Wyfliwffl* '(Art,}Courier K«wi -Safurtay, Junt 11, IMt- Pan fieri* MAJUK I 1 A< S I ANPIINK NATIONAL LEAGUE W> L. Pet. G.I Los AnpelftS 33 21 .611 San Francisco 34 22 .(07 Pittsburgh . 30 23 .586 2ft Philadelphia 30 23 ,56t 2ft Houston .... 30 25 ,543 Sft Atlanta 27 30 .474 7 St. LOuis ,,..24 27 .471 1 Cincinnati ... 22 21 ,440 9 New York ,..11 29 ,3*3 11 Chicago It 36 .30* it Friday's Results St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 4 Atlanta 8, Pittsburgh 1 New York 6, Cincinnati ft i Houston 1, Chicago 0, 14 in- 'nings • Los Antties 6, San Francisco 1 ' Today's Games Cincinnati at New York, twl- sight. ! St. Louis at Philadelphia, Bight. Atlanta at Pittsburgh. Los Angeles at San Francisco. . Chicago at Houston, night, Sunday's Games Cincinnati at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia Atlanta at Pittsburgh Los Angeles at San Francisco Chicago at Houston Monday's Garnet St. Louis at New York, t rwi Jight Atlanta at Philadelphia, t, fwi-night Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night Houston at Los Angeles, night Chicago at San Francisco AMERICAN LEAGUE W- L. Pet. «.B. Baltimore ... 35 19 .«4S — (ffcveland ... 32 18 .640 1 Detroit 32 19 .627 H4 Chicago .••.. 25 2& .SOO I California ... 26 27 .491 8ft Minnesota ... 24 2« .480 9 New York ... 22 27 .449 10* Washington . 23 33 .411 13 'iansas City . 20 30 .400 13 BflJton 19 34 .358 15tt Friday's Results Cleveland 2, Washington » Baltimore 9, Boston 2 Detroit «, New York 1 Minnesota 6, Chicago 1 Kansas City 3, California t Today's Games Kansas City at California, Bight. Minnesota at Chicago, night. New York at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland, Boston at Baltimore, nigM. Sunday's Games Kansas City at California Minnesota at Chicago New York at Detroit, J Washington at Cleveland Boston at Baltimore Monday's Games Minnesota at Kansas City 2, twi-night California at Chlcage 2, twi- Bight Washington at Detroit, night Boston at Cleveland, night New York at Baltimore, night IN STEP - Washington sec6nd baseman Bob Saverine Knows the steps, but it didn't help on this hard drive which Wound up in right Meld for • base hit. Stock Cor Woes Ward Departs MINORS— TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Amarillo .. 33 21 .611 - Albu'que .. 30 24 .556 S ARKANSAS . 29 26 .527 Vk El Paso .. 26 28 .481 7 Austin .... 23 31 .426 10 Dal-FW . .. 22 33 .400 lift Friday's Results Dallas-Fort Worth 7, Austin 1 El Paso 3, ARKANSAS 0 Albuquerque at Amarillo, postponed, rain Today's Games Albuquerque at Amarillo Austin at Dallas-Fort Worth : El Paso at ARKANSAS PACIFIC COAST Hawaii 7, Denver 5 Indianapolis 1-3, Portland 0-2 Oklahoma City 3, San Diego 2 Seattle 3, Vancouver 0 Spokane 5, Tacoma 4 Tulsa 6, Phoenix 5,10 Innings INTERNATIONAL Toledo 7-4, Rochester 4-S Buffalo 12, Jacksonville « Columbus 4, Syracuse 1 Toronto at Richmond, rain Travt' Strwk Stops at Four UTTLE ROCK (AP) -Arkansas' four-game Texas Lea- gut winning string ended Friday night as two El Paso pitchers checked tht Travtltr* on only five hits in a 1-0 Sun King triumph. El Paso scored twict in the second Inning and got another ia the third. Starter Chris Maneff got his fifth victory in W decisions, but only after Ramon Htrnan- dez got Billy Wolff to ground out with two down in tht Arkansas atven with tht base* loaded. In other Texai Leagut action pounded Austin 7-1 wMIt tht Albuquerque at Amarillo game OSCEOLA - Bobby Ward of CoAway dented the front end Of his super-modified Mee 2 at Cottonwood Raceway last night and has a bit of a repair job on his hands before he can compete tonight at Redfield. He also wants to hit the dirt at BIytheville Speedway Sunday night. The popular Ward hit a stalled car on the iSth lap of the Class A stock car feature, a 25-lap event, and had to leave the track. He was right behind Hooker Hood (No. 9) at the time. Hooker, from Memphis, won the main event, his first appearance on the track. He had quite a bit of trouble, but still had enough skill to take top prize. * * * Hooker, top prize man at BIytheville Speedway, indicated he planned to appear there Sunday night. Otto Scrape of BIytheville Is not planning to race Sunday. He said his car is due some minor repairs. Buford Ward of Memphis captured the checkered flag In the Class C feature. The 20-lapper was smooth all the way. Ward let vance Cook of Jonesboro lead for 10 laps before taking over for good. Ward won the six-lap Class C trophy dash, too. Bobby Ward grabbed the trophy in the Class A dash. Butch Burqest of England flipped over in this race. He was not hurt. * * * Joe Fisher won the Slow heat in Class C; and Jack Lamb Of Memphis drove to the front in the slow heat of Class A. this was a tough one fOr Bftnny Howard of Memphis in Flying 0. H« had a big lead all the way until the end when he spun out and he had to coast across the finish line. Ray Brown of BIytheville Air Force Base took first place in the Class C fast heat. ' Bobby Ward was winner In the fast heat of Class A, slowly moving up and finally setting the pace on the ninth lap. Hooker Hood managed to come in fifth. * * * Starting time (or the races Sunday at BIytheville is 8 o'clock. Time trials at 6:30. BRITISH AMATIUR GOLF 41 Americans KO'd By TOM REEDY CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) —Two Scots, a Frenchman and a South African played today for the 1966 British Amateur Golf championship and the question arose: what has happened to the Americans? + * * The trophy, first put up In 1881, once practically belonged to Americans, going back to the days of Bobby Jones and then on to Willie Turnesa, Frank Stranaban, Dick Chapman and Harvie Ward. But the last American to win it was Dick Davies of Pasadena Calif., and that was back In Lights Out! And then the light* went out. Randall Company was leading Courier Newa 2-1 in the bottom of the fourth on the Randall lot in the YMCA league last night when a .power failure halted tha action. Courier Newi players deny sabotage. The game has been rescheduled for Wednesday night. W2. Forty-one Americans entered this time and fell one by one to Carnoustie's 7,959-yard par 71 course. The victims included 50- year-old Bill Hyndman of Phila delphia and Bill Campbell, Huntington, W.Va., who was a British finalist in 1954. Campbell may have part «f file answer. He observed: "When our youngsters are any good, they turn professional. The rewards are very high." There may be something in that. The American contingent this time was studded with veterans ranging in age up to Hyndman's 50 and Truman Council's 49. These veterans are a sort of club which has grown up over the years. They keep coming back for their own pleasure, but that is not what wins major golf championships. JBU'i Los* KANSAS CITY (AP) - Richard Shipmsn and Ted Warkentin of McCalester, Mina., College- defeated Km Emanuelton and DOB Simpson of John Brown University 6-0, 6-1 Friday in the second round of doubles in tha NAIA ttnnis tournament. Tri-Co BAY-Blytheviil« Colls cooled Bay 7-6 in a Trl-County Senior Pony League game here last night. Mike Brothers, the winning pitcher, whacked a stand-up iouble in the extra, eighth inning to shoo In the winning run. He had homered <vit: none on in the fifth, The Colts art at home Monday night at 7:30. Opponent at Light Brigade Field is Manila. 3 from Blyth.ville Gals' Golf Monday FORT SMITH - tint BlythevUle women ire entered In the Trans-Mississippi Women's Amateur here. The ihMtm, who ire to qualify Monday, ire Miss Mir (try Hale, Mrs. Dile Dualap and collegian Dot Germain Pony In a game called at the end of «lx innings because of the 7 o'clock curfew, Bears and Jwls wound up in a 10-10 dead- ock yesterday afternoon at Federal Compreti Park. It was the third suspended game In a row for the Bears who have ret to register either a win or oss In league play. Rams record Is 1-1. Bears jumped to an 0-1 lead >ut Owls kept pecking away and 'inally took a 10-9 lead in the ifth. Bears came back with a ally In the bottom of the sixth o knot the score before umpire Fred Mitchell called the game. Tommie Tompkins and Ricky ieed worked On the mound for tears with Randy Johnson cat ching. Ray Boren and Ronnie llchardson shared mound dut- es for Rams. Richardson ant /arry Moore were the catchers A doubleheader is slated for jght Brigade Field tonight with Wings taking on Eagles at S md Rams meeting Bears at Little American Legion topped Lions -2; and Jaycees tipped Randall 5-1 in BIytheville Little ,eague last night on the Fedral Compress compound. Legion also beat the Lions In its 8-2. Peyton paced the wining attack with three hits. Bisher was th* winning pitch- r, Beaver the loser, both ticking around to the end. Bish- r fanned 13. Tolley, who won It for the aycees with a n«-hitter, struck ut 10. McCall was the olser Ithough he yielded only .three its. Monday's schedule: Rotary s. North 61; and Jaycees vs. ,/egion. The standings after wo weeks: NATIONAL aycees .............. t 1 !orth «1 ............ 2 2 :andall ...... . ........ 1 I Lions ................. 0 4 AMERICAN totary ................ 4 0 . Legion _____ . ...... J 1 rk.-Mo ............. 2 2 iiwanis ............... 1 3 if wee Scoring four runs In a big In- .ng Frogs were victorious in their first league contest 7-2 ver Wariors in YMCA Pee Wee eague yesterday afternoon. It was a come-from-behind in for the Froggies, as War- ors picked up their markers the first inning, and appeared have things going their way, ven after Frogs scored a single illy in the second. Six passes and a single prov- d the Warriors' undoing in the lird, when the losers' pitching ent sour. Neither team scored In the ilrd but Frogs added insur- nce with two runs in the fourth. Next league game Is Monday, ledsklni vi. Hornets. There was no report on Midget Leagu action Kit sight. By ED SHEARER Associated Press Writer FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Former champion Carol Soren Son and Mrs. Nancy Roth Syms, winner of two major titles this year, head the field of amateur golfers in the 36th annual Trans-Mississippi Women's Amateur which opens Monday. Miss SorenSbn, of Racine, Wis., won the tournament in 1M4. * * * Mrs. Syms, of Hollywood, Fit., has already swept the North and South and Women'i Southern amateurs and probably rank* as the favorite among the 144 golfers who tee 6ff Monday In the medal play qualifying round. Match play begins Tuesday over the 7,000-yard, par 72 Hardserabble Country Club course with the top M qualifiers entering the championship night. Each match will go 18 holes except for Saturday's finals, which be a Si-hole test. PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - ick Hall, IN, United States, utpointed Ulric Regis, 195, Tri- dad, 16. Pepsi Wins; Homer Decides Pitching Duel KENNETT-It was decided on a home run but it was strictly a pitcher's game. Lynn Gee hit the clincher as the leadoff man in the bottom of the ninth inning, giving Pepsi-Cola of BIytheville a 1-0 victory over Carnett Furniture in the Kmnett Softball Uagua last night. Gee'f Mart, wWeh eUartd the Itft-fltld fence, gave tha visitors a two-game bulge as lea- gufrlaadtrs. It via » tou|» way for Clayton Lightfoot to lost. He had allowed seven hit* in the extra-Inning scuffle, struck out eight and walked none. * * * Well, it would'v* been even tougher for Bill Sharp to lose. The BIytheville thrower permitted only two tntieU hits, struck out ttvtn and he, (00, yitldtd no walk*. Carnett almost won It in tht eighth with a hit off Sharp's lei a buat art arrer. Tbta M a drive to left, Chris RomansU cut down tha runner trying to score after the catch. It was a great throw and saved the game. Pepsi threatened It in tht eighth, too, with with runners on second and third, Lightfoot forced tot next two batten to Tht Ptpat nun have an t o'clock gamt Tuesday night against Kennett Bank on the Randy Erwin 5th CHICAGO (AP) - Arkansas State's Randy Erwin finished fifth in a preliminary of the 440-yard dash Friday at the NCAA College Division track and field meet. Erwin did not qualify fOr t6- day's finals, but Coach John Rose said he was clocked In 49.2. The fastest qualifying time was 47.2. About 40 women in the field of 144 have handicaps of six or less. Sharon Miller of Battle Creek, last year's champion, will not be back to defend her title. She recently joined the women's pro tour. However, last year's runner- up, Joyce Kazmierski of Detroit, Is in the field. She is the Midwest collegiate champion and finished second last year In tie National Collegiate and Midwest tournaments. Three former National Collegiate champions are entered —Miss Sorenson, Pattl Shook of Sagiaaw, Mich., and Roberta Albers of Miami Beach. * * * Peggy Conley, who as a 16- year-old placed second in the 1963 USGA Women's Amateur, Is another strong contender. The Spokane, Wash., golfer became the youngest player ever named to the U. S. Curtis Cup team In 1964. Among the top Arkansas golfers in the field are three former state champions—Mrs. Jim Wellons of Little Rock, Mrs. Anne Gookin of Pine Bluff and Mrs. J. J. Freeman, Jr., of Little Rock. They are among five Arkansans with handicaps less than six. The others are Dorothy Germain of BIytheville, who reached the quarterfinals in file 196S Western Amateur, and Sharon Flippin of Fort Simth. Go// Layout Tougher, Easier By BERSIE KENNEDY GRAND BLANC, Mich. (A) - Phil Rodgers thinks plans to toughen the Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club course might actually make golfing easier for the touring pros. Rodgers, Fred Marti and Jim Ferrier each fired two-under- par 70s Friday In tying for the first round lead In the $100,000 Bulck Open Golf Tournament on the 7,280-yard course, longest on the tour, The site of the ninth annual tourney has been criticized by some for being too much of a long hitter's course. The addi- tion of 33 fairway traps an*; a number of trees were the .'first moves t* change that Image. Rodgers, first round leader here in 1694 and winner of tha Dpral Open this season, said a corrected swing and a different approach to his putting has helped his game. He has earned at least $1,000 In each of eight tourneys since his Doral triumph. Ferrier. at 51 the oldest of-the co-leaders, toured the front nina in a three-under-par 33. He bo- gied three of the last four holes, however, two of them when;, he, three-putted. Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 807 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Pig Phon. PO 3-3361 Try before you buy! SKIDMORE PIANO CO. Rent! 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