The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1966 · Page 6
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TO PEEK AT THE CHICKS? Tonight By ED HAYES, Sports Editor Football fans are invited to sit in on Blytheville High's Haley Field football scrlmm»g« tonight. Spectators are asked to bring a bar of soap-Brand X will be just fme-for ad- n " S First game for the Chickasaws is a week from tonight at Helena. First home game is the following Friday against Cape Girardeau Central. The Chicks have five games a home this year and five away. Tthey're competing in the Eastern Division of Class AAA this year, with Jonesboro, McClellan and Mabeivale. . ... , K , HA .. Cornered last night, Bob Williams said he was not prepared to issue a roster by positions yet. "We're going to give out jerseys tomorrow night," he said. Not Quite Enough Beans to Go Around Third step in the "opening" of the BHS grid season took place last night (light workouts and all-out practices were first) when the Chickasaw Athletic Club presented its annual kickoff barbecue at Walker Park. About 400 dinners were served. Guest speaker was Bennie Ellender, successful football coach at Arkansas State College. Other A-State coaches present were Don Floyd, John Rose, former BHS grid coach Bill Templeton, and athletic director J. A. (Ike) Tomlinson. The Blytheville coaches were there also: Bob Williams, Dwight Williams, BUI McFarland, Alan Stolt, Fred Mitchell, Jack Goodmsn and Jim Dixon. * * * J. K. Williams, school superintendent, was master of ceremonies. Other Blythe- THE 'DEAN' — Bobby Dean, In his,second term as president of the Chickasaw Athe- letic Club, explains his football theories to coaches (from left) Bennie Ellender, Bob Williams and Bill Templeton, following the kickoff barbecue here last night. Dean is a successful coach in his own right (his Fairview Warriors are defending champions in the Grade School League). "I'll never be able to iive this picture down," he said. (Courier News Photo) BRANDT KNOCKS DOWN BUGS Donnie K Scores By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer When the Philadelphia Phillies talk about flakes, they don't mean the breakfast variety. Jackie Brandt, Philadelphia's journeyman outfielder, is the Phillies' own personal one-man show. He was one man too many for the Pittsburgh Pirates 1 Thursday night, Brandt drove in two runs with a single and double as the Phillies downed Pittsburgh 4-1 behind Jim Bunning's eight-hitter. The defeat dropped the Pirates into second place in the National League, one-half game behind the idle San Francisco Giants. * * * In baseball parlance, a flalie is an off-beat player who is somewhat eccentric. Brandt fills the bill perfectly. Take the ice cream incident in spring training, for example. Brandt and a teammate decided they'd like a snack after dinner. "Okay," said the teammate, "there's an ice down the block." cream place "No, no," insisted Brandt. "I want to place." That was fine with Brandt's teammate except that flie 28- flavor spot was 30 miles away. But Brandt won the argument and the teammates took the ride. When they reached their destination, the other player ordered something scrumptious — the kind of treat you'd find in a 2(Mlavor spot. And Brandt? "I'll take vanilla," he deadpanned. Now that's a flake. * * ' * The Pirates didn't think he was very funny though. His fourth-inning double brought Dick Groat home with Philadelphia's second run of Sie inning. Johnny Callison had singled and scored on Groat's double. In the sixth, Richie Allen singled, moved up on a sacrifice, and rode home on Brandt's second hit of the night. In the only other National League game played Thursday, Chicago nipped New York 3-2. * * * The Cubs beat the Mets in the ninth inning for the second straight day when Don Kessinfr er scored the winning run on rookie Bill Kepler's wild pitch. Kessinger and Glenn Beckert had opened the ninth with singles. After Billy Williams fouled out, Ron Santo walked, filling the bases. Then the first pitch to Ernie Banks was"wild, allowing Kessinger to score. John Boccabella and Byron Browne slammed home runs for the Cubs while Larry Elliot connected for New York. ville people who talked were Bill Wyatt and Mayor Jimmie Edwards. Ellender gave a boost to the boosters, both the A- State and BHS supporters, saying: "We couldn't function without "em." The coach said he had a "miserable 2-6 year" in his first season at A-State. The Indians advanced to 7-0-2 the following year and then were 6-3 in 1965. "We beat the alumni 34-8 this year," he pointed out, "so we're off to a good start." Ellender lauded the work of ex-Chickasaw Dick Hitch- ey. The Indians intercepted 17 passes and Dick accounted for eight. "That's good in any league," Bennie said. * * * The shiny-headed coach directed most of his talk to the football Chickasaws, capping his message with the advise that they must develop a will to win. He said there's value simply in participation . but there's more to it than that. "Any time a score is kept, it matters more than just how you play the game. "It matters if you win or lose." The BHS pep band, furnished by Bob Lipscomb, offered some outstanding eat- out music. "I don't think I've ever heard the band play better," Bob Dean said. All in all, a fine feast. For the mosquitoes, too. iiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Fights Junie Enters World Semifinals COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo, (AP)T-Waltir (J«nle) Dwell of wamut Ridge, Ark., edged. Into th« semifinals of the World Senior Golf Championship here Thursday with t tup victory over David Goldman of Dallas. Others advancing.to today's semifinals were Merrill Carlsmith or Hilo, Hawaii, who will face Dowell, and Cecil Dees of Clnedale, Calif., and Ward Watson of Le Mesa, Calif. Action at Cottonwood Hooker, Wayne, Track OK Track conditions should be ideal at Cottonwood Raceway outside Osceola tonight for the duel between Hooker Hood of Memphis and Wayne Woodward of Ely- thevllle. Both stock car drivers said yesterday they would have their cars ready to go. Time trials are at 6:30, races at 8:15. There has been more than a tincture of bad blood be- tween the two drivers, so most mid-south racing fans are looking forward to the program with glee. * * * .did the kids probably want to know what's in store for them. Bubble gum or cokes from Wayne? Free rides from Hooker? Both sprint-car aces have predicted victories. Well, dead heats- are certainly Whitey Ford's Condition 'Good' ' . i.i-Mt <*Am Am Travs Lose a Crucial One LITTLE ROCK (AP)- Ama- rillo'got six runs in the third inning for a 6-2 Texas League baseball victory over Arkansas here Thursday night to open a crucial four-game series. The Amarillo victory brought the Sonics to within four games of league-leading Arkansas. Four of the six runs were un- U.S. Team Scores FRANCA, Brazil (AP) — Warren Armstrong threw in 30 points and led the touring Wichita State University basketball team from the United States to a 67-57 victory over the Dos Bagres team Thursday night. earned, after an error by shortstop Steve Hunlz. Pitcher George Gerberman got his 10th victory in holding Arkansas to five hits. The Travelers have 10 games left. * * * In other Texas League games, El Paso beat Dallas- Fort Worth 8-4 and Albuquerque beat Austin 6-4. * * * Amarillo ..006000000-660 Arkansas . 020 000 000-2 5 2 Gerberman and Hoffman; Torrez, Roque (3), Cecil (6), Hagen (9) and Zeller. W-Gerberman, 1-2. -L—Torres, 3-8. HR—Arkansas, Huntz (11). HOUSTON (AP) -r- Whitey Ford New York Yankees veteran pitcher, was reported in good condition today after a shoulder operation his surgeon described as successful. The left-hander had gone on baseball's disabled list earlier in the week after complaining of cramps in his pitching arm. * * * .A St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital bulletin said tests and examinations disclosed a blockage in . . i__ it..i MimnllOQ vein was taken from one of Ford's legs Thursday and grafted to the shoulder area to form a bypass of the blocked area. A doctor said there is no rea. son why Ford should not return to full activity. FARMINGTON, N,M. (AP) - Tordena, Calif,, beat Toledo, Ohio, 10-0 Thursday night on Dave McCormick's no-fritter for the Connie Mack League Baseball World Series Championship. ^— Ben Hogan Clubs (Custom Fitted) Hogan Bags by Burton Foot joy Golf Shoes (Special Order) Men's Golf Shirts (Catalina) Ladies Golf Blouses (Catalina) THE PRO SHOP Blyrheville Country Club Bob Boyd, Pro. Pro Shop Merchandise Only iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii PORTLAND, , Maine — Milo Calhoun, 165, Kingston, Jamaica, outpointed George Benton, 164, Philadelphia, 10. LOS ANGELES - Jesus Pimentel, Mexico, knocked, out Irish Jackie Burke, Saint John's, N.B., 4, bantamweights. LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Bud Huntley, 159, Los Angeles, out- pointed Gene Bryant, 155%, Henderson, Nev., 10. NEW YORK-Johnny Persol, 180%, Brooklyn, outpointed James J. Woody, 193%, New York, 10. TOKYO - Takffshi Fuji, 140, Japan, knocked out Shigeru Ogi- wara, 137V4, Japan, 2. Coach Returns To St. Joseph's PHILADELPHIA MeKinriey was named head basketball coach at St. Joseph's College today, returning to the school where he led the freshman team through several brilliant seasons., McKinney replaces Jack Ramsay i who resigned from his psst with the nationally ranked Hawks to become general manager of the Philadelphia 7Sers pro basketball team. , Lou Boudreau's Son-in-law Ready To Star in Some Films of His Own go to that 28-flavor By RON RAPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer The next time Lou Boudreau brings out his movie projector and subjects son-in-law Denny McLain to films of the 1948 playoff game for the pennant between Cleveland and Boston, the young Detroit hurler can COURIER NEWS Friday. August 26, 1866 PAGE, £12 produce a few reels of his own | and demand equ$l time. > .fthmo aufrom a pur of two-hitters, also from I performances came when he " - -- the At the Alfstar break, he was 13-4. earlier in Academy the season, but Award winner the Bllt lnl • is lumps. he began Thursday's two-hit performance, complete with happy ending, an 8-0 Tiger victory over Chicago. McLain's previous low-hit BIG SWIM IS TODAY Two age divisions of boys are scheduled to take part in a swimming meet this afternoon at 5 o'clock. Site of the competition is Jesse Coalter's Clearpool at Walker Park. The meet is primarily for boy scouts and YMCA members but independents were permitted—and encouraged— to enter. The age groups are 10-13; and 14-16. Dr. Jack Webb is sponsor. ^iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiw It took Denny five tries to win his 14th and five more before he got number 15 Thursday. The fact that it came on such a sharp performance has to give McLain and the Tigers hope that he's ready to resume his leading-man role. * * * Boudreau, on the other hand, may find that his hours behind his projector are going to increase. As McLain explains it, whenever he and his wife, Sharyn, who is Boudreau's "If I've seen that film once," said McLain, I've seen it a thousand times. I'm just glad I didn't have to pitch to that man. Boy, was he tough." The Chicago batters were anything but tough Wednesday, though. Only Ken Berry, with a double in the fourth, and Jerry Adair, who beat out a single in the eighth, managed hits. The Tigers, though, started hitting early. They got three runs in the first inning, two in the second and, to round things out, three more on a Dick McAuliffe homer in the fifth. 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