The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1966 · Page 6
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Willie Is Forced to Admit If: He's a Hero Again NEW YORK (Ar>) - Jim Da-1 play?" Herman ashed rhetorl tenport hit the game-winning homer in the 17th inning and extended San Francisco's win- Ing streak to 12 games, but the Giants probably owe more to a little radio in the dressing room listened to by Willie Mays. Herman Franks, the Giants' manager, revealed the part the radio played after San Francisco edged the Mets 5-4 Friday night in' a marathon game that lasted 4 hours and 29 minutes. "You think they don't want to cally, teasing- his audience. "Well, listen to this: "Mays' leg was really bothering him. It got sorer and sorer from the time he fell, and when he came up in the seventh I told him to get a hit and I'd send Bob Shaw in to run for him. But he popped out, so I sent him into the dressing room and told him to call it a night. "Then we score three runs, and now he's in the clubhouse all undressed. So he runs over Cards Are 2-0 Downtown to his locker, puts his suit back on, comes out and tells me he's playing and goes up in the eighth and hits the homer to tie it." The homer, Mays' 10th of the season and 515th of his career, completed the Giants' comeback after they had trailed 4-0 after five innings. Mays, reticent to talk about the incident, finally admitted: "Yen, If there wai no ridl I'd been under a ihower. I go back just in time. Fuentei wa making th last out "I'm not trying to be a hero— or dramatic. We're just tryin to help each other. I'm hurtin we're down 4-0, so I go out an I'm undressed when! hear Hal er (catcher Tom Haller) hit hi homer. So now it's 4-2 and the 4-3, so I felt we had a chance to The View from Hen ED HAYES Coach Still Here THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR COACHES START LOOK- Ing around in earnest. It is also the time when schools look around and just as earnestly. Young Jack Goodman, with uncommon knowledge of football and the talent to teach it and the personality that young men lay down their hides for, is one of those coaches that schools, with vacant chairs in their athletic offices, pursue. He doesn't go to them. They come to him. * * * So far, the Blytheville Junior High coach has said no to various offers. He likes it in Blytheville. His wife likes it here, too, because this is her hometown, for one reason, and for a lot of other reasons, too. Jack wouldn't mind if the new season started right now. Today. Or tomorrow. He's ready. Yeah, but how about the Papooses? Well, they'd be ready as the next guy. "About 14 eighth graders have been working real hard this spring," the coach said. "We lost about 10 starters, 15 altogether." Jack doesn't mind a whole team getting wiped out by promotion to senior high. "I believe in playing all the ninth graders we can, to get 'em ready for the Chicks. That's the way you build football players." * * * Goodman has arranged seven games for next September and October. He had a rugged time getting that many. There's an open date Sept. 8 and he'd like to fill it yet. .Other than that, he's satisfied with the bookings. • There are no games in November. "We like to close down In November," he said. He feels that two months of solid action is more than sufficient for the youngsters. Jack believes in getting out before drudgery takes hold. * * * Papooses' first game Is here against Paragould, Sept. 15, 7:30. Next, it's MacArthur at Jonesboro, Sept. 22; Jackson, Tenn., here, Sept. 29; Annie Camp of Jonesboro here, Oct. 6; at West Memphis, Oct. 3; at Dyersburg, Oct. 20; and the windup against Caruthersville here, Oct. 27 at 7 o'clock. Last year Jack's Paps showed a 4-2-1 record. They're just breathing for the time when they can make up for the losses to Jackson and MacArthur and the tie with West Memphis. "We'll be small next year again as usual," the coach said, "but very tough." On Old Nine Yet HAD THE WEATHER NOT BEEN SO COOL AND MOIST this spring, the golfing folks at Blytheville Country Club would be just about now beginning to move over to the new back nine. So, it'll probably be a few days yet. At least. . Then must begin the work on the old nine. By mid-July 18 should be playable. 6 Races Sunday OTHER THAN A SKY THAT WAS NOT CLEAR, EVERY- thing was in readiness this morning for the stock car races at Blytheville Speedway Sunday night. Six races are logged at 8 o'clock, time trials at 6:30. Hooker Hood of Memphis, who collected $250 in prize* last week, indicated he'd return. The track was graded yesterday and would not have to be watered down again until sometime Sunday. "Unless it rains," whispered Harold Pery. It's something he'd rather not talk about. Bear vs. Tutors in Final LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Ouachita and Arkansas State Teachers play a two-of-three series here today to decide the District 17 NAIA baseball championship. The Tigers beat Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference champion Arkansas A&M 6-1 in a first-round game, then beat Henderson 8-1 in the second round. ASTC beat John Brown Uni- Friday's Fights CINCINNATI - Johnny Biz- larro, Erie, Pa., outpointed Primas Williams, Cincinnati, 10, lightweights. Gene Young, 122 Steubenville Ohio, outpointed Carmine lacobucci, 123, Cincinnati, 10. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL $2.00 yd. REPLACEMENT RUBBER FLOOR MATS $5.00 Front BOAT SEATS AND CUSHIONS */a PRICE Complete Ait* VphoMMT Gilbert's 100 E. Main Ph. 14742 versity 6-4 in the opening round, then took Southern State 6-5. Southern State had advanced with a 12-6 victory over Arkansas Tech and Henderson beat Little Rock University 9-3 in another first-round game. Play Ground Equipent • SWINGS • SLIDES • CLIMBING TOWERS • MERRY-GO- ROUND LR Hall Wins AAA Meet CONWAY, Ark. (AP) Little Rock Hall won the Class AAA track title here Friday night, snipping Little Rock Central by two points. North Little Rock set a record in the 880-yard relay with a time of 1:29.9 and Gary Carter of Fayetteville erased his AAA meet mark In the pole vault by clearing 13-7%. Team totals: Hall 75, Central 73, North Little Rock 39, Fayetteville 31%, Pine Bluff 27, Fort Smith Northside 10, Hot Springs 9%, Jonesboro 9, El Dorado 7, Litle Rock Mo- Clellan 4 and Fort Smith Southside 1. MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet- G.B. San Fran. ... 22 1 .759 — Houston 17 11 .607 4% Pittsburgh -• 15 11 .577 5tt Los Angeles . 15 14 .514 7 Philadel 12 12 .500 1%. Atlanta 14 17 .452 9 St. Louis .... 11 14 .440 9 New York .... 9 12 .429 9 Cincinnati ... 10 15 .400 10 Chicago 6 18 .250 13% Friday's Results Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles I Houston 1, Philadelphia 0 San Francisco 5, New York 4, 17 innings St. Louis 8, Atlanta 0 Cincinnati at Chicago, post- postponed, rain j Today's Games San Francisco at New Yorfe Houston at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago Atlanta at St. Louis, N Sunday's Games San Francisco at New York Houston at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Chicago Atlanta at St. Louis Los Angeles at Pittsburgh Monday's Game* No games scheduled TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Amarillo .... 18 9 .667 — Al'b'que .... 16 10 .600 1 ARKANSAS . 15 10 .600 2 El Paso .... 12 11 .522 4 Dal-FW .... 7 17 .292 9 Austin 5 16 .238 10 Friday's Results Amarillo 6, ARKANSAS 5 Dallas-Fort Worth 11, El Paso 10 Albuquerque 6, Austin 5 11 linings Today's Games Austin at Albuquerque Amarillo at ARKANSAS Dallas-Fort Worth at El Paso AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Baltimore Detroit ... California Chicago .. Minnesota « Washington . Kansas City . New York ~. Boston W. L. Pet. G.B 16 5 .762 16 7 .696 15 9 .625 15 11 .577 IS 10 .565 11 10 .514 9 15 .375 8 16 .333 17 .320 10 18 .280 11 INTERNATIONAL Toledo 5-0, Toronto 0-4 Rochester 4, Richmond 1 Jacksonville 6, Syracuse S Columbus 2-4, Buffalo 0-12 PACIFIC COAST Oklahoma City 2, Indianapolis , 10 innings San Diego 6, Phoenix 4 Denver 5, Tuba 3 Spokane 8, Hawaii 3 Portland 3, Tacoma 2 Vancouver 4, Seattle 3 Friday's Results Cleveland 4, Baltimore 3, 11 innings Minnesota 9, Washington S New York 4, Kansas City 2 Detroit 5, Chicago 4 California 4, Boston 1 Today's Games Baltimore at Cleveland, twilight New York at Kansas City, twilight Washington at Minnesota Boston at California, twilight Chicago at Detroit Sunday's Games Boston at California, t New York at Kansas City, 2 Washington at Minnesota Chicago at Detroit Baltimore at Cleveland, 1 Monday's Game Washington at Minnesota Only game scheduled iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Friday *'s •iNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii By THE ASSOCIATED PRE B S PITCHING—D i c k Farrell, iouston, allowed only one hit in he'eight innings he pitched- Tony Taylor's fifth inning triple —as the Astros edged Philadelphia 1-0. BATTING—Tony Oliva, Minnesota, collected two singles, a double and. a triple, driving in our runs, in the Twins' 9-5 vic- ory over Washington. MARK IV WARRANTY Price* , Start ' A* Low Al 249 Inst. Complete Air Cond. Service On All Makes & Models seso J Plus Part* PORT A-TAPE SETS or STEREO SETS l» Fit taa Miki or MoM A. IJJOO Low As Insti GENTRY'S GARAGE 517 W.Aah — PO 8-4269 win." "He eomw running back out, yelling, 'Let me try it, let me try it,'" said Franks. "So I said go ahead. And he went out an played another nine innings." Mays turned his right ankle racing out a single in the fourth inning, falling as he passed the first base bag. But he continued to play until the seventh when he virtually was ordered to leave by Franks. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The San Francisco Giants were having a lot more trouble they had filling it up. Even the Met fans were beginning yawn. Then Jim Davenport wayi his magic wand, and everybody went home to bed. The largest crowd of the son, 56,651,. squirmed throug he season's longest game Fn day night before Davenport ,7th inning home run gave th Jiants a 54 victory over Ne Vork and extended their win ning streak to 12. Willie Mays may have been directly responsible for the hug urnout, a single-game recor for the Met's. park, but h eighth inning homer was n more than a memory whe davenport finally decided th 4%-hour marathon. * * * Although slowed by a viru Friday night, the Giant infieli er entered the game in the sev nth inning after shortstop Hi ..anier was lifted for a pine hitter. With two out hi the 17th, h lamed a Dave Eilers pite jver the left field fence, n abling th Giants to continue ar unbeaten run that began Apr The victory also kept Nationa ,eague leaders 4H game ahead of the second place Hous ton Astros, who nipped Philade hia 1-0 on Jim Wynn's nint rating homer and the one-h itching of Dick Farrell llaude Raymond. * * * Farrell gave up the hit— ifth inning triple by Tony Tay or—in a brilliant eight-innin tint. Raymond came on in th inth, after Farrell's pitchin tioulder tightened, and retire he Phillies hi order. St. Louis blanked Atlanta 8-t ehind Al Jackson's six-hitte nd Pittsburgh edged Los An eles 4-3 in other Nationa] eague games. Cincinnati's ame with the Chicago Cub 'as rained out. * * * Jackson drove in three runs ith a double and sacrifice fly hile shutting out the Braves r ho have dropped seven of their st eight. Mike Shannon deliv- ed two runs with a homer ani ingle as the Cardinals won heir second game in two starts ; their new stadium. Roberto Clemente's triple and im Pagliaroni's sacrifice fly in seventh inning lifted Pitts urgh past Los Angeles. Wood ryman, making his first major ague start, checked the Dodg- •5 on seven hits. Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 600 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Pig- Phone PO 3.3361 Try before you buy! SKIDMORE PIANO CO. tat* BakMmlltPlajf fofjstltttaai 101 E. Main St. Phone PO 3-7971 GIFTS For The Bride! For The Graduates! For Those People Who Already "HAVE EVERYTHING!" AT THE HEW ' ^~~~ Oyteen's J « welp r 105 W. Main & Gift StOfd Located Next Door To Fred's Dollar Star* Sam McDowell, who shuts himself in a room before pitching, soon may begin talking to himself. McDowell went into the room for the second consecutive Fri day night before facing the Baltimore Orioles but came out of the game with the same result —no result Although he put on another stingy performance, Cleveland's ace left-hander wasn't around at the finish w the Indians edged Baltimore 4-S in 11 innings. McDowell, who has been 4-0 since pitching a second straight one-hitter two weeks ago, departed for a pinch hitter in the bottom of the eighth inning, trailing M. He allowed he Orioles only four hits but walked six. * * ¥ He pitched » slightly stronger game against the Orioles the previous Friday night, allowing them only one run on seven hits in 12 innings. But still he couldn't get the victory. He left with the game tied 1-1, and the Orioles eventually won 3-2 in the 15th. That kind of treatment is enough to keep McDowell in his pre-game room. He follows that routine because he doesn't like' anyone to bother with him before a game. 'I don't want to relax. I want to be nervous and scared," McDowell explains. "I deliberately work myself up. I go into a room and shut myself away. I keep going over the hitters, over and over." * * * In other American league games, Minnesota defeated Washington 9-5, California beat Boston 4-1, Detroit edged Chica^ go 5-4 and New York trimmed Kansas City 4-2. Baltimore took a 3-2 lead In ;he top of the llth on Brooks Robinson's run-scoring single, >ut the Indians came right back wth two runs. Singles by Chuck linton, Leon Wagner and Fred Whitfield brought in the first, and one out later Dick Hall in- lentionally walked Vic Davalil- o, loading the bases. COURIER NEWS BATORDAT. MAT 14, »M FAOE SIX iniliiinuiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Pedro Gonzalez grounded to Jerry Adair, and the second' baseman fired the ball home trying to froce Wagner. But tha ball hit in the dirt for an error, and Wagner scored the winning run. Tony Oliva powered the Twins past Washington, lashing four hits and driving in four runs. Ha slammed a two-run triple in the third and a two-run double in the sixth. Washington's Fred Valentine had two hits, giving' him IS in is last 23 times at bat. * ¥ * Rick Reichardt drove In three runs with a single and a homer, helping Dean Chance down Boston. Chance pitced a five-hitter R California. Larry Sherry saved Detroit's victory, relieving Dennis Me- Lain in the eighth inning and pitching out of a jam, then pitching out of one he got himself into in the ninth. Sherry ended the game by getting Floyd Robinson on a line drive after Tom Agee hit a two-run " triple. Mickey Mantle triggered the Yankees to their fourth victory in five games under manager Ralph Houfc, doubling in a run in the first inning and scoring on Chuck Dobson's wild pitch. Mike Hershberger drove in both Kansas City runs. FASHION BEAUTY COLLEGE 214 East Hale Ave. Osceola, Ark. Phone LO 3-2971 "Beauty Culture Is a Rewarding Career, Interesting & Dignified, Too" Bodfet Term* Available Social Security Benefits To Those Who QuiUfy Discharged Veterans Are Permitted And Eneourxed To Enroll. 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