The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1966 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, September 13, 1966
Page 7
Start Free Trial

BlythtvUlt (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, September 13, 19M - Pip Uweo MAJOR LEAGUE 1 STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L./rU G.B. Lps Angeles ..84. 59 -.587 Pittsburgh S'. Francisco Phjla, ••••••• Si. Louis ... Atlanta,,-... Cincinnati .. Houston ... New York '. Chicago '83 ,82 78 'M'' 74 71 63 60 52 .576' .5l4 -.497 .429 AH .364 1014 13 23 25 32 Monday's Results WHICH ONE'S THE CAPTIVE AUDIENCE? Los Angeles 3, New York 2 "Only ganie scheduled Today"' Games r Atlanta -at Chicago -v: Cincinnati at St. Louis, N Pittsburgh at Houston, N New .York at .Los.. Angeles, N .-^Philadelphia at 'Satt- Frahcis- JSpiN- - /; Sr-v.: '•'-'" '->'•._. Wednesday's Games *~v Atlanta at Chicago '± . : Cincinnati at 'St. ' Louis, N ' ""' Philadelphia at San Fraheisco Only games scheduled . . ,;:: AMERICAN LEAGUE -S W, L.Pct. G.B. Baltimore - . 89. 55 ..618 Minnesota .80. 65 .552 9% Detroit:...:. 79 -65 .549 10 -Chicago ... 76 California. , 73 'Cleveland- . 73 Kansas City . 66 New York..-:. 65. 81 .445 25 Washington . 64 84 .432 27 Joston ...'-. 64 85' .430 27% f; r Monday's Results California 6, Baltimore 5 Only game scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at Detroit, N Kansas City- at Cleveland, N California at Baltimore, N Washington at -.New. York, N Chicago at Boston,. N .i" Wednesday's Games f' ; Minnesota' at Detroit, -N • i. Kansas City at 'Cleveland, N „ California, at. Baltimore,_N .'. -Washington at New York ,. . """Chicago aVBostbn .549 70.:.521 71 ,507 73 ,500 80 :452 81 .445 84 .432 ivlinor League Playoffs INTERNATIONAL Final -,,-: Toronto 2, Richmond. 0, Toronto leads, best-of-7 .series 1-0. PACIFIC COAST Filial Tulsa 2, Seattle 1, best-of-7 se- iries : tied 3-3. •.''•" ."•'••'. : .-••Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinill 1 * 1 Monday * By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Jim Fregpsi Angels, drove in five runs with This Week THURSDAY Piragould Jr Hi at Blythcvilte Jr Hi, 7:30 j Keiser at Luxora. ..: •:•" FRIDAY Blytheville at North .LR. West Memphis at'Harrison-, Southside Park. Piggott at Gosnell. ' ••' Trumann at'Osceola. Parkin at Shawnee (Joiner). Wilson at Marked; Tree. • Caruthersville (Mo.) at Hayti (Mo.). ', • - ; -" ; - ••'• Jacksonville* at LR Hali. Russeliville at' McClellan." Jonesboro at, Stuttgart. West Memphis at Batesville. OTHERS THURSDAY •••••• LR Catholic at.LR Central. Cotton Plant at Augusta. • . . . FRIDAY Fort. Smith Sorth«lde : .,tt El Dorado. ' ' Textrkant it Texts High. > Forrest City at DeWltt. Helena at Newport. Camden at -Magnolia. • • Malveni at.Crossett. .... ... Fort Smith St. Anne at clarksvtlle. Pine Bluff at Hot Springs Fayettevllle at Sltoam > Springs Springfield Hillcrest tt Fort Smith Southslde. - Van Buren. at Sprlngdale. Rogers at Bentonville. Harrison at Mountain Home. Huntsvllle tt Sublaco,. . 7:30 Tonight Elythevilie's seventh grade football team has .a game with Luxora tonight at -Haley Field, ••'.'• • . Kickoff at 7:30. The Blytheville futures are coached by Jim King and Theo James. . - V;.. .North IM fan* tt Hot Iprlnil ,tn»«ton. ; i . Mirltnni tt Olirtudon. rtrwouM it Walnut Rldgt. Brlnkltr tt Wynni. Ctfiot tt Lonoke. Puller tt Morrllton. • • Brytnt tt Sheridan. Wtwon Chapel tt Dermott. BylTtn HUH it Btoton. Searcy it Conwtjr. LB Metropolitan tt Oik Gron. Arktdelphla. ftelrvlew tt Smackover. De Quein it Hope; Warren at .Dumas. 'Berryvllle at Prairie Orove. Lincoln it Onrette. Atkins it Chaileston. Clinton it oztrk. ' . Mountainburg at Decatur. Elklns at Orcenlancl. . Pea Ridge it Farmlngton. Gentry «t .West Fork. Corning it Pocahontaa. Lepanto at "NetUeton. - DeValls .Bluff at Elalnt. Harding it Beebe. Heber Springs at CarllsU. Harrlsburg at Bald Knob. McCrory' at Des Arc. Marlon at Crawfordsvlllt. Hughes it Earle,.. Daretahelle at Bo'onevllle. Paris (tt Greenwood. - ' • Mansfield at Hartford. Cariville at' Waldroh.' Prairie Drove at Altus. Dolalrway at White Hall. England it Joe T, Robinson. Perryvllle 'at Lakesl'de. Bauxite at Bismarck. Magnet Cove at Sparkman. Ham'p'toA it Bison. Gould .it Glenwood.' Carlisle at Barton. Oillett at "Mii'rvell. Gnrd^i at Ashdown. Dlerks at Broken Bow. James Bowie, Texas at Foreman. Lewlsvllle at Bearden. £udora it Strong. Fordyce at McGehee. Star City-at Lake VlUage. Stamps it Bradley. ' . -Arcadia La. at- Juntlon City.-' Norphlett' at Mur/reesoro, Mo'ntlcello at HampburK. ' Hazen at Holley'Grove. BUFFALO NffDS SOMfONf TO CATCH THE BALL Gets the Call to Start By MIKE RATHET • . .[."and.I don't, have any zip. But 'it's.coming along, and I'm real ly not worried, The only thing that worries me. is .that I haven't much game time as I need. But it's getting better I've given up babying it and I'm •encouraged;" Kemp's~sore arm stems from- some exercises he did the first NEW YORK 'jf&l < Jack Kemp, the Buffalo. Bills' sore- armed quarterback," admits 'he's been throwing' with"pain, but he isn't about to start" .worrying about becoming the Sandy Kouf-' ax of the-'"American Football League. ' ' ' "-'"There's .pain," Kemp said, soreness, has .ingered longer, than doctors expected but there is no risk of Kemp damaging the arm further if he plays — so he s been playing *- * * He has, however, been ineffective, completing only six of 21 passes last. Sunday as the Bills lost to Kansas City 42-20 Division cellar-with a 0-2 record in defense of'their AFL title.; But Kemp's, receivers, also have been at fault, and Coacl Joe Collier plans af least one change for this week's/garni against Miami, starting Arkan sas -rookie Bobby Crockett a split end in place of Glenn Bass week . of .training- camp. The I and. dropped into the Eastern Young Knicks: Pin Hopes QnCozzie NEW YORK-TAP) -The New York- Knicks, -doormats .of the National Basketball Association the past seven.years,.may have unlocked the door to'the playoffs with the acquisition of Cazzie Russ'ell, r 1965's".cT)Uege basketball playerof .the year. "We've now got a real good, young basketball team," said Eddie Donovan, general manager of the Knicks, who .have ..not made the playoff-.:since .1959. "We don't expect Cazzie to tear up the league, but we have a lot of hope for him." -a grand-slam- homer and a double as the California edged Bal-| nay The Knicks announced Mon- that the former Michigan tirnore 6-5. -.-• PITCHING — Ron Perranos- pitched four shut- in relief, helping, Dodgers, •/out innings .National League-leading Los „ Angeles to its fifth straight vic- 'tory, a 3-2 decision over the :<New York Mets. LL Elects Farley : 'WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. <AP) — James A. York, former Farley of postmaster New gen- a Willis Dave eral of the United States, has been elected president of ..the Little League Foundation, suc- •-eeeding Harry E. Humphreys Jr. Montreal Host TORONTO (AP) - The Royal Canadian Golf Association an;i)OU!iced.. today, that the 1967 .'Canadian Open will be held at -.- Montreal Municipal Golf Course ,June 29 to July 2. The prize ' will be $200,000. i- uav w>«i* "•— -: . star had come to terms. Neither foe amount nor the length of the contract was disclosed, but it was reported that the 6-foot-5y2, two-time All-America will receive more.than $200,000 spread over a long-term, contract. "We will start him off in the guard position," said Donovan. "We're not looking for him to take us out of the doldrums single-handedly. But we've, got ' good nucleus now .with Feed, Walt Bellamy, Stallworth, Howard Komives and Dick Van Arsdale." The.Knicks, who-made Russell their No. 1 selection in the NBA draft, outbid the'-Harlem Globetrotters, who also were after the services of the 22-year-old Russell. "I'm no comedian, the newest Knick said. "I was seriously considering playing for the Trotters, but I'm going to enjoy the brand of ball they play, in the NBA, and I'm .looking .forward to playing .against. Oscar Robertson, Bill Russell and. Sam Jones." TO PL AY TEXAS SATURDAY {Trojans Are Contenders By BOB MYERS I . This .is., Jortunate,hecause it'll Associated Press Sports Writer tak <; su * de P th J* re P' ace one graduated star, All - America, Heisman Trophy winner, halfback Mike Garrett. With Iron Mike gone, McKay notes, more people will get to handle the ball. Among them is right halfback Rod Sherman. This 190-pound senior possesses a remarkable average of six yards per carry in his career at use. LOS ANGELES (AP)-Southern California's Trojans, beaten out of the Rose Bowl assignment in the final four minutes of the deciding game last November, will again be a powerful contender in the race this autumn. The Trojans get their first test Saturday at Austin against a highly regarded Texas Longhorn team, and it could be a rough one. Ten years ago at Austin, the last time the teams met, he Trojans ran off wiih the contest, 44-20. Texans, Trojan Coach. John McKay has been advised, have long memories. * * * The 1966 warriors of Troy are' large and reasonably fast and McKay says he has more backfield depth than he's ever had There is one question mark involving this redhead. He underwent, knee surgery last winter. The knee apparently is now sound but- Sherman has been handled carefully in pre-season practice: On the Garrett left side McKay is depending upon three men, Don McCall, Wilson Bowie and Steve Grady. Bowie is a sophomore, McCall a senior and ARENA SUB There's a change in tonight's professional wrestling g.prograro. at Legion Arena, ' ' . The duel between Rowdy Bed Roberts 'and Chief White Owl has not materialized. "The Indian was injured and can't make it tonight," reported promoter Herb'Welch from Dyersburg (Tenn.) this morning. ; '".''• ; Billy Wicks has been booked as a replacement to tackle Red. * +' * ' . On the other portion of the card, it's the famous Blue . Infernos vs. Al Costello and Dynamite Laye.. .Both matches are best-of-three, with 6frminute limits. Tickets are 75 cents and 25 cents. First bell at 8;30. Ticket sale at 6:30. Speedy Hatfield of Mobile is referee. aiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiitniiiiini Business Guys, Get Ready! YMCA'fall and winter gym classes for business and professional men are scheduled to iiold opening sessions Wednesday in the gym. The noon group meets at. 12 sharp,,while the afternoon class takes the floor at 5:30. Regular schedule is Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. By CHARLES GREEN MEXICO CITY (AP) - There may be -some with more international .sporting events coming up next month, but the word has riot yet readied Mexico City. v that it was arranged again and plans are already itl the works for third.* * * Almost 500' athletes from 20 countries have entered this year's competition so far. More October is already being | are expected before the entry .called the sports month of 1966 by' some papers in this sports crazy country and the list of internationally significant events is long and varied. The biggest event 1 is the Second International Sports Week the so-called little Olympics which will be held at eight sites in Mexico City, Oct. 12-24. Other events on the calendar include the Mexican Grand Prix, the men's and women's World Amateur Golf tournaments, the World Softball Championships, possibly a world title fight and several national sport-' ing events. .. . The Little Olympics started last year when-several countries Daily program includes "for-1 asked that a meet be arranged mal calisthenics, running, medi-'"" cine ball, and volleyball. . list closes Sept. 28. About 500 Mexicans also will compete. There have been persistent reports, lightweight boxing champion Carlos Ortiz will defend his title here Oct. 12 against Sugar Ramos, a transplanted Cuban who once held the world featherweight title. Sources in Mexican boxing circles insist the fight is on but so far there has been no confirmation from Ortiz. in his six years at Southern Cal. 1 Grady a junior. Well, Now Dept.: John 'Had! San Diego's quarerback, gaine< 30 yards rushing against Bqstor more.than last year's '"record breaking Paul. Lowe; -who .alst happens to be Hadl's teammate But then the lop firee rusher from last year are all-''doing poorly. Lowe has,Crushed fo only 57 yards in 25' tries;-Clem Daniels of Oakland has picke up just 21 in 23 carries and-Denver's Cookie Gilchrist is AWP — Absent With Permission-. George Wilson Jr.,"son of the Miami coach, set 'a league record by booting 10 punts for 483 yards in the Dolphins' game against New York.. .Boston and San'-Diego also set-one in the punting' department by booting 20 between them.-Mike Garrett, the Heisma'n' Trophy Winner from Southern California, re-.; turned a punt 79 yards;for 'a touchdown for Kansas City and is the only AFL. player 'among the leaders in both'-, punt, and kickoff returns...Bert Coan's 101 \ yards gained on the ground for| the Chiefs against Buffalo was the first 100-yard rushing day for anyone this season. Ralston's Big Serve Wins '_ , .... \ TOLEDO, OWo :(AP) r- Aus-' tralian and United States Davis I Cup players .split a> pair, of 'singles matches here Monday night on their .exhibition. tennis tour, with Yankee ace Dennis Ralston whipping Roy Emerson. Bill Bowrey of Australia defeated Charlie Pasarell, NCAA champion from UCLA, 7-5,. 3-6, ] 6-2,..; but- Ralston's big serve sank Emerson 7-5,. 9-7. | .Emerson's .serve proved hard to handle too, for the only service "breaks came in the deciding game of each set by Ralston. Bowrey's triumph ~avenged his loss to Pasarell in Cleveland, the previous stop on this tour. so their athletes! trainers and doctors could take a look at competition at Mexico City's 7,347-foot altitude. The meet was so successful! Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose false teeth, slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laugh. Just. •prlnkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives * remarkable'sense of added comfort and security by holding plates mort firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See.your dentist regularly. Get FASTEETH at all drug counter*. MACHINIST TRAINEE STARTING RATE $1.55 PER HOUR .... An equal opportunity employer has openings with top benefits including on the the'job training, planned advancement, steady work, incentive pay, paid retirement plan and scheduled overtime. -•'••If you wish to improve your future by establishing yourself in a cafeer with one of Blytheville-s most progressive employers; answer.'this ad by contacting:. . ;•;; 7; Arkansas Employment Security Division 111 E. Ash Bytheville LATE MODEL USED CARS We Buy & Pay Top Prices far Clean Late Model Used Cars. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES 1300 Phone PO 3-1812 Division OPEN'flL 9:00 P.M. DAILY NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS County Tax on Real and Personal Property Will Be Delinquent After OCTOBER 1st, 1966 PAY NOW AND AVOID THE LAST MINUTE RUSH William Berry man Sheriff And Ex-Officio Collector Mississippi County, Arkansas Don't Get U.S. Royal Tiger Paws. Tiger Paws™ can do more for your car than ordinary tires can. Much more. ; Tiger Paws have been tested at 125 • miles an hour t sustained speed. ... .And they have such tough innards, you can go over some of the most (rueling roads without worrying. They respond quickly and eagerly, rain or shine. - When you're taking a sharp curve, Tiger Paws give you a feel of the road that you just can't get witfi most tires. they corner beautifully. With virtually no squeal at all. They give you that real sports car feel.-As if the car is a part of you. If you like to drive, then you should have a set of Tiger Paws under you. Come in and pick them up here. . It's the tire with the red stripe. The one that looks wild. Royal EASY CREDIT TERMS Fret Mounting/ Famous U.S, Royal "CoasMo-Cocrst" Guarantee BURNER'S TIRE SERVICE "THS LAMEST IXCLUSIYf Wf SHOP" * Ifectron/c Wheel la/aneina ]. * Recapping * .W at Repairing *yiedTire« Tires ore our Business-We Service what We Sell S.Hwy.61 Ph. PO 3-86*2

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free