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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier New* - Monday, March 27. 1367 - Page Elevea Troys Trip Tulia ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Arkansas Travelers managed to score one run out ef four walks, a base hit and a stolen base, and slipped past Tulsa, 54, in a spring training game here Sunday. Rogers Robinson drove in what proved to be the winning run with a blbop single. • Mizzou Tops at UA FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Arkansas captured two first places Saturday in the 16th annual Arkansas Relays, but the University of Missouri proved 16 be the oustanding team, winning six events. No team champion is named for the relays. Tom DeBerry recorded a 9.9 to win the 100-yard dash and Ken Sharp -cleared 15 feet, 2 inches to win the pole vault. Steve Herndon of Missouri leaped 6 feet, 11 inches for a relay record in the high jump. The other record came in the 440-yard intermediate hurdles which Gene Schierling of Em- Plunks Hole-in-One at Base Capt. Lloyd Brown sank his first hole-in-one Saturday | morning at Blytheville Air Force Base. It happened on the ^ No. 3 hole, a par-three job, and he did it with a nine-iron. | His partner in the foursome was Jimmie Kittany. j Others were Dick Dale and Joyce Thomas. m It was the third ace on the base links this year. The | | other shooters were P.K. Smith and Lynn Thompson. = i * * * j | BAFB Pro Bill Pace announced that plans are just about | = complete for the season-opening tournament this weekend. = SOCCER PLAYERS IN RIGHT PUCF, RIGHT TIMl Italian Finds It Pays to Be All-American SANDY? WHO'S SANDY? Sam's a Sizzler poria State, Kan., 53.2 seconds. cleared in Errors Help ASU LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkansas State University, aided by two Kansas State errors, whipped the Kansans 3-2 here Saturday in a college baseball game. The game was called in the fifth inning due to rain. Kansas State 00110-2 Arkansas State 010 2x-3 Reds, Indians at LR LITTLE ROCK (AP) major league exhibition game and a Texas League game will be the first two played at Winder Field this baseball season. The Cincinnati Reds will play the Cleveland Indians in an ex- 'hibition game April 9 at 1:30 -p.m. The Arkansas Travelers, defending champions in the Texas League, meet the Austin Braves April 16. Miller Barber 3rd • PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) Miller Barber and R. H. Sikes, 'two Arkansans on the professional golf tour, finished well 'up in the money in the Pensa•cola Open • Golf Tournament fahich ended here Sunday. ' Barber, of Texarkana, Ark., finished with a 272 total and 'won $1,612. He had a final .round 65. Sikes, of Springdale, '"&rk., had a final round 70 for a "274 score. He won $1,087. Gay Brewer won the $15,000 first •prize with a 262 total for 72 holes. By RON RAPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer The verdict on Sam McDowell may not be final for a couple of months yet, but the Chicago Cubs think they see the jury coming in. McDowell, of course, is the fireballing Cleveland left-hander who was supposed to make everybody forget about Sandy Koufax. He ran into arm trouble last year and had a mediocre season. But Sunday, with the opening of the major-league baseball season just a little more than two weeks away, McDowell went six innings against the Cubs at Scottsdale, Ariz, and gave up not so much as a single " it. . . The Indians had a little trouble scoring themselves, but finally pushed across three unearned runs in the eighth inning hit. and added another in the ninth then withstood a -Chicago challenge and won 4-3. * * * In all, Sudden Sam struck ou six and walked one in the Cleve land triumph. The Cubs' runs all came in the ninth, two of them on Ron Santo's two run homer in his first appearance since being spiked on March 17. In other exhibition games Sunday, Baltimore beat Los Angeles 3-1, "Kansas City edged Houston 5-4, California blanked San Francisco 5-0, Philadelphia outslugged Atlanta 10-9, the New York Yankees bounced Cincinnati 9-3, Pittsburgh and Washington tied 5-5 in 15 innings, the Chicago White Sox beat the New York Mets 4-3 in 10 innings, Minnesota blasted Boston 7-1 and St. Louis beat 'etrocelli homered fo rthe lone Sex run. Ray Washburn doubled in a run and pitched five good innings for the Cardinals at Lake- and, Fla. Jerry Lumpe doubled n both Detroit runs. illUIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllllllllimilllllllllinn'"'»«llllllir Baseball iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday's Results Minnesota 8, Boston 3 Chicago, A, 4, St. Louis 3 San Francisco 4, California 3 Detroit 7, New York, A, 3 New York,N, 8, Kansas City 1 Cleveland 8, Chicago, N, 7, 10 innings Houston 6, Washington 5 Cincinnati 5, Atlanta 4 Philadelphia 7, Los Angeles Baltimore 5, Pittsburgh 3 Sunday's Results St. Louis 6, Detroit 2 Cleveland 4, New York 3 Baltimore 3, Los Angeles 1 Kansas City 5, Houston 4 California 5, San Francisco 0 Philadelphia 10, Atlanta 9 New York A, 9, Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 5, Washinton 5, 15 innings, tie Chicago A, 4, New York, N, 3, 10 innings Minnesota 7, Boston 1 Cleveland 4, New York, N, 3 Tuesday's Games Atlanta vs. Detroit at Lake- By ROGER DOUGHTY NEW PALTZ, N. Y. - NBA) - Eugene (Gino) Ventriglia, all - American was more or less looking forward to a carefree career as a language teacher when America discovered soccer. For Gino, a native Italian, that discovery was almost as important as the one another son of Italy made in 1942. Because Gino is an all- American soccer player in a country where playing soccer is practically un- American. All that will change, he hopes, this summer when the National Professional and North American soccer leagues, backed by an estimated $20 million, expose traditionally baseball-minded American to what most of the world considers to be the No. 1 sport. * * * "Kids like Ventriglia/' observes one North American league official, "are in the right place at exactly the right time. Up until this year, being an outstanding college soccer player in this country provided about as much market value as a used Edsel." At the State University College of New York at New Paltz, Gino maintained an average in the high 90s before graduating in January. land, Fla. Minnesota at Hog Golfers 6th LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) New Mexico won the team championship and Arkansas fin- .ished sixth in the New Mexico istate intercollegiate golf t»ur- inament here Saturday. New Mexico had 1,143 'strokes. Oklahoma State was : next with 1,162, followed by ^Arizona 1,166, New Mexico !State 1,169, Colorado 1,175 and 'Arkansas 1;176. ' • White Might Pinch Hit '•• CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) 'Bill White, the Philadelphia Phillies' injured first baseman may. be .used as » pinch hitter before long, even though doctors say he will not be able to play regularly before June; "He could pinch hit on opening day (April ID," Manager Gene Mauch slid Sunday. White severed his Achilla tendon in mid-December and reinjured it during spring train ing. • Kathy Wins VENICE, Fla. (AP) - Kathj Whitworth, plagued by four bogeys on the back nine, won the $10,000 Venice Open Golf Tour nament Sunday by one strok over Glori» Ehret and Clifford Ann Creed. Detroit 6-2. Cleveland's Dick Radatz set the Cubs down-without a hit in the seventh, but Jim Stewart broke the spell in the eighth with a two-out pinch single off Vtace Roms. ,. * •*• * Dave Johnson knocked in two uns for the Orioles with a dou- e and two singles in the victo- y over the Dodgers at Vero each, Fla. Dave Duncan drove n two runs, one on a homer, for Kansas City as the Astros fell at ocoa, Fla. George Brunet set San Franisco down on two hits in six nnings in the Angels' triumph t Palm Springs, Calif. Tom atriano had three hits and two uns batted in for California. Two balks by Charlie Vau- han sent in the tying and wining runs 'for Philadelphia at Ilearwater, Fla. The Phillies lew a 7-2 lead before coming lack for the victory. Horace Clarke had four runs jatted in and four hits for the Yankees at Tampa, Fla., and Lou Clinton homered for the Yanks. Whitey Ford was the winning pitcher. Cincinnati vs. Orlando, Fla. Houston vs. Pittsburgh at Co- .oa, Fla. Los Angeles vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg, .Fla. New York, N, vs. Philadel- ihia at Clearwater, Fla. Chicago, N, vs. San Francisco at Phoenix, Ariz. Baltimore vs. Washington at He also booted 78 goals in four years while grabbing all-American honors three times and was a genuine Big Man on Campus despite his 5-7, 160-pound stature. "Right now," says Ventriglia, "my sights are set on the Pan-American and Olympic games (he's been selected to play in both)." * * * However, Al Miller, Ventriglia's coach at New Paltz, sees nothing but 'gold in them thar goals" for gregarious Gino. "He'll turn pro after the Olympics," says Miller, "and he'll have a lot of incentive during the next year. The way I see it, the better he does in the Olympics, the more of a bonus he'll be able to command. Arid he's the kind of guy who starts out tough and gets tougher as the competition gets tougher." Gino came to this country as a youngster and didn't play soccer in high school because he went to a school that didn't bother with the sport. * * * "He had some idea about going into service," recalls Miller, "and I figured he was lost: I saw Gino playing with amateur teams in the area and I knew he was terrific but he didn't show any interest in college. Then Don Smith, one of his high school coaches, got talking to him and the next thing I knew, there he was. "Now he's up for a Rhodes scholarship, which isn't bad for a kid who didn't want to go to college in the first place." Ventriglia scored five goals in his first college game. "He only played about half the game," Miller remembers, "and right away I knew we were in for four good years." * * * With the formation of two pro soccer leagues in this country, Ventriglia, now a naturalized citizen, could become the nol-so- poor-man's Joe Namalli "It is," sums up coach Miller, "a very good time to be an all-American." Even if you happen to have'been born in Italy. FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W I. Durtl-Bcrry 43 M Lcftovsrs n 'M W<ak-ln4tn 41 31 4 n'i 41 31 4H'S « 31 Outl«w» 40',;. 311,! Honolulu 39 36 "f x Troop 34!'- 37i! Beginners 24 48 stormy C'« 23 49 GETTING UP UIS»11TC MAKES MANY I1IUI1I J FEEL OLD Common Kidney or Uladdcr Irritations make many men and women, (eel tense anil nervous from frequent, burning or itching urination nifjht and Oay. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and hnvf! Headache, Backache and feel older, tirtid, depressed. In such cases. CVSTEX usually brings relaxing comfort by curbing irritating Rorms in and urine and quickly casing pain. 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They promptly announced Wrestling Comebacking Here The * * * Senators-Pirates game Absent from the local scene this winter, professional wrestling is due to make a comeback at Legion Arena Tuesday night. Two of the most popular all-time matmen here, Billy Wicks and Rowdy Red Roberts, are lined up to face the Blue Infernos in the main event. was called off at Pompano Beach, Fla., after four hsurs and 15 minutes because of darkness. Frank Howard had three runs batted in for the Senators and Matty Alou and Maury Wills each had four Pittsburgh lits. Tom McCraw's single with the bases loaded in the 10th gave the White Sox their win at St. Petersburg, Fla. Ron Swoboda and Jerry Grote homered for the Mets. Jim Kaat gave up five hits in seven innings in the Minnesota triumph at Orlando, Fla. Ric« Ex-Bigtimer Dies WINTHROP, Maine (AP) — George F. Wilson, 77, former major league baseball player and founder of a variety store chain, died Sunday at August General Hospital. Wilson played briefly witti the Detroit Tigers in 1911 and Boston Red Sox in 1914. Women wrestlers Cora Combs and Diane Lynn are on the supporting card at 8:15. . * * * At Hayti Thursday night, Wicks is booked opposite Eric von Brauner in the winner- take-all main event. Rowdy Red is paired with Sarah Lee against Cora and the Great Yamaha in a mixed tag team match at 8:15. LAUNDRY-CLEANERS "Appearance At Its Best" Ph, PO 3-4343 next year they would attempt the hat trick. If successful, they will be the first to win the Safari ;hree times. * * * Only 10 points behind on the scorecard and almost certain to second — though they arrived at the finish a few minutes ahead in the last lap — were Nairobi Rally aces Vic Preston and Robert Gerrish in a Ford Lotus Cortina. Third was another Kenyan team, Peter Hughes and Robert Syyder, in a Ford Cortina GT, with only 84 points lost. The lead cars are now with the scrutiners for a final check before the placings are officially confirmed. 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