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w * * ^K ff r^ Kid Whiffs Mays Four Times but then Comes McCovey j. A By ED SCHUYLER JR. | _ Associated Press Spotls Writer i| Willie won't soon forget Gary j j Nolan, and Nolan will long re- member Willie. ' Willie Mays will remeber the 12 pitches Nolan thrw past : him'Wednesday night as chief victim of the young Cincinnati right-hander's 15-strikcout performance. Nolan will remember Willie McCovey for the one pitch he didn't throw past'the San Francisco first baseman—McCovey .hit it out of the park for a three- run homer to tie .the game, '"which the Giants won 4-3 by scoring in the ninth inning off Bob Lee, who relieved Nolan after the one pitch. "It was a good pitch I made to McCovey," the disconsolate 19-year-old rookie said. "I lliuiiiii iBiiniMiiiiii COURIER NEWS Wed. *'s einiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiniinniiinniiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin 1 " 111111111111111 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING—Bob Aspromonte, Astros, stroked five hits and drove in three runs as Houston battered St. Louis with a 23-hit PAGE EIGHT Thursday, June 8, 1967 thought he would either pop it up or hit a grounder. It was just one of those thing^ " In other National. League action, Pittsburgh blanked the New Yorks Mets 3-0, the Chicago Cubs topped Philadelphia 3-1, Atlanta walloped Los Angeles 13-5 and Houston trouncd St. Louis 17-1. Kansas City beat Detroit 4-2, California downed Baltimore 20 and ihe New York Yankee beat Washington 7-1 before los- ind to th Scnstors 2"! in tns ^-gic itusc num^i «-u wi. <,iru «* scond game. The Boston at them. The other scored when Nolan did get Mays. Willia came up in the eighth with Jesus Alou and Tom Haller on base via singles and went down on strikes for the fourth time. McCovey, who also was fanned twice by Nolan, then homered on the first pitch. Lee came on to end the inning but ran into trouble right at the start of the ninth. Hal Lanier led off with a single and advanced on a sacrifice. Pinch hitter Jim Davenport walked and, after Alou, who got four hits off Nolan, lined out, both runners advanced on a wild pitch. * * * Haller drove in the winning run when ns play could be made on his high bouncer in front of the mound. The Reds scored three runs off Juan Marichal in the sixth. Pete Rose homered for two of Over in the American . . . By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer Now, if only it doesn't rain on Jim McGlothlin's paradfc Me . . . i_i_._ _.:ti. « fuinctant • Plniln ftvfir nil his third string^to 33 runless innings and lowered his earned run averag. to 1.07. ; There were only three other at Minnsota were rained out. There were oi.j- ; _ McGlothlin has allowed jus one earned run in the last 49 2-3 innings he has worked and hi games played in the American League Wednesday. New York and Washington split a twi-night doublheader, the Yankees taking the opener 7-1 and the Senators copping the second game 21. Kansas City defeated Detroit 4-2. Boston's doubleheader at Chicago and Cleveland's game OV^UUU gmn*"- -•— Chicago twi-night doubleheader and the Cleveland at Minnesota games were rained out. "He's jjust tremendous." Cincinnati Manager Dave Bristol said of Noian who has won four of his five decisions. "I told him attack, 17-1. PITCHING-Jim McGlothlin, Angels, allowed just four hits and struck out nine as California blanked Baltimore 2-0. Deron Johnson singled, went to second on a throwing error by Mays and came home on Tommy Helms' single. Manny Mota drove In two runs with a bloop single and Willie Stargell homered in Pitts- 01 HIS live UCLlMUiio. i f"* «"«»i VVlllic aidlgeil nuiucicu *" i ""•» if he got Willie Mays, I would | burgh's victory. Tommie Sisk, i „ v,;«, in HO'C cnrh a man in s.i wonf the rnnfp fnr the third keep him in. He's such a man in . every way y° u J ust na V e conSi " dence in him an dgo along with him." The View from Hen ED HAYES Thanks, Thanks, Thanks! THEY DO APPRECIATE THE PEOPLE WHO COMB out to see their games at Southside Park. The people,,in this case, who come inside the fence and pay to se« the plays. Ira Young said: "It doesn't amount to much more than a li'l donation ... but it does help." Ira has some boys in the Tri-County league and they have been doing well. Fans of Harrison High and Junior High are asked to watch for the schedule. * * * SAW AN .OLD FRIEND IN.MEMPHIS A FEW DAYS ago, Don Goodman, former Blytheville High football lineman. He weighs on the light end of 200 pounds now, about 48 pounds less than his playing days. Don said he lost most of it in service. I said: "Hard work or ill-prepared food?" "I was sick," he said. "Homesick." * * * BUDDY CHANDLER IS SOMETHING OF A STOCK car driver now, too. The boxer-wrestler-referee, his first time on a dirt track —a few Sundays ago at Blytheville Speedway—finished fifth In the Class C feature. "I thought that was pretty good," Buddy admitted. The next Sunday wasn't so good. He didn't finish. Buddy had gear trouble. He made the turn in high, thinking he was in second, didn't have the power and was smacked by another jalopy. "He put me on the wall and buckled my frame." Was he hurt? Naw, just a nick on the neck and leg. All part of the game, easier than trying to restore order in the Legion Arena ring. * * * THE ARKANSAS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HAS DE- cided not to create another classification, stick with those it has but diwy up the leagues more attractively. It will undoubtedly take a good deal of brainwork, and concessions in some quarters, but in any case the Blytheville High football Chickasaws are sure to benefit. Anything would be better than the league they're now stuck in—unless it be a two- team league, Blytheville vs. Jonesboro. Something is cockeyed when Bob Williams has to go out and hustle up seven non-league games. The 1967 schedule has the Chickasaws playing their first game Sept. 1 (Helena here) but no league game until Oct. 20 (here against Jonesboro). * * * THE OLE MISS 1967-68 BASKETBALL BOOK HAS THIS on Larry Martindale: "Operated last winter as the Rebs' sparkplug and play- making boss. One of the year's most underrated performers in the SEC. Fine ball handler and tactician. His free- throw point after the game had ended handed Ole Miss a 58-57 win over Mississippi State closing out the campaign." Martindale, remember, played his senior high school sea. son at Wilsori, * school noted for its swimming, track and ,. football teams. Donnie Kessinger of Forrest City and the Chicago Cubs Is listed as Hie Ole Miss freshman coach for 67-68, so I reckon he won't be playing pro basketball for New Orleans. «' * * ' . ALL THE FOLLOWING GRUB WAS SELECTED FOR . all training tables in the National Football League last year: Nabisco Shredded Wheat, Pillsbury Pancakes, Tang, Kraft cheese, Hormel meats, Heinz soups and condiments, Bird's Eye vegetables, Del Monte prunes and raisins. ,-..3 ' . • * * * HADN'T PLANNED ON MENTIONING ANYTHING About the future of this column in today's column but the guys of Dud Cason Post 24 came through again and I can't let it pass without immediate thanks. It wasn't the going-away gift that I appreciated so much. What I really cherished was the gratuity of the heart in words spoken and unspoken. More later. Now just thanks, thanks, thanks. _ 4-3, went the route for the third time in the Pirates last 36 games. No other Pittsburgh pitcher has completed a game in that stretch. Ferguson Jenkins set Philadelphia down on three hits. Adolfo Phillips hit a solo homer and Billy Williams a two- run shot for Chicago. Tony Gonzales homered for the Phillies. * * * A pair of three-run homers paced Atlanta to its victory over Los Angles. Clete Boyer also homered for the Braves, and Lou Johnson hit on for Los Angeles. Huston jumped on five St. Louis pitchers for 23 hits, including five by Bob Aspromonte and four by Ron Brand. Aspromonte, Brand, Rusty Staub and Jim Landis each drove in three runs as Bo Belinsky picked up his first victory, although he was relieved in the sixth when St. Louis scored to make it 3-1. The Astros then broke lose for 14 runs in the last three innings.. 1 f 169 Players Drafted By JACK HAND NEW YORK (AP) - John Michael Adamson, a right-handed pitcher from the University of Southern California, and Ron Bomberg, a high school first baseman from Atlanta, have been singled out as the top amateur prospects in the game as a result of baseball's free agent draft, Adamson, who failed to sign when the Philadelphia Phillies drafted him previously, was the No.l pick by the Baltimore Orioles in the secondary phase of the two-day selection meetings of the major leagues. Blomberg, an, 18-year-cd slugger from Atlanta's Druid Hills High School, was the No 1 pick by the New York Yankees among the record 975 new prospects selected in the regular phase of the draft. When the 20 big league clubs had completed their drafts for themselves and their minor league affiliates, a total of 1,169 players had been selected, in- cluding 194 in the secondary phase of athletes previously picked but not signed. * * * Adamson appears in line for a sizeable bonus from the Baltimore club which is anxious to bolster its pitching staff with young talent. A 6-foot-3, 195- pounder from San Diego, the Southern Cal sophomore is regarded as a red hot prospect. The Yanks, too, are expected to dig down deep for Blomberg, a 6-1, 185-pounder whose lefty swing conforms with the Yankee Stadium architecture. 0£ course, there is nothing that compels a player to sign with the team that drafted .him. However, he can not negotiate with any other team. If he is not signed he goes back into the pool at the next draft in January, or whenever he becomes eligible again. NBA Pension Plan Owners Agree ,. CHICAGO (AP) - Owners of National Basketball Association clubs have reached a pension agreement with the league's players association, settling an issue that nearly triggered a players strike during the NBA playoffs last season. The agreement was announced Wednesday after players from the league's 12 clubs, headed by Under the * * new colege rule, amounts. Kennedy said the program specifies that any player who breaches a contract by jumping to another league will forfeit all benefits. This was obviously aimed at the new American Basketball Association which currently is warring with the NBA for play„ _ . . .er talent. Oscar Robertson, star of the Kennedy said the pension will Cincinnati Royals, met with the - - - - owners for approximately au hour. Commissioner Walt Kennedy, who was awarded a five-year contract with a reported $10,000 annual salary increase to $60,000, said the plan affects all players on the active list as of Feb. 2, 2967. Under the agreement, players with 10 years of active service will get a maximum of $600 monthly at age 65. Coverage will begin with the player's third year in the league, with those from three to nine years of service . getting lesser adopted last December, college players can't be signed until they graduate or are 21. However, players drafted previously and then put back into the pool remain eligible in the secondardy phase as the rule was not made retroactive. The draft, now in its third year of operation, subs for the old system of wild bonus bidding among the 20 club's for the hot shot prospects. A few still get the big money hut only a few. Fights jiilllililllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiinitiiiliiiuiiiniBBWiwi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK — Felix Morales, 140, New York, outpointed Mike Cortez, 139, New York, 10. TOKYO — Tsuyoshi Nakamu- only problem has been work—or rather the lack of it. The early season rash of rainouts deprive* him of several starts but.that',' nothing new for McGlothlin. * * * 'I don't know what this power of mine is," moaned McGloth in, while watching a storm wash out one of his early starts." This is always happen ing to me. "Back in 1963,1 was going t be the opening day pitcher fo Hawaii. It poured for four days." The Angels got McGlothlin an unearned run off loser Pete R chert in the first inning and the youngster made it stand u; against the Orioles, who hac scored 27 runs against Califor nia in a doubleheader the daj before. Jim Fregosi drove in an in surance run with an eighth in ning single but McGlothlin, whc allowed four hits and struck ou nine, didn't need it. Fred Talbot hurled a six-hit ter for the Yankees in the open er against Washington. New York scored four runs in.the second inning—two of them on bases loaded .walks to Mickey Vlantle and Ruben Amaro. * * * In the nigthcap, Bill Monbou quette, making his first start fo the Yankees, was nicked fo single runs in the first and thir nnings and Phil Ortega, with ate inning help from Dav Saldwin and Darold- Knowles protected them for the victory. Doubles by Ed Brinkman an Fred Valentine produced Wasl ington's first run and then Bo Saverine's double followed b an infield out and Cap Peter son's sacrifice fly brought horn another in the third. Ortega was sailing along on two-hit shutout until the eight when two-out singles by Mik Hegan, Mantle and Clark gav the Yankees a run. Baldwin re tired Amaro to escape the inning and then Knowles set New York down in the ninth. Rick Monday slashed a two- run inside-the-park homer, giving the Athletics their victory over Detroit and tagging Mickey Lolich, 5-7, with his fifth straight loss. Monday's shot snapped a 1-1 tie in the sixth after Bert Cam- paneris had walked. Paul Lindblad, a reliever, made his first 'rav«lm End oiing String LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The rkansas Travelers ended a hree - game losing streak Wednesday night behind the six- t pitching of Brian Sinnott. innott allowd only six singles s the Travs blanked Dallas- Fort Worth, 6-0. Sinnott's shoutout was only he second by an Arkansas litcher this season. The Travs scored a run in he first on consecutive single! >y Billy Wolff, Joe Hage, Art )eras and Tommy Smith. Hague drove in two runs with a triple and a single. He now las driven in 39 runs in 48 ;ames. Sinnott was in trouble only once. He struck out Don Fur nald with the bases loaded in he fifth. El Paso remained in a sec ond place tie with the Travel en, edging Austin, 4-2, at E »aso. El Paso scored three runs n the third inning and then re- ied on the relief pitching o Rick Evans, Dave Trunbull and Bill Boehlert. Both Arkansas and El Past are two games behind Amaril B, the Texas League leader. Dallas-FW 000 000 000-0 8 Arkansas 100 020 12x-fi 11: Reynolds, Dixon (8) arid Saul Sinnott and Smith. W — Sinnot (3-2). L — Reynolds (2-6). Carolyn 11 THEATRE Piqgorr, Arkansas AIR CONDITIONED IxS^m***^********* Final Week! Thurs., June 8 Thru Wed., June 14 One of the Best Ever Made! "DOCTOR Z III STARRING • Geraldine Chapin • Julie Christie • Tom Courtenay In Metro Color Ran Several Months In Memphis at 2.50 OUR ADMISSION Children 50c (Under 12) Adults $1.50 One Show Nightly - 8 PJtf. Saturday — 8 P.M. Sunday — 1:00 & 8:00 P.M. SUDDENLY WE'RE A STATUS SYMBOL! There we were, quietly minding our own business, (tending to our little distillery) when suddenly the whole country discovers our rare old Sippin' Whiskey. OVERNIGHT, WTtt A HIT! So who's complaining? Yon are! Why? Because Ezra Brooks is so sippirr* good, you buy it faster than we can deliver ft. 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