The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1966 · Page 6
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A-State Staff to Help Kickoff Chicks' By ED HAYES, Sports Editor Arkansas Stale College's entire coaching staff has agreed to attend Blytheville High's Kickoff Barbecue at Walker Park, Ug The mammolh eat-out, sponsored by the Chickasaw Athletic Club, is becoming a permanent fixture on the pre-football calendar here. , Frank Broyles from the University of Arkansas was guest ' speaker last year. The chief speaker next month Is Benny Ellender, an engaging personality and head football coach of the State Indians. Coaches to join Ellender for the rally are his assistants Bill Templeton, Bill Davidson and Wayne Armstrong; basketball coach Marvin Speight; and track coach John Rose. Templeton is a former Blytheville High coach. Arkansas State and the Indian Club are enthusiastic about the date and have pledge their complete cooperation. In tha last few years A-State has attempted to seal a closer relationship between the school and Blytheville. Tom McDonald, current Indian club president, announced he would dispatch word of the August event to the entin booster membership. Dick Ritchey, former Blytheville High graduate, is a member of the Indian football squad. He made the All-Southland Conference team last year as a defensive back. He might appear In the offensive lineup next season. Other former BHS athletes expected* «* >•**• bto for oositions are Gary ElUott and Bruce Bateman. f ° r S for the Kickoff barbecue (all youi can"t^ They are to be placed on sale Monday and can be pur from any board member of the Chickasaw Athletic.Club. The Blytheville High pep band has been invited to attend. SuclRitchey made the Contact and^rrangement with the A-State coaches for the Blytheville ixwster club Bobby Dean is in his second year as president of the boosters. Ump Finally Puts Cepeda Out Card on 11x20 Tear By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer When Orlando Cepeda is in a hitting mood, only the umpires can get him out. The Cincinnati Reds weren't having much luck with the big St. Louis slugger Friday night until Umpire John Kibler interceded in the seventh inning of the Cardinals' 9-2 victory. Cepeda was called out on a close play at first base and when he argued over the call, Kibler tossed him out of the ball game. By then, the damage was done. Cepeda had whacked his 12th and 13th homers of the season and lifted his batting average to .324, fourth best in the National League. The Cardinal first baseman, who came from San Francisco in the trade for Ray Sadecki, is on an ll-for-20 tear at the plate and seems completely recovered from the eye injury which sidelined him for two weeks last month. Cepeda was struck by a batting practice line drive June 10. He returned to the line-up June 24, and in the three weeks since then he's had 25 hits in 73 at COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 16, 196« FAG* arx iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiioiiiinmmiinniiiiiini QUEEN'S DREAM COMES TRUi Likes Hurling, But... CINCINNATI (AP) — Young Mel Queen says his chance to pitch was an outfielder's dream come true — and the former major league hurler's son made the most of his opportunity. The 24-year-old right-hander "pitched a perfect inning of relief Friday night as the St. Louis Cardinals routed Cincinnati, 9-2, and the Reds' fans cheered every pitch he threw — less than a dozen in all. Almost any outfielder at times would like to be a pitcher, especially when he's not hitting," Queen said later. "And I suppose a pitcher would feel he'd like to be an outfielder .when he gets walloped. 'So far I like pitching, but then there's the question of how a fellow would feel with guys on base and then somebody would knock the ball out of the park," he added. The Cardinals clouted the first four Cincinnati pitchers for a total of 15 hits and then interim manager Dave Bristol — who ias promised some changes — sent in Queen who had just reported back to duty after two weeks on the sick list. Charley Smith hit a little tap near the plate and was thrown out. Dal Maxvill and Julian Javier both struck out to end iha ninth. "We might have found something," said Bristol, -who took over the team Thursday after Don HeKner was fired. "It's time to get him out there and see what he'll do." One of the reasons Queen, son of another Mel Queen who pitched in the 1940s and 1950s, haS been playing outfield is because of his strong throwing arm. bats — a .342 pace. In addition to costing the Reds he ball game, Cepeda cost Cincinnati pitcher Sammy Ellis ?50. After Cepeda's second homer n the fifth inning, Ellis decked Mike Shannon with a pitch. Plate Umpire Paul Pryor warned Ellis about the duster, and that calls for an automatic 50 fine. * * * Elsewhere in the National League, ex-Met Dick Stuart beat his former teammates with a pinch single in the llth inning as Los Angeles edged New York -3, Chicago shaded Pittsburgh 5-4 and San Francisco downed 'hiladelphia 8-1 behind Juan Marichal. Houston and Atlanta were rained out. Curt Flood led a 15-hit Cardinal attack with four safeties as he St. Louis Cardinals battered five Cincinnati pitchers. Things got So desperate for the Red's ritching staff that new Manager )ave Bristol brought in Mel Queen, an outfielder, to work he ninth inning. Queen had more success than lis predecessors, setting the Cardinals down in order. Stuart, who was released by he Mets last month, beat his old team with a soft single to center, scoring Ron Fairly from bird. Fairly who had walked, went to third on Jim Lefebvre's double. John Roseboro smashed a wo-run homer for th« Dodgers. * * * Robin Roberts, making his first start for Chicago, dropped the Pirates into second place by scattering eight hits. Ron Santo led the Cubs' attack, with three straight hits, driving in four runs. The loss ended a five game Pittsburgh winning streak. Willie Mays and Jim Har smashed home runs, backing Marichal's five-hit pitching a the Giants whacked the Phillies an Fran. ... Pittsburgh •• Angeles . ^hiladel louston t. Louis .... itanta Cincinnati _. New York ... Chicago Friday's Results Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 4 San Francisco 8, Philadelphia Los Angeles 4, New York 3, 1 innings St. .Louis 9, Cincinnati 2 Houston at Atlanta, post- wined, rain Today's Games Los Angeles at New York San Francisco at Philadelphia Chicago at Pittsburgh Houston at Atlanta St. Louis at Cincinnati Sunday's Games Houston at New York, J Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 2 San Francisco at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati at Atlanta Chicago at St. Louis, 2 Monday's Games Houston at New York ,2 Los Angeles at Philadelphia, f San Francisco at Pittsburgh, I Cincinnati at Atlanta Chicago at St. Louis, N Orioles' Fourth Straight Loss Tiger Earl Does It All f By RON RAPOPORT 'Associated Press Sports Writer Who says a pitcher's place is on the mound? Not Earl Wilson. Six hurlers performed for the Detroit Tigers Friday during their 8-5 victory over Baltimore, but only five were to be found in their normal environs in the center of the diamond. The sixth, Wilson, made his contribution at the plate with a pinch-hit, three-run, 13th-in- ning, two-out (that about covers it) home run. Bill Monbouquette, who worked the four final innings perfectly, got the victory, while Stu Miller, who was the last of the mere three pitchers Baltimore used, took the loss. Mon- bouquette's performance had the added dimension of his twice having faced both Frank and Brooks Robinson and Boog iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii Friday *'s iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiijmiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii By THE ASSOIATCED PRESS PITCHING—Bruce Howard. White Sox, pitched a four hitter and retired the last 20 batters in a row, as Chicago defeated Cleveland 4-2. BATTING—Orlando Cepeda, Cardinals, walloped two home runs leading St. Louis to 9-2 victory over Cincinnati. For Love - Not Money By JAMES BOW SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)Mamie Van Doren, one of Hollywood's most durable attractions, breezed into town Friday night on her way to a baseball game. Miss Van Doren arrived at the Sacramento airport with 19-year old Lee Meyers, her husband of two months who pitches for the Crushers of Lodi. "I'll see Lee pitch for the first time Saturday night," the new Mrs. Meyers explained. Meyers, a southpaw with a 1-1 record, •tarti against Reno in the second game of a doubleheader. Misi Van Doren stepped off (he plane in a low-out pink summer drtss and accepted a bouquet of roses from Mrs. Cappy Harada, wife of the Lodi team's Japanese general manager. "My base of operations is now IxxH," Misi Van Dora said as •he and her husband prepared for Ib* driv* to Lodi, a grape- growing center of 27,000 about 35 miles south of Sacramento. The Meyers have rented an apartment in nearby Stockton. Miss Van Doren added that she has given up a summer stock engagement in Ohio and will spend most of the summer traveling the California League circuit with her husband. "I have a picture coming up in Spain I may do," she said, but later added that "I've got a home now." * * * Miss Van Doren, who admits to 12 years in movies, and Meyers were married at Boise, Idaho, on May 4. "We started dating about six months ago," she said. Meyers fended off questions Friday about a sizable inheritance he will reportedly receive at 21. "We don't want any publicity on the money deal," h* commented. "We married for one reason-because w« lov» each other." Powell without a mistake. * * * It was the American Leagu leading Orioles' fourth loss in a row and their second straight t the Tigers who have climbed t within six games of first place Don Wert sent the game infc overtime with a two-run singl with two outs in the ninth. In other American League games, Minnesota edged Wash ington 5-4, Kansas City cam from behind to get New York 5- i Chicago beat Cleveland 4- and California nudged Boston 42. Wilson, who like Monbou quette came to Detroit from Boston, added to his modes reputation as a hitter. The homi run was his third for the yea and he has 10 runs batted in a well as a batting average, .280 that many full-time hitter; might envy. Minnesota's Doa Minchei broke open a tie ball game wit] a run-scoring single in the eighth inning after two were out. Harmon Killebrew, who had singled, scored the decisivi run. * •' * Danny Cater's two-run double in the eighth gave Kansas City [he runs they needed after New York had scored a pair of unearned runs in the sixth. In the ninth, the A's went into a zany four-outfielder defense that may or may not have meant something. At least the Yanks didn't score. Tom McCraw cracked a sin ?le in the seventh to drive in Chicago's winning run. John Romano had opened the inning with a homer that tied the score. Bruc* Howard, after a shaky start, retired thi» last 20 men he faced. California moved into thirc place as Georgt Brunei picket up his 10th victory of the season despite homers by Joe Foy anc Rico Petrocelli. Rick Reicheri scored (fit run and drove In an STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W . L. Pet. G.B. 55 34 .618 53 34 .609 1 .576 4 .540 7 49 36 47 40 45 41 .523 W. 41 44 .482 12 42 47 .472 13 38 48 .422 15V, 35 50 .412 18 27 58 .318 26 Batimore .. Detroit California _ Cleveland .. Minnesota . Kansas City Chicago ... Washington New York . Boston AMERICAN LEAGUE Pet. G-B. .652 — .588 .552 .541 6 9 10 .483 15 .460 17 .460 17 .433 19% .430 19% .407 22 Friday's Results Chicago 4, Cleveland 2 Minnesota 5, Washington 4 Kansas City 5, New York 4 Detroit 8, Baltimore 5, 13 innings California 4, Boston 2 Today's Games Boston at California New York at Kansas City Washington at Minnesota Cleveland at Chicago Baltimore at Detroit Sunday's Games Washington at California, 2 Boston at Kansas City, 2 New York at Minnesota, 2 Baltimore at Chicago, 2 Cleveland at Detroit, 2 Monday's Games California at Ceveland, N New York at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago, N Only games scheduled TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pct.G.B. AmariUo ... 49 38 .563 ARKANSAS . 49 39 .557 % Austin 45 45 .500 5% Albuquerque 45 45 .500 5% El Paso 42 48 .467 8% Dal-FW .... 37 52 .416 13 Friday's Results Amarillo 2, ARKANSAS 1, 10 innings El Paso 2-1, Austin 1-2, second game 13 innings Albuquerque 1, Dallas-Fort Worth 1 Today's Games Albuquerque at Amarillo Austin at Dallas-Fort Worth El Paso at ARKANSAS Jean in Warm up FARELLONES, Chile (AP)— Jean Saubert, Ogden, Utah, drew the first start for today's first women's race in a warmup for the World Ski championships next month. AMARILLO, Tex. (AP) The Amarillo Soncis took a one- half game lead over Arkansas in the Texas League baseball race Thursday night with a 2-1 victory over the travelers. It was the first Home victory for Amarillo over Arkansas since May 3, and it wag the first home park victory since June 29. George Gerberman went the distance with a four-hitter, giving him a 6-1 season mark. The Soncis won it on Ed Moxey's high hopping single which scored J. C. Hartman from third with one sway in the 10th. Hartman bounced a ground- rule double over the center field fence to start the inning, PACIFIC COAST Tulsa 7, Oklahoma City « San Diego 2, Denver 1 Indianapolis 6, Spokane 1 Portland 3, Tacoma 1 Vancouver 4, Phoenix 2 Hawaii 11, Seattle 5 INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 5, Toronto 3 Rochester 6, Syracuse 1 Richmond 6, Columbus 2 Toledo 3, Jacksonville 0 .iiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnniuiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiouiiiiii Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Accavallo, 111V4, Argentina, out- pointed Hiroyuki Ebihara, 111, Japan, 15. Accavallo retained the world flyweight championship. TRAVS SLIP TO 2ND against Fred Wall, fourth el five Arkansas hurlers. Wall took his sixth loss in 11 decisions. * * * Gerberman gave up Ms flrt hit in the fifth inning, but it cost a run. Steve Huntz was on second after walking and stealing, and Joe Patterson's single brought him in It was 2-1 night elsewhere b the Texas League, too. El Paso beat Austin 2-1 in the opener of a doubleheader which went an extra inning; and Austin came back for a 2-1 decision in the nightcap, which went 13 innings. Albuquerque beat Dallas-Fort Worth 2-1 in the' only game that was played in regulation. Close-Out On MEN'S SUITS $ 8 DON'T FORGEGT-OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TIL 6PM TWO LOCATIONS Airbas* Highway • Franklin & Cherrjr silence B-i-.'is black and white and read all over. Every day, In 85% of the homes in the United States. And when you advertise in the daily newspaper, there are two things you can be sure of. (1) Just about everybody in your trading area will see your ad. (2) They won't be knitting or driving to work or holding a conversation or sleeping when your ad comes on. People have to concentrate in order to read. And your ^n*"'** """f * ad in the newspaper gets the undivided attention of /" | mm r^ your best prospects. So if you have something to sell, .think of newspaper readers. Silence is golden., / i Blytheville Courier News

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