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K FOR MRS. DUNLAP IN TRANS-MISSISSIPPI Dot Germain in Championship Flight The View from Here ED HAYES * * * » FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Mrs. J. J. Freeman Jr. of Little Rock and Mrs. McLoud Sicard of Fort Smith led Arkansas golfers in the Trans-Mississippi Women's Amateur tourna- They Miss Pruett IT HASN'T REACHED A ROLLING BOIL BUT THERE Is still hope on the campus at Arkansas State College that Rector's Allen Pruett will pitch in with the Indians. The reading public knows the basketball sharpshooter has : -. signed with Mississippi State. Even the non-reading public - knows it by now. Should A-Slate shut off hope? Well, the Indians are free .Vto hope and pray but Jesse Bucy says: "It won't do 'em ...any good." --. ***... Bucy has, been coach at Rector the past dozen years and •; Pruett's probably the reason he's stayed around the last -six or so. .: • However, even with Pruett gone now, Bucy plans to stay on. "A man talked to me just the other day about .leaving but I told him I was just like an ole tree planted over there now." Bucy, the wise ole oak, was in Blytheville Sunday with his American Legion baseball squadron. Rector lost. Bucy had a good alibi. All the coaches who come into Light Brigade Field have handy a set of excuses. ; But Bucy had the best of all: Pruett wasn't there. * * * "^ Bucy said: "We would've had a fine (baseball) team --this year if we could've kept Pruett. He's a fine pitcher, " a fine one." Allen is eligible but he was hired as a counselor at a "summer basketball camp in North Carolina, the only high ^school boy on the staff. Bucy could not fault the boy for I taking the post. "It's a good job," he said. "Mississippi .-.State got it for him. There was nothing under the table r about it. I "They have a league at night, so he'll be able to play r basketball all summer. Oh, yes, he's planning to come ? : back for the all-star game in August." :',. Pruett was named to the East all-star group over the : weekend in a move that was as surprising as including Win :..Rockefeller in a list of millionaires. Ole Pals To some, though, it was surprising that Coming's 6'4 Bob Black was named to the East all-star roster, although a college scout did tell me the boy could make it almost anywhere. "I hope Black does well," Bucy said, "but I don't know how he'll do down there against all those big boys. All I know is that he made it rough on us all year." It is surmised that Bucy, one of the all-star coaches, exerted some influence in getting the Corning kid on the select -roster. Black was the big rebounder in 2-A last winter. He would've been one of the better shooters in any league. * * * Bucy and Dwight Williams are pals from way back— from way back in Oak Grove. They both played professional baseball and they have both made marks as better than ment Monday. Each carded a 9-over-par on the Hardscrabble Country Club course. They and Dorothy Germain were the only three state golfers to make the championship flight in qualifying rounds. Miss Germain, of Blytheville, got the final spot in the flight when she made a 3-foot putt on the second hole of a sudden- death playoff with Suanne Wil- lis of Catoosa, Okla, and Lid Fee Matthews of Portsmouth Ohio. Each shot 83. Three former state champion had their difficulties. Lea Larson of Clarksville 1962 champion, missed the play off by one stroke. Mrs. Ann f iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiBiiiiniBMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiw COURIER NEWS f SPG MS TUESDAY, JUNE 14, I9M _ PAG» BIGHT Iiiiinniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiitiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiii Buhl, Jackson Win Old Phils (ut Up PHILADELPHIA (AP)-One night last April Bobby Bragan stood behind the batting cage before a game against the Phil* delphia Phillies and observed: "That John Quinn never sits still.' Bragan, the manager of the Atlanta Braves, had just hear< about the deal in which the Phillies obtained pitchers Bob Buhl and Larry Jackson from the Chicago Cubs for three players. "That might just give them the pennant," Bragan mumbled. Monday night, those words came back to haunt Bragan as Sis Braves bumped against the Phillies in an twi-night double- leader. The Phillies won both ;ames, 6-2 and 6-4 The winning pitchers: Jackson and Buhl. Quinn, the Phillies' general manager, sat in his private box ooking like the cat who ate the canary. year. In 11 major league seasons he's averaged 11 homers and 66 RBI while batting .309. This season is just slightly more than one-third gone, and he's rapidly approaching those figures as well as hitting .330, the second best average in the league. * * + His latest effort was a dramatic, performance. McCool had just relieved starter Joey Jay in the eighth inning, coming on .. , , , . . . lllC Clglltll JJ.111111CJ, V.U11L111£ \Jlt He has been accused of start- with t men aboard and the ng a home for aged with Jack on, 35; Buhl, 37; Ray Herbert 6, and just Sunday added Ole Pals JESSE BUCY . . . DWIGHT WILLIAMS average baseball and basketball coaches. Bucy and the Blytheville coach ended up on the same semipro baseball team at Holcomb, Mo. "Dwight and I were two-thirds of the outfield," Jesse said. "That was the best team I ever played on, Including professional. Our pitchers were Mark Freeman and Dave Sisler." Jesse swung the conversation back to Pruett. Which is not difficult. "Pruett's made up his mind. He's.going to Mississippi State." Far as Jesse Bucy was concerned, that ended the matter. . Maybe the Arkansas State people will accept the coach's word as final, and ease up the pressure, but has anyone given a thought to all those basketball nuts over there in North Carolina? Che summer is long. Roebuck, 37. Jim Bunning is a lively 34. Looking at the standing: which show the Phillies in the thick of the National Leagui pennant race, Quinn is quiti happy with his aged pitchers. HIRE'S THE PITCH: 'COMl OUT AND By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Now that National League pitchers have turned Donn Clendenon's power off, they've turned Roberto Clemenle's on. And it's proved a shocking experience for them. Billy McCool Was the latest victim of the Clemente explosion as the Pittsburgh star lashed a three-run .homer that gave the Pirates a 5-4 victory over Cincinnati Monday night. The homer was the ninth for the flashy right fielder this season, just one short of his total last year, and the runs batted in gave him 36 for the season, fifth best in the league and more than half as many as the 65 he had in 1965. * + * Why the sudden power surge for Clemente who has built three batting championships on bits that stay inside the park? "Clendenon isn't like he wa last year," the 31-year-old Puerto Rican explained after helping the Reds to their 14th loss in 18 games. "If he comes back j again, I'll start punching the ball again. But I've been taking a good cut and swinging hard." Clendenon was the Pirates' second leading slugger last year but has gotten off to a slow start with only four homers and 22 runs driven in. Clemente, meanwhile, is ^headed for his best slugging GIT IT' AL Batters Grumbling By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Minnie Rojas' "come out and get it" pitch has. American League hitters biting off more then they can chew. The rookie California pitcher, Who has been accused of showing up Stu Miller as a speed- merchant, blanked Chicago for six innings Monday night as the Angels salvaged a doubleheader split by edging the White Sox 21. Rojas has started two games and won both since his call-up from the Angels' Seattle farm club last month while compiling a sharp 1.33 earned run average in seven appearances over-all. He also has alienated opposing hitters with his teasing delivery. "He's got three pitches — tlower and 'come out and get it,' " one frustrated slugger has said of the 27-year-old right- hander, whom the Angels purchased from a Mexican League club earlier in the year for the bargain price of $2,500. "How can he expect to pitch up here with junk like that," muttered another hitter recently after a losing battle with Rojas' change-up. The White Sox, who had won the rain-delayed first game 5-1, reached Bojsa for only four hits and Minnesota divided a twi- night twin bill with Kafsas City, dropping the opener 5-2 before rebounding in the second game 6-1. The Boston-Cleveland gam was rained out. Frank Malzone gave Rojas a 1-0 lead with a fifth-inning horn er, then singled in the ninth and Reds leading 4-2. McCool worked the count to 12 before Clemente, a right-handed batter, drove the ball into the upper right field stands. Elsewhere in the NL, San Francisco crushed Chicago 8-0, Houston trimmed os Angeles 96 in 11 innings, Philadelphia swept Atlanta 6-2 and 6-4 and New York defeated St. Louis 52 before bowing 4-1. Before Clemente's homer, the Reds had built their 4-2 lead on Vada Pinson's three-run homer in the fourth inning and his run- scoring single in the fifth. Gaylord Perry, making his first start in 17 days, allowed the Cubs only three hits in seven innings. He was supported by San Francisco's six-run third, three of the run coming on 01- lie Brown's double. * * + Joe Morgan tripled across two runs and scored on Sonny Jackson's single in the llth inning for Houston's triumph over Los Angeles. The Astros had exploded for six runs in the eighth inning, three on Felix Mantilla's lomer, and a 6-4 lead, but the Dodgers tied it on Tommy Davis' homer an Willie Davis' run-producing single. | Larry Jackson pitched a four- hitter in Philadelphia's opening- ;ame victory over Atlanta. Clay Dalrymple sparked the Phillies attack with a homer and a single, driving in three runs. Jack Phillies Brandt in the triggered the second game, and no runs until the seventh scored on Bobby Knoop's triple. inning. Then, after making J. C. Martin his sixth strikeout victim, Rojas gave up a single to Sox newcomer Jerry Adair, hit Floyd Robinson witb a pitch and walked Smoky Burgess, filling the bases. * Bob Lee then replaced Rojas and got out of the jam when left fielder Willie Smith grabbed John Romano's liner and doubled Adair at the plate with a rifle throw. Elsewhere, Frank Robinson's three-run homer and a two-run shot by Brooks Robinson led Baltimore past New York 14, Detroit nipped Washington 4-3 That run proved winner when the to be White the Sox scored in the last of the ninth. Jack Lama be stopped the Angels on five hits in the first game, running his record to 4-2, while Don Buford led the Chicago attack with a run-scoring single and three-run double. The victory ended a five-game losing string for the White Sox. Buford collected five hits in the doubleheader and Adair, traded to the Sox from Baltimore Sunday for reliever Eddie Fisher, had four. Baltimore's rampaging Robinsons powered the Orioles to their 13th victory in the last It lifting a homer in the third and tripling across the first run in a 'ive-run fifth. Rich Allen added a two-run double in the fifth. » * » Bob Taylor backed Bob lhaw's five-hit, New York Met lebut with a three-run homer in he sixth inning. Bill Murphy also homered for the Mets. St. Louis, won the nightcap, getting two singles and a triple rom Lou Brock, who also stole wo bases and scored twice. Three Cardinal pitchers scat- ered seven hits, including Ken Boyer's homer. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiitiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii Major ir's iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiHiniaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit MONDAY'S STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING-Jack Lamabe, Chicago, pitched a five-hitter as the White Sox defeated California 5-1 in the opener of a doubleheader. BATTING-Frank Malzone, California, homered in the fifth inning and singled and scored in the ninth as the Angels edged the White Sox 2-1 in the second game of the doubleheader. Gookin of Pine Bluff, 1960 state leader, carded an 89 and Mrs. Jim Wellons, winner in 1963 had an 88. Nedra Dumas of North Little Rock missed the playoff by one stroke. Mrt. Dale Dunlap of Blytheville carded an 86. Only three others broke 90 Sharon Flippin of Fort Smith and Martha Caldwell of Jonesboro, each 88, and Mrs. Eddell Wortz of Fort Smith, 89. Other Arkansas scores: Mrs. Charles Conway, Fort Smith 92; Mrs. Carle Robbins, Fort Smith, 93; Marge Hale, Blytheville, 92; Mrs. John Kirkley, Jonesboro. 94; Mrs. Jack Fryer, Little Rock, 96; Mrs. R. E. Glasscock, Pine Bluff, 96; Mrs. Ned Stewart, Texarkana, 99; Julie Yantis, Fort Smith, 99. Mrs. Elinor Smith, Fort Smith, 100; Mrs. Ray Ivey, Little Rock, 102; Mrs. Karl Wilard, Fort Smith, 102; Mrs. Colier Wenderoth, Fort Smith, 103; Mrs. Jack Poe, North Litle Rock, 105; Mrs. James Ward Fort Smith, 104; and Mrs. W. A. HeffeUinger, North Little Rock, 106. FORT SMITH. Ark. (AP) - A rusty putter, strong play off the tees and three practice rounds over a tough course have paid off for Mrs. Donna Gilliam of Whittier. Calif. The wife of a Pasadena golf pro needed only 25 putts Monday while shooting a 71 to take medalist honors in the 36th mat TransdMississippi Women's Golf Tournament. She led the top 32 scorers Into oday's first round of match ilay in the championship flight, meeting Miss Kathleen Ahern f Dallas, Tex. Miss Dorothy Germain of Blytheville, Ark., closed out the hampionship flight, getting in ifter a playoff. "This is a beautiful course, ml it's pretty tough" Mrs. Gil:am said after firing her one- under-par on the 6,300-yard Hardscrabble Country Club course. "It shots really takes precision here and I missed only "Cowpoke" WESTERN SHOP SEE US ... For Nocona Boots, Saddles, Tack, Grooming Supplies. & Clothing, Driftwood Arrangement! Sale South of Blytheville on Hwy. 61 BE SAFE LET US PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS PURS AND WOOLENS IN OUR BONDED STORAGE VAULTS. BESTWAY Laundry Cleaners PICK-UP A DELIVERY •2408 2012 games while Jim Palmer and reliever Eddie Watt shackled :he Yankees on three hits, •'rank Robinson (mashed his 16th homer in the third inning off loser Al Downing and Brooks Robinson hit No. 10 in the seventh off Pedro Ramo*. | EUBANKS Flooring Co. 815 N. 6th PO 3-6092 • Lees Carpet • Armstrong Linoleum • Kentile Tile • Formica Cabinet Tops • Ozite Outdoor Carpet • Viking Kitchen Carpet • Stylon Ceramic Tile Open Thurs. Evenings Til 8 P.M. Carload Purchase! FOAM RUBBER ..$7.50 $182.50 Mattress Siz« ... Assorted Sizes ... Complete Auto Upholstery GILBERT'S 600 E. Main —PO 3-6742 one fairway, the 16th" she said. Mrs. Gilliam birdied the sixth and 10th with short putts and had a 25-foot birdie putt on No. IS. * * * Miss Germain won the 32nd spot in the championship flight when she tapped in a three-foot putt on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff with Lida Fee Matthews of Portsmouth, Ohio, and Suanne Willis of Caopoosa. Okla. Each shot 83, Mrs. James Clay, the 1965 Atlantan Ga., women's champion, was second in qualifying with a 75. Mrs. Syms, seeking her third major title of t:e year, is regarded as the favorite In the :ournament. She won the North and South and Women's Southern Amateurs this year. Only nine other golfers in th field of 112 managed to break 8 as rain fell on the course mos of the morning and temper atures soared into the mid 80 most of the afternoon. The qualifying round was dis appointment for Mrs. Electr, Soneiger of Anchorage, four ;ime Alaska state champion She came here 10 days ago tc ;et accustomed to the climate )ut missed the 83 cutoff by twi shots. ISTH PRO SfASON Fred Williams Signs WASHINGTON (AP 1 - The oldest defensive tackle in number of years service in the National Football League, former University of Arkansas athlete Fred Williams, has signed his 1966 contract with the Washing- ton Redskins. Williams, 36, a native of lit- tie Rock, will be playing his 15th season. 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