The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1966 · Page 8
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MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh . San Fran. . Los Angeles philadel. St. Louis Cincinnati Atlanta .. Houston . New York Chicago Pet. G.B. .583 .582 .575 .541 .514 .509 .463 .454 .449 .327 1 4>,i 7% 8 13 14 27',2 Baltimore . Detroit .... Cleveland . California . Minnesota . Chicago ... New York Kansas City Washington Boston Friday's Results Chicago 4, San Francisco 3, JO innings St. Louis 7, New York 1 Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 3 Atlanta 9, Philadelphia 2 Los Angeles 12, Houston 1 Today's Games St. Louis at New York Atlanta at Philadelphia, N Cincinnati at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Chicago Los Angeles at Houston, N Sunday's Games St. Louis at New York 2 Atlanta at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Chicago Los Angeles at Houston Monday's Games Los Angeles at Atlanta, N San Francisco at Cincinnati 2, twi-night Only games scheduled BATTING LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. 70 38 58 48 57 50 57 51 55 53 53 55 49 59 48 59 50 63 45 66 Pet- G-B. .648 .547 11 .533 12'/4 .528 .509 .491 .454 .449 21>A .442 2214 .405 26te 13 15 17 21 Friday's Results Cleveland 5-0, New York 4-3 Washington 4, Baltimore 2 Detroit 2, Boston 0 Kansas City 4,Minnesota 2 ' Chicago 3, California 1 Today's Games Chicago at California, N Minnesota at Kansas City, twi-light Boston at Detroit New York at Cleveland Washington at Baltimore, N Sunday's Games Chicago at California Minnesota at Kansas City 2 Boston at Detroit 2 New'York at Cleveland 2 Baltimore at Washington Monday's Games Minnesota at Kansas City, N Detroit at Washington, N Cleveland at Boston, N Only games scheduled AN ALL-STAR IS HURT AND ANOTHER IS EMBARRASSED Well, They Still Have All That Money ....__.•.,.. _, • i._j >f *h» American 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting (250 at bats) - Alou, Pittsburgh, .344; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .325. ARKANSAS Runs—Alou and Aaron, Atlan- Amarillo ia, 78; Allen, Philadelphia, 71. Albuquerque Runs batted in—Aaron, Atlan- Austin ta, 85; Stargell, Pittsburgh, 73. Dal-FW Hits—Alou, Atlanta, 151; Cle- g] paso mente, Pittsburgh, 137. Doubles-Alou Atlanta, Phillips, Chicago, and Callison, Philadelphia, 24; Pinson, Cincinnati, 23. , Triples-McCarver, St. Louis' 11; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 9. , Home runs - Aaron, Atlanta, 81; Torre, Atlanta, 27. Stolen bases - Brock St. Louis, 43; Jackson, Houston 35. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (250 at bats)-01iva Minnesota, .322; Kaline, Detroit, .313. - Runs — F. Robinson, Baltimore, 84; Aparicio, Baltimore, 73. I Runs batted in — Powell and B. Robinson, Baltimore 82; F. Robinson, Baltimore, 77. • Hits — Oliva, Minnesota, 132; B. Robinson, Baltimore, 129. : Doubles — Yastrzemski Boston, 28; B. Robinson, Baltimore, 27. * Triples — Brinkman, Washington, 8; Campaneris and Hershberger, Kansas City, Aparicio, Baltimore, Scott, Boston and McAuliffe Detroit, 7. ' Home runs—F. Robinson Baltimore, 33, Pepitone, New York, 25. . Stolen bases-Agee, Chicago, J9; Buford, Chicago, 27. MINORS— TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pct.G.B. 64 46 59 49 58 43 53 58 49 60 47 64 .582 .546 .523 .477 .450 .423 1VA 14V 2 Friday's Results Dallas-Fort Worth 4, El Paso ) Austin 3, Amarillo 2 Albuquerque 5, ARKANSAS 3 Saturday's Games Albuquerque at ARKANSAS El Paso at Dallas-Fort Worth Austin at Amarillo By JOE MOOSHIL CHICAGO (AP) -The Green Bay Packers contend they weren't out for revenge when they manhandled the College All-Stars 38-0 Friday, but their victory might prove to be a costly one. Donny Anderson, the Texas Tech halfback who received $600,000 to sign with the Packers was limping in the All-Star dressing room after the game. Anderson, who started out as a flanker back, suffered the injury the first time he carried the ball as a running back. The Packers, who were defeated 20-17 by the All-Stars in 1963, were up for this game although Coach Vince Lombardi discounted any thoughts of revenge. * * * "Revenge? I don't believe in the word," said Lombardi. "I can't remember as far back as 1963, but the boys were really up for this one." Fullback Jim Grabowski of Illinois, who got nearly $300,000 for signing with the Packers, called the All-Star performance a little embarrassing. "I sure wish we had gone a little better than we did," said Grabowski. "It got a little embarrassing out there. But I'm sure glad I'm going to the Packers. They're a real good team." Head Coach John Sauer of the All-Stars couldn't hide his disappointment, but he dismissed all notions that the Packers were trying to run up a score to avenge their 1963 loss. * * * "Vince isn't that kind of a guy, and I know he wouldn't do anything like that," Sauer said. "Green Bay is a good team, and they had all the psychology going for them. I can't cry about our loss. We knew we had cover them up the best way we could. "There are certain things you need in a game like this, and we didn't have them. You just can't go out and get other players. "Our pass protection fell apart, and we didn't expect hat, because it had stood n practice." By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP)-"Revenge?" Vince Lombardi mulled the question, then said: "I don't believe In.the word. I can't remember as far back as 1963." But everyone knows that elephants and Vince Lombardis never forget, and in 1963 the College All-Stars whipped Lorn- PACIFIC COAST Portland 4-3, Oklahoma City 3- Hawaii 2, Spokane 1 Vancouver 6, Denver 2 Phoenix 3, Indianapolis 2, 11 innings Tulsa 3, San Diego 2 Seattle 4, Tacoma 2 up bardl't Green Bay Packers 2017. So even Lombardi had to admit thaf'the boys were really up for this one" when they completely crushed the richest assemblage of All-! 'tar talent in history 38-0 Friday before a crowd of 72,000. The National Football League champions not only matched the biggest previous shutout in the 33-game series while amassing 388 yards on the ground and in the air but also throttled their own million-dollar babies, Donny Anderson and Jim Grabowski. COURIER NEWS 1 SATURDAY, AUGUST (, 1DM ~ PAQ1 aaax LEGION FORECAST: A Warm Sunday By ED HAYES Sports Editor Dwight Williams is wondering if he broke off more than he can comfortably nibble on. The last regular season game for his American Legion baseball team—in an afterthought of scheduling— is here Sunday afternoon at 2:30 against Oakville of Memphis. The visitors call themselves Li'l Abners. They come from a splashy semipro city league made up exclusively of 19 and 20-year-olds. "They might be a bit too fast for us," the boss of the Dud Casons said. "But it PITCHING RECORDS NATIONAL LEAGUE '• Pitching (10 decisions) — Regan, Los Angeles, 10-1, .909; Perry, San Francisco, 16-2, .889. i Strikeouts — Koufax Los Angeles 220; Bunning, Philadelphia, 168. AMERICAN LEAGUE , Pitching (10 decisions) — Sanford, California, 11-3, .786; Mc- INTERNATIONAL Richmond 5-1, Rochester 1-3 Syracuse 4, Jacksonville 1 Toledo 12, Toronto 8, 10 in nings Buffalo 4, Columbus 2 Two-Hitter Hits Travs LITTLE ROCK (AP) - BUI Larkin's four-hitter and two- run rally in the ninth inning boosted Albuquerque to a 5-3 Texas League baseball triumph over Arkansas here Friday night. The Dodgers jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first two innings, with Larkin doubling to score Barry Erdos in the two-run second inning. Larry Stubing's fifth inning sota 158; Richert, Washington, 147. Friday *'s By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING - Ron Santo, Cubs, hit two home runs and a two-run single in the 10th inning, giving Chicago a 4-3 victory over San Francisco. i PITCHING — Steve Hamilton, Yankees, pitched a five-hit shutout over Cleveland in the second game of a doubleheader as New York won 3-0. Brothers Click \ LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Two brothers turned in three victories Friday and made it to ihe semifinals of the men's Doubles division of the state Closed tennis tournament. • Tommy Hudson and Bill Hudson took victories over Hal llncher and Fred Sweatt, David Reding and Mike Pellizza, and Dr. Joe Bissett and Murray Harding. • The Hudsons meet Larry Back and Joe Adams in today's iemlfinal. £ Adams plays top-seeded Jim jiaucedo and Back meets David Kossover in men's singles semifinals today. I home run which also scored Steve Huntz, who had singled. The winning runs came on Erdos' double, a fielder's choice, Willie Crawford's second hit of the game and an error. * * * In other Texas League games, Austin beat Amarillo 32 and Dallas-Fort Worth defeated El Paso 4-0 on Fred Norman's three-hitter. Albuquerque 120000002-8 Arkansas 000 010 200-3 Larkin, Boehlert (9) and Erdos; Montgomery, Cecil (7), Newton (8), Roque (9) and Breeden. 9 1 4 2 MIDGET BOSS INVITES YOU Twins convincingly eliminated Hawks last night 15-1 in the Midget League baseball tournament it Federal Compress Field. Tonight's game puts Burdette against Jaguars at 8. The doable-elimination tourney is scheduled to run every night next week. "We with more people would come out to see these youngsters in action," stat- R. D. Nash, Midget commissioner. HulHlNG IT'S LAST CALL FOR TEAL HUNTERS. The deadline for receiving the free—but necessary—teal permit is Aug. 10. All hunters, regardless of age, must have the permit to take in the special teal hunt, Sept. 10 through the 18th. Thus far, only 420 hunters have applied. Last year's hunt drew 5,400 applicants. A post card is O.K. Simply send your name, address, city and county of residence to the C&F Commission in Little Rock. In addition to the teal permit and valid Arkansas hunting license, hunters 16 and over-including hunters with lifetime permits-must also have a valid duck stamp to hunt green-Winged, blue-winged, and cinnamon teal. * * * Hunting dogs probably feel toward spring and summer as 12-year-old boys regard girls—this world would be better off without 'em. For a hunting dog, spring and summer seasons of loafing and waiting. It's also a season when some hunters may unintentially ignore their dogs needs. A dog's summer needs are simple. He needs shelter in a shady spot, lots of fresh water, good food and room in. which to run and exercise. But dogs permitted to run freei as a means of exercise are a menace to young game, in addition to risking death at the wheels of a car on the highway. Dogs are not allowed to run at large or unattended in game areas during May, June, and July, and cannot be turned loose to chase deer during the closed season. Dogs may be used to chase fox and racoon for pleasure, and all dogs must be licensed with the name and address of the owner either attached to a collar or tattoed in the dog's ear. A little summertime care for your dog could mean the difference between a good hunting season with Rover or a poor one. Having the dog penned up or licensed properly could also prevent a costly hunt. ought to be good experience any way you look at it." The Blytheville boys haven't played a game since winning the District 2-B tournament last Sunday. Even that wasn't much competition. The Casons swept through the five-day event without a serious challenge. No doubt they need the work and challenge, with the state Legion tournament due to open here Wednesday. Blytheville's first game in the state is Wednesday night at 8 against Kerwins of Fort Smith. There are three other battles Wednesday starting with Pine Bluff vs. De Janis of North Little Rock at 9 a.m. The other day frays are Bryant vs. Colonial of Little Rock at 1; and one that should be well-attended, that should be well attended, West Memphis vs. Batesville. Bryant, with a 22-3 record, reportedly has a hot-shot pitcher. Williams hasn't announced his starting pitcher for the Sunday game. Could be the skipper will want to look at several, including Walt Hampton whose back has been a problem. Some of the better known Oakville players are John Grice, Wally Walker and Grant Chambers. Grice and Chambers are from Memphis State. Admissions Sunday are 50 cents and 25 cents. Season tickets are still good. 57 yards to the six. The fened The two Packer rookies, Anderson with a $600,000 price tag and Grabowski with a $300,000 label, handled the ball seven times between them and wound up gaining 24 yards. While Grabowski and Anderson were being embarrassed, the two running backs they hope to replace, Jim Taylor and Paul Hornung, combined with quarterback Bart Starr as the Packers rolled relentlessly through the All-Star defense. Taylor ripped off 75-yards in 15 carries and scored on runs of one and 13 yards. Hornung carried nine times for 44 yards and set lip one touchdown before he had the wind knocked out of him and left. Starr completed 13 of 22 passes for 177 yards, hitting Boyd Dowler with a 10-yard touchdown pass and firing a 13- yard scoring strike to Bill Anderson. The other Green Bay touchdown was scored by Herb Adderley on a 34-yard run with an interception. Don Chandler kicked a 17-yard field goal. * * * The All-Stars, unable to penetrate past the Green Bay 45 in the first half while Steve Sloan of Alabama and Billy Anderson of Tulsa were handling the quarterbacking chores, had their biggest moment in the third quarter when Missouri quarterback Gary Lane raced ball oa the 13. Lane, the property NFL's Cleveland Browns; defensive back Notre Dame and Atlanta of the NFL, and defensiveback Rodger Bird of Kentucky and Oak- Packers, and took however, stif- over with the land of the American league were among the All-Star outs. of the Rassas of AT ARENA Negro Pair To Grapple Al Costello, who held one- half of the world tag team championship until Wednesday night in Nashville, is teamed with Steve Kovak in the professional wrestling main event at Legion Arena Tuesday night. Opponents are Luke Graham and Chin Lee. Two Negro grapplers are on the opening portion of the program, Sailor Tom Jones, 235, against Mad Murrell, 240. Costello and Blytheville promoter Herb Welch lost their world title belts to Luke Graham and Carl Von Brauner. Costello was signed to appear here when it was learned that 320-pound Moose Evans wrenched a knee and couldn't make it. Cheney Eliminated WHITHER, Calif. (AP) Jack Cheney Jr. of North tit- tle Rock, Ark., who won two rounds of match play in the U.S.G.A. Junior Golf Championship here, was eliminated Friday by a Pennsylvania youth. Jim Simonsof Butler ousted Cheney 4 and 3 to advance to the final eight in contention for the title. Simons was eliminated in a later match. David Matthews of Fayetteville, Ark., won a round Of match play Thursday before being eliminated the second time around. Remember Pay. Your Paper Boy 4" Foam Rubber For Couch & Chair CUSHIONS • All Sizes Cut to Order 60 Foam Rubber MATTRESS $10.00 ea. GILBERT'S 600 E. Main PO 3-6742 Resigns MEMPHIS-Bill Todd, familiar foe of the Blytheville High Chickasaws, has resigned as head basketball coach of Kingsbury High here. Todd, who opposed the Chickasaws while at Kingsbury and Portageville, is to supervise health and physical recreation programs for the Board of Education. No successor has been named. \ Promote Pearson There's No Substitute For Experience • Educated at Arkansas State and University of Arkansas Law School. • Practicing attorney since 1951 in Jonesboro. • Active in church, school, civic and law enforcement affairs. Pearson Has Earned 1 The Office Vote Tuesday For Gerald EARSON Pol. Ad Paid For By Gerald Pearson in JL LET'S NOT TURN BACK THE CLOCK. LIFT ARKANSAS TO NEW HEIGHTS! VOTE FOBS FRANK HOLT Virginia RoMiuon Freeda Snow Political Ad Paid JW By. Charlene Scott Patty 3. Fendler Annie Laurie Logan Doric Dap Linda Kenncr

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