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BQrtMvffi* (Ark.) Courier Km - Tutid«y, June », MW - Pig* Hint THE REWARDS — Dorothy Germain returned to Blytheville Sunday with a suitcase well-stocked with sterling. The Blytheville golfer was medalist and winner of the conso- lation bracket in the National Women's Intercollegiate golf tournament at Columbus, Ohio. She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Germain. (Courier News Photo) B. Re Star Again By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AH) - Third baseman Brooks Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles, the top vote getter with 257, and shortstop Dick McAuliffe of the Detroit Tigers were ,tht only repeaters in the tw> starting infields named for the July 12 All- Star baseball game at St. Louis. Robinson and McAuliffe were joined by rookie first baseman George Scott of the Boston Red Sox and second baseman Bobby Knbop of the California Angels on the American League infield. Robinson got all but two votes of those eligible to pick him. The Orioles could not vote for their teammates. Willie McCovey, first base- man of the San Francisco 1 will be named later. CUT INCREASES HUNT PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - Arizona's bounty on mountain lions was cut by $5 last year — from $75 to $70. The result: Bounty hunters killed 286 compared with 267 the previous year A total of 102,786 seats have been added to Big Eight football Stadia since World War II, bringing the total league capacity to 344,414, or 43,052 per stadium. The Big Eight averaged 36,332 paid fans per game in 1964. Giants, led the National League voting with 214. Joe Morgan, Houston second baseman, and Ron Santo, Chicago Cubs' third laseman, both were picked' to the team although they were njured over the, weekend. Leo Cardenas, Cincinnati shortstop, yas the fourth member of the National League infield. * • * Morgan suffered a broken right knee cap in batting practice before Saturday's game and will be out of action for at least three weeks. Santo received a fractured cheek bone when hit by a pitched ball in Sunday's game with the New York Mets and underwent surgery Monday. Presumably, substitution will be made if they are unable to play. It will be up to Manager Walter Alston to ask. Sam Mele of Minnesota is the American League manager. The two starting infields were announced by Commissioner William D. Eckert's office in a change from the usual procedure. Normally, the entire starting line-up, except for the pitchers, is released at the same time. Eckert's office will release the names of the starting outfielders Thursday and catchers Sunday. The pitching staffs and Two Await Winner Tonight By HAROLD V- RATUFF HOUSTON (AP) - Embattled Doug Jones makes his second attempt at a championship tonight when he pits his speed and strong punching against the Finesse and feared left jab of Ernie Terrell, who holds the World's Boxing Association heavyweight title. Jones tried for the light- heavyweight crown in 1962 and lost to Harold Johnson in 15 rounds. Since then, he has fought the best heavyweights he could find, including Cassius Clay, the generally recognized champion, who was just coming up then. Clay outpointed him, but many claimed the decision went the wrong way. * * * So now, Jones goes against (lie fellow who thinks he should be the recognized champion since he represents the only world's association but realizes that Clay, although suspended •while he was WBA champion, still is regarded as the big man of the game. Each predicts victory, and Jones bravely forecasts that he will knock out the taller and stronger Terrell, whose superior height and reach have made him a 6 to 5 favorite. Terrell only says he will "beat him bad, maybe knock him out." * * * The twe come together in a match scheduled for 15 rounds and expected to start about 11 p.m., EOT. A crowd approaching 10,000 and paying $130,000 is expected to be in Sam Houston Coliseum. Whoever wins, he has two offers of future fights, Irving Ungerman, manager of George Chuvalo, who was beaten by Terrell in November, made a bid of $75,000 to the winner of the Terrell-Jones fight. Red Joins Costello Tonight The National League finally ook the lead in the series last summer by winning the game at Minnesota for an 18-17-1 edge. The Nationals have Won three in a row and seven of the last eight decisions. Starters were selected by the ;ote of players, managers and coaches in each league. Nobody was permitted to vote for a ilayer on his own team. Due to ,he varying numbers of players on the rosters when the player representatives conducted their balloting last week, there were 294 ballots in the National and 287 in the American. * * * The closest contest was between Knoop and Bobby Rich- cardson for second base in the American League. Robinson won in a landslide and both Scott and McAuliffe had comfortable margins. Santo beat Jim Ray Hart of San Francisco 151-125 in the third base competition in the National League, the closest contest. McCovey was a lopsided winner over Bill White of Philadelphia, Cardenas had a solid edge on Maury Wills of Los Angeles and Morgan beat out Jim Lefebvre Oi the Dodgers. 144-94. Homer Is Trav Margin AUSTIN, Tex. (AP)-Arkansas combined Larry Stubing's home run with Hal GUson's four-hit pitching Monday night and defeated Austin 1-0 in a Texas League baseball game. Stubing's blast, his 12th homer of the year, came in the fourth inning. It was a 350-foot drive into right field. . The game was the shortest of the year here, lasting only one hour, 39 minutes. Gilson needed only 99 pitches to polish off the Braves. Only two Austin baserunners reached second. In other Texas League games El Paso beat Albuquerque 7-2 and Amarillo stopped Dallas- Fort Worth 6-2. El Paso tallied three runs in the second and sixth innings in waltzing past the Dodgers. Levi Brown and Ron Davis bad homers, Leo Posada a double and triple and Danny Kern and Brown triples as Amarillo ripped the Spurs. Arkansas 000 100 000-1 6 1 .ustin 000 000 000-0 4 1 Gilson and Zeller; Dukes, Garnell (9) and Porter. W Gilson (2-1). L—Dukes (4-1). Home Run—Arkansas, Stubing (12). Al Costello, who represents one half of the world championship tag team, has a new partner tonight. He's not a new wrestler, though. He's the veteran Rowdy Red Roberts, a professional heavyweight who har heard about as many jeers as cheers in his colorful career. * v * Costello and Roberts are lined up to tackle Luke Graham and Chin Lee in the main event st Legion Arena. The other portion of the world tag title belongs to Blytheville promoter Herb Welch. Fans have been beseeching him to team up with Costello here but Herb says: "It's sort of against the rules for a guy to wrestle where he promotes.' * * * In the first mitch at 8:30 handsome Billy Wick.-, and Treacherous Phillips are opponents. Both matches have one-hour Youth Keys US Team WHAT ELSE gives you so much for to little? Por news, for views, for wide and varied entertainment, nothing can beat your daily newspaper! And •n for jut a few oMt* a day I BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) - uiinuajf. *iit pi^t...^ Playing hi a 36-hole qualifying the rest of the 25-man squads. round for t i, e Indiana Amateur Gol{ Tournamentj s co tt porter of Richmond shot two holes in one Monday. Porter, No. 1 man on the Ball State University golf team, scored both aces on the 145-yard : ifth hole at Forest Hills Coun- ;ry Club. He used an eight-iron n the morning, a nine in the afternoon. He never before had shot a hole in one. He had rounds of 69 and 73. HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) —Fourteen yachts which par. ticipated in last week's New port-to-Bermuda race, took off on a return race for the Virginia Capes Monday. Crew Faces Stiff Test HENLEY-ON-THAMES, England (AP) — Brown University's crew prepared today for a severe first-round test in the Henley Royal Regatta opening Wednesday on the Thames River. Meanwhile, the Olympic champion Vesper Boat Club o: Philadelphia awaited the arrival by air of its shell — overdue from the United States as a re suit of Britain's national shipping strike, Brown meets Britain's higH; regarded Tideway Scullers in the first round. The Vespers crew, gold medalists at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, drew an open ing-day bye and likely will go against East Germany's power ful Turn Und Sportsclub in thi second round. The Vesper boat, delayed in New York by the backlog caused by the crippling shipping strike, was due to arrive today AIRPLANE SPRAYING On SMALL GRAIN JOHN BRIGHT Phone JO 4-2475 fastest growing 6*er in Northeast Arkansas • • • oncf • • • DlstrttlutWI »J HOOPER SM.B8 CJ. Henfeno* • WytK«»««. ** fastest growing bter In tfit U.S.A. Fights GEORGETOWN, Guyana - onel Kill, 160, Guyana, out- tinted Roy Lee, 160, Jamaica, AK1TA Japan—Takeshi Fuji, 1%, Japan, knocked out Al jentes, 140, Philippines, 4. MILWAUKEE - Ben Black, 23, Chicago stopped Bill Niel- n, 196, Omaha, Neb., 6. ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) anager Charlie Dressen ar- ved with the Detroit Tigers by time iiits, best-of-three falls. Tickets cost 75 cents for adults, 25 cents for children. Reserved ringside seats cost S5 cents. They may be purchased inside the Arena. Hugh Benbow, manager of Cleveland Williams, the only ighter to knock out Terrell —..in 1962 — made an offer of $50,000. Senbow plans to put the fight Jon ,n Houston's famed Astrodome if he gets it. "•••. Terrell will enter the ring-at 210 pounds and boasting a five- nch height advantage over the 6-1,. .190-pound Jones. Terrell also has an advantage of five inches in reach. Williams appears in a 10- rounder just before the main event when he fights Tod Hec- ring of Houston. By RON RAPOPORT NEW YORK (AP) - If the United States regains the superiority in track it lost to the Russians in Kiev last year, much of the credit will belong to youngsters. Added were Tommie Smith, the sprinter from San Jose State, and Gerry Lmdgren, the long-distance star from Washington State. Both missed the meet because of ur'ous ailments. Lindgren is the elder statesman of the young stars — he's all of 20. The frail youth was named to the team at 10,000 meters, the event that thrust him ino prominence two years ago when he beat the highly favored Russians in the dual meet. » * * Top performer among the teen-agers is Jim Ryun, 19, who He will run the 1,500 meters and is America's best at the mile, will be heavily favored. In the AAU meet, he ran the mile in 3:58.6. Lee Evans, also 19, from San Jose City College, will run the ane "for" their" series "with" the 1400 meters against the Russians alifornia Angels and planned off the strength of his 45.9 victo- . , ., t i :_ *L_ AAt\ «*• *K« A ATT moot he national high-school mark of -3% set only last year. Stan Albright, of the Cleveand Striders, named to the tigh-jump squad, turned in a 6- Wt performance last year while still in high school. Last year the Russians upsel the favored American squad 118-112, marking the first time in seven dual meets with the Soviet that the United States had lost. watch tonigW in the stands. Dressen, who suffered a heart ttack in spring training, has een recuperating on an inac- ve basis. Coach Bob Swift has een filling in as acting manag- Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose MM teeth slipping, dropping or wobbUM when you eat, talk or laugh. Just, SrlSkFe a little FASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives* remarkable sense oj added comfort ™ remar and MourlW by holdint. nt. ooey. ;p.5ty t»st». firmly. No gummy, gooey. ;p.5ty t»st». Xffniint It's alkaline (non-aoia),- ?3et f ASTEETH at anj drag count*. NEW YORK (AP) - Dick Stuart, the high-priced first baseman who was given his unconditional release by the New York Mets earlier this month, received one vote for the National League All-Star team. Wichita set a Missouri Valley conference record with a home attendance average of 10,312, HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSDKANCE C«. L420 Onion A** Phone 274-4400- M«Bp£U* 1. 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