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Dyftmfflt (Ark.) Courier News « Hanfcjr, Auiutt », 1NI<* ftf* W.' LJ Pet. G.B. S'franciseo'. 78 54 ,585'- Pittsburgh ... 76 54 .585 Los Angeles . 74 54 .578 I Phila 69 6,3 .523 8 St. Louis .... 67 63 .515 9 Cincinnati .. 65 65 .500 11 Atlanta 62 66 .484 13 Houston .... 60 70 .462 16 New York.... 56 75 .427 2CH Chicago ... .44 85 .341 3U& : Saturday's Results ' ~ St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 1 San Francisco 4, Los Angeles 2 Cincinnati 14-8, Philadelphia 7. 7 Atlanta 3, New York 0 Houston 5, Chicago 4 Sunday's Results St. Louis 3-1, .Pittsburgh 2-5 Los Angeles 5, San Francisco 2,.' ' ." > : - • ' " --.."• " '.'-' " . Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 8, New. York 4 *'^'Houston 4, Chicago 3 VF •'• -'- Today's Games-'- '" ; ' f'Lps Angeles at New York, Tf *"-San Francisco at Philadelphia, Si.' •-'••" " ' "-. ' '.' '•'' : - ! ; : Hquston1at.Pittsburgh; N • * : St. lams at Cincinnati, N V -Chicago; at AttantayN " .; a'\ • Tuesday's' GimesJ '••'.'• fr"Los Angeles at New York,; N San Francicso at Philidel- '• ^Houston ''"at .Pittsburgh,' ; !; St. Louis at'Cincinnati, 1 .'^Chicago at Atlanta, N : 15 15% 24 26% 27 WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) - Baseball doejn't have aJtalf- time like football but be How ton, Tex., Little League manager made an hour-long rainstorm serve the same purpose. Houston was trailing West New York, N.J., 2-0, in the Little League World Series cham- jionship game Saturday when he rains came in the third inning, Pep Talk Fires LL Champs " V .. 1 * ! Houston Manager Ray Plumb Jr. took the opportunity to deliver a pep talk. "Everybody got fired up," Steve Reeves, a Houston player, said, Texai returned to the diamond, loaded the bases and Reeves Swatted a single to score two'ruin. Houston went on to defeat 'the New Jersey team 8-2 and capture the 1966 championship. • Whopping Weekends Upcoming LR Pilots Dominate , ( . Willie Davit Hot LA Crowds SF By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Willie Davis' current hitting splurge may not win the National 'League . batting crown for him, but it could help win the National League pennant for the Los Angeles .Dodgers.. ;..;•••:, Davis, who - had spring . .523, .519 .515 , .508 :,455. .450 . .432. .430 M: AMERICAN £;'. : .". w. i. Vet.G.B. 'Baltimore .. 82 47 .636 — ..Detroit 69 59 '..539 ^Minnesota ..69 63 (Cleveland .'..'68 .63 ^Chicago ..... 68. 64 "California ...66 -64 J?asbington_.l,61-J3. New York.... 59 72 Kansas City .57 ..75 Boston .....: 58 77 Saturday's Results. . . . •^'Mmnesotfa"!, Chicago 0 ^Washington 3, Cleveland 1 , -'Boston 3, Baltimore 2 New York 11, Detroit 1 ^California 6,;Karisas Gity 5,11 •Innings •- • : " •'' '•' '• Sunday'si Results - Chicago 4-7, Minnesota 3-6, 1st game 15 innings, 2nd game 41 innings | Boston 3, Baltimore 2 i New York 8, Detroit 1 Washington 3, Cleveland 2 Kansas City 2,'California 1 Today's'Games Boston at California, N New York at Kansas City, N Washington at Minnesota, N Cleveland at Chicago, N Detroit at Baltimore, N Tuesday's Games Boston at California, N New York at Kansas City Washington at .Minnesota Cleveland at Chicago, N Detroit at Baltimore, N MINORS- TEXAS LEAGUE W. Li-.P.cti-G.B. ARKANSAS . 78 55 .586 Amarillo ... 72. 59 .550 5 Albuquerque 70 • 62 -.530 7% Austin ...... 63 70-.474 15 El Paso 57 75 .432-20% Dallas-FW...56 75 .427 21. ••-•• Sunday's Results ARKANSAS 2, Amarillo 1 Albuquerque-10, Austin 9 El Paso 3, Dallas-Fort Worth 2 Monday's Games No games scheduled INTERNATIONAL Saturday's Results Toronto 5, Buffalo 4 Rochester 4, Syracuse 0 Toledo 1-0, Jacksonville 9-8 Richmond 11, Columbus 2 Sunday's Results Richmond 4, Columbus 2 Toronto 5-4, Buffalo 4-2 Rochester 6, Syracuse' 3 Jacksonville 7, Toledo .1 •• thoughts of winning the -batting title, lashed four .hits for the second consecutive day as the •Dodgers defeated San-Francisco 5-2 Sunday.and moved to within one game of the league lead. The loss dropped the Giants into a tie for first with the Pittsburgh Pirates, who defeated St Louis 5-1 after losing the opener of the doubleheader 3-2. Davis' homer and three singles extended his streak to eight straight hits before he grounded but in the ninth inning. ; Since Aug. 6, when he" was hitting .268, the 26-year-old lefty has collected 36 hits in 96 at-bats tor a lust- ly .375 mark. r .-"'•' Over-all he's now hitting .289. Elsewhere in the National League Cincinnati stopped Philadelphia 5-2,.-Atlanta defeated New York 8-4~ and: -Houston edged Chicago 4-3.- Dayis' first-inning homer started 20-game winner Gaylord Perry on 'the way 'to "his fourth defeat. Jirrf Lefebvre'S : fourth- inning'homer'broke 3 a -1-1 "tie, and Davis singled in the seventh before Rmi Fairly homered. Dbn'Sutton allowed the Giants only five hits, nones between the second and eighth innings. Roberto Clemente doubled home two runs and scored another on Donn Clendenon's dou- jle as the .-Pirates erupted for four'runs "in the sixth inning of the nightcap. Bill Mazeroski added.a homer in the ninth. The Cardinals jumped in front in':the first inning of the iirst game as Ted Savage tripled in one-run and.score danother. Say- age got the triple when center fielder Matty Alou misjudged his line drive. Jim Maioney and Don Notte- bart combined for a five-hitter against Philadelphia. Cincinnati battered Larry .Jackson for three runs in the first inning and went on to their fifth straight victory. Vada Pinson homered, for the Reds in the third. .. Homers by Ed Mathews anc Rico Carty powered Atlanta past New York. Met errors by Ed Kranepool and Ken Boyer accounted for three more Braves' runs. . John Bateman's single trig gered a two-run, fourth-inning rally that sent Houston to its fifth straight triumph. Bateman scored on' Randy Hundley's passed ball, and Joe Morgan singled home the second run. Ne\v Yank Adjusts PACIFIC COAST •".'. Saturday's Results Denver 4-16, San Diego 1-21 Phoenix 8-5, Oklahoma Gity 5-1' " - .""".' ."' Vancouver at Portland, rain Spokane 6,.Seattle 0 Indianapolis.2, Tulsa 1 • • Tiicoma 3, Hawaii 2 Sunday's Results Vancouver 6-4, Portland 4-5 Tocoma 3-7, Hawaii 1-0 . Tulsa 5-3, Indianapolis 2-2 Spokane 4-1, Seattle 2-2.... . Phoenix 9-3, Oklahoma City 8) . Only games scheduled • •ill illllllllllllillillilAllllllllDIIIIWinn' llllllllllllil Sunday ifc V iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiinnln' BATTIN.Gr wi l lie Dodgers, rapped a home run and three singles for a string of eight straight hits in a 5-2 victory over an Francisco.' PitCHING-rJim'.Nasii, Athletics, scattered six hits in beating California 2-1' for his ninth victory against a single loss.'' By DICK COUCH Associated ; Press Sports Writer ' Steve Wnitak'e'r :'"' learning to ive with himself but the Detroit Tigers still haven't found a way to live With Whitaker.' .Whitaker, finishing his first week in the American League Sunday, slugged a grand-slam wmer as the New York Yan- tees whipped Detroit 8-1, completing a three-game sweep and all but finishing the Tigers as rennant contenders. . . The 22-year-old outfielder, jrought up from the Yankees' Toledo farm club last.Monday, clubbed Tiger pitching for seven iits — including a homer in each game — and;drove in seven runs while boosting his seven-game batting mark to...391._ Not long ago,'however, Whitaker was battling hirnself as well as opposing pitchers. "If I lad a .couple of bad .days," he said, "I'd get all nervous and tensed up! I'm a streaky guy. I go good~for a while, and then I go bad for a while. "I've gotten over this prob- Jem, though. I don't let a bad day bother me." : Whitaker had enough good days — 30 home runs and a .300 batting average at Toledo and Columbus, Ga., this year — to merit promotion to New York. It appears he is there to stay. While Whitaker's grand slam and rookie Fritz Peterson's six- hit pitching were taming the Tigers, the Boston Red Sox edged Baltimore 3-2, leaving the Orioles 12% games in front of runner-up Detroit.' . *. *.. * Elsewhere, . Kansas City nipped California 2-1; Washington shaded Cleveland 3-2 and Chicago swept a marathon doubleheader from Minnesota, 4-3 in 15 innings and 7-6 in 11. Singles by Horace Clarke and Bobby Richardson and an intentional walk to Tom Tresh set the stage for Whitaker's fifth-inning slam into the right-field, bleachers. In the sixth, Whitaker again tame up with the -bases.- loaded but Detroit reliever Orlando Pena balked a run across and the Yankee rookie then grounded, out. , '.• •-. .. -••"• , Joe Foy's run-scoring single in the seventh snapped a 2-2 tie and gave the.Red Sox their second straight 3-2 decision over Baltimore. • Carl Yastrzemski had pulled Boston even'in the fifth with an RBI single, chasing Orioles starter Jim Palmer. Jim Nash, the Athletics' sensational rookie; checked California on six hits for his ninth victory in 10 decisions. Sixth-inning singlet by Phil Roof and Larry Stahl delivered .Kansas City runs. The Senators broke a 2-2 deadlock on Jim King's two-ou single in the ninth inning and extended their winning string t( five games. King's hit scorec Willie Kirkland, .Who had walked and moved up on Bob Saverines's infield single. Tommie Agee's run-scoring single in the 15th pushed Chica go-past the Twins in the opener ending a four-game losing string for the White Sox, and Jerry Adair won the second game with a lead-off homer in the :lth. Harmon Killebrew hom- ered in each game for the ! It was Little Rock night at Blythevilli Speadway last night. John Sugg on Little Rock won the Clan A feature and Wayne Hatdin of Little Rock was runnerup: -The procedure was reversed, in the Class A fast heat. Otto Scrape of Blythe- yille arrived- in third place in the super-modified feature.- . •. -, - -.. • - • * . :*i ; : .* ; ; A pair of Blytheville drivers won the Class C races. Harvey Tucker was first in the slow,,heat, while Joe Fisher came in ahead of the pack in the fast heat. Larry Barnum of Portageville, in a borrowed car, ran first in th .Class.C feature. , Jack Lamb of Memphlf wa» tha Class A slow winner. * * * : Wayne Woodwai'. of Blytheville develop* fuel troij- ble while running second in the claw A feature and had to pull out. Hooker Hood of Memphis wasn't in this field. : . Harold Pery,. Speedway manager, has announced that next Sunday . night's card, a Labor Day Weekend Special, is to be the last of ithe season. ' Chief attraction it the |300 V feature. Plus iour C races, .with $100 on the feature and $60 tor the Mini-feature. •Red Gill at Cottonwood Raceway near .Osceola has announced » double*arr«l- .ed program for the Labor •Day weekend, Friday and ; Monday nights, $300 for both .Class,A features, plus. $100 for the top driver with points added up from both --nights-of-competition -.. Sellers Snares Drag Trophy PARAGOULD — Jimmy Sellers of Biytheville, one of the top dragiteri in the mid-wuth, won t first place trophy »t the draf-strip races here Sunday afternoon. Driving a 'H Chevrolet In Class E/modlfled production, be was timed at 11.1 on the quarter-mile strip. BiTTER OFF THAN THf DOLfHINS Falcons 'Real Football team' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "They're .a real --; football team." •-•-•'•• :••--. ••••• •- ; Atlanta Coach Norb'Hecker said it — and even he had to be imong the doubters until Saturday night when his new Falcons, a cast of hand-me-downs and rookies, posted victory No. 1 in the National Football League:by upending San Francisco 24-17 in an exhibition game. The Falcons not only scored their first victory but slipped in i louder than, words,, the Dolphins ahead of the American League's | are still wlnle'ss and. the Falcons tti_ M l TVttnliiMi. an.4 A\A inct aren't Miami Dolphins and what everyone was saying they couldn't. When the two leagues, stocked the-expansion clubs, it was generally considered that the AFL had -been more generous and that the Dolphins had. received stronger talent than the Falcons did from the stocking plan-in ihe NFL. Victories, .however, speak Look At It This Way: Bills Are AFL's Best By MIKE RATHET . Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK. (AP) - The site isn't set yet, and the date hasn't been fixed but whsn.the Nation- Twins, raising his season total to 30. 'LONDON, Ont. (AP) - ack Mclntyre, former National Hockey League player and coach of' the London Nationals last season, has been named manager-coach of the Johnstown Jets of the Eastern Hockey League. . al and .'American' football leagues meet in. a championship Super Bowl at the end of the year the AFL's standard-bearer will-be the Buffalo Bills That, at least, is what it says here, now. The Bills, with a strong offensive-line, a-veteran 4efense and enough offense to cause more than an . occasional ripple, should mike it to ; ' ; the'AFL throne room for an unprecedented third straight time. While the Bills seem to be the cream of the East, a .three-way battle could develop in the Western Division with the San Diego Chargers right now getting the edge over the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs. However, a majoi shift in personnel — the much-discussed trade that would send fullback Cookie Gilchrist from Denver to Oakland — could shift the favorite's role. Here's the way the entire race looks from this viewing spot. Eastern Division — 1, Buffalo. 2. New York. 3, Houston. 4, Bos- City. 4, Denver.. ... The Bills not only have proven hies but have found a replacement for kicking specialist Pete Gogolak. in Booth Liisteg, an rthodox hooter who seems to jave more range. Quarterback ack Kemp's life could be made asier this year by the returii of eceivers.. El Duberiioh. . and Jlenn Bass while Arkansas ookie Bob Burnett cduld add ome running power. The Jets likely will go as far as Joe Namath's legs. If the ;400,000,quarterbacis; n.isses .any appreciable time, it could'be a a difficult year. Mat Snell should ilossom as a fullback and Emerson Boozer of Maryland State may add a jreak-away threat mt depth could be problem. ton. 5, Miami. . Western Division — Diego. 2, Oakland. 3, 1, San Kansas Annour.eing Opening Of Skidmore Piano Co. Music Studio Instruction in Piano & Organ by MISS SANDRA SALIBA,B.M.L Classes Begin Sept. 1st 101 E. Main, Blytheville, Ark. PO 3-7971 Blytheville Commission Sales FINALLY! — A MARKET PLACE WHERE YOU CAN SELL - BUY or TRADE— Cars - Trucks - Tractors - All Farm Equip. WE_ARE YOUR AGENTS What You Need to Sell—We Know Someone Who Needs to Buy 941 S. Division PO 3-6810 Johnson Blackwell Adrian Russel SPRAY NOW FOR WORMS In Cotton and Beans Save More of Your Profit* JOHN BRIGHT FLYING SERVICE aren't.. : . .".. .*-" .*,.'.* , Hecker, meanwhile, singled out two rookies for particular praise — quarterback Randy Johnson of Texas A&I and linebacker Tommy Nobis of Texas. ..Johnson', getting his fjrst.long look.'at'.quarterback, completed 13; of. 21 passes .'for .285 yards ; engineered' scoring drives of.77 87 and 79 yards and clinched the victory over the 49ers with a.35- yard scoring strike to Alex lawkins. - . "I thought-Randy did a beautiful job," said Hecker. "I didn'i send in but one or two plays al night. Nobis? What can you say abSut him? He played as -well as ever — and that's tremendous..' • - ••_•' *' *.-»••.. " .-While the Falcons broke their winless streak, the Dallas Cow >oys won their fifth without i i6ss l by downing Detroit 2040 Green Bay throttled Pittsburgh 17-6, Los Angeles wallped St Louis 32-14 and- Philadelphia edged New York 24-23. In American League action preparatory to Friday's regula season opener-between the Do phins :and Oakland > at Miam Kansas City 'finished unbeaten after a 31-20'Victory over Hous ton, the New York Jets upende' Buffalo 34-17; -Oakland humble Denver 52-21 and San Dieg crushed Boston 31-13. SHORT SHORTS ..-:.,• ' ^"i \ VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) -No matter wliere j jhe raiet ti r*W, if Don ScholUnder ta in it, he'i uMitlly v«ry nucb In the swim of things. ' Schollander, who wu outiUrtdlng in DM recent U.S. National AAU Outdoor Swimming and Diving Champlooi, equal* td the world record for the 110-yard freeityle Sunday at the .closing ot the British Columbia centennial meet. . He won the event In M.I seconds, tying the mark set in the meet Thursday by Zac Zorn of Los Angeles. SchoUand- •er-'s clocking came In a special tune trial . , . ..COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - Cecil D«j of Glen- 'dale,'Calif., a former resident of Fayetteville, Ark./wori the «th annual World Seniors Golf 'Tournament:Saturday over W. A. (Junie) Dowell of Walnut Ridge, Ark.; ' .. Dees took a 4 and J victory in the It-hole final of the •tournament, which was for players 55 or.older. He wnk_ 25-putts on the first two holes to go 2-up and maintained that, advantage through the turn. He had another long putt, 30 feet, to,win the 10th. .,, .. : . • : !:" ""' : - . * : ••^••-••-'••- "'-..:. •'• LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Tulsa of the Pacific Coast League hag called up Arkansas outfielder Joe Patterson for the remainder of the season. Patterson, who hit .268 for the Travelers oins the Oilers today. The Travelers Mild Roger Robinson of Cedar Rapids in the Midwest League will replace Patterson on the Arkansas roster. ,.,..,..,,,....... .... «• . ..... ....... ....... -;., TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Vernon Rapp, ..31, manager of the Arkansas Travelers, was named Texas League manager .of the year- Saturday night.: Rapp's -085611811 team leads the AA league going into the last" days $ the season. ., He barely" missed winning the honor last year whence .directed Tulsa to the Eastern Division titleLbiitlpst -off to Albuquerque. The Texas ; League has. nsdivisions thji 'year.' ' "' ~ '' .' ' ' , • :•..-.•. The voting was done by sports writers and other league managers.' . . " ' ".' "'.:,'.:'/.." '•-.:••- ':''!:• • -• •.':.•: -v '" '•' =•' ' "'• - ''• • • • .-:.:•:, WILMOT ; — A partial fish.kill taktplace at.-'*a.m. Saturday, Aug. 28, on Lake Enterprise, The Fisheries Division of the G&F is to conduct the operation in 100 acres of ..the-300-acre.lake that.border's the Wilmot city limits.- -i,ake-Enterprise was once noted for its-big bream but to recent years ft e fish-have declined insize..- Rotenoii*.-c,hem> "cai is to be used for the fish kill, and the pubjic to; invited to .lielp salvage the edible fish, primarily bream,. b,, pappie, 'and "buffalo. "••'" "'"' '• ',.'•_ VJ;- : ^'.-n:' *,.:•:_ "iNVESfMENT .-'• "invest $3W .to $MX» sifely to connection ,w'fth.» .nationally - advertisefl business now oper&tlng in- Mississippi- County Investment should b« recovered. within two yt*i» with profit 'assured. 'All' fepliel confidential. Writer ' ...... ' '" Mr. C. R. Donaldson Box {72 Littta Rock, Ark. GENERAL MACHINE WORK & WttDBIB • TOOL AND DIE WORK • HEAT TREATING ^ENGINEERING And DESIGNING; BI IVI/m AI C Manufociurittg end BARKSDAlt "-cwn, *o,*« 325 South Broodwoy . PO 2-2911 Why should our son have a newspaper route? CALL JO 4-2475 manage a newspaper route? . . Mopt any educator or businessman will tell you why in ihwe sim^e worfi it buflds character. Oftentimes the youngrfer who grows up ia comfortable cntaniMtanfje* and , w£ g^hb weeMy '^dout" torn dad^^ or the efforts required to make it and manage it, until be s on h» own. By then attitudes and habito are difficult to reverie. But the new««p«boy quiddy barn* valuable le«ona that «tict WWJp m^mon^n^perwutei.^^ the-job-done-no-matter-what -k more important When ftrough mponsibaity and nce «» c **" mse. •ge, a n«npaperbpy hae an advantage over other •mount of money can buy. .. ••• .• • - .. . _. If you're irtfll wondering whether you? «on would benefit route management, wk a communi^ buaineiiimiin or, cmC; bttty itiU, phOQi oar Cjrmi1»tinn DWurtmant. Blytheville Courier News

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