The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1966 · Page 7
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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier Nm - Friday, June 24, 1M« - Pi«e 8*veij. Dot Wins Again at Columbus COLUMBUS, Ohio - Dot Germain Of Blyth«vill« won mother match in tht consolation flight of the Women'* Collegiate Golf Tournament here yesterday. She defeated an old acquatntnce, Jackie Fladoos from Iowa, on the 19th hole. Dot, 19, did some complaining about her game, but as a member of her family recently observed: "Dot it a per* feclionist." 'MAJOK 1 EAC5UL NOON SATURDAY BCC's 18 Ready Ian Fran. . Angelet Pittsburgh . louston ..., 'hiladel. ... it. Louis .. Cincinnati . Atlanta .... New York . Chicago The second nine holes of Blytheville Country Club's new 18-hole golf course is to open at noon tomorrow. "You won't find a course which is going to be as nice as this one will in communities this size," BCC pro Bob Boyd commented in announcing the opening of the new nine. "Of course, now we'll be open, but we still have a job to do in manicuring the course and making it really enjoyable to play. + * + "Our aim was to have it ready for the July 4 four- ball tournamerit (July 1). "The King Cotton tournament begins July 28 and runs through July 31 and for a change it will be club facilities which limit the player list and not golf course facilities." It has not been a particularly good spring for golf courses and crops, Boyd pointed out. "We're late. About four weeks late, I'd say. But the grass on fairways and greens is making some real prog- Pony Eagles rallied In the bottom of the seventh inning to scpr« three times and defeat the bat tling Wings. 8-7 yesterday af ternoon at Pony League Park Eagles built a 5-3 lead bu the Wings scored four times in the top of the seventh to go on top 7-5. Eagles came back with three in the bottom half fo the win. Don Long, Steve Dorris, Bil Trotter, Mike Sisemore and M J. Churchwell worked on th mound for the Eagles, wit Churchwell getting credit fo the win. Len Ellis was th catcher. Steve Franks and Dal Stewart hurled for Wings wit Stewart getting the loss. Stew art and Franks also divided th catching. Bears are slated to tangl with Rams at Pony Park thi afternoon at 5. Little BlythtviUe tittle League's annual all-star game is to be held Saturday night at 7 o'clock on the diamond at Federal Compress Park. Admission for the American- National scuffle Is 25 cents. MIDGET Jaguars defeated Burdette 5-3 In YMCA Midget League last night at Midget Park. Winners got off on the right foot by scoring twice in the first inning. After Burdette broke into the ress now and in a few weeks things will look good out there. AH we needed was this warm weather." * + + A long-range project is the Arkansas Women's Amateur Tournament, to be held here in 19«8, Boyd said, the first tournament of statewide Importance ever played here. The new Id-hole course has three sets of tees-for men, women and championship play. Par is 71. The yardage from the men's tees is 6,400. This can be stretched to around 7,209 by using the championship tees. The course was built under the presidency of Hugh Whitsitt, who has headed the club f«r the past two years. E. B. Gee, Jr., and John Ed Regenold have headed the greens committee during the construction period. J. C. Guard is tournament committee chairman this year. + + + "But we had a lot of help from everyone. I've never seen anything like it. Men sent out their own equipment and labor at no charge. We wouldn't have been able to do it without that kind of help," Boyd said. BCC's green thumb is owned by the Greens' Boyd said. "Cecil, Elmer, Larry and Elmer Charles Green have been working here for from seven to 12 years each. Not many golf courses, even in (he cities, have that kind of experienced help. Recently Sonny Lard has been added." NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pel.G.B. 44 25 .638 38 2t 576 37 2* .569 .529 .S29 l\i •Vi tt',4 JS 38 33 32 31 S 714 .500 .485 .443 37 413 4S .301 13'* 15 22 Thursday'! Reiulti San Francisco «. Chicago 4 Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 3 St. Louis 2, Houston 1 Only games scheduled Today'* Game: Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N New York at Chicago Los Angeles at Atlanta, N San Francisco at Cincinnati, I St. Louis at Houston, N Saturday's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N New York at Chicago Los Angeles at Atlanta, 2. day-night San Francisco »t Cincinnati, N St. Louis at Houston. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. U Pet. G.B 45 23 m 41 23 .(41 2 Baltimore . Detroit .... Cleveland . California . Chicago ... Minnesota . New York . Kansas City Washington Boston 40 24 .625 3 37 31 .54* 8 31 34 .477 12'A 50 .34 .469 13 27 38 .429 15V> 27 39 .407 17 2* 41 .406 17 23 44 .343 21'/J Thursday's Result* Cleveland 8, Boston 6 Baltimore 5, New York 2 Detroit 8, Washington 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games Baltimore at California, N Minnesota at Detroit, 2, twi- nignt Kansas City at. Cleveland, N Chicago at New York Washington at Boston. N Saturday's Games Baltimore at alifornia, N Minnesota at Detroit Kansas City at Cleveland, 2 ;wi-niglit Chicago at ew York Washington at Boston SHORT SHORTS REGINA, Canada (Af>) - Halfback Paul Dudley, a former Arkansas Razorback, has signed to play Canadian football for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Western Football Conference club announced Thursday. Dudley, 26, formerly played for the Calgary Stampeders. • HOUSTON (AP) - Ernie Terrell, World Boxing Association heavyweight champion, and challenger Doug Jones planned little or no work today. Both underwent heavy practice Thursday in preparation for their title fight next Tuesday night. • ATLANTA (AP) - Speedster A. J. Foyt eyed his hands tnd the heat today as he prepared for Sunday's $80,000 championship 300 at Atlanta international raceway. Foyt, scheduled for qualifying attempts today, suffered burns on his hands and neck 19 days ago in a race at Milwaukee, Wis. "1 think my hands are going to be all right," he said Thursday. "I hope so anyway." • • NEW YORK (AP) - Most everyone in track and field expects Jim Ryun to set the world mile record sooner or later. Tht 19-year-old frosh at Kansas may do it this weekend at the National Amateur Athletic Union championships. Ryun became the world's second fastest miler with a 3:53.7 in Los Angeles several weeks ago. Michel Jazy of France holds the record with a 3:53.6. Jim Greile of Portland, Ore., finished second to Ryun at Los Angeles in 3:56 and is expected ot provide the chief opposition to his younger opponent when the mile is run Sunday at Downing Stadium on Randalls Island. • CHICAGO (AP) — Tommy Bolt, now a humorous rather than a furious golfer, has upstaged the Billy Casper-Arnold Palmer vendetta in the 5100,000 Western Open which moved into its second round at the tough Medinah course today. Bolt, once the Terrible Tommy with a club-breaking temper, uncorked a three-under-par 68 Thursday for a one-stroke lead over a runner-up trio including Casper, the new U.S. open champion, and a four-stroke margin over Palmer. Casper, saying, "Now that I'm the National Open champion I've got something to live up to," began his Western Open title defense with a 69. That was matched by Harold (Catfish) Kneece and Doug Sanders. MINORS— Mrs. Dunlop, Toe Miss Hale Defeated CHEROKEE VILLAGE, .Ark. (AP)—Two former champions, » two-times runnerup and a another woman seeking her first State crown vie today in the semifinals of the Arkansas Women's Amateur Golf Tournament. The former champions »r« Mrs. Anne Gookin of Pine Bluff and Mrs. J. J. Miller of Hot Springs. Nedra Dumas of North Little Rock twice made it t» the finals and Mrs. John Kirkley of Jonesboro has already set a personal record in the state meet. * * + Mrs. Gookin scored t 1-up victory Thursday over another former state champion, Mrs. Jay Freeman of Little Rock, and Mrs. Miller beat still another former winner, Mrs. Jim Wellons of Little Rock, I- up. Mrs. Kirkley, whose highest previous finish was first flight winner last year, scored a 1-up victory over Marge Hale of Burdette and Miss Dumas ousted Sharon Flippin of Fort Smith, 3 and 2. Amarillo .. ARKANSAS El Paso ... Albuquerque Austin Dal-FW TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. 39 26 .600 36 30 .545 3 34 32 .515 5V4 34 33 .507 6 28 27 .431 11 27 40 .403 13 Thursday's Results ARKANSAS 9. El Paso 1 Dallas-Fort Wonh 9, Albuquerque 3 Amarillo at Austin postponed, wet grounds Friday's Games Amarillo at Austin Dallas-Fort Worth at querque ARKANSAS at El Paso INTERNATIONAL Rochester 4-2, Richmond S-fl Buffalo 6, Toledo 5 Syracuse 6, Jacksonville 3 Toronto 3, Columbus 0 Albu PACIFIC COAST San Diego 9-0, Portland 2-S Oklahoma City 10, Indianapolis 5 Spokane 5, Seattle S Tulsa at Tacoma, postponed, rain Only games scheduled Gals Behind Wheels Tonight There'* stock car racing at Cottonwood Raceway tonight. The quarlcr-mile dirt track is located al Cotlonwood Corner, at the Oseeola cutoff on Interstate 55. In addition to the regular Class C stocks and super- modified sprints, there is a powder-puff derby. Yes, sir, girls behind the wheels! Time trials are at 6:30, races at 8:15. Joyce, Jan Semitinalists COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Joyce Kazmierski of Michigan State and Jan Ferraris of Odessa College, both of whom EMERSON WINS AGAIN WIMBLEDON, England (AP) —The powerful Australian tennis contingent today claimed six places in the last 16 of the Wimbledon tournament, and the big question was who can stop Roy Emerson from winning again. "Emmo is hitting the ball so beautifully," Said U. S. Davis played in the Trans-Mississipp Women's Tournament at For Smith, Ark., last week, are semifinalists in the collegia! golf tournament. The finalists in the Trans Miss, winner Roberta Alber and runnerup Peggy Conley both were eliminated Thursdaj in the collegiate meet. Cup team manager George Mac Call after watching the champi on eliminate one of the Ameri can hopes, Charlie Pasarell. Ben Hogan Clubs (Custom Fitted) Hogan Bags by Burton Foot}oy Golf Shoes (Special Order) Men's Golf Shirts (Catalina) Ladies Golf Blouses (Catalina) THE PRO SHOP Blytheville Country Club Bob Boyd, Pro. Pro Shop Merchandise Only Lights On It's Pepsi-Cola vs. Randall at j 7:30; and Courier vs. OTASCO' at 8:30 in resumption of the YMCA Men's Softball League at i Randall Park tonight. scoring column in the third with * * * two runs on as many hits, Jag-] In other matches, defending uars came back to bang out two | Pine Bluff took a 2 and 1 victory bits and two runs. The Burdette ------ -•-— " -* boys threatened again in the fourth when they tallied a single run but winners held on and gained an insurance marked in the fifth. Burdette got four hits, while Jaguars were rapping nine. Defenses in the league appear to be solidifying, as both teams turned in some good work. wte Redskins won * eome-from- behind victory yesterday afternoon downing Jets 8-6 in YMCA Pee Wee League. Jets got the jump, posting three runs in the first innings, adding three in the third. Redskins scored a single marker in the second, then came within shooting range in the third with three more. It w» M «otag into DM tad Iranw, wh«n Rtdtkins chaatd •crow the winning markers. Hornets and Warriors are the (•30 league opponents this afternoon at Midget Park. champion Susan Gregory of in the first flight over Mrs. Paul Collum of Texarkana and Jan Larimer of Texarkana, Tuesday's co • medalist along with Miss Dumas, beat Mrs. Dale Dunlap of BlythevBle 7 and ft. The first-flight semifinalists are Miss Gregory, Miss Latimer, Ann Davis of Fort Smith and Lea Larson of Clarksville. The Stars mini iiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinHii By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING - Willie Mays Giants, collected three hits, in eluding the 521st homer of his career, in a 6-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs, pulling into a tie with Ted Williams for third place on the alltime homer lilt PITCHING-Bob Gibson, Car dinals, posted his llth victors with a four-hitter in St. Louis' 2 1 victory ever Houston. tBOWLING/ Johnny White tossed 221-813 n Mixed Trio Classic League ast night at Shamrock. Lorraine Painter pitched 772; D. McGhee and Ed Gallagher 233. Fifth-place Team No. 3 with female bowlers, tagged 615-2197. Vaughn ShowiM rolled 204-S73; J. L. Ourniy 545; Cliff Klnft 223541 tnd Gen« Hooa i»5 in rumen League Wednesday nlgnt, at Shamrock.; McCunn land Agency rejtstered 101S: «nil Blytliertlle Point Huwkln* Teiaeo "M" OlUn Team No. 4 mm «w. •» ...... •...-•-.---. -- Phimn Ford 30 T.am No. 3 JJ Te«m No. « J' . Team No. 5 21 King «*td ft O»l» .... _., ,. 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Well, to begin with, it's built with more hand labor than you would ever think anybody puts into a tire. Hand labor performed by men who've been build- ing tires for an average of 19 years, It's got a brute of a carcass that's so strong, you can practically forget about blowouts. It's got a special red liner that grips any sharp objects you pick up and helps to block off the air leakage. . And it's got two special traction bars that U.S.- Royal molds into the tread to wipe wet, .slippery roads dry. So when you look at the Royal Master and wonder whether it pays for you to buy such an expensive tire, just remember this. Money doesn't do you any good if you're not around to spend it. Sizes, other than 8,25-M priced accordingly. The new U.S. Royal Master EASY CREDIT TERMS. SERVICE * SAVINGS * SAFETY "The Men Who Know Tires Best" BURNETT'S Royal Tire Service %/„. *^._.__.|^&A TT««^ South Hwy. 61 Your Complete Tie* Scrvict Center. 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