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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1965. Browns Register 24-16 Victory Over College All-Stars Huarte Sparks All-Stars' Rally In Second Half j Tigers discovered a new formu- ! la for making headway in the . American League pennant race By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN' Friday night—let someone else Associated Press Sports Writer'beat the teams in .'ronf. c» them CHICAGO (AP) — For awhile i while l:nej ' caro care of Uie Tigers Blow Lead but Bounce Back to Defeat Yankees 5-4 By BICKMK KI'.'NNEDY tlie game and give the Tigers DETROIT iAPi--The Detroit their eighth triumph in 13 ] nnies with the Yankees this! it looked as if Notre Dame quar- [Yankees. The bjcw a tlin , e ., un Mickey Lolich. who was due! 'o report today to start 15 days of active duty with the Michigan Air National Guard, was the starter but continued a! trend that has bothered the| j A 1 IV. J. *(-)*- 1 O PVll^. V» ft II11V-UIWII ,_,. . . terback John Huarte, the I964i leadbut bounced back iust in i Tlgers . «" . ycai '. ~ he Heisman Trophv winner, was time to edge the Yankees. 5-4.: ai °" nci . rat ; nc tlnls n- the fortrnnen man of the All-' and gained a panic on both „ Tne Yankees routed Lolich mi tuc lorffoiien man 01 tut, mi » ^ thf *spvpnHi whpn nimr corn-ori Star*: whn in<?t 24-16 to the Baltimore and Cleveland. !, hcveiun wnen iney scoierl oiars. WHO lOSl ^t-io LU inc ,,,.., . three run'; In tip thp «r-nr» ot i Cleveland Browns. ' "You can l make up too mucn l "" ee luns lo ue ine score « Head Coach Otto Graham i ground by playing .500 ball, ' i * M started Navy's Roger staubach j Manager Charlie Dresser, said; ho ™^ ^^ rt j' ol Mhe fiS against the National Football'forward. "Maybe-just may-, Jew yo?k run the ^> ; TTviriav : be—we can tram bv beatmsi " U1K ' U1 r ; ' some of the 'other clubs ancl : Three straight singles sent Lolich to the showers and, brought on Orlando Pena. Ai llirf , It took a single in the seventh ,J vira Pitch, and infield out j unl 'inning by Norm Cash to ciecide' brou s nt in {Ilc fina l Yankee; ; runs and the Tigers came up toi bat as a heavy rain started to- fall. Don Wert walked to open the ; inning, went to second on Jerry i Lumpe's sacrifice and scored' on Cash's single as the rainj champions 3& ff«a"pS3^-:: EH >s s- 0 ?r d °' Galen Fiss tackle and left Sol- KnocK each otlKl out ' dier Field's rain-soaked with recurrence of a shoulder injury. Then Graham called on California's Craig Morton, rookie chattel of the Dallas Cowboys. Morton tried five passes and completed two for nine yards. * * * With 7'i minutes gone in the third quarter, and the Browns cruising with a 23-3 lead, Gra- Waterfowl Hunt Rules Proposed Peterson Advances; Tiziani, Kolesar Lose in U. P. Golf MARQUETTE (API—Defending champion Walt Johnson of Crystal Falls bowed out of the Upper Peninsula Men's Golf Tournament in a quarter-final loss Friday, but two former runnersup moved into the semifinals today. Johnson, who whipped Tom Jenson of Iron Mountain in a morning preliminary round, fought all the way before losing i-up to Bill Peterson of Ontonagon. Today's action at Ishpeming will pit Jerry Harris of Escanaba against Joe Bociak of Iron ST. LOUIS (APi stopped. "I just don't know what wci can do about Lolich." Dressen The Mis- lamented. "He was able to ham pointed a finger at Huarte sisslppi Fly way Council recom- : come down and pitch last year. | and said: "get in." mended Friday that_ duck and:but it's all up to his command-i It was then the All-Stars start- geese hunting regulations re- ing officer. And I understand 1 - NEVER TOO OLD FOR TRAINING — Racing's James E. "Sunny Jim" Fitzsimmons, trainer of more than 2.000 winners, works out on an exercise bicycle at his summer home near Saratoga. Fla. Fitzsimmons, recently turned 91, is looking forward to seeing horses in action again when Saratoga track opens. He retired as horse trainer for Wheatley Stable and the Phipps family two years ago. <AP Wirephoto) U. S. Is Favored In Net Tourney i CLEVELAND (AP) — Christine Truman, the 6-foot English i girl who ranks among the world's best women tennis play- iver and Mike Shanley, Mar- ciuette, against Peterson. Harris No. 2 finisher in 1953. eliminated Pete Lenz of Houghton 4 and 3 in quarter-final action, while Bociak, the 1963 run- nerup. ousted medalist Larry Tiziani of Ironwood, 3 ancl 2 * * * Bociak earlier rallied from a four-stroke deficit with six holes to pHv and ousted another former runnerup, Paul Specker of Marquette, 1-up In the rain-1 spattered morning preliminaries. In the other quarter-final match. Shanley took a 2 and 1 victory over 14-year-old Ray Kolesar of Ironwood. This morning's winners will return to Marquette for the 18- hole afternoon finals. Preliminary round results: Joe Bociak, Iron River, bent Paul Specker, Marquette. 1-up. Walt Johnson, Crystal Falls, oea (, t aui ' Tom 1-up. Jenson, Iron Moun- B ill Peterson Ontonagon,! ers. w.is hobbling around the beat Bruce Micklow, Mar- 1 Huarte main esse "» allv the same this 'this one doesn't like baseball." 'y^^^y^^^^y^ 1 '- For tne record - Lolteh has vards leadhithe stars on an 80- : Representatives from 14 state made 25 starts and has taut 1 vard touchdown Site in 10 ' * ame ancl flsh ^enc\es in the: three complete games. He was nfavs and SaSSd it with a five : Mississippi Fly way met at St.; aiming- for his lath triumph. . vard scorine shot tc . Yale™ !Louis - The ^commendations! After the wild pitch, Pena Mercpir , (New York l are made to the Fecleval Bureau ; had little trouble with the Yank-. MerCei " (Ne% °' K of Spot-ts Fisheries and Wild ; ees. getting Bobby Richardson' the Life ' to hit into a game-ending double The sideline today with an inflamed achilles tendon, an Injury that crippled Great Britain's chances in the opening of the Wightman Cup matches. Local Little Leaguers Lead in Tourney Game The Ironwood Little League ancl Ironwood nine holding a 3-0 quette, 1-up on the 20th hole. Mike Shanley, Marquette. i heat John Gregory, Ishpeming, j 1-up. Ray Kolesar, Ironwood. beat With the English ace out of Bill Connors. Marquette, 2 and 1. Larrv + * * Tiziani, Ironwood, beat Morgan Gingrass. Marquette. nnn only cha "8 e ^com- • play. He gave up just two sin-. Lani ; « e " ded was that the possession i gies in posting his third straight: »«l Avvntrcf fnv limit On geCSC bC tW1CE thSt °'' W '» S ' nCe J°' nln S the TigBl'S. Rentzel (Minnesota Vikings) fm tne bag limit _ Lasl yeari lhe bag • winje Horlon , s bases-loaded 40 yards and his Notre Dame i limil and posse ssion limit were single and a sacrifice fly bv battery mate, Jack Snow (Los itne same . Don Demeter pushed the Tigers Angeles Rams) lor 20 — run-i Tne council proposed that to a 3-0 lead in the first inning ning his streak to nine for nine there be a 70 clay season for- Horton was safe on Tony Ku- for 132 yards in the rain. i geese with a bag limit of five, : nek's error and scored from. North Carolina's Ken Willardj including two Canada geese, first when Tom Tresh hobbled; (San Francisco 49ers') then; They asked that the goose the ball while fielding Demet- smashed 18 yards and Huarte ; hunting seasons be scheduled ( >rs single in th sixth. topped off the 80-yard thrust j between Oct. 1 and Jan. .15. Pedro Ramos, who had won with a five-yard scoring pass to For ducks, the commission, jour games and saved 11 others. Rentzel. ; asked for a 40-day season sched-: suffered his first loss .since Mercein booted extra points, uled between Oct. 6 ancl Jan. 9.'opning day. after each touchdown and also They proposed a bag limit of The two teams are slated to added a 36-yard field goal at the i lour with no more than two meet, again tonight. ; opening of the second period. black clucks or mallards or one * -* + of each. Ail-Star squad started like a house afire, but a sudden rain storm called a halt to the first game of the Wisconsin State, Little League Tournament at advantage. Norm Backon was on t h e mound for the local Little Leaguers and in the two inni n g s Green Bay Friday after n o o n, that were completed in the con- Richey. 22, of Dallas. Tex with Ironwood leading the' .......... ^ •.. action, the United States ranked a top-heavy favorite in the three-day, best-of-seven series on the grainy, synthetic-surfaced Harold T. darks'courts. Miss Truman was scratched! Jerry Harris, Escanaba, beat from today's opening singles j Ken Hruska, Marquette. 4 and matcht. 0 , after she suffered thejS. injury in practice Thursday. She j Pete Lenz. Houghlon. beat was to have played No. 2 sin- j Bob Silas, Ishpeming, l-up on gles, but No. 3 Elizabeth Starkiejthe 20th hole. I was moved up to face Nancy! Quarter-final round results: in Madison East team by a .score of 3-0. The contest, being played at Alines Little League Field at Green Bay, was called at the end of tlie second inning of ac- test, he struck out a total of today's second singles. The opening singles paired Mrs. Ann Hayden Jones of Eng- Moffitt Joe Bociak, Larry Tiziani. Iron River, boat Ironwood, 3 and three batters, allowed a pair of hits and hit one batter. , land ag ., lnst B illie Jean Meyer was behind the plate for j of Lon£r Beacn C alif the Ironwood unit. , In Sunday's singles, it will be .... _ „....„ „. „,-,.. Ironwood scored all its runs lEngli , h newcomer Virginia tion when the storm broke, mak-j"J J! t_ secoi ^Ll" n l"f', ?. "^ I Wade against Mrs. Carole Cald""' '"' "" J well Graebner of Beachwood, i impossi- ing playing conditions ble. The affair will be continued, not replayed, starting today at Madison East pitcher made j quick work of the first four men | Ohio On Monclav Miss sta rkie to face him by striking them, will play Miss M ' ofntl ancl Mrp Bill Peterson, Ontonngon. beat Walt Johnson. Crystal Falls, 1-up. Mike Shanley. Marquette, beat Ray Kolesar. Ironwood, 2 and !. Jerry Harris. Escanaba. beat Pete Lenz. Houghton, 4 and 3. out. I Jones will oppose Miss Richey.: ,...,... .,,,„,,. AUK1V AU K II RBI The Browns, a 17-point favor- States in the Mississippi Fly-, ite, ran the pros' record in the;way are Missouri, Illinois, Ar-, aeries to 21 victories against, Kansas, Tennessee. Kentucky,; lwami nine losses. Two games werei Loulsiana - Minnesota Wiscon-' y e( j sin, Iowa. Indiana. Ohio. Ala- Jim Brown scooted seven :bama ' Mississippi and Michi- Wone Ib-rt .. yards in the first quarter for, 6' an - p ' ' Cleveland's first touchdown aft-! er Frank Ryan's 26-yard aerial ril I \—,-.,-,.-. to Gary Collins set it up. CIK L/CCflSC The Browns went ahead 14-3 in the second when a punt by j Mississippi's Frank Lambert i (Giants) was blocked by Jamie i Caleb. The ball bounded into thej now are available for Michigan's Forms Ready LANSING CAP.i—Applications 4 4 4 3 4 4 Lopez rf 3 Rcpoz ph l Boyer 3b 4 Cullen p 2 Linz p'l 0 Barker ph-lb 2 Totals 35 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 I 0 ') 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 9 3~p.m7with Madlson°comin5 to i ^ iU L°"fJ n '?L° u _ H 1 ..^ se _ c _;r~Both 'sidesTgreed'to"postponej CarlSOn S lOpS f+ ^ , ^ —• -.v.~ *,.... >•.,.».-, v UI T «V.V*. 0 - i runui'i may uti ciuie 10 pisv ' " - "'^*' ^^ Wf W» ^* • * «^ • • «V O Standings DETROIT All R II RBI end zone and the Browns Stan 1965 elk hunting season, the State Conservation Department '. Sczurek pounced on it. Lou Groza booted a 30-yard j reporter?, today. field goal to make it 17-3 at half-1 The applications time. Passes by Ryan to John Brewer and Brown made way Wert 3b 3 Lumpe 2b 3 I Cash ib 3 for ell Kaline rf 3 .; Horton if 4 license can be picked up at j P. 0 " 13 !. 6 ! . — ,.„., the Conservation Department's { MCAU'..te ss for a 10-yard scoring toss to Lansing headquarters, most ofjf 11 ' 6 . , n c Gary Collins early in the third, j its field offices, several south-1 ^° p ' prn ni^i'k-c anrl a fpw kpv Uf^pntip ^Cnd p 1 Arnold Palmer Quits Classic By RALPH BERNSTEIN | by a home run blast by George ' Butson over the left field wall. , Butson connected on the ice- By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS ! Breaking homer with a 2-1 count 1 and put the Ironwood team ahead by a 2-0 margin. Bob Jacquart a&decl m ore life to the rally as he reached first base on an error by the Madison shortstop. Joe Komaromy brought about the sec o n d Ironwood out of the inning with ! a high fly ball to the outfielder. Bob Meyer planted himself into the batters box ancl wat c h e d ern parks and a few key license! dealers' in the Detroit and Flint 1 K'lais -iu areas , ; New York 000 100 300—41 Hunters wanting to take part! Detroit 300 001 lOx—5 in the Dec. 8-16 elk season will i E - Howard. Kubek, Tresh. have until Aug. 27 to obtain the! DP—Detroit l. LOB—New York application forms, fill them out i 6, Detroit, 7. j and mail them to the depart-! 2B—Mantle. HR—Mantle (14). I ment's Lansing office. Each ap- i SB—Horton, Cash. S — Lumpe.' plication must be accompanied ! SF—D'.meter. Associated Press Sports Writer! by a S25 certified check or mon-j IP II WH1TEMARSH. Pa. (AP) - ev order < Cullen 5 1-3 5 Dick Sikes led the $125,000 Philadelphia Golf Classic into the A drawing will be held around i Hamilton 2-3 0 Sept. t! to determine the 300 j Ramos K ER BB SO 4324 0 0 lucky license holders. Those Reniff who do not win a license will j Lolich i Pena -Pena i3-6i. L—Ramos (4-i hunt. G53. third round today with Jack Nicklaus breathing down his neck, but the big news was Ar- ha y e , t|1p ' r money refu , nd ^ . w nold Pa^er ' Onl . y Michigan residents will : W After" Nicklaus ci:a rged! beu eligible for the draw. Those ; 2 K thrmier- the second round with I wno WRre lssuecl licenses last! Lolich faced 3 men in 7th. Sx bfrriiS and an eagle tor a! V car wil) » ot be eli e ible ^ thc '' WP-Pena. Time 2:47. A-33,seven-under-par 65 and a 36-hple I total of 136. one stroke behind Sikes' 135, Palmer stirred thej crowd with the announcement | he was packing his clubs and i going home to Latrobe, Pa. ! "I don't remember ever doing j what I did on the golf course; today," Palmer said. "I .lust lost my concentration everything." National League W. L. Pet. G.B, Los Angeles . 64 47 .577 -— San Fran. ... 59 46 .562 2 Cincinnati .. 61 48 .560 2 Milwaukee .. 59 47 .557 2V 2 | Praia. .. 57 50 .533 5 Pittsburgh .. 57 54 .514 7 St. Louis 55 54 .505 8 Chicago 52 60 .464 12', Houston . . . 45 62 .421 17 New York 34 75 .312 29 Friday's Results Milwaukee 8, Houston 4 Cincinnati 5, Los Angeles, 4 11 j innings San Francisco 3, St. Louis 2 Chicago 4, New York 3 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 0 Today's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Chicago at New York Houston at Milwaukee 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, 2 Chicago at New York, 2 Monday's Game Philadelphia at Houston, N Only game scheduled. ' Namath Named To Pilot Attack Against Houston By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Dark, handsome Joe Namath, one of the most highly-publicized and certainly most costly rookies of all time, gets his first major professional test tonight in pro football's opening exhibition weekend. Namath, the Alabama boy with the flashing smile of a movie star, whose golden passing arm won S400.000 In bonuses, despite a questionable knee, will work for the New York Jets in an American Football League exhibition against Houston at Alexandria, Va. Namath Is scheduled to work the second and third quarters. As t'uch attention will be paid to his right knee, on which an operation was performed during the off-season, as his strong passing arm. Both survived tests in a rookie game against the Boston Patriots rookies earlier this season. Most of the rest of the rookie standouts were in action in Chicago Friday night as members of the College All-Stars who took n 24-16 drubbing from the National League champion Cleveland Browns. The All-Stars who have professional contracts were due to rejoin their clubs today, but they were scheduled to see little it any action in the spotty exhibition schedule. Tlie only clay game and the only National Football League exhibition sent the improving Washington Redskins against Philadelphia this afternoon at Hc-rshey. Pu. The AFL opens tonight with the Jets-Houston game. Oakland at San Diego and Kansas City at Denver. Buffalo is at Boston Sunday. The Eagle-Redskin game and Sunday's Boston-Buffalo clash are .scheduled for national television coverage. CBS will handle the NFL pame from Hershey ancl NBC the AFL game from Boston. Truman may be able to play. ' The British girls have won the', cup only six times in 37 matches' starting back in 1923. The onlvi time they won in States was in 1925. the United Assault Charge Faces Harding STANDINGS W Carlson's s Standard Oil 4 Knights of Columbus Safeway Movers Aurora Smeeth's C & M Oil Co and Bingo's Junior Chamber ... o i. o i Swedish Crowd BoosCassius DETROIT (AP)-Detroit Pis-L^I^'L..^.^ e _L.^_ ar . k .= tons basketball star Reggie J7cquarrtake"of7'for'"secondi Ha i' din -' chai 'g ed wit h assault base on a passed ball by Madison catcher. Meyer then took a base on balls and Larry Passint, who has j been playing brilliant baseb a 11 throughout the entire tour n a - ment, bounced a double off the fence to score Jacquart from the and batter y in punching a po- hceman. was free on $500 bond tody ' squeezed through another week of Ironwood Slow-Pitch Softball League action with an undefeat- Harding stood mute to the charge at his arraignment Friday before Recorder's Court ed record and now leads the rankings with a 5-0 record. Standard Oil remained in the ! second place spot with a 4-1 tally and the Knights of Columbus Judge Vincent Brennan. hearing was set for Sept. 8. Harding, second and move Meyer to third. Jim Lutey stepped to the plate and attempted to catch withTbS but'1^ to^ove his caTfrom wood on the ball and was thrown out to retire the side. All of the Ironwood scori n g was done on just two hits but American League Bunning Hurls Five-Hitter, Ends Pirates Win String Minnesota . Baltimore .. Cleveland .. Detroit Chicago New York Los Angeles Washington Boston Kansas City W. 70 62 61 59 58 54 49 46 40 36 L. 39 44 45 47 48 57 58 64 66 67 Pet. G.B. ation that nf tw il q took advantage; Ha rding, who has had previous of two walks, one Madison East i brushes with the law, may *» error and one passed ball to I capture the lead. •• unit and Safeway Movers are Deadlocked in the number three, 7-foot -"^-nound P° sition witn 3-2 tallies. ; of hitting patrol Smeet h's and Aurora lead the! Coffin after the of ' seconcl division teams with 2-3 ordered the basketball "cords and are followed by C & M Oil Co. and Bingo s with, a 1-4 mark. Junior Chamber ofj Commerce has yet to win aj game in the second half of play i and holds down the league's bot-i torn spot with a 0-5 record. Next week's schedule will see | Smeeth's tangle with thej 0anding zone , polic e sa id. Harding had averaged 11 be Immediately following this afternoon's completion of the Ironwood-Madison West contest, Me- severely disciplined. National Basketball Associa- 7'i 9Va 10'/2 17 20 24 i/ij 281/2 31 By BOB GIIF.EN and Tommy Harper. The Dodg-l "and '•• Associated Press Sports Writer: ers ti^cl it twice, the last, time in 1 *«.,„.....„. The way Gene Maucli was, the eighth when Wes Parker The 35-year-old Palmer shot a : talking you'd think Jim Bunning | walked, advanced on a wild 34-43_77 for a 36-hole total of'was his own personal invention. I P ltcn - )rr ' scored on John Rose-. 146 which would have made! Like sliced bread. Or the pop-! boro's Dingle, prolonging it until, him anchorman among the 70 i open can. I Coker delivered his winning sin- qualifiers if he chose to continue; "It has to be one of the best! g'e in '!:e nth. in the 72-hole competition pitching performances I've! Hal Lar.ier doubled in two 1 through Sunday. seen." the Phillies' manager. runs and scored the third on a He said he was going home to ; said after Bunning's five-hit. 4-! bad t'-,n.n>, in leading the Giants: Latrobe, Pa., to rest for nextlo conquest of Pittsburgh Friday! past S\ Louis. His fourth-inning week's PGA championship at: night drive ':;mie with two out and his home Laurel Country Club ! It snapped a five-game Pitts-. drove :r Willie Mays and Willie course a* Ligonier, near Pitts- 1 burgh winning string ancl McCuuv. The relay throw- ourgh. ! marked Philadelphia's third tryin", to gel McCovey at the The 25-year-old Sikes. admit--straight victory. plate pounced away from the ting the pressure of leading was Jim Coker's pinch hit single in caichei and Lanier slid home affecting his putting, shot a one- the llH- drove in Ihe winner loi .with 'he winning run. under-par 71, ancl clung to his | Cincinnati in the Reds' 5-4 ded- Gem- Oliver drove in four; glim lead over Nicklaus, who •aid pressure makes him a better player. Behind the Johnnv Pott, top pair were 29-year-old pro from Gulf Hills, who hasn't won a tournamer.t un ihe tour in almost two years; 44- year-old Kel Nagle of Australia, and Joe Campbell, 200-pound veteran of eight years on the sion over the leading Los An- runs wiih a homer and a double, geles Dodgers, San Francisco | Hani; Aaron had three singles edged St. Louis 3-2, Milwaukee i and Mack Jones lashed his 20th whipped Houston 8-4 ancl the homer in Milwaukee's free- Chicago Cubs edged New York's : tnvinump triumph over the AS- Mets 4-3 in the other National tru.s. League games, all at night. Johnny Callison's 25th homer.; ptriurmunce of the season Tony Gonzalez' three singles pieser"er> Chicago's victory and and Cookie Rojas' two-run clou- Larry Jack.-on's lifetime 13-0 ble provider! the hitting sup- '• record against the Mets. He .642 .585 .575 .557 .547 .486 .458 .418 .377 .350 Friday's Results Minnesota 9, Boston 3 Kansas City 9, Baltimore 4 Detroit 5, New York 4 Chicago 11, Cleveland 5 Los Angeles 6, Washington 1 Today's Games Boston at Minnesota Cleveland at Chicago Baltimore at Kansas City light New York at Detroit. N Washington at os Angeles, Sunday's Games Cleveland at Chicago, 2 Baltimore at Kansas City, Boston at Minnesota New York at Detroit Washington at Los Angeles Monday's Game Los Angeles at Cleveland, N Only game scheduled. nasha will tangle with Wisconsin ! the game itself. tion contracts can be voided if a player's conduct brings disrepute on the team, the league or Rapids at 5 and the winners of 6'/o; both games will meet in the > championship game at 2 Sunday afternoon. No consolation game will be played. Pistons Executive Manager Don Wattrick commented "We cannot prejudge the case and will have to wait until we see | what the court does." Knights of Columbus in Mondays { first game at Randa Field and Standard Oil will play C & M Oil Co. and Bingo's in the nightcap. In Wednesday's contests, Safe-; way Movers will meet the league: leading Carlson's outfit in the opener and Aurora will tang 1 e i with the winless Junior Chamber! of Commerce squad in the sec- • ond affair. Versalles Continues Spree To Pad Minnesota's Margin By MURRAY CHASS i helped Kansas City down sec- Associated Press Sports Writer ond-place Baltimore Causey's twi- N single following Tartabull'si third-inning double broke a 2-2! deadlock and put the Athletics ^ arrv ahead to stay. Ken Harrelson added a pair of run-scoring doubles to the attack. Npwatxl'e wants the Lions' full- six-run: J.C. Martin and Don Buford | back . slot He looked pretty slow inning (each drove in four runs as Chi- :to Gilmer Ted Abernathy's 59th relief Sprites placed Cindy Snyder Is 9th In Solo Swimming TOLEDO, Ohio <AP) — Cindy Snyder or the Lansing Sea It's beginning to look as if the | bat of Minnesota's sparkling [ shortstop, Zoilo Versalles, just 1 isn't going to cool off. While on his spree Friday night, Versalles clouted a three- run homer, climaxing a jexplosion in the sixth ._ _ i that carried the Twins to a 9-3! cago bumped Cleveland. Martin | victory over Boston and to a { collected two singles and a dou- 61 a-game lead in the American i ble, while Buford had two hits League, biggest bulge the lead- j and John Romano homered. I Their power nullified a four-hit is ! day for the Indians' Rocky Cola- if ° ri his _ best.slugging; yito and'Leon Wagner's 20th -.. walked in the sev- previous highs are 20 and 67. i enth inning, was sacrificed to Elsewhere in the AL Friday, second and scored Detroit's Nowatzke Eyes Fullback Slot \ j BLOOMFIELD HILLS (API--! : Big Tom Nowatzke, the Detroit • Lions' No. 1 draft choice in > 1964, looks better to head coach STOCKHOLM, Sweden Cassius Clay, the world heavyweight boxing champion, opened his exhibition tour of Sweden Friday night and was booed by many in a crowd of 10,000. After boxing two rounds each with James Ellis of Louisville, Ky., ancl Cody Jones of Detroit, Clay played at getting mad at the booers, most of them admirers of Floyd Patterson, the former heavyweight champ who is a favorite in Sweden. "I wanted them to boo." Clay said afterwards. "That's why I did not show them my best. I want them all to root for Floyd and not lose confidence in him." Clay has said he "very likely" will make his next title defense against Patterson. "I like them to boo me," Clay said. "I take it out on my opponent." The crowd at first applauded politely at Clay's skillful rope skipping that opened the exhibition. The boos started when Clay started imitating Patterson's peekaboo style as he let Ellis make him look bad at times with rights to the face. The crowd cheered for the absent, Patterson and changed back to boos when Clay grabbed a ringside fike and called them "awful nutty." now than he used to. The 6-foot-3, 240 - pound ers have had all year. The 24-year-old hustler headed season, having hit 14 homers j homer. and driven in 55 runs. His best 1 Don Wert tour. Each had 36 hole totals of: port for Bunning's attack. came on after Garry Kolb's three 138. Cincinnati's iir.st four run." run 'i.omer pulled the Mets to U.S. Open champion Gary came en homers b.v L)on Pavlct- within one in the bottom of the Player was far back at 152. ,icii, Pete Ro.se, Dciun Julinsun points among Qualifiers Friday in_the solo preliminaries of the senior national outdoor women's synchronized 1965 AAU Kansas City whipped Baltimore 9-4, Chicago stopped Cleveland 11-5, Detroit nipped New York 54 and Los Angeles knocked off Washington 6-1. 9lh with 61.251 versalles' homer came after rain had delayed the game for 95 minutes. Just before the storm, Bob Allision snapped a 22 tie with a two-run homer. The swimming championships The I blows gave Jim Merritt his first faea Spntes placed sixth among [major league triumph, tne i.oam qualifiers with 60.20i Three hits each by the team points. winning run as Norm Cash singled. The Yankees had tied the game with three runs in the top of the seventh, one run scoring on Clete Boyer's single, another on a wild pitch and the third as Tony Kubek grounded out. Marcelino Lopez pitched a five-hitter after holding Washington hitless for 5 1-3 innings. Los Angeles, meanwhile, got three hits from AI Spangler and Wayne ; twto RBI each from Jim Fregosi they and his him in aides when an all-star Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Gene Oliver, Milwaukee, drove in four runs with a double and a homer as the Braves defeated Houston 84. PITCHING - Jim Bunning, Philadelphia. stopped Pittsburgh on five hits for his 13th victory against seven losses in the Phillies' 4-0 triumph. jCausey ancl Jose Tartabull, and Merritt Jlanw. game a month ago. But Gilmer has worked him in live scrim-, mages the last two days, and that impression is fading. ' "Yes, i was concerned about; his lack of quickness." Gilm i said Friday. "But I see now that he doer have some quickness i about him. I like that. "He's going to look better in scrimmages, the rough stuff, than in the light drills. He likes to block." the coach said. i If Nowatzke beats out veteran '• Nick Pietrosante at fullback, he'll bo one of the biggest backs in the National Football League. The Lions will play an intra- squad game at nerby Pontiac tonight which may be the last chance for some of the rookies to show their stuff. Gilmer said he expects to trim the squad i after the game. USE DAILY GLUBK WANT-ADS TIME! Time to "liven" up your car's engine for the safe, smooth driving performance, lower gas costs you want. Timing, plugs, carburetor, points adjusted for efficient economical operation. JACK & BUD'S SERVICE; 1301 E. Cloverland Drlv*

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