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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Kyftwltlo (Ark.) Courier Newt - Tlmdijr, Mtjr W, MM . ft* Nh*' LEAGUE Ky THE ASSOCIATED PRE& NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pel. G.B San Fran, ..18 7 .720 FI.L'a: Ji .. 14 8 .636 2 lio-.mlon .... 15 10 .600 3 Pnila 11 8 .550 4 Lbs-Aii3c'.cs . 13 12 .520 5 Atlanta ... 13 13 .500 5 New York ... 8 10 .444 6 St. Louis .... 8 14 .364 8 Cincinnati .. 8 14 .364 8 Chbago ... 6 17 .251 11 Monday's Results Cincinnati 7, Atlanta 4 St. Louis at Chicago, pos poned, cold San Francisco at Piltsburg' postponed, snow and cold Los Angeles at Philadelphi; postponed, rain Only games scheduled Today's Games San Francisco at Pittsburgl N Los Angeles at Philadelphia N Houston at New York, N Cincinnati at Atlanta, 2, tw night St. Louis at Chicago Wednesday's Games Houston at New York, N Los Angeles at Philadelphia N San Francisco at Pittsburgh N St. Louis at Chicago Cincinnati at Atlanta, N AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. * Baltimore . 15 4 .789 Cleveland . . 15 4 .789 Detroit .... 13 9 .591 3" California . 13 9 .591 3V Chicago ... 11 8 .579 4 Minnesota . • 9 10 .474 6 Washington . 7 13 .350 8 Boston 7 15 .318 9V New York .'. 7 16 .304 10 Kansas City 6 15 .286 10 Monday's Results New York 3, Minnesota 2 Kansas City 6, Boston 1 California 10, Washington 7 Only games scheduled Today's Games Chicago at altimore, N Detroit at Cleveland, N New York at Minesota, N Boston at Kansas City, N Washington at California, N Wednesday's Games Washington at California, N Boston at Kansas City, N New York at Minnesota, N Detroit at Cleveland, N Chicago at Baltimore, N MINORS— TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B Albu'que .... 14 6 .700 — Amarillo .... 15 8 .678 1 ARKANSAS . 13 8 .619 Wi El Paso 8 9 .471 4V4 Dal-FW 8 15 .286 Austin 4 14 .222 Monday's Results Amarillo 12, Dallas-Fort Worth 4 ARKANSAS 3, Austin 2 11 in nings Tuesday's Games Albuquerque at El Paso Amarillo at Dallas-Fort Worth Austin f.t Little Rock INTERNATIONAL Toledo 1, Rochester 0, 2nd game postponed, cold Richmond at Buffalo, postponed, cold Syracuse at Columbus, post poned, cold Only games scheduled PACIFIC COAST San Diego 5, Oklahoma City 2 Tulso at Indianapolis, postponed, cold Phoenix at Denver, postponed, cold Tacoma 9, Vancouver 5 Only games scheduled iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililliiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHii Mon. Stars iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING-Mel Stpttlemyre, New York, scattered nine hits as the Yankees edged Minnesota 3-2 for their third Straight victory. BATTING^Pete Rose, Cincinnati, collected two singles, a double and a home run, scoring three runs and driving in two. Troy Wicker Axes Austin LITTLE ROCK sas' Floyd Wicker proved the nemesis of Austin again Monday night, lining a two-out single to left center in the llth for a 3-2 Traveler victory in Texas League baseball. Wicker .accounted for , all three of Arkansas' runs. He had knocked in eight runs in four earlier games against Austin. The Travelers went ahead in the second wltli a two-run homer liit over the 360-foot lign by .Wicker. • TEAM CHAMPS — Eighth annual team trophy In the Mississippi County Bowling Association tournament this year was won by Phillips 66 with a handicap score of 3187. The team also won the scratch trophy. (2839). Team members are (from left) R. C. Farr, Larry Katz and Russ Farr. Absent at photo time were Danny Long and Wally Hoke. BIG HAUL — Ray Mann of Osceola, president of the Mississippi County Bowling Association, made the big haul in the tournament. He won trophies for high scratch (687), high handicap series. (729), first place scratch all events (1734), and a plaque for serving as president. Awards were made at a banquet last week in the NCO Club at BAFB. No More Cutting Up for Pitcher There's a Bee in Pete Richert's Bonnet By S.ANDY PADWE NEW YORK - (NBA) Baseball has become such a polite, businesslike game that Pete Richert has suppressed his real personality. From a psychiatric standpoint that could be dangerous. But unless Pete Richert suddenly becomes a big loser it shouldn't be a problem. Last year, the southpaw was 15-12 for the Washington Senators and when you have that kind of record for that kind of team, it can cure a lot of problems—or at least make them bearable. It's like money in a bad job. * * * Pete Richert really would like to be a showman. "Casey Stengel, Yogi Berra and Jim Piersall all have done a lot for the game," he says. "And there certainly is room for more like MING/ Ken Koval cracked 569 in 9 )'Clock Monday Mixed League at Strat-0-Lanes. R. D. Sam- jels stowed 203-564; and Herbert Totty 213-503. Dolly Hein ined up 190-493. Third-place ?eam One poped 856-2428. + * + Bill Kerner twirled 204-555 in ndustrial Summer League last night at Shamrock. Bob Littrell and Dave Fowler flipped 536s; talph Wiggins 521; and Jim Sax 210. Randall Company slicked with 621; and Swift Oil 728. This league still has openings or frorn four to six three-man earns. Contact Shamrock or 'imrnie Kittany (PO 3-8171, PO -6084). 9 O'CLOCK MIXED W I 'earn rour 7 1 'cam Five 7 1 Team One fi 2 B'6 5 3 VOSCO 4 4 ttte Farm 4 4 Mustangs 3 3 orry-Bout-That 2 6 ream Six 1 7 oonc Cleaners ^ 7 INDUSTRIAL SUMMER Points witt oil co ia •Cats Jewelers 1G oca-Cola 18 .anclall Company :6 hamrock Lanes 12 lontgomery - Ward 6 them in baseball. "The game has changed. Now the athlete is a businessman. Every time the stock market' goes down, five guys walk into our clubhouse with long faces. "But you can't walk around with the Wall Street Journal under your arm all the time." ¥ ¥ •» A few years ago, Richert forgot all his inhibitions and put on a show that even had Walter O'Malley, the Dodgers owner, enthused. It was in Seattle and Richert was with the Los Angeles farm club, Spokane. "We were playing a night game." he said, "Giveaway Night, or some promotion like that. Well, it was raining and we had been waiting about two hours to see if we were going to play. "We were sitting in the dugout kidding around and the next thing I know I'm out on the field with a garden can watering the field. The fans loved it. "So one of the guys scrounged around in back of the stadium and found a bonnet with a big bow on it. I put that on, got the catching gear and put that on, too, and went back to watering the field. * * * "Then I wanted to prove to everyone how dry the field was so I crawled under the tarp and came out with some dry dirt. "Then I started running the bases, sliding into sec- P -J^lK"^ .' / '' • '* v : V;'-: &?•*"•''': THE WEVDUP — The strikeout strength of Pete Richert of the Washington Senators comes from this extended pitching potion. He struck out seven Detroit Tigers in a row. Jack's Pack, Fred's Fans NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) Arnie's Army and Jack's Pack are getting ready to trail their heroes in the 5100,000 Greater New Orleans Open Golf Tourney. The fairways will also be tramped by a smaller group known as Freddie's Fans. They'll be following Freddie Haas, who turned 50 in January just in time to win the PGA Seniors crown from a notable older swinger named Sam Snead. Haas is the sentimental home- Sown favorite for the 72-hole tourney, which opens Thursday on the plush Lakewood Country Club course. A pro-am prelimi- i nary precedes it on Wednesday. For every bag of AGRICO Weed Control you buy, we'll feed your flowers FREE! With ivery bag of MW f DOWIfful AGRICO W*Kl Control you buy, (only $4.951 btg- WMdiftfMi 5,000 sq.ft.) mil gin you i Mb. box of AGRICO Girdm FortHtacrrKEE Otog. ISt box) AGRICO Witd Control klllt ill connnon broidlMf WWn WvNVf MO fnti tht gratt to covor spoti lift by dud wonts. BLYTHEVILLE SEED CO. 1800 W. Main Ph. PO 3-6856 Grain and Field Seeds ond, third and so on. Once I started the whole thing I really went wild. One of the players came out of the dugout and got in the act by throwing a rope around me and dragging me off the field. "A couple days after, I got a letter from Mr. O'Malley telling me that showmanship never hurt baseball. "I feel that as long as you don't hurt anyone or poke fun at any ballplayer,. there's nothing wrong with it." * * * So far, Pete Richert hasn't pulled anything like that in the majors. "You can't," he said. "Image." With that somber warning, Pete Richert picked up the magazine he was reading at breakfast and went up to his hotel room. Outside, it was raining. And Pete Richert was restless. 'niiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiHMiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiH GEE JR., PAL VICTORS E. B. Gee Jr., of Blytheville and Tom Raney of Little Rock, combined to win the Little Rock Country Club Four-Ball tournament Sunday, 3 and 2. They had some tough competition in Charley Coe, a former U.S. amateur champion from Oklahoma City, and Jack Stephens, Little Rock. Sunday morning, Gee and Raney moved past Bob Kessler and Floyd Sagely of Van Buren, in the semifinals, 2 and 1. 4llllll!lllllllll!lllllllllllllllllinilllllllll!lllllllllllllllll!lllllll!llll!IIIIIIIIW YOU Are Cordially Invited to See Th Fabulous ANTIQUE GUN COLLECTION of James E. Pepper Distilling Co. ON EXHIBIT IN OUR STORE DURING BLYTHEVILLE'S SEVENTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION MAY 12th MAY 19th You Are Also Invited to TRY James f. Pepper Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 6Yrs. Old 86 Proof Fifths—$5.25 Pints—,$3.30 Half Pnits—$1.70 FOSTER'S LIQUOR STORE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Convenient Rear Entrance on Fifth St. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING The Only Complete Liquor Store In Town MM. Bill Foster... Owner, Operator CoW in CW, Snow in Pitt Mick, Rog Ride Again By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer The M&M boys strike again. It had been a while — nearly y and Roger Marts finally left their mark on an opponent Monday night as the New York Yankees edged Minnesota 3-2 for their third straight victory since Ralph Houk began his second reign as manger. Mantle hit his first home run of the season and Maris recorded his, second, marking the first time since June 18, 1965, that they had connected in the same game. The Yankee outfielders gained the label of M&M. because of their torrid homer hitting that made them baseball's most awesome twosome in the first lalf of this decade and powered the Yankees to five consecutive American League pennants. » • * Last year, however, injuries reduced their effectiveness to where they combined for only 27 homers and connected in the same game only twice. It was his poor performance season that Mantle referred to Saturday night when he talked privately to Johnny Keane after the Yankees fired him arid renamed Houk as manager. "I just told him that I was ashamed to look • him in thi face," Mantle said, "because since he came here he was the only man I played for that I fell I let down in baseball. "I really feel like I let him down. I didn't do anything while fie was here, and most of the ball club didn't. I still think we have a good ball club and hope we do well. I'm just sorry that if we start going good, he's not Chilly Winds Hit AIC Meet RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) —Most records were never in danger Monday night as chilly winds slowed qualifiers in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Con- 'erence track meet to be held lere tonight. Another cool night was forecast tonight. Southern State's George Erl- quezzo set two AIC records in qualifying for the meet at Arkansas Tech. He ran-the'-iOO/ ard dash in. 9.7 and the 220- •ard dash in 21.8. Eriquezzo had set the previous 100-yard recon' at 9.8 last 'ear. Tommy Maddox of Tech held the 220-yard record of 22.3. The Muleriders, who quali- ied 17 entrants, lost a chance t a third record when a baton was dropped in the 440-yard re- ay. Southern State, strong in the sprints, and defending champion Harding, powerful in distance events, are favorites in the meet. . Records set in qualifying for the AIC meet go on the conference books. here with us." The Yankees are going well compared with the first 20 games of the season when they won only four times. Mantle, in particular, is going well. While he drove in only one run in the first 18 games he played, he now has knocked in five of the 11 the Yankees have scored in their three-game winning streak.' Elsewhere in the America League, California outslugged Washington 10-7 and Kansas City whipped Boston 6-1. Cincinnati defeated Atlanta 7-4 in the only National League game. Cold weather stopped St. Louis at Chicago, rain washed out Los Angeles at Philadelphia and snow stopped San Francisco at Pittsburgh; Mantle's homer was a 370-foot drive in the fourth inning while Maris' 410-foot blow in the seventh was the 250th of his career and tied the game 2-2. Joe Pepitone then won it for Mel Stottlemyre when he led off the ninth with a homer against Al Worthington. * * * Bob Rbdgers and Ed Kirkpatrick .each drove in three runs with a triple and a homer as the Angels made full use of their eight hits. The Senators, who had 14 hits, contributed eight walks to California's attack. The Athletics rode a four-run fourth inning to their victory. Manny Jimene. tripled in One run and scored on a wild pitch by Boston's Pete Magrlni. Jim Loborg later came on and wild pitched another run across. ',' Two-run homers by Pete Rose and Art Shamsky in the third inning carried Cincinnati past Atlanta. Rose had four hits,; ia all while Shamsky also singled and scored in the first on Csin- jle by Leo Cardenas. Dehil Menke and Ed Mathews hom- ered for the Braves. . -.^ QUESTION: What is the price of America's most popular cigar? Tech Takes Charge In AIC Golf RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) —Arkansas Tech took a three- stroke lead into the final round of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference Golf Tournamenl here today. Tech's, four-man team fin- finished the-first 18 holes on die par 72 Russellville Country Club course Monday .with a 322. Little Rock University was second with 325 and Hendrix third with 331. Following in order were Southern State with 334, Arkansas State Teachers 336, Arkansas A&M' 344, Henderson State 349, Ouachita•Baptist 351, Harfl- 'ng 379 and Colege of the Oz- arks.403. • .-• •• . LRU and John Brown Univer- >ity are allowed to-compete in iie AIC evient'for a-berth in District 17 playoffs of the Na- ional Association of Intercol- egiate Athletics, though they are not conference members. BU did not enter. Wynton Norwood of Tech, Pat; lauley of Southern State and] John Lammers of LRU were' medalists Monday, each with a 78. ANSWER: Not St, not 100, not 2/25K! It's the 60 King Edward Imperial that has • the VERY SPECIAL i VALUE that makes it America's largest seller. LEADER Jack Emery Mr. Emery led the entire sales staff in used car sales for the month of April. See the men with the RED HATS for th« BED HOT BARGAINS during ihe months of May and June. Remember with each new car or truck purchase you will re- eive a FREE FAMILY VACATION. ;"v Remember You Con Always Make, a Better Deal at..... Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. ': 301 W. Walnut Ph. PO 8-4578 Go see your Buick dealer. Go get a '66 Buick Special. Going 1st class was never easier. (Or smarter.) Delivery? Right now! 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