The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1968 · Page 6
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•• WON'T BE LONG. NOW. till these seats at .Light Brigade-Field in Walker Park'wiH'be hosting'the avid followers'of the Dud Cason American Legion ; Post 24 baseball; squad.-.The seating/and other "parts of the structure has been repaired_oyer.the_winter 1 ..fresh paint applied where needed,' arid all is ta. readiness (weather permitting, need we say) for. the opening exhibition games tomorrow at 1 30. Coach Dwight-Williams announced thatihis men trying-out for the team will meet the Raymond Watts Legion squad from Memphis in their inaugural twinbill after today's proposed trip to Memphis was rained out According to S D Bray, Cason business manager, there will not be any admission charge tomorrow. (Courier News Photo) To Keep By KEN HARTNETT Associated Press Writer MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Marquette. University movec Friday night toward the hiring of a Negro administrator, a step aimed at ending a campus protest that threatened the university with the loss of faculty members and basketball stars. Negro student leaders who demanded the action were not immediately available for comment. The decision to end the demonstrations that have occupied the Roman Catholic institution for two weeks was in, their hands. Also unavailable for comment was the Rev. Bernard J. Cooke. The theologian and two other priests .offered to resign-from the faculty if the. administration failed to take positive action in the controversy by tonight. The "Rev. John P. Raynor, jresident, appointed a nine- member committee Friday night to work toward Negro scholarships and courses in Negro and other minority cultures. : '0n the basis of the best advice I have been able to gather, he committee should seek out a qualified black administrator" to coordinate the- .scholarship program, Father Raynor said in a statement.. The university would maintain veto power over any committee action, the statement indicated. The protestors, white and Negro, insisted on a commitment to hire a Negro administrator at Marquette, the largest Roman Catholic coeducational school in the nation. •-.••,. They ha'd given the university until Thursday afternoon to meet the demand but said the administration could wait until August 1969 to fill the position. Father Raynor, saying , that Marquette.would not be coerced by student' pressure,' rejected the ultimatum but named a committee to study and implement scholarship programs and courses in minority cultures. The protestors reacted by announcing the' intended withdrawal of six basketball players and 14 other Negro students including George '.Thompson, a junior from New. York "City who won honorable mention- on .'last season's All-America team. etes Less than one per cent d Marquette's 6,200 und'ergfadu- ates are Negroes. . . Early Friday,. the .basketball players released a statement saying they 'had agreed to remain in the university after all. The change of mind came after they met with Coach McGuire. But a few hours later, their status again became uncertain. Minors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Friday's Results Rochester 7, Richmond S Buffalo 10,- Louisville ,6 : Syracuse > 6, Jacksonville S Columbus at Toledo, rain. Pacific Coast League Denver 6, Okaloma City I San Diego 3, Phoenix 0 Taconia 7, Portland 3 Tulsa 8, Indianapolis t Seattle 5, - Vancouver 3 Hawaii 5, Spokane 1 Singer, Sadecki, Horlen Hurl Well Fryman Takes Self From Tryer By RON RAPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer For Bill Singer and Ray Sadecki brilliant pitching was enough to win. But Woody Fry- inan had to score his own run as well. Both Singer of Lo's Angeles and Sadecki of Sah Francisco .were staked to early leads Friday night and- all -they had -left to do was pitch a two4iitter and three-hitter respectively as the Dodgers beat Houston.6-0 and the Giants topped the Chicago Cubs 2-0. . . ' But Fryman of Philadelphia found himself in the 10th inning of a scoreless-game against St. 'Louis in which .he'd:allowed just five hits when he decided to Itake matters into his own bands. The Phillie hurler led off the I0th inning by singling off Bob Gibson of the Cards, who him- ,self.had given up just five hits. : Fryman moved to second on 'Tony Gonzalez' bunt and scored 'on Bill White's single for a 1-0 Philadelphia victory. ; Other National League scores :were Cincinnati 3-2 over Pitts- .JSirgh and Atlanta 3-1 over the '•New York Mets in 16 innings. ^. Singer lost his no-hitter when J3oug Rader singled in the filth inning. After that the Dodger ;,tight-bander retired all the As- fiiiiiiHiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiinniiiiiiiniiiiniinil' COURIER NEWS PACE SIS B Saturday, Mny 18, 1963 iiiiiiinnniiiiiiiuiiiiiiHiiHmniiiiiiiiiiSiiii tros' .hitters until Bob Aspromonte singled in the ninth. Singer drove in two runs and Willie Davis knocked in two more. Sadecki got a run to work on in the first when Willie McCovey drove in Willie Mays with a double. The Giants added a run in the seventh on Hal Lanier's single. McCovey left the game with a spike wound suffered in a rundown and will be out about 10 days. The Phillies' victory over the league-leading Cardinals ended a four-lame losing streak and pul.Fryman's record at 4-4. Gibson is now 3-3. Al McBean suffered his fifth defeat in Forbes Field in nearly three years, even though the Pirates had 11 hits. Lee May's homer in the third inning proved the eventual margin of victory. Deron Johnson's 16th-inning single broke a tie and he scored on a double by Felipe Alou as the Braves outlasted (he Mets. Woody Fryman Hank Aaron singled with two | the record book and Frank How- oul in the inning, stole secon and scored on Johnson's singl By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer Luis Tiant blew his date wit LOOSE YARDSTICK •^ ' *!*"* nected. Curt Motion's pinch three-run homer wrapped it up for the Orioles in the eighth. It was the second straight pinch three-run homer for the rookie outfielder. •Detroit's Joe Sparma was nursing a 2-1 lead and a one-hitter going into the ninth against the -Senators. But Del Unser opened with a single and Howard homered. The record of seven homers in five consecutive, games was shared by Babe Ruth, who'did it in. 1921, Jim Bottomley in 1929 and Vic Wertz in 1950. The Tigers bounced ' right back, tying the score on pinch hitter. Jim Price's single and then winning the game on the fourth, grand slam of N.brthrnp's career. ; Nash was brilliant, striking out 11 batters and allowing only McCraw's seventh-inning triple until the 10th. After McCraw tripled again, the Athletics' right- hander-struck out Russ Siiyder, loaded the bases wilh interifion- al walks to Sandy Alomar'arid Wayne Causey and fanned Tommy Davis for his 13th strikeout of the game. . -• But : Josephson, 'batting for winning pitcher Joe Horlen, singled McCraw home with the winner. Horlen pitched a four- hitter for his third straight victory. . The Red Sox won their sixth straight game—the fourth, with a comeback rally—and .dropped Travs Blow Lead, Foster Paces Blues ard had his record-breaker spoiled, but lif it's aggravation you're after how. about what Tom McCraw did to Jim Nash? Tiant's string of four consecutive shutouts and 41 scoreless innings was shattered by Boog Powell's three-run homer in the sixth inning Friday night and Baltimore beat Cleveland 6-2. Howard set a major league record with his eighth homer in the last five games and 15th of the season giving Washington a one-run lead in the ninth inning. But Detroit beat the Senators 73 when Jim Northrup cracked a grand slam home run in the bottom half of the inning. Nash pitched hitless ball forj 6 2-3 innings before McCraw tripled, ending the no-hit bid. Then McCraw tripled again opening the Chicago 10th and Duane Josephson's two-out pinch single brought him home with the only run of- the game as the White Sox nipped Oakland 1-0. In other American League games, Boston rallied for the fourth straight game and topped New York 6-4 and California's game at Minnesota was postponed by rain after 3V4 innings of hitless-pitching by the Twins.' Jim Perry and the Angels' Rickey Clark. Tiant was gunning for the major . league record of five straight shutouts set in 1904 by Doc White.of the White Sox. And t seemed he might get it when 10 pitched his way out of a wsos-loaded, one-out jam in the ifth inning, protecting a 1-fl cad. After h« struck out Dave Johnson opening the sixth, Curt Blefary walked. Frank Robinson grounded to Larry Brown, Hit Chico Salmon dropped Jrown's throw at second and joth runners were safe. A wild itch advanced them to second Md third tod thto Powell MO- EL PASO, Tex. (AP)-Third baseman Jim DeNeff blasted a two-run home run in the bottom of the . 10th innjng to give El Paso an 11-9 Texas League victory over Arkansas Friday night. Bobby Trevino hit a three-run ninth inning homer for the Sun Kings to tie the score at 9-9 and force the extra inning. The Sun Kings had trailed by 9-2 going into the bottom of the fifth after Arkansas greeted them with a barrage of extra base hits including a first-inning grand slam by Mike Christino. The Travelers had a two-run blast by John Sipin in the fifth inning. Sipin's blow gave Arkansas a TORONTO — Al Sparks, 172, 9-2 lead before the Sun Kings Dartmouth, N,S., outpointed homer tied the count. Roy Foster of Memphis had a perfect night at the plate, going six for six as he paced the Blues to a 15-10 triumph over Albuquerque. Foster's performance matched his previous season total in hits, and increased his average to .240. He had four singles, a double, a triple and five RBIs. . * * ¥ In other action Amarillo beat Dallas-Fort Worth. 4-1 while Shreveport and San Antonio were rained out. Ark'sas El Paso 401130 000 0- 9 11 7 020 021 004 2-11 17 2 roared back with two in the fifth, one in the sixth and one in the ninth before Trevino's Frankie Bullard, 172, Toronto, 12. Sparks retained Canadian light heavyweight title. SANDERS CARPET, UPHOLSTERY & RUG CLEANING • Wall to Wall Carpet Cleaned in Your Home or Office • Rug & Upholstery Cleaning • Tile & Hardwood Floors Cleaned & Waxed Complete Janitor Service Apartment, Office, Homes, Businesses • By The Job or Contract • Free Estimate! • Bonded and Insured "WHEN WE GET THROUGH "THSY LOOK UKf NSW" Phone PO 3-6046 607 N. 6th Street DiFabio, Hamende (6), Newton (10) and Roberto; Overton, Holbrook (5), Sinnett (6), Boehlert (1)' and Paepke. ; W—Boehlert (3-1). L -'-Newton (0-1). 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