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rRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1965. IRONWOOD DAIIY GIOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN NINE Brown May Quit After'66 Season HIRAM, Ohio Brown, working (AP) — Jim on the second Maury Wills Plans What He Is Going to Do Every Game year of a three-year contract at $50,000 plus a year, still expects to call it a career after 1966. "That will be 10 years, a nice length of time," said the fullback of the reigning National Football Lague champions, the Cleveland Browns. "The older you get the importance of individual records diminishes," said Brown. "At the start you want to Impress people. The Important thing is to be a member of the team. No one man ever does the job all by himself. "Winning the championship •was the high spot of my career. We had a group of guys who won it the hard xvay by scrambling. My Immediate objective is to try to help win it again." Brown, recently found innocent in a messy court case involving a teen-age girl, said he had made up his mind not to become involved in football until his name had been cleared. Because of the trial, Brown reported late at the Browns' camp on the campus of Hiram College. He went to work the first day and took part in a scrimmage on his second day. Those who watched Brown ramble with a screen pass from Frank Ryan in the second scrimmage session were convinced he will be ready when the bell rings. "Jim seems to be coming along real well," said Coach Blanton Collier. "I think he is ready to play right now." i Brown came to camp light but quickly picked up poundage and now scales about 222, about six below his regular season weight. "I'm having no problems at all," said Brown. "My legs haven't tired and I never have any trouble with my weight." The former Syracuse ace is only 29 and, despite his retirement talk, it is probable owner Art Modell will talk him into playing some more after the contract ends in 1966. By JOE REICIILER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Success hasn't spoiled Maury Wills. Nor has it made him less contemplative. He sits In front of his locker before a game and you can almost sense the mental determination building up. "I plan and scheme what I'm going to do," explained the Los Angeles Dodgers' trigger- brained captain who has been stealing bases this season at a pace almost impossible to comprehend "Sometimes I plan to steal every time I get on base. Or bunt four times in one game. I've done both. I'm not a powei hitter so I've got to try to irritate the pitcher the best way can. "When they start throwing '<. Dick Tiger Tops Giardello's List Gauss Continues to Lead Archery Tourney LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Georgf Clauss of Saginaw continued 10 hold the lead Thursday in the men's professional division with a score of 2,987 after the third round of the National Archery Association meet here. CHERRY HILL, N.J. fAP) — Middleweight champion Joe Giardello was granted a Nev York Stale boxing license an the 35-year-old ring vetera promptly said he would defend the title against Dick Tiger, probably at the end of October in Madison Square Garden. "Tl^er is definitely it, probably at the end of October." Giardollo said Wednesday after getting word that Gen. Melvin Krulewitch, chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, announced approval of the champion's application. Giardello hasn't fought in New York since 1956. His license tnere expired in 1957. The champion didn't apply for a H- i cense because he was told he) wouldn't get one because of his questionable associations. Since then, Giardello bought out his various managers and placed himself in the hands of attorney Michael Delcollo, a friend and adviser. Giardello won the title from Tiger with a 15-round decision Dec. 7. 1963 in Atlantic City He made ro defense, taking a 15- round decision from Rubin (Hurricane) Carter at Patterson, N J., last Dec. 14. ne or make countless efforts to ick me off, that's when I know ve succeeded." From a vantage point in the ugout, Wills studies the pitch- rs" every move. "Even before I get on base," tie saii, "I've decided whether 'm going to steal. "In the dug- ut and on deck, I watch every move the pitcher makes — and •emember every one. You steal on the p'tcher, not the catcher. I catalog every pitcher. I'm constantly on the lookout for a ?ive-avay sign. A dip of the lead, a twist of the shoulder, a ,urn of the body, all these things mean something to me. "Most of the things a pitcher does on the mound, he does unconsciously. That's why I can rely on him to do those things all the time. My job is to find out what they are." This constant battle of wits takes P lot out of the slightly built speedster, who doesn't rely on brute strength and flashing spikes the way Ty Cobb did. Cobb weighed over 200. Wills weighs 170. "I start the season about 174 or 176 but I can't hold it," said Maury. "I purposely add the weight for my own protection. Sometimes it's necessary to barrel into a baseman." Wills stands today as the only player ol modern times to pass the 100 mark in stealing bases. Cobb set the modern major league record of 96 with the Detroit Tigers in 1915. Then along came Wills to steal 104 in a 162; game season in 1962. His 72 stolen base.* through games of Sunday, Aug 1 have put him well ahead of the 1962 pace. Non-Residents Able To Keep Killed Deer Non-residents of Michigan who make their home in Michigan for at least 30 days and who are unfortunate enough to strike and kill a deer on Michigan highways, will be given permission to possess • the deer If they so wish, according to a report from the Michigan Department ,ol Conservation. in the Belmont Stakes, heads a small field in the 1V& mile $100,000-added Chlcagoan at Arlington Park Native Diver, winner of 22 stakes, all in California, runs in the l 1-16 mile $20,000- added San Diego Handicap at Del Mar Detroit Team Ousted In Baseball Tourney CINCINNATI (AP) — Detroit was eliminated from the 51st annual Union Printers International Tournament Wednesday. 1 Detroit was defeated 10-5 by Pittsburgh which scored seven times in the first inning. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Whitey Ford, New York, pitched a five-hitter for his 12th victory against eight defeats as the Yankees shut out the Chicago White Sox 3-0. BATTING — Len Gabrielson, San Francisco, collected four hits, including a homer, drove in four runs and scored three as the Giants crushed Cincinnati 18-7. 5-GameGrid Schedule Set By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS • Professional football's exhibition season moves into high gear this weekend with tonight's Cleveland Brown-College All- Star game in Chicago topping the five game schedule. On Saturday afternoon, the Washington Redskins meet the Philadelphia Eagles in a National League exhibition at Hershey, Pa. The American League swings into action Saturday night with the NFW York Jets and Houston Oilers meeting at Alexandria, Va.. and Kansas City playing at Denvp). On Sunday, it will be Buffalo at Boston in another AFL match. Tonight's Ail-Star game, Sat urday's Eagle-Redskin game and Sunday's Bills-Patriot clash will be on network television with CBS screening the NFL game, NBC covering the AFL match and ABC the All-Sta contest Court Rules in Favor of Coach SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) — John A. Grayson, former head basketball coach at the University of Washington, was awarded $175,000 Wednesday night by a King County Superior Court jury that deliberated nine hours. Grayson, 49, had sought $300,000 in P. libel suit against the Curtis Publishing Co. for a Saturday Evening Post article which he contended ruined his career. The article, "Basketball Bullies," was published over the byline of Al Lightner of Salem, Ore., a former referee. In the article, Grayson was accused of inciting home crowds at a game in which Lightner was an official. Special emphasis was directed at Grayson's conduct during a Washington- UCLA game here March 2, 1962. Lightner said he had been struck and received a cut following that contest. Grayson, whose contract was allowed to lapse in April, 1963, some three months after the article appeared, denied ever netting a crowd. Jim Owens, Washington ath- etlc director, denied the article had anything to do with Grayson's losing his job. He said the basketball coach had been of- ered another position In the Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles . 64 48 .582 — San Fran. ... 58 46 .558 3 Cincinnati ... 60 48 ,556 3 Milwaukee .. 58 47 .552 3'/2 Phlla 56 50 .528 6 Pittsburgh .. 57 53 .518 7 St. Louis 55 53 .509 8 Chicago 51 60 .459 13>/ii Houston 45 61 .425 17 New York ... 34 74 .315 29 Thursday's Results Major League department at a but had declined. Last one to his Chrysler dealer's is a loser. What's to lose? A genuine lull-size Chrysler-at a genuine yearend reduction in price. Plus big-car comfort and ride. Big 383 cu. in. V-8 performance—minimum. Proud looks that are shared with no kid-brother models. What's the hurry? Our final shipments of the most popular Chrysler in history are already in-and going fast. So if you'd like to grab off one of them, better hustle. You can still be one of the winners. Los Angeles 6, Milwaukee 3 San Francisco 18, Cincinnati 7 St. Louis 3, Houston 1 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 11, New York 3 Today's Games Chicago at New York, N Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N San Francisco at St. Louis, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N Houston at Milwaukee, N , Saturday's Games Chicago at New York Houston at Milwaukee Pittsburgh at Philadelphia San Francisco at St. Louis Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Cincinnati San Francisco at St. Louis Houston at Milwaukee, 2 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, Chicago at New York, 2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League BATTING (250 at bats)— YaS- trzemski, Boston, .332; Whitfield, Cleveland, .307. RUNS— Oliva, Minnesota, 82; Versalles, Minnesota, 79. RUNS BATTED IN— ColavitO, Cleveland. 75; Horton, Detroit and KiJlebrew, Minnesota, 70. HIT"*- Oliva, Minnesota, 133; Richardson, New York, 119. DOUBLES— Oliva, Minnesota, 28; Yastrzemski, Boston, 27. TRIPLES — Aparicio, Baltimore and Campaneris, Kansas City, 10; Smith, Los Angeles and Versalles, Minnesota, 8 HOME RUNS — Colavito Cleveland, Horton, Detroit and Killebrow, Minnesota, 22; Conigliaro, Boston, 21. STOLEN BASES— Campaner- is, Kansas City, 38; Cardenal, Los Angeles, 34. PITCHING — Grant, Minnesota, ]?-3, .813; Pascual, Minnesota, 8-?, .727. STRIKEOUTS — McDowell, Cleveland, 211; Lolich, Detroit, 150. Sikes Cards 64 In Golf Classic WHITEMARSH, Pa. (AP) — Dick bikes, a 25-year-old comparative newcomer to the pro golf tour, shot a 64 Thursday for a four stroke lead over the field in tne $125,000 Philadelphia Open Gulf Classic. Sikes, who hopes to return to the University of Arkansas in the fall for three hours credit needed for a degree, in the opening round of the 72-hole tournament at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club fired eight birdies and 10 pars. Tied at 68 were Bruce Devlin, Bob Charles, Bobby Nichols and Ken Nagle Eight were deadlocked at 69, including Arnold Palmer. U.S. Open champion Gary Player had a 72 and Masters king Jack Nicklans a 11. Sike.; canned putts of 8, 15, 20 and 25 feet for birdies. A couple just lipped the cup or he might have tied or broke the course record of 63 set in 1963 by Player. He had 12 one-putt greens, seven tor birdies. American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota .. 69 39 .639 Baltimore ... 62 43 .590 Cleveland ... 61 Detroit 58 Chicago 57 New York .. 54 Los Angeles . 48 lesser salary Washington . .46 44 47 48 56 58 63 65 67 .581 .552 .543 .491 .543 .422 .381 .343 5'/2 6'/2 9'/2 101/2 16 20 Lion Contract Talks Stalled BLOOMFIELD HILLS (AP) —Quaiterback Earl Morrall and defensive end Sam Williams are still far from a contract apreement with the Detroit Lions, reports Russ Thomas, tne club's director of player personnel. "We've offered them good raises—not like $500, but what I'd call good raises," Thomas said Thursday. Thomas, the team's chief contract negotiator, conceded talks with the two were stalled. The Detroit Free Press said Morrall apparently is seeking a contract "at least on the level of quarterback Milt Plum." The paper estimated Plum's new two-year contract at $27,500 a year. Both Williams and Morrall are taking full part in Lions workouts here, and head coach Harry Gilmer said the contract impasse will have no effect on their positions with the team. "But I am concerned about It," he said, "because these are loose ends and I would like to have everything wrapped up. But regardless, the best ones are going to play." Boston 40 65 .381 27Va Kansas City . 35 67 .343 31 Thursday's Results Minnesota 8, Washington 5 New York 3, Chicago 0 Cleveland 5, Detroit 2 Kansas-City 5, Boston 1 Only games scheduled. Today's Games Cleveland at Chicago Boston at Minnesota, N Baltimore at Kansas City, N New York at Detroit, N Washington at Los Angeles, N Saturday's Games Cleveland at Chicago Boston at Minnesota Baltimore at Kansas City, twi- Tht New York at Detroit, N National League BATTING (250 at bats)—Clemente, Pittsburgh, ,345; Aaron, Milwaukee, .323. RUNS — Harper, Cincinnati, 93; Rose, Cincinnati, 85. RUNS BATTED IN—Johnson, Cincinnati, 89; Banks, Chicago, 79. HITS — Rose, Cincinnati, 144; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 139. DOUBLES —Williams, Chicago, 31; Rose, Cincinnati, 25. TRIPLES — Callison, Philadelphia, 13; Clemente, Pittsburgh. 11. HOME RUNS — Mays, San Francisco, 27; Callison, Philadelphia and McCovey, San Francisco, 24. STOLEN BASES—-Wills, Los Angeles, 74; Brock, St. Louis, 44. PITCHING—Koufax, Los Angeles, 19-4, .826; Jay and Nux- hall, Cincinnati, 8-3, .727. STRIKEOUTS — Koufax, Lps Angeles 253; Gibson, St. Louis, 185. Atom-Smasher Cost Is Hiked WASHINGTON (AP)—A new study has increased the estimated construct ion cost of the proposed 200-billion electron-volt atom-smasher machine to $348 million from the original estimated range of $280 to $288, The increase was reported Wednesday to Congress by Rep. Chet Holifleld, D-Calif., chairman of the joint Senate-House Atomic Energy Committee. The Atomic Energy Commission ;s expected to announce shortly a list of some 30 front- runners in the nationwide contest for the atom smasher. But an AF.C spokesman said he didn't know when the announcement would come. Gulp Re-elected to Information Position CHICAGO (AP) — Bob Gulp, sports information director for Western Michigan University, was re-elected secretary-treasurer of the College Office Sports Information Directors Association here Thursday. 6 Turf Stars To See Action By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Six glamor boys of the American turf, ranging in age from the 2-year-old Our Michael anc Buckpasser to the 8-year-old millionaire Kelso. will see action Saturday in the four major races. Our Michael and Buckpasser top Eastern contenders for the juvenile title, meet for the firs time in the six furlong $100,000 added Sapling at Monmouth Park. Kelso, still hopeful of win ing his sixth straight Horse o the Year championship, take on Pia Star, the latest handicap sensation, in the V/s mile $50, OOO-added Whitney at Saratog Springr. N.Y. Tom Rolfe, winner of the Preataess and narrowly beaten Washington at Los Angeles, N Sunday's Games Cleveland at Chicago, 2 Baltimore at Kansas City, 2 Boston at Minnesota New York at Detroit Washington at Los Angeles Wolverines Take 3-0 ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (AP) —The University of Michigan basketball team concluded its Egyptian tour with a 3-0 sweep by defeating an Alexandria selection team Thursday 99-65. MSU Library Gets Books EAST LANSING, Mich, (AP) — The Michigan State University library says it has acquired a 1,400-volume collection on crime, torture and dueling from the library at the Castle of Nuremberg in Germany. The books mainly are in Latin and German script and many have parchment bindings, said John Whitelaw, MSU special collections librarian. Whitelaw said they are expected to be of special value to students in police administration and social science. NOTICE! 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