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Jlythevffli (Ark.) Courtw Nm- Tuwdar, August I, : HII -^ NEW ANGEL IS A HIT Dodgers Get Relief By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer ! It's been a most .productive week for Phil Regan, who used to worry about his share in .baseball's pension plan and now .thinks about a World Series share instead. .Regan won his third game in 'six days Monday night when 'Los Angeles rallied for four runs in fiie ninth inning on horn- .ers by John Roseboro and Jim Gilliam and defeated Pittsburgh *1. ' .. ..The victory, kept the Dodgers 'in first place in the National League, three percentage points in front of San Francisco and a full game up on the Pirates, : who lost their fourth straight. "...It raised Regan's season's "record to 10-1. The veteran Bright-tender, who virtually .dealt bimself to the Dodgers 'last fall, has saved nine games *nd has an earned run average ",pf:1.52, best on the pitching-nch 'ibs Angeles staff. * * .--• A year ago Regan was toiling .with Detroit's International .League'farm team at Syracuse, hoping to pitch his way back the majors. He needed just lelpful. * . * . * He was,batting in a game air of homers and Clay .Dal-'learnied..why he. shouldn't be ymple drove in three runs for " Phillies. Wynn homered for IB Astros and Bob Aspromohte ed the game with a .three-run lout in the ninSi inning. Cincinnati won its 12th game i the last 15 by whipping the ardinals with four pitchers miting St. Louis to four hits., rordy Coleman homered for .the inners. 14 more days en a major league roster to qualify for the pension plan. "I was really disappointed," Hegan recalled. "I thought seriously of going home. But I remembered I only needed 14 days to complete five years, so I reported to Syracuse." It was while pitching there that Regan learned the Dodgers wfere interested in him. "1 called Jim Campbell (Detroit's •general manager) and asked to be traded," . The deal was made last November, just" 30-minutes before the inter-league deadline, with the Dodgers .swapping utility infieider Dick Tracewski for Regan. .It wasn't the. biggest bargain ever. The Indians got only $2' for Manhattan Island. . *....* * Esewhere, ' San Francisco kept pace with the Dodgers by ..downing.-New York 4-2, Phila ; iielphia edged Houston 6-5 in 1( i innings and Cincinnati toppec i St. Louis 3-2. ' Pirate starter Tommy Sisk protected a 1-0 lead against San ; dy Koufax for seven innings bu the Dodgers tied it in the eighih Gilliam, pinch hitting, walked • and came around on singles by Jim Earbieri and Maury Wills. Dick Stuart opened the Dodg er ninth with a walk and then Roseboro connected, snappin, the tie. After Jim Lefebvre sin • gled, Gilliam gave Regan th ' extra cushion with his firs homer of the year. ; Bob Priddy worked eight in nings of scoreless relief as th Giants bounced back to defea ! the pesky Mets. Priddy allowed just two hit ! and worked his way out of • bases-loaded non-out jam afte the Mets had nicked Joe Gibbo for two runs in the second. The Giants bunched six hit for three runs in the fourth an moved past tiie Pirates into sec end place. Rich Allen led off the 101 inning with an inside-the-par homer that 'gave the Phillie their victory over the Astros Houston's Jim Wynn crashe into the center field wall tryin for the catch and was carrie iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Monday +' 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIINIII' B A T TIN G-Jimmie Hall, Minnesota, hit a pair of two-run homers as the Twins defeated By MURRAY CHASS ssociated Press Sports Writer Jay Johnstone has played only iree major league games, but. Iready he's displayed two lings he learned in the minors —how to hit and how not to be elpful. Johnstone, called up by Cali- ornia last Friday night to fill in or Rick Reichardt, stroked hree hits and drove in the wining run Monday night as the ngels edged the New York Yankees 44$. I The 20ryear-old Johnstone oined the Angels Saturday after itting .338 for Seattle of the Pacific Coast League. He was iromoted after the 'Angels earned that Reichardt, their eading slugger, had kidney rouble and might be lost for the est of the season. In three games, the left-hand- d hitter has: collected six hits in 2 at : bats, : including five hits in f the field on a stretcher, .He uffered a dislocated left elbow. Johnny Callison walloped a his last six trips 10 the. plate. But shortly before coming to the .Angels, the center fielder IINIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Ball Treat OSCEOLA - Fans in this area have a chance to see the state semipro baseball champions from Batesville in action .here Thursday night against the Osceola Indians. Batesville, the team selected to open the national tournament in Wichita, Aug. 12,- has an 8 o'clock battle with the state runnerup Indians. Osceola, the team that eliminated host Caraway Saturday night in 13 innings, lost to Batesville in the championship scuffle 3-2 Sunday-afternoon. against Portland July.4 when he hit a foul which bounced up be- ide him. Trying to be helpfu), he caught the ball and held it out for the. umpire to take... Instead of putting his hand out or the ball, though, the umpire mt his .arm in the air and signaled Johnstone out for interference. So the Yankees couldn't have expected the rookie, to' do any- hing : that would, help them when he came to bat in the seventh inning with the bases loaded and the game tied 3-3. "He already 'had beaten out .wo infield hits, and this time he drilled a single to center, driving in his first major league run and helping the Yankees to their fourth straight defeat. "I like everything I've seen of lim," California Manager Bill Rigneysaid. In the only other American- League games, Minnesota defeated Boston 6-2 and Washington trimed Kansas 'City 6-4. While the 20-year-old Johnstone won the game with his bat, 3»year-old 'Lou Burdette pitched two perfect innings of relief, saving the 10th victory for 37-year-old Jack Sanford. * * * Jimmie Hall drove in four runs with two homers, and Earl Battey added a two-run blow for Minnesota.. Tony Conigliaro accounted for Boston's two- runs with a homer. Jim Grant pitched a six-hitter fr his seventh .victory against 12 defeats. Kansas City tied its game 4-4 in .the seventh when Bert Cam- paneris tripled home two runs and scored on Jim Gosger's single. But Washington won it with two runsjn the eighth, theTirst on Paul Casanova's bases-loaded infield single. • NATIONAL LEAGUE • . > W. I* Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 60 42 .588 San Fran. ..62 44 .585 Pittsburgh . 60 44 577 1 St Louis .. 54 49 524 8*4 Cincinnati .. 51 : 53 .490 10 Houston ...'; 49 55 .471 12 Atlanta 48 56 462 13 New York 47 56 .456 13% Chicago ... 32 71 .311 28Vi ' Monday')! pjsults ' San Francisco 4, New York 2 Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia 6, Houston 5, 10 innings Cincinnati 3, St Louis 2 Only games scheduled , Today's Games San Francisco at New orYk, N , . Houston at Philadelphia, .N Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, N Atlanta at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis, N Wednesday's Games Sa : n Francisco at New .York. Houston at Philadelphia, N Los Angeles ,at Pittsburgh, N Atlanta at Chicago. .Cincinnati at. St. Louis, N AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore .. Detroit. ...... California ,. ilevelarid. Minnesota .. Ihicago : .... Vew York .. Vashington ; . Caiisas City Joston Iceman Chairman . .WINNIPEG, Man. (AP) Gordie Howe, star of the Detroil Red Wings in. the National Hockey League, has been named honorary chairman ol Canada's national hockey team for the 1966-67 season. 14 Series Hero Dead COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Hank GoWdy, old-time National League catcher celebrated for iris batting feats in baseball's 1914 World Series, an untimely tumble in the 1924 Series, and as the first major leaguer to volunteer for World War I service, is dead at age 76. The gangling fellow who hit .545 for the Miracle Boston Braves in the 1914 classic succumbed to a long illness after here didn't wind up his major league playing days until 1930 when again with the Braves he bowec out with a 4-for-5 day against Cincinnati. In that memorable 1914 season, Gowdy caught 128 games and hit .243 in the regular season before breaking out in the World Series. Ironically, his biggest - heart break came just 10 years later in the 1924 classic With 'the Giants against Washington, In the 12th inning of the seventh and deciding game, Muddy two weeks hospitalization in his home city. > Gowdy banged a - home run -the only one of the Series-a j ped Ufa t appeared triple, three doubles and a sin- j a rout j ne inning-ending foul, gle in 11 tunes at bat in the '14, But Han ij' s f 00 t became en ' tangle with his discarded mask Boston 6-2. PITCHING-Bob Priddy. an Francisco, allowed only two nits in eight innings of relief and helped the Giants to a 4-2 victory over the New York Mets. Series. He went into the set with Connie Mack's heavily favored Philadelphia Athletics after, in his .first season as a regular, helping Manager George Stallings' Braves come from eighth place July 4 to win the National League pennant. Boston swept the A's in four games. He was born Harry Gowdy and his dad, Horace (Pop) Gowdy, wanted him to get into something with a future. As it developed, Gowdy lasted 10 season with the Braves and as he went after the ball, and hi couldn't hold it. Ruel then doubled and carm home with the Series-deciding run as an infield roller took ai unexpected jump over thin baseman Freddie Lindstrom'; 9 35 .663 55 47 '539 55 49 529 48 52 53. 56 .529 .500 .490 .456 .440 .437 .421 13 14 14 17 18 '21% 23% 23% 25% Monday's Uesults Washington 6, Kansas City 4 Minnesota 6, Boston 2 California 4, New York 3 Only games scheduled Today's Games New York at California, N Washington at Kansas City, N Boston at Minnesota^ N Chicago at Detroit, N ' Baltimore at Cleveland, N Wednesday's Games New York at California, N 'Washington at Kansas City, Boston at Minnesota. N Chicago at Detroit, 2 twi-nigh Baltimore at Cleveland, -N TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B ARKANSAS .,64 42 .604 Amarillo .... 58 46 ,558 5 Alb'qure ... .55 52 .514 9% Austin ...... 49 58 .458: 15% Dallas-FW .. 46 59 .438 17% 46 18% 59 .438 61 .430 Monday's Results El Paso 3, Amarillo 2 Dallas-Fort Worth 1, ARKAN SAS 0 -Albuquerque 5, Austin 2 Today's Games Albuquerque at Austin El Paso at Amarillo ARKANSAS at Dallas-For Worth 'Vacdtio^ tonight at • Legion Arena wrestling patrons -were unhappy that promoter Herb Welch-took himself off the professional card last'week and showed their displeasure by staying away in substantial numbers. -i :> • • Herb got the point. He put himself back. on the program tonight. •*'.•*. * ; Herb, who owns one half of the world tag team championship with Australian Al Costello, has chosen Tennessean Ted McCarthy to be his opponent tonight in,the, tag team main event. The opponents are Sol Weingroff and Carl Von Brauner, pair of rugged gentlemen who have dealt Herb and a few others nothing but trouble for several years now. •In 'the opener, Kenny Griggs, a'Blythe- viile wrestler, is pegged to tackle veteran Rowdy Red Roberts. • Herb stated: "Gritjgs is a hometown boy wlib has been wrestling in Chicago. He's on vacation here ... and says he wants' to see what he can do here." : A good test for Griggs, or any newcomer in the area, is to throw him against the crafty, hairless Rod. Griggs worked on the Osceola police force three years before going north. * * * Admission is 75 cents for adults, 25 cents for the group under 12. First bell at 8:30. Rigside reserved seat tickets go on sale at 6:30. Peps/ Men E/ucfe Jam KENNETT-— Pepsi-Cola men rom Blytheviile put themselves urther into the Kennett Softball League lead last night with a 5-2 victory over McCaul's. Bill Sharp continued to roll along, flipping a six-hitter. He struck out five and only walk- one. Don Callis took the rap. Che Missourian was touched for : .0 hits, He didn't walk any and 'anned three. * * * McCaul's loaded the bases with no outs .in the last inning jut good defensive work by the Arkansas guys allowed only one run out of it. The tally came arcoss on a fly to the outfield but the next two men were out on ground balls. Cliff Forsythe and Ray Davis banged two'hits apiece for the winners. ' * * * Pepsi has a 9 o'clock .encounter Friday night here .against Kennett National Bank. NO. 2 COLTS BOW Leachville Takes the Title ^M Jets tot v^ iliminattd ''" : ^J '"•, 7 '' *""' ,.•••": i 'f Scoring five runs in the flrit nsing, < Redskins elimin|t«l ets from the YMCA Pee We* ounwment last,night on an : *victory.;•... ., >-... ; ; -Jj.ij' Two Redskins were out urthi rst 'frame 1 when Y-pair ".of3$t- elding mistakes opened .the owl gates, and five runs scoxed n, just, two safeties. Jets ^Jijt leir only marker in the sec- nd, without a hit, on four suc- essive bases on balls, but they eft a total of 10 runners on the acks. Winners scored insiirr nee runs in the third and fifth Warriors and Frogs, each with loss in tournament play, are cheduled to play at 6:15 thi* fternoon, the loser being eliminated. :i *|g MONETTE - Leachville won the Tri-County Senior Pony League tournament championship here last night, taking the runrierup Blytheville Colts 4-1. There were only three hits in the game, Leachville getting -'two. Colt errors helped the champs tally the necessary runs. Leachville scored two in -the first in- ning and two in the sixth. The action concluded the Tri-Co Senior season. Lynn McCullough, named the outstanding player in the tournament, was the winning pitcher. Leachville has a 7:30 game : tonight against Monette at Trumann in the Tri- County Junior League tournament. > Buckeye, Courier, Brown Win .MANILA — Buckeye,. Courier News and Brown Shoe picked up opening- round triumphs, here last night in the annual Manila Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament/ '.'.... Buckeye poked Arbyrd 5-1; Courier News rolled Brown Spur" 12-6; .and Brown Shoe stepped on Manila 17-5. . Tonight's card: Tri-Cp vs. Pepsi-Cola.at 7; then Arbyrd vs. Manila at 8 in,the losers' bracket; and Buckeye vs. Brown Shoe in the winners' bracket at 9. Leachvill Little Leaguers Take an Easy One HEAT HITS ATHLETES KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) The strength-sapping heat ol this island in the sun has sent the 1,400 British .Empire Games athletes running for cover and even has the Englishmen avoiding the noon-day sun. Prince Phillip, husband sf Queen Elizabeth II, is scheduled to open .the games Thursday. Teams from 36 countries are entered in track and field, -badminton, boxing, cycling; fencing, shooting, swimming, weight lifting, and wrestling. LEACHVILLE - Here are the results from last night's Little League baseball tournament: : . Paragould B 14, Monette 1; Piggott 4, Brookland 3; and Leachville 10, Lake City 0. . Tonight's. lineup: Jonesboro Pepsi vs. Rector at 6; Poca- hbntas vs. Blytheviile Air Force Base at 7; and Trumann vs Paragould A at 8. Argentine to Fight Undefeated Olympian BUENOS AIRES (AP)-Madison Square Garden matchmaker Teddy Brenner Monday signed Argentine heavyweight Oscar - (Ringo) Bonavena to fight Joe Frazier in New York, Sept. 21. ' - ...-. .'.'•' ' Frazier, the Olympic champion from Philadelphia, has an 110 record as a heavyweight. Bonavena, who upset Cana- da's George Chuvalo last June is reported to have'been offerei $20,000 for the fight at Madison Square Garden. • . ••*'. -.*. ••* .,..: '... ..Brenner.. said, that. the whine probably would get a fight with Ernie-Terrell of Chicago for th World Boxing Association ver sion of the heavyweight champ:' onship. Rifle Course ~ s Still Open i Only two. days remain.ifor egistralipn in the YMCA-NRA 'ifle course which is to begin Wednesday evening. Roy Bray s'the'instructor. : The course is open to any boy or girl ages 10 through 17. The ecture phase of..the instruction 18,10'be held at the Y and he actual'firing "at the Burdette range. Those 'who complete the course receive.a certificatejfor efficiency .ln^ handling the rifle. For further, iiiformation, candidates may call, the YMCA or ;he instructor. ... , BALTIMORE^Sweet Herbie Lee, 138. Washington, tf.C., stopped Mike Cruz; 138«s, New York. 5. : : . ; .NEW King Edward PANETELA Sports add MINORS INTERNATIONAL Rochester 2, Columbus 0 Buffalo 12, Richmond 3 Toronto 1-4, Jacksonville 0-1 Only games'scheduled PACIFIC COAST Denver 12, Spokane 6 Oklahoma City 5, Vancouver Indianapolis 6, San Diego ,2 Hawaii 14, Portland 8 iBOWLING/ SHORT SHORTS NW YORK (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Samuel M. Gold upheld the New. York Athletic Commission's rule, that Emile Griffith could not hold both the world welterwegiht and middleweight titles at the same time. Judge Gold's -ruling Monday came afer Griffith had attacked the commission's ruling. HOUSTON. (AP) — Joe Morrgan of the Houston Astros, who was hitting .320 when he suffered a knee injury June 25, took his first workout in more than a month Monday in the Astrodome. , . . ... Morgan, the National League's All-Star second baseman, said he expected to be ready to play by Saturday: when'.the Astros meet the Dodgers here. PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) - Silly Casper, the Speedway Golf Festival winner leads PGA top money winners with a total .of S103,000..so far this.year.. That includes the $16,400 Speedway top prixe. The PGA listed Doug Sanders second with $91,311 and Arnold Palmer third with $89,652. head. . ...... Gowdy volunteered for th Army on May 2, 1917, shortl; after America entered World War I. He served with the Rainbow Division's 166th Infantry in France. : ' Gowdy returned to his native , Columbus to manage the city's American Association club in ' 1926. He spent 1928 with Minneapolis and 1929 with Rochester before going back up to Boston as relief catcher. From 1931 to 1937 he was a coach with'the Braves. He shifted to the Cincinnati Reds as a coach 1938-46 and to the New York Giants 1947-48. Gowdy, whose playing record showed 1,048 games and a .270 lifetime batting average, had a stint as Cincinnati manager, in 1946. In recent year he has been director of youth activity for the Columbus Jets, community- owned International League team which turns its profits over to boys'clubs here. He leaves his widow, Pauline, and sister, Miss Irene Cowdy of Hpllywood, Caljf. Funeral arrangement* were incomplete, Dave Fowler flipped 205-573 in Industrial Summer League last night ' at Shamrock. Bill Kerner clipped 201-557; Jim Roleson 528; and Father John McDaniel 201. Second-place Randall Company collected 6181788. R. D. Samuels socked 203559 in Monday 9 O'Click Mixed Doubles League at Strat-0- Lanes. Glen Glovei- scooped 231555; Don Seglen 212-553; Barbara Larson 187-513; Bill Haner 207; and Ed Valentine 205. Seventh-place Sorry-Bout-That triggered 858; and sixth-place Boone Cleaners No. 1 2455.' INDUSTRIAL SUMMER mints 223 Katit Jeweleri Randall Co '»' Shamrock No. J .....183 Shamrock No. 1 "J Coca-Cola 1 s * V Johnson's Esso • - • • 138 MONDAY 9 O'CLOCK C.B'« ..,..>......•.'...,.,,, 31 ,.-l» Boohe Cleaners'Ko. 2 .. 35 21 WOSCO 35 21 Mlnlt Mart 29 27 Runamucks 28 28 Boone Cleaners No. 1 .. 27 29 Sorry-Bout-That 26 30 Mustangs 25 31 State Form 22 3* Slow Pokes l« 40 SUNDAY MIED DOUBLM Turn light » Team Six 2« Team Five 25 Team Two 23 Team,Four ,,..,,...... 22 .Teem'Seven .... 22 Teim One .'... IT Inn ' Why should our son have a newspaper route? The living is good. Plenty of money, nice home, nice furnishings, another salary raise in sight; we've never had it BO good. Why should our BOB : manage a newspaper route? , ,• :. Most any educator or businessman will tell you why in three simple words; it builds character. , , , - , Oftentimes the youngster who grows up in comfortable circumstances and who gets his weekly "handout" firom dad never realizes the value <rf money;-; or the efforts required to make it and manage it, until he's on his own. 1 By then attitudes and habits are difficult to reverse. But the newspaperboy quickly learns valuable lessons that sitick. White making money on a newspaper route is important; the experience of getting- the-job-done-np-matter-what is more important. When through route management, responsibility and self-confidence are acquired at HOB early age, a newspaperboy has an advantage over other yomffrten Oat no amount of money can buy, : i If you're still wondering whether your son would benefit from newspaper';; route management, ask a community buaneatman or civic, leader, or better •till* phone our Ckcalatian Deyitrtmmt. Courier

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