The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on December 9, 1966 · Page 2
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PAGE TEN THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL FRIDAY, DECEMIE* 9. 1* Green Bauvs Baltimore YMCA Be 9' ns , Unk rr Tic F ? r Corver * Wjl1 Yanks 'Give' Marts UTi Wt f MJ \*lj */· MJ\*miii,\Ji 12 c · c Lead in Nationa n *. *.i _ ^ *- · y ^ ^ i flit Un Affprnnnn n ATiernOOJl On Saturday B\ Iniled Press It's I'nitas vs. more v.« Green to find a greater contrast than, n *. *.i _ ^ *- · y ^ ^ i *°' est . Loss To St. Louis Cards To Muskegon InU-rnalional games would clinch the title for and ihe Redskins' Gharle\ The Holland-Zeeland Famih u,,, ,. olfariprs M ; n « , nlfl tftrfav -, « ^»«».., d ., , w Inc nwianu »~ -««. .-.- . --- -· . . COOM Taylor are both making a bid YMCA swim team opens its £rtround of toeV?^ TO^ CarverTsaid todarthaTtheTarn welc-omed with open arms today with 10 home runs lasiseasc IMIIU · UUAIU wi UK* 7»fl.J,vuv · vi^m - . , . . . . . . A . _ » - . . «^ *·· u I O^J O^IMMIM ft 1C Hart OI IIM? I OilKtfl Siarr, Bain- Ba\. and a Gieen Ba In other ST. LOUIS (L'PD-Roger .Maris, the man unwanted by A spokesman for the Holland the New York Yankees, CM Lee .MacPhail in a one-f one deal for veteran infield Charlev Smith, a -266 hitt XFL action, slated for the XFL receiving title IM-K season Saturday against national team championAip. *'» P rotest ii',..^..«»* A _ j f f\ :~ Have FIQC **J rAf**rvinnc ansi li .. .» . . _ j * tfl£ ilflM^Jtt^n _ . _T^^^^_ _ tK«k»0 I M H i m posMble ".super bowl" berth is f or Sunda, Washington (6-6) is Hays has 54 receptions and 11 tnc Kalamazoo YMCA team at ai stake Saturdav. dt Dallas "'9-2-1 St Louis (8-3- touchdown*. Taylor 60 and nine. ' Tm- same team weie in- 1 pla\.- \olved in me Western Conk-r- CK-\ eland (-nee battle last winter --and phia i7-o), Chicago (4-0-21 plays that lime it took a pu»t-.-ea.oi) at S^n Francisco 15-5-2), Detroit 4-8-1 hosts Minnesota (3-8-1) and Pittsburgh «.'1-8-11 i- at New- York 11-10-11. at Atlanta (2-10), Meanwhile. St. Louis, one 18-41 is ai Philadel- game behind the Cowboys, must .... P m in Ottawa Doug Sanders and Al Besselink, 1 ***** . in M !f k ? go ? ,, to , North Ottawa .American Basketball 125-124 loss to by field general Red Schoen- Muskegon Pan- c o " m i 0 « e r ** Dalla. playoff game to determine tht winner The main difference.- a eat ago were the site of Uie garni'. the Baltimore quarterback and ne for thf there wasn't an "super bowl" .rown 10 look forward to. In 1965, the playoff game wa played in Green Ba\ and the Colts had to go without Johnm Umtas who was injured Baltimore needed to win for its second straight western title But they lost 13-10 on Don Chandler's 25-yard field goal in a sudden death overtime period. Now. in 1966. everything n except the quarter are but the St Louis Atlanta on ^ t j Cleveland, with only a mathe- (j^.^jo,, with a win over the matical diance left for «*»? s Dallas" Bob Hayes can clinch at least a Eastern Conference unknown. These two twosomes shared a for the There to at the The operator of {Scoreboard clock. Hope vs. Alma In Fieldhouse On Saturday Hope College's Saturday night from 20 points behmd last week rated for the dif f 6rent ages to beat New York. Even if the Tne Holland-Zeeland YMCA Browns beat the eagles, they in Michigan's western district must have help from ttie teams other teams are Grand Rapids da% playing St. Louis and Dallas. West, Benton Harbor Battle In the American Football Creek, Grand Rapids' Central League Sunday, it will be New, Muskegon, Tri-Cities and Niles' York at San Diego, "·-- Oakland, Boston at Houston ana Bob Andree and Mrs. MIAA game with Alma will be nas the b - ve tnis week back choices. The site is p i av ed at 8 p.m. in the Holland Baltimore and the Packers need High fieldhouse only a victory over the ColU for ,, . g appearance in the their second straight conference fieldnouse ^ not ^ its (irst title, and then- fifth in seven _ the Flying Dutchmen p , ayed - ve f r f- ,. · · t - u a Monday night game there Johnnj. L-mtas is in fine shape agajnst Westm ont (Calif.) a few tor the Colts, and he will face years ago Hope . s usua , home the leagues most accurate court th Civic Cente is ^ passer in Green Bay s Bart j ng used for the Junior League's Starr. Starr has completed 631 Candy Cane BaU Hope coach Russ De Velte Each team is divided into a 'he most fun-loving pair on the girl's team and a boys' team PTM tour. Tte other consists of wins on a three-game road trio and then s "Mivided info age di- Billy Farrell and Babe Lichar- wms on a mree-gdme road trip. visions _ The age group / are dus , both quiet and virtually Midget. 10 and under; Prep. 11 and 12, Junior. 13 and 14. Age 1966 determines age famous pair in the tournament · seven individual. -- Arnold Palmer and Jack ! Chicago Will Play Here The Holland Carvers will play host to the Chicago Bombers . . . ,, , ,, , ,,, ,, in a MABL game at 8:30 p.m. best-ball 10-under par-62s Thurs- in the Civic Center tonight **c r)Ol£ *rt*«l^ M n « » . . . . . . _ ~ 127 and Nicklaus, the J leaders, were at 129 of the local team are after a 66 on Thursday in this and Mrs. John tournament in which only the allegedly failed to start the best score of each partner is' c l° ck when Muskegon attempted counted on each hole. to bring the ball in bounds with Chris Blocker and Howie nine seconds remaining in the tournament. Both teams for shot excellent III nit \ ^ I V I L V-C'IICI lUlllglll. of 17- F ree basketballs will be given i and Bob Andree Kansas City at Miami. Buffalo Kruid. Barry's 50 Too Much For Hawks Basketball Results Montana 94 Northern Mich. 79 Texas Western 67 Pan Amer. 65 Roger Man* traded for Charley Smith of the man who hit 61 hoi runs in 1961, and "we wish nothing but the best." He's the man that "will gi us extra power," Howsam and in the process "a fine and good outfielder." "As you know we've be lacking runs for the last cou| of years while we were more less building." Schoendiei said, "and I think Maris ji may be the man we can slip there to help us. The Yankee outfielder, p gued by injuries the past t seasons, will bat third and make room for him 1 Cardinals plan to move DOW hitting Mike Shannon to th base. Maris, 32, won back-to-ba Most Valuable Player Awai in the American League in 61. Last season he slipped batting average of .233 w Johnson, one stroke off the pace j g"« and Holland leading 124- dienst) General M anag er Bob on i y f 3 home runs while be after Wednesday's o p e n i n g : J 2 i , Howsam and Vice President round, were tied with Palmer , J/ 16 . ^ a . r . ver . s . He " r Hughes stan Musia) of the St Lou j s and Nicklaus at 129 after sfcoot-, *f!.? cl *?. *** inbounds pass (the Cardinals, ing a 65 Thursday per cent of his passes, 149 of 236. for 2,161 yards. 13 By United Press International i Houston 89 Southwest La. 81 Rick Barry was back on the \ St. Johns 77 Holy Cross 60 beam again Thursday night-- j Seattle 78 Santa Clara 63 Report Deer Kill Down 20 Per Cent . LANSING (UPI) - The Con- said today that he had little or an d that meant the San ' Mississippi St. 74 South Miss 63 servation Department reported no idea who would start Sat- Francisco Warriors were back Alabama 89 Texas AM 68 in 164 for and v yards n touchdowns the Scots, the season in a pair of MIAA contests. Junior Thursday kill »· i u fu Wl " 1° fellow co-captain Carl Walters, retain title hopes, as their only a Ho ,, and seni both came nope lies in forcing another down witn illnesses Thursday playoff, as tiiey did last year. A after Hope , s 67 . 66 win ov / r tie in either of their last two, arcn _ riv al Calvin Wednesday night. scorer, was held to 21 points Virginia 89 Richmond 84 Brady, the Wednesday night when" the | Fur8man 86 AuguTta 61 team - s top SCQrer with a 26 Warriors lost to Baltimore. But ' Montana St. 89 Tennessee St. 80 game avera 8 e ' and S Thursda y ! Creighton 91 Wichita St. 88 Temple 92 Scranton 68 Miami Fla. 86 Mt. St. Mary 83 i from last year's total which a preliminary 91,000, down 1966 created a furor over the shooting of antlerless deer. Game experts said the 20 per cent decline this year in the deer kill was due mostly sidelined most of the season. Smith, at 29, lacked the clock should have started when ~ a '""""" th , K t * hich H 0 *, 831 " 6 sa .j d is «*« Hughes touched the ball) bob- 0 ^ ar ^ S 6 J" 3 " wh ° brokje ^° 8° '^ ,, wlth , Orlar bled the ball then knocked'it out Babe Ruth s home run record ' Cepeda. Primarily a glove-m, of bounds No time elapsed on and his ^72,000 annual salary. Smith was the Cardinals regu the clock and the Panthers still were P acfc ed off to the third baseman for most of I had nine seconds left to try to Cardinals Thursday by Yankee \ seasoit score. i They did when Tom Thacker tapped the ball in after Ed Burton missed a layup. Thacker's | two-pointer came with two sec-1 onds to play and once again the timekeeper erred He failed to stop the clock after the basket and time ran out before the Carvers were able Rangers Top Wings; Tied For NHL Lead BY United Press Internatinal Ted Hampson scored the t Wing goals. Doug Mohns had a three hat trick and Stan Mikita goal and four assists in lead the Black Hawks to the vict over Boston with the sea; high total of 10 goals. Refe Vern Buffey originally allov UCLA, Duke Meet Tonight And Saturday Bv United Press International Brady In the other game, Thursday, the Chicago Bulls broke a five- game losing streak by stopping Baltimore 132-120, as Bob be stopped after each bit richer than usual today. Slippery Rock 97 Alliance 95 antlerless deer killed spent the entire day Thursday in bed, Walters was Bo °zer scored 30 points, felled after attending morning Barry tossed in 28 points in classes. N e i t h e r practiced tne first nalf as San Francisco Thursday afternoon. ! t°°k a 69 ~ 43 halftime lead. St. GRANDSTANDING . . Lolich Speaks Here ···································································I must score and also say that the. The Rangers whipped the tally clock should be started as soon Detroit Red Wings 4-2 Thursday as it is touched by a player in j night to move into a first place bounds on a situation like that' tie with the Chicago Black which occurred. Hawks, who routed the Boston a but reversed himself 10 minu after the game to nullify O'Neal, assistant By Tom De Cair in the Tigers' farm system) will TM r t a hS a al ,, Detroit Tiger pitcher Mickey play much. There definitely In the event that one or both L|OULS never § ot closer than 96- Lolich spoke at the Thursday won't be any minor leaguers are unable to start Saturday, j* 7 earlv in tne final Period and (noon meeting of the Rotary moving into our outfield, but Jim Schoon will replace Brady Barr y then scored five straight, club in the Hotel Warm Friend there might be a chance for an and Cal Beltman will move into P° ints to P ut the game out of | and doub t as the Western Division L.CLA which long-awaited should give answer to to i d tne g roup that the in the ! infielder. The team I well set with the is at cente Don Kro at forward and Chicago, which has won only Gary two games in the last 16 starts, had five players in double ,. main the same, with Bruce Van ") e Huis ^.-e-o^,,,^, «,i, 0 w*.-i L« the, meyer at forwai question of just how good thej R y p m a at d top-ranked Bruins are this Alma m downing Adnan a n d , figures. Boozer's 30 and Se £ SO "u ,, r, u , D , « -, I Iosin 8 to Kalamazoo, has been Rogers' 26 led the club. Coach Vic Bubas' Blue Devils. | paced by a pair of transfers ' D . on Ohl ha d 24 Points for the \vho ve posted the best college I f rom Soo Tech--Ron Sober and losi "8 Bullets, who are now 1-1 record in the nation over the Gord Hettnck The Scots have under n «w coach Gene Shue. past six seasons, invade Pauley not p i ayed tnis week Pavilion Friday and Saturday Hope, now 2-1 overall and 1-0 nights to clash with UCLA's, j n the league, will continue touted sophomore cast led by,MIAA play next Wednesday L 6 * Alcindor i with a game at Mbim whi , e Although Duke lost Jack Alma will begin a California Mann atid Steve Vacendak from tour with a game at California pretty of one Following the incidents, there ' Bruins 10-2 in an unusual game 3£Lj} thflal l a , was a near not on a small scale. ! in which a goal was allowed ° wed the goaL Carver fans and management, disallowed and then allowed reportedly approached the time-1 again. » later American League pennant in or two pitchers." What can a pitching coach do Ark delivered , for you? "Quite a bit. He can Fred Bertsch! n °t lce things that the pitcher Mark Vander the invocation, Gu - v introduced spee'cial guests and i !»"?;** doesn 't {. notice) _ . * _ ^* _ _ . _ _ . rmrh in *jMit» fjnttvjnw-r keeper, who remained addiment in his claim erred. Muskegon president, general manager and board chairman E. R. Cooke, Jr., contacted today, said that the incident vlas unfortunate and indicated that his team might be willing to replay the game if the league The victories by New York Wayne State Top -,,--_,, ,,,,,,....^., t illc vn-iuucs. uy i\ew lorK ·· . ^e\ ··. that he had not and Chicago enabled both teams TCmS 78 tO to move one point ahead of the idle Toronto Maple Leafs, who DETROIT (UPI) -- Wa State, with the help of Ma West Ottawa Seconds Lose Bob Sligh introduced Lolich. | the Rotary team which played in the Legion Junior Baseball D League this past summer. Lolich, who works with the Tigers' public relations office in the offseason, was humorous. When asked where the Tigers last year's team and was upset by Virginia Tech in its opener. the Blue Devils have a poised, veteran team that is accustomed to the excitement and pressure of tight games. Duke hopes to prove the UCLA sophomores are not invincible and aren't going to breeze to the NCAA title Lutheran Dec. 17. CUTLERVILLE Holland High Home Tonight «r m WOU W finish in '67, he replied West Ot- "compwherp in rhp trtn 10 " , tawa's reserve basketball team somewnere m me l °P 1U 1 scored 18 points in the first quar-, both in your delivery and in theories on pitching . . ." Did the illnesses and following deaths of the Tigers' man-, league meeting agers (Charlie Dressen and Bob ' Grand Rapids. Swift) have an effect on the ---team? "Yes Dressen brought i Leafs Recall Gamble all of the young Tigers . . up j TORONTO (UPI) -from the minors and was a onto Maple lost their top spot. so ruled. The spokesman indicated that a ruling may be made at the! Saturday in | Tor- rpi_ » . * -- -"v-, ii « M « inc * it I Ll ui ivii The victory gave the Rangers Letzman's 29 points, stayed 26 points this season and meant ! in front of Ferris State a bonus for each player on the long Thursday for a 78-71 team -probably $250. Coach tory Emile Francis had promised the The Detroiters nursed a t attained the point halftime edge through second half to take their f defeats. Je · ** two great friend of the ballplayers. And many of us played for Swift in the minors. The deaths of , both were like losing close per- have recalled Goalie Bruce Gamble from Rochester of t h e American _ a series of such annec ter. but just 17 in the rest"oTthe i dotes and stories, Lolich opened sonal friends. I pity Mayo game and dropped a 47-35 de-! ^ he ..J!°" r to tne group to ask ' Smith , · · · Maybe they can cision to Grand Rapids South Christian here Thursday night. The Little Panthers of coach Neil Meinke led 18-11 after a Hockey League to replace the nets as the Red Wings took 36 ;,, in if in less .ilayed 23 games. place was also an,Sliwka with 16 was hieh n unusual position for the Rang- i f or Ferris g ers, who were the cellar-dwel- ing team last season. Harry Howell, Don Marshall. I Jfe TUXEDO RENTALS VAN DUREN Toilers COLLEGE at 9tl Ph. EX 2-9788 Earl Ingarfield and Rod Gilbert all scored for the Rangers and Giacmin did a good job in the Gordie Howe, the greatest scorer in NHL history, and questions. Lolich said the Tigers, the w o r l d champion Baltimore celled his life insurance. Will Koufax really retire? "That's what he says. I know Orioles and the Minnesota j that pitching can be extremely Holland High (1-2) opens the | quarter and 22-18 at halftime, I Twins will be involved in what' painful." home portion of its basketball j but managed just five points in he termed a "National League Have you experienced similar Highlights of the Friday night j schedule at 8 p.m. tonight the third period and trailed 39- race" next season and gave "no j pain. "I have three bone chips game will be televised national- j against long-time rival Grand i 33 going into the final frame Ij from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday j Haven in the Holland High S o u t h Christian outscored Lolich also answered While UCLA and Duke, which I fieldhouse. West Ottawa eight to two in the questions: is ranked llth, were looking The Valley Coast Conference period and came away with the one else" a chance at the flag. other What about the Tigers' short- in my left elbow and there is considerable pain in cold weather." An introductory anecdote by forward to their Friday night contest will be preceded by a victorj West Ottawa managed stop situation? ''What short- Sligh told how Lolich, who is clash, two of the top 10 teams 1 6:30 p m reserve preliminary, to connect on just three of 18 stop? We don't have one. May- naturally righthanded, became in the nation were \ictorious West Ottawa (0-2) will also free throw attempts in the con- be we'll use four outfielders, a lefty. He was involved in a Thursday night i be at home tonight, playing test maybe we should have someone , tricycle accident and doctors Second-ranked Texas Western, host to Grand Rapids South Dcan Achterhof led the Little in the stands when I pitch. Per-' had him strengthen his left arm the defending national champion I Christian in an 0-K League Red Panthers with 11 points, while haps the team will pick up a a nd shoulder, which had been with five of its top seven Division contest. ^' 1 ' te Jacobs. Greg Dalman and good one (shortstop) like (Zoilo) injured in the mishap. Lolich, players returning, edged Pan Holland Christian (2-0) will Sc ?tt Bruursema added six Versalles, but no one wants to by the way, eats righthanded. American, 67-65 attempt to run its win streak 5!P' oce Mark Van Rhee with give up a good one." Lolich came up to the Tigers Fifth-ranked Houston turned to three when it visits Allegan fo . u j" P° lnts and Keith Veldheer will Kaline be traded? "I the hard way -- through the back Southwestern Louisiana 89- in another 8 p.m. contest, this "; lth lwo rounded out the West don't look for it. There's been minor leagues. 81 as Elvin Hayes pumped in 31 one non-league °"t wa scorin S lots of talk and some offers, After brilliant careers in Babe points. ' In other games involving area ., r !? e a TM 1 ' was moved up from but I don't think it'll happen. Ruth League, high school and UCLA and Duke have had, teams, Hamilton (2-0) will be * nda y because the West Ot- There was one possibility which American Legion baseball, he three critical battles m the past! at Caledonia in the Express- j)*^ .. yr , on Center ^ wrestling was kept pretty much out of the ! spent several years in the T Saugatuck *" three seasons with Duke holding wa ' League: Saugatuck (1-1) a 2-1 edge In the 1964 NCAA at Covert in the Al-Van League, title game. Walt Hazzard and; fennville (0-1) at Delton in the meet will mary to Christian v a r s i t y basketball as the prelim-'papers'_'Kafine for (Campy) , Tigers' farm system the Panther-South Campeneris (Kansas City A's).' making the big time. before Gail Goodrich engineered"a 98~' Kalamazoo Valley Association' ga ^ , l ? nifght TM e meet is - - "- ·-- ·" -- scneduled for 6:l.i p.m., the for 6:15 game for 8 p.m Does the National Guard sum- After fine 18-9 and 15-9 sea- mer camp make a difference sons (1964 and 1965) Lolich slip- in your pitching? "Yes, it cer-. pe d to a_ 14-14 mark this past lainly does sharpness You lose your season. When asked if weight pitching is a may have been the problem, fine art, and you can't afford the "gutty" Lolich replied, "No. swimmers. T , - ... n .. . FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla The Fennville-Delton game is (UPD-Eight men p.m, all a ii of whom their events. Swimming Hall of o to go two weeks without work- Tnat was just something the ing out" sportswriters m a d e up. I When does s p r i n g training weighed an even 200 when I start? "Pitchers and catchers' *°n 18 in '64 and I was at 202 will report Feb. 26. The others ' this_year." us March 2 or 3. That 83 Bruin rout of "Duke Hudsonville (2-0) at Wyoming The teams didn't meet in 1965 Park n the 0-K League; and ___ but last season, UCLA invaded Hudsonville U n i t y Christian c - , . .. ... , _ Duke territory for a pair o f ' ( H } wil1 hos .t Grandville Calt '9 h « Men Added To early games and was beaten 82- vin Cnn stian in the 4-C Confer- Swimming Hall of Fame 66 and 94-75. ence - " UCLA is unquestionably bet- . . . . , ter this season with Alciudor scheduled for 8:30 Uie most highly touted colle- oUlers for 8 Pm giate basketball player since . , ~~: Wilt Chamberlain and Jerry Athlete-Military Probe ^ ucas WASHINGTON (UPI)--ixep. swim snnne nere, along with ! v " T." --" 7i . v " £':r" ",T h»tit.,- nav t ,,«oV" Duke has 6-foot-7 Mike Lewis L. Mendel, D-S.C., has asked ' other 1966 honorees on Wednes I practice so the hltters won l y at center with 6-foot-8 Warren Defense Secretary Robert S day, Dec 28 ' nave to use P' tc hing machines." Chapman and 6-foot-6 Bob McNamara to personally look The new inductees are Alfred . W ]?- al about . the ne . w Ti £ ers . Riedy to help up front. Bob into charges that some profes-' Hajos of Hungary, Arne Borg of' P ltchl "f coach ~ Jim Kaat Verga, a second team All- sional athletes have been shown Sweden, and Alan Ford, Steve "" m " rt America choice last season, will favoritism in getting into the Clark, Jack · Medica, Billy direct things in the backcourt Army Reserve or the National Smith. Wally Ris and Joe for tho Blue Devils. Guard. Verdeau, all of the U.S. , for me was They e nduced I into he wil1 i ive ^ P itchers a chance 1 f ^concentration. I blew a Im shrine ? here aton! w « h l t o l read y to P itch batting lot of leads this year. I'll be sec win- Free Basketballs Friday, Dec. 9 Holland Civic Center Holland Carvers vs Chicago Bombers A IASKETIALL TO IE GIVEN AWAY FREE TO EVERY CHILD ACCOMPANIED IY AN ADULT. TICKETS ON SALC AT SUPERIOR SPORT STORE ALSO lOONSTRA'S IN ZEELAND CHILDREN $1.00 GIN. ADM. $1.50 RESERVED $1 75 M . ! e J J JJ ffj| a 20-game winner out of Jim Kaat . . . and I'm not just saying that because his (Kaat's) father is here . . . Kaat is one heck of a pitcher Maybe he can help me. I wouldn't mind it if he made a 20-game winner out of me " Docs all the travel that major league teams do have an effect on the players? "It sure does. I feel an athlete needs about 10 hours of sleep . . and you just don't get it when you spend half your time flying somewhere." Are the Tigers going to get any help from tho minors this year? "No, it doosn'f look that way. 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