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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                lans winning ns pair to 9 Yanks By MURRAY CHASS Associated Sports Writtr Birdie Tebbetts rubbed his magic lamp during spring train ing and made a We hope we have good pitch the Cleveland manager looking toward the Ameri can League race this The Genii never came through as well for Cleveland pitchers pulled two more brilliant performances out of Birdies lamp Sunday as the Indians extended their winning streak to nine with 50 and 31 victories over the Los Angeles The sweep tied the leagues longest winning streak this year and kept the thirdplace Indians t games behind the league leading Minnesota who took New York 64 and Sam McDowell fired a two hitter in the opener for his de giving the Indians four shutouts five Lee Stange gave up a run in the nightcap but held the Angels to five in the last six Indian have allowed And excluding Friday nights 32 triumph over the the opposition has touched them for only 14 hits since last The most glittering product the Genii turned out for Tebbetts is the 22yearold Mc The lefthander leads the AL in strikeouts with 122 and the team with a earned run in the AL Chicago edged Boston 43 in 10 innings before rain washed out the second Detroit rah its winning string to eight by beat ing Kansas City before dropping a 21 decision and Baltimore crushed Washington McDowell held the Angels hit less until the sixth inning when pitcher Marcelino IJopez led off with a Jim Fregosi beat Nagle have 18hole playoff for Open crown By BOB GREEN LOUIS AP A couple of foreigners Gary Player and Kel Nagle squared off in an 18hole playoff for the Open Golf Championship Mon with different a 44yearold globe trotting was shoot ing for his first tournament vic tory ever in the United If he makes he also will become the oldest player ever to win the the blackclad little giant from South sought to add his name to the tiny roster of Gene Sarazen and as the only men ever to win all four of the worlds major golf titles the and British the Masters and the Either will be the first for eigner to win it in 45 Should they after a suddendeath playoff would be gin immediately over the frustrating yards of the Belle rive Country Club The playoff was scheduled to begin at was all even talking about his after blowing a three stroke lead and perhaps the chance of a lifetime in the last three holes and falling into a tie with Nagle at The way it worked saic Im lucky to be in a tie after locked The tourney had dragged through most of four days largely lacking in interest with the collapse of Jack Nicklaus Arnold Palmers failure to make the cut and vast sprawling course which limitec the number of subpar But the final four played before a gallery of and a national television au turned into a gripping Nagle parred the 18th for a 69 and Player parred the Then on the with Nagle watching and needing a par 4 to tie and a 3 to Player made a brilliant approach over a trap and left himself a 30foot put for a He left his hopes for the title hanging just tlfree inches short Glad to be in the playoff he asked in response to a ques You bet Im Im lucky to be in it real You dont know hQw big that four can look when you need it to Frank who entered the final round in a second place tie with shot a final round 71 for third place at Al Geiber ger and Julius Boros were tiec for fourth at Raymond Floyds best of the go him a share of sixth with Bruce Devlin at Nicklaus finished with a Top 10 scorers and money winnings Sunday in the Nationa Open Golf Gary player and Kcl Nagle play for first prize and in Mondays playoff Gary Player R Frank Benrd Photofax THATS TOO BAD Kel who wound up in a tie with Gary Player in the Open championship grimaces as he learns of Players double bogie on the 16th hole of the Belleiive Country Nagle was on the 18th green ahead of They finished at 282 for the 72 Wimbledon title defense by Emerson Ralston to be chief hope England AP Two major questions were to be answeredas the Wimbledon tennis classic opened fHow much will an injured thumb hamper Dennis the United States prime hope for the mens singles title And will the Russians stage another walkout over South Af ricas racial segregation poli cies Both issues are to be resolved the star who is seeded 4 had a firstround match Monday against Ham Richard And Russias Tommas Le was scheduled to South African Few McMillan in another firstround Ralston hurt his right thumb Friday in a spill during a dou bles match in the London Grass Court Championships and had to pull out of the singles final against Australian Roy Emer son the top out an infield single later in the Stange gave up a secondin ning homer to Willie Smith in the but Rocky Colavi to tied it with a homer in the sixth and Max Alvis put the In dians ahead with a homer in the Minnesota snapped 44 dead lock with New York in the first game with two runs in the Zoilo Versalles scoring the first on Elston Howards passed ball and Sandy Valdespino the sec ond on Hal Reniffs wild Harmon who hom ered in the clinched the second game for the Twins with a tworun his in the The doubleheader was played before largest crowd in the majors since Pete Ward scored the tying run on Ron Hansens double in the then won it with a home run off Bostons Dick Ra datz in the Chicago reliev er Eddie Fisher won his eighth game against one Norm Siebern led the Balti more driving in three runs with a homer and a double and scoring four Wally Bunker pitched a fivehitter as the Orioles won their ninth game in the last Frank How ard smashed a tworun homer for Kansas City roared back Detroit spotted eight then behind Al Kaline for the open inggame Kaline drove in four including of Jerry Lumpes tworun double in the fifth in ning broke an 88 The Athletics won the night cap on Ed Charles ninthinning home run off Dave Wicker Rollie Sheldon hurled a four hitter and retired 12 straight Tigers before Lumpe homered in the Iowa Junior golf meet will begin Tuesday at Ames AMES Carney of Centervilie begins defense Tues day of his Iowa Junior Golf Tournament The big teenager is among about 150 players bidding for the 1965 The qualifying round will be played over an 18hole route with the low 32 scor ers advancing into match Single rounds will be played Thursday and Fri with the championship matched scheduled for 36 holes Legion beats Bancroft then loses 75 Dodger lead to 4 games Koufax beats Mets on one hit Drysdale fails By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The New York Mets finally caught up with Don And so did Sandy But neither the rain nor the Milwaukee Braves could catch up with the Louis who overcame the first stallin of 1965 by playing an ingenious game of The handcuffed by the KoufaxDrysdale combine in 24 consecutive losses to the Los Angeles rose up in the nightcap of a doubleheader Sun chipped away at Drysdale for nine hits and whipped the National League leaders Koufax had played catch up in the opener as he set the Mets down 21 on one hit Jim Hick mans fifthining his pitching partner at 11 vic tories for the season and 12 in a row over the New The split upped the Dodgers lead to four games over the who lost to Louis 64 despite the rainmaking efforts son of leading Harrer wins 3rd city golf crown opened defense of his Wimble don crown against lyo Pimenfal Venezuela on the famed cen ter Russians Al Gniherpcr Julius Ray Floyd Jlrucc Devlin Cnie Littler Tony SIMM S Dudley Wysnnr Kapke gets ace at Country Club The second holcinone of the summer was shot Sunday at the Mason City Country Gor don who will be a senio next fall at Mason City High canned his shot on th 212yard eighth FIGHT RESULTS Pan stopped Rnul 136Vi Mexico DELS STANDARD SERViCE East State Before Vacation lervlce your Tuneup Lube OH Chang e Wax Brake GREEN STAMPS Jerry Harrer won his third mens city golf title in Mason City Sunday with a 36hole score of one over The meet this year was on a medal play basis spread over two Sun Harrer had led all qualifiers with a 72 at the Mason City Country Sunday he posted a oneover par 73 at the High land course to finish ahead of the field by three Taking the runnerup spot was Bob He was far be iind in the qualifying with a 78 Ut came up with a 2under par score of 70 over the Highland ayout to move into second place with a 148 His 70 was the best round of the Only one other golfer cracked the 150 barrier for the ary Sharp at Don Siele a came from rar behind to finish He lad qualified at 81 but shot a 72 in the The next best score of the day was in the first a 71 posted by Lyle He imshed the meet at Hum phrey is an 11time former city champion but didnt make the Litle bracket as he had quali fied with an Dale Schaffer was the defend ing He wound up in a tie for fifth place with Jim Can Harrers previous cham pionships were in 1958 and CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Jerry Harrer Bob Spiegel Sharp Don Jim Cannclla Dale Schaffer Jack Carlson Dick Hanson Rich Thompson Art Gcrk Greg Teas Jack Greg FIRST Hum phrey Denny Largcnt BANCROFT Mason Citys Legion club split a twin bill with Bancroft here winning the opener 31 and dropping the nightcap This gives Bancroft a 31 edge for he four games the two clubs lave played this Don Eddy hurled the opening win for Mason giving up only three hits and striking out nine He set the pace at the rapping out three tuts in the first game and go ing six for seven for the including three Catch er Gordy Angell had a pair of safeties in the first as MasonCity banged out nine A third inning for Ban croft was too much for the Ma son City club to overcome in The big frame wiped out Mason Citys 31 needing oneout relief help from Dick Mason City closed to within two runs of Bancroft in the seventh with three singles but Clark got the last out to preserve the Mason City stands 65 for all games this of Milwaukee Manager Bob With the Cardinals leading 5 0 and rain threatening in the top of the Bragan decided to stage a presumably hoping that the rains would the game would go and so would what looked like a certain Mankato was play at Mason scheduled to City Monday night at in a Southern Min nesota League Mason City stands 30 in league The boxscores Mason AB H AB H ib 4 J c XI If 4 1 Ub 3 p 3 cf 3 0 ss 4 0 If l 1 rf 31 rf S 1 rf 0 fl p 30 ph 10 Ib 30 ss 0 0 ss S 0 double in the sixth inning off Warren was tagged for the loss when the Mets pushed across a run in the eighth on a single by Charlie Hick mans double and a squeeze bunt by Roy Phil Gagliano hit a threerun homer in the Cardinals fiverun second inning uprising and Brock hit a solo shot in the Bob Purkey got the vic tory for a 54 record but needed relief help after being tagged for homers by Hank Aaron and Mack Jim Hart put the opener away for the Giants with a leadoff homer in the 15th inning off Al Each team had scored a run in the llth but Ron Herbel kept the Pirates away from the plate after that with four in nings of onehit relief Mays collected three of his hits in the stroking a single in the third and scoring what proved to be the decisive run on a wild pitch by Don Schwall before closing out his performance with a runscoring double in the He also had a double jn the Johnny Callison took care of most of the hitting for the Phil slamming a tworun triple in a decisive threerun eighth inning uprising in the then doubling home two runs as Louis Philadelphia struck for six runs i m the third inning of the mght Bragan used three pitchers to cap ct 3 0 Sb 0 withdrew from JERRY HARRER over par Frank Schmitz Al Shipman Art Bowe SECOND FLIGHT Tom Dutchcr Mark Panther Jerry Resscr Bill Turner THIRD B u d Han sen Bob Harrer Frank Rock Mike Gasperi FOURTH FLIGHT Rich Cook Tom Neibauer Rex Bailey Dan Shire PERRY GOLFER WINS FORT DODGE AMATEUR matches against South Africans tiere last year and when due to meet a South African in the recent French champion pulled out on the plea of blistered Davies wins Forest City golf meet FOREST CITY golfers took first and second in the annual Forest City Amateur golf tournament Sun Dick Davies was the win ner with a 3over par score of 105 for the 27hole meet while Joe Hurst finished at Finishing next in order were Butch Lake 107 John Forest 107 Bruce 108 Gus 109 and Jim Forest There were 120 entries in the which was delayed for awhile because of a The first and second place finishers in lower flights Emmets 76 Don Clear Mo 78 Ralph Au Forest Marlin 80 Stan Mason 83 Pete Forest Forest Bob Forest Lu Verne 91 Vince For est which was earned on Jim Lloyds first 3 r u n Lloyd started for the losers and was touched for six hits and five runs in three Duane Hutcheson went 6 to pick up the win for Turner of Perry shot a oneover par 214 to win the 54hple Fort Dodge amateur golf tournament Runnerup was George Turner of DCS with Fast Repair Service FARM MACHINERY GENERATORS STARTERS MAGNETOS CARBURETORS FLOYD LEONARD AUTO ELECTRIC lit South Washington FORT DODGE Stueland wins Cclass race at Clear Lake CLEAR Stueland of Mason City took first place here Sunday in the Cclass sail boat finishing ahead of runnerup Sandy Sondrol of Clear Lake and Steve Taylor of Des Bob Schukei of Mason City won the with Gil Bov ard of Mason City placing sec ond and Frank Ward of Thornton taking third The Xclass race was won by Brian Edison of Des Bill Casey of Mason City was second and Bob Peeler of Des Moines was Rudy Wieks of Traer won the Cadamaran followed by Bob Ingersoll of Clear e 1 0 ph 0 0 rf 0 0 lb X 1 c 33 Jb 3 II Total 9 24 Mason Cily 210 OIK ft 0 Bancroft 100 000 3 I Millard Hutche Mason City Bancroft Eddy Marlin Eddy W Martin L Mmson City IP H R ER BB SO face just three batters in an 18 minute war of nerves but the Cardinals thwarted his stalling efforts with some intentional headsdown base running that ended the With one Dick Groat sin but did not stop at first and was easily thrown out strolling on toward second The Braves then issued a walk to Lou who trotted down to turned and headed for Frank how dropped the throw at sec so Brock placidly wan dered toward where Ed die Ma thews finally made the The It never Jim got the opening game victory on the anniversary of his perfect game but needed Gary Wagners no hit relief help over the fina three Bo Belinsky brought his record to 23 in the i i 4 9441 Kb 2 AB H is 8 0 c SI p 10 2b 3 0 If 3 0 cf 2 0 Ib 4 S p 21 ss 2 1 p 3 1 cf 20 lib It 1 cf 1 0 Ib X ft rf t 0 ss 2 1 e 2 fl rf 31 c 1 1 2b 2 0 ph 1 0 Totali 28 7 Totals 21 7 Sfason City 001 7 1 Bancroft 002 7 0 Clark Lloyd Lloyd to Dillavou to Eddy Meisler to Goche to Mason City IP H R ER BB SO Lloyd L t K s 4 2 Follmuth 3 II 1 1 0 0 Millard 1 1 1 I 1 3 Hutcheson W 6 7 S 4 1 12 Clarlc 0 0 0 1 rain also didnt coop Willie Mays stroked seven hits as San Fran cisco swept a doubleheader from Pittsburgh 43 in 15 innings and Philadelphia downed1 Houston 32 and 71 and Cincin nati gained a split by beating the Chicago Cubs 98 after los ing the opener now walked only two and struck out 12 for a ma jor leagueleading total of Ron Fairly provided the only Dodger runs with a tworun Sports calendar M OND b a seb all M anka t at Mason City Mason City Legion B Charles baseball E gle Grove at Mason City Mo time Maso City Legion B at Rockwell track Junior meet at Roose velt time DRAKES HENDERSON CHAMP DES MOINES Hend erson of Drake won the meter run in the state AAI track meet here Saturday i Major Engine Overhaul All Cars and Trucks Wheel Balancing RROQ7 DttUOZi SERVICE 617 North Commercial Phone 4235535 CALLING ALL NIGHT OWLS and SLEEP WALKERS Don Manager 67 Sunny Circle Looking forward ta retirement Would you like guaranteed in come for life Write TODAY and find nut about Central Lifes guaranteed retire ment Income ITS LATER THAN YOU THINK ASSURANCE COMPANY MUFFLERS Our Mufflers Are Guaranteed for Life KAUFMANS WESTERN TIRE STORE SINCE 186 Second To None BY WARD CHAIN SAW REPAIR SERVICE Let Wards skilled techni cians put your chain saw in perfect working line of 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