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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan • Page 6

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan • Page 6

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Ironwood, Bessemer Win Babe Ruth Tourney Games Teams to Play In Semi-Final Action Today BESSEMER In what some spectators described as the finest Babe Ruth League ball- game that has ever been played on the Gogebic Range, the Bessemer All-Star team edged the Escanaba All-Stars by a score or 1-0 Friday afternoon in the Upper Peninsula Babe Ruth Tournament being staged at Massie Field here. The tilt not only was well- played on the part of both teams, but it also went a total of 14 innings before a single by Jeff Betlewski, a stolen base and an error, the first of the contest, brought home the single, game-winning run for the Bessemer nine. In the second game of the day, the Ironwood All-Stars downed the Calumet All-Stars 8-5. Both Bessemer and Ironwood will now advance into the semifinal round of this year's district tournament, which will be played today staring at 2 p.m. with the Bessemer-Marquette game followed at 4 by the Ironwood Iron Mountain Division II game. The winners of today's semi-final contests will play fot the district crown on Sunday with the consolation game slated to start at 1:30 and the championship battle at 3. Bessemer and Escanaba held each other without a run for the first 13 innings with Betlewski hurling the first 10 innings for Bessemer and Pete Ross going the first eight innings for the losers. Betlewski was relieved in the 10th after allowing five hits, striking out 14 and walking none. Tom Kulik took over on the mound for Bessemer and was credited with the win after striking out two, walking none and allowing no hits. Ross, in his eight inning tour on the mound, struck out 13 batters, issued two walks and allowed two hits. He was relieved by Nye, who worked the final six innings and struck out six, walked 2 and allowed two hits and was tagged with the heartbreaking loss. Ironwood started the scoring in the opening inning of the second game with a pair of runs and added another two in the second to build a 4-0 lead. The Calumet All-Stars went scoreless in their first three innings but following a one-run spurt by Ironwood in the fourth, which brought the tally to 5-0, Calumet evened the score with a five-run rally, aided by four walks issued by Ironwood pitching. Both teams went scoreless in the fifth inning but the Ironwood nine iced the victory with three runs in the sixth to end the game's scoring. Mike Shea was on the hill for Ironwood and Tvas honored with the win after fanning 11, walking seven and allowing five runs on five hits. Usitalo went the first six innings for the losers and was tagged with the loss. He struck out five, allowed 10 hits, walked three and hit two batters. He was relieved by Mukovitz in the seventh inning and Ironwood was put down in order. Chuck Kolesar belted out double in the winning efforl while Al Kanipes hit three singles and Milt Krznarich and Tony Negrini both hit two singles each. Cepeda Belts 2 Homers to Lead Cardinals to 9-2 Win PAGE 6 Ironwood Daily Globe, Saturday, July 16, 1966 By HAL BOCK When Orlando Cepeda is in a hitting mood, only the umpires can get him out. The Cincinnati Reds weren't having much luck with the big St. Louis slugger Friday night until Umpire John Kibler interceded in the seventh inning of the Cardinals' 9-2 victory. Cepeda was called out on a close play at first base and when he argued over the call, Kihler tossed him out of the bail game. By then, the damage was done. Cepeda had whacked his Girl Athletes Replace Poles BERKELEY, Calif. (AP)- aLs these days find glamor in rack and field. "It's the next best thing to a ishwasher," says 15-year-old Delores Stoneback. "You'll be condition so you won't get ired doing the dishes." Charlotte Cook, a pert 18-year Id who has smashed the Amer- can records in both the 440 and J80, declares, "Track guaran- ees a good figure." You wouldn't guess by look- ng at her that RaNae Bair ates as the best woman javelin thrower in the United States. For women 'track stars these ays are feminine, not the pro- bulgy muscled with the sport otype of the associated a the past. Delores, Charlotte and RaNae 11 compete this weekend in the AH American Invitational at the University of California's Edwards Track Stadium, a meet instituted when Poland re- eged on commitments to meet he United States team in a dual meet. Following the lead of Russia, he Poles withdrew with the harge they opposed the U. S. ctions in Viet Nam. "It was unfair," Miss Cook leclared. "Unfair to the ath- etes and to all the sports fans." Miss Bair doesn't think the athletes in either Russia or oland actually voted not to come to the United States. Sixteen events were scheduled the track meet today and ftiss Cook could well set a new American record in meter race. She unday's 800. Weighing 121 waist and standing Bcnemer (1) Bonovitz Honkala Betlewski Kulik LeGazza ABR Eseanaba (0) Vargovich 2 Smoleich 4 Velln 3 McDerm't 1 Wanden 3 Trolla 4 Kapugia Bod ah 4 Chylak 6 Stacey 5 Johnson 6 Ross 5 Miketanac 5 Graulle 3 Nye 2 McGinn Lancour 4 AB Totals 47 1 4 Totals 47 0 Bessemer 000 000 000 000 Escanaba 000 000 000 000 00 Irrmwood (8) ICalnmet ABR Fertile Negrini 4 Miklesh 1 Shea 4 Krznarich 4 Cisewski 3 Lonsway 3 Kolesar 3 Kanipes 4 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 30 8 10 Totals Ironwood Calumet 000 Usitalo Billltz Diero Erkkila Hosking Limback Mukavitz Struzel Biekola Mattila Saari Roche Dini Paulson Ladoskl Totals 220 AB 4 0 3 0 3 3 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 23 103 500 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 5 I For peak performance stop in now for a complete checkup 12th and '3th homers of the season and lifted his batting average to .324, fourth best in the National League. The Cardinal first baseman, who came from San Francisco in the trade for Ray Sadecki, is on an ll-for-20 tear at the plate and seems completely recovered from the eye injury which sidelined him for two weeks last month. Cepeda was struck by a batting practice line drive June 10. He returned to the line-up June 24, and in the three weeks since then he's had 25 hits in 73 at bats a .342 pace. In addition to costing the Reds the ball game, Cepeda cost Cincinnati pitcher Sammy Ellis $50. After Cepeda's second homer in the fifth inning, Ellis decked Mike Shannon with a pitch. Plate Umpire Paul Pryor warned Ellis about the duster, and that calls for an automatic $50 fine. Elsewhere in League, ex-Met the National Dick Stuart goes with the 400- again in a 25-inch Charlotte says, "I eat every- bing because I run six hours a ay and burn it up." Miss Stoneback, who com- against Charlotte in the 00 and also races the 200, tarted running against boys back in the sixth grade. "I'd beat 'em too," recalled the 130-pound youngster who stands 5-9. beat his former teammates with a pinch single in the llth inning as Los Angeles edged New York 4-3, Chicago shaded Pittsburgh 5-4 and San Francisco downed Philadelphia 8-1 behind Juan Marichal. Houston and Atlanta were rained out. In the American League, Detroit defeated Boston 8-5 in innings, Kansas City dropped New York 5-4, Minnesota edged Washington 5-4, Chicago defeated Cleveland 4-2 and California downed Boston 4-2. Curt Flood led a 15-hit Cardinal attack with four safeties as the St. Louis Cardinals battered five Cincinnati pitchers. Thing; got so desperate for the Reds' itching staff that new Manager )ave Bristol brought in Mel Jueen, an outfielder, to work he ninth inning. Queen had more success than is predecessors, setting the Cardinals down in order. Stuart, who was released by ic Mets last month, beat his Id team with a soft single to enter, scoring Ron Fairly from third. Fairly who had walked, went to third on Jim Lefebvre's double. John Roseboro smashed two-run homer for the Dodgers Robin Roberts, making his irst start for Chicago, dropped he Pirates into second place cattering eight hits. Ron Santo led the Cubs' attack, with three straight hits, driving in four uns. The loss ended a five-game 'ittsburgh winning streak. Willie Mays and Jim Hart smashed home runs, backing VTarichal's five-hit pitching as he Giants whacked the Phillies. The homers were No. 21 each or Mays and Hart and gave Willie 526, just eight short of Jimmy Foxx and second place on the all-time homer list. Marichal struck out nine in gaining his 15th victory. He lost bis bid for a fifth shutout in the ninth inning. Jack Bud's Service 1301 E. Cleveland Drive Ironwood Cupit Builds Tourney Lead ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Jacky Cupit has been teasing sports writers with talk aboul changes in his game which he says are responsible for the' 11- under par 131 he carried into the third round of the Minnesota Golf Classic today. It may be that Billy Casper Cupit's partner in the seconc round Friday, spilled the beans "Jacky has gotten the loop on his back swing, 1 sale Casper, the U.S. Open champion who shot a six-under-par 65 for 134. "Jacky's swing is more orthodox now, more compact," added Casper. "It's a different Cupit, who tacked a 66 onto his opening round 65 to take two-stroke lead in the $100,000 tourney, is still playing it sly. "I still won't talk about how I've changed my game unles and until I win this tourna ment," said Cupit. Cupit's success wasn't hard pinpoint Friday. His putting wa brilliant. He hit seven birdi putts, including taps from 25, 22 18, 15 and 12 feet. Only bogey on No. 1, which he three-putte after missing a two-footer, an on No. 16, where he missed the green, kept him from building a stronger lead. Detroit Wins on Wilson's 13th-lnning Pinch Homer By RON RAPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer Who says a pitcher's place is on the mound? Not Earl Wilson. Six hurlers performed for the Detroit Tigers Friday during their 8-5 victory over Baltimore, but only five were to be found in their normal environs in the center of the diamond. The sixth, Wilson, made his contribution at the plate with a pinch-hit, three-run, 13th-in- ROUGH SLEDDING, perhaps, but Sam Sessions came out without a scratch. His sprint car hits the rail at Eldora, Ohio, Speedway and flipped end over end. Players Acquired in Trades Help Tigers Beat Orioles By BERNIE KENNEDY Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP)-It's still a little early to pass judgement on the trades made by the Detrot Tigers in the past year but a couple of then looked like million dollar deals Friday night. Bill Monbouquette pitched four flawless innings in relief and Earl Wilson stroked a three- run pinch homer off Stu Miller in the 13th inning in a dramatic 8-5 victory over the Baltimore Orioles before 43,647 fans. "I flashed Wilson the single sign and he crossed me up," an elated Frank Skaff said after watching the Tigers win their second straight since he took over for ailing actng manager Bob Swift. "But I don't think I'll him. In fact, I'll probably buy him a steak," Skaff chirped. Skaff admitted that Wilson was the only player he had left who could go up to pinch-hit. "I remember him' hitting a couple of homers against us and when a pitcher hits 18 homers in his career, that's no fluke," Skaff said. had Orlando McFarlane, but he was my lone protection for- catcher, infield and outfield," Skaff continued. Monbouquette, who retired all 12 men he of them on flies to the he "got away with a couple of bad pitches." But he was the only Tiger in 2 Youngsters Play for Title MILWAUKEE (AP) A pair ofvyoungsters who haven't won much of, anything tangled today for the national public links championship. They met on the demanding par Brown Deer course in a scheduled 36-hole showdown for the tournament's 41st title. Matching shots were Monty Kaser, 24, a payroll timekeeper at a Wichita, aircraft factory, and Dave Ojala, 21, of Two Harbors, a pharmacy student at the University of Minnesota. Ojala is a blond six-footer weighing 190. Kaser is a 5-10, 155-pounder. "One of my greatest surprises is coming here and getting into the championships," said Kaser. Ojala said he felt that he was just going along for the ride in making his bid. "It is hard to believe that I have made it this far," he said. Kaser, who won the Kansas State Amateur in 1962 and was runnerup this year, moved into the final with a 3 and 2 victory over George Demling of Louisville, Ky. Friday. They were even after the morning 18, each shooting 74. the clubhouse to slough off his performance. The triumph brought the ex-Boston hurler's record to 5-6. Wilson, who beat the Orioles earlier this year when he was with Boston with an extra-inning homer, said he hit a low curve. "I've hit some pretty big one in the no-hitter I pitched," Wlson said "But for the importance of a homer I've hit, this one has to be the biggest." The triumph cut Baltimore's league lead to six games over the second-place Tigers. John Powell snapped a 3-3 tie with a solo homer in the fifth innng and Dave Johnson sin gled home the fifth Baltimore run in the eighth, following a pair of walks. Your Tire Headquarters for Treading Repair Balancing Fishermen! We still have a good assortment of fishing tackle. STOP IN: LOOK THEM OVER BAKKA TIRE SHOP 205 W. Aurora St. Ironwood Dial 932-3120 Signs Lion Pact DETROIT Lucci a five-year National Fpotbal League veteran, signed his 196f contract with the Detroit Lions Friday. The signing of Lucci, acquired last year from Cleveland brought to 23 the number of vet erans signed by the team. The Lions also announced Fri day that the first scrimmag session of the year will be heli Saturday. Rookies, second year mer and a number of veterans hay been practicing most of this week. The remaining veterans are due to report Monday. 4 Collegians Lead Tourney MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Th Trans-Mississippi Golf Tourna ment headed into the 36-hol semifinal round today with four collegians going for the title. U.S. Amateur champion Bpl Murphy of Florida met medalis Jim Wiechers of Santa Clara while Bob Dickson of OSU tan gled with Bob E. Smith of Sa cramento. The 36-hole finals wil be played Sunday at Edin Country Club. The Tigers tied the score in the ninth on Don Wert's two-out, two-run single. Willie Horton was hit by an Eddie Fisher pitch to start the inning and Gates Brown hit a pinch-double after the next two men had been retired. Wert, batting .436 against the Oroles this season, said he hit 'a knuckle ball that didn't have oo much on it." The Tigers scored two runs in he first inning on a walk to Wert, a double by Al Kaline and a triple by Jim Northrup when the ball fell safely after Oriole center fielder Russ Snyder lost sight of it. 'We have a lot of trouble with ligh flies like the one Northrup lit in our own park," Baltimore Manager Hank Bauer said. "The ball gets up over the stands into the twilight and you can't see A balk by Detroit starter Dave Wickersham forced Brooks Robinson home with the first Baltimore run in the second inning. Robinson had doubled and gone to third on an infield grounder. A couple of walks and singles by Johnson and Etchebarren pushed the Orioles in front in the fourth. The Tigers tied it in the fifth on a walk to Kaline and Northrup's double. Powell's homer chased Wickersham but four Tiger relievers held the Orioles to one hit through the last seven innings. Water Skiers Will Compete MINOCQUA Four time champion Pat Dyer, Park Ridge, 111., will defend his Badger water ski jumping title at the Badger open water ski tournament here this weekend. Last year Dyer won the top trophy in the men's jumping division with a leap of 116 feet. The previous year he took firsl place with a 120-foot leap. Dyer, as well as 100 other skiers from Wisconsin and bordering states, will face stiff competition in this weekend's seventh annual meet. He is hoping to set a new distance jumping mark on Sunday afternoon. Winners here will qualify for entry hi the midwest regional tournament to be held at Janesville on Aug. 6 and 7 and also for the national water ski tourney at Miami Beach on Aug. 23. ning, two-out (that about covers Lt) home run. Bill Monbouquette, wh worked the four final innings perfectly, got the victory, while Stu Miller, who was the last of the mere three pitchers Baltl more used, took the loss. Mon- bouquette's performance had the added dimension of his twice having faced both Frank and Brooks Robinson and Boog Powell without a mistake. It was the American League leading Orioles' fourth loss in a row and their second straight to the Tigers who have climbed to within six games of first place. Don Wert sent the game into overtime with a two-run single with two outs in the ninth. In other American League games, Minnesota edged Washington 5-4, Kansas City came from behind to get New York 54, Chicago beat Cleveland 4-2 and California nudged Boston 42. Wilson, who like Monbou- quette came to Detroit from Boston, added to his modest reputation as a hitter. The home run was his third for the year and he has 10 runs batted in as well as a batting average, .280, that many full-time hitters might envy. Minnesota's Don Mincher broke open a tie ball game with a run-scoring single in the eighth inning after two were out. Harmon Killebrew, who had singled, scored the decisive run. Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. 34 .618 5an Fran. Pittsburgh Los Angeles Philadel. louston St. Louis Atlanta incinnati New York ihicago Kaline left the game ninth inning because in the of a muscle sprain on his right side. He suffered the injury Thursday night, Skaff said. Kalne was a doubtful starter for today's ser- es finale. BALTIMORE AB Aparicio ss 5 Snyder cf 6 F.Robinson rf 5 B.Robinson 3b 5 Powell Ib 5 Blefary If 3 Blair cf 1 5 5 2 2 1 45 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 BI 2' 1 D.Johnson 2b Etchebarren Bunker Fisher S.Miller Totals DETROIT AB Wert 3b 4 1 Lumpe 2b 6 0 Tracewski 2b 0 0 Cash Ib 5 Kaline cf 3 Stanley cf 2 Northrup rf 5 Norton If 3 Freehan 4 Oyler ss 6 Wickersham 2 Lolich 0 Wood ph 1 Pena 0 Podres 0 Brown ph 1 Monbouquette 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 10 55 53 49 47 45 41 42 38 35 27 34 36 40 41 44 47 48 50 58 .609 .576 .540 .523 .482 .472 .422 .412 .318 1 4 7 12 13 Danny Cater's two-run double in the eighth gave Kansas City the runs they needed after New York had scored a pair of unearned runs in the sixth. In the ninth, the'A's went into a zany four-outfielder defense that may or may not have meant something. At least the Yanks didn't score. Tom McCraw cracked a single in the seventh to drive in Ihicago's winning run. John Romano had opened the inning with a homer that tied the core. Bruce Howard, after a shaky start, retired the last 20 18 26 Friday's Results Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 4 San Francisco 8, Philadelphia Los Angeles 4, New York 3, 11 innings St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 2 Houston at Atlanta, post- poined, rain Today's Games Los Angeles at New York San Francisco at Philadelphia Chicago at Pittsburgh Houston at Atlanta St. Louis at Cincinnati Sunday's Games Houston at New York, 2 Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 2 San Francisco at Pittsburgh, i Cincinnati at Atlanta Chicago at St. Louis, 2 Monday's Games Houston at New York, 2 Los Angeles at Philadelphia, I N' San Francisco at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati at Atlanta Chicago at St. Louis, 6 9 10 15 17 17 Wilson ph Totals Two out scored. Baltimore Detroit 1 44 BI 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 9 when winning run 010 201 010 000 200 010 002 000 DP Baltimore 1, Detroit 1. LOB Baltimore 6, Detroit 8. 2B B. Robinson, Kaline, Northrup, Brown, Lumpe, Northrup. (20), Wilson (3). IP ER BB SO Bunker 5 43354 Fisher 4 22211 S.Miller 32-3 3 3 3 2 5 W'k's'm 51-3 9 4 4 2 3 Lolich 12-3 0 0 0 1 2 Pena 1-301110 Podres 12-3 1 0 0 1 1 M'b'q'te 4 00002 (5-6). Miller (7-2). HBP By Fisher (Horton). 43,647. American League W. L. Pet. G.B Baltimore 58 31 .652 Detroit 50 35 .588 California 48 39 .552 Cleveland 46 39 .541 Minnesota 42 45 .483 Kansas City 40 47 .460 Chicago 40 47 .460 Washington 39 51 .433 New York 37 49 .430 Boston 37 54 .407 22 Friday's Results Chicago 4, Cleveland 2 Minnesota 5, Washington 4 Kansas City 5, New York 4 Detroit 8, Baltimore 5, 13 in nings California 4, Boston 2 Today's Games Boston at California New York at Kansas City Washington at Minnesota Cleveland at Chicago Baltimore at Detroit Sunday's Games Washington at California, 2 Boston at Kansas City, 2 New York at Minnesota, 2 Baltimore at Chicago, 2 Cleveland at Detroit, 2 Monday's Games California at Cleveland, New York at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago, Only games scheduled SOLUNAR TABLES LWHENTOHSHORHUNT Ralston Loses Bid for Third Tennis Crown By KEN HARTNET MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Come January, Dennis Ralston says he'll either be a student, a jusinessman or a tennis professional. The one thing he won't 3e, says Ralston, is a member of the amateur tour. Ralston reserved the right to change his mind. "I don't feel the same way I used to feel about tennis," said the nation's top-ranked player after an upset defeat Friday at the hands of eighth-seeded Frank Froehling in the quarterfinals of the National Clay Courts Tennis Championships. Froehling, a long, lean scrambler from Coral Gables, stopped the top-seeded Ralston's bid for a third-straight clay courts crown, 2-6, 6-3, 8-6, 6-4. In other men's quarter-finals, No. 2 seed, Cliff Richey, Dallas, to follow up last week's victory in the Western Open, advanced to the semifinals with a 6-4, 6-4, 8-6 victory over Stan Smith, Pasadena, No. 7 seed. Top foreign seed, Tony Roghe of Australia, lost to No. 4-seeded Marty Riessen, Evanston, 111., 62, 3-6, 6-4, 8-6. Australian Owen Davidson defeated third-seeded Charles Pasarell, Santurce, P.R., 2-6, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5, 10-8. Ralston, 23, has shed 10 pounds since losing in the finals at Wimbledon two weeks ago. Obviously tired from weeks of uninterrupted touring and play, Ralston was off form in matches here. He said that had nothing to do with his decision. "This is something I've been thinking about a long tune," Ralston said, "I've got to earn a living." The Bakersfield, ath- men he faced. California moved into third )lace as George Brunei picked jp his 10th victory of the season iespite homers by Joe Foy and Rico Petrocelli. Rick Reichert scored one run and drove in another. Fielding Plays Feature Game DETROIT (AP) Friday night's Baltimore-Detroit game was marked by a number of sparking fielding plays on both sides. Orioles third baseman Brooks Robinson blocked Ray Oyler's sharp grounder with his chest and threw him out to open the fourth inning. He then leaped far to his left to knock down Don Wert's drive and scrambled to his feet to throw him out for the final out of the inning. In the top of the fourth, Al Kaline raced to deep center field and made a twisting, off- balance catch of John Powell's liner and Brooks Robinson was almost doubled off first in the relay. Umpire Jim Odom ruled, however, that Norm Cash was pulled off the bag by the throw. A fan ran onto the field to protest the call but was prevented from getting to Odom when plate umpire John Rice came out to block him with his chest protector. Despite his success against the Orioles, Don Wert never thought for a minute that the Orioles would walk him to load the bases in the ninth. "I figured they would just follow the policy of not putting the winning run on base," Wert said. Lawn Tennis at Haverford. lete said he would lay off tennis after the clay courts "until I feel like playing again." Ralston withdrew Friday from the tour's next stop, the Pennsylvania Championships He said he would be available for the Davis Cup zone playoffs with Mexico in August and planned to enter the U.S. Championships at Forest Hills, N.Y., in September. In semifinal matches today, Froehling was to play Davidson and Richey was to meet Ries- st-n. In women's singles, No. 2 seed Stephanie De Fina advanced to the semifinals with a 6-2, 6-2 victory Mexico. over The Elena Subirats, Hollywood, girl was to play Esme Emanuel! South Africa today. Nancy Richey, Cliff's sister seeking her fourth straight clay courts' title, was against Australia's Kerry Melville in the other semifinal. Hole-in-One Is Recorded The second hole-in-one of the season was links of the recorded Gogebic on the Country the Club on Thursday during Twi-Lite League action. Jerry Elsmore recorded the perfect drive on the par three, 119-yard number three hole while playing with Frank Drazkowski, Ralph Bonne and Bob Bachon. Farm League Lead Knotted STANDINGS Pirates 9 Spartans 9 Twins 9 Fighters 6 Bombers 4 Rockets 3 3 4 4 5 3 8 9 10 Two teams, the Pirates and the Spartans, are deadlocked for first place in the Ironwood Farm Baseball League, with clubs having 9-4 records for the season to date. In action in the league Friday, the Spartans downed the Bombers by a 7-4 tally while the Pirates bombed the Twins 12-1. W. Minkin racked up the win for the Spartans, striking out eight batters. P. Hermans and T. Blake were on the hill for the losers. Hernias hit a three- bagger in the losing cause and T. Tampio smashed a double. K. Hallberg was the winning pitcher in the Pirates' rout over the Twins and he was aided in the win by doubles by F. Gravavcich and E. Erickson. W. Corcoran was the losing pitcher. Following is the schedule of next week's games in the league: July 18 vs Yankees, Dodgers vs Braves. July vs Tigers. The schedule of tolunar periods for this week as printed below has been taken from Richard Alden Knight's Solunar Tables. Plan your day so that you will be fishing territory, hunting good cover during these times you wish to find th best sport that each has to offer The tables are not a guarantee you will catch fish or see game during the period, however. The major periods begin at the time show and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter, and are in black face type. The minor periods are somewhat shorter in duration Central Standard Time A.M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Sat. 2:15 9:00 6:05 9:25 Sun. 3:10 10:00 7:05 10:25 Save Money CHECK OUR TIRE DEALS 7:00 A.M. to 9 P.M. EVERYDAY LaBlonde's PURE Service "Fire-Up With Firebird" U.S. 2-lronwood

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