The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1968 · Page 7
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Hyfhevfflo (Art.) Courier Rwri - Saturday, May U, 1MR _ Pagi IT'S ALWAYS an honor to be selected as the Most Valuable Player of any team by your teammates and this trophy being held and admired by Terry Richardson is the one he received for just such'an honor. The air-conference tackle was chosen by his Chickasaw mates as the one who contributed most to the 1967 BHS football season under Coach Bob Williams. (Courier News Photo) Harrison Entrants' Reactions .While his entrant, Billy Coleman, was not among the high finishers in Thursday's Meet of .Champions track meet at Little Rock, Harrison High School track coach Abel White said yesterday that he was very ' pleased he had taken Billy to the meet. Twice postponed by inclement weather, the meet which brought together the top. runners in the 'state, was held at .Quigley Stadium amid rainstorms which slowed down chances for possible record- breaking performances. "Billy came in eighth in the junior division 100-yard dash but all the places from second to eighth were very close," White said. "In the 220-yard dash, Billy finished fifth but it was raining during that run so it slowed all the boys down," the coach added. * * * "Even though we didn't take any prizes, I'm glad that we had a chance to go to the meet, I think it was a real good experience for Billy and myself," White concluded. Coleman is only a ninth-grader and his coach said he is looking forward to even better performances from Billy next season. • Coleman qualified for the Thurday event by taking first place in the 220 and second in the 100 at "'the... earlier..state championships. Aid Wah! Memorial Airport Day For Benefit By Frank Ellis Courier News Sports Editor Residents of Mississippi County will have a chance to get an aerial view of their home county and help make a donation to a worthy cause if the weatherman .cooperates a week :rom tomorrow. Blytheville municipal airport just off Highway 18-East will the scene on May 26 of Airport Day, an attempt to better acquaint the citizenry with the facilities available at the bur- ;eoning terminal. However, on the 26th, an added attraction will also produce the two-fold effect mentioned above. * * * Joe Gude, chairman of the Ted Wahl Memorial Fund, has announced that Sam Haynes and Lee Richardson will conduct flying tours of .Blytheville and the surrounding countryside as a means of aiding the fund drive. Gude and others are in the process of erecting a monument to Wahl's memory at the Blytheville Little League Park. Haynes arid Richardson have agreed to donate the proceeds from their flying tour's to the fund. In the past years, according to Haynes, the proceeds have been donated to such charities as the Cancer Drive, the Heart Fund and the March of Dimes. * ' * * Haynes -pointed out that a charge of about two dollars will entitle a person to a ten-minute flight which will include a view of the Mississippi River, Blytheville as well as such sites as the Continental Oil Co., plant at Barfield. iiiiiiiiiBiiiiiniinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiinniiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiic Friday niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiini By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING - Joe H o r 1 e n, White Sox, blanked Oakland on four hits for 10 innings as Chicago beat the Athletics 1-0 despite Jim Nash's three-hit pitching. HITTING — Jim Northrup, Tigers, hit a grand-slam home run in the bottom of the ninth inning giving Detroit a 7-3 victory over Washington. SHORTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) - Romulus Hanover, regarded as the best pacer in harness racing today, easily won the $50,000 Ed Sullivan Pace at Yonkers Raceway Friday night. The victory gave driver Billy Haughton a sweep of two big stakes on successive nights. Haughton won the $100,000 Hilltop Trot with Flamboyant Thursday night. NEW DELHI (AP) - India will send a 43-member team to the summer Olympic Games in October. 'Blytheville aircraft owners are being asked to donate the use of their planes," he explained. "Each pilot will have both private and commercial licensing so it will be perfectly safe for everyone. "We plan .to have a static display of new and antique planes as well as some home- juilt planes.. •_.... "There will be personnel available to explain the planes and facilities to the visitors and we want to have a concession stand also," Haynes added. "We will-be available, too, to explain our 'Learn to Fly' program to anyone who might be interested. "In the past -we've made as much as $400-$500 for some charity, so we want so say that everyone, is welcome to come out between:the hours of 9 a.m. till dark next Sunday," he concluded. Rain date for the event will be June 2. - BATTING LEADBRS National League Batting (50 at bats) — Rose Cm., 362; Francona, At., .362. Runs — Rose, Cin,, 24; McCovey, 22. S.F. 24; Flood St. L fa Jtan* ton WtTfte M* ******* •* fcoa d MnorDr. DarM U*t!*£m w* art *n a and Fiji. The Myrtle Whaler, above Mt, R feet loaf tad H feet «f beam, It the only falling vessel of her size and class afloat today under American Majt MiUtoyapproved.anleertlned by Uia jJ.g. Coiit Guird. LauKbe4fc 1M7, the Runs batted in — McCovey, S.F., 27; Swoboda, N.Y., 25. Hits — Rose, Cin., 50; F. Alou, All. 45. Doubles —. L. Johnson Chic., 10; Staub, Houst., 10; 6 tied with 9. . Triples — Clemente, Pitt., 4; 4 tied with 3. Home runs — H. Aaron, Atl, 9; McCovey, S.F., 9; Swoboda, N.Y., 8. Stolen Bases - Wills Pitt., 11; A. Johnson, Cin., 6. American League Batting (50 at-bats) - F. Howard, Wash., .336; Yastrzemski, Bost, 315. Runs — B. Robinson, Bait., 21; KiUebrew Minn., 21; Cam- paneris, Oak., 20. Runs Batted In — F. Howard, Wash., 30; Powell, Bait., 24. Hits — F. Howard Wash., 40; Carew, Minn., 38. Doubles - R. Smith Bost., 13; Foy, Bost., 10. . Triples - McAuliffe, Det., 4; 3 tied with 3. Home Runs — F. Howard, Wash., 15; Repoz, Calif., 9. Stolen bases — Campaneris, Oai. 16; White, N.Y., 8. PITCHING RECORDS National League Pitching (3 Decisions) —Reed, Atl., '4-0; Carlton, St. L, 4-1. Strikeouts — Singer L. A., 65; Ryan, N.Y., 58. American League Pitching (3 Decisions) —John Chic., 3-0, Warden, Det., 3-0 Perranoski Minn., 3-0. Strikeouts — . McDowell, Cleve. 78; Tiant, Cleve., 60. hllDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIUIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimillll Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK— Jose Gonzalez, 161, Puerto Rico, outpointed Jimmy Ramos,. 160%, Honduras, 10. TUCUMAN, Argentina — Ramon La Cruz, 148, Argentina, outpointed Angel Osuna, 148, Argentina, 10. PORTLAND, Maine — George Johnson, 165, Trenton, N.J., out- pointed Bobby War them, 165, Buffalo, N.Y., 1; Leo DiFiore, 132, Portland, outpointed Henry "Kid" Wickham, 132, West Buxton, Maine, 10. TYPICAL OF THE airplanes which will he used to carry passengers over the Mississippi County area on Sunday, May 26 as part of the Airport Day which will'benefit the Ted Wahl Memorial Fund, these soaring beauties wait ready and willing to give their occupants a panoramic view of the sur-~£ rounding countryside a week from tomorrow. (Courier Newti. Photo) Seeking Preakness Associated Press Sports Writer .BALTIMORE (AP) — Dancers Image, disqualified after finishing first in the Kentucky Derby, went after the second jewel of racing's Triple Crown today — the Preakness o£ Pimli- Dancer's Image's CO. Once agin, main adversary was Calumet Farm's Forward Pass, moved to first in the Derby when Peter Fuller's colt was disqualified after a post-race test .disclosed an illegal medication in his system. Completing the field of 10 3- year-olds were Jig Time, Martins Jig, Nodouble, Out of the Way, Ringmaster, Sir Beau, And Tommy Ennis was ready to traditionally recognize the winner with paint. Situated in the track's infield atop a replica of the burned- down members' clubhouse is a weathervane shaped like a jockey on a horse. Each year the racing colors of are painted on the jockey, where they remain until there is a new winner. That is Ennis' job. Post time for today's 93rd running of the 1 3-16 mile, $150,000-added classic was 5:30 p.m., .EOT. Coverage on national television was set from 5-5:45 p.m. and .on radio from 5:205:40 p.m.j both by CBS. Of the 10 3-year-olds entered, only three ran in the Kentucky Derby-Dancer's Image, Forward Pass and Jig Time. The last time as few as three Kentucky Derby starters ran in the Preakness was 1957. Bold Ruler, fourth in the Derby won; Derby winner Iron Leibe was second and Federal Hill, fifth in the Derby, was last in the seven-horse field. Ennis has had seven year's experience at his paint job, which takes about two minutes to complete. The hardest part is getting ready for it, not becasue MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS St. Louis San Fran Atlanta .. Chicago ., Cincinnati National League WL Pet. GB 12 .625 — 14 .576 Ei 19 18 15 17 18 16 17 .545 .486 .485 .484 .484 .471 .438 .406. 4% 4% Phila 15 16 Pittsburgh .. 15 16 Los Angeles . 16 18 New York ... 14 18 Houston. 13 19 Friday's Results San Francisco 2, Chicago 0 Los Angeles 6, Houston 0 Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 0,10 innings Atlanta 3, New York 1, 16 innings. Today's Games Atlanta at New York Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Chicago at San Francisco Houston at Los Angeles St. Louis at Philadelphia, n Sunday's Games St. Louis at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Atlanta at New York; (2) Chicago at Los Angeles, (2) Monday's Games Pittsburgh at New York, n San Francisco at Atlanta, n Houston at Cincinnati, n Los Angeles at St. Louis, n Only games scheduled American League WL Pet GB Detroit Baltimore Cleveland . Boston ... Boston Minnesota Oakland .645 .581 .548 .531 .531 .531 .455 ,438 .414 .394 **l v\ ^ f\ f incer .; DP^S f f.CT*>3 1 of the quantity of paint needed but because of the various color and shades. "I usually have to mix 15 or 20 colors, and I wind up using three of them usually," Ennis said. "Of course, I never know which ones.' . The colors of racing silks, which seldom are solid, range from brown to fawn to sky blue to devils red. : Texas League Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Memphis ... 17 11 .607 — . Shreveport . 15 15 .500 3 Arkansas ... 14 14 .500 3 Dal-FW 12 20 .375 7 Western Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Albuquerque 17 11 .607 — San Antonio .. 13 13 .500 3 El Paso 15 16 .484 3 >,-> Amarillo ... 12 15 .444 4^ Friday's Results Amarillo 4, Dallas-FW 1 El Paso 11, Arkansas 9 (10 innings) Memphis 15, Albuquerque 10 Shreveport at San Antonio, postponed rain Today's Games Dallas-Fort Worth at Amarillo Arkansas at El Paso Memphis at Albuquerque Shreveport at San Antonio (2) MINIATURE ^ G ^••w ' F **£ 1 r* M \ NOW OPEN; AT WALKER PARK Hours: Weekdays 7 toll Sat. 2 to 10 Sun. 2 to 6 fit 9l " IJL- J } -J / rr / « Mr. Sudden Service ,. Says: For Top Cotton yields ' : side dress your cotton now with FASCO ; CHEM-PLEX LIQUID i FERTILIZER * Sold By FARMERS SOYBEAN CORP. "THE HOME OP •,SUDDEN -SERVICE" : BIy. Phone PO 3-8191 California Washn ... 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