The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1967 · Page 4
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CHICKS VS. PINE BLUFfi (!!!) AT 7:30 Zebras in By ED HAYES Sports Editor Pine Bluff's Zebras, who have won more games on the road this year than they have in their own fieldhouse, are programmed to baffle with the Blylheville High Chickasaws here tonight at 7:30. There's a B game at 6 o'clock. Tliis is also Grade School Basketball Night. Central and Fair-view are to play a 10-minute exhibition between halves of the main event, with players from all the other teams, Sudbury, Lange, Armorel, Burdette and Gosnell getting special invitations as guests of BHS. The league is sponsored by Blytheville YMCA. All league members are asked to enter the gym at the northeast, gate. * * * Blytheville currently is a half-step behind North Little Rock at the top of the Class AAA-Eastern standings. The Northsiders' overtime win over Little Rock Hall Tuesday night advanced their record to 8-1. Blytheville is 7-1. The Chickasaws were defeated in North Littie Rock Friday night and when NLR followed with the Tuesday win, the Blytheville boys slipped from the top for the first time this season. Pine Bluff is one step removed from the cellar. The Zebras, however, have been involved in a number of Alton Barnes, near misses, such as the 6256 overtime loss to Blytheville early to January. * * * BIytheville's Dwight Williams considers the Zebras , and Elgie Goss (Courier NCWI Photo) as tough as any opponent on this year's schedule, mainly because of a 6'6, mobile center named Alton Barnes. Williams doesn't hunt for Town adjectives or superlatives when describing Barnes. All he says is this: "Barnes scored 24 points against us last time." Two fret throws by Barnes forced the extra period. He's been one of the best free- flip artists in the state this winter. Other probable starters for Elgie Gflss's Z's are 6"! Rick Marshall, S'll Billy Bush, S'10 Rick Ragans and 5'U Tod Dalby. Plus Larry Holcomb, John Searles, Johnny Simmons and 6'4 Joe Boeving. Goss has been using eight boys, regularly. * * * In the first game last month, BIytheville's 6'8 center Walt Hampton was held to only one field goal—and it came in th« overtime. The big shooter for Blytheville against the Zebras was 5'8 guard Bill Peterson with 23 points. It was the first full game he played this year. He and S'll Aubrey Bell trade starting assignments. The forwards are 6'3 Ron Wilson and 6'3 Don Gaines; and the other starting guard is S'll Stan Williams. Mike Guillot is a valuable reserve. BIytheville's record in all games is 15-S. Pine Bluff is 6-11, following the 78-63 loss —at home—to Hot Springs. The Zebras are 4-5 on the road. Tuesday night the Chickasaws have Greene County Tech—at home where they have only lost once this season. Nice Job BIytheville's seventh grade basketball team completed its 1966-67 schedule yesterday aftirndOn with a 35-26 triumph at Gosnell. Theo James' crew h«d a 10-1 season. The only loss was to Leachville, a team they later beat twice. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii IRA YOUNG: 'Worst Ever MUSIAL SIGNS INFIELDERS Stan at Bat Again By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer Stan Musial, who for more than two decades came to terms with baseball's St. Louis Cardinals, has, for the first time, come to terms for them. Musial signed infielders Dal Maxvill and Jerry Buchek Thursday — his first successful negotiations since becoming general manager last month. The former great player, who did things with ease on tfie field, had no trouble in his first contract session from the management side of the desk. Both players signed after a short talk. St. Louis now has 19 players under contract for Sie 1967 season. * * * Several other clubs also signed players Thursday. The New York Mets brought to 29 the number Of players in their fold by signing veterans an pitcher and two rookies, bringing their signed list to 25 The pitcher is southpaw John 0'- Donoghue. The rookies are outfielder Richie Scheinblum catcher Rick Underwood. The California Angels and the New York Yankees signed the piiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiL i COURIER NEWS = | Friday, February 3, 10«T an inniniinniiiiiiiiinniiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil largest number of players. Th Angels signed six — all catcher — and the Yankees five — a rookies. * * * Coming to terms with the An gels were Bob Rodgers, Tom Satriano, Merritt Ranew, Chri Krug, Jim Hibbs and John Oler ud. The latter two are rookies. The Yankees signed were out fielder Bo Beletnikoff and litchers John Schroeppel, Gar Jirouard, Bill Burbieh am Mickey Scott. Philadelphia also signed rookie — second baseman Den ny Doyle. Brooks Robinson Gets Best Raise from Birds Ed Bressoud and Chuck Killer. Bressoud, 34, and Killer, 31, are slated to share second base duties. The position was opened up when Ron Hunt was traded to Los Angeles. Pitcher Hank Aguirre, ho had a disappointing S-9 record last season, signed with Detroit as did rookie pitcher George Korince. The Tigers now have 33 players under contract. Cleveland also signed a veter- By GORDON BEARD Associated Press Sports Write: BALTIMORE (AP) — Brook. Robinson, whose early - season hitting helped carry the Haiti more Orioles to the 1966 Ameri can League pennant, has signed his 1987 contract for about $75,000. Fight* By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO - Hiroshi Kobaa- shi, 128, Japan, outpoiented Suh Rang II, 130%, South Korea, 10. COPENHAGEN - Berge Krogh, Denmark, knocked out Tony Rye, Nigeriae, 6, lightweights; Tom Bogs, Denmark, knocked out Ernie eBurford, Cleveland, 4, middleweight. LOS ANGELES - Jose Luis Valdovinos, 118, Guadalajara, Mex., outpomteed Osamu Miya- shita, 118, Japan, 10. PORTLAND, Maine — Boston Jacobs, 191, New York, stopped Willie Rae Richardson. 191. Boston, 4. "It's the best raise I've ever gotten," Robinson said before getting an 8:30 a.m. flight out of Baltimore for a weeklong series of appearances in Montana and Canada. Robinson, at 29, the oldest Oriole in point of service, jumped from about $35,000 to §50,000 after being named the league's Most Valuable Player hi 1964. Last Season, after a brief holdout, he signed for approximately $55,000. Outfielder Frank Robinson, at $100,000 is the only higher paid Oriole. "I'm looking forward to a good year," Brooks said. "Last season I didn't do as well after the All Star game, and this year I've got to keep on a more even keel." The sUck-fislding third baseman got off to a fast start at the plate in 1966. He had 70 runs batted in by mid-season, and led the league until Aug. 10. Brooks was hitting .306 through July 22 with 81 RBI and _„ ,.„.„ 19 home runs before going into hll "P s construction .. 31 « *.!...— _U:-L. i-_i-.j it.. t Farmers Bank 28Va MING/ Juanlta Horstman scatiered 200-511 in Household Exec League yesterday at Shamrock. Billie McFall cut 193-504; Ruth Gregg 173-500; Juanita Jones 497; and Louise Grissom 470. Fifth-place Hurst Tru Tones triggered 646-1801. la Teachers' League Wednesday night at shamrock: Billy Shadwlck 212-554; Roy Danels 300-502; Dan Ralni «2; De- Vayne Miller 199; Sue Richardson 74-502; Becky McAlplne 148-388; Mary Anderson and Val Stewart B2s; and Ruby Eisner 144. Strikes roUed 735-2176.. Wednesday Nlnght Ladles League: Blanche Branscum 213-593: Lor- alne Painter 213-549: JoAnns Barow 349: and Leona Robert* 198. 'hllllps Ford had 1024-2911. HOUSEHOLD EXEC W ley Kit* 12 rloo 8 llle Tractor 7 :ueen Pins 7 lurst Tru Tones 7 11 Stars 8 Misses 5 urkey Trio 5 Ine Busters 4 Light Hitters 3 o. 12 2 N»w Pro League Thunder Of War NEW YORK (AP) - A war over professional basketball talent appears imminent with the formation of a new 10-team league that plans to begin operations next fall. At a press conference announcing formation of the American Basketball Association Thursday, George Mikan, former star with the old Minneapolis Lakers who is commissioner of the league, said he expected a player war. "We would be stupid not to ask players if they are not tied down," Mikan said. "You have to respect contractual obligations, but if there is a player without a contract, we invite him to contact us." » * * Mikan said Wilt Chamberlain, star center of the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketbll Assocition, had not been contacted. But Mikan added, "We hope his position is such that he can join us. We would like to have Wilt, Oscar Robertson and any players like that who are availble." The league plans to operate two, five-team divisions with New York, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Ind., Minneapolis and New Orleans in the Eastern Division and Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Oakland and Anaheim, Calif., in the West. "Sorry, lorry, sorry ..." "Worst any of my boyi ever played hi thy 18 years « a coach ..." "They flayed like they were running In mud . .." These were just a few of the scathing comments off tH« disappointed lips of Ira Young after his Harrison High basketball Dragons were defeated here last night 71-41 by Helena. * * * Alvin Clay sprayed 11 points and John Davis 10 for the Dragons in the losing Triple A cause. "Our boys weren't jumping, weren't moving. Just a stalemate, in other words. I know they can play better ... arid I hope they do it tonight at Marion." It's another Triple A battle. The juniors are on the card also. They lost last night to Helena 52-34. Johnny Riggons was the Blytheville show with 18 points. * * * Does the Dragon coach think his boys will rebound tonight at Marion? Replied the veteran Young: "All I ask is they play good ball, win, lose or draw. If they hustle, O.K. If they don't, they'll hear from me. College Stars Must Wait Cage Pros TEACHERS' W ustlers 43 oundert , 41 ruants 38 trUtors 31 et Set 2T nlque 26 WED. NIGHT LADIES W 'e 61 Georgia 49 roadla .. 48 psl 48 atz 42U illllps Ford -. 37 'niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiaiiiicairaii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, Hockey National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Detroit 4, Boston 3 Today's Games No games scheduled Saturday's Games Chicago at Monlreal New York at Boston We Give Our Best- Advice, Performance, Service. That Is Why We Have All Of The Best Customers. BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway Manufacturing and Machint Workt PO 2-2911 slump which lasted the rest of the season. For the last 60 james, Robinson hit .206 with 19 RBI and four homers. » t * In addition to reaching the 100 RBI total for the second time in ils career, Robinson was voted y the players as the top third aseman in the league for the eventh straight year and was named the outstanding player in the All Star game. Brooks and teamates Frank Robinson and Boog Powell were the only American Leaguers named to the major league All Star team at the end of the season. Diile Pig 28 Va 22 38 28 8* 45 ft* National Basketball Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results San Francisco 137, Philadelphia 120 Cincinnati 131, Baltimore 125 Today's Gaines Detroit vs. New York at Boston St. Louis at Boston Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Los Angeles Saturday's Games Cincinnati at Baltimore Detroit at New York Chicago at St. Louis Philadelphia vs. San Francisco at Oakland By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer The latest word on the pro football draft is that it probably will be held in the third week of March after both the National and American football leagues have had separate meetings. The NFL, which struggled unsuccessfully to come up with a formula for the common drafl last month in Los Angeles, will hold its annual meeting starting Feb. 20 in Honolulu. The AFL will meet at Miami Beach, the week of Feb. 13, In the meantime, the college seniors who have finished their careers can sit and wait. No date has been set for the Fight Pending FRANKFURT, West Germa ny (AP) - Karl Mildenberger, Eurpopean heavyweight champion from Wester Germany, will fight Biil Walker of Great Britain if Walker wins a Feb. 13 fight against Guilio Rinaldi of Italy. Mildenberger's manager, Wolfgang Mueller, said the fight against Walker would be in Wembley Pool in England March 31. Read Courier News Classifieds slocking of the New Orleans franchise with NFL veterans. Vince Lombardi and his former assistants soon will have the NFL locked up, if Vincent does not already have complete control. Bill Austin left Lombardi, wandered to Los Angeles and then came burgh job up with last season. the Pitts- Norb Becker graduated (if that is the right word) to Atlanta as head coach, taking with him Tom Fears from Lombardi's staff. Now Fears has become the new head man of the New Orleans Saints. The resignation Of Red Cochran, Green Bay backfield coach, leaves Lombardi with one job to fill. He should be able to fake his pick of the men willing to direct that Packer offense. The New York Giants still are losing. Dick Lynch decided to retire the other day and Jeff Smith,' rookie linebacker, underwent surgery for a knee injury. Latest reports from Ear! Morrall are that the veteran quarterback still has a cast on his right wrist. Clint Jones, Michi;an State running back, could ie the club's top draft pick. Falrvfow, Armortl NailEaiyWIni lit Grade Loop Fairview and Arrttorel collected lopsided win: in YMCA Grade School League last night at Armortl gym, Fairview gunning Gosnell 45-14 and Armorel coasting 52-28 oVer Sudbury. Fairview jumped to an lt-9 lead over GOsnell in the first period before surrendering It to the bench. Gosnell rallied for 94 second period, and after dropping far back in the third, came back for a 13-11 fourth. In the second game Armorel sharpshooters amassed a 15-1 first quarter; then turned it Over to the subs. It was 23-7 at intermission. Sudbury played on even terms 1-9 in the third, but fell back in he fourth. * * * Games Monday night are to be at the Junior High gym, Cen- ral vs. Fairview in the 6:30 ame and Burdette vs. Lange at 7:30. Nogle Leads MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - Kel Nagle of Australia takes a leading 137 into the third round of the $5,600 Victorian Open golf tournament today. He carded four birdies and an eagle on the incoming nine Thursday for a six-under-par 67. WANTED 6 MEN If you desire to get ahead IB business you will fie Interested in our job openings as a result of promotions in our company. Experience In budget departments helpful but not required, full salary while training, age 21-30, high school graduate or better, good appearance, ability to work with others required, willing to trfcln for better position and relocate if necessary. AH expenses and automobile furnished, lop ranking company with all fringe benefits. See f he Manager UNIVERSAL C.I.T. BLYTHEVILLE OSCEOLA PARAGOULD KENNETT JONESBORO WEST MEMPHIS In Wednesday Early Bird at Strat-b-Lanea: Joyce Ray rolled 173-318; urt Hero Talt 188. Dainty Fingers show ed 714; and Farmera Bank & Tniat 201S. WED. EARLY BIRD W Blytherllle Title S3 7 Dp 47 Farmers Bank & Truat .. 45 Wonder Bread 39>4 McFall'a Florist 39 Kttz Jewelers 35 Dainty PSngtrs 33 • In the Ozorks—Nature's Wonderland—America's New Playground J&T Photo -Studio 29 H L 27 33 35 a 47 30 H SHAMROCK SCHATCH Point* Eorv.ll-Vausrht 435 Haysllp-Bratton : 432 Katz-Fsn 418 White-Clark 408 Wainer-Etchleson 40t WUHams-Sliownes 400 Roblnaon-Tloe 397 Farr-Cotner 372 Lut«j-aallaghtr 370 Remove cork liner from BC Cola 10-ounce or 16-oiince bottle caps and you may (Ind i value In dollars and cents printed on the metal Listed below an the values— $5 — $1 — SOc — Jic — lOc When you find such crowns take them to your favorite RC dealer who will redeem them for CASH, provided you can complete the slogan: "You'll flip the in RC Cola." 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RIGHT AWAY? 2000 Owner-Members From 39 State* Have Already Found It. You are Invited to tiiit H6r»eshoe Bend to see it all first hand. Write or call for information PO 3-1393 Fun-in.th«.Sun for tht Whol« Family—-3 Hrs. Drive from BlythcvilU

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