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! Braves, Cards Go Away Happy After Big Rhubarb By WICK TEMPLE (Associated Pre** Sports Writer) ST. LOUIS (AP) — Both Mil- doubleheader waukee and the St. Louis Cardi-i Cardinal Manager nals went away happy Sunday Schoendienst was happy Cardinals, including a 4-2 victo- fourth in IB games for the Car- Brave catcher Gene Oliver ry in the first game of Sunday’s dinals. Hits were painfully leaped to an argument with scarce until the second game Landes, letting the ball roll into Red explosion Sunday. | the dust while Cardinal Jerry ____________ _ be- Bragan walked up and down Buchek trotted from first from a bitter rhubarb in which cause his team won the rhubarb- his rather quiet dressing room, third. Oliver was charged with catcher Gene Oliver of the flavored nightcap, 12 - 2 , get- shouting — “I’ll settle for three- an error for that. Oliver was thrown out and pitched his mitt high into the a protest. “I hope the team gets a lift The fourth inning of Sunday’s air. But he went to the dugout, Milwaukee Manager Bobby out of this,” Schoendienst said, second game was a scorekeep- donned his catcher’s mask, and Bragan, who also was booted “All the balls were falling in er's nightmare. The first rhu- returned to the field. Braves was ejected twice in one ting 15 hits and — Schoendienst out-of-four in this town any- inning. and the Cardinals lodged hoped—cracking a slump. time.” “I hope the team gets a out with pitcher Hank Fischer there today. I think everybody barb started with a play at the in the inning, was pleased be- loosened up.” cause his second place club won three of four games with the The victory was Landes walked back plate in which umpire Stan plate to resume the Landes called St. Louis's Dick looked at Oliver, did a the Groat safe. PISTOL SHOOT CHAMPIONS Scott County Sheriff William Strout, left, of Davenport, Iowa, scored 889 to reign as champion of champions Sunday in the fifth annual Gunslick Invitational Pistol Shoot at the La Crosse Airport range. The event is sponsored by Outers Laboratories, Onalaska. and the La Crosse Police Department, drawing shooters from Illinois, Minnesota. Iowa and Wisconsin. The Rochester team, from left—B. Mertz, L. Graham, L. Holtorf and J. Ryan—was team champion with A1 Isakson, right, La Crosse, scoring 296 for the rapid fire championship. —Tribune Photo. * to the game, double take, and threw the catcher out again. Then Schoendienst set up a beef, contending Bragan had gone to the mound twice in the same inning and should be forced to relieve pitcher Fisch| er. Landes wouldn’t allow this and Schoendienst played the game under protest. Two plays later, Lou Brock 1 doubled to right and Cardinal Julian Javier bumped into Fischer as he rounded third. Javier was out at home but umpire Augie Donatelli allowed the run, explaining Fischer had obstructed Javier. Then came the big rhubarb in which Fischer and Bragan were tossed out. “I saw him coming at me and tried to move to my left,” Fischer said after the game. “He stuck his elbow out and went out of his way to get me, and the ump said I ran into him.” Javier had another version. “I make my turn at third a little wide,” he said. “I was just trying to get home and he (Fischer) was in my way. He didn't do it deliberately.” First Gamo MILWAUKEE ab r h bi Javier ?b 5 0 2 0 Brock It 4 2 10 Flood cf 4 12 0 Boyer 3b 4 13 1 White lb YANKS BLANK ANGELS Sk<pwron Guns Chisox Victory By MURRAY CHASS (Associated Press Sports Writer) Skowron tied the game with a home run in the seventh inning, With Dick Tracy cruising at then tripled across the winning full speed, Chicago’s gangbust- run the ninth. The 34 -year-old first baseman is in his first full season with the White Sox, having helped them to within one game of preventing the New York Yankees from capturing their fifth straight pennant last year. ☆ ☆ £ After the grueling AL fight, fj Skowron ai d teammate Pete Ward went in for another kind of prevention. They joined a Chicago area detective agency. Their primary assignment ers stand a fighting chance of breaking the monopoly in the American League. Tracy, as B i 11 Skowron is known because of his winter occupation, handcuffed t h e Washington Senators 2-1 Sunday and steered the White Sox to within one-half game of first-place Minnesota. STANDINGS * - • \ • ’ >; S '4*.. . *|$% *-. • •• *" „ ? ^ |* IT FELL IN —Minnesota second baseman Jerry Kindall, left, ducks as right- fielder Tony Oliva makes a vain try for Al Kalire’s short fly during fifth inning Sunday. Kaline made it to second on the play. Detroit won 5-4.—UPI Telephoto. Twins Take Half-Game Lead Into Chicago Series was selling the company s patrol service, but at times they —————— ajso wen^ on patrol duty, cruis- kA A /OP I FAGUF in8 around in a car complete fVlMJKJK with two_way radi0 h00kup and flashing red light. Skowron plans to return to his i role of detective, but before he does he’d like to help the White Sox win the pennant. Right now s "7 he’s hitting .289 and leads the ^ team in runs batted in with 30 and home runs with seven. In other AL games, Detroit edged Minnesota 5-4. New York blanked Los Angeles 3-0, Baltimore nipped Boston 1-0 and Kansas City defeated Cleveland 8-4 before losing 5-2. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. G.B 38 22 31 22 31 25 31 26 29 27 28 28 27 30 26 34 24 32 20 39 Los Anqele* Milwaukee Cincinnati San Francisco Pittsburqh Philadelphia St. Louis Houston IChicaqo New York Sunday Results Los Angeles 5-4. New York 2-3 Chicago 9-0, Cincinnati 7-7 Milwaukee 4-2, St. Louis 2-12 Philadelphia 5, Houston 0 Pittsburgh 2. San Francisco 1 Monday Games New York at Cincinnati, N Pittsburgh at St Louis, N Chicago at Houston, N Only games scheduled Tuesday Games New York at Cincinnati, N Philadelphia at Milwaukee, N Pittsburgh at St. Louis, N Chicago at Houston, N San Francisco at Los Angeles, N AMERICAN LEAGUE .633 .583 .554 .544 .518 .500 8 .474 9’a .433 12 .429 12 .339 17’3 CHICAGO (AP)—The Minne- Griffith. In addition, the Twins John Wyatt sota Twins, their first - place have had Bernie Allen playing mentioned, margin over Chicago shaved to third base regularly at Denver Sunday’s lo still GONZALES PRODUCES Dodgers Boost Lead To 3V2 Sports Alou ct Bolling 2b Aaron rf ICarty If - Cline cf Torre c Oliver lb *2 rohobo off and regrouped their forces shape, and he may be sum- 31 1 0 for a showdown three-game se- moned back to the majors. 4 C 0 1 ‘ o | The Twins boomed out three Washington W L PetG B Minnesota 34 20 .630 • , Chicago 34 21 .618 1 1 Baltimore 31 25 .554 4 Cleveland 28 24 .5385 1 > Detroit 2925 .537 5 k Los Angeles 29 31 .483 8 New York 26 29 .473 8’* Boston 2431 .436 10’y ) Washington 25 34 .424 llVk . Kansas City 1535 300 17 3000 ries with the White Sox opening Saturday Results Los Angeles 13, 0 0 0 0 Groat ss 10 0 1 Warwick rf 4 0 12 Uecker c 4 111 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 here Tuesday night. Rich Rollins has not been able brew and Joe Nossek and a two- to get started hitting this spring, run blow by Bob Allison—but Su"p*v y* **u 3 * l New York 3 De la H'z 3b 4 0 0 0 Simmons p 2 0 0 0 The Twins bowed 5-4 at De- and reserve Frank Kostro dis- mustered little else offensively. 2 2 2 2 troit Sunday while Chicago was appointed with two errors at They got only three other hits wood ard ss 3 o i o Gagiiano ph ioio beating Washington 2-1 to dilute third in Saturday’s 8-5 loss at off left-handers Hank Aguirre Kansas city s-?, Mat'ews ph ooo Minnesota’s lead in the Ameri- Detroit. nnA i o cinoio hv ?-am- £a (trnfiHT artbunr Monday, June 14, 1965 Delivered on RFD Junt IS 12 ph Alomar ss 0 0 0 0 Bi's'ame p 4 0 0 0 Totals 34 4 10 4 Milwauktt St. Louis ............. E—Nona DP—St. Lou waukee 7, St. Louis 4 and Mickey Lolich, a single by Monday Games os Angelas 0 Detroit 5. Minnesota 4 Chicago 2, Washington 1 Baltimore 1, Boston 0 Cleveland rain 4-5, 2nd Totals ooo ioi^o 2 o —4 point where a White Sox victory mon Killebrew at third if a Oiiva. ioo oio 000-2 Tuesday night would knock the right-hander had pitched for the Minnesota had only two mild Tat Kansas city '* L L M Twins out of first place for the Tigers Sunday 4«*—*u- **■ ---*- -* — “ R^TvvhiteV(»)' sf —T cn-V°n 3B-Brock first time since they moved to ip h r er bb so the top of the pack May 30. ! « I \ 1 *1 With the major league trading a “stopper” relief pitcher—with both times after two were out. the Athletics’ Wes Stock and can League to a precarious Mele considered putting Har- Allison and two singles by Tony Baltimore at Boston, N New York at Cleveland, N Only games scheduled HR By MIKE RATHET (Associated Press Sports Writer) Louis 4-2 before getting walloped 12-2 in a wild, rhubarb- «i?ienje ^.aucb* the exPlos*v® punctuated second game. Philadelphia manager, doesn t Eisewhere, the Chicago Cubs throw spare ribs any more. Now d Cincinnati 9.7 before lhe he conducts lecture sessions at Reds took lhe nightcap 74l and 9:30 in the morning. The subject of Mauch’s dis- ^ sertation Sunday was lackadaisical play. The object of Mauch’s displeasure was outfielder Tony Gonzalez. And the result of Mauch’s dis- Pittsburgh edged San Francisco The Dodgers put the opener out of reach with a four-run fourth-inning uprising keyed by Willie Davis’ two-run single. Sf. Louis Park Takes Gopher Track Crown Bl's'ame w, 7-5 Simmons L, 4-7 ! Taylor T—2:20. threats besides the times they scored. In the first and sixth in- Mele and Griffith also want nings they got two men on base. Minnesota at Chicago ,N Boston at Detroit, N Washington at Cleveland, N Baltimore at New York, N Alou lb Bolling 2b Aaron rf Carty If 'Mat'ews 3 Oliver c Torre c jJones cf ST. PAUL Cline ph Kolb ph (AP) — Minne- f ischer p Second Gama : ee ST. LOUIS ab r h biab r h bi 5 0 2 0 Javier 2b 6 13 2 5 0 10Brock If 5 111 3 10 0 Flood cf110 0 4 0 10 Shannon cf 2 1111 b 3 0 0 0 White lb2 10 0 10 0 0 McC'ver c 5 2 3 2 2 1 1 i: Groat 3b 4 3 3 2 4 0 2 0 Warwick rf 5 0 11 ss 2 0 0 0 Buchek ss 4 2 3 2 10 11 Purkey p 3 0 0 1 10 0 0 10 0 0 ph 10 0 0 ss 2 0 0 0 35 2 8 2 Totals 37 12 15 12 that carried the Phillies to a 5-0 victory for a 5-6 record with the books in perfect weather st. louis 2 deadline approaching at midnight Tuesday, Twins trade talk flourished once more. Manager Sam Mele was quoted in Detroit as saying. “I’ve got to have a third baseman.” Back in the Twin Cities Sunday night. Minnesota President Calvin Griffith would confirm only that the Twins are still dickering in the trade mart. “The only thing 1 can say is we have until midnight Susie Maxwell Shoots A 69 To Cop WWGA Detroit, on the other hand, left the bases loaded three times and had 11 men stranded for the afternoon. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS Aguirre drove in what proved to be the winning Tiger run with cinnati a single in the seventh inning. Earlier, the Tigers counted once Cincinnati. 43 ’. A ° , , Run* batted in m the first on Al Kaline s dou- Mays, sar NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting 100 at bat* — Coleman. Cin 354; Aaron and Torra, Milwau- Skowron’s game-winning triple off Pete Richert followed Floyd Robinson’s leadoff double. The first baseman’s home run offset Don Lock’s second- inning homer and ended Richert’s string of 19 scoreless innings. Pedro Ramos rescued Whitey Ford n the ninth inning and saved the Yankees’ victory. Ford in the ninth inning and one Angel as far as second base. The Yankees scored all of their runs in the fourth inning, two on a bases-loaded single by Hector Lopez. John Orsino brought home Brooks Robinson with a sacrifice fly in the fifth for Baltimore's only run. Milt Pappas picked up his first triumph in nearly a month with one-pitch relief help from Stu Miller in the ninth. With two on and one out, Miller got Boston’s Tony Conigliaro to hit into a game- ending double play. The Athletics won the opener with five runs in the seventh inning, three on Ken Harrelson’s homer and two on shortstop Dick Howser’s error. Chuck Hinton's leadoff homer in the second inning of the ble, twice in the third on Willie Horton’s 13th homer of the sea— They’re son and once in the sixth on a victory over Houston for their nimh.innlng heIp from Bob MU. Saturday as St. Louis Park w«: 0 fJKK,« fifth straight triumph, lifting them to the .500 level for the first time in almost a month. ler. the championship at Macalester waukee io, st. Louis io 2B—Buchek, Brock 3B 00 602 060- 2 - - - CHICAGO (AP) . .......... 010 700 i 3*—12 Tuesday”, Griffith said. “We’re calling blonde Susie Maxwell, single, walk, sacrifice and in- Jripit* ischer, Buchek looking for help. I'll be do—• “Sncio the rharcf. field out. ' U»~,. . Tun,”- Rose. Cincinnati. 46; H.rper, nightcap sparked a four-run Cleveland rally, helping Lee FranciscoB*«M' ChlCM0' 50: Stange pick up his first victory Hit* — Pinson, Cincinnati, 75; j . Aiou, 0f the season. Rain cut the see- San Francisco, 73. , . Doubles—Williams. Chicago, 20; Santo Ond game to 6*2 innings. Chicago; Alou, Mitwauket; "jranepool. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York, and Allen, Philadelphia, 15, Cailison, Philadelphia. 8 Chicago 000 000 101—I 6 1 Oliver, Fischer 1, St. Louis 1. LOB . overcame a 3-2 deficit in the Mauch, who has been known j h on ,k Jjm Gjm to throw spare ribs around the In the nightcap, the Dodgers CoJJeg,e,’ & 61 Park s miler, Bob Wagner, set j (2). one record in the mile with a Shannon (1). SB- Groat, HR— McCarver. S—Purkey IP H Fischer L, 1-1 3 2-3 4 clocking of 4:15.1 as his team n^o i-3 2 0 Kelley .................. 1 1 ... , . , , . a sacrifice, Ron Fairly’s run-, ... —, . . m. , . „ clubhouse when he's fuming, scori sj ,e ^ a d'ubIe b : piled up 20 points. Tied for sec- ***, has kept his temper all season Wallv6M* that sent thp Met's ond were Minneapolis North and o Deii long while the lan- ^ t^Xir sL-ad?-1 Ed“a ‘ Mormngside with 16 "* guished in the second division, b nnmtc But Saturday Mauch had enough of Gonzalez’ play and pulled him out in the middle of the game. ☆ i points each. Top outstate total was 11 by HBP—By Fischer, Flood; Flood. T — 3:01. A— 25,360 R ER BB SO 5 14 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 110 4 3 3 0 1 2 0 4 7 By Niekro ing some telephoning Monday.” Third baseman Ed Charles of Kansas City or Frank Malzone of Boston may be sought by o -1 — ---------------------. Minnesota Baseball Tournament To Open ‘Susie the Charg- field out. *r M Jerry Kindall’s boot of Pittsburgh, 6. Home runs — Mays, San Francisco, a 20; McCovey, San Francisco, 14 Washington 016 000 000—1 S 0 Howard, W;lhelm (8) and Schaffer; P chert, and Bi-umley W—Wilhelm (1-2) L Stolen bases — Wills, Los Angela*, 39, - R chert (3-5' Pitching — Ellis, Cincinnati, 9 2. .818; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 11-3, 786 ~ , . _ i_____ 3ic«rn u«>cs — wm It’s because of grounder put a runner on base Brock, st. louis, 25 the wav she took shead of Horton s homer in the charep of the 36th third, making two of the three ~strwTgout*" — Kouta*. io* Angelas, 127 , Baltimore annual Women’s runs off loser Jim Kaat (5-7) ^son, st. lou,*^ Western Golf unearned. Tournament Sun- Twins ^ave l^eir ^g Home runs Chicago, Skowron Wash ngton. Lock (4). (7) Rookie catcher Chris Krug Moorhead, good for fifth place. Los Angeles By Tha Associated Pres* NATIONAL LEAGUE First Game and Ron Santo each hammered three-run homers while Billy his Wagner nipped 3.8 seconds off Ne0w5)pYf>°nrk R Miller own mile record of last Fisher,.L. Mi ST. PAUL (AP) - A com- oletely new field opens play in the Minnesota high school base- o ball tournament at Midway Sta- ITer( 4 )!",paarsons'<( 8 )DOarnd dium Wednesday. Those ousted nal round of day. Susie, AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting 100 at bat* — DavaUMo. Cleve land, 365; Horton, Detroit, and Jones, (S-7) Camilo Boston, 353 , , wr , Run* — Green, Boston, 42; Wagner, New York oo Pascual and Kaat lined up 10 Cleveland, and Killabraw and Varsallts, Los Angela* ** *. , ,i /. t L _— _ • •■■amI, u I a n,, a, ■ .0 Fftrd Cnr 000 010 M0— 1 I 0 Boston 000 000 000—0 6 1 Pappas, Miller (9) and Orsino; Monbou- ouefte, Radatz (9) and Tillman, Ryan (9) W -Pappas (6-2) L—Monbouduetl# three” of Jim Grant. 000 400 100— 5 9 000 000 101—2 7 (9) and Roseboro Miss Maxwell charged past Mrs Pi"^ Chic^° serles- work' “ST' mh " Marlene Hagge. 'n2 in at or the third - rou leader, with a 69 for a 72-hi Gonzalez had their chat f( what the Philadelphia manager tory. termed failure “to execute four sters, but Nick Kurtz of Tracy The Reds came back to take recorded a 22-8 broad jump lo * Ang«t«* plays much less than his capa- the nightcap behind the hitting mark and Joel Kleffman of Hib- bilities.” New York Willhite, R Second Game 000 100 102—4 9 1 000 102 000—3 10 3 Miller (6), Perranoski (8), Austin. Carol Sorenson of Janesville, C1 “He was right,” Gonzalez. “It was my fault. of Frank Robinson, who drove bing heaved the shot 57-2 for a Pod,r« and Roseboro; cisco, l mmi - admitted ui three runs with a double and record. 'er ’ earnar ' r ' arson* I single in support of Joey Jay’s Greg Lokken of Moorhead won the 100 -yard dash in 10 seconds just go out now and do my five-hit pitching, best.” Vern Law pitched a three-hit- flat after Ed Wade of Minneapo- He did it right away, leading tor for the Pirates, winning his lis North stepped to a 9.9 record off the first with a homer, tack- fifth straight, and scored the in the preliminaries. Wade fell ing on the other two hits and winning run on Bill Virdon’s to third in the finals, raising his average to .298 while seventh-inning triple after col- providing the only support Chris lecting a single. Willie McCovey (9) and Cannizzaro. W—Perranoski (2-1). L-Kroll (3-5). Home run — New York, Smith (7). Houston 000 000 000—0 5 2 Philadelphia 100 031 00*—5 10 o Raymond, Coombe (6), Lee (8) and Brand; W—Short (6-6). L 3). Home ( 6 ). Opening games start off with wi winner of the Brjtis„ U) Norwood - Young America vs. Iast ,ed the amate(Jrs w#h Virginia at 1 p m Other games 73.8,.s2.77_m and finished in a match St. Paul Humboldt with thre tie for 14tb ,ace Bramerd, Bemidji against St. M Hagge of Pensacola Northfie!dnd RiChfieW againS‘ Fla ' wh0 “ Miss Maxwell, of Richfield, ab r h bi V'rsalles ss 4 0 0 0 Rollins 3b 4 0 0 0 Oliva rf 4 12 0 Killeb'w lb 2 111 Allison If 4 12 2: Bettey c 4 c 0 0 1 Nossek cf 4 1 1 1 > Kindall 2b 4 0 0 0 Kaat p 10 0 0 Perry p 10 0 0 V'ld'pino ph 0 0 0 0 Hall ph 10 0 0 Total* 33 4 * 4 Minnesota Detroit E—Kindall . LOB-i 11. DETROIT Kaline cf Horton If Freehan c Thomas rf 000 300 000- 3 4 0 000 000 000—0 S 0 Ford, Ramos (9) and Howard; New- batled in — Mantilla, Boston, man, Lee (9> and Rodger* vV Ford (4 49, Howard, Washington, 43. 6). L--Newman (7-4) Hits— Davalillo. Cleveland, 69, Car- ab r h bi d*nal' Los Angeles, 67. First Game Doubles — Versalles, Minnesota, )6; Cleveland 102 010 000—4 1) 4 0 10 1 100 1 01 50*—i 7 1 W'eaver (6) and A?- 5 2 0 ) Ward, Chicago, and Oliva, Minnesota, 15. Kansas City 5 0 10 Triples — Campaneris, Kansas City, Siebert Bell (6), 5 0 2 1 W. Smith, Los Angeles; Versalles, cue; Buschhorn, Drabowsky (4), Pena Minnesota; Tresh, New York, and Bias- (6), Moss: (7) and Bryan, Lachemann ------ , (g) vv Mossl (2-1). L- Bell il-2) Home run — Kansas City, Harrelson 1 0 0 0 ir,9ame> Washington, 6 3 0 0 0 Home runs — Horton, Detroit, 13; 2 0 11 Cleveland, and Kaline, Detroit, 12. Stolen bases — Cardenal, Los Angeles, Cleveland 20; Campaneris, Kansas City, 18 Pitching — Pascual, Minnesota, 8 0, 32 $ 9 J.1-0®*' Chicago, 6-1, 857 Totals m oof StJ Lolich'. Df,r0lt Minnesota 5, Detroit Second Game 040 010 B-S 10 1 Kansas City 001 100 x —I I I Stange and Carreon; O'Donoghue, Hunter (2), Stock (5) and Lachemann. W — Strikeouts — McDowell, Cleveland, 108; Stange (1-0). L O'Donoghue (38). 64 Home run Cleveland, Hinton (5). HR Killebrew winner Raymond <2- straight, is the tournament fav- ^ h fina»l M°Und * JfUul , shrugged her shoulders at the Tulsa, Okla., by two strokes be-((^f Nossek 2 (U,°rAllison (10), Horton just1 (13). S—Aguirre, Wert. IP run — Philadelphia, Gonzalez orite. end of the day and asked: Kaat L, 5-7 Perry Rochester won the state teenis p'/JjburJh ''1'0 Short needed in subduing the hit his 13th homer for the lone title with 19 points to 12 for Min Astros on five hits. Giant run. The Los Angeles Dodgers, --------meanwhile, stretched their Na- METS WIN TWO tional League lead to 3Ms games netonka. Hibbing tied for seventh with 7 and Montgomery and Austin tied for tenth with 4. The Mets bombed the Ad Men Bob Gray of Rochester won oyer Milwaukee, defeating the 26-6 and the Pencil Pushers 6-1 the singles title, beating John New York .Mets 5-2 and 4-3 while Sunday in Trane Co. League Brennan of Minneapolis West, the_Braves split, beating St. softball games at Powell Park. 6 - 3 , 6 - 1 , in the finals. The doubles crown went to Brian Mahin and Dave York, who beat brothers Dave and Robert Daugherty of Rochester, 5-7, 6-2, 7-5. Sunde Will Get Crack At Viking Guard Spot 010 000 000-1 3 0 000 001 10*—2 7 0 Perry, Bolin (8) and Bertell, Haller (8); Law and Pagliaroni. W—Law (5-5). L—Perry (6-5). Home run — San Francisco, McCovey 04). First Gam# Cincinnati Chicago Arrigo, Duffalo (2), Craig (7) and Edwards; Koonce, Abernathy (9) and Krug. W—Koonce (5-4). L—Arrigo (2-3) Home runs — Chicago, Krug (1), Santo (12), Williams (8). Second Gama Cincinnati 000 300 040—7 5 0 Chicago 000 000 000—0 5 2 Jay and Pavletich; Hendley, McDaniel (6), Broglio (8), Humphreys (8) and Bailey. W—Jay (5-2). L—Hendley (0-1). First Meeting For CC Junior Golfers “How in the heck do you bet- Aguirre W, 7-2 Lolich lippctein ter a 69? Anybody who shoots p '*'* that well deserves to win.” Susie, who nailed down $1,500, The first meeting of La Crosse blistered the front nine with a Country Club junior golfers is four-under-par 33. Mrs. Hagge 3 4 2 1-3 3 2-3 0 1-3 1 1 2-3 1 8 6 1 0 HBP-By Perry, Freehan; By Aguirre Valdespino. T—2:33. A—50,393. i«m* vuumij v/iuw juiuui 6UUV,‘’ 1 UU 1 -UllUCI-JJdl OO. IYXI a. fidggc —. ID A C 4- SBSaS i scheduled for Wednesday morn- encountered putting trouble and Track KeCOfd jet ing at 9 o’clock. negotiated the front nine in 38, Black River Falls ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS his home in Philadelphia that he Edges Banqor 4-3 f AP) — Milt Sunde. the former plans to go to Bemidji to give University of .Minnesota star his right leg a test, who fought his way up to start- Doctors had doubted Dean ing guard status for several could ever play again, but he games as a rookie last year, is going to be doctor says it won’t hurt to try given added duty in 1965. it. TwirUn ( °aChc ;N°Im X,a* Three VikinS rookies will re- a triple for~BRF “whiie"Gaven and ^ ^ wi t P°rt t0 camP late after Play in8 Grob had a double for Bangor.' Sunde will be worked at center in the College All-Star game in Bangor Racine Driver Wins Iowa Stock Car Race INDIANAOLA, Iowa (AP) It is open to children of club one over regulation, members starting with those en- Mrs. Hagge, who wound up tering the sixth grade this fall, with $ 1 , 200 , finished with a 74 — ------------ for a 293. SEASON SHORTENED j in third spot and winner of $1,ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) —The 000 in the $ 10,000 event, was Northern League, shrunk to four Sandra Haynie, a 22 -year-old teams and a short season, starts Longview, Tex., native. Miss ; “spring” training this week. Haynie had a final round of 72 League members are Aberdeen ,1 and a 297 total. In fourth was Mary Mills of At Union Grove Race UNION GROVE, Wis. (AP)Doug Rose of Akron, Ohio, drove the Green Monster to victory in two of three races at the Great Lakes Dragaway Sunday, beating Bob Tatroe of Detroit in the Bonneville Avenger. Rose set a track record of 240 miles an hour. Lowell Dahl of Stoughton won ^ ^ Huron, S.D., Duluth and St. BrACK RIVER FALLS Wis iNorm Nelson of Racine, Wis., Cloud. Squads will be made up Ocean Springs, Miss.’ with 301. the nitro fuel division with a -Smith hit a three run h0mer picked UP $1’835 Sunday by driv* of rookies from last year Plus Next came defending champion speed of 181.81 m.p.h. and John ing a 1965 Plymouth to victory players drafted in last w'eek’s Kathy Whitworth of Dallas with Buttera of Kenosha took the gas in a 200 mile stock car race at!free - agent draft. The season a 304 opens June 27. to lead Black River Fails to a Minnesota Viking said the leg is strong and his ^stemWUconsto League'ba'U Greenwood Roadway dragster division at 176.47 m.p.h. ball game Sunday. Lansing had LoLf Burmeister of Milwau- two singles and Alan Boardman kee placed eighth in a Plymouth Emlen Tunnell's 79 interceptions in 14 seasons is a National Football League record. 002 000 010—3 003 100 00X—4 I . . AAA vvuvgv **** k / umi gauiv AAJ DallkCUI in summer trainmg camp at Chicago. They are Oklahoma b.R. Falls w, aw w*—. « * emidji .starling July 19 so ^e halfback Lance Rentzel, Illinois Steigerwald, Goesch ( 6 ) and S^Ve f.S rr r. P, 111311 to tackle Archie Sutton and Tulsa Olson; Zhe, Mi 11 is (5) and Mick Tingelhoff. Sunde is ex- defensjve back Jeff Jordan, pected to be in the thick of the fight for an offensive guard spot, too. Van Brocklin also said he is calling 17 Viking veterans to camp four days early so they can get extra work. They include 1964 regulars Frank Tarkenton, Hal Bedsole, Tom Hall, and Carl Eller, plus the likes of Sunde, Ron VanderKelen, Red Phillips and Gary Larsen. Ted Dean, Viking halfback who missed moist of 1964 after he was critically injured in an automobile accident, said from; Pflanz. FENDRICH Give Dad a Box for Father’s Day Retread Tire .E All Sizes One Price Installed, Bleck Plus Tix and Old Tire NO DOWN PAYMENT THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL BRAKES AND FRONT-END SPECIAL # Adjust Brakes # Align Front and Balance Front Wheels 88 Terms B. F. GOODRICH 6th and State Dial 4 5065 SETTLE YOUR PROBLEMS WITHOUT INTERRUPTION FULL J/4-OZ. SHOTS 25C 9th and MARKET LA CROSSE

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