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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Coshocton, OhioWhite sox Home runs drop Yankees into ninth players announced for Ohio All Star contest Columbus up the coaches and the two 28-playe squads were announced Frida for the 10th annual Ohio Hig school East West base a series at Jet stadium Here Jun sponsoring Columbu 19-20. The Junior chamber of Commerce said the coaches for the was team will be Fred Henlan o Shaker Heights. De Nese Steu Benville Central Catholic an Harry Mouth. Weinbrecht of ports the West coaches were die Jay Mccool give reds Good game Cincinnati up haps it s time for Cincinnat manager Dick Sisler to Sto worrying about pitchers Joe Jay and Billy Mccool. Jay problem child eve since his big years in i960 an 1961, and Mccool the Youthful Relief Whiz who has had som problems this year both Turne in Crackerjack performance Friday As the reds edged the san Fancisco giants 4-2. Jay turned in four innings o hitters Ball then ran into Trou ble in the fifth when his Elbow tightened. But Sisler and a concurred that Joey had jus stretched a Point by going wit Only three Days rest and weren worried about the Elbow. Mccool came in with men o second and third and one out i the eighth and calmly Struc out big Willie Mccovey and got Willie Mays to Fly to right to end the threat. The Young fireman credited a new to Heck with it attitude for his performance which included striking out the Side in the ninth to end the game am Jay s fourth win again Only one loss. I know i be been aiming the he said. Tonight i said to myself that i m going to let i go with everything i be got and if it does t go where i want it than the Heck with it went where he wanted i and it let the reds snap Back from thursday s disheartening drubbing at Tho hands of the Houston astros. The giants Only two runs came in the sixth when Mccoy got to Joe Nuxhall for a two run Homer. The reds actually won the Fame in the third inning when Johnny Edwards smashed his eighth Homer of the season Frank Robinson who had Dou bled and Deron Johnson who had singled scored ahead of Edwards. Edwards eight homers equated his total Homer production for 1964. I m not pulling the Ball any More than i did last he said by Way of explanation just seem to be hitting it harder. I sure Hope it continues the fourth run came off starter Gaylord Perry in the seventh when the giants hurler uncorked a wild throw after Field ing nut helps sacrifice bunt. Leo Cardenas who had been on first scored easily when Jay Alou after retrieving Perry s toss fired the Ball Over the head of Catcher Jack Hiatt. Perry who retired in the i eighth inning struck out 11 and walked Only one but suffered i his fourth loss against five wins. Robinson coming alive at the saturday june 12th 9 til 1 Hauck of Cincinnati Western Hills Ron Shay of Columbus Watterson and Myron Long of Rossford. The two teams will meet in a single game june 19 and play a doubleheader the next Day. The players arrive Here june 17 and will hold practice sessions at local High school Fie is be fore moving to the stadium for a workout under the eyes of major league scouts the morn ing of the first game of the series. The squads by positions last pitchers Larry Price Racine Steve Stone Cleveland Brush Bob Mills Strasburg Jim Volpe Powhatan Bob Raines Northwestern Don Wieland Curtland Tony Lan Dis Campbell memorial Jeff Myers North Canton Hoover Jim Spoerle Akron East. Catchers Russ Anderson Rocky River Thurman Mun son Canton Lehman Joe a Ger Chillicothe Dick Dunkle Lancaster Jim rese Steuben Ville Central Catholic. First base Jim Barry Cleveland John Adams Dan Delante Bridgeport. Ascend base de Nitiss co shoe ton. Third base Rick Krum Lauf Shaker Heights Roy Wil Liams Gnadenhutten. Shortstop Gene Tennace Valley local Jim Redman Cleveland West tech Dave Kustos Barberton de Swope Philo. Outfield Tom Ullom Euc lid Tom miser local Larry Hisle Portsmouth Dan Carothers Jackson George Infante Niles Mckin Ley. West pitchers Ken Irvin Wil Ramsburg Dan Retherford Franklin John Morlan Colum jus West George Fannin pleasant View Jim Davis Johnstown Jack Day Fairborn Rick Dunlap to Ledo Start. Catchers Jerr stammer Versailles Steve Prater co Umbus West Dave Feyh co Umbus Walnut Ridge. First base Dave Williams Liard Steve Cooke new London. Second base shortstop Carl Richardson Cincinnati Taft 3111 Long Dayton Stebbins Mike Morris Columbus Watter son Russ Hagerty Fremont loss Byron Campbell Carroll Larry Emish Rossford. Third base Fred Thomas la Milton Taft Greg Eberenz Jayton Darrell Lollar Lima senior. Outfield Fred Meier Cin innate Western Hills Kerry Ean Mansfield senior Mike Ostendorf Piqua Rex Schrolucke Spencerville Jeff Grum Mel Mohawk Sycamore Tom Baker Ayersville Glen Culber son colonel Crawford. Boros leads in Buick open by two strokes grand Blanc Mich up Julius Boros his nerves tuned to tourney Prei sure by 17 Yean on the pro Golf circuit readied himself today for a Down to the wire Challenge from Young and old alike in his bid to become the first player to win the Buck open twice. Boros posted a two under Par 70 on the Warwick Hills course Friday for a 36 Hole 139 that put him two strokes in front of the Field. It was t the Best round of the Day As Gary player George Archer and Jacky Cupit tallied it and Mason Rudolph and Howie Johnson 68 s. But Boros who set a record of 274 when he won this event in 1963, was Only one stroke off the Pace with an opening Day 69, and none of those who out shot him Friday was that close. Thus seven pros veterans Doug Sanders Jack Nicklaus Tony Lema Johnny Pott Gary player and Bert Weaver and Rookie Steve Spray playing in Only his seventh pro tourney and hoping for his first pay Check of the at 141, two strokes behind. Rookie Jack Montgomery had 142 Archer Cupit Gene lit Tler Bob Zimmerman and Mil Ler Barber 143 and Johnson Terry Dill and Wright Garrett 144, even Par. The task of catching Boros should be formidable for any of them and unless the 45-year old hungarian blows up an Likely development. Anyone More than five strokes behind might As Well forget it. In this group Are such players As Arnold Palmer and Billy Casper at 145, Mason Rudolph Tommy Bolt and Tommy Jacobs at 146, Bill Collins Jay Hebert and Doug Ford 147, and Dick Mayer Jerry Barber and Bob Roberk at 148. The Field for today s round was Cut to the 72 leading scor ers and some of the game s top players went to the Side lines among them Bob Charles Chi Chi Rodriguez Ken Ven Turi Bruce Crampton Don Jan uary and Mike Souhak. Mathews Wade Blasingame slow dodger surge reds score Victory by Fred Down up sports writer Eddy Mathews is showing the Milwaukee braves the truth of that old baseball axiom that sometimes the Best trades Are the ones which Aren t made. Mathews was a forlorn old Man of 33 toting a .233 batting average when the 1964 season ended and general manager Johnny Mchale of the braves tried to peddle him to just about anybody who d listen. No one would listen then but Mathews is making one of the really surprising comebacks of the 1-65 Campaign with 12 Hom ers a .272 batting average and deluge of game winning hits that Are keeping the braves in the National league Pennant race. Mathews delivered the most important hit of the braves season so far Friday night when his 12th Homer of the sea Eon with two on and one out in the ninth inning gave Milwaukee a 5-2 Victory Over the los Angeles dodgers. The Victory moved the braves to within four games of the front running dodgers whereas a loss would have dropped them six games behind. Wade Blasingame singled to Start the braves winning rally with one out in the ninth and Felipe Alou also singled before Mathews hammered the 457th Homer of his career deep into the right Field seats it Milwaukee. The drive gave Blasingame his fourth straight win and sixth of the season. Blasingame a Bonus Pitcher who did t get into the braves starting rotation until they sent Warren Spahn to the new York mets went the route with an eight hitter embellished with seven strikeouts. The Cincinnati reds downed the san Francisco giants 4-2, the new York mets edged out the Pittsburgh pirates 2-1, the Houston astros Defeated the St. Louis cardinals 5-2. And the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Chicago cubs 6-0 in other no games. Johnny Edwards smashed a three run Homer in the second inning to pave the Way for Cincinnati s Joey Jay to win his fourth game of the Leason. Jay tired in the fifth inning and Joe Nuxhall and Bill Mccool worked the final four frames for the reds. Willie Mccovey hit his 13th Homer and Jay Alou had two hits for the giants. Jack Fisher scattered eight hits to score his fifth win and extend the mets winning Streak to four games Bill Mazeroski singled after a double by Don Clendenon to give the pirate a 6-0 Lead in the second Ranin but the mets tied the score o Joe Christopher s single an Charley Smith s triple in the sixth. Chris Cannizzaro Tallie the winning run for the met in the seventh when secon baseman Mazeroski dropped the Ball on a Force play. World series hero Bob pitched a five hitter for the cardinals but two of the hit were homers one a two rur blow by Walt Bond in the sixth and the other a three run Bias by .191-hitting Ron Brand in the month. Bob Bruce went eight innings to score his fourth Vii for the astros. Jim Bunning pitched a five hitter and struck out seven i gaining his third shutout of the year for the Phillies. Wes Covington hit a two run Homer am Johnny Callison had a double and a triple for the Phillies. Junior league Newcomerstown capitalized n Bernie Mcdonald s wildness o collect a 5-2 Junior league win Over the elks at the Al Etic Field Friday evening. While Mcdonald s eight free passes spelled defeat for the ight hander he gave up but be base hit and fanned thir Een. Ron Hurst pitched a Fine ame for the no eight hits and holding the Osers scoreless till the sixth rame. Dave Butler got the Only hit or Newcomerstown while Greg Aley and Victor Huntington Allied two hits apiece for the iks. Town 300 101 1 los 000 002 8 late banged out three hits including two doubles in four trips. He was the Only red to get More than one hit As two giants hurlers gave up eight safeties. Jay and Nuxhall scattered seven hits in their seven and a third innings while Mccool was perfect in his stint. Jim Maloney 5-1 was scheduled to face Juan Vanchal 7 5 in tonight s contest at Cros by Field. The two teams meet again in a single game sunday. At your Lake Park pain Jon tickets in now Glass music store b g music store Only Parson Francis trades rangers quickly new York new York rangers Are finding out that general manager Emile Francis is a Man of his word which Means the players had better keep their travelling bags packed. When the rangers finished fifth in the National hockey league season for the third consecutive time Francis pledged he would shake up the club. He made a Small move three weeks ago by sending four players to Providence of the american league for goalie de Giacomin and followed up Friday with a major Trade with the Chicago Black Hawks involving six players. The move brought right Wing John Mckenzie and Center Ray Cullen to new York in Exchange or right Wing Dick Meissner left Wing Dave Richardson de Senseman Tracy Pratt and for Ward Mel Pearson. It was the third major nil Trade in Fobe last 10 Days. Minnesota hic ago Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Angeles Joston Washington one rain Buford holds on Chicago s Don but Ord vainly holds on to second base after he was forced by Bobby Richardson s Quick play in the eighth inning of Friday night s 15 inning Marathon which Chicago won 2-0. Up telephoto midget league Warsaw Defeated Fresno 10-9 Osu 9 Heads for Omaha Columbus up Ohio big show Only once. That was state s Buckeye baseball ers head for Omaha neb., sunday trap shoot sunday june 6 trophy shoot program and various 10 Bird events new shooters Welcome Coshocton gum in a midget league game played at Warsaw Friday night. Fresno took an Early 7-2 Lead but faltered when the winners scored five times in the sixth inning to take the decision. Gary Darr was the winning Pitcher while Schegel was tagged with the loss. Leading hitters for the winners were d. Darr with three for three including a Home run and a triple g Darr and s. A Nett each had a single. Croy led the Fresno team at the plate by cracking two Home runs and lower chipped in two also while Crile and Duffy each had one hit. Line score Fresno 520 660 Warsaw 002 9 7 Croy Schegel roof 6 and lower. D. Darr g. Darr 5 and fender. We. Darr the top prize in College baseball the Mcaa championship. Coach Marty Karow will take 22 if his big ten Champion buckeyes to the 14th annual College world series where the Bucks open action on monday morning against Florida state. Ohio state has made it to the league picked up a narrow 5-3 win in Pony league action at the Fairgrounds Friday under the arc lights. The win had to go two extra innings to pick up the closely fought contest. Dana Kittel was the ninth inning hero with an Over the Fence Home run to provide the winning margin. Kittel registered the pitching Victory with five strike outs in the last two frames. Jeff Johnson was the other Hie my for the Coshocton Tribune an Independent entered As no Ell Mattei to the Post office it Coho Toti Ohio under act of March 1 published each even inf and sunday morn no by the Tribune co member audit Bureau of circulation and Ohio newspaper aim subscription rates by and brew off 40 Mhz week in co Nocton and adjoining one month. S1js three s6.00 woo same a delivery mount let not one month so three months Moo month me Vear 11200 s7m outline at Ohio one Alunen s3.m ree months s4.so ate Inree is.q0 Eye 114.1111. Right hander pitched seven innings of Superb baseball the maximum allowed by the rules and collected a Home run tri ple and single in four trips to the plate. Triplitt s also had a Fine game with Dave Williams Start ing on the Mound and being re placed after an injury by Dave losing hurler. Gray and Clint Carnahan were the top hitters for the Triplitt nine each getting two hits. Smailes .001 110 002-5 6 Triplitt s .020 001 9 in 1951 when they lost to Texas and Oklahoma and were eliminated. This time they reign As District four champions having bested the likes of powerful Ohio University and will try to keep the title in the big ten Minnesota won it last year. Steve Arlin the Sophomore Ace with an 11-1 record and a 2.50 earned run average will be on the Mound for the buckeyes against Florida state which has a 30-8-1 record and eight players batting above the .300 Mark. The seminoles Are led by Sec who is hitting at a respectable .325. The Bucks tap hitter is first baseman Arnie Chonko like a Lin an All big ten Choice who is slugging at a .340 Pace with 4 hits. The tournament is a double elimination affair with first round winners playing each other in the second round and los ers tackling losers. Arlin will probably be Fol owed by John Durant who leads the club in earned run average with a 2.22 Mark and a 5. 2 record. The Bucks Are 26-11 Overall. No protest St. Louis up the St. Louis cardinals came up on the Short end of another argument Friday the National league turned Down theft protest of a play at the plate in a game at Houston last week. I miss Mcclinton threatens Leader Louisville by. Up Sandra Mcclinton is a self reliant texan who firmly believes she is going to win the Bluegrass invitational Golf tournament and in t afraid to say so. Miss Mcclinton of sequin tex., was two strokes off the Pace set by Kathy Whitworth of Jal n.m., going into today s second round of the 54 Hole tournament at the new Hunting Creek country club. Miss Whitworth shot a first round two under Par 70, one stroke ahead of Mickey Wright of Dallas while miss Mcclin ton Clifford Ann Creed of Alex Andria la., and Mary Mills of Ocean Springs miss., All had 72s. I really thought i played Good out there during that first round and with a couple of Breaks would have had a 65, said miss Mcclinton. I Felt i would win this tournament be fore it started and i still feel i will the touring pros had a Little trouble getting adjusted to the Yard course which has no Side by Side fairways meaning lot of balls in the rough. Some contestants complained about the greens. The greens were too slew for me and i thought they were also too complained Betsy Rawls who charted a seven Over Par 79. Miss Whitworth and miss Wright both agreed that the course was Tough and also said the greens seemed bumpy. Tribe wins on Azcue s single Minnesota continues hot Streak Page i june 5, ims i by United press internat Enel National league w. L. los Angeles Milwaukee Cincinnati 31 24 18 .633 19 .558 26 21 san Francisco 26 23 .553 4 .531 5 .500 6 .481 7 .457 8v4 21 26 .447 9 20 26 .435 20 29 .40811 24 24 25 27 21 25 St. Louis Houston Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago new York Friday s Philadelphia 6 Chicago 0 new York 2 Pittsburgh 1, night Cincinnati 4 san fran. 2, night Milwaukee 5 los Ang. 2, night Houston 5 St. Louis 2, night saturday s probable pitchers new York at Pittsburgh Kroll 3-2 is. Law Philadelphia at Chicago Short 4-6 is. Ellsworth los Angeles at Podres 3-0 is. Cloninger Houston at St. 4-1 is. Simmons san Francisco at Cincinnati 7-5 is. A Oney sunday s games new York at Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia at Chicago 2 san Francisco at Cincinnati of Angeles at Milwaukee 2 Houston at St. Louis 2 american league w. L. Pet. Go 30 15 .667 28 16 .636 1v4 25 20 .556 5 by mid Down up Pertt writer the Story of the 1965 Ameri can league Pennant race May Well hive been told Friday night when two bombs burst in Yankee stadium. Roll Back the clock and Call the Roll of the greats and you d say that the were fired by babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe Dimaggio or Mickey Mantle. But on this night you d be they were fired Fay Guys named Danny Cater and Floyd Robinson. For to May be that the Van keep who Long lived by the Long Ball May now be dying by it. It was operation get Well for the Yankees because they were facing the White sox. So often in the past the Yankees pulled out victories and turned the tide of the Pennant race. 26 22 .542 5vss 22 20 .524 26 26 .500 Ivy 21 24 .467 9 22 29 .431 11 19 27 .413 11v4 City Post los Angeles 4 Baltimore 3, night saturday s probable Chicago at new York John 4-2 is. Stottlemyre Baltimore at los Angeles Bunker 1-2 is. Chance Washington at Minnesota Richert 2-4 is. Boswel Boston at Kansas City twi Light Wilson 3-4 is. Shel Don Detroit at Cleveland Lolich 7-2 is. Kralick sunday s games Baltimore at los Angeles Joston at Kansas City 2 Washington at Minnesota Detroit at Cleveland Chicago at new York 2 Rolfe seeks 2nd major Crown by Ray Ayres new York up Tom Rolfe game Little Winner of the Preakness shoots for a second segment of the famed triple Crown at Aqueduct today in the 97th running of the Bel Mont stakes. The mighty mite from the Powhatan stable of Raymond guest lost his Chance to sweep the classics by finishing third in the Kentucky Derby five weeks ago. Eight 3-year-Olds compete in the mile and one half classic with Tom Rolfe towered Over by his rivals the 6-5 favorite to grab the lion s share of the Golden diadem. None of the Young horses Ever has raced Over the Bel Mont stakes distance and the thoroughbred who proves Best at the task proudly struts off the track with a Winner s purse of to his credit. Ready to Challenge Tom Rolfe for that Rich purse were Arch rival Dapper Dan Hail to All Sellari la Cima first fam ily Happy gondolier and bold bidder who races coupled in the betting with Dapper Dan. Dapper Dan owned by Ogden Phipps was second in the Ken Tucky Derby a head behind Lucky Debonair who was injured during the Preakness and temporarily retired. The stretch running cold also was second in the plea Mcness failing by a head to overtake Tom Rolfe. Each time Dapper Dan came from far Back in the Field and each time he ran out of ground. With a mile and one half in which to fight his Way to the front Dapper Dan was a Strong second Choice at 7 to 5. Among today s Belmont Start ers Hail to All is the Only other horse who raced in the Early classics. He was fifth at Churchill Downs and third at Pamlico. Bishops out of Mcaa tourney Carbondale by. Up Ohio Wesleyan was dropped 3-1, by Union University Friday n a Consolation game of the a College division mid East regional. Union s Bill Kemp fired a three hitter against the Bishops who tallied their Only run in the fourth when Pete Noonan walked with the bases loaded. A sin Gle by Norm Neeley a walk and an error had loaded the ases. Pastime now playing giant double feature program All new All in color continuous shows from adults me children 3se this time it was the sox who came up with the Long big bomb that terrorized league in Yean past. Danny Cater broke Friday s 15-inning scoreless spell with a Homer and one out later Floyd Robinson also homered to give Relief Pitcher Eddie Fisher an easy fifth Victory against one loss. Fisher stopped the yanks on one hit Over the last six inn Ings to win Over Pete Mikkel sen who suffered his second loss in the 2-0 game. The Minnesota twins made it 12 victories in their last 15 games with a 9-5 win Over the Washington senators the Cleve land indians beat the Detroit tigers 7-6 and the los Angeles Angels downed the Baltimore orioles 4-3, in other Al games. Jim Kaat won his fifth game for the twins with the help of homers by Bob Allison and Jimmie Hall. It was Kaat s fifth Victory against five losses Danny Koplets suffered the loss. Joe Azcue s two run single in the eighth inning drove in the winning runs for the indians As Sonny Shebett raised his rec Ord to 6-2. Al Kaline homered for the tigers. Rookie Marcelino Lopez won this seventh game for the an gels aided by Bob Lee s Relief in the ninth. Jim Fregosi had two hits for the Angels. Charlon stops Leafs backslide by United press International the Toronto Maple Leais rest a game and a half ahead of he Atlanta crackers in the International league standings Oday and they owe most of it a a big right Bander named Frank Charton. Charton a 6-foot-2, 190-Pound or limited the crackers to just our hits Friday night As he pitched the Maple Leafs to an i-0 Victory Over their second place rivals. The Victory was Charton s sixth this season against three losses but it was by far his Best Effort. In other action Jacksonville downed Rochester 5-2 and co Limbus edged Syracuse 6-5. The standings by United press International w l pet. Go Toronto Atlanta Columbus Jacksonville Toledo Syracuse Rochester Buffalo Friday s results Toledo 5 Rochester 2 Columbus 8 Syracuse s Toronto 8 Atlanta 0 Jacksonville 2 Buffalo 0 32 16 .667 32 19 .627 29 20 .592 3vt 25 23 .521 7 23 26 .496 21 24 .467 19 32 .373 14v4 14 35 .268 wins award Milwaukee up Joe Torre of the Milwaukee braves Friday became the first catch or to win the National league s player of the month award. Torre collected 24 of a Possi ble 50 votes to outdistanced run Nerup Don Drysdale who received six votes. The g ants Willie Maya ran third. End tonight How to murder your wife "633 Squadron Nightmare Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Het Uiti plus second Maturi a few elms Aumoth fort ends tonight Rio Conchos Zulu evil of Frankenstein Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed first run showing in Coshocton Maclaine Peter Ustinov Ichard Crenna

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