The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1968 · Page 10
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Osceola Program Varied Al Marques MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS National League .. W L Pet GB St. Louis .... 19 10 .655 San Fran ..'; 15' 14 ' .517 4 Atlanta 16 15 .516 4 Pittsburgh ... 14 14 .500 4% Chicago ... .15 16 .484 5 Cincinnati ... 14 15 .483 5 Phila 14 15 .483 5 Los Angeles . 14 16 .467 5% Houston 14 16 .467 5V4 New York ... 12 16 .429 6& Monday's Results Atlanta 4, Philadelphia 2 St. Louis 1, Pittsburgh 0 Chicago 5, Los Angeles 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games Cincinnati at New York, N Atlanta at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Pittsburgh, N Houston at San Francisco, N Chicago at Los Angeles, N Wednesday's Games Houston at San Francisco Chicago at Los Angeles, N St. Louis at Pittsburgh N Atlanta at Philadelphia, N- Cincinnati at New York, N American League WL Pet. GB Detroit ...U; 18- 10 .643 Baltimore ... 16 12 .571 2 Cleveland ... 16 12 .571 2 Minnesota ,.16 14 ;533 .3 Oakland 14 15 .483 4% Boston ...... 13 15 .464 5 Washington . 13 15 .464 5 California ... 14 17 .452 5% New York ... 13 17 .433 6 Chicago ..... 10 16 .385 T Monday's Results No games scheduled Oakland at Minnesota, N Baltimore at Detroit, N New York at Cleveland, N California at Chicago, N Washington at Boston, N Wednesday's Games New York at Cleveland Washington at Boston California vs. Chicago at Milwaukee, N Oakland at Minnesota, N Baltimore at Detroit, N Meet Postponed Again LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Meet of Champions, Arkansas feature high school track mee of the year, was postponed foi the second time because o heavy rains, the state Athletic Association announced. The meet, originally set fo: last Saturday and then reset fo tonight, will now be held Thurs day night at Quigley Stadium here. The association also said th state tennis and golf tourna ments, scheduled to have begur Monday and today, repective ly, will be held sometime dur ing the first week of June. Pony League Work Today Pony Legaue tryouts will be held today at Pony League Fielt at 5:30 BUT they are for onlj those young men who did nol get to try out last Thursday. In the event of further rain today, these tryonts will be helt tomorrow at the same time came place. OlllillllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Minors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toledo 6, Louisville 0 Only game scheduled Pacific Coast League San Diego 7, Denver 6 Phoenix 4, Tfllsa, 3; 10 innings Indianapolis at Oklahoma City, rain Only game scheduled MEXICO CITY (AP) - The Mexican Olympic Committee announced Monday night the nomination of Peter Cellierrs, of New York, as foreign press coordinator, for the Mexican Olympic gamei ta October. , DBiannffl^^ Monday -jfc-'s By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING - Nelson Briles, Cardinals, stopped Pittsburgh on four hits in hurling St. Louis to a 1-0 victory over the Pirates. BATTING - Ernie Banks, Cubs, slugged his 447 career homer, a two-run shot that wrapped up Chicago's 5-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. TOKYO - Jaguar Kakizawa, 132%, Japan, stopped Raymund Rivera, 133K, Philippiens, 9. By Frank Ellis Courier News Sports Editor Baseball, swimming, tennis, archery . . . you.name it, and the youngsters and adults of the Osceola area will have access to it and a number of other sports activities in the forthcoming summer season. Alvehy Marques, South Mississippi County YMCA director, has announced that a busy summer is in' store for' the residents in and around Osceola. The city's overall summer program will be conducted in three sections of town—Florida Park, East Elementary playground and Rosenwald playground. At the moment, eight persons, including Marques,-will have a hand in the supervision of the many activities. Darrel! Donaldson will serve as physical director while coaches Phillip Petray and Phillip Morrow will lend him close assistance. James Caldwell will supervise the recreational action at the Rosenwald . site with Cynthia Little, Carolyn George and Jeanne Smith overseeing the activities of female participants. * * * The recreational program for the city of Osceola is executed by the Osceola and South Mississippi County YMCA. The Y program, not limited to recreational activities but including educational, social and spiritual aspects, is supported through contributions from the city, civic clubs, merchants, in- piiiEiniiiiiinniiuiiniiiiiiinniinoiniinniiviii COURIER NEWS dustries and individuals. * * * Baseball action will be available at four levels, according to a plan supervised by Marques. Pee Wees under 10 years of age will be taught the fundamentals of baseball and their action will not be as an organized league. Approximately 45 boys are expected to take part. The City Little League, for boys from 10-13, is expected to carry six to eight -teams. Each team will have 15 players and will be coached by volunteer managers. . A City Major League (14-17 year olds) will be formed this season with volunteers again serving as coaches. County League action will feature Little and Pony teams organized from the above groups. To be coached by paid personnel, they will travel around the county for regular games. * * * Softball will see a junior and senior league for girls. Ages ten through 13 and 14 to 17 will make up the respective rosters. Young kdies are hoping to organize into one or two teams in ari effort to play, teams in other parts of the state. Men's slow-pitch Softball action 1 should involve eight to 10 squads. Last year, eight teams saw action. ' * * . * . ' Swimming activities will be varied. A water safety campaign, an aquatic institute (to quailfy leaders and instructors), and junior and senior life-saving courses are among the projects, Two groups, from Florida Park and Riverlawn Country Club, will swim together at .various meets in the.state representing Osceola. Over 60 swimmers are expected to take part. Skin and scuba diving, a progressive aquatic program, water ballet, special evening classes for teeners and adults as well as family nights at the pool are also among planned projects. * * .* Tennis instruction will 1 be offered to all age groups. Classes are to be divided as last year and a tournament open to all age brackets will highlight the tennis sessions. Archery, trampoline work, tumbling, soccer, kick ball, ping pong, billiards and informal Softball will also be available. These indoor and outdoor sports will be available all summer, every afternoon except on Saturdays. Anyone interested in further information on any of these programs can receive more details by calling Marques at the Osceola YMCA, L03-5542. Dancer's 'Image' Is Still Clouded LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Dancer's Image's owner Peter Fuller and trainer Lou Cavalaris have left Louisville. But the hearing in the disqualification of the gray colt as Kentucky Derby winner continues at Churchill Downs today. "We'll be back Wednesday REVISED SCENE morning," Fuller said as he prepared to board a plane for Baltimore after testifying in the first day of the stewards' hearing Monday. The owner and trainer said they were asked by the stewards to attend a session Wednesday, perhaps to offer more testimony. Today, however, the two were to supervise a workout for Dancer's Image, now in training for the Preakness this Saturday. At the first day of the hearing, which lasted 11% hours, eight or wore witnesses offered testimony or evidence. However, no one divulged what transpired at the closed session, which .was cloaked by tight security. The hearing is intended to determine who is to blame for the appearance of phenylbut'azone in the colt's system after the running of the.Derby May 4. Cavalaris' reputation is at staSe, plus he could be suspended from handling Fuller's string. In addition,. Fuller says he won't run Dancer's Image in the Preakness if Cavalaris cant saddle him. j* * * Fuller already has lost the $122,600 Derby purse because of the drug incident. The money presumably will be awarded to Calumet Farm's Forward Pass. However, any distribution of the purse awaits an order from the stewards, which will be issued only after completion of the hearing. Besides Fuller, trainer Cavalaris and two members of Fuller's stable staff gave testimony. Also before the stewards Monday were Dr. Alex Harthill, in whose barn Dancer's Image was quartered before the Derby; Doug Davis, who had his racing string in the next barn, . and two. representatives of the drug testing firm that found phenylbutazone in the colt's urine. THIS SCENE is typical of the action which will be taking place in the summer months in the Osceola area. Basketball will be but one of a number of indoor and outdoor act- ivities available to the young people of the community under the directorship of Al Marques and the South Mississippi County YMCA. (Courier News Photo) Missions Maul Traveling Travs SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)San Antonio pushed across four runs in the seventh inning Monday night and defeated Arkansas 7-3 in a Texas League baseball game. The Missions got to Traveler relief pitcher Joe Hamende for four consecutive singles to break a 3-3 tie. Hemende threw only four pitches and Mike Klahr, Archie Reynolds, Tom Simon and Tom Krawczy singled on each of them. Both teams .scored solo: runs in the third while Arkansas added two in the fifth on back-to-, back doubles by Joe DiFabio and Quique Rivera and a single by Mike Christino. ' < The Missions added two runs in the sixth. In other Texas League action, Albuquerque beat Dallas-Fort Worth 5-4, El Paso stopped Shreveport 5-1 and Memphis beat AmariUo 11-7. •; Arkansas .. 001 020 000-3 10 3 S. Antonio 001 002 40x-7 11 1 DiFabio, Hemende (7), Hil- gindorf (7) and Ruberto) Reynolds and Rudolph. W—Reynolds (7-0). L-Hemende (0-1). Home runs, San Antonio", Jestadt, Rudolph.' NEWARK, N.J. - Lloyd Marshall, 132, Newark, outpointed Genaro Soto, 135%. New York, 10. ••-•:.--' • - - Mr. Sudden Service Says: For Top Cotton yields side dress your cotton now with PASCO CHEM-PLEX LIQUID FERTILIZER Sold By FARMERS SOYBEAN CORP. "THE HOME OP SUDDEN SERVICE" Ely. Phone PO 3-8191 Juanita Godfrey Formerly owner of Kut & Kurl Beauty Shop - Air Base Hiway is now associated with . ... 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