The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1967 · Page 7
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BOW TO ST. ANNE Lions Out BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Fort Smith St. Anne's and Gil- Jett emerged as first-round winners in the state high school Baseball tournament here Monday. Port Smith tallied twice in the third inning and again in the •ftiirfe as Dave iundquist picked tip the 3-0 victory over Lcach- Vilie, while errors and wild pitches by Cotter resulted in its 3-0 loss to Gillett. Grubbs was to have met Star City earlier, but the game was postponed until 10 a.m. today Because of wet grounds. :Fort Smith's Lundquist and Stan Holieman walked in the third, advanced on a wild pitch by John Linck and came home eka long, looping single to center field by Rodney Cook. Shortstop Phillip Warren of Leadwille erred on a grounder Ey' Lundquist in the fourth, permitting Jimmy Honn to score. Jto'nn had singled and had advanced on another single by Bubba Schluterman. * * * jJn the first inning of the Gillett-Cotter game, Gillett's Car- ,r511 Bell took first on an error, went to second on a wild pitch by;. Roger Haley, stole third and then scored on a single by Russell Muse. -Bruce Duderstadt walked in tfie fourth, advanced on a wild .jnteh by Haley, took third when JSjm Holloway grounded out to -ajjther wild pitch by Haley. 5Bell struck out leading off the figh, but beat a .throw to first wh'en catcher Terry Collins dropped the ball. Two wild pitches by Jimmy Franks got him to third, and a sacrifice fly by Charles Hesser brought him home. Greene County Tech meets iBOWUNO Ed Gallagher took off with 223-588 in Industrial Summer 'Grady at 1 p.m. today, Pine j League last night at Sham' j Bluff Whitehall faces Dover at| roc i;. Amos Decker ran up 2143 p.m.. Br?d!ey tries Greenwood at. 6:30 p.m. and Tyronza plays Lonoke at 8:30 p.m. Leachville 000 000 0-0 2 3 Fort Smith 002 100 x-3 4 0 573; Jim Nowlin 244-540; Bob Turner 204-530; Dave Fowler 524; Joe Schulte 505; Dudley Fuches 501; and Roger Goyette 500. League-leading Johnson's Points 42 37 Joan Linck. Fortenberry (4) Esso tanked up with 699-1804. and Jim Mittletn; Dave Lund- IXDUSTRIAI( 5OMMER quest, Charles Lmdquist (7) and Bubba Schluterman. W — Lind-1 J .° a! J5 t j"^jif rs ; qUJSt. L—Linck. jt«t Banders 35>i Cotter 000 000 0-0 2 2! ^"ech' school' Y.Y.Y.Y.Y.Y: ' i Vi Gillett 100 110 x-3 5 0!5.P«!? c _ ! r "* Rger Haley, Jimmy Franks and Terry Cllins; Terry (J ^^.c^tat-.u 1 cardinals Whiting and Charles Hesser. jlV-Whifing. L-Haley. p.--, Chocked B ° Xer ShocKea COURIER NEWS Fights ^lliiilillllllllliiiiiiiiaiililillliliiiniiiilii'innii'ilii'imiilili'ii'iiiiiiliilC [By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - NEW YORK - Harold Rich- >rdson, 163'A, New York, out- 'pointed Milo Calhoun, 166, Jamaica, 10. • WORCESTER, Mass. — .Bob]by Worthem, 160, Buffalo, N.Y., 'stopped Earl Johnson, 157, Cle- .veland, 5. '. PITTSBURGH — Jack Rodg- ;«rs, 173, Uniontown, Pa., out•pointed Joey Giardello, 19, Phil- iadelpfoia, 10. ; TOKYO - Hiroyuki Ebihara, jllSVa, Japan, outpointed Manu- : e!o Baraba, 111%, Philippines, 10. ! LAS VEGAS — Ernie (Indian .Hed) Lopez, 15(H£, Los Angeles, '; outpointed Eddie McGruder, |l52Vi, Phenix, 10. Monday ^-' ifiy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS '. PITCHING - Tom Phoebus, ^-Orioles, allowed just two sin'. gles— the first on in the sev- ; enth inning — in blanking the '; New York Yankees 7-0. ; '.BATTING - Ed Charles, • Mets, slapped four straight sin- :.gles, driving in one run and ig- • niting a two-run insurance rally ', as New York trimmed Los An- ;geles 5-2. SOCCER ; ' •' ;i!i:it!i:!niiiiii!li;!Pii;;:niii!:ii!!liiiu- .By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS • NATIONAL LEAGUE No games scheduled Today's Games • Atlanta at Toronto ; California at Los Angeles i Wild and Windy •' As the Fairview i Girls Win 21-20 : Fairview squeezed past Lange : 21-20 yesterday afternoon at • Sportsman's Field in the wild;' est game of the grade school • girls Softball. : Batters of both teams were | on a rampage and were aided • by a high wind which plagued • the defenses and caused a num: ber of balls to be dropped. I Lange scored first, posting i two home runs in the first, but ; Fairview blasted off with a 10• run first frame, and maintained I a . 12-6 advantage through the ! sejond. • Lange bounced back into the i lead in the third, icoring 13 : runt after two were out, but • winners kept hammering awsy and tallied five in the third and four in th« fourth. , Tutidar. May 23. 196- PAGE EIGHT SEOUL, Korea (AP) — Kim ;i-soo of South Korea, world _ Junior middleweight champion, § [expressed shock today at the ~'Korean Boxing Commission's _ .announcement that the World lj Boxing Association would not | [sanction his fight against San- lidro Mazzinghi of Italy in Milan | iand would deprive Kim of the •f i title if it is held. The View from Here ED HAYES THIS IS A BIG TIME OF YEAR FOR FUTURES. I'm not talking about the kind of futures Burton Settoon at the Board of Trade dispenses. This is graduation week but I'm not concerned with that type future, either—not at this writing, anyway. I choose today to deal in the oldfashioned business of predicting the future. It looks like an interesting summer and wouldn't it be interesting to know just what it held? . No, I don't want to look into anyone's private pleasures and pains. Shoot, I don't even want to mess around with my own. Sports futures, that's my beat * * * The outdoor year of 1967 might look something like this. Friday night, May 26 — The outdoor season begins inside, at Blytheville High's commencement exercises when three boys and one girl (you can tell she's a girl because her hair is shorter than, the boys') bum their diplomas in protest of compulsory physical education. Sunday afternoon, May 28 — Blytheville's Dud Cason Legion club drubs Corning 10-2 in the first game, 2-1 in the second. The DCs win the nighty in the bottom of the seventh when Jimmy Wagner doubles and scores on two errors. Later in the evening at Blytheville Speedway. Otto Scrape noses out Hooker Hood in the Class A feature, winning by a hood. Wednesday, May 31 — BHS coach Bill McFarland stages a novel running demonstration with about two dozen athletes, to muster sympathy for a sensible track program. Saturday, June 3 — A rumor spreads through town that two tall twins are transferring to BHS from Corpus Christi. According to Hie rumor, they're both sophomores, all-state ends in football, all-state forwards in basketball. Saturday, June 10 — Marv Musgraves beats Coca-Cola of Memphis here 2-0 but the Legion hurler loses his no-hitter in the ninth. With the bases loaded third-baseman Bobby George saves the game with a circus catch of a liner over the bag. The Memphis boys argue that he trapped the ball. Monday, June 19 — Cassius Clay agrees to fight Buddy Chandler at Legion Arena as a preliminary to a wrestling match between Rowdy Red Roberts and the Mad Mexican. Tuesday, June 20 — Marshall Blackard refuses Clay a license to fight here. Blackard is denounced at Berkeley as an American sympathizer. Tuesday, June 27 — Frank Broyles resigns as UA football coach to take a job as assistant at Ole Miss. Sunday, July 9 — The twins from Corpus Christi actually move to Blytheville. They turn out to be girls. But quite athletic. Sunday, July 16 — St. Louis Cardinals lose their fifth straight and Harry Caray is hanged in effigy. Thursday, July 20 — Blytheville Legion team defeats Cedar Grove Dairy of Memphis 94, Walt Hampton pitches a three-hitter and the game is extraordinary in that it is free of argument (perhaps because Marge Maclin, first woman umpire here, wroked first base). Wednesday, July 26 — Cassius Clay apologizes to the U.S., charges are dropped and he volunteers for Army duty in Vietnam. Later that night it snows in Miami. Thursday, July 27 — Gene Hancock hasn't shaved in two months because his Li'l League team hasn't won yet. Saturday, Aug. 5 — Blytheville wins the district Legion tournament here. Don Gaines comes off the bench and hits one over t'na fence. Sunday, Aug. 6 — Dizzy Dean is summoned from Mississippi to broadcast the Cardinals' games. Harry Caray and Jack Buck have been sent down to Li'l Rock. Tuesday, Aug. 8 — Jerry Hudgins is called up from Toronto by the Boston Red Sox. He beats the Yankees but Mickey Mantle hits his 62nd homer of the year. Roger Maris sends Hudge two dozen roses. Wednesday, Aug. 9 — Buddy Chandler enlists in the Army and volunteers for duty in Vietnam. He's determined to get that fight with Clay. One the same day five Arkansas high school football and basketball standouts decide to stay with their Legion teams in me state tournament at Newport and bypass the all-star classics in Li'l Rock. Sunday, Aug. 13 — Blytheville wins its third straight Legion state championship, beating North Li'l Rock 13-0. Wednesday, Aug. 30 — Cardinals win their 15th straight. Dizzy Dean strikes for more money. Harry and Jack try to explain why the Travelers are in last place in the Texas League. Tuesday, Sept. S — Chandler knocks out Clay in the first round in front of 200,000 at Saigon. There is a permanent cease-fire. Tuesday, Sept. 19 — Cardinals clinch the National Leagu« flag, with J.P. Friend describing every thrilling play. Johnie Burnett of the Arkansas Athletic Association announces that the AAA is going to r.we its star games next year so they do not conflict with the Legion's state tournament. The Black Muslims and Ku Klux Klan hold a joint prayer meeting in Mississippi. Gene Hancock shaves. An all-state fullback from Scranton, Pa., moves to Blyiheville High. Later that night it snows In Death Valley. WHY NOT? It Figures: Willie Mays Bunts * * * * * * • * * * Tigers on Top, Orioles on the Move By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sporti Writer When Willie Mays hits a home run, that's predictable. When Willie Mays makes a great catch, that's predictable. When Willie Mays wins a ball game singlehandedly, that's predictable. Then there are the times Willie Mays is unpredictable. Like the other day when he dropped a fly ball. Or Monday night when he bunted. The bunt helped San Francisco more than the dropped fly ball did. !n fact it helped the Giants beat Philadelphia 3-1. The play came in the ninth inning with the game tied 1-1, runners at first and second and none out. "I bunted on my own," Willie explained afterward. "Jim Bunning is a tough pitcher. I've never hit him very well, and I lad already struck out three times. We needed only one run, and I got McCovey and Hart coming behind me. All it takes s a fly ball." * * * Bunning charged off the mound and scooped up the bunt, mt he threw high to second ,rying for a force out and the •tiants had the bases loaded. Just as Mays figured, McCo- isy got the ball in the air, but it was a foul pop, and now it was Hart's turn. The third baseman came through, lashing a double o left field that drove in two runs and won the game. What thought Herman Franks, the growly green Giant, tf Mays' bunt? * * * "Heck, it's » 1-1 ball game, and we figure we need only one un," the manager said. "I don't mind if he bunts." No one, except the opposition, eally can mind anything Mays ,oes. In the only other National ,eague games Pittsburgh ' de- eated Houston 3-1 and New York downed Los Angeles 5-2. * * * Hart's hit also brought Gay- ord Perry his first victory since April 13. Perry, a 21-game vinner last season who had lost r our straight, limited the Phil- Marilyn Takes An Emotional Golf Victory BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP) The late Babe Zaharias, greatest woman athlete ever in the Jnited States, is honored each •ear in her home town with a golf tournament in her name. Members of the Ladies 'rofessional Golf Association ild enough to have played with Babe on the tour would rather win this one than just about any hey play. "Without Babe Zaharias the ladies' tour wuldn't be as big as it is today," said Marilyn Smith after winning the $10,000 event Monday. 'I really wanted to win this tournament," she added. "Babe and I were good friends and she meant a lot to me." » * » Miss Smith, whose three- stroke, first-round lead vanished in Sunday's wind and cold, came back with a par 70 at Bayou Din Golf Club Monday to win the $1,500 first prize Monday. She had 210 for the 54 holes. Kathy WMtworth, whose three-under-par 9 in the second round gave her a one-stroke lead, slipped to a 74 Monday and finished with 213. She was tied by defending champion Shirley Englenorn, who also finished with a 70. lies to five hits, including a single by Tony Gonzalez and Rich Alien's double that gave Philadelphia its run in the first inning. Tommie Sisk pitched a four- hitter against Houston and helped extend Chris Zachary's winless streak to five. Willie Stargell got the big blow off Zachary, a two-run homer in the sixth inning. The Astros scored in the sixth on Ron Davis's triple and Joe Morgan's single. The Mete lashed four Los Angeles pitchers for 12 hits, Ed Charles collecting four singles and Tommy Davis three. Charles singled home a fifth- inning run that put New York ahead to stay. Home runs by Ron Fairly and Willie Davis were two of the Dodgers' five hits off Tom Seaver. By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Baltimore's Tom Phoebus, who started going places when he returned home, has given the wandering Orioles a new look at their old neighborhood. Phoebus, a Baltimore native who came up from the minors late last year and pitched shutouts in his first two starts, blanked the New York Yankees 7-0 on two hits Monday night, lifting the Orioles back to the .500 level after a three-week subterranean flight. The 25-year old right-hander, who lives less than two miles from Baltimore's Municipal The Slugger Is a Girl couldn't play in the official Lit CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) One of the stars of the unbeaten Junior Hornets baseball team is girl. Charlene Rowe, an 11-year-old fifth-grader, has caught and pitched in the first two games won by the otherwise all-boy team she organized herself when she was ruled ineligible for a local Little League team. She walked five times in the first of the two games the team rias won against regular Little Leaguers in games they don't count. "I'm sorta' short (4-foot-6) and the pitchers have trouble getting the ball over the plate when I'm batting," she explained. But in the next game the pitchers apparently got the ball >ver the plate. Charlene belted three hits in a 7-0 victory in which she caught the first half of the game, then switched to the mound. Coach Jack Williams says, : She's as good as any of the boys. And none of the boys ^ye play against kids her at all. The know they can't beat her." Charlene comes by her baseball talent naturally. Her father, Ralph Rowe, formerly played with the Southern League Charlotte Hornets. He now manages Orlando in the Florida State League. "He taught me how to play," said Charlene of her father. "He taught me how to hold the ball, to throw it and how to hit." Charlene became an organizer last year when told she Is Your Lawn Mower Dogging Around? If So ... Let An Expert Pep It Up. Complete Tune-Up For Any Make or Model. Free Pick-up & Delivery GOOSEY'S Tire Shop & Garage No. 6th & W. Moultrie Mildred's Alterations Specializing in alt., making better dresses, hridcmaids dresses & wedding gowns. Mildred McHaffey IM S. Second PO 3-3580 NOW OPEN Club 18 West HiWay 18 — Next Door To Langley's Auto Parts "4 Different Live Bands!" Ladies Nights—Mon., Tiies., Wed. Ladies 21 & Up—Men 21 & Up Large 30' x 60' Dance Floor Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent e07 N. 6th Phone PO 3-3361 tie League. She formed her own team and this spring it go together again. 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