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PAGE SIX BLYTHKVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY I, 1981 Number Nine Wins Semi-Pro Title—Y Juniors Take Two from Newport Miners Defeat Manette 7-4 In Osceola Tourney Finals OSCEOLA—NumijtM- Nine's Ninai's scored five runs in the first inning here hist ni^ht and then linn^ on lo defeat tJio .Monoite JJufialoe* 7-1 ;m<l claim the Nortlie;tsl Arkansas semi-pro baseball championship, AlPit base running that wns* highlighted by a ste.il of home by phortMop Bobby Scon, got ihc Nin- : cif of! to a "flylnn surt m the| final sanie ol tlie Notthoasl ArVian-i f,ns Semi-Pro tournament and as-' Btived them a spot in ihi* si HIP semipro tourney at Buoneville laier this month. ] Thp Niners scored their five nine in tl?e opening frame u-jihout (jetting a ball out of the infield. Grri> Puckeu, \\lio uent the distance for the Buffs. o?t R little la\ on the mound with runners on and Uic runners took advantage of ii Insurance runs Ui ilu- third nnd eighth frames save Elnni Van i Gilder .It., son of a f.iimi'r Kr i.onisj Browns' pitcher, all the '.vorkJiu; ] margin he needed. He purhrd seven I hit ball and doled oiu Mouetlc's j four run* one nt a I imp. j Except for (hf wJM first innlnp. t the gamp was a tlirillcr all the way. | The Kitif-ii sol nine hiLs uff Puck-j ett. an 18-yrar-old kid fresh out of j thr American Legion junior ranks.! but thcv didn't mistreat him by j any means. Pnnkett. \vbo has plen-j tv of speed, tightened up In the clinches and kept Number hits preti-v ivrll scattered. Legion Midgets Edge Kiwanians Coaltcr's Triple Gives Legionnaires Narrow 13-12 Win tl .st sst;cl c re- rna n Ins 13-la win over the Kivviin: in ti Mlrtget League* w\i\w \ Ninth Stropt Pitrk. Trailing 12-11 noii torn half of (he i; I .t'K l< 1J1'" "Hi (' K t It! (t [ j If MJUI •_' V nnftH'.s si tiff led, .stoic sm*fuJ third iind tanm home on a |iu ball. Thc next two haituis ivore I tired in order bin l:-;uloil j Hnwiml was walked nnd iheti cumr* ' Nine's I Co;ijt( ' r ' 5 XMiw-wittnttiK hlmv. CojiHor.s hit was his. fourth of ! | Ihe afternoon hie]inline smother i tri()I<?, n smfile, nnd a home run. [ Necdlc.ss to say, he wus tlie day's leading hitter. The name was n nip and tuck tiflair from the start. Thc Kiwan- ians opened with five runs in the [ first, inning and the U^ionmmes the game Steve Ralph, \ counted twice in their hi.st i«nin«. The Kiwanis Club went down in order in the we and nnd the I.e- gifninnlrcs scored five runs In their AMKK1CA.V New York Cleveland JJo.slon Chicago Washituuon Philadelphia St. Louis NATIONAL Rrooklyn New Voi k C'lHCJl^'O Si. Louis i'hiludolDhia CinciiinaM j liastoii [IHUsbut^h W I- Pet. OB 40 27 .597 39 32 .519 3 33 32 30 33 3fi 31 28 34 32 3!) 23 47 LKAGLi; W L 48 20 45 23 40 31 41] 34 32 37 Til 40 2fi 13 19 55 .543 3' .542 3' .537 4 .45'J 0! .-ial 10 .392 IS 1 l>cs. OB .100 .662 3 ,56:t 9'v .541 11 .404 IG'j .437 18':; .394 21'.257 32 . \TOON -The Yankees now even sign Uicm in pan:,. Tlie world champions landed Hal Ucfu ami Sta 1 ky, identical uvin.s, [ov tlu'ir HitighJimiHoii brunch. The likc-Jy youngsters played shortstop mid o, iT.siimtvcly, for the University of Southern CUitornla ami made 56 double plays in 50 games. { ec- SOUTILKUN ASSOCIATION Dyer Hur!s Three-Hitter For A Team; Bees Win 19-8 .N'KWPORT—Two teams of Rlyllieville V juniors swept both ends of ;i clouhlcliPiKk'r from Newport junior teams hero yeslcnlHy lU'lornoon. In Hie firsl game Blylheville "B" juniors shellacked Newport's H-yeai's-of-ase-and-inKlei- team l!)-8 ami in the second the Y'.s "A" team whipped Newport's American Legion's juniors 10-1. In the first game Hlyllieville got ' Roberts 2b . Hoa teller 2h Bennett 3b , Massey cf Paneky If . . Cash ib Beard p Touls . Steve O'Neill Has Phils Winning; Brooks Latest to Feel Their Sting N't".",' Orleans Mo I) iie i _,. ! Atlanta ! Nashville | Memphis ! JJUle Rock Ted Fisher. Charley Keller and Ernie Crone each fjot two hits lo lead the .Viner.s' attack and Connie McMasters Ret the pace for Mo- nptte \vith three binpleK in five trips Following tournament director, awarded certificates to the tournnmciU'.s outstanding players and members of Fatherly Sieve O'Neill has dis- full game oil Hie froiid'umiinx New | Darkness limited this second con- cured Ecttlu 1 Sawyer's nnslerny j York Yankees, takinp their second j ic.st o[ the Lv.in bill to .seven program and n-placed it with n straight overtime tilt fium the i innings. Brown!;, 3-2, while the Boston Recli Pel leu relief pitching by 41-year- Sox were beating ihc champions, old Alton BcnUin helped the' Red 5--I. Chicago's White Sox nipped. Sox grab Ihc rubber of the three- Detroit, 3-2. ami Philadc-liilna's • same set with the Yankees in New Athletics dropped Washington into W 47 48 4-1 42 43 3ti 33 31 .573 .558 .550 .525 .524 .450 .407 .4031 four-hit m'tchins from'Freddie Akers xvliile its youngsters wore pound- in Brownsiein and Miller \viih 11 basi* bluivti. Akcrs also \vas Blythcvillc-'s [pa^- , _.. . inp hitler as he rapped out a triple, j Hardin rf double and single in five times tit! Bon bat and S'jorerl three runs. Byr<l. with a homer and a triple, led Newport, In the second (;ame the Blyihe- villo team backed up Jerry Dyer's three-hit pitc.-h.ini? job with a 12- hit attack on Bcntd, the Newport .sctcter .to pumcr Us fourth win of the season against as many losses CiiU-her Chnrlps Garner «*as the bi'j man at the plale for Hlyihcville l with a perfect, four-for-imir clay hi- cluctinff a Jong home run in (lie fifth inning thai carrieti for nearly 400 feet Fans at the same said it \v;is the Ion;?<•>( home run hit in il^e Newprrt park in several years I'nitr in Seventh Garner's big blow came with no runners on and it broke a 3-3 tie and sent the Y foam ahead to .. 2 .. 2 .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 Atlanta Defeats 'air Double Loss Knocks Bears 2 Games Back Of Leading Pels and replaced it with more popular plan thai- appears j to be putting nc! ( ,v life into [ J hila- ( iielphia's awuki.'iiijig Win/. Kids. | Under his knidly ^uidatK-e, tbe . iMiillies have ijecn phivin^ a bratul ] of hasehnU utterly devoid of the [fifth place with a 4-i triumph i eai'iy-.seriKon futility tttnt statnped ' ! ihc in as tlie hi*: nest di^sappoinl- j nn-Jit of the your. Ihe Number Nine train. Keller was chosen by the tournament umpires nnd learn managers as the most out.if ending player in the tournament nnd Van Gilder was voted the outstanding pitcher. Both also received berths on the MI- toiirnament team. Other members of the all-tournament team are: Terry Moore O'Neal, Bobby Scott. Sonny I,ed- better. and Ernie Crone of Number Nine: Harold Thomas, Nei) Abies, Joe Ed Brooks. Connie McMaslers find Gene Puckett. Manette; Charles Lutes. E. J. Baker, Hugh Wright and Jimmy KilJeU, Luxora. BOX score: Number Nine O'Neal 2b Scott SK Fisher 3b Keller Ib Bodenhinier rf Hollinpsworth It Crone c Yielding cf Van Gilder p Totals Monet to Thomas M Henry lib Rappert Ib Brooks rf McM&sterf cf OocKJman a Abels 3b Cog^tns It Puckett p Totals AR 4 3 5 4 4 4 3fi AH 4 a 3 4 Then tbe Kiwanian.s ran thrc-e [ Since the Gl-yent-okl O'NeiJl Min.s home m the third to t;iko the ; took over as Vhllndclphia mntin^cr lead ngaln only lo lose It the tutxl \ Inst Saturday, the Phils have won when the Let;ionnsiires tied i four out of six troin Brooklyn and New , York, the top two club.s in the National League. Under Saw- yoi, the Phils won '28 and lost 35. Wi.se old Steve re/u.se.s io tnke tlie credit but in his first meeting with bis new loam he told the players all of Sawyer's austerity program, except the curfew, was on(, There \\~ns io bo a midnight ami 2:CO a.in, deadline for day and nitiht Kanie.s l*ui the players could have cars, cards, wive:;, goif clubs nnd swim suits with them. S»L-C|> Twin Bill Playing the Lions Cluh nt .V3o'inn !' BviIhoHt Pitchinn l>y Robin Ro' ' j hcrls and HHSS Meyer plus timely ' luttuiB by oiitficldcrR Hill Nichol- Winc Festival Scheduled ison ancl Mel clailc BRVC thc phlls the Senators, Cubs Win Pair Chicago's Cubs solidified the score ftKtiln. The Lc^idnnnn r-s went into Ihe l^n ditgsnn in the fourth with three runs but the Ki- wnnians came back with four in' the fifth to tnke n one-run lead. Fitzgerald was the winning pltch- <r. He wns tagged for 12 hits. Wayne Holbrook was the lo=;er. He gave up nine bast- blows. Holbrook was the KiwiinlR Club's leading hitter with two triples and « single hi four limes at but. John Lutes homered for the Kiu'anians. This afternoon league piny was in be con I timed with the Jayrees !1 0 1 1 1 \ 1 TEL AVIV '.-F'i—A wine festival.] 0 combining old bibhc.il and new is-| be celebrated thih j of 0 their hold on third place in the National, pasting a pair of defeats upon Pittsburgh, 8-;j nnd 3-fl. Harry Brecheen pilcheil the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds for their nth victory in the last 16 game.s. Enos Slaughter continued his batting rampage, driving in nil runs In Ihe ei/jhth with a ba.ses-Ioaricd double off loser Herman Wehmeier. A home run by pinch bitter Bill Nicholson following a walk io Connie Ryan in iho eighth gave the Finis the nightcap win after Roberts hud registered his 11 in triumph with a six-hitler in the opener. A home run beat thc Giants. The York. The heavyweight hurler slemined a threat in the seventh and retired seven Yankees in a row lo safeguard Sid Hudson's fi-4 lend. A pinch single by Barney Me- Cosky drove in Dale Mitchell with the run Hint gave the Indians a 10-inning triumph over the Browns. VKSTKKDAY'S KKSUl.TS National l.eLi^ne rhilaiiclpliia -l-'J Brooklyn 3-1 Boston 2 New York 1 Chicago 8-3 Pittsburgh 3-0 (darkness halted .second at end ol T) SL. Louis 3 Cincinnati 0 American League Boston 5 New York 4 Cleveland 3 St. Louis J (JD In- Chicago 3 Detroit 2 Philadelphia 4 Washington Midget League Standings Southern AsscK-iatiori Chattanooga 7 Little nock • [Nashville f> Memphis 1 I Birmingham G New Orleans Atlanta 4-2 Mobile 2-0 Team Lions American Legion Jaycees Ya'rbro Rotary Kiwanis Pet. 1,000 .750 .B6T .500! .250 1 .000 TODAY'S OAMKS National LeaKtie New York at Brooklyn Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Chicago at St. Louis Philadelphia at Boston Centuty-Old Sisters a sweep of their doubleheader with Brooklyn. 4-3 and 2-1, and three wins in tbe four-nume .scries. 2'. reel style, will be celebrated IhLs j Tllc rimllllc dcfc " t cul " lc °° A ' 1! summer on ilw southern IrliiRM of Kers flrst -l llllce "'«'«!" I" three Ml. Csrmel. thc wine center or Uic' Kanlcs °™ 1 " " In c " ults • who lost Holy lj,nd. Tlirre have ben no!" (?™iil;-qpnorluillly to pick up wine festivals liere for some twol 1 "" 10 xrouiid - by dropping n 2-1 thousand yeans, historians say. ! dr.'ision in tin- Boston Brave*. Tlie fcstivnl. which will be hlfh-! Clevplntid's Indians picked up a lighted by a number of concerts.! tvill be coordinated with the Jewish Choir Feitiv.il In Jerusalem. r following a two-out smglc i I.ogstn in the eighth. j Saner Hits Nn. 'il In the fall ^vhell green chlorophyll ceases lo be dominant In trees, red. orange and yellow piK- menUs have their chnnsc lo show. APLINGTON. la. W,-Mrs. L. B. Popkes helped hc-r lii;!i? sister. Mr.i. Hcyo Fi'ey, celebrate her moth Hunk Saner blasted hi' 21?t.' birtlldav nnnivcrfnvv here rer.-!ii!v. homer as U'arrcti Hai-kcr pitched I Mrs. Popkes celebrated her 104th a two-hit shiitoul foi- the Cubs. I birthday last Dec. 27. Southern Association ; Chattanooga at Little Rock N.ishvHIe at Memphis Atlanta at Mobile Birmingham at New Orleans American League St. Louis aj Chicago (Also suspended game of April 27) Cleveland at Detroit New York at Washington (2) Boston at Philadelphia Hlythpvillc atlcJeri two more runs in the sixth on a single by Dyer, a Holder's choice and two infield onts. TUrn in the seventh inninj? B'y- thpville ptit thc ?ame on ice with a four-run outburst. Two walks and smiles by Joe Whi^enhunt. Bennie nnd Garner accounted for thc four tallies. No Newport, player pot more than Last Yankee Netman Beaten at Wimbledon I>y CHARLES WHIT1NQ WIMBLEDON. England M>,-T)l C United Slates today W as left holding nothing but the bag as far as the three big InimiaUonn) lrn,ia I cl\anip:on.s]ups are coiKernel. Australian ace Frank Sedgman is the United Slates champion at least until September. His doubles partner. Ken McGregor, nn tn-atid- otner. holds the AuMiahan ntle. And it's gomji to be riihci SedK- man or Jaroslav Drobnv the champion of Wimbledon tmgenl. low-headed Herbie Flam of Beverly Hills. Calif., m a .semifinal match. 6-'2. (;-•?. 0-G. 8-10, 6.4. Sedijni.iii, ni-oljnblf the finest amateur pl.iv,. r in (lie worlil. already had gamed his final bracket, beating couiui \ man Mervyn Rose. 6-i. fi-4. 1.5. ;im i ] u .']| ]10 rtoniji lule Ihe InYniUf «tien he rto.scr^ co^T,f :.:,. o ;;'o™ 1^,^:1 i ^ -" „ "»• »***™<™ Czech re, ugM „-„„ „„, Is . cltmn j °-"»>- l^^^ h ^ of Egypt, put an end to any Amc-H-! held Die Wirnblrclon men's liilc can hopes yeMerday when he elini-lsmn- Jack Kr.-mirr wan it in 19J7, mated the la.-.t of :he Yank con- I is onl m the c old. BOTTtED IN BOND YEUOWSTONE INC., LOUISVKIE. KY GET READY FORA .^'"•^ THRILLS! SPILLS! CHILLS! STOCK CAR RACES FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 4lh TIME TRIALS 8:00 P.M.-RACES START 8:30 P.M. FAIRGROUNDS Walker Park Blyfheville, Ark. 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Monday afternoon the Y juniors i Meanwhile. ChattanooRa is a rc- '.vill try for the fourth time for a ; mote factor in the All-Star race. victory over Joncs'oora's Ameriran | The Lookouts trail New Orleans by Legion junior-, in a game, scheduled i two full games. lor Armorel Park. Box s:nre: lilvthcville Lon? 2b Hays If .. G:irn[?r c Chikircss Ib ... Bynum If Wliisenhunt 3b Moslcv rf Hill 2b ... Dyer p .. Totals . . \ewpnrt Brady ^s AH .. 3 S 4 TIRE SALE EACH FOR YOUR PRESENT TIRES M 1.00/15 WWtfwtJI fEquolly generous oliowancet on all »iiej.) PLUS BIG ALIOWANCES ON YOUR PRESENT TUBES The Crux also Rot back into the I first division. Nashville dropped a El ; notch although the Vols won from I i Memphis 6-t. 1 I The finest pitching of the nisht 4 was Al Sima's against Little Rock 0 : as Cattanooga won 1-0. The defeat 2 I was the Travs' 10th In a row. 3 : o Young Men's Fancy P| VANCOUVER. 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