ma - THE PLAY'S THE THING - Two of these three Philadelphia Phillies came up with the big play. Dick Groat (upper left) snared a line drive at third and second baseman Cookie Rojas (bottom) made a diving 'slab of a hard grounder. But left fielder Richie Allen gave a long chase for a foul fly only to have the ball pop from his glove. Twins Just Miss HR Record Breaks Up Rally with Double By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The Minnesota Twins trailed Kansas City 4-3 in the seventh inning when suddenly Rich Rollins homered. Then Zoilo Versalles homered, and Tony Oliva, and Don Mincher, and Harmon Killebrew. That brought up Jimmie Hall, with a chance to set a major league record for most homers in one inning. "I knew about the record," said Hall. "The announcer told everyone that we had tied the record when I was standing in the batter's box. It upset me a little. 1 know if I was the pitcher I'd be bearing down that much more." Hall eventualy lashed a pitch that hit high off the fence and settled for a double. * ¥ * "I'm going to fine Hall $100 for breaking up a rally," laughed Minnesota Manager Sam Mele, who hasn't had too much opportunity to do that this season. Despite the homer hammering and the 9-4 victory, Mele's defending American League champions still are in sixlh place — three games under the .500 mark and nine games behind front - running Baltimore. While the Twins still were trying to reach the first division, the Orioles took over first place from Cleveland by beating Washington twice while the Indians and New York Yankees were rained out. Baltimore won a game thai had been suspended Wednesday night, 8-6, and then came back for a 4-2 victory in the regularly scheduled game. In (he only other American League game played, Detroit battered Boston 9-1. * * * The A's pulled out to a 4-0 lead against the Twins with Lary Stahl's bases-loaded triple the key blow in the first inning uprising against starter Camilo Pascual. Bob Allison doubled in a run in the fifth and Killebrew brought two more across in th esixth with his first homer of the game. Rollins, pinch hitting, started the homer barrage in the seventh with a two-run shot off Catfish Hunter that put the Twins ahead 5-4. Versalels jionv er chased Hunter and brought in Paul Linblad. Linhlad got Sandy Valdespino but Oliva and Mincher followed with homers that brought on John Wyatt. Wyatt was tagged for Killebrew's second homer, then stopped the rally by holding Hall to a double. The Orioles finished off Wednesday night's suspended game against the Senators with a four-run eighth inning rally that wiped out a 6-4 Washington lead. The big blow was Russ Snyder's two-run homer, following a single by Jerry Adair, Camilo Can-eon's double and a game-tying single by Sam Bowens. Boog Powell's 10th home run of the year drove in two runs and lifted Baltimore to a 4-2 victory in the nightcap. Powell's San Fran. .. Angeles Pittsburgh . Phila Houston ... Atlanta .... lindnnatl New York ihicago Wheelchair Meet NEW YORK (AP) - The 10th Annual National Wheelchair Games opened today with more than 250 physically handicapped •thklti from 21 tUtes wterei shot snapped a 2-2 tie in the sixlh inning. Dave McNally, who struck out 11 baiters in Ihe first six innings, got credit for his fifth victory in seven decisions. Stu Miller finished up. Norm Cash, Don Demeter and Bill Freehan crashed homers in support of Dave Wickersham's five-hit pitching as the Tigers crushed the Red Sox for their fifth straight victory. The Tigers were aided by 10 walks issued by five Boston pitchers. Sr. Pony JAY - ftytheviite MUIUM* were nipped 2-1 here last Might by Bay In the Serti&r Pony League. Kent Andrews struck out 14 batters for Blytheville but a first-Inning triple with a man on and a sacrifice was his downfall. The loser allowed seven hits. The Mustangs got to Tip Taylor for eight hits but couldn't produce at the right time. The Blytheville Colts have a game here tonight. Jr. Pony Rams chalked up victory over Wings yesterday afternoon at Pony League. Park. Rams pounded 17 hits, including a home run by Kent Haynes in registering their second league triumph. The loss was the second for the Wings. Danny Gardner hurled a four- hitter to gain the win. Danny Beck was the Ram catcher. Dale Stewart and Wayne Krech divided pitching chores for Wings with Steward getting the loss. Steve Franks was behind the bat. Owls are to meet the Bears this afternoon at 5. A doubleheader is slated for Saturday night at Light Brigade Field, Eagles battling Wings at 6 o'clock and Rams Bears at 3:15. meeting Little MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS St. Louis NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. 34 21 .618 — .604 1 .577 2'/2 .577 2'A .537 4Vi .464 8'« .460 8M. .449 9 .370 12V4 32 21 30 22 30 22 29 25 26 30 23 27 22 27 17 29 16 35 .314 16 Thursday's Results Atlanta S, New York 4 Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2 San Francisco 3, Houston 1, 11 innings Los Angeles at Chicago, rain Today's Games Los Angeles at San Francisco, N Cincinnati at New York, N St. Louis at Philadelphia, N Chicago at Houston, N Atlanta at Pittsburgh, N Saturday's Games Cincinnati at New York, 2, twi-night St. Louis at Philadelphia, N Atlanta at Pittsburgh Los Angeles at San Francisco Chicago at Houston, N TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pct.G.B. Arnarillo .. Albu'que .. ARKANSAS El Paso ... Austin Dal-FW 33 21 30 24 29 25 25 28 23 30 21 33 .611 .556 .537 .472 .434 .389 12 Thursday's Results Albuquerque 2, Dallas - Fort Worth 1 Austin 5, El ?aso 2 ARKANSAS 7, Amarillo 5, 12 innings Today's Games Albuquerque at Amarillo Austin at Dallas-Fort Worth El Paso at ARKANSAS PACIFIC COAST Vancouver 2, Tacoma 1 Seattle 4-3, Denver 3-4 San Diego 7, Spokane 2 Indianapolis 3, Hawaii 1 Phoo.nix 5, Oklahoma City 4, 10 innings Tulsa U, Portland 5 INTERN ATIONAL Richmond 5, Buffalo 3 Toronto 5, Jacksonville 2 Columbus at Rochester, rain Toledo at Syracuse, rain AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore ... 34 19 .642 Cleveland ... 31 18 .633 1 Detroit 31 19 .620 1V4 Ihicago 25 24 .510 7 lalifornia .. 26 26 .500 7% Minnesota ... 23 26 .469 9 New York ..22 26 .458 9'/4 Washington . 23 32 .418 12 Kansas City . 19 30 .388 13 Boston 19 33 .365 14% Thursday's Results Minnesota 9, Kansas City 4 Detroit 9, Boston 1 Baltimore 8-4, Washington 7-2 Only games scheduled Today's Games New York at Detroit, N Washington at Cleveland, N Minnesota at Chicago, N Kansas City at California, N. Boston at Baltimore, N Saturday's Games Kansas City at California, N Minnesota at Chicago, N New York at Detroit Washington at Cleveland, twilight Boston at Baltimore, N Kiwanis won its first game of the Blytheville Little League season last night, 9-8 over North 61. The boys had to rally and then they wrapped it up neatly in the fourth with six runs. Rotary nipped Ark-Mo 3-2. Parrish was the winning pitcher, Robinson the loser. Crocker cracked two hits for Kiwanis. Koonce, Bennett, Hendrix and Abbott had two hits each for the losers. Beard was Rotary's winning pitcher. Baguley lost it. Down 2-1 in the last inning,. Rotary grabbed the win with a walk, two singles and alert base running. Rotary won 1-0 over Jaycees the night before. Tonight's log: Lions vs. Legion; and Jaycees vs. Zenite, MIDGET Falcons trounced Jaguars 11-4 last night in a YMCA .Midget League game at Midget Park. Winners touched off the fireworks in the first inning, scoring two runs, then added four in the third before Jaguars were able to tally. The latter scored a lone marker in the upper fourth but Falcons stormed back for four in the bottom half, carrying a 10-1 lead into the fifth. Wil Scoring 11 runs in the thin; inning,. Roosters downed Redskins 11-0 in YMCA Fee-Wee League last night, at Midget Park. Except for the one inning, il was a good defensive contest both teams turning in some sharp fielding. Redskins' only threat in the third was erased on a Rooster double play. 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Copyright 1966 •lick*r ih» Nth — Batter th* Day far FiihlHf -Mil* LeXy bit-wild, It, otudint at G«ne!l High, ihftwtog hit lwrs» Merry Boy's butty hire last niftht In the teritiei.ee Walking Horie Show, won first plac* n the ^leisure class. In the samt class, Miss bob- AT J'BORO Casons Gun 'Em JONESBOR6 - Blytheville's Dud Casone uncorked 18 hits here yesterday afternoon in whipping Jonesboro 194 in an American Legion baseball battle. The triumph gave Dwight Williams' group a 9-0 record. Bruce Bateman and Bobby George handled the pitching for the Casons. George booked his second triumph with a good piece of relief work from the third inning on. * * * Ronnie Yarbrough, Blytheville first baseman, blasted four hits. Ronnie Beard had three, including a triple. Sam Singleton also had three safeties. On* of Jimmy Wagner's two hit* was a grand-slam homer in third. Blytheville didn't fall back after that. Bateman knocked a double and single; Stan V.'illiams produced two singles; John Blair tripled and Lee Forrester singled. * * * Both teams had a difficult time fielding the ball on the rather rough turf. The Blytheville skipper said he was impressed with George's fireman work. "It'll probably be /(Eddie) Carner and (Jerry) McLaughlin for us on the hill tonight," Williams said. The opponent in Blytheville is West Memphis in a 5:30 twi-night doubleheader. Court Stalls MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin Sufirerne COurt justices have ticked and prodded at the keystone of the Stale's antitrust case against baseball and waited for another day to decide whether it should come tumb- ing down. The high c6urt Is expected to rule in early July on the National League's appeal of a circuit court decision finding the game n violation Of Wisconsin anti- .rust law for stripping Milwau- jee of its only : major league team. The court heard the appeal Thursday. College Series Today USC Is No. 1 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - When, Southern Cal has four and Min- he 20th annual NCAA college world series opens in Omaha Monday, two conferences that are bitter rivals will put the N'o. 1 and No. 2 rated teams on he field. In the No. 1 spot in the final egular season ratings of the newspaper, College Baseball, was Southern California of the Western Conference. In the No spot was Ohio State of the Big 10. ..•-•-. * * * Still on the oddity side, the onferences have the same 1 and 2 rating in number of titles won by individual schools. nestoa of the Big 10 has three. Only once have teams from the two conferences met in a series title game and that went to the Big 10 as Minnesota beat Southern Cal 2-1 ia 1960. * * * Southern Cal and Ohio State are both in the same bracket this year and open play Mon. day night against highly regarded opponents. Southern Cal meets North Carolina, the team that ousted Florida State, then rated No. 2 in district play, thus enabling Ohio State to move up in the rankings. 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