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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Wythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, June 7,19M - Page Mnf AS WRITERS POUND THEIR TYPEW RITERS . . . nonth, but the nation's sports ditors and writers see peace head — they are even hinting t a future merger. Meanwhile, Pete Roelle and ,1 Davis, commissioners of the IFL and AFL, respectively, enerally have refused comment on the developments con- erning the feud or its possible WORKING.'IM OVER — Paul Stringer (left), a career physical fitness man in the Air Force, gives Osceola catcher Buddy McAfee a rundown and adjustment. This took place Sunday afternoon following the game at Osceola. Both worked behind the plate. Stringer was umpire. The Indians, who carried away a 22-3 victory over Caraway Sunday, have an 8 o'clock game with Memphis Hardwood in Osceola Friday night. (Courier News Photo) Pony '• Owls overcame a 6 run lead to ! hand the Tigers their first loss yesterday .afternoon at Com, press Park. The score was 8-6. Ronnie Richardson hurled all • the way for the winners with Larry Moore behind the plale. Ray Yates and Newell Jerome ' pitched, for. the Tigers, with Yates getting lagged with Ihe '' loss. Donald Grisham was the ', catcher. Tonight at Light Brigade '• Field, Wings are slated to take ' on Eagles and Rams have the 1 Bears in a doublehedaer. First - game at 6 o'clock, second billed at 8:15. 8:30 Wrestling Dynamite at Arena They've got a dynamite tag team match lined up at Legion Arena tonight. And the principals include three professional heavyweight wrestlers who haven't been around the local scene for awhile. On the one end of the card are Tojo Yamamoto and Tamaya Solo, a pair of Japanese wrestlers who lead here in the boos-and-jeers parade. It's been some time since they have made an appearance in Blytheville. Both men are powerful and know all the tricks. Billy Wicks, popular young heavyweight, hasn't heard the roar of the crowd at the Arena, either, for awhile. He can be counted on to stage a good show. His partner is Dynamite Laye. The main event has an hour time limit, best-of-three. In the 8:30 opener, Dwayne Peale is booked against Chin Lee. Lee, seen on television quite often, usually with Luke Graham as a partner, is not as big as Luke but can match him in power and wits. This one is bcst-of-three also, 60 minutes or less. Admissions are 75 cents for adults, 25 cents for children. Reserved seats may be purchased inside the Arena. Herb Welch, Blytheville promoter, shares the tag team world championship with Al Costello. Little Zenile trapped Ark-Mo 4-2 in Blytheville Little League last night; and American Legion slapped Kiwanis 12-0 on Bisher's no-hitter. Zenite was oulhit 4-2 but managed the victory. Their only hits were back-to-back singles by Tetley Christy in the sixth when they scored three runs. There was a walk in the inning also, plus an error and fielder's choice. McCall was the winning pitcher, Baguley the loser. Ross had two hits for Ark-Mo. * * •*• Peyton, Julian, Bisher and Briley booked two hits each for Legion. Parish was the losing pitcher. Kiwanis boys drew a walk in the second and fourth innings hut couldn't do anything beyond that in a four-inning scuffle. Tonight's schedule: Jaycees vs. Rotary; and North 61 vs. Lions. ] MIDGET Jaguars downed Twins 3-1 last night in a well-played Y.- M.C.A. Midget League game, which required just a little over one hour to play. Jaguars got the jump by scoring one run in the first frame. They threatened again in the second, but were cut down by good defensive work. Single runs in. the .third and fourth innnings finished the Jaguar scoring and they'went into the sixth leading 3 - Q : Twins developed their only threat in the sixth when they pushed across their marker without a hit. They had only three safeties off Jaguar hurling, While the latter showed five hits off three Twin tossers. PEl WCt~~~ Warriors made it two straight In YMCA Pee Wee League at Midget Park last night, defeating Jets 14-5, Warriors had only one hit; and that was • bunt, but were a, warded 16 bam on balls. ' Jete rapped three hits, and J received six free tickets to first, » five of which came in the last i inning. ,; \ JtorMts and Frdg» are to play BASEBALL PROBLEM Disagree with the Bosses NEW YORK (AP) - The manner of raising $150,000 to run the major league baseball money then could go to run the players' office. When the player representa players' association, including uives met with the executivi $50,000 for executive director I council Monday, they rejected Marvin Miller, slill is causing the owners' suggestion. Instead problems between the owners and the athletes. The athletes wanted to take the money out of the pension fund but the owners told them May 3 .that it might be illegal. the players asked to continue to pay the $2 a day into a fund tha would be accounted for sepa rately so that the association could draw out money for ex penses. •*• *• * The owners suggested again In return, they suggested that the players be freed of the obligation of paying about $350 a | thj s might be illegal under th year ($2 a day {or 172 playing j Tail-Hartley act, governing la days) to help support the pen-1 bor-management relations, sion fund. They figured this | Miller, who takes over as director of the players' associa tion July-'l, still is an. official o the United Steelworkers o a league game at 6:30 tonight at Midget Park. It's the season's first game for.Frogs. America. EIGHTEEN PERSONS HAVE BEEN DROWNED IN AR- kansas waters this year. Some of the drownings appeared to have been results of heart attacks, but most are caused by sheer carelessness. Only recently two persons drowned in White River by anchoring the stern intead of the bow in swift water. Another fisherman, attempting to. exchange seats in a moving boat, capsized the boat and drowned. Two weekends ago a father and his four-year-old son were fishing in Lake Beaver Fork. The lot fell in. The father also drowned when he attempted to save his son, who was not wearing a life preserver. * * * In 1964 nine sportsmen were reported drowned in Arkansas waters, and 12 accident reports were filled with the G&FC. The boating laws require that "in case of collision, accident, or other casualty involving a vessel, the operator will—if the collision, accident, or other casualty results in death or injury to a person or damage to property in excess of $100— file with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission" a full description and account of the mishap. Last year 23 boating accident reports were filed with the G&FC, with 20 deaths reported. * . . * * Water enthusiasts can avoid these means of possible tragedy—standing in a moving boat, motoring too closely to a dam, overloading boats, failure to provide or to wear life preservers, lack or running lights for nightime operation of . boats, drinking intoxicants, while on the water, and poor seamanship or knowledge of operation of watercraft. Seven reports of boat eolllaloni were tiled last year, with two persons killed and property damage of »1,850. The two killed were occupants of a party barge struck by a ski boat. The Commission urges water enthusiasts to enjoy them- wives without taking a holiday fremrapoosibiUly. All Is Quiet On Pro Grid Front y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Despite continued small-arms ire in pro football's hot-and old war, editorial observers nticipate an imminent truce — nd eventual accord — between le rival American arid National eagues. Reports persist that the AFL s taking retaliatory measures or the signing of Buffalo place- cicker Pete Gogolak by New York Giants the last termination. * *' * The New York Times said the rival leagues are holding "secret peace talks" and that there were hopes for "an agreement, probably in the form of a common draft, within a week." But the Times story, under Frank Litsky's byline, quoted Davis as calling the report "speculation and conjecture. It is very doubtful anything will be done." "The latest of the pro football feuds which erupted when the New York Giants signed Pete Gogolak . . . will very likely be the last," wrote Oliver E. Kuechie, sports editor of the Milwaukee Journal, Monday. 'Peace is inevitable," Kuechie concluded, "not as a unilateral benefit to either of the leagues but as a mutual benefit." "Most pro football fans want the. war to end before the game as a whole is seriously damaged," Chet Nelson, sports editor of the Rocky Mountain News, reported. "Players jumping back and fourth and making outrageous demands eventually would bring a deterioration. "Peace, negotiated or otherwise, would be wonderful." » * * Joe McGuff, sports editor of the Kansas City Star, said the American League has gone on the offensive against the more established NFL for the first time but discounted reports that he signing of Gogolak by the Giants marked the beginning of I AFL's top defensive linemen, a mass player raid against the | played out their options with !San Diego last season — as did ' Gogolak with Buffalo — and are legally free to sign with a club n the other league. The Bears AFL. "Obviously, this is not the case," McGut'f wrote. "The Giants apparently acted on their own and against the wishes of a majority of the other owners. It is significant that the Chicago Bears have made no effort lo sign Ernie Ladd and the (Detroit) Lions have not moved to sign Earl Faison. "It now appears that the AFL will try to sign enough NFL players to make the rival league pay for taking Gogolak, but the AFL probably will not go so far as lo precipitate an auu-out war." * + * Ladd and Faison, two of the MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE San Fran. .• OS Angeles ittsburgh . Phila •fouston .... Cincinnati .. St. Louis ... Atlanta •Jew York .. Chicago W. L. 33 19 31 20 29 20 28 21 27 24 21 25 21 26 23 30 17 26 15 34 Pet. G.B. .635 — .608 1% .592 2Vi .571 3H .529 .457 .447 .434 .395 5% 9 11% .306 Monday's Results Philadealphia 6, San Francisco 2 Only game scheduled Today's Games Atlanta at New York N • Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Pittsburgh, N Los Angeles at Chicago San Francisco at Houston, N Wednesday's Games Atlanta at New York, N Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Pittsburgh, N Los Angeles at Chicago San Francisco at Houston, N AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland .. Saltimore . Detroit ;hicago .... California .. Minnesota . York . iVasiiington Kansas City Boston 30 30 28 25 24 21 21 23 .638 .612 1 2 5 1% Z% 8% 9 11%' .532 .480 .457 .457 .451 18 28 .391 19 30 .388 12 Monday's Results Chicago 5, California 1 Washington 5, Baltimore 3 Only games scheduled Today's Games Chicago at California, N Kansas City at Minnesota, N Boston at Detroit, N New York at Cleveland, N Washington at Baltimore, N Wednesday's Games Chicago at California, N Kansas City at Minnesota, N Boston at Detroit, N New York at Cleveland, N •Washington at Baltimore, 2, two-night MANORS- TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Amarillo 33 18 .647 Albuquerque ... 28 23 .549 5 ARKANSAS ... 26 25 .510 7 El Paso 23 26 .469 8 Austin 21 28 .429 11 Dal-Ft. Worth . 20 31 .329 13 Monday's Results ARKANSAS 8, Albuquerque 2 Amarillo 10, El Paso 6 Austin 4, Dallas-Fort Worth 1 Today's Games ARKANSAS at Amarillo, night Albuquerque at Dallas • Fort Worth, night El Paso at Austin, night. INTERNATIONAL Rochester 5, Columbus 2 Syracuse 3, Toledo 2 Richmond 5, Buffalo 4 Toronto 2, Jacksonville 1 PACIFIC COAST Seattle 8, Denver 0 Indianapolis 5, Hawaii 4 Portland. 9, Tulsa 3 Vancouver 4, Tacoma 1 Spokane 2, San Diego 1 Only games scheduled niiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Fights SAN JOSE, Calif. - Bobby Scanlon, 139, San Francisco, awarded technical decision over Louis Molina, 139%, an Jose, Calif. Officials stopped fight in ninth round after Scanlon, leading on all three cards, suffered gash over. right eye from head butt. The St. Louli Cardinals drew one million fans for .the first I time when they won the 19W 'National League pennant. On the New Nine Now Test of Golf Blytheville Country Club a new 18-hole course. We're long has had a nine-hole not just adding nine holes golf course. It still has a to the old nine," nine-holt layout, but it's a Saturday, Boyd moved the new nine. golfers from the old niner "What we're building," to the "back nine" of the pro Bob Boyd explained, "is new 18-hole course. Travs Top Albuquerque: Dodgers Make 5 Errors ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. -(AP) Arkansas slammed Albuquerque' for 10 hits and defeated the Dodgers 8-2 in Texas League baseball here Monday night. The flustered Dodgers com- mitteed five errors in the game. Fred Wall, picking up his third victory against his fourth loss, had a no-hitter but 'not a shutout going until the sixth inning when Clel James singled to centerfield. Wall allowed the Dodgers only two more hits. The Travelers Knocked starter Bill Larkin out after three innings, gaining a 5-1 lead. Larry Stubing with four and Steve Huntz with three collected seven of tie Traveler hits. In concluding its sweep of a four-game series with El Paso Honor for Hog MALVERN, Ark. (AP) Randy Stewart, a star on the undefeated Arkansas Razorbaek football team of 1964-65. will be honored at a banquet here June 15. Razorbaek Head Coach Frank Broyles will be principal speaker at the banquet, co-sponsore( by the City of Malvern and. the town of Magnet Cove. Cotfonwood Raceway Int. 55 & Hiway 140 OSCEOLA, ARK. Racing this Friday & Each Friday Night Time Trials — 6:30 p.m. Races — 8:15 p.m. All New Track Steel Bleachers Class "C" Stockers and Class "A" Super Modified from a 5-State Area. THE FASTEST QUARTER-MILE GUMBO TRACK IN THE SOUTH 1/«i DDI^F IL ilMvL Molten Fire Cupid Plants Petunias Colius Lantana Sultana i Verbenta Snapdragons McADAMS GREENHOUSE 1 206 E. Davis Monday night, Amarillo spot- ed the Sun Kings a 3-1 lead n the first inning and went on o win 10-6 as Jim Todhunter and Doug Rader each hit two- run homers for the Sonics. Austin, winner of seven of its ast nine games, sJioved Dallas- Fort Worth deeper into the eel- ar with a 4-1 victory that. gave be Braves four games of the ive-game series. * * * Amarillo got half' of its total run production in the sixth .inning when the first six Sonic mtters hit safely or drew a walk. El Paso used four pitchers in the inning before retiring the side. Austin's Tom Dukes tossed a five-hitter in going all the way. Dallas - Fort Worth bunched three of them in the fourth inning for its only run. Arkansas 302002100-8100 Albuquerque 001 000 001-235 Wall, and Breeden; Larkin, Baird (4), Hill (7), Gomez (9), and Erdos. W-Wall (3-4), L-Larkin (102). All Work Guaranteed 18 Years Experience I'lJfJ BILL BEARD Auto Body Paint & Gloss Works 2213 Birch St. (Rear) Ph. PO 3-8345 Rooky's Bait Shop 201 No. Center St. (Formerly Bud and Ira's Bait Shop) Minnows - Worms Crayfish - Crickets Fishing Tackle let and Snacks Carload Purchase! FOAM RUBBER Size 11 ' 88 $7.50 Assorted (4 j) A Cfl Sizes )lut.tlU Complete Auto Uphototery GILBERT'S 600 E. Main —PO 3-6742 "This will let us devote all our time to getting the front nine ready. It should be open in about two weeks . . . and let's hope for more of this sunshine," he said this morning. • • • * * -fr- it's a relief to close down the old nine, Boyd said. "Counting temporary greens, we were maintaining nine old greens, about 18 new ones and a few temporary greens. All together, we were working on 30 or more greens this spring. That's too much, "Now we can forget some Of them and concentrate on the front nine. It's coming along well, right now." The new course will be a test of golf, Boyd promises. "It'll be championship caliber from the back tees ... one of the finest golf courses around these parts, for sure." ' * + *' ' The entire 18 holes should be in good shape for the annual King Cotton tournament in late July, Boyd said. Joe Finger,'fast- rising Houston golE course architect, designed the new BCC links and supervised its construction. and Lions own NFL rights to the pair. Executive Sports Editor 3corge Puscas of the Detroit "Yee Press said the NFL is 'eady to concede a champion- ihip playoff game with the "AFL md Lloyd Larson, sports editor if the Milwaukee Sentinel, wrote that a merger between he leagues may soon be announced. :. Puscas said an AFL-NFL jlayoff "was coming sooner or ater, anyway." The NFL,', he continued, "is even willing "how ;o test the strength of anti-trust iaws by joining the AFL in a common draft." : * * * He quoted an unidentified MFL owner as saying, "Roelle will get this settled properly, or we're all in trouble i . . He'll get it done or he's through." Larson, quoting other unidentified sources, said a common draft will not serve as a starting point in a peace move because of possible legal complications. 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