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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Dot Turns Front Nine Dot Germain is a golfer in a hurry, but she couldn't close out best . woman on the Pine However, she did manage, to i women s title foui I mes get her finals tee-off time moved Miss German yesterday had up an hour this morning and as a bnl ant front mne-a 33, cnnn as «hp completes play to- which is four under par. day. she'll hustle from tl!e Ross- She was three up at the turn, wood Country Club at Pine j She was two up Bluff to the Little Rock airport, j and halved that with a par from where he will catch a! the win. Ark-Mo and N. 61 Score in LittU Loop Ark-Mo and North 61 took Little, League victories yesterday. North 61 got a 4-2 win over Jaycees, although out-hit 5-4. Three hits, a walk and a passed ball opened up a three-run third for North 61. Ark-Mo edged out Kiwanis in a 5-3 contest. Crigger of Ark-Mo had a one- hitter, two walks contributing to a two-run third inning for the losers. "Testa-day, Dot awed the'Fine;amateur at Hot Springs yester- Bluff gallery with her long, ac- j day. curate wood game, while she de- \ Mel Hughes fea'ted pre-tournament favorite Becky Glasscock, of Pine Bluff. Had play continued through 18, and had Dot managed a par there, she would have had a three-under-par 70, and this just Susie in Front MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Susie Maxwell, using a time- up at the turn, j, rcd putter and some fresh ip going into 17 , advi ^ has power ed her way to with a par for g (hree . stroke ]ead in t h 54-hole Milwaukee Jaycee Open Golf Tournament with a first-round score of 68. The former varsity golfer at Oklahoma City University used ,hn hari » fine a P utter she owned back in !ler 'ho naa a nm. i i- _ on i,.toroH ge ^ as ^ regjst d ^vsvriirs =«i-M-:» carded an 81. E. B. Gee, Jr., put a 76 up beside his previous day's 77 for a 153, ten back of the three-way One of her 30 putts was a 40- footer. Closest to Miss Maxwell was Gloria Ehret of Danbury, Conn., who shot a 34-37-71. Suicide Kills Stretchers Steady pitching by Walter Hampton and timely hits by Jim Wagner helped the Dud Cason Legionnaires to a 3-2 win over the ArkHola Stretchers of Little Rock at Light Brigade Field last night. The same teams go again tonight. Starting time has been moved up to 6:30 so Little Rock can get home at a decent hour. Several of the ArkHola players are due to appear in an all-star game Sunday. Last night, the Casons trailed for seven innings. In the eighth, Wagner led off with a double, Stan Williams walked and both advanced on a wild pitch. After Pat Harper grounded out, Wagner raced home on a wild pitch to tie it, 2-2. Then Ronnie Howell hit a screamer up the middle. The Little Rock shortstop got a hand on it but couldn't do anything with it and this single scored Williams. Blytheville got its first run in the second inning. Lee Forrestier opened with a walk. Wagner singled him to second base. An infield out moved him to third and another infield roller scored him. Hampton was his usual effect- Falcons Win Falcons defeated Hawks 11-3 in YMCA Midget League play last night at Sportsman's Field. Hawks took an early lead, when they scored three runs without a hit in the first inning. Falcons fought back with one in the bottom half, also without a safety, then went ahead to stay on a five-run outbreak in the second. posted insurance runs fourth, while Hawks few and far be- They in the , broke through for one in the 4th frame. Hits were tween, winners collection five, while Hawks had only one. Jaguars and Twins have the next league game Monday at 8. — Natty Bench-Warmer Startles Bums . , _ _j ; :_.» u « 1 «virl n nm i-il fit oH tVlP Snllt.flllt. By HAL BOCK | Ruiz Deat out an inrem single j Associated" Press Sports Writer : for Cincinnati's first hit and and 'The way Chico Ruiz was j woke up the Reds with base- sneaking up behind John Rose- j ball's oldest ruse-the hidden boro you'd have thought the j ball trick-sparking a 3-2 victo- National League's best-dressed ry over the Dodgers, benchwarmer was wearing his In other National League ac(20 alligator shoes. n, Chicago shaded New York And watching Ruiz race down 4-3 in 10 innings, Atlanta nipped the first base line wth the first ouston 9-8 in 10 innings, Phila- Cincinnati hit off Los Angeles' Bill Singer in the sixth inning of firiday night's game, you'd , have been convinced of it. .542 .536 .526 .517 .483 8V4 .393 15 .390 15 .345 17 Today's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B Cincinnati ... 40 23 .635 — St. Louis 35 21 .625 1 : Ban Francisco 32 27 Chicago 3026 Pittsburgh ... 30 27 Atlanta 3028 Philadelphia . 29 30 Houston ...-•• 24 37 Los Angeles .. 23 36 New York ... 19 36 Friday's Results Chicago 4, New York 3, 10 in Dings Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 3 Atlanta 9, Housoon 8, 10 in nings Cincinnati 3, Los Angeles, 2 St. Louis 5, San Francisco : Today's Games Chicago at New York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia St. Louis at San Francisco Cincinnati at Los Angeles, J> Atlanta at Houston, 2, day night Sunday's Games Chicago at New York, 2 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia St. Louis at San Francisco Cincinnati at Los Angeles Atlanta at Houston Monday's Games Chicago at Pittsburgh, N St. Louis at Houston, N. Altanta at Los Angeles, N Cincinnati at San Francisco Only games scheduled American League W. L. Pet. G.B Chicago 33 23 .589 Detroit ...... 32 25 .561 1% Minnesota .. ..30 29 .508 * Boston 30 30 .500 5 Cleveland .... 29 30 .492 5' Kansas City .. 29 31 .483 6 Baltimore .... 28 30 .483 6 New York .... 28 30 .483 6 California .... 30 33 .476- 6 Washington .. 27 35 .435 9 Friday's Results Cleveland 2, Minnesota 1, : Innings California 2-5, Baltimore 1-3 Washington 1-4, Boston 0-3 New York at Chicago, rain Kansas City at Detroit, 2, ra' Today's Games New York at Chicago : Kansas City at Detroit, 2 i Minnesota at Cleveland, N Boston at Washington I California at Baltimore, N Sunday's Games > New York at Chicago, 2 1 Kansas City at Detroit i Minnesota at Cleveland f Boston at Washington 1 California at Baltimore Monday's Games California at Detroit, 2, twi Bight Kansas City at Cleveland, twi-night Minnesota it Baltimore, 1, tw night Boston at New York, N i Only games scheduled Ruiz beat out an infeld single]with new wings, has come straight home to roost...and the eathers are flying in Hank ?auer's not-so-cozy nest. Held, dealt from Baltimore to California Thursday, smacked a ame-winning home run in the irst game and a two-run homer n the second Friday night, pow- erng the hot Angels to a 2-1, 5-3 Iphia dropped Pittsburgh 5-3 nd St. Louis took San Francis- 5-3. Ruiz purchased his alligator doubleheader Orioles. sweep over the oes last winter while playing the Venezuelan League. The Reds' No.- 1 handyman, xplains his expensive footwear imply. "You sit on the bench, ou have to look pretty." He didn't look so pretty to oseboro in toe second inning riday night. Ruiz, playing see- nd base, had just taken the hrow at first, coveting on Sing er's sacrifice. Chico carried the ball with him as he returned to second and before Roseboro knew what vas happening, Ruiz played tag, ou're out. Four innings later, the Reds till didn't have a hit. With two ut, Leo Cardenas, was hit by a itched ball and Singer balked lim to serond. Then Ruiz apped a ball to third and beat it ut. for a single. He promptly stole second and hen rode home with Cardenas n Vada Pinson's single. The Dodgers tied it in the bottom of he sixth, but Lee May's seventh nning homer put the Reds on op to stay. Mel Queen hurled a four-hitter or his eighth victory in nine delisions. May's homer was his fourth and Ruiz' hidden ball trick his first. A d o 1 p h o Phillips, who smashed four home runs against the Mets in a double- leader Sunday, was Chicago's iero again. This time he cracked a three- run homer in the fifth inning and then ignited the Cubs' win- . "I didn't want to leave the 'uys in Baltimore— they're a O >reat bunch," said the 35-year- old Held, sent to the Angels for litcher Marcelino Lopez before ^riday morning's trading dead- ine. "But I should get to play more with California. "You get old sitting on the bench. In fact, I'm old already." + * * The sweep extended the Angels' winning streak to five games and gave them 10 victories in their last 11. The double setback stretched Baltimore's losing string to five and dropped the defending American League champions into a tie for sixth place. Last-place Washington Boston twice, 1-0 and 4-3, while Cleveland nipped Minnesota 2-1 in 10 innings in the only other AL games played. A schedule; doubleheader between Kansas City and Detroit and a single game between the New York Yankes and the Chicago Whitf Sox were rained out. Held, a utility infielder-out opener as a second inning re placement for s hortstop . Jim Fregosi, who complained of muscle spasms in his back. After striking out and singling in his first two trips to the plate, Held led off the ninth with a shot into the left field bleachers of left-hander Pete Richert, snapping a 1-1 deadlock. 'Nobody said anything to me when I was running around the ases," he said. "I didn't mile...somebody might hit me , econd homer of the night. . .and ird of the year...staked right- ander Jirn McGlothlin to a 2-0 ad. Jose Cardenal also hit a vo-run homer as the Angels moved ahead 5-0, but a two-run Saltimore burst in the fifth hased McGlothlin. Rookie Ken Turner then tanked the Orioles until the ninth, when Frank Robinson unloaded his 19th homer. The Senators started their weep over Boston behind right- lander Bob Priddy, who lanked the Red Sox for seven nnings in his first AL start and squeeze-bunted a run across in he third inning. Dave Baldwin replaced Priddy in the eighth fielder who had gone hitless in his last 22 at-bats for, the Ori oles, got into Friday night' SHORTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRES GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador (AP — The opening two singles in the United States-Ecuado match in the American Davis Cup tennis final Zon ning rally in the 10th when he walked, stole second and went to third on a bad throw. He scored on John sacrifice fly. Sonny Jackson's two-base error on Hank Aaron's leadoff grounder in the 10th led to Atlanta's winning run against Houston. The Astros had wiped out a nearly 8-3 Brave lead mostly on the hitting of Jim Wynn, who drove in three runs with a single and his 15th homer. The homer was Wynn's fourth in two nights and seventh in the last eight games. He took over the National League runs batted in lead with 46. Clete Boyer, Mack Jones, Tito three hits apiece for the Braves, Rich Allen, on a tear wiKi 13 hits in his last 27 swings, led the Phillies past the Pirates. He smashed -a triple and a home rim, .driving in two runs and scoring twice. Larry Jackson went the distance, allowing eight hits for his fourth victory. Two-run singles by Mike Shannon and Julian Javier keyed a four-run Cardinal first inning against the Giants, who dropped their third straight. St. Louis has won three in a row and eight of the last nine. played today. Cliff Richey o San Angelo, Tex., was pitte against Francisco Guzman an 'i3 tnr T'ii H > e Arthur As!le of Richmond, Va Boccabellas against Miguel oivera. NEW YORK (AP) - Colum bia, the Calfornian yacht whic will compete in the America Cup observation trials off New port, R.I., next month, arrive Friday after a two weeks tri aboard a freighter from Lo Angeles. QUANTICO, Va. (AP) - Bi Clark, of the Marine Corps, sta tioned at Camp LeJeune, N.C won the 5,000-meter title for th second straight year in the In- Clete Boyer, MacK Jones, TIIO terservice track and field ciam- Francona and Denis Menke had Pionships Frday. His time was the nose." In the second game, Held's and completed the shutout. Trailing 3-0 in the ninth inning of the nightcap, Washington closed the gap on run-scoring singles by Frank Howard and Ken McMullen. The Senators- tied the score on a bases-loaded throwing error by third baseman Joe Foy, then won it when McMullen beat first baseman George Scott's throw to the plate on a grounder by pinch hitter Paul Casanova. The Indians broke a 1-1 tie in the 10th when Larry Brown singled, took second on Max Alvis' infield hit and scored on Chuck Hinton's single. Right-hander Luis Tiant went all the way for the Indians, scattering eight bits—including sixth-inning homer by rookie od Carew, who has hit safely D 15 straight games. Ive self on the mound but did not match some of his more brilliant efforts of the year. New Car Posts Win Approximately 500 people were at Osceola's Speedway last night to watch Bobby Smiths black Chevy' take the C class feature race and Sonny Johnson's black racer take the A feature. In third position for most of the race, Smith won the purse on the last turn when the second place car driven by Butter Bean Goolsby crashed into the leading car drvien by Rufus Bishop. After ' Goolsby . eliminated Bishop, Smith had only to coast to the checkered flag. C-car favorite Buford Ward almost set a new track record qualifying, time in his Chevy with 18.9 seconds, Just .9 off the mark. Johnson's black racer had never been on the track prior to last night but it apparnetly made little difference as he had the best qualifying time for A- cars with 15.3 and took the main event. With Johnson in pole position and veteran Don Kerbough on his right, the two battled for five laps when Johnson took the lead for good. Kerbough kept chasing and narrowed the lead to a scant car length at the checkered flag. Old pro Wayne Woodward made an unexpected appearance just before the A fast heat with a sleek red car. The A drivers had a short care but Woodward only lap- ed the car several times and never entered a race. Cason Coach Dwight Wil- jams pulled him in the ninth n favor of Bobby George, the bird baseman-pitcher. It turned out to be a very good move. Hampton had lost the first two hitters to bases on balls after working both to 3-2 counts. It was at this juncture that George took over. He got a pinch-hitter on a ground ball, but both runners moved up. Then ArkHola Bo Adams put on a suicide squeeze. The batter, however, popped his bunt into the air. George, vho has cat-quick reflexes, grabbed it and fired to third for a game-ending double .play. Cason Coach Dwight Williams was impressed with the Stretch- Russell K. Marr Salesman Tom Little REALTY Ph. PO 2-2323 Let us sell yonr house. WE CAN: Help you set the rijrht price! Find a Buyer! Find Financing for your buyer! See us for houses displaying FHA Signs. By RICK COUCH Woodie Held, an old Oriole 14:47.8. PALMA DE MALLORCA, Balearic Is. (AP) — Austria and Scotland moved into the final of Hie European Amateur Soccer Championships Friday. Austria \ scored a 1-0 victory over Turkey, and Scotland beat Spain 31, HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CO. U20 Union Ave. Phone 274-4400 Memphis 4. Tennessee Call For Free Consultation. Insurance for Estate Planning Kej Man Partnership nd Corporation Groui) Pension Retirement and Bospltallzatlon. NEW YOHK Evelyn Moore, (AP) - Mrs. competing for the University of Illinois Gizz Kids, won gold medals in the backstroke, freestyle and breastslroke swimming events Friday night at the opening of the llth annual National Wheelchair Games. She competes in the class for the most severely handicapped. COULD YOU WRITE A CHECK FOR $320.17? .That's the average cost of an average stay in the hospital. You need MFA Health Insurance dally hospital room allowance. SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT Buel Carter, Agent Blytheville, Ph. PO 3-8361 WAYNE DAGOETT, Agent Osnfola, Ph. LO 3-5311 FOR YOUR VACATION You'll Get One Roll of Kodak Color or B&W Film With Each Roll Developed This Kodak Instamaflc Camera — AT — BARNEY'S DRUGS 2006 W. Main HI WAY DRUG Main at Division OWENS DRUGS 523 N. Sixth MALL DRUG STORE Day Shopping Center (Opening Soon) TRADE UP NOWTOA YAZOO BIGWHEEL "They have some fin* .ball players. I hope we can be lucky enough to beat them again tonight." 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