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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MytkevOte (Ark.) Ceurier Newi - Saturtey, «ept*iW»er 10, IMS- Put By thi Aitoclittd Vim NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pct.G.B. 83 59 .583 Pittsburgh . >;;L(js Angeles ' Francisco . . •.St. Louis .. , (1 Atlaiita . . . .Cincinnati /Houston . . . ._Ittw York Chicago ... 80 71 77 72 72 70 63 60 50 .576 .574 .538 .507 .507 .496 .438 .423 .357 '1% 6V4 ii il •12% 21 23 32 Friday's Results Philadelphia 7,, Cincinnati 6 -Pittsburgh 3, St. LtiuiS 2, 12 • innings Atlanta 8, New York 3 i Los Angeles 7, Houston 0 Chicago 6, San Francisco 6 Today's Games Atlanta at New York, N ' Cmcihnati at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Pittsburgh Houston at Los Angele- Chicago at San Francisco •• Sunday's Games ' Atlanta at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia •St. Louis at Pittsburgh Houston at Los \ngeles 2 Chicago at San Francisco 2 Monday's Games New York at Los Angeles, N Only games 'scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pct.G.B. 89 52 .631 79 63 .556 78 65 ''Baltimore . 'Detroit — Minnesota . Chicago .... Cleveland . ' 'California .. Kansas City Washington -New York . ., Boston .545 12 74 70 .514 16% 73 71 .507 17' 70 71 .496 19 M 80 .444 28% 64 82 .438 27% 63 81 .438 27% 64 83 .435 28 Friday's Results . Cleveland 8, California 7, 10 inning. .New. York 2, Boston 1 • Chicago 1, Washington 6, iO 'Innings . . Kansas City 2, Detroit i, 10 innings ' Minnesota 6, Baltimore 1 Today's Games ' : Detroit at Kansas City, twilight Baltimore at Minnesota Washington at Chicago California at Cleveland, twilight New York at Boston, N Sunday's Games . Detroit at Kansas City ,,'Baltimore at Minnesota Washington at Chicago California at Cleveland ;..New York at Boston. Monday's Games ,.". : California at Baltimore, N Only game scheduled MINORS— Thursday's Playoffs INTERNATIONAL ;-„ Richmond 4, Rochester 1 ''••: Toronto 4, Columbus 3 PACIFIC COAST Tulsa 2, Seattle 1 FRIDAY PLAYOFFS PACIFIC COAST Tulsa 3, Seattle 1, Tulsa leads hest-of-7 series 2-1 INTERNATIONAL Rochester 8, Richmond 1, Richmond leads best-of-5 series 2-1 Columbus 5, Toronto 2, Columbus leads best-of-5 series 2-1 WILSON, OSCEOLA TRIUMPH; GOSNELL LOSES Luxora Licks Tigers, 1st Time in 12 Years HOLD IT!—Gbsnell's Mike Ward was the target on this pass play during the third quarter of last night's Pirate invasion of Shawnee. The Indians won a 12-0 game. (Courier News Photo by Burger) Pete Runnels New Pilot at Boston Giants Get Ambushed By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer School is still out for Ken Holtzman, but he heads the dean's list at Durocher Tech. Holtzman, 20-year-old student prince of Leo Durbcher's Chicago pitching staff, picked up another summer credit Friday night by blanking San Francisco for 7 2-3 innings as the last- place Cubs ambushed Juan Marichal and the Giants 6-0. It was the ninth victory — high among Cub pitchers — for the rookie lefthander, who began the season as a full-time scholar and will return to the University of Illinois at Chicago later this month to begin his senior year. * * * Until mid-June Holtzman, $65,000 bonus baby, was a once- a-week pitcher while concentrating on his studies. He beat Los Angeles 2-0 for his first decision in the majors but had won only three games when the school year ended. He's made the most of his summer vacation, however, winning four of his last five decisions for an overall mark of 9-13. "I used to iiave him only on weeiknds — Friday, Saturday and Sunday," said Manager Durocher. "I'm happy to have him any tune. He's quite something. He's a fine looking young left bander who really brings the ball." * * * Holtzman stopped the Giants on two hits for seven innings while nursing a 1-0 lead. The Cubs gave him a two-run cushion in the eighth, but he needed relief help with two out in the bottom of the inning when the Giants loaded the bases on a single and two walks. Bill Hands, an ex-Giant, came out of the bullpen, struck out Jim Ray Hart to end the eighth- inning threat and completed the four-hitter, pinning the loss on Marichal, now 21-6. The Giants', loss dropped them into third place in the tight National League race, two percentage points behind the Dodgers and IVi games behind league- leading Pittsburgh. The Dodgers blanked Houston 7-0 on Claude Osteen's three-hitter and the Pirates edged St. Louis 3-2 on Bill Mazeroski's bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the 12th inning. The * surging * * Atlanta Braves DOLPHINS SURPRISE BUT LOSE Joe Boosts Jets By BEN FUNK MIAMI, Fla. New York Jets (AP) - The launched their American Football League season with a 19-14 defeat of the Miami Dolphins, and Joe Na- math may have won back Ms starting job at quarterback. But the Friday mgni decision over the Dolphins, brand new members of the league and decided underdogs, was so close it may have left everything up in the air for Jet Coach Weeb Ewbank. Mike Taliaferro, who led the Jets to four straight exhibition victories after the $400,000 Na- math injured his trick knee, was handled roughly by the Dolphins. He completed only four of If passes in the first half, one for a touchdown. * * * Namath fared better, hitting eight of 18 shots in the second half, but was victimized by a fourth-period Miami rally led by another expensive quarterback, •minium Mini iiinniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiii Races Sun. Cottonwood Raceway near Osceola is offering a program of stock car racing Sunday night. Time trials at B, races at». $300,000. rookie Rick Norton of Kentucky. Norton threw a 43-yard touchdown pass that bounced off the hands of Bo Roberson into those of Dave Kocourek when New York was coasting with a 19-0 lead. Then Pete Jaquess, just sicked up by the Dolphins from 3an Diego, stole a Namath aerial and raced 27 yards for a score that had the Jets fighting for their lives at the end. The game was the second in which the Dolphins have surprised the veteran AFL teams. Last week, tiiey threw a scare into the Oakland Raiders before losing 23-14. * * * In other weekend AFL games, Oakland plays at Houston and Boston at San Diego Saturday night and Kansas City plays at Buffalo in a televised game game. New York took an early 2-0 lead over Miami when Verlon Biggs dumped Norton in his end zone. The Jets made it 9-0 when Taliaferro hit George Sauer with a 20-yard scoring pass. The Jets' John Sample intercepted two Dick Wood passes in Miami territory in the ttilrd period. After the first theft, Na- math took the Jets In to a score on a four-yard run by Bill Mathis. After the second, Jim Turner booted i field goal. trimmed New York 8-3 for their ninth victory in the last 10 games and Philadelphia downed Cincinnati 7-6 in other NL games.. George Altaian singled off Marichal in the fifth inning, stole second and scored the first Cub run on a single by Adolfo Phillips. San Francisco errors •helped the Cubs push, over five unearned runs in the last two innings, wrapping it up. Osteen, pitching his first complete game since July 6, scattered three singles and brought his record to 15-11 while the Dodgers punished four Houston hurlers for 14 hits, including five doubles. Successive two- baggers by Wes Parker, Willie Davis and Ron Fairly delivered two runs in the third, giving Osteen all the help he required. The Pirates loaded the bases in the 12th on Matty Alou's single, a sacrifice, an intentional walk to Roberto Clemente — who had stroked four hits — and an unintentional pass to pinch hitter Manny Mota. Mazeroski then came through with his fly to center, breaking the 2-2 deadlock. * * * Rico Carty lashed four hits, driving iri four runs, and Felipe Alou and Joe Torre homered, leading the Braves past the Mels. Atlanta snapped a 3-3 tie in the eighth with a four-run burst keyed by Carty's two-run double. Bill White's run-scoring single, after a double by Tony Taylor in the eighth, lifted the Phillies past Cincinnati after they hao 1 blown a 5-0 first-inning lead. Leo Cardenas' three-run homer sparked the Reds' come 'back. The Boston Red Sox, down so long that ninth place was Beginning to look'like up, welcomed their new manager by returning to the cellar. Wednesday, the Red Sox had climbed out of the cellar, wherein they had dwelled for much, of the season. Friday, with Billy Herman" out as manager and Pete Runnels in, they It was a M| night In Luxora. The Panther* ^p'ped Cra%- fordsville, first time Luxora has done that to Crawfordsville in 12 years, and one of Luxora's biggest crowds in a long time s?.w it happen. . In other area games, Wilson purred 39-6 at Earle, Wilson sashayer' 28-12 at Reiser; and Gosnell was turned back 12-0 at Shawnee. there was no report of tht Harrison Dragons' game here with Marianna and no details bf the Gosnell-Shawnee scuffle were available. * * * . Luxora was frustrated in the first half but finally got running in the third quarter when Ray George bounced three yards off tackle, climaxing a 60-yard drive. Luxora went into the fourth quarter leading 6-6 after the PAT try was fumbled." Bobby George added the clincher about midway in the fourth quarter when he traveled 21 yards around end. This drive went about 50 yards. Curtis Harrington passed to Ron Hayes for the extra point. The Panthers of B06 Harris racked up 218 yards rushing in the 3-B game. Crawfordsville did not threaten. Luxora slammed inside the .0 twice in the first half but was stopped—one on a penalty. Bobby George, in on 17 tackles, ;ained 113 yards rushing. Hayes piled up 119 yards. Mike Densmore, who was out of the line last week iri the tough loss to Wilson, was involved in 14 tackles. Joe George, defensive end, was in on Vt ;aefcles and drew great praise :rom bis coach. We had to scrap and drive,' Harris said. "We just wore 'em out. I was real proud of our joys. * * * At Reiser Wilson fell behind 6-0 in the first quarter when Once more the Bulldogs fired back as defensive end Terry WarhUrst pinned Little in the end zone for a safety, 22-12 returned to cumbing 2-1 the depths, sue- to the New York Yankees who climbed out ol 10th place. Boston owner Tom Yawkey, in explaining the late-season firing of Herman, said, "I think Billy did the best job he could However, I think a change was in order. It was that simple." Runnels, twice the American League batting champion, i strictly the interim managei and not in the running for the job next year, Sox officials emphasized. The prime candidate for the post appears to be Dick Williams, former utility infielder and now manager of Boston's International League farm club in Toronto. Another possibility is Ted Williams, now a vice president of the club. The Yankees combined five- hit pitching by Fred Talbot and Stan Bahnsen, just up from Toledo of the International League, and broke a five-game losing streak. In other games in the American League, Minnesota beat Baltimore 6-1, Kansas City took Detroit 2-1 in 10 innings, Chicago edged Washington 1-0 in 10 innings and Cleveland beat California 8-7 in 10 innings. Jim Kaat became the win- ningest pitcher in the majors and Tony Oliva surged ahead of Baltimore's Frank Robinson in the batting race in the Minnesota victory. Now 23-9, Kaat allowed the first-place Orioles just eight hits, and Oliva went Jones OK iMkiiiiiHHiiiiiinuiiii^ B Battle at Haley Friday Next scheduled football game at Haley Field is Monday night, between Blytheville and West Memphis B teams. Kick6ff at 7:30. Customers are reminded that there are to be three ticket windows open at all Haley games this year, the Hearn Street entrance, the south gate between the two junior high buildings, and at the northeast corner of the field. . * ¥ * Admissions for the B games are 51) Cents for adults, 25 cents for students. IIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllinillHIIlM inoptioii. Earle'i only ft) was turned by Nipper Null on a 70-yard ckoff return in the fourth uarter of the non-league en- unter. Osoebla's big Ronnie Bejirtett d an excellent job running and ocking. Osceoia's first home garni i* riday night, against Trumann. Billy Harrison caught a deflected pass from TaylOr Little and went 15 yards for the TD. But h the safne frame, Wilson shouldered to the front on Lynn Smith's 15-yard scamper and Billy Wayne Bussey's PAT boot. Dave McCullar's Bulldogs moved into safer territory in the second quarter and led 20-6 at the half. Jack Snipes ripped off one of the six-pointers, then Smith plunged from the one, his second bullseye, after a long drive. Bussey booted the point. * * * Keised struggled back into the 3-B event in the third quarter, apitalizirig on a bad snap? the Jackets took over on the Wilson three and Barry Bowman went Into the end bone from the two. Rowdy Wonts Another Fling Rowdy Red Roberts said he wants to get even with Chief White 6wl for ramming his head against the ring pole at Legion Arena this week and promoter Herb Welch said that's O.K. with him. So the pro wrestling tion at the Arena Tuesday night is billed a grudge match, Rowdy Red vs. the Chief, rough-n-tum- bie Texas rules. In the tag team opener, it's Al COStello and Dynamite Laye vs. Blue Infernos. That was it, althdiigh th* Do|- ies had one more TO in 'erh, oe uoble going over from the me in the fourth. Jerry ftowsey was Wilson's eadihi tackier. the victory w$s c6stly as o>- ensive tackle Don Scott, 148, :uffered a broken leg. Wilson grabbed four Reiser 'umbles. * * * Osceola was plagued with Penalties at Earle and had three louehddwris called back, al- ;hough you wouldn't believe it from the score. Osceola coach Howard Cissell admitted his Semiiioles showed sOme improvement this week. 'We looked a little better," he said. the defensive secondary gave the Earle passing attack a hard time. teddy Fruitt scored the first Osceola touchdown on a 30-yard pass from Phil -Morrow* Barry Phillips contributed, the next TD when he toured 15 yards. the other Osceola touchdowns were made by halfback Ronnie Curtwrigtit on a 20-yard pass from Morrow; Curtwright's 25- yard race; a pass from IVforfiiw io Larry Gladden; and Joe Edrington's four-yard shuttle on FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP — Harry Jones, All-Southwest Conference wingback for Arkansas, ran at full speed Friday as the Razorbacks went to one- a-day practice sessions. He had not gone at full speed because of an injury. Most of Friday's practice was devoted to offensive and defensive timing drills. Bad Knee LOS ANGELES (AP) - LOs Angeles Laker center Gene Wil ey was placed on the voluntarily retired list Friday because of a chronic knee condition. Announcer Dies LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bob Kelley, 49, who broadcast Los Angeles Rams football games on radio for 29 years died Friday at St. Joseph Hospital in Burbank, Calif., of heart dis- sease, a spokesman said. three-for-four, raising his average to .315, two points above Robinson who had one hit iri four trips. After getting three outs with the bases loaded in the ninth, Mickey Lolich walked in Kansas City's winning run in the 10th. In all, there were three walks in a row iri the inning, one of them intentionally, after Bert Campaneris had led off with a single and riioved to second on Mike Hershberger's sacrifice. Pete Richert lost a heartbreaker to the White Sox, giving up just one hit iri nine innings and then a lOth-inning double to Tommy Agee scored when who Ken eventually McMullen booted a grounder by John Ro- ROTHROCK'S For Finer Fragrances And Cosmetics Chanel Guer/o/n Elizabeth Arden Faberge Loimn Corn Silk • Helena Rubinstein ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Main at Railroad — We Gift Wrap Fru seeola Jr. Hi s a Winner LEPANtd - bsceoia Junic* igh football team won its seam-opener at Lepanto Thursday ght 19-0. End Corky McCorkle •oke into the end zone on a 30- ard pass play from quarter- ack Jackie ROzelle for the first core of the year f6r J.W. Seymour's club. Mike Creecy carried six points n a 15-yard run. On the third core Rozelle pitched again to (cCorkie, this time the play leasuring 25 yards. Rozelle icked the extra point., Seymour felt bis offense was air "but we need work on de- ense." : The new coach hopes to have his corrected by 7:30 Thursday ight of next week at Gosnell. 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