The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1967 · Page 6
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Blylhevllle Mrk.) Courier Nem « MwrfW. *Prt! '. l*!7 « faff Baseball iiiiiijaiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiNiiliiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiaiimiiniiiiiiii Exhibition Baseball ty TUP ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday's Resulti Atlanta 6, Minn.es.flta 1 Baltifnore 3, Pittsburgh 1 San Francises vs. Cleveland it San Diego, canceled, wet [rounds. Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 0 Chicago, N, 6, California 9 Boston 13, New York, A, 4 Kansas City 8, Washington 3 flew Yprfc, N, 6, Phjla'phia 3 Hpustpn 7, Lps Angeles 0 Chicago, A, 5, Detrpit 0 Sunday* Results Cleveland vs. San Francisco it San Diego, canceled St. LPUJS. 2, Kansas City 0 Minnesota 9, Washington 6 Bpstqn 8., New York; N, 2 Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 0 Detroit 7, Chicago, A, 5 Baltimore 8, Atlanta 1 Pittsburgh 9, New York, A, 3 LPS Angeles 4, Hiustan 3, 17 innings . - Chjcagp, N, 3, California 2 Tuesday's Games Atlanta vs. New York, A, at West Palm Beach Cincinnati vs. Kansas City at Bradentpn, P|a. New York, N, vs. Detroit at Lakeland, FJa, philaiielphja vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg, N Pittsburgh vs. Boston at Fort Myers ehjcagfl, :N,, vs. California at i Anaheim, N Houston vs. Les Angeles at Oklahoma City San Franc's? 0 vs. Baltimore at jpompano Beach "" Ghjcagp, A, vs. Minnespta at Sarasota WfSf NOT East Stars Prove a Point New Faces Fill Porks' Spring Football Roster (AP) LKAII^UTUN, Ky. (Ar 1 ) — College All-Star Coach Everett Shelton's tall boys from the West djdn'l quite prove his point Saturday that those who pick the All-Americas pay more attention tp shooting ability than to defensive strength. The East squad, led by Sonny Dove of St. John's, look a 102-93 victory over the SacrarjientP State coach's (aller Western stars, hitting 40 of 90 shots for 44.4 per cenL while the West hit 35 ot bu snois tor ao.s per ceni. * * * The West, which averaged Ui inches tajler tljan'lh'e East, collected pnly one more rebpund. The East included second-team All-Amerjcas 'POP Verga o' Puke, Ron Wldby of Tennessee, POD Lloyd of Bulgers and Louie Dampjer of Kentucky. Dove, who was named Star pf Stars in the garne, Wt 13 of Si field goal attempts for % tPtal ?6 points and grabbed l§ rebounds. -University pf Arkansas foot- bail coach Frank. Broyles says this spring j)rs c tipe starting April 6 will Be (he most important one cpndHcted in the last ten year?•The Porkers were h(t hard by graduation with only 19 lettermen planning to turn out for the mpnth-lppg practice. Two pf tijpse \S are kicking specialists a'nd. one 'is from the 1965 season. Trade with Mets, Beat KC Redbirds Add. Subtract By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer The much pHb!ie' z =4 ^ criticized Frank Rpbjnson and pill White trades resulted, in another minus for the Cincinnati Reds and St. Loi|is Cardinals after a weekend of adding ana substracting. The Reds crossed the name pf relief pitcher Jack B.a|d,schun off thejr roster Sunday, another unkindly cut against the deal that sent Robinson tp Baltimore Cage Pros ,,iUiiiiljiiii!iiuilli!«i:uiii!iij[iil«iM!i!iiiin:'«i ..... '.IIIHIIL National Basketball Association BY THE ASSOCIATER PRESS Playoff Finals Saturday's Results Western Division San Francisco 143, St. Louis 136, San Francisco leads pest-of: 7 series M. Sunday's Besulls Esstim Division Philadelphia IQ7, Boston 102, Phijadelphia leads best-pf-7 series 2-fl- Today's Sanies No games scheduled. "Tuesday's Gapies No games scheduled. iiiJiiiiuiiJiiiiliijiliniiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiinu'i Hockey By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Final Standings WLTPls. Chjcag* 41 17 12 Montreal 32 25 13 Toronto 3? 27 11 New York 30 28 12 Detroit 7 29 4 Boston 17 43 10 Saturday's Results Montreal 5,'Chicago 4 Toronto 5, fjew York 1 Sunday's Results Montreal 4, Detroit 2 Toronto 5, Bostpn 2 Chicago 8, New York 0 Final Week ]: At Ooklawn H&T SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) ^ >' The fjnal week pf what has been termed Oaklawn Park's ' mps.t s,(joces..s,ful rape meeting bgins today as 11 fillies and mares of the allowance djyision go postward fpr tflday's f4,20J) , feature event. The sjxrfuripng event has twp entries, consisting of Mrs. Imagine Brinkjey's Paulsgay and T. W. Johtjson's. Roann and the other li|fs' 6. T. Hogan's Magic Ray with Jear) ^rennan's ThrL- penny Bit. T. I. Harkin's Perfectq Mia and M. f. Farm's pin Deck are expected to draw strong support. Magie Ray scored an upset over Pin Deck and Perfecto Mia in 'j similar f? c ? ^ st week. Magic |lay and Pin Deck drew top weights of 121 pounds. Perfecto Mia and Paulagay are in with 118, while Thripenny Bit and Rpann wjl! each carry 112. Others in the field are Lee and Board's Nerd's ffsllsnt (112), Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Roberts' Lyreb (US), Mrs. Herm= an Rochrabacher's Hot Zam (112), Railey and Rapp's Little By Little (112) and Alvjn Kirtpatrick's Bally Bird (107). In Saturday's fsat«r«tf I Oaklawn Handicap, Mike's Red came on strong in the to win to ? n«SK «V^ n. Mite's Bud, rWsn by J* Lppez, stepped the 1 1-16 miles inl:«,pnly two fifths qf | sec- onrf pff the twk rmrt, to r «- II paid $24.60 and §nd BF'j Own paid H.16 t* shavr, nefpre last season and brought Bajdschun, Mjlt Pappas Dick Simpson tp the Red?. Rpbjnson, of course, went on tp win the Most Valuable Player award in the American League while the Cincinnati trip failed to distinguish themselves. The Cardinals gave up on pitcher Art. Mahaffe'y a (jay ear= lier when Siey sent him to the Newi Yprk Mets with Jerry Buchek and !nfieir|er Tpny Martinez for infieider Ed Bressoud, outfielder Danny Napoleon and cash. Mahaffey, once a 2ffcgame winner wjth PJiilaflelphia, canie to the Cardinals with Alex Johnson and Pat Corrales for White, Cick Grpat and Bob Upta. The Reds put a former major league pitcher label on several others as they sent Jim Duffalo, The offensive unit is expected, to include only two 1066'start- ers, tacHJe Ernest Rnp|e and Bilback David Djckey, 'The de: cnse will have six players who saw starting duties last season. Tentative defensive starters will be end Hartford Hamilton, iiiddle guard David Cooper, .ackle Terry Don Phillips, line- Backer Alvjn Jones and half- jacks Gary Adams and Tommy Trantham. » * * "We've come to the end of the line after 1966 as far as deptii was concerned," Broyles said. "Ifow we've got to start all over. It's the biggest chai- enge an Arkansas squad has faced." "Except for 1958 - my first season — 1 don't know when we've seen more new faces," ae added. The Razorbacks' spring drills ire scheduled to end with a icrjmniage garne -at Fayette- yille'May 5. The official Red- White game is scheduled for April 29 in Little Back. 1966, fared poorly against Minnesota, his former club, as the Twins bombepi him for six runs and beat the Washington Sena^ tprs 9-6 at Orlando, F|a. The Lps Angeles Dodgers aiid Houston Asfros, playing like the regular season' already has jegun, struggled through 17 innings jn the Astrpdpme before Djck Sphpfield tripled and scored on Claude Raymond's Dick Stigrnan, " Sheldon and Dom" Zanni scuffling pff tq their Buffa)p farm club. Joe Nuxtiali, the youngest player ever to appear in a major league game at 15, left of his own accord, retiring at the age of 39 to become a spor-tscaster. . Kansas 'City bundled up pitchers Diegfl 'gBguj, Jim Dipkson and Rick .Joyce and catcher Rene Lachemann and sent them to Vancouver. The Mets played the good guys, welcoming Ralph Terry, anpther former ?0-game winner, to tJiejr roster after a gpod performance S,aturf|ay. But they dropped pitch.ers Tug McGraw and Rob ' Sardner anfJ catcher Jphqny Stephenspn. .Sammy Bills, Curt Simmons and Juan Pizarrp jpined Terry with good shows Sunday as they tried to erase lackluster seasons in 1?66, but Camilp Pascual's comeback took a turn for the worse. Ellis, a 19-game loser last season, allowed two hits in five innings and combined with 18^ year-old rookie Gary Nolan for a five-hitter that heat Philadelphia 2-0 at Tampa, Fla., as the spring training went, into its final week. Simmons aHpwed one run and. three hits in seven innings as the Chicago Cubs dropped Calk fppnja ' s ; 2 in Fslm Springs, Calif. P'iza.rro, bothered, by 3rni trouble last year, limited tile New Yprk Yanicees to three runs in §eyen innings and bis Pittsburgh teammates clobbered the Yankees. 9-3 at San Juan, P.R. Donn Clendenon hjt two homers as he and Gene AJ.- ley each knpcke.d in fpur runs. Mickey Mantle hit his fjrst (ipmer of the spring for the Yankees. Pascual, also injury-ridden, in Sttfanicli Takes $25,000 Prize ARRON, Qhjp (AP - "I dpn't thinK I coqld do another job,'' said Jim Stefanich affer he walked, pff wi» the $25,000 top prize in the $100,000 Profession?) Bowlers Associatipn Tournament of Champions. The 25-year.p.W bpwler from Chicago needed a two-frame flvertjme io heat Don Johnsgp Saturday after tftey tied 227^227, Stefanich won 49-36. Stefanich set 13 of the }8 records in the tournament and jumped to. geppnd place on fhis year's PBA moiiey list with f27,- P7S, His only other PBA viclpry was in Ba,Himpre l^st year. •Johnson, sf Kek»mo, took second - place money Houston, finished third for soo, with Mik? Burhin pf uf fourth for $?,SflO and Les Schissler of Denver, Colo., (Uih" for *2,500. Battle Royal! Ford's New Car Winner SEBRINQ, Fla. (AP) T- With Fprp) shaking off mpnths of frustratipp over its J car, a battle royal for the world sports car championship is in iect, the next showdown coming in the 24-hour race at Le- Mans, France, June 10-11. "There is no more J car," driver Mario Andretti of Nazar reth, Pa., declared with emphasis after he and New Zealand's Bruce McLaren won the 12-iionr Sebrjng spprts car race Saturday night.' "This is the Ford Mark IV,'' Andretti said. "It is a great improvement." Ford wrested the world title from Ferrari last year with iff Mark JI, b,ut nothing stands still in big time sports car racing. Enzo Ferrari, the Italian geni us, came put with a new 12-cylinder P4 this year and began the 1967 season in February with a 1-2-3 sweep in the na Continental while six Fprd Mark i'l's suffered an embarrassing series pf breakdowns. Ford wasn't ready then with its new J car. It hadn't lived up to expectations and phief driver Ken Miles had been killed testing it. Finally, in its racing debut here, jt ngd a new streamlined bpdy, mechanical revisions and a new name. It was ready. Andretti, the hottest American driver pf 1967, and the super-skilled, McLaren covered a record 238 laps of 5.2 miles each — 10 more than Miles and Lloyd Rup.y' of Wichita Falls, Tex., drove in winning in i!ii>6 — and bppsted t|ie record speed nearly f}ve miles an hour IP 102.923. The only major challenger was a Texas-built Ciieyrolet- powered Chaparral which Mike Spence of England drove to a lap recerd 111.032 m.p.h. before a differential sepl broke and eliminated it, halfway through the endurance test. wild pitch for a 4-3 Dodger victory. The Astros tied the game 3-3 on hpmers by Rus.ty Staub and Jim Wynn, while the' Dodgers went liitless fpr 11 innings !o\- pwjng Wes Parker's three-run double in the fourth inning. Boh Gib.son hit a two-run lipmer and allpwed pne hit and struck out 10 in six innings, leading the Cardinals to a 2-0 triumph over Kansas City a| Bradenton, Fla. Rpokie Reggie Sputh and George Scott each hpmered and drpve in five runs between them as Boston swamped the Mets 82 at St. Petersburg, Fla. Baltimpre's seven runs in the fourth inning routed Atlanta 8-1 at Miami, Fla., as Jim Palmer pitched five innings pf three-hit, Dne runbasepall. Al'kaline capped a four-run seventh inning with a two-run double and Detrpjt trimmed the Ohjcagp White Sox 7-5 at Sara, spta, Fla. ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) -^ Cale Yarborough has cnrne a long way from defeat in the Soap B»x Derby to victory in the Atlanta sqp. The ^year^olp; Yarbprpugh., who Jed nearly all the way in winning his first major slock car race Sunday, says'he start eri racing at the age of 11 in the Soap Box Derby at Darlington, S. C. "I lost," he said. He didn't lose Sunday. The pole-sjtter frpm Charlotte, N : C,, Withstood brief challenges by Richard Petty oj Randjeiugn N.C., and Mario Andretti o! Nazareth, Pa., and led for 302 pf the 334 laps at the high • banked Atlanta tipnal Raceway. UA Rally Wins SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)The Arkansas Razprpacfa rallied in the 10th inning and defeated Trinity 11-9 in a noncoq- ference baseball game Saturday. Arkansas was dpwn 7^ in the first six innings but a three- run homer by BUj Brill and Bill Standley's run-producing double provided the margin of victory in the loth. HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CO. 1420 Union AT*. Phone 274-4400 Memphis 4. Tennessee Call for Free Consultation. Insurance For Estate Flap Ding Key Man Partnership -nd Corporation Group Pension Retlra- mei^t and HospftaJizatinn. MORE LOCH WINNERS WINS $50 Mr. Freddie Barnett, 715 Olive St., Pocahontas, Arkansas v/on $5Q,00 with his winning "Tiger- mo" i/ckct at Barnes £sso, Po- calipntas, Arkansas. WINS $100 Mr. Earl 0. Phillips of Marked Tree, Ark. received $100.00 for his "Tigering' 1 ticket at the St. Francis VaiieyOif Co. in Marked Tree! WINS $50 Gennie Ousley, 32-B Cherokee Courts, Blytheville, Arkansas received ^Sp.OO for his winning "Ti3*rioo" Wcketat Jofinson's Esso in Blythaville, Arkansas. OTHER RECENT WINNERS! MRS, RUBY LANE Hardy, Ark, MR.Z.T.GQKER Walnut Ridge, Ark. P/cy of your local fcso Sfof/on/ ne EARLY SPRING TY SERVICE Front End Alignment Onp/iiet'hanic's adjust castor, camber, toe-in, and toe-out. Brake Adjustment Qurskilled mechanics adjust brakes and add fluid if needed Balance Both Front Wheels Precision halancfntf extends tire life. \Yeishts included. I Repack Front Wheel Bearings Front wheel bearings should be repacked every 10,000 miles. 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