete Rose and Gordy Coleman>s Dickinson fired a six-under- 0 run-scoring single in the third. Par 66 for the lowest score Andre Rodgers drove in two among the professionals in the runs with a homer and squeeze' event. bunt as the Pirates shut out the Bert Yancey and Nicklaus Mets for the second straight tied for second at 68. Palmer day. Bob Veale pitched eight i came in at par 72, while Player innings, striking out 12 and al-: had a 73 and Ton y Lema a 76 lowing five hits, before giving' Maximum life span of the ment of surprise is gone. The pitchers are watching him closer than ever before. Rival players rough him up because they think he's trying to show them up. Opposing teams drench the basepaths in an effort to slow him up. Even his teammates sometimes resent his burning obsession to steal bases. But nothing or nobody is going to stop Maury Wills from running and running and running. that I've got to run, that I've got to break loose," said the fleet- footed shortstop of the Los Angeles Dodgers. "I know there is more pressure on me this year because the pitchers are watching me closer than ever before. They throw at my legs when I'm hitting and the basemen make the unnecessary hard tag. "But that only makes me more determined, more eager to create situations. I'm always striving to disturb the pitcher, force dim into extra exertion. I try to upset the other team's strategy, take advantage of every lapse." Wills' 72 stolen bases in his team's first 106 games attest to his success. He has perfected the art of stealing as no man has before him. Yet he concedes it is getting more and more difficult for him to steal bases "They're always expecting me to steal." he said, "So I no longer have the advantage of surprise " Attempting to score in a game with the Chicago Cubs a couple of years ago, Wills was blocked at the plate by catcher Dick Bertell, who grabbed his leg instead of the ball. For weeks i "The only reason why thereafter, Maury ran practical- j been able to achieve success is ly on one leg. In a game with j my mental approach. Other Pittsburgh earlier this season, the Pirates' groundskeeper sanded and watered the area around first base making It resemble a beach. Although che mud was up to his ankles, Wills managed to steal a base. The toughest part of being a . big leaguer, said Wills, is to develop and maintain a consist-] ency of hustling. j "Playing 162 games a, year." said tne 170-pound bundle of energy, "and getting yourself up mentally for every one of them is tough You must develop a speed, I have only average ability The difference is desire. Two men, Bobby Bragan and Pete Reiser, instilled that desire in me. Without Bragan, I'd never hav» made the big leagues. Without Reiser, I'd never have stayed up " habit of going all out all the time Michigan Pair Qualify KEENE. N. H. (AP) — Two Michigan men qualified Wednesday for the National Championship Horseshoe Pitching Tourney. Roy Smith of Muskegon placed 15th with 515 and Lee Jacobs of Belleville quali- I've ! fied 36th with 480. second base on the overthrow. He scored the deciding run a moment later on Felipe Alou's infield out. Legion Baseball Draft Is Aug. 24 before giving way to Don Schwall in the ninth. Ted Savage broke a 2-2 tie i ? ian t tortoise in with a fourth-inning double and ; 177 years. singled home another run in St.; ' Louis' five-run eighth, powering NEW YORK (APi - Base-1 the Cardinals and southpaw ball's new draft machinery willicurt Simmons past Houston. be used for the second time The Phillies trimmed the captivity is Tuesday, Aug. 24, when major , Cubs behind Chris Short's eight- league clubs select 1965 Ameri- hit pitching and the hitting of can Legion graduates. The draft session, to be held in New York, is expected to be less busy than the high school and college free agent draft conducted in June, when 862 players were picked by the 20 big league teams. Commissioner Ford Frick said Wednesday only high school graduates who reached their 17th birthday before Jan. 1 Dick Stuart, who drove in four runs with his 19th homer, a double and a sacrifice fly. Mrs. Hamilton Wins Net Title law, last curb t.hp huge bonuses being paid Co untried youngsters, provides for three draft sessions each year, the first one in January, tr.t- second in June and the last before Sept. 1. This year, however, the first draft wa? passed up because the clubs nad Insufficient time to screen potential talent. The New York Mets, last- place club in the National League, have the first pick in the American Legion draft. Kansas City's American League tail-endors had first choice in June and selected Rick Monday a 21-vear-old outfielder from Arizona State University. Mon- 000 bonus. DRINK DOUBLE COLA . Diet or Regular At Your Favorite Store UNION BOTTLING WORKS Ironwood, Michigan en's champion Wednesday in a come-t>om-behind victory over Jane Negri in the Wakefield Invitation?! Tennis Tournament now being played on the high school courts at Wakefield. Mrs. Hamilton lost the first back to 6-1, 6-3 to crown. Art Weinandt defeated Roy 6-4, 6-3 to gain a berth in the finals of the boy's division Saari will take on Dan Seppa in the championship match at 5 this afternoon. The semi-final round in the men's division will consist of a pair ot matches to be played on Saturday and the final match will probably be played on Sunday, stated tournament manager Eugene Maki. Entries are still open for men's doubles play and an attempt is being made, added Maki, to bring mixed doubles competition into the tournament If anyone is interested in a mixed doubles team, he is asked to contact Maki at Wakefield Seven golfers registered eight below-par 70's in tbis year's U.S. Open at Bellerive in St. Louis. Last year at Washington's Con^ gressional course seven golfers accounted for nine below par 70's. Nationi! Ftrest Timber for Sale FROM ONTONAGON HARVEST AREA TiAL POND SALE Sealed bids-will be received by the Forest Supervisor, Ironwood, Michigan, up to 2:00 P.M., E.S.T., September 8, 1965, and will be opened immediately thereafter, for all live timber marked or desig- aated for cutting and all merchantable dead timber, located on an area of about 140 acres in Sections 19 and 20, T50N- R36W, Houghton County, Ottawa National Forest, Michigan. No bid less than the minimum rates shown below for each species and product will be considered. The estimated volumes and minimum acceptable rates are: 94 M bd. ft. of sugar maple and 'basswood veneer logs and sawlogs, of which 6 M are basswood, at $18.40 per M; 3 M bd. ft. of yellow birch veneer logs and sawlogs at $57.80 per M: 6 M bd. ft. of red maple, elm and ash veneer logs and sawlogs at ?11.05 per M; 260 cords of dense hardwood pulpwood at SOc per unpeeled cord; 120 cords of aspen pulpwood at SI.55 per unpeeled cord; 70 cords of hemlock pulpwood at $2.70 per unpeeled cord: 20 cords of balsam fir and spruce pulpwood at S2.50 per unpeeled cord. A deposit of $300.00 in the form of a certified check, bank draft or money order must accompany each bid, to be applied on the purchase price, refunded or retained in part as liquidated damages according to conditions of sale. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Before bids are submitted, full information concerning the timber, the conditions of sale and the submission of bids should be obtained from the District Ranger at Ontonagon, Michigan or from the Forest Supervisor at Ironwood, Michigan. SPARK-UP SUMMER MEALS CHEESE COTTAGE Rich, creamy Blue Ribbon Cottage Cheese can solve many of your mealtime problems! . . . serve it alone, in salads, with fruit . . . any way you eat it, it's a deliciously different treat! , Consolidated •ESSIMER, MICH, of Michigan Inc. CALL TWIN CITY DAIRY, HURLEY, W1S. DIAL 561-4484 PHONE WALTER DECKER, IRONWOOD. DIAL 933-0932 PHONI W7-9511 FINER ffllRWRY FOODS W« R*Mrv* th« Right to Limit Quantities Because It's SWIFT'S PROTEN Swift's Papain process guarantees that each cut of ProTen Beef is tender . . . fork cutting tender! If you're tired of paying premium prices for not- so-tender beef, switch to ProTen. 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