Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 14, 1968 · Page 4
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Rookies in Bostboll Sophisticated >' fey JACK fiANt) Press sports Writer VOftK (AP) - the hunt by a rookie with a seek and a lighted lamp long sln<se disappeared from baseball training camps, sophisticated rookie of 1968 drive up in a sports, car, pik Up his copy of the Wall Street Journal afld head for the pooh 'fhe Contrast between the present way of life In camp Is ju'st as shocking as the change between the manner of every* d*? living In the not*so«gay '90s and the Jet age, Reichler, a former As« Press sports writer and public relations man for Commissioner William Eekert, dug through his records to provide some interesting tnforma- tlcrn about the old days. His research was prompted by a re- ceht announcement that big league ball players will get $40 weekly expense money, in addition to room and board, while in drmp, ifiack In 1892 when the National League was a 12-team league, $40,00 was more than enough to cover a player's total expenses fot'an entire training season. The files show the 1892 Phillies, managed by Harry Wright, needed 40 hours by train to reach their Gainesville, Fla. camp. The round trip tickets for the 14 athletes cost $404.60. Wright also got $200 for expenses. Breakfast at the Richmond railroad station for the entire club cost $10.50 for 14 people at 75 cents each. Lunch and supper at a restaurant cost 50 cents each for eachplayer. Once in camp, the room and board at the Gainesville Hotel cost $10.00 a week a man, The tab for the 16 players, including two who joined them at the camp, came to $325.64. That did not include the bills for two players' wives. Wright picked up a little cash in exhibition games. The take from a March 10 game was $17.50. An exhibition with John Montgomery Ward's Brooklyn Bridegrooms from nearby Ocala, Fla., produced $30.80, plus $14.00 for grandstand seats. However, the groundskeeper cost 55 cents. J & faf ,J$? r ' On the trip home, after an s.o.s. to the home, office for $350 extra cash, an exhibition game with the New York Giants in Richmond brought in $219.25 but Soggy Course for Opening at Phoenix PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) Jack Nicklaus and a number of the pro golf tour's longer hitters put:their muscles to good useto- daj in the pro-am kickoff of (he $100,000 Phoenix Open over a soggy Phoenix Country Club course. The 6-765-yard, par 71 course has been hit by five days of intermittent rain. This, coupled with a new fairway carpet of rye grass, put a premium on power. The Phoenix Open, at the $100,000 figure for the first time this year, has lost only one day to rain in recent years. Tom Weiskopf, who found out last weekend that winning could be fun by capturing the $30,000 top money in the Andy Williams San Diego Open, is another one of the longer hitters rated a good chance to cart home the $20,000 winner's purse here. Defending Phoeix Open titlist Julius Boros, fourth best money on the tour lasy year, been having his troubles winter, But he always plays at the Phoenix CC, her top names here are PGA champion Don January, Frank Beard, Bob Goajby, Dan Sty#s, Al Qelberger, Doug San- defs, George Archer, Dave Maf r and Gardner Dickinson. Advertising cost $20,00. a Hesns* |3,00, rent $5,00 and lolls $1,90, Each eitifj collected$91,67, At the end of the trip, Wright returned $103,51 to the treasuf* «I» John I. Rogers, Gate fe» celpts had been $662,09 plus $573,20 In cash from sources un« *?°» w » n ,'* fou3 e *P«nses r«n to $1,131,78 so the month's trip cost the Club $469,69, Relfihler pointed out it win ftifi somewhat higher this year, ine average spring training e*« 1967 was $105,000, average Income from the gate $$0,000, *??ooo! ft * nel e * pens<i of Porks Sign 16 Gridders, 4 in Texas FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -The University of Arkansas signed 16 high school football players Tuesday Including four from Texas, to letters of intent, These were the first reported by Arkansas on the first day of signing, which Coach Frank Broyles said was the most successful he had ever had In Arkansas. The signers are John Carroll, Spring Wood, Tex., tackle; Harvey Chapman, Odessa Central; Larry Pipkin, end, Midland, Tex.; Phil Jones, center, Houston Smiley, Tex.; Gus Rusher, quarterback, Brlnkley; Mike Riley, tailback, North Little Rock; Ray Palmer, punter, Clarendon; Ricky Platt, Bade, Batesville, Walter Nelson, quarterback, Little Rock Hall; Tim Tolliver, tackle Little Rock Hall; Steve Hockersmlth, tailback, Little Rock Hall; Dennis Janes, tackle-linebacker, Little Rock Hall; Mike Saint, Tailback, Texarkana, Ark.; Roy Fears, end, Springdale; Mike Strickland, tackle, Springdale; and Russell Hall, linebacker, Fayetteville. Several Baseball Trades Made By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants as well as the Chicago White Sox and Washington Senators came up with trades in major league baseball Tuesday, with the start mi (MR) §w SOLUNAR TABLES By RICHARP ALDEN KNIGHT The schedule of Solunsr Periods, as printed below, has been fc&eR from PJchard AlderjKwght's SOLUNAR TAP L£S, Plan yo«r days so that you will be fishing in good territory or huflUng is go«J coyer during these tiroes, U you wpsh to lind the t)est sport that each day has to offer. The Major Perfajs are shown in boldface type. These be* gi« at the times shown atri last for an tour and a ball or two hours thereafter. The Minor Perjols, shown in regular type, gre oj somewhat shorter duration. Use Central Standard time. A.M. P.M. P^te Pay A§nor 4LUOR ASnor &WJOR Feb. H 15 16 17 18 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 5:50 7:05 8:20 9:35 10:50 11:45 12:30 12:50 1:35 2:20 7:15 7:45 8:15 8:40 9:10 12:30 1:15 2:00 2:45 Television Schedule 6:00(Col8f) Wltfftfc 6WHHCS ?:30(Colof) SECOND HUNDRED Y8AHS 8:00(Color) VBDHESDAY MIGHT HtVtE "th* jttlltri" U< Marvin, Angle btcklnlon 10;00(C6lor) tO O'CLOCK REPORT THE BIO MOVIE "The Cond«ten«d ot Alton*" Soph I* Loten, SINK orr r 15 'U:30 AM 7s 00 ?'.2S ft 30 8. '00 8s 25 8; 30 95 GO 9s 25 9s 30 10:00 10S30 lliOO 11:30 11:55 12:00 Ifi30 (C) (C) weeks away. The Dodgers traded second baseman Ron Hunt and utility infielder Nate Oliver to the Giants for catcher Tom Haller and a minor league player to be named later. The White Sox traded shortstop Ron Hansen, pitchers Dennis Higgins and Steve Jones to the Senators for second baseman Tim Cullen and pitcher Bob Prlddy and Buster Narum. Bob Gibson, who pitched the St. Louis Cardinals to the 1967 world championship with three victories over the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, signed with the Cards for an undisclosed salary, believed to be around $80,000. And voters of Seattle and King County, Washington, apparently approved In Tuesday's special election construction of a $40 million domed, multipurpose stadium, thus validating the American League franchise awarded to Seattle for the 1969 season. "Seattle's taking its place in the major leagues is a victory for the entire community," said Max Soriano, president of Pacific Northwest Sports, Olympics Bars German Girl GRENOBLE, France (AP) Heidi Biebl Schrnid of West Germany couldn't enter the finish ski area of the ladies' slalom at the Winter Olympics Tuesday, even though she won a gold medal at the 1960 Winter Games and placed fourth in the 1964 Games, French police said she didn't have the proper docu» ments despite the fact she is re. porting the Games for a Cologne newspaper, 61^5 AM TEST PATTERN 7JOO (COLO*) BOZO'S BIO TOP SMCW >8i30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEAtRE "the Story Of Eat*r CooUllo" Joan Crawford, Roasano Bra«ti 10s30 HOW'S TOUR MOTHER-IN-UW 11:00 BEWITCHED 11:30 (COLOR) TREASURE ISLE 12:00 N THE FUGITIVE 1:00 (COLOR) NEWLYWED GAME 1:30 (COLOR) THE BABT GAME 1:55 (COLOR) THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00 (COLOR) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30 (COLOR) DARK SHADOWS 3:00 (COLOR) DATING GAME •J: 30 DIALING FCR DOLLARS THEATRE "Monster That Challenged the World? Tim Holt,Hans Conreld 5:00 (COLOR) ABC NEWS 5:30 (COLOR) 5:30 REPORT 6:00 RIFLEMAN 6:30 (COLOR) WINTER OLIMPICS 7:30 (COLCR) BEWITCHED 8:00 (COLOR) THAT GIRL •8:30 (COLOR) PETTON PLACE 9:00 (COLOR) COWBOY IN AHIICA 10:00 (COLOR) THE 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30 (COLCR) OLYMPICS WRAPUP <-10:/»5 (COLOR) JOEY BISHOP 12:00 M SINE OFF Is 1: 2: 2: 3: 4: s 00 :30 :00 :30 :00 :30 5jOO 5:30 6:00 6(30 7t30 9 i 00 1Q«00 10(15 10t30 12iOO wtth Bob Bulce (G) Mottilhg Devotions (C) tfic Today Show >3C (C) Arkansas Kcus and Wcnc.'.cr the today Show XDC (C) the toddy Shot- XBG (C) Arkansas Stew* and Weather fhu today Show KBC. (C) 3nHp Judgc;s*nt X'BC (C) M*ney DleKeraon with the Xewa (k>ne en t ration N'BC (C) Personality NBC (C) the Hollywood Squares N'BC Jeopardy MfC (C) Eyo Guess KfiC (C) Edwin Newman with the News Little Rock today (C) tdt's Make a Deal NBC (C) Days Of Our Lives NBC (C) the Doctors NBC (C) Another World NBC (C) You Don't Say NBC (C) the Mike Douglas Show (C) 1 Love Lucy the Saxapione" P troop "Bye Bye Baloon" (C) Huntley Brlnkley Report STiC News and Weather Report (C) DANIEL BOONE - C IRONSIDE - C DRACW? 1968 - C DEAi 'ARTIN - C NEWSCOPE - DAVE MCCLELLAND VERN ST1E«*MAN - C AL GORDON ON SPORTS THE TONIGHT SHOW - C EVENING DEVOTIONAL - C KATV VEPKgSDAY. FEBRUARY U 6:30 7:30 8:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 10:45 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:00 10:25 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:00 1;30 KAR LITfLI «O«« Wednesday, February 14 6:30 The Virginian NBC (C) 8:00 Kraft Music Hall NBC (C) 9:00 1st Annual Academy of Prof. Sport's Awards NBC 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnie Gibbons Sports Show 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign Off Thursday, February 15 6:45 RFD with Bob Buice (C) 6:55 Morning Devotions (C) 7:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 7:25 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 7:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:25 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 8:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 9:00 Snap Judgement NBC (C) 9:30 Concentration NBC (C) 10:00 Personality NBC (C) 10;30 The Hollywood Squares NBC (C) 11:00 Jeopardy NBC (C) 11:30 Eye Guess NBC (C) 11; 55 Edvin Newiran with the News 12;00 Little Rock Today (C) 12:30 Let's Make A Deal NBC (C) 00 Days of Our Lives NBC (C) 30 The Doctors NBC (C) 00 Another World NBC (C) 30 You Don't Say NBC (C) 00 The Mike Douglas Show (C) 30 I Love Lucy "The Courtroom" 00 F Troop "Wilton the Kid",(C) 30 Huntley Brinkley Report NBC 00 News and Weather Report (C) 30 Daniel Boone NBC (C) 7;30 Ironside NBC (C) 8:30 Dragnet NBC (C) 9;QO The Dean Martin Show NBC (C 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10;15 Lonnie Gibbons Sports Show 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12;00 Sign Off TEWTH WINTER OLYMPICS - ABC Second Hundred Y«ar» - ABC V«dn*»day Night Movia - ABC "THE CONDEMNED OF AlTONA" Sophia l.oren, Maximilian Schell Robert Wagner, Fredrie March Ark.flnnn8 Neva and Weather (C) World News (C) Bud Campbell Spared (C) TENTH WINTER OLYMPIC REVIEW Joey Bishop Show .- ABC (C) THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15 Bozo',ft Big Top Comics (C) The Fugitive - ABC Donna Reed - ABC Temptation - ABC (C) ABC IfcwB - ABC (C) How '(-Your Mother-in-law - ABC Bewitched - ABC Treasure Isle - ABC (C) The (toon Show - tive (C) Newl^rwcd Came - ABC (C) Thf Bj»by pame - ABC (C) 2:30 3:00 3:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:20 b:30 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 10:45 11:15 , ABC (C) tradovs - ABC (C) Came - ABC (C) Big Tap Comics - Live Bob 1$uni? Evening News - ABC Truth, or Consequences (C) Arkansas New* and Weather (C) 'World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) TENTH WINTER OLYMPICS - ABC (C) (Women's Giant Slalom, 4 -Man Bobsled, Hockey, U.S. va East Germany ----Bewitched - ABC (C) That Girl - ABC (C) Peyton Place - ABC (C) Rat Patrol - ABC (C) Felony Squad - ABC (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) World New» (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) TENTH WINTER OLYMPIC REVIEW Arkansas Sportsman - (C) Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) LITTLE A CM AllttK ROCK WEDNESDAY. FEB. I: 1; 2; 2: 3; 4: 5; ti 6: 5»QO 5UO 6(00 6:15 6; 20 6; 25 6(30 7(30 8;00 8(30 9lOO 10} 00 10(10 10(15 10 s 30 10(35 12(05 t 36 C8S 6iOO ARKLA 6tl5 W«ftth«i*«8lll Mitchell Si 00 Pouhdup (C) 6iJO GijSUkfi'cin Sfcflft CBS (C) 8t 06 CSS fhupgddf Wight Mevid *f Wftftt to U*« w «Su**ft K ** - lOiOO lOflO Vowr CSS &ob & HI* Buddies ftftpEiiin 10OO 12105 12s 10 PPS&l f?«*s » 0«erg« Moor* tC) APlkL WentfteP- 8111 MU<jh«ii(C) spoft* s*« - Ch*nn«l 11 A "An*«i & the 0*11 Rusaali tftfr« Hews Roundup Sign Off 10 1 00 10 1 30 UiOO H»25 It i 30 temettt ttillbttlUs Andy Of my berry iHefc Van t^ka tove Of Life C6S Ntws/Bentl Search fot tomorrow Th*fttf« KSLA-TVQI2 WEDNKSOAY 6: JO Ldst In Space 7:30 He's Your Oog Ch«rtl« Bcowtt StOO Green Acre* 8 si 30 Perty Mftion 9i30 Family Affair 10»00 News/Erwln 10t25 WeAther/Griffin 10t30 Jonathan Winters Show lit 30 Sea Hunt I2t00 Weather/V«flp«r« THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15 6»25 Economics (Mon*Thur) 6t25 Across The Fence (Frl) Ui30 ItOO It 30 2 1 30 3iOO 3«30 4 i 00 5«00 5t30 6 1 00 6«25 6i30 8 i 00 lOiOO 10.25 I0i30 12 > 00 A» thft Wortcf turns Leva t* A Many thing Ho\i*i to ttU th« tmth Edge of Sfl|ht Secret Storm GlUlgfln'9 tuland R*vhid« McMaleU W«vy CBS NiWCronklte M«w*/Cv«n Ctmnrron Strip CBS Thursday Night Mbvi« "I Want to Llv*, 1 ' Sugan Hnyward, th«odor« Btk«i Naws/Erwln the Ute MovU "lea Palace,", Richard Burton, Robart Ryan WcatharAaapara Perry Mason "Deadly Toy" McHalo'B Navy "Wacky Wao" CBS Evening News (C) ARKLA Neva-George Moore (C ) Safeway Weather-Bill Mitchell Sporta Camera - Jim Land era Late News Roundup (C) Lost In Space CBS (C) He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown Oreen Acres CBS (C) He & she CBS (C) The Jonathan Winters Show CBS News - George Moore (C) AP&L Weather-Bill Mitchell (C) Sporto Bye • Jim Landers (C) Info «68 Channtl 11 Academy Theatre "Rogue's March" »Peter Luwford, Richard Greene, Janice Rule Late News Roundup Sign Qtt Monroe's Roily Fails for Bullets By GORDON BEARD Associated Press Sports Writer BALTIMORE (AP) - Earl "The Peart" Monroe, taking charge In the manner of Oscar Robertson, scored 56 points and rallied the Baltimore Bullets repeatedly Tuesday night before running out of miracles. With 27 seconds remaining in overtime, the Baltimore rookie missed a penalty free throw which would have tied the score and the Los Angeles Lakers won the National Basketball Association game 119-116. The muffed toul shot didn't take the lustre off Monroe's performance. The 6-foot-3 guard, bidding tor NBA Rookie of the Year honors, broke Wilt Chamberlln's Civic Center record of 51 points and topped by eight the Baltimore team record of 48 set by Walt Bellamy. He sank 20 of 33 shots frpm the floor., ' : h,'m.>r t ; Monroe poured in 37 points after Intermission, rallying the Bullets from 11, eight and five- point deficits. In the clutch, however, It was the Lakers' one-two scoring punch of Jerry West and Elgin Baylor which paid off, Baylor, who moved Into third place among the NBA's all-tlrne scorers with 32 points, tied the regulation game at 107-101 on two free throws with 22 seconds remaining. West, who scored 47 while playing seven minutes less than Monroe, made five points In the five-minute overtime, Two foul shots by Darrall Imhoffwith35 seconds left provided the victory margin. In other NBA contests Tuesday, Boston beat Detroit 119-116 In overtime, Chicago topped San Diego 114-102, St. Louis beat Cincinnati 123-111 and Philadelphia turned back San Francisco 112-105. In the ABA, Pittsburgh beat New Jersey 118-114, Indiana took Oakland 120-109 and Kentucky overhauled Anaheim 104- 100. Sam Jones led the victorious Celtics with 31 points, Eddie Miles had 29 for the Pistons, (t was Detroit's fourth straight defeat. Clem Hasklns' 28 points led the Bulls' to a victory that gavo them a one-game lead over Seattle In the fight tor fourth place In the Western Division. s {^ Tu««tfly7Thfli'Cubgino'w Dave Gambee had 25 for San fclvo 36 out of 39 playors under Two Return Cub Contracts CHICAGO (AP) - Outfielder Atlotto Phillips and infiotd«r Ue Ella returned their signed con* tracts to the Chicago Cubs to- Pltchor Joe Niokro, who posted 10-7 as a rookie last Diego. Lou Hudson scored 28 points tor the Hawks and Jerry Lucas contract. Phillip* batted ,208 with 17 ho- mars and 70 runs batted in. Ella had 23 for Cincinnati in a game n u .257 w lot games for Taco- playcd at Syracuse. ma. In a game at Oakland, Phi in deiphla handed San Dranclsco Us third straight loss as the Warriors fell into a virtual second-place tie with Los Angeles In the Western Division. 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