The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1967 · Page 9
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Blyttievllle (Ark.) Courier News - M«diy, JUM *. M» - *«!• *"** Dickinson Wins Title After Five-Year Wait By HAL PARIS Associated Press Sports Writer CLEVELAND, Ohio (A) It was a long five-year drought, . but Gardner Dickinson figures "' the first place money of $20,700 : was worth waiting for. "It was a very satisfying vic- • tory," the slightly built, 153- pound Florida pro noted after • hs breezed home in even par 70 < Sunday to win the Cleveland Open golf championship. He •finished nine-under for the 72 holes with a 271. * * * :. It was the first tour title since 1962 for the steady Dickinson • who has .become a familiar ; trademark on golf courses everywhere with his white-billed -. cap.. "I've played very consistently for a good while and haven't missei) very many fairways. I've worked hard. But I can't give enough credit to Tony Penna who has worked tirelessly with roe to help my game the last six years. ' ' Penna is i * pro * * from Palm Beach, Fla. Dickinson, whose best previous finish this year was a tie for third at Phoenix Ariz., also credited fabled Ben Hogan for some lessons in 54 when the Florida golfer got out of the Army. Dickinson, Who played the tight 6,611-yard Aurora Country Club course with precision accuracy, wasn't quite as sharp as in earlier rounds when he post- ed scores of 68, 66 and 67. Two Texans, Miller Barber and Homero Blancas, finished tied for second with 275s. Tommy Aaron, who had the day's best round with a 66, closed in a five-way deadlock for fourth place with Jerry Edwards, Allen Henning, Phil Rod. gers and Lou Graham. All had 277s. * * * A stroke back at 278 were Co bie LeGrange, Wayne Yates and Arnold Palmer. Grouped at 279 were Lionel Hebert, Gene Littler, Bert Weaver and Billy Cas. per. U. S. Open king Jack Nicklaus and Masters champion Gay Brewer were locked at 282 with four others. Irwin Remorseful After NCAA Win SHAWNKE ON DELAWARE', Pa. (AP) - Hale, Irwin, the University of Colorado marketing student who won the 70th annual NCAA golf championship Is a painfully honest young man. He had just won college golf's most coveted title, an accomplishment that bypassed such greats as Arnold Palmer, Lawson Little, Charley Coe and Bobby Jones. He .had a right to be elated, cocky, ready to liek the world. Not this 6-foot-6-inch football star who looks more like a golfer. In effect, he said he was terrible and that he almost backed into the title he wanted so badly. He wasn't sure he belonged in the company of last year's winner, Bob Murphy Of Florida, or the 65 champ, Marty Fleckman, or such previous NCAA kings as Jack Nickiaus, Phil Rodgers, R.H. Sikes and Kermit Zarley. The fly in his championship ointment was a final round seven-over-par 79 Saturday on the 7,025-yard Shawnee Inn Golf Course. "I don't like to .end a tournament playing so badly," he said, when he could have said, winning is the thing. "I don't know how to explain this round" he declared. "I was a combination of fatigue, generally poor play and an element of choke." He headed home after his four rounds of 70-72-65-79—286, gave him a two stroke win over a trio deadlocked at 288 - Bunky Henry, Georgia Tech placekick- er; Ross Randall, San Jose State and Robert Drue Johnson, Arizona State. Henry shot a final round two- under-par 70, Johnson and Randall each 71 in the fruitless assault on Irwin's five-stroke 54- hole lead. . Two in Row for Travs LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The. run third inning, highlighted by Arkansas Travelers won their second straight victory over league-leading Amarillo here Sunday, defeating the Sonics 8-3 after reabking a 3-3 deadlock in the fourth inning. . The Sonics won the .series' three games to two and s' hold a five-game lead over me third-place Travelers. Arkansas put together a three- M/NORS— Texas League Sunday's Results Austin S, Aluquerque 4'-(10 innings) .!?,,' Arkansas 8, Amarillo 3 Dallas-Fort Worth at El Paso, ppd., rain W. L. Pet. G.B. Amarilla 41 27. .603; -'•. El Paso 3730 .552 3% Arkansas ...3632 .529 Aluqquerque b 30 35 Austin 3140 rjal-FW ....2940 Monday's Games Albuquerque at El Paso Only game scheduled .462 .437 -.420 5 9% 12 12% Saturday's Results Pacific Coast League' San Diego 10, Indianapolis Phoenix 6-1, Seattle 2-4 Tacoma 5, Denver 3 Vancouver 11, Spokane 9, 13 innings Tula 4, Portland 0 Oklahoma City 7, Hawaii 1 International League Buffalo 7, Columbus 6 Richmonu 7, Syracuse 4 Rochester 6, Jaconsville.Z Toronto at Toledo, rain Sunday's Result* Pacific Coast League San Diego 1, Indianapolis 0 Portland 9-0, Tulsa 5-2 SPokane 3-6, Vancouver 2 J Seattle 4, Phoenix 1 Denver 5-3, Tacoma 4-2 Okla. City 4-2, HawaU 2-3 International League Toledo 14-4, Toronto M Columbus 6-8, Buffalo 5-7, 2nd gsme 18 innings Richmond 2-1, Syracuse 1-0 Rochester 6, Jacksonville 4 Jim Procopio's double, but the Sonics bounced back with three runs in the top of the fourth against winning pitcher Brian Sinnott. Nate Colert's 18th home run drove in the first two. ' Jose Arcia 'beat out an infield hit and stole .second- with;-one away in the bottom of the ourlh, then scored when Col- )ert threw away a grounder by Bobby Dews. Sinnott and Quique' Rivera brought in another run with a pair of singles before the inning was over. • • Relievers Jerry Burns and Ed iarrar gave up three other runs .to- the Travelers. . In other Texas League action, leorge Kopacz singled in Ralph Garr in the to pof the 10th in- ing to give Austin a 5-4 victory over Albuquerque in game marred by five errors. Dallas-Fort Worth at El Paso was postponed because of rain. .Second-place . El Paso now trails Amarillo by 3%' games, but the Sun Kings have a'chance to narrow the margin tonight when they host Albuquerque in the only Texas League game scheduled. Amarillo' 000 300 0000-3 10 2 Arkansas - 003 210 20x-8.12 0 Anderson, Burns (4), Harrar BATTING LEADERS NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting (ISO at bats) - Cl* mente, Pitt., .350; Cepeda, St.L., .342. Runs—Aaron, At!., 57; R. Allen, Phil., 51. Runs batted in~Wynn, Houst., 53; Perez, Cinn., 48; Clemente, Pitt., 48; Cepeda, St.L., 59.- ment, Pitt., 86. Doubles—Ceieda, St. L., 20; R. Allen, Phil., 19. Triples - R. Allen, Phil., 7; Williams, Chic., 6 Home runs — Aaron, Atl., 18; Wynn, Houst., 18. Stolen bases — Brock, St.L., 27; Phillips, Chic., 17. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (150 at bats)-F. Robinson, Bait., .337; Yastrzemski, BOst., .336. Runs—F. Robinson, Bait., 54; \aline, Det., 51. Runs batted in—F. Robinson, Bait.,. 59; Killebrew, Minn., 57. Hits—F. Robinson, Bait., 83; Yastrzemski, Bost., 81; Carew, Vlinn., 81. Doubles — Tovar, Minn., 16; Campaneris. K.C., 15; Yastrze- ski, Bost., 15. Triples.— Buford, Chic., 5; Monday, K.C., 5; Versalles, Minn., 5. •. Home runs—Killebrew, Minn., 22; F. Robinson, Bait., 21. Stolen bases — Campaneris, K.C., 28; Agee, Chic., 21. Baeza Converts Arlington Slop nto Pay Dirt By ED SCHUYU5R JR. .nodded Press Sports Writer WEIGHTY PROBLEMS don't bother New York Jets quarterback .Toe Namath. Namath. who had an operation on his right knee recently, strengthens it by lifting weights. C* SiVTbl V* Cl I W I .COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR TbM tar Ink D*r, "T«lh Wh«n Hih lltt Itit" FOR THE WEEK JUNE 25 THRU JULY 2 SUN 25 iO J:56 AM MOM 26 AM TUE 27 1O 4:30 AM jje 5:11 AM THU "29™ >O 5:51 AM FRI AM SAT 7:11 AM SUN_ ___ K» 7:52 AM All time Is oivcn In Cwtrtl Standard time. Add one h6ur fcr the Eastern time zone; lublrut 6r>« hour for R«ky Mountain lime; two hours for Picific time. In localilbi using daylight laving ^Hit.ut one hour to time found above. Copyright 1967 Hooker Wins Braulio Baeza's trip to France tiiis week can hardly be any moother than the one he took n Chicago. The Panamanian who will ake an airplane to France to I » . p •ide Assagai in the Grand Prix | At ip le St. Cloud next Sundy did his i lying at Arlington Park last In spite of a 20-minute delay, Saturday aboard Dr. Fager. ' Blylheville Speedway got t h e The 3-year-old Tartan Stable cars to speeding last night. ace flashed a mile over a sloppy The new | y . formed Stock rack and won the $106,000 Ar- Car Association held things up ington Classic by 10 lengths by asking tj, al the infield be over Lightning Orphan in 1:36. i c j ea red before the races began. Performing in the slop for the ! g c. Ward of Memphis start- 'irst time, the 2-5 favorite rang ' e( j a t the pole position and won up his third victory in four . tne g feature going away. races this year and his seventh i , , , n nine career starts in his bat,le with Damascus for Kie :)year-old championship. It was Blacker tht Flih — Belter the Day for Fishing Hooker Hood was back to get his first start since his dis-j f ca i ur[ , Hc was s , owed b qualification m the Jersey Der- i w ,. ec i (c J^ y j?°- . . i Seventeen cars entered a n d While Dr. Fager was demol- on , y (en went away stm in con . ishing Lightning Orphan, third dition to run. CINCINNATI (AP) - CCar I the par 5 17th and finished with Mann says she learned something Sunday in her four-stroke victory in the $21,000 Buckeye Savings Ladies Professional Golf Tournament. The lall blonde Miss Mann was 01 t a Kith tee when she learned Clifford Ann Creed, with \v!iom she had been in 3 neck and neck battle, had taken d(mble bogey on and i had dropped four strokes behind. 'I've been that far ahead in other tournaments," she said, : but not by having the tournament broken open on the closing wles." Even though playing it safe, Vliss Mann got a birdie four on PITCHING' RECORDS National League Pitching (7 decisions)—Veale, Pitt., 9-2, .818; Queen, Cin. 8-2, .800. Strikeouts..— Marichal, S.F., 123; Cuellar, Houst., 104. American League Pitching (7 decisions) — Horlen, €hic., 8-1, .889; McG-loth- lin, Calif., .7-1, .875; Sparma, Det., 7-1, .875. Strikeouts — Lonborg, Bost., 105; Peters, Ciiic., 100. ijiiiiiiiiniiiiiinniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiinnii "Fights a three under par 69. That gave her a 54-hole total of 207, nine under par and the four strokes ahead of Miss Creed who finished with a 73, one over par for the Clovernook Country Club's layout. Miss Creed's 54-hole to- lal was 211. Sandra Haynie, the defending Buckeye champion, went three over par Sunday with a 75 and j finished with an even par 21 for ( the 54 holes. place Diplomat Way and three other colts at Arlington, Furl . ... Sail had more than a little trod- Coaching Club American Oaks. hie in her attempt to sweep the Ernie Cardone took Quillo Triple Crown for 3-year-old Fit- Q ueen - °™ ed ^ M , anin lies at Aqueduct. son, over the 4 miles m 2:03 2- Furl Sail, who had won the! 5 for a mutuel P ayoff of $15 ' 60 ' Acorn and Mother Goose - the | & M and sieo first two legs of the triple - en j Muse was seven lengths back route to eight victories in 10 i in second, with Pepperwood 114 starts this year, faded in the j lengths further back for third. stretch as Quillo Queen came Furl Sail, owned by Mrs. E. K. roaring home in the $131,740 ' Thomas hung on for fourth. SOCCER Ilillllllilllltiiiia •-. .iil*B»lta8 National League -' Saturday b Results No gnmes scheduled Sunday's Results ,-• Oakland 2, Atlanta 0 Chicago 2, Philadelphia 0 Only games scheduled Today's Games No games scheduled United Association j Saturday's Results ••• No games scheduled -: Sunday's Results New York 2, Cleveland 1i Detroit 1, Dallas 0 Vancouver 2, Toronto 2, tit Boston !, Los Angeles l,f.lto Washington 0, San Francisco 0, tie : Chicago 4, Houston 2 ; Today's Games No games scheduled -. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS P I T C H I N G— Joe Niekro, Cubs, hurled a three-hitter for his first full route victory in the majors as Chicago blanked ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) Tommy Watson, 17-year* Kansas City youngster, won the Missouri State Amateur Golf • Don Lock, Pfiil- smacked six hits in eight ,. ri , ,, , , i ai-uats — including a homer in championship Sunday. 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Don't dcUs—ACT NOWI Lincoln Service, Dcpl. 2-3B Pckln, Illinois I am very much Interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (1) A list of U.S. Government positions snd salaries; (2) Information on how to qualify for a U.S. Government Job. Name Street . City .. .... Age , rlinne .. Stale <D3B) COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo, j (AP) — Wes Vanstrvoort of Co- j lorado Sprngs won the championship division Sunday in the annual Pikes Peak Auto Races. He drove his Chevrolet up the 14,110-foot mountain in 12:46.3. Mario Andretti, of Nazareth, Pa., a pre-race favorite, lost all chance when his car blew a front right tire. (7) and Griffin; S.innott, Cecil (6) and Smith. W—Sinnott (4-3). L-Anderson (2-22). HR-Amari to, Colebrt (18). BCC LADIES PLAY TUESDAY Blytheville Country Club's ladies invitational golf tournament will be played tomorrow. • -Tee-off time is ?-a.m, . Mrs. Sam.Black is general chairman. - Details are aviail- .ble from here (PO 3-7126.) TORONTO (AP) - John Horwick of Pittsburgh was the best U.S. entry in the Canadian 20- kilometer walking championship Saturday. He finished sixth to the winner, Felix Cappella of Midland, Ont. STOCKTON, Calif. -'Rollie Penaroya, 119, Stockton, out .pointed Mike Adams, 120, El Paso, Tex:, 10; Rafael Herrera 118, San Jose, Calif., .outpoint- ed Alex Rivera, 118, San Francisco, 10. WALPOLE, Mass. — Pat Sta pleton, 197, County Leeks, Ireland, stopped Barry O'Neill, 210, Providence, R.I., 8. TOKYO - Eigo Takagi, 117%, Japan, outpointed Arnulfo.Torre- villas, 116V4, Philippines, 10. AUCKLAND, New Zealand — Bobby Stininato, Youngstown, Ohio, stopped Peter Leaney, Australia, 2, heavyweights. LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Tony Alvaredo, 128%, Pasadena, Calif., outpointed Rene Macias, 128%, Los Angeles, 8. Portland, Maine - Norman Smith, 173, New York, stopped Pete Riccitelli, 173, Portland, 3. Las' Vegas,. Nev. --Freddie Little, 158%, outpointed Fred McWilliarn's, 157, Phoenix, Ariz. 10. HOUSTON - Manny Gonzalez, 148%, Houston, outpoinetd C.L. Lewis, 144%, Philadelphia, 10. San JOSE, Calif. - Placido Rodriguez, 127, Mexico City, and Alex Benitez, 128%, San Jose, drew, 10. MOSCOW (AP) - Irina| Press, one of the Soviet Union's \ greatest women track stars, has ' hurt her leg and may retre, it' was disclosed today by Tass, i the official Soviet News Agency \ NEW BREMEN, Ohio (AP) - I A.J. Foyt, the Indianapolis and : Le Mans winner, escaped injury j Sunday when his car blew a tie \ and struck a wall. Al Smith, j Dayton, Ohio, won the 30-lap j U.S. Auto Club sprint race in a j Vivian Buick Specal at an aver-1 age speed of 92.44 miles per hour. tied, for second Cleveland Open BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA ESTLI Tuesday, June 27 ADULTS $1 — CHILDREN SOc STARTING TIME —8:15 Tag Team Match 60 Minute Time Limit Best 2 Out of 3 Falls Tamayo Soto and The Great Yamaha — Vs.— Rowdy Red Roberts And Mario Galento First Match Mixed Boxing and Wrestling- Ten 3-Minute Rounds Buddy Chandler Vs. Bob Hamby BARBER ONLY ARKIE IN MONEY CLEVELAND (AP) - Miller Barber of TexarkanR ; Ark-, who place .in the Golf Tournament here Sunday, collected $10,091.75 with the 69-69-68-69275 that he carded over the 6,611-yard, apr-72 Aurora Country Club course. He was tied with Homero Blancas, who had a 71-65-67-72— 275. * * * Dick Crawford of El Dorado, Ark., finished out of the money with a 72-69-778-77-296. R. H. Sikes of Springdale, Ark., the defending champion, failed to make the cut Friday. 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