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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) 'COUHIES NEWS TOLT 80, 1981 BRUTUS HAMILTON COACH Of THE UNITED ST.4TKS •OLYMPIC TBACKAtJO FIELO TSAM, A Pfl/jMACV BCASOV VJHY THfUf't-L 8£ NO DEARTH Or AME&ICA.H V/CTOKIES AT HEL-SIUKI. 1) Stanky's Sizzling Cards Continue to Press League Leaders Yank Swimmers Break Another Olympic Record HELSINKI W)—Continuing the record-a-day or bMtei- pace of the J952 Olympic swimming competition, the U.S. Women's 4(HI metnr relay team shattered Ihe Olympic record in winning its trial heat Wednesday, The American quartet of Evelyn ganlrd as the most .serious threat Red Birds Edge Braves in 13th St. Louis Now 8!/i Games Out; Pirates Finally Beat Bums «y .ion KJ;K;IM.J;K Associated 1'rfss Spo/ts Writer Can lighLninp strikfi twice for Slanky? Will it he thp Miracle of Ihe Mmiml City in 1.052 just as it was thp .Mirn- de of Ooofffln's Hluff in 1051 V Ktanky \R koe.pmj? dlsrrerilv quiet as his sizzlinj? Kt. Louis Cardinals f on tin u n fn apply pressure on thp Dodprrs nnd Giants in the NrUiount Lrneue race. Rut, them IR no cfnuhl. th*. scrappy lltflp Rrri-bml skipper is thinking if it hnppenPd once it, can happrn again. Who can pvor forfeit ihr 'SI pennant rare in which thp Giants, j .«pnrkrri by Srankv. ro«r» from a i:i'i game dMidl on Any. 31 (n nosn out. IliR nrvd^ers for the pennant in a I playoff? With that in mind, it, would be. hazardous to discount the third place Cat d inn Is because thev ! trail the pace-sorting Dorlj-crs by' 84 Games with 57 nic.re tn ^o. l>sjit<P the terrifln odds nnd thp \wn clubs ahead of them, thp Hed- hirds battle on, hoping for (tint, second miracle. They had to struggle through 13 innintrs tost nicht before ihpy Hnally dawned ihp BIFWP.S In Do*;ton. (1-5 tn plrk up a full game on _ (he Dodgers and Giants. ,, Phils Win 'I'wn Mnrrv Dickisnn pained the honor of becoming rhp first, Pittsburgh pitrh.fr lo defpjit Brooklyn this spa- j .son ending n 11-game Dnrfcrr win) ninp sirenk over the. Pirates with ( an right-hit 7-1 triumph. Rookie • Warron Hacker, with the help of i veteran Dutch Leonard, gained his I Material, Not System, Important Factor, Rose Tells Cage Coaches B) CARL BKI.I, MTTLK ROCK (AP)—Big. Glen Rose, who was drafted to return to the University of Arkansas as basketball coach this year, lets it be known that he doesn't consider himself a miracle man despite his reputation for winning. : + "Your success depends far more ' on the players you have than on what you tell the players," he told the student mentors at the Arkansas Coaching School here yesterday. "The coach who wins consistently is the coach who gets the good players year after year," he said. "The coach being smart Is not BO- Ing to win many samps. My biggest job is finding good players. "Regardless ol your players, your |ob Is to Ret the most out o! the material you have. You have to fit yoar system to your material." Rose advised high school coaches to clR\'e!op basketball programs which will bring atone sonrt play- SOUTHERN Atlanta New Orleans Chattanooga Mobile Memphis Birmingham Nashville Little Rock ASSOCIATION W L Pot 61 46 .5711 81 41 .565 58 49 64 44 52 SI 51 44 58 57 5S 62 .542 .485 .413 .472 .468 .415 EDUCATED TOE—Those fish had better be wary of these rod- and-hook artists aiming at big ones in Brooklyn's Prospect Park Lake. While one uses the conventional approach, the other, Maria liiso. 9, applies his own special technique, with the line attached to an extra-sensitive big toe. The youngsters are participating in a fishing contest held in cooperation with the New York Citjr Park Department. (NEA) Sox, Leather Pullers Halted by Darkness NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Brooklyn 61 20 .678 New York 51 33 .633 4 St. Louis 56 41 .571 8'i Philadelphia 51 46 .526 13 < 2 Chicago 48 57 .505 151 2 Boston 40 54 .426 23 Cincinnati 39 59 .398 26 Pittsburgh 28 11 .283 3T,4 New York . Cleveland . Boston . .. Washington ! Chicago Kawamoto of Hawaii and Jacqueline L>aviiie, MarlLce Stepan and Joan Aldcrson, nil of Chirngo, was timed in 4:28.1 in beating Holland in its heat. Tills broke the Olympic mark of 4:2P.'3. Eight teams qualified for the final Friday. Three U. S. men pwimincrs had little trouble qualifying for the second round of the men's 100 meter backstroke and, in rather unexpected performances, the American water polo ieain won (Us first game of the spint-final round competition. American fencers marked up a decisive victory In a semi-final competition In the team sabre event. Argentina's basketball learn, re- 0 the U. a., suffered ifs first de- 'cat of the lournnjncnl. Uniximy. the team that almost tnockerl itself out of thft tournament two days KRO when some of Is players attacked rccfcrec Vincent Fnrrcll of Newark. N. .1., In the bicKr.st upset of Ihe basketball tournament by beating Argentina, lifi-65, In an overtime Same. Bulgaria also produced an upset by whipping Prance. 67-5B. The bis doings for the Americans come Wednesday afternoon \\lieu 1 be basketball team meets Bra/I] in Ms last game of ihe semi-final round-robin; The boxers set back nto action in the second round and three star swimmers go after the gold medal and a possible new rec- orrl in the final of the 400 meter freestyle. The Russians added 12 points lo Ihelr nvcrnll team total Tuesday 15 for America leaving them 74 1 4 polnls nheari of the second place U. H. The overall totals are 51414 to 440. The CJnurler News Dirty sox and the Duro-Chrome Leather Pullers ! Philadelphia battled through three and a half innings yesterday afternoon to no avail 1st. Louis .:.., as darkness and rain forced curtailment of action. Detroit .. .... The same was called in the lastj to open the inning. Williams sin- ninth triumph as Ihe Chicago Cubs j '> alr °< the fifth with Duro-Chrome | gled to score him and Hardy and defeated the C.ianls, 4-2. Philadel- j holding a 12-8 lead and the Dirly I Rnunsavall walked before rain and phia's Phlllte.s continued their tjiis-! Sox at bat. But the second place AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB S8 40 .592 ...... 55 43 .561 52 43 547 51 46 .525 .51 4 ..510 ..45 46 .495 ..41 59 .410 .35 62 .361 13 22 & lerinR pace, sucepiue a Iwi-niuhL twin bill from Cincinnati, 0-1 and 4-3. Mickey Mantle's grand slam home run with two out in the ninlhj Courier team had the bases loaded, none out and one run already home when the managers o[ the two learns decided to postpone the remainder of the came. n „..., the Now Ynrk Vankn^i The U '° mrill ^ crp "«'•<•<* to IT- ; n thrilling itpliill 30-R triumph over] * 1|me " lp ** me at * laler dnt - p froin ( the Chlcaun White Snx and rnnbtcd the pom1j nlp wblch ll was rallrcl ' Ihnm (.o 'rnlaln thrlr thrrc-Rnmr 1>hp Lenlhpr pullpr ^ P ilr[ ' in n "** '• first nlnrn rnnr^In m-r, nliM'niniwl M»tn their firsl- Iwo fnnltlg.t. Ill darknes.'; came. The Indiana whipped Bos ton. 4-1 to drop the Red Sox 4!^ gamos off the piicp. The St. Loui.s Browns wnti tl^cir sixth uanie hi seven start* as Nffl Oarvnr nnd F^r) Hs\rrJsi pitched H 7-3 dnci.slon over Spec Shea nnd fr.he WnRhinpton Sonn t nrs. PhiliXdelphSa nntl Drlvoit split a double he.idor, IhR Tigers rnHyinp to win the second game. 10-B fitter Hnrry "nnd hnrlnd Uic Athle.llrs to : K! nit out victory in the opener. fll ' sl thev scored three limes on a I e by Williams, a walk to Fowl- ! Lifers Get 13th Victory In BWL Action The league - lending American United l^ife Insurance Company's Lifer- 5 ; hung up their 13th victory of YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Southern League Atlanta ,V13 Little Rock 3-7 Memphis 6, Birmingham a Mobile, 8, Chattanooga 4 New Orleans 2-12, Nashville 1-7 National I^agn* St. Louis 6. Boston 5 Chicago 4. New York 3 Philadelphia 6-4. Cincinnati 1-3 Pittsburgh 7, Brooklyn 1 American League Philadelphia 5-8 Detroit 0-10 New York 10 Chicago 1 Cleveland 4, Boston 1 St.. Louis 7, Washington 1 Hay Window Softball League game. J. P. Garrott pitched five-hit bnll | for thf Lifers as he annexnd his nth victory. He has lost but one game. Doriri"ivas- the losing pitcher. The Lifer. 1 : got off to a quick .start Maloney Defeats David Acres 15-14 Tn yesterday's IRSUP of the Courier News It was inndvertanUy reported thnt David Acres brat Mnloney Park 15-8 in a Junior High Baseball I^eapiie game 15-8 Mnnrlay. The score should have rend 15-H In favor of Mn!onry. Tlie error cnme nhout when the wrnnp firnrc sheet was turner! in lo j the Courier News. The lft-8 sen re: wnjv of a game played several weeks ago. In Monday's game, liolh learns roUcrleri 16 hifs. Jim Bralcher was the u'inninK pHirlicr. Standings City Softball COMMERCIAL LEAGUE DEEP THINKER —Leo D..- rocher. thrj vociferous Giants' rnanagcr, w;:5 caught in one of his rare quiet. Ihouphtful mo- mc-r.ts durinq a e-irne at the Polo Grounds. No doubt he w.-ou!ri }ike opposing bats to be just as tranq'uil. (NtA) Team W. L. Kilowatters . . 12 1 Dirty Sox . . - , . 9 5 Money Chnncers ..... 7 fl Plnutrrs .. 5 fl Leather Puller? 3 II HAY WINDOW LCAGUE Pel. I .7501 '.•567 I error. D. Fowl<?r stroked the big blow of that, InninR. a two run homer. J. Roark tripled nnd Pitcher Tom- Bvrd ' Tn '' ^ orr ' fi doubled to score run.s. , ."c n j The. Dirty Sox scored thrcp times In the firsl Inning on a double byi sporII1 K plx riins in tne Jirs t- innin B ; Ollison. two strnlght walks and a| to SRW »P the contest. .sinele by Williams. They added fnnr i Spears with two singles in three •more in the second on six bases; 'irnes «f ha I. led the Lifers nf. the hnlls and a triple by Claude I P'«tP nnd Jimmy Fisher and Mickey Sparks. ' ' | Armstrong each got two hits for Duro-ChroiriP added (wo more 1 Ihfi lowers. runs in the fourth on two single? | This afternoon. 61 Implement and a walk. In the Dirty Sox's Company was scheduled to play the half of thp fourth, Sparks walked' Moosr? lx>dge. Morc/ono-Wa/coff September Bout Hinges on Three Issues NEW YORK W —Plans for T\ mil-j The rialp is really no major hur- lion dollar September title match j die. Felix wants to go in mirt- beUvecn Heavyweight Champion I September becausp: of possible con- Jcrspy Joe Walcott and Rocky ! flict xviih the hlnzmpr baseball pen- Marcinno. the Brockton. Mass.Jnant rncrs and world series bally- crusher, hinge on three important hoo. We ill wants to irive Marciano TODAY'S GAMES Southern League Little Rock at Atlanta (2) Memphis at Birmingham Chattanooga at Mobile Nashville at Now Orleans \ -National I.eafru« Cincinnati at Philadelphia (night) Wehmeie.r (4-8) vs Roberts (In-fi i Pittsburgh at Brooklyn Pollet (4-11) vs Krskine. UQ-3.1 Chicago At New York C2 - twi night) Lown (3-7i and Klippstein (6-8> vs Hearn (11-3) and Jansen St. Louis at Boston, night. Brecheen i.6-1i vs. Spahn (8-11). American league New York at Chicago Raschi \ (11-2) or Kuzava (5-7) vs Kretlow u-n XVashington at St. Louis (night). Yarb: Porterfield «7-10) vs. Byrne (6-9). Jaycees ers. He susses ted providing courts at grade schools "and.let the kids shoot." The lanky, poker-faced former Razorback athletic star who turned out five Southwest Conference champions at Arkansas and in recent years has produced fine Learns at Stephen F. Austin College said he'JJ use a single pivot style of play j with a. fast break next season. i It won't be a running game alto- ' gether. though, he explained. "I want my boys to recognize fast break opportunities and to use the fast, break at the right lime— not just run helter-skelter -down the floor. I want my men to fae aggressive at all times." This was Rose's first major public appearance since he succeeded Presley Askew, a ball-control coach, at Arkansas. "Another thing/' he said. "I don't believe in these long slab's in the fourth quarter, but R tot of teams use them." Rose described the basketball situation in rhe Southwest Conference as "a healthy situation." "Our basketball may not bft as Qood a.s that in fioine other .sections, b'nt down here we, play for our own league, championship and don't over-emphasize the game. Too many basketball teams are trying for national championships. I think the NCAA playoffs are as responsible as anything else for over-emphasis of basketball today." Jack Gardner of Kansas State, who is the other chief cage Instructor at the srhool, said the- first, things he looks for in selecting a player are intelligence, spirit, speed, size, timing, looseness and ability to execute the skills of the game—in that order. "Basketball, 1 ' Gardner said, "is a eame of habits. A couch's Job is to give his players good habits. It's like eronviner your swing In eoU." The coaching school closes'today. Arkansas Cup Matches Start 44 Amateurs, Prot Match Strokes in State Open Feature LITTLE ROCK t/pt — ArkansE* golf pros and aniateur.t square off at the Little Hock Country Club today in the state's first Cup Matches. The competition, matching 22 top amateurs' against an equal number of professionals, will touch off three days of play which will feature the Arkansas Open Thursday and Friday. Top match in the cup play will pit Martin Tenney of Little Rock. the state amateur champ, against Curtis Collier. Ft. Smith pro and two-time open titlisL Row; Collins of Montlcello \K In Pennsylvania to defend his national lefthanders crown and will not bft on hand to try for a second straight Arkansas open championship. • Also missing from the amaterj ranks are former Mate Champ*^ Bubba, Smart of Pine Bluff and Vince Allison of Ft. Smith. Although eligible for the cup team, neither was able to come to Little Rock this week. points: I. Percent a p Felix a little vacation before he starts hack lo training ramp. Nor r is ("hevrolel.'i Mead's Moose YMCA 1.1 .. fl 5 4 3 ... 1 .661 , .417; SILENT SOUTHPAW—H.ile O'Neal was discharged from thr Navy in Japnn. 5t«Typd right on to slnr for the* Ni.shi Tctsu I.ion? of a profossionnl Icnpue. Rivals call the Pierce, Neb., hurlrr Ihe Siletil Southpaw bccnu.ce ho never ypeaks during -i game. They wonder if he can spcnk the native tongue, n secret deeply hidden for psychological * " rhio. Walcolf.'s manager, insists on j thinks Ihe lale September date the 4ft por cent. Marts' WctH, Mar- j best for the gale, riano's ninnnpcr, wants "more j The, site is a problem that will than 1ft per cent. 11 Promoter .)im j lake a bit, of doing. Bocchicnhio Norris says he cnn allot only 60 : has no manncer's license in New per cent. - | York slate. In 1919, Bocchicchio's ?.. Date. \Veill and Norns prefer j application for a manager's li- Tnrsday. Sept. 23. Bncchicchio cense-, complete, with pardons from likes Sepf. IS or Sept. Ifi. two Pennsylvania governors—John 3. Site. Wcill nnd Norris want Fisher and James Duff—for crimes New York's Yankcn Stadium, noc-' committed in Pennsylvania, was chirchio warils n plnce "where I ; held for three months nnd re- can manage my tighter." possibly ! turned ny the Now York State Jersey City or Philadelphia. | Athletic Commission, then headed The percentage angle may give ; by Eddie Eajran. Morris' In torn at ion A) Boxing Club | "I can't, manage my fighter in quite a headache. If Marty \Ve.iU, New York." said Eocchicchio. whose step father A! WeiJl Is I B.C. j "And I can't put my fighter where mntrhmaker. insists on ton munli ' 1 can't mannce him. T will not more than 15 per cent, ihry \viU ; apply for a lu-ense if I'm going have f]uilc n hp.^sle. i lo hp tiirnrfl down acain." Midget League Standings Long Paces Pelicans to Double Win By The As«o«lftte4 PTM* New OrleanR* First Baseman Date Long may have chance with th» parent Pittsburgh Pirates. During the half of » doublehtud- er last night Lonjc was presented with n trophy tor being the lirst, Pel in history to hit 25 homers. During the second ?ame n! the doubleheader. which New Orleans swept from Nashville. 2-1 and 15-7. he hit probably the longest homer In the history of Pelican stadium. The ball crossed > M-foot high sfgn at the 410-mark. Atlanta defeated Little Rock. and 13-7. to stay a half game ahead of New Orleans in the pennant race. Memphis stopped Birmingham, 6-2. to Jump from seventh to fifth place. After three defeats In ft row Mobile came up with an lmpreutv« 8-4 victory over Chattanooga. Lions American Legion Boston Brndowskl at Cleveland (night). | Rotary M-^) vs. Feller (7-10). 1 Kiwnnift Fan or Furnace? by Slack li you want a (an or a furnace, or almost anything else, you can finr! a dealer who sells it in the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory. The Yellow Pages are a handy, complete guide for almost anything you want to buy, sell, rent, or have repaired. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. DON'T just ask for When you specify the full ond exact name-Bourbon do luxe-you'll get o fine whiskey mnde to the mosl exacting requirements of Kentucky distilling. Wkiskey 5 483 44-.5,«. BOTH 86 PROOF • BOURBON DE UOT VENHmKY BLENOEu BOURBON WHISKEY COM TAINS 451 GRAIN NEAI1RAI SPIRITS ? JHE BOURBON DL LIXL CO., LOUISVILLE, KY> I DIDN'T KNOW... ... until my neighbor told me that the best place to iind terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! Amoiw other quallflcxttona. women Marine recruits must b« «t least 18 and les« than 31. The first real reclpn given for gunpowder is that, of English friar .286 1 Roger Bacon and calls for saltpeter, ,000 • charcoal and sulphur. Adi placid bcfor* 9 a.m. will appear tarn* day. All classified advertising payable In advance. BLYTHEVTLLE COURIER NEWS

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