'Marianna Prolongs Hot Day Legion Boys 29 Today Their arithmetic was shaky but their clutch pitching and hitting was excellent. Blytheville's American Leg Ion baseball club hoisted its 28th and 29th victories of the year yesterday afternoon by passing Marianna 4-1 and 5-4 at Light Brigade Field. . There were two seven-inn- Jngs games on the docket but seven plus seven turned to be 16 as the visitors prolonged the hot afternoon by forcing the Dud Casons to go two extra innings in the nightcap. 1 ••• * * * The Casons, successfully eluding a possible third loss of the season, won the thing quickly in the ninth inning. Blytheville's Bruce Bateman, who had a busy afternoon, opened the ninth inning of the nighty with a walk, scampered two bases on passed balls, then scored easily when Jimmy Wagner, the next swinger, flied deep to left-center. Wagner waved :•. magic wand at the plate in both games. In addition to the sacrifice, game- winning . fly, the shortstop cracked a double and single to the second scuffle. In the opener, he uncorked a pair of singles. * * * •Bateman produced a single and double in the first game, was starting pitcher in the second but family gave out in the fourth. - Larry McKinney. relieved pitched shutout ball the rest of the way and took -credit for the win. Ronnie Beard, who handled Iheir tosses, socked two singles. Cage Shoots Are Loaded; 12-Tift Sked FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) —The University of Arkansas 1966 - 67 freshman basketball team, called by head Coach Buddy Waller the "finest recruits ever," opens a 12-game schedule here Dee. 1. John Barnhill, athletic director, announced the schedule •Saturday and said the opener would be with John Brown University. -. :• .Coaching the Razorback frosh will be Lynwood Cathy, who coached White Hall to the Class A state title last season. * * * ..Following the opener, the Shoats will meet Oklahoma Military Academy at Claremore Dec. 6, Crowder Junior College at Neosho, Mo., Dec. 9 and Fort Smith Junior College at Little Rock Dec. 21. Two games are scheduled in January — Bacone (Okla.) Junior College here Jan. 7 and Beebe Junior College at Little Rock Jan. 14. The freshmen meet JBU at Siloam Springs Feb. 6; Bacone at Muskogee, Okla., Feb. 9; Fort Smith Junior College there Feb. 13; Oklahoma Military here Feb. 18; Beebe Junior College at Beebe Feb. 20 and Crowder here Feb. 25. UA's Lindsey, Steve Sloan Share Prize ATLANTA, Ga. (AP)-Halfback Jim Lindsey of Arkansas snd Alabama quarterback Steve Sloan were named winners of the Ernie Davis Memorial Award Saturday night after the Coaches All-America Football game. Lindsey, who won for the West, and Sloan, who won for the East, were honored as those "who best exemplify the All- America quality of leadership" of the late Ernie Davis. * * * The award is given annually at the game in honor of Davis, great Syracuse runner who died of luekemia. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii Fights niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiininii By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN JUAN, P.R.-Jose Gonzalez, 162, Puerto Rico, and ,£«rd Hernandez,, 165, Sydney,, Neb., drew, U, I Stan Williams doubled and scored twice. Pat Harper, Searcy Mears and Don Gaines each stroked singles. * • * In the first game, Lee Forrester and John Blair backed up the bat work of Bateman and Wagner with a single each. Bobby George was in command most of the. way. Scater- ing seven hits, the right-hander struck out six. He was also blessed with a goad defense. * ¥ * Coach Jim Dixon, finished with his summer school work, was back with the Blytheville squad again. He was in charge in the absence of Dwight Williams. Dwight, on the mend from eye surgery, was on hand to watch some of the action. The Casons hope to improve on their 29-2 record Wednesday at West Memphis where they have a twi-night twinbill. * * * The blistering heat apparently held down the size of the crowd yesterday. The games were played in 100-plus degrees. FIRST GAME 0-1 7 I Marianna 000 010 - - - , Blytheville . 101 020 x—4 « 0 Marltmni—Doyle, and Bates. Blytheville—B. George and Harper Umpires—Jimmy Gee ana J0lm E T E ?OND GAME Marianna ... 001 300 000-4 7 S Blytheville .. 301 000 001—5 8 S Marianna—Callaimy and Osc- myers (2); ana Doyle. Blytheville—Bateman and McKinney (41- and Beard. WP—McKinney. LP—OEcmyers. umpires—Bstary and Gee.. • The View from Here ED HAYES * * * Another Beginning THANK GOD. See? See how easy it is to start a column, after being away from the typewriter for two weeks? It's easy when you know who you are and .Why. Most, of all why. When you get that fixed, you don't have to sit staring at a long sheet of blank, endlessly blank paper. Blank paper has a notorious history. .It has driven blank writers—even loaded writers—to drink, to women (the wrong kind of women, I mean), to despair, into spooky cisterns of loneliness and any other kind of ugly fate you can dredge up. You might not earn your living by writing but I feel safely certain you know what it is to have a blank sheet of paper staring back at you. You've been to school, haven't you? You've taken examinations, haven't you? You know what I'm talking about. * * * I've been away, I've returned, and I thank God. And I feel like talking about it. Since this space is normally reserved for an essay of personal opinion and observation, that's exactly what I intend to do. A more sophisticated columnist, I presume, would get right back into the swim, telling what great football seasons the University of Arkansas Razorbacks and Blytheville High Chickasaws are looking ahead to, what kind of world championship thrills await professional wrestling fans at .Legion Arena tomorrow night, that sort of thing, as if the last two weeks hadn't happened at all. I'm a lot of things but I'm not sophisticated. I don't know why but I've always been a bit suspicious of sophistication. * * * I like to tell the reader what I've been up to. Not only do I prefer it that way, I feel a responsibility, too. I feel an unmistakable closeness to the citizens of this community (Blytheville and the other hamlets within circulation earshot). Which is not too unusual, I guess, for an affair that has lasted more than a decade. Too, I have the feeling the affair is not onesided. I come to this conclusion not by any elongation of egotism but by the interchange of letters and notes, telephone calls that have jangled me out of a deep sleep, greetings at games and salutations on the streets, and best of all, the undeserved treasures that came my way the last two weeks in the form of new friendships and the blessed extensions of the old ones. * * * I've been off for a bit of surgery, something I've come to call shotgun surgery, something I was forced into, not by any person but by a physical failure. Not even the doctor forced my hand. All he said is that there was only one solution: "Have it repaired." I replied: "I'm ready." That was on a Thursday afternoon. He saidi "How about Saturday morning?" I said: "O.K." So, that's where my two weeks went *• * * Far as I know, thankfully, just as all the funny get-well cards say, everything came out all right. Yep, they left me in stitches. The problem now is to get back on steady footing again. I know it takes time but I don't care about that. Naturally I'm anxious to get back out to Light Brigade Field and pick up coverage of the American Legion baseball action. Dwight Williams' youngsters have now stacked up 29 victories but I reckon it'll be awhile yet before I can indulge. Dwight and I are in the same boat. He's recovering from surgery, too (of the eye). * •*• . * Among the new friends I acquired the last two weeks were Doctors Hard and Glover, two men to add to the list of mighty medical men in Mississippi County. God bless 'em all. Did you ever spend a million dollars in one week? I did. Or at least that's the value I placed on the nursing and care I received last week while convalescing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tinker in Osceola. I don't care who you are or how much money you have, you couldn't possibly have gotten the care that I did last week. * * * So, dear readers, what I've been trying to say is that I missed you and I hope and pray you missed .me. Like I said earlier, it's easy to start a column when you know who you are and why. It's even easier to find a good ending. Thank God. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain N«» York, ». T. <Spmiil) -For th« flrat time Relene* has found a new ha»Ung substance with th« astonishing ability to shrink hemor- rhotdi, stop itching, and nliev« pain—without turgery. la caie after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Moit«nia«ingof ill-reluH«w«r». ao thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing atatements like "Pil« have ceaaed to be a problem!" The secret Is a new healing »uS- atance (Bio-Dyn«») -discovery of • world-famoua research institute. This subatance is now available In nHppooitory or oinlmmt. farm under the name Prefantiim It*. . At all drug counter!, NATIONAL LEAGUE W, L. Pet. G.B. San Fran. ... M 33 .621 Pittsburgh .. 52 33 .612 1 Los Angeles 47 '36 .566 5 Phila 46 39'.541 7 Houston ..... 45 40 .529 8 St. Louis .... 39 43 .476 12 Atlanta ..... 41 47 .466 13 Cincinnati ,. 37 46 .446 15 New York ..35 48 .422 17 Chicago 26 57 .313 26 Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 6, New York 3 Philadelphia 11, Chicago 6 San Francisco 8, Cincinnati 7, 12 innings St. Louis 7, Houston 1 Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 2 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 9, New York 4 Cincinnati 2, San Francisco 1 Chicago 10, Philadelphia 2 Houston 6, St. Louis 5 ' Atlanta 2, Los Angeles 0 Today's Games No games scheduled, Tuesday's Games All-Star Game at St. Louis MINORS- TEXAS LEAGUE Amarillo 47 35 .573 ARKANSAS ... 46 37 .554 IPaso 41 42 .494 6% Albuquerque .. 42 43 .494 . Austin 40 43 .482 7% Dallas-FW .... 34 50 .405 14 Sunday's Results Austin 5, Dallas-Fort Worth 1 Albuquerque 6, ARKANSAS 5 Amarillo at El Paso, Postpon ed rain Today's Games Amarillo at El.Paso Dallas-Fort Worth at Austin ARKANSAS at Albuquerque MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS INTERNATIONA!, Saturday's Results Rochester 6, Buffalo 3 Toronto 8, Syracuse 4 Richmond at Columbus, rain Toledo 3, Jacksonville 2 Sunday's Results Syracuse 6, Buffalo 3 Toledo 9, Richmond 3 Toronto 6-2, Rochester 3 Jacksonville 4, Columbus 3 PACIFIC COAST Saturday's Results Denver, 9, Oklahoma City 1 Tulsa 5-11, Vancouver 1-3 Phoenix 3-2, Seattle 0-4 Indianapolis 7, Tacoma 1 Portland 2, Spokane 1, 11 innings San Diego 9, Hawaii 3 Sunday's Results Denver 19-8, Oklahoma City 27, 2nd game 10 innings Seattle 5, Phoenix 4 Spokane 4-5, Portland 3-0 San Diego 3-2, Hawaii 2-3 Indianapolis 9-8, Tacoma 6-4 st game 10 innings Tulsa 6, Vancouver 3 Emerson Wins ANTWERP, Belgium (AP) Australian Roy Emerson defeated countryman Fred Stolle 7-5, 6-1 for the men's singles title in an international lawn tennis iournament Sunday. AMERICAN LEAGUE ' W. L. Pet. G.B 58 '29 .667 — 48 35 46 37 46 39 40 45 Baltimore Detroit .. Cleveland California Minnesota Kansas City Chicago .... Washington New York . Boston » 10 11 17 18 19 20M: 22 .578 .554 .541 .471 39' 46 .459 38 47 .447 39 49 .443 36 48 .429 37 52 .416 Saturday's Results Detroit 8, Minnesota 1 Washington 3, New York 0 Boston 4, Chicago 2 . Baltimore 16-1, California 2-2 Cleveland 6, Kansas City 3 Sunday's Results Minnesota 4, Detroit 2 California 4, Baltimore 0 Washington 3-9, New York 2-2 Boston 8-10, ; Chicago 4-6, 2nd game 10 innings "•:'.' Kansas City 4-5, Cleveland 1. Today's Game* No games scheduled Tuesday's Game All-Star Game at. St. ^Louis Sunday ^r's iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiimuMiiiiniimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING—George .-'. Smith, Boston, hit a grand-slam home run in the 10th inning to give the Red Sox a 10-6 win over Chicago and a sweep of their doubleheader. • PITCHING—George Brunet, California, set down the league- leading Baltimore Orioles on four hits as the Angels won 4-0. Travelers Can't Buck Washington .ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. (AP) — Albuquerque completed a sweep :of'. a three-game series with Arkansas ' Sunday,, riding Ken Washington's eighth inning home run to a 6-5 triumph over the Travelers. In other Texas League games, Austin defeated Dallas-Fort Worth 5-1. League - leading Amarillo and El Paso were rained out. . Washington's 430-foot blow, his fifth homer of the year, came on the first pitch from relief hurler Ken Newton. Arkansas had 'tied the game in the top of the eighth on a double by Bill Wolff and a single by Roy Majtyka, The game featured big inn: ngs for both teams. Arkansas tallied three runs in the second to take a 4-0 lead, but the Dodgers bounced back and tied the game in their half of the second. Floyd Wicker had four hits in five trips for Arkansas, including a two-run single in the second. Arkansas . . .130 000 010—5 14 0 Albuquerque 041 000 Olx—6 10 1 3rd Golf Win REHOBOTH, Mass. (AP) Bonnie Quinn of West Warwick, R.I., won his third Rhode Island Amateur Golf Championship Sunday with a 2-up victory over Norm Lutz of Pawtucket, R.I. SEAT COVERS 500 SETS $10 to $30 CLEAR PLASTIC 70 SETS $20 INSTALLED GILBERTS 600 E. Main — PO 3-6742 'Never Dreamed It'-QB Randy s Best Game By RON SPEER ATLANTA,, (AP)- : , Randy Johnson is getting better, all the time, but the rangy Texan says his biggest football challenge is still ahead. . ,.' ,"I never dreamed-I •would be where, I am now," the Texas A&I quarterback said .after he guided the West to a 24-7 conquest of the East in the .Coaches All-America game. "Now my big challenge comes when I join the Falcons." . Johnson was named the game's Most Valuable Player after, he connected oh 24 of 38 passes for 237 yards and two .touchdowns, and scored, once 'himself on a three-yard sprint. "I was named .the 'outstanding back in the Senior Bowl, and the Most, Valuable. Player, in the Blue-Gray game," Johnson add:ed. "But this was the best of ail.'' . '. .. ;.": * * .* '.• The 6-foot-3 stringhean has one more game left —.the College All-Star battle Aug. 5 in Chicago — before he 'starts what National Football League experts believe will be .a great pro career. Johnson was a first round draft choice of the Atlanta Falcons, and his play in the All- America game had coach Norb Hecker beaming. '. "He sure can throw the football, and he can see every- where," Hecker said. "I don't think I'll trade him." Standouts for the West included another Falcon rookie, linebacker Tommy Nobis of Texas, and Carl McAdams of Oklahoma, a linebacker headed for the New York Jets. Donny Anderson., the $600,000 bonus hopeful of the Green Bay Packers, was an offensive standout for the West, catching six passes for 54 yards and one touchdown, and gaining 20 yards running on 20 carries. *'. * * Teammate Mike Garrett of Southern Ca'l.who has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in the American Football League was the game's top runner with 28 yards on nine tries. Jim Grabowski of Illinois, the East fullback .who will join Anderson at Green Bay, scored on a one-yard plunge for his team's only touchdown. Steve Sloan of Alabama, the East quarterback who will challenge Johnson for the job of quarterbacking the Falcons, gained 135 yards passing on 15 completions in 28 tosses, but lost 66 yards rushing when he was unable to get his aerials away. 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