The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1967 · Page 7
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 24, 1967
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BlythevllU (Ark.) Courier Nm - Mentoy, April t4, M6T - 1*» Btfea Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SANTA-- -CRUZ DE TENER- IFFS, Canary Islands — Juan (Sombritz.) Alberno , 139?A, stopped- Antonio. Orliz, 139%, 9. COLUMBUS, Ohio. - Doug Agin, 133%, Steubenville, Ohio, outpointed Johnny .(Flash) Howard, 132%, Richmond, Va;, 12.. SOCCER By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE : Eastern Division WLTPts.GPGA • w 1 tpts. gfga Pittsburgh . . . . 1 0 2 20 Phila'phia .•;.. 7 0 1 11 2 0 Baltimore ..... 1 '1 .1 11 2 3 New York .... 1 2 0 10 4 5 Atlanta ..;..,. 0 1 1 4 1 2 Western Division St LoVis ..... -. 2. 1 0 18 6 4 Lps Angeles . . 1'. 0 2 18 6 5 Chicago ..... , 21 0 16 4 3 California ..'... 1 1 1 14. 5 5 Toronto ........ ^ 0/3 ;0 3;. 3 7 Saturday's Results New York- 2, Chicago. 1 Atlanta 1, Los Angeles 1, tie Pittsburgh 4, Toronto 3 Sunday's Results Baltimore 0, Philadelphia 0, tie St. Louis 2, California 1 Today's Games , . No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Los Angeles at St. Louis' niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiniuiB Cage Pros National Basketball Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Playoff Finals Saturday's Results No games scheduled Sunday's Results San Francisco 117, Philadelphia 109, Philadelphia leads best-of-7 series 3-2 Today's Game Philadelphia at San Francisco Tuesday's Games No game scheduled miniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiniiHi Hockey .in niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiii|iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Stanley Cup Finals Saturday's Results Toronto 3, Montreal 0, best-of 7 series tied 1-1 Sunday's Results No games scheduled- Today's Games No games scheduled . Tuesday's Games Montreal at Toronto Good Pitching In Opener for ASU ; JONESBORO. Ark. (AP) — '.Arkansas State University' Rusty Bourg pitched the Indi ;ans to a 3-1 victory over Delta 'State of-. Cleveland,. Miss,, bu 'the visitors took the sectini jgame of a baseball dqublehead 'er 6-5.. •. ; Bourg pitched a three-hitte •and retired 19 of the last .men he faced. The Indian ; scored single runs in. the sec •ond, third and fourth innings ,'ASU's Bobby Browing, had tw •hits. Delta State's Butch East an James Hobson had three hit. -apiece in-.-the 'second game ;East had a home* 1 and two sin gles, Hobson two doubles an Itwo runs batted in. • ASU is 18-7-1 for the year .=D«lta State, is 16-10. ';• (First. Game Delta State 1M 000 0--1 3 ;.Ark. State ' Oil 100 x-3' 6 i. Jordan and East; Bourg and •'McGuire. .'. 4 (Second Game) (Second Game) 1'Ark. S.tate • J.0'3 OlO.w-4 .8 'Delta-State -03300-613 : Dillard, .Lee (3) and East; i.Buthune, Sherrill •(7) and McGuire. (3), Burke .Buzick Is Medal ,'. " JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) ;,The 19th annual J. W. Buzick -Memorial Golf 'Tournament, ^scheduled for the Jonesboro 'County Club May 25-28, has a medal play for- Jmat. • The tournament has been de- jcided by match play for a num. ^ber of years. More than- $1-,SOO 'in prizes-will-be awarded in the -54-hole amateur division and '"more than $1,600 in prizes will ,'be handed, out. in.the J division. -- Curtis Person •flf'Mwnphit won the 1966 amateur title, Track Chicks on the Trail Two Firsts... but Finisf JONESBORO - Biythe- ville 29'*; Lepanto 27; Hard- 180-yard low hurdles and his ville High's Chickasaws. won ing 25; Delaplaine 21; Wei- time was 22,2. two first places but finished ner 18; Crowley Ridge 13V4; "He's just a sophomore, behind Jonesboro and Para- Elaine 11; and Harris- McFarland said. He s a gould in a three-way track burg 4. good-looking prospect, meet here Saturday. Clayton Clay of Marion * * * Jonesboro amassed 120'A was the individual standout Blytheville ran two-three points; Paragould 67%; and with 21% points in the A-B. in the 'SSO-yard run and (he Blytheville 62. Jonesboro's Willie Johnson two llth graders displayed The meet was held in con- wok the honor in AA-AAA noteworthy, times. Danny juiction with a Class A-B with 16Va points. Baldridge was second at meet 'and a collegiate dual Blytheville's Johnny Holi- 2:06.8; and James Boren between Arkansas State field finished first in the .ticked off 2:10.5. Winning University and Western Ken- 440-yard dash with a 53.8 time was 2:05. tucky. A-State-wonthecol- time. "It's just too bad . . Ctackasaw Russell John- 'legiate event, while-Marked he's a senior," commented 'son didn t set the tracx Tree took the A-B high Bill McFarland, BHS coach. afire with his 17.8 in the school portion with 64 points. Larry Newman captured high hurdles but shows Behind the- Marked men • the other first for the marked improvement from were Marion 51; Crawfords- Chicks. This event was the the 18.6 at the start of me SF Vet Lights Fi 76ers ! By RALPH BERNSTEIN Associated Press. Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Tom tferschery was warming up before the fifth game of the National Basketball Association championship series Sunday between the Philadelphia 76ers and the San Francisco Warriors. He spotted a big sign reading: 76ers, World Champions. . . . The five-year Warrior veteran exclaimed to no one in particu- ar, "We're going to spoil their champagne party." The Warriors, fired by the determined Meschery, rallied 'rom a 13-point deficit in the final period to beat the 76ers 117-109 and extend the best-of-7 series to at least a sixth game in San Francisco tonight. * * * ' It .was the first time the Warriors have won here since March 16, 1965. Philadelphia. Jed. 96-84 as the final quartet jiegan, Chet Walker, who led the Eastern champions "with 25 points, converted a II BATTING LEADERS 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting (20 at bats) — Brock, •St. -'Louis, 444;; Phillips, Chicago, .429. Runs — Harper, Cincinnati, 12; Jackson, Houston, and Brock, St. Louis, .10. Runs, batted -in — Brock, St. Louis, 14; D. Johnson, Cincinnati, 11. Hits — Brock, St. Louis, 20; Pinson, Chicago, 18. Doubles — Helms, Cincinnati, :7; Davis, New York, 5. Triples— Brock, St. Louis, 6; D. Johnson, Cincinnati, 4. Home runs— Brock, St. Louis, 6; R. Allen, Philadelphia; D. Johnson, Cincinnati, and McCovey, San Francisco, 4. Stolen bases— Phillips, Chicago, 3; Eight players tied with 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (20 at bats) — Yas- trzemski, Boston, and Kaline, Detroit, -405. . . Run? — Davalillo, Cleveland, 13; F. Robinson, Baltimore, 12. Runs batted in-rFreehan, Detroit, .13; F. Robinson, 11. Hits — Kaline, Detroit, and Berry, Chicago, 17. Doubles — Johnstons, California, and Campaneris, and Hershberger, Kansas -City, 4. Triples — Vastrzemski, Beston, 2; 11 players tied with 1. Home runs-r-F. Robinson, Baltimore, 5; Freehan and Kaline, Detroit, .4 Stolen bases .— . Campaneris, Kansas Cjty, and McCraw, Chi- cagu, 4. . , II PITCHING RECORDS •j, ' .1 ; ' 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE d Pitching (? decisions) — Gibson, St. Lqujs, 3-0, 1.000; Jenkins, Chicago; Queen, Cincinnati; L. Jackson, Philadelphia; 0 Veale, Pittsburgh, arid Jaster, 4 ?t. Louis, 2-0,' 1.000. ; Strikeouts^Gibson, St. Louis, e 23; Nolan, Cincinnati, 20. AMERICAN LEAGUE Pitching (2 decisions) — Barber, Baltimore; Rohr, Boston; Horlen, Chicago; Aker and - Hunter, Kansas City; Downing, 15 New York, and Coleman, Wash'• ington, 2-0, 1.000. o Strikeouts-McDowell, Cleves land, 23; Chance, Minnesota, 22. GETTING UP NIGHTS Kr W Common Kldqiy er HtMir Irtttt- ilont rflkkt Mini' nitri JM wom«n d (Ml lenit ind nerveiufrom lr<«utnt, ,, burning or Hclilnl urlnitlon nlfht II «nd d«y. SecondtrW, y«u m»y lott „ tlttn mi >>tv« Hc«Secfcf.- SiciticM 1 «pdf«H older, tirid, Apresi«d. In .uch c.«>, iv'sftx vtuilly trlnii . riux'nf cunfiit by ciirbln; Irriuy f • InW «trml lij tdd urlM Ktm quickly easing pftln.GttCYSTEXittfruf'gflu* re Shaken free throw and the Warriors trailed by 13. It looked all over but the- drinking of the champagne, then on ice in the 76ers' dressing room. But Meschery, who had scored but six points in the first three quarters, reeled off seven straight points. Nate Thurmond, the 6-foot-ll San Francisco center, added three more and it was 97-94. * * * Hal Greer and Wilt Chamberlain scored for Philadelphia to make it 101-94, but Meschery hit or two baskets and Jim King added a field goal to slash the 76ers' lead to one point. : San Francisco, finally tied it at 102 on a long one-hander by Rick Barry, who :ied the Warriors with 36 points. Luke Jackson fouled Thurs- mond and Greer protested so vehemently -he was tagged with a technical foul. Barry made he technical and Thurmonc sank one of his two free throws ;o give San Francisco a lead i never relinquished. shaken Philadelphia team 10-' in the final two minuts. Ryun Right On Schedule LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Running marvel 'Jim Ryun, admitting to a case of pre-me« nerves, proved to himself Saturday he's right on schedule in his quest of a 3:50 mile by iroducing an intercollegiate •ecord 3:54.7 at the 42nd Kansas Mays. "The only reason I felt a little sick was nerves, from all the speculation about a record," Ryun said. "I didn't sleep well." Ryun stated beforehand he had no thoughts of nearing his race was an experiment to determine where he was in his training. But rumors about what more is shooting for spring up like dandelions at every meet he competes in. Guy Beats Pete NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) Guy Wilstenholme of England won the Kenya Open Golf Championship Sunday with a 72- hole score ef 279, four strokes better than Pets Thompson of Australia. [iiiii!niiiiii[ii[iiiiiii[]iiiii[iiii!ii![|[iiii!iiiini«»»«™i»»™ii»' Sunday *'s iniiiiiiiniininininiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiwniiniuniniiiinninu BATTING - Ron Fairly, Dodgers, drove in five runs with j double and homer — the first jf the season for Los Angeles — n a 9-3 victory over St. Louis. PITCHING — Al Downing, Yankees, stymied Boston on one lit and struck out seven in six innings of shutout -relief as -New York overcame the Red Sox 7-5. $24,000 Race MILAN, Italy -(AP) — Cogne owned by the Aurora Stable o Italy, won the $24,000 Granc Steeplechase of Milan horse race Sunday. Kathy Is 7th NICE, France (AP) - Kathj Kusner of Arlington, Va., riding Aberali, tied for seventh in the National Stud Barm Prize at tht Nice Horse Show Sunday. Soccer Star Hurt ALTRICHAM, England (AP — Bobby Noble of Mancheste United, one of England's top soccer stars, was listed in poo condition today after sufferin head, leg and chest injuries ii an automobile accident Sunday MONTREAL : (AP) — Thei long unbeaten string finallj snapped, the Montreal Canadi ens hope to bounce back agains the Toronto Maple Leafs in th( third game of their Stanley Cu[ playoff series Tuesday at Toron to. The final, best-of-7 series wa tied at W Saturday when geali* Johnny Bower blanked th< streaking Canadiens 3-0. SEARS has the MOWER YOU WANT! Sears SEARS. ROEBUCK AND CO. Catalog Sales Office Plaza Shopping Center Ph. PO 3-1600 •^.^.^.^.^^••••••••[^•••'•^•••'^ AUCTION By Order of the Owner The Arkansas Discount Store - M All To Be Sold T Has Lost Lease~E Tuesday, Apri Dry Good* Wellington And Western Boots j P»nts and Shirts Ladies and Children's Clothing Cash Register Adding Machine Showcase Counters Auctien Co PAUL ROBIINS A! MwifcArk. - P or ion, Ark. o Highest Bidders verything Must Go! 125 -10A.M. Shelving Radios Skill Saws Elec. Drills Walkie Talkies Record Players. Watches and Diamonds Sun Glasses. Small Appliances Notions nducted By: LJCTION COMPANY h. 561-3148 — 561.3138 season. Johnson, an llth grader and a football quarterback, is out for track in the hope of improving his gridiron agility and ability. Curtis Stout cleared 5'8 in the high jump. The junior went out at 5'10, the winning level. The Chickasaws plan to leage for the AAA-East meet at Pine Bluff Thursday afternoon at 3. First four places qualify for the state meet. The show at Pine Bluff is a day-nighter. .+ .* * The AAA-AAA results: SHOT POT—1. Schroeder. Jonesboro; 2. Elliott, Blytheville; 3. Harrelson. Jonesboro; 4. Grooms, Paragould; 5. Wllhlte, Paragould. Die*, tance: 44-Ui- BROAD JUMP— 1. Phillips, Joncs- boro- 2. Butler, Jonesboro; 3. Woods, Paragould; 4. Grooms,. Paragauld. Distance: 20-6'i- DISCUS—1. Tull, 'Jonesboro; 2_ Burnett, Jonesboro; 3. Elliott. .Bly- thevHIe; 4. Stalling. Paragould; 5. Woods, Paragould. Distance;'130-8. HIGH JUMP—1- McMahan, Jones- bore 1 2. Stout, Blytheville; 3. Gatnes BlythevillB; 4. Tie among Grooms Paragould; SraalllnB. Paragould; Ray, Jonesboro; Latourette, .Jones^ boro. Height: 3-10. POLE VAULT—I. Bell, Jonesboro; 2. McMahan, Jonesboro; 3. Woods Paragould; 4. Wllhlte,. . Parasuld, Paragou Height; . H-10i, 440 RELAY—.' Jonesboro; 2: Pi gould; 3. BIythavUle.-Time: 45.8. 20 HIGH HURDLES—1. Hargraves Jonesboro; 2. McMahan. Jonesboro- 3. Brummett, Paragould; 4. R. Johnson, Blythevllle: 5. Grooms, Paragould. Time: 17.0. MILE RUN—1. Gann, Jonesboro 2. Shirley, Blytheville; 3. Sellers Jonesboro; 4. Hamilton, Blythevlll* 5. Steels, Paragould. Time: 4:45.5. 100 DASH—1- W.. Johnson. Jon*s- boro; 2. Heiber, Jonesboro; 3. Grooms, Paracould: 4. Wllhlte. Paragould; 5. Elliott, BIythevlHe. Time: 10.8. 880 RELAY—1. Jonesboro; 2. Paragould; 3. Blythevllle. Time: 1-35.0. 440 DASH—1. HoUHeld, Blytheville; 2 WUhltft, Paragould; 3. Hampton, Jonesboro; 4. Woods, Paragould; 5. White, Blytheville. Time: 33.8. 130 LOW HURDLES^l, Newman, Blytheville; 2. Hargraves, Jonesboro; 3. Qroomc, Paragould; 4. Latourette, Joneeboro; 5. R. Johnson, Blythe,ville. Time: 22.4. 880 RUN—1. H. Hoffman, Jonesboro; 2. Baldridge, Blytheville; 3. Boren. BlythevHle; 4. Brummett, Paragould; S. M. Holfrnan, Pan- gould. Time: 2:05.0. 220 DASH—1. Hleber f Jonesboro; 2. W. Johnson, Jonesboro; 3. Grlgga, Paraguld; 4 Richardson. Blythe- vlllc; 5. Grooms, P*ragould. Time; 24.0. MILE RELAY— 1. Jonesboro: S. Paragould; 3.: Blythevllle. Time: SHORT SHORTS FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - The University of Arkansas has signed its first Negrd athlete to a Southwest Conference letter-of-intent. Basketball coach Duddy Waller said Saturday he has signed Jackie Ridgle, 6'3, of Altheimer Martin. Waller also announced the signing of 6'2 Fred Mooney of Jonesboro. • STUTTGART, Ark. (AP) — Bob Aylward, an oilman from Wichita, Kan., jumped in front at the start Sunday and drove his Elva McLaren to an easy victory in the 9th annual Grand Prairie Grand Prix sports car race.. Robert Mitchell of Huntsville, Ala., was second in an Elva BMW and Dick Durant of Hazclwopd, Mo., placed third in a Chevrolet-powered Durant Special. • AMAR1LLO, Tex. (AP)—League-leading Amarillo pushed across five runs in the second inning Sunday and went on to an 8-2 Texas League baseball victory over Arkansas. • CONWAY, Ark. (AP)—State College of Arkansas, the leader in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference baseball race, shut out Henderson Slate College in both ends of a doubleheader Saturday. The Bears won the opener 6-0 and the nightcap 3-0. George Jones allowed four hits and struck out len in the first game. Charles McCamant gave up only two hits in the second game but was relieved in the seventh inning by Randy Pringle of Blytheville. • . RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Tall Kathy WUitworth fired a one-under-par 71 Sunday to win the Haleigh Ladies Invitational Golf Tourney. • LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Karl Salb of. Crossett, who bettered the state high school shot put record in every meet in March, has been selected as the top Arkansas amateur athlete of the month for his performance. Salb, the nation's top high school shotputter, set the slate record of .61 feet IVt inches last year." His best throw during March was 65 feet 1% inches. Salb was selected by a vole of 11 Arkansas sportswriters. 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