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Ft om the County Pick 4 Stars Four football players from Mississippi County have been '' named to the 1966 East All-Star high school squad. The East-West game is to be played in August at War Memorial in Little Rock. There are two Osceolans in the select group: guard Bob Poynor, 5'10, 185, and back Frank Richardson, 6'0, 205. They were coached by Howard Cissell. Cissell is a member of the all-star staff this year, along with Sam Cook of DeWitt, Mike Malham of LR Catholic, Bill Humphrey of Parkin and head coach Ken Stephens of North Little Rock. * * * Other Missco players picked were center Carl Robinson of Wilson, 6'4, 220, coached by Bill Reed; and Shawnee's high- scoring halfback Peyton Speck, 6'1, 170, coached by Bill '.' Welch. Lynn Welker of Leachville was previously picked on the East 'basketball roster. MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE San Fran. . Pittsburgh . Los Angeles Philadel. ... Houston — Sf. Louis ... Atlanta .... ..Cincinnati .. New York .. Chicago 40 35 35 35 33 28 29 26 , 24 18 .635 .583 .574 .565 .541 .475 .446 .433 .421 .310 6 10 12 12',4 13 19V4 1 Friday's Results Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 5 New York 6-2, Cincinnati 5-1 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 2 San Francises 4, Los Angeles Only games scheduled .: Today's Games Pittsburgh at Atlanta, N New York at Cincinnati Houston at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis, N San Francisco at Los Angeles, U Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at Atlanta New York at Cincinnati, 2 Philadelpia at St. Louis. 2 San Francisco at Los Angeles Houston at Chicago, 2 Monday's Games . New York at St. Louis, N Philadelphia at Atlanta, N Los Angeles at Houston, N Only games scheduled MINORS- TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Amarillo ... 37 25 .597 ARKANSAS . 33 29 .532 4 Albuquerque 32 30 .516 & El Paso 31 30 .508 5% Austin 26 35 .426 10\i Dal-FW .... 26 36 .419 11 Friday's Results Amarillo 3, ARKANSAS 2 Austin 8, Albuquerque 6 El Paso 9, Dallas-Fort Worth 4 Today's Games Amarillo at ARKANSAS Austin at Albuquerque Dallas-Fort Worth at El Paso AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore .. 40 21 .656 Cleveland 36 21 .632 2 Detroit ... 36 23 .610 3 California 33 29 .532 7!i Chicago .. 29 30 .492 10 Minnesota 28 31 .475 11. New York 26 31 .456 12 Washington . 26 37 .413 15 Kansas City . 23 36 .390 16 Boston 21 39 .350 18V4 Friday's Results Chicago 3. Minnesota 1 Washington 5, Cleveland 4, 11 innings California 4, Kansas City 2 New York 5, Detroit 2 Baltimore 5, Boston 3 Today's Games California at Kansas City, twilight Chicago at Minnesota Cleveland at Washington Detroit at New York Baltimore at Boston Sunday's Games California at ansas City, 2 Chicago at Minnesota Cleveland at Washington Detroit at New York Baltimore at Boston, 2 Monday's Games Minnesota at California, N Chicago at Kansas City, N Cleveland at Washington, N Only games scheduled INTERNATIONAL Syracuse 4-1, Columbus 0-3 Jacksonville 3-6, Buffalo 0-1 Toronto 2, Richmond 1 Rochester 7, Toledo 5 PACIFIC COAST Indianapolis 10, Denver 1 Spokane 3, Tacoma 1 Portland 6, Tulsa 1 Seattle 7, San Diego S Vancouver 6, Hawaii 5 Only games scheduled Emerson Wins .On Default LONDON (AP) - Australia's Roy Emerson won the London Tennis Championship for the fourth straight year today when fellow Aussie Tony Roche defaulted the final match because of an ankle injury. Roche, winner of the Italian and French titles, complained of an aching ankle earlier this week and also suffered from cold. But he kept going and appeared fit enough Friday when iiimMiiiiniiiiitti Osceola Game OSCEOLA—There's an independent baseball scuffle scheduled here tonight at 8 o'clock. Opponents are the young, free-swinging, hard-throwing, fast-running Osceola Indians and the high-powered Harvey's 66 from Jonesboro. Indians skinned Malone & Hyde of Memphis 24-7 Thursday night. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Meet Has Big Beef BOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) —The team title in the squabble-marked 45th annual NCAA Track and Field meet was up for grabs today after a costly ruling which deprived favored UCLA of apparent victory in the 120 high hurdles. As a result, darkhorse Brigham Young, already ahead with 22 points was the team to watch in the 13-final windup at Indian University. Two NCAA records were bettered and one tied, while four individual champions were session. In one of the three unusual penalties, UCLA's Ron Copeland was disqualified as 120-high-hur- die winner when three judges charged he trailed a leg below the plane of the hurdle. First place was awarded to Arizona's Dale Frederick with a 13.7 clocking compared with Copeland's 13.6. The rare infraction meant that that Copeland dipped his trailing leg around the corner of several hurdles which is illegel. UCLA Coach Jim Bush bitterly protested to the meet Games Committee, contending he had never seen such a call, which cost the Bruins 10 points for the canceled first place. Until that ruling as darkneess fell on the field, Bush was highly optimistic over UCLA's chances to dethrone co-champions Southern California and Oregon. ARKANSAS EDGED 3-2 Travelers Protest LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP)- 1 Doug Rader's single to center drove in J. C. Hartaan with the winning run in the fifth inning tonight as Amarillo edged Arkansas 3-2 in a protested game. The score was tied 2-2 when Hartman, who got four hits for the night, singled and when Art Deras in left fumbled the ball, went on to second. He moved to third on Rader's fly and scored on Leo Posado's double. Amarillo took a 2-0 lead in the third inning. Ed Pacheco doubled, moved to third on Hartman's second straight bunt hit and scored when losing pitcher Frank Montogmery uncorked a wild pitch. Hartman went to second on the wild pitch and to third on Montgomery's balk. He scored on Rader's single. * » * Arkansas got two in its half of the third when Deras walked, went to third on Roy Majtyka' double and scored when the relay from the outfield got away from Pacheco, with Majtyka taking third. Majtyka scored on Steve Huntz' double. The game was played under protest from the second inning, Manager Vernon Rapp of Ark ansas claiming he lost a run through an umpire's decision. Joe Patterson led off thee inning with a walk, went to third on a single by Bart Zeller. While he was on third, Paul Doyle, starting Amarillo pitch er, threw a wild pitch with Pat' erson apparently scoring. But loss, falling to Austin 8-6 and El Paso won its fourth straight, tumbling Dallas-Fort Worth 94. They pulled within a half- game of Albuquerque. Four Albuquerque errors gave Austin three unearned runs and the Braves won despite two homers by the Dodge Ray Youngdahl that drove in three runs. * * * Mickey Dobbins tripled with the bases full in the seventh, that broke up a tie game and El Paso went on to its triumph over Dallas-Fort Worth. Amarillo again is at Arkansas, Austin at Albuquerque and Dallas-Fort Worth at El Paso tonight. he trounced Marty Riessen, the) the umpire ruled a Ohotograph- American Davis Cupper from " Evanston, 111., 6-2, 6-1 in the semifinals. Emerson had advanced with a 6-4, 6-8, 6-4 victory over Dennis Ralston, the No. 1 American from Bakersfield, Calif. er interfered with the ball and he made Patterson go back to third. Montgomery fanned to end the inning. * * •* Elsewhere, third place Albuquerque took its fourth straight Amarillo Arkansas 002 010 000-3 7 002 000 000-2 10 Doyle, Dutt (5) and Hoffman; Montgomery, Roque (5), Granger (6) and Zeller. W-Dutt, 43. L—Montgomery, 5-8. Little Kiwanis was stopped 10-0 In four innings; and Jaycees squeezed North 61 5-4 In Blytheville Little League last night. The Kiwanis kids could only get one hit in their attack as Ark-Mo rolled in the short contest. Ark-Mo showed only four hits but four walks and four errors meant trouble for Kiwanis. Baguley was the winning pitcher, Beavers the loser. Parrish for Kiwanis and Crigger for Ark-Mo pitched in relief. Ross had two hits for the winners who scored six runs in the second inning. North 61's attack was spearheaded by Abbott who pounded two home runs and a single. A single by J. Davis and back-to- back doubles by Tolley and Walters helped produce three runs for the Jaycees in the Jaycees in the fourth. North 61 tallied one run in vain in the sixth on two hits. Edwards was the winning pitcher, Tolley working in relief Robinson lost it. Abbott relieved. Here are the standings as of last night: NATIONAL Jaycees Randall ............... 8 3 North 61 ............. 2 4 Lions ............. ... 0 6 AMERICAN « 9 4 2 Rotary Ark-Mo Legion . Kiwanis MIDGET Burdette had two big innings last night and took home a 6-2 win over Hawks in YMCA Midget Park last night. Winners cashed three hits for three runs in the second, and might have gone home at that point. Hawks made a lone hit count for a run in the upper fourth, but Burdette put it out of reach hi the bottom of the 5th three runs on a couple of safeties. Hawks budding rally in the upper sixth was erased after one run had scored. Next league game between Jaguars and Orioles is Monday night. PEE WEE Scoring all their runs in the late innings, Roosters downed Warriors 6-0 yesterday afternoon at Midget Park in YMCA Pee Wee League. The game was scoreless until the third when Roosters tallied three runs on as many hits. They duplicated in the fourth to complete the scoring. Warriors posed their most serious threat in the first frame when they loaded the bases with only one out but could not score. Again in the fourth they got two men aboard but both were caught stealing. Hornets and jets are to play the next Pee Wee League game Monday night at 6:30. Trans-Mississippi Coeds in the Final By ED SHEARER FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Two of the nation's finest young amateur golfers were to collide today in a 36-hole test of finesse and stamina with a possible Curtis Cup berfii awaiting the winner. Robert Albers and Peggy Conley, a pair of 19-year-old college sophomores, were matched over the demanding 6-300-yard, par 72 Hardscrabble County Club course in the final of the 36th annual Trans-Mississippi Women's Amateur Golf Tournament. Miss Albers of Miami Beach Fla., reached the final with a 6 STATE AMATEUR GOLf Jr. Gee Trails by Four EL DORADO — E. B. Jr. of Blytheville ' rose to 145 here yesterday in the state amateur golf title but was still very much in contention. Charles Lewis HI of Little Rock, one of the favorites, took a two-stroke lead in yes- tenby's second round. His 141 total is on« L«rti birdied four holes on the front nine, making the turn three under par, but was two «* back nine for « 70. His Ml total 11 ^Tbehtad Lewi* it 1« are two ottier Little Rock golfen, Tom Raney and Walter Daniel* Ibt "first d*y tote. D™* *•* a 73 and Raney a 70 in the second round. * * *. Others still) in contention for the 1966 state title are: At 144, Sam Spikes of Little Rock, Sug Wilson of Hot Springs and Bill Hall of Camden; at 145, Gee and Don White of Sparkman; at 146, Willis Walking of Conway, and at 147, Harry Lewis of El Dorado and David McCauley of Pine Bluff. • Last year's champino, Tommy Stobaugh of Pine Bluff, was forced to miss the tournament because of illness. Cliff Shaw of Little Rock took a 10-strofca lead in the seniors flight with a 146. Thi (ourumtat is it <ad Sunday. and 5 victory over Mrs. Lew Gilliam of Whittier, Calif., Fridy on the heels of her 1-up triumph in 19 holes Thursday over previously unbeaten Mrs Nancy Roth Syms of Hollywood; Fla. Miss Conley, the. younges! U.S. Curtis Cup player in histo ry, withstood a great comeback effort by Jeanie Butler of Harlingen, Tex., and moved into the finals with a 3 and 1 victory. Miss Conley was only 16 years old when she was selected for Hie Curtis Cup team in 1964 Miss Albers was only 15 years old in 1962 when she became the youngest player ever selected as a Curtis Cup team alternate. * * * The Curtis Cup Selection Committee meets next week to determine the-U. S. team which will face Great Britain later this year in the biennial matches. Miss Conley, who had trouble putting on the back side after taking a 5-up lead at the turn, worked on the practice greens until darkness sent her in for the night. Miss Albers had a near perfect round Friday. Her game was great from tee to green. Wben she missed her approach shot she sank long birdie putts — otherwise her approaches were great, leaving her only abort putt* for pars or birdies. STUNG LEGION STINGS HELENA Casons Go Again STAN WILLIAMS Stocks Sum/ay Racer Hurt At Osceola OSCEOLA — An unidentified stock car driver was injured at Cottonwood Raceway last night and had to be taken to a hospital. There was no late report on riis condition. In another spetacular Class C display, a car jumped the fence, did a flip, landed sunnyside up in the pit, and then drove right back on the track to continue racing. * * * Buford Ward of Memphis won the Class C feature and Jim Hall of E. Prairie, Mo., took the top prize in the Class A feature. Hooker Hood of Memphis, who had taken the trophy dash in Class A, had a lot of trouble in the big race. Buford won the Class C trophy dash. No. 701 .from Memphis won first place in the Class slow heat. Topping the field in the Class A slow heat was Ralph Cotner of Memphis. It was Buford Ward at the front of the pack again in the Class C fast heat. And it was Hooker cruising at the lead in the Class A fast heat. Hall, in his super-modified No. !, set a track record in time trials, touring the oval in 15.5. The old record—15.8—had been shared by Hood ad Bobby Ward. Red Gill, manager of Cottonwood, handled the microphone last night and did a rib-tickling job. * * * There is stock'car racing Sunday night at Blythcville Speedway, time trials at 6:30, races at 8. * * ' * Hooker's trouble in the feature was centered on the safety pin of the right tire which broke. Thus, he had no control. In other words, when he turned left, his right wheel would turn right. You can't race like that. Right, Hooker? These Orioles Best—Bauer BOSTON (AP) - Hank Bauer figures the current edition of the Baltimore Orioles is the best offensive club in his three years as manager, and it's no secret that the wrecking tandem el Frank and Brooks Robinson is the big reason. The R&R slugging twins zeroed in on Fenway Park's chummy left field and crackec homers accounting for all Baltimore runs Friday night as the American League leaders feated the Red Sox 5-3. 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. SEAT COVERS 500 SETS $10 to $30 CLEAR PLASTIC 70 SETS $20 INIIALLID GILBERT'S 800 E. Main — PO 3-6742 By ED HAYES Sports Editor Stung by their first loss of the American Legion baseball season Thursday at Corning, Blytheville's Dud Casons did some stinging of their own last night at Light Brigade Field. The Casons gave Helena a double lickisg in a twi- night event, 10-3 and 3-2. "I guess the loss didn't do us any harm," skipper Dwight Williams offered. * * * Eddie Garner, who hit a home run and then kind of apologized for it, was the winning pitcher in the opener. Jerry McLaughlin, who almost defeated himself with a bad throw to first, was the conqueror in the nighty, striking out 12 visitors in seven innings. Both battles were seven- Inning jobs. Carner said that running the bases after the home run "kind of embarrassed COURIER NEWS j SATORDAY. JUNE IS, ISM j PACE six | iiiNiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiriniDiiiiiiritiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii They're Off! (Feuds 'n All) LE MANS, France (AP) — The Le Mans 24-hour automobile race started today following a series of last-minute feuds. Ford, challenging the dominance of Ferrari, was back in the line-up after threatening to withdraw its entire list of entries over the disqualificaion of one of is drivers. And Ferrari went into the race without its No. 1 driver, John Surtees, who bolted the team when a third man was named to the combination for his car. Surtees was angry because he believed the addition of a third driver was an insinuation by Ferrari that he could not complete the gruelling 24-hours. Surtees resumed racing this spring after a serious accident in Canada last fall. me." Garner's crack (with the bat) was just one of 11 hits that the Blytheville team uncorked. Ronnie Yarbrough, back on first base after a night off, blasted two doubles. Jimmy Wagner socked a double and single and Ronnie Beard continued his ripping with a twobagger. The club racked five hits (n the first inning and that was it. * * * Helena was a lot tougher in the night game. It was a battle of southpaws. George Taylor, Helena's lefty, had a good moving fast' ball. Helena coach Richard Christian said: "I've been trying to get him to pitch for me for three years." It appears he has arrived this year. He yielded four hits, a bunt single to Me- Laughlin, singles by Yarbrough and Bobby George and a home run to Stan Williams. Stan's drive arrived in the first inning to tie the score 1-1, Taylor lost control in the second and forced in a run. The Casons nailed down the winning tally in the fourth when Searcy Mears scrambled across the plate after a wild pitch. An error and George's blooper to left- center set the winning ecene. * * * Blytheville nas two games here Sunday afternoon against Pocahontas. Post time is 1:30. The Casons' record is now 15-1. Helena shows 8-6. FIRST CAMB Helena . 000 102 0 .. 3 > I Blth'vill. .. 510 310 x.. 10113 Helens — Tetrsl M<! DuVM. Blvthevllle — Garner; Slnsle- ton and Harper. Umpires: Jimmy Gee and Bay Smallrldje. SECOND GAME Helena ... 100 100 0 .. 1 43 Blth'vllle .. 110 100 x .. 3 41 Helena — Taylor and DviKe. Blytnevllle — McLaueWin and Singleton. Umpires — Smalt- ridge and Gee. Scorer — Paul Human. Pepsi Gome at BAFB Bombed Pepsi-Cola's publicized softball battle with the Blytheville Air Force Base squad last night was called off. Scheduling difficulty was given as he reason. The Pepsi men recently won the first-half championship of the Kennett (Mo.) Softball League. 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She's looking for the many ways to entertain easier, cheaper and yet better than ever before possible. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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