Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 21, 1968 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 21, 1968
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I Hff Ba§«b«ll juirr fxponi/on By DtcR dOUCH U AliawlhlWIl . «•*•»•**•»»••••••• By THE ASSOCIATE vm® W§dfi§sday's ftestillS Pittsburgh 2, CMeif&v A, I Houston 2, i3§tf6U 1 New York, N, 5, filttlflMfll. Twins Plan to Shoot th« Works MIAMf (AP) - Basebaii's major leagues have skirted ft head«ofi clash-"over expansion differences. Bui sparks could fly in the neat future If the Amerl* dan League splits down the mid* die while the National stands pat, Following a pair of no decl» sioii sessions on expansion be« fore and during an executive council meeting Wednesday, the two leagues announced they would meet separately next month to plot courses for the 1969 season. The American Leagues goes to 12 teams next year with the addition of Seattle and Kansas City franchises and reportedly favors a two-division set-up with a pennant playoff to determine its World Series representative. League President Joe Crontn denied that the two-division plan has been discussed formally, but said the matter would be on the agenda at an April 25 meeting in Chicago. An AL playoff could raise havoc with the final week of a 10-team National League race unless some scheduling balance can be agreed upon. Or unless the National League, which has voted to expand not later than 1970, makes its move next year to keep in step. If the National chooses not to expand and opposes the American division breakdown, Commissioner William D. Eckert would have to make a decision to break the stalemate. "I'll meet that one when it comes," he said after Wednesday's session. Before the executive council, composed of Eckert, Cronin, National League President Warren Giles, Los Angeles owner Walter O'Malley and Cleveland General Manager Gabe Paul, discussed various expansion problems common to both leagues, a three-man NL. expansion committee held a brief session. Giles described the meeting as an exploratory session aimed at drawing up guide lines for future expansion. He said the committee reached no decision Oakland G, Cincinnati 2 ' • - 8, Minn '- - ' N, 10, ORLANDO, Fla," (AP) When Minnesota acquired John Rosebpfo, Ron Perranqskl and v* New York, A, Citv City the M at "' " the twins were shooting works lor the 1968 pennant, the trade, Minnesota dealt Cincinnati vs, Minnesota at Tampa, Fla. Los Angeles vs. SU Louis at St. Petersburg, Pla, Philadelphia vs. Oakland at Clearwater, Fla, Pittsburgh vs» Washington at Fort Myers, Fla. Chicago, N, vs. California at Palm Springs, Calif, San Francisco vs. Cleveland at Phoenix, Ariz* Son of Famed Comedian Dies at 42 HO LLYWOOD (AP) Charles Chaplin Jr., who tried but couldn't follow in the famous footsteps of his comedian father, is dead at 42, A coroner reported he died Wednesday of a massive blood clot of a major blood vessel near the lungs, caused by thrombosis of the right leg. Death came only one day after Chaplin had returned to his Hollywood home from a hospital where he was treated for pneumonia, pleurisy and a broken ankle. His grandmother found the body in a bathroom. The actor never escaped from the shadow of his father, whose silent screen comedies still play in art theaters across the nation. But he said, in a way, he didn't want to escape. "I've never thought about changing my name permanently," he said once. "A person sho.uld be proud o.t his family namrj. I'm proud of mine." Chaplin was the son of Lita Grey, an actress who married the comedian in 1924 after they appeared in "The Gold Rush," in wliich Charlie Chaplin as a fought strumental when the Twins won the American League pennant In 1966, A hitting had ' been shopp tog 1W of Gt-lttith «tor the high on the owner Calvin Twins blew a o to go at Picks Dayton and Kansas and Bruins regarding the possibility of .ear- destitute Alaskan miner tf expansion. H^l^sla^Ws/pMtner over the privilege of eating an old leather boot. Charles Jr., who made a few low-budget movies in the 1950s, lost a movie part in 1953 when his father threatened legal action if the son portrayed him In a movie based on the life of actor Jackie Coogan. •: By TED MEIER ^Associated Press Sports Writer ': Dayton will beat Notre Dame ••and Kansas will defeat St. Peter's in the semifinals of the National Invitation Tourney to-night in New York as the cli- £mactic final weekend of the col- jlege basketball season gets un- \cder way. , >v : That is the opinion of the writer ty ""of Alaba'ma quarterback, |who has followed the fortunes of signed a two-year contract with ,rthe Flyers, the Fighting Irish, the Oakland Raiders of the tthe Jayhawks and the Peacocks .•"all season. Stabler of Tide Signs With Raiders BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Kenny Stabler, former Unlversl- League American Football Wednesday night. -. What about the return match Terms of the contract were /of UCLA and Houston in Los An- no j an nounce d but Stabler ap- 'vgeles Friday night in the sernlfl- p are ntly received a bonus. He ,fnals of the NCAA tournament was a^ drafted In baseball by Vor the national collegiate title? ;' Our pick is UCLA to turn the 'jtables on the unbeaten Cougars, tne Hous ton Astros of the Na tlonal r^ague and said earlier ne woul( j determine whether to £ who ended the Bruins' 47-game p i ay baseball or football by :winnlng streak In their Game of W hlch bidder offered him the i the Century last Jan. 20 in Hous rton. In the other NCAA semifinals ,?Friday, the selection Is North '»Carolina over Ohio State. This is the breakdown: NIT semifinals tonight. Day .„. contract. Stabler was Oakland's second- round draft choice and was se lected In the first round of the baseball draft by Houston, A who "We feel we strengthened two positions," said Cal Ermer, the manager who replaced Sam Mele last June 9. "I feel that Versalles will come back and have ft good year with the Dodgers but we helped ourself with a regular catcher to play every day and two good experienced hands in the bullpen. "1 am vary optimistic about our chances. We had a fantastic race last year but It might be even better this time. I can't see any one club breaking it wide open. We might go into late August or September with six or seven clubs still in it." Before you rush out to order World Series tickets for Metropolitan Stadium, heed the caution flag. The Twins do not have a regular shortstop. Third base Is a question mark. Jim Kaat's tender left elbow still is causing concern. Every time Ermer talks about one of the questionable spots on the Twins he says, "Well, Tovar can play it." Tho versatility of Cesar Tovar, who drew the only vote for Most Valuable Player honors that Carl Yastrzemski didn't get, is all-important to the Twins. At the moment it appears that Tovar may have to play short stop because Jack Hernandez the fine fielding shorstop from the California Angels' organization, isn't hitting. Rick Renick, another prospect has been handicapped by minor Injuries. If Hernandez finally wins the Job, vacated by Versalles, Tovar may wind up at third base where weak-hitting Ron Clark is holding forth until Rich Rollins completely recovers from surgery on his right knee. Rollins finally made his first appearance Sunday as a pinch hitter. Another potential Job tor handyman Tovar is center field. The Incumbent Ted Uhlaender normally gets off slowly and then comes on like gangbusters. Harmon Killebrew has settled down comfortably at first base. Rod Carew, the Rookie of the Year in 1967, is set at second. Bob Allison's fine comeback as a home run hitter and RBI man was a comforting development last year. Ermer has Rick Reese as a platoon man in left field for Allison. Uhlaender figures to be the center fielder although speedy Pat Kelly, brother of Leroy Kelly of football's Cleveland Browns, swings a good bat. Tony Oliva, of course, is the right fielder. Ollva, coming off is first sub .300 year, underwent surgery on his right knee during the off season. The batting champ of 1964 and 1965 is anxious to get back In the thick of the fight. Roseboro, veteran of many Dodger championship teams, is due to do the heavy work as No, •of Don May for Dayton is ex- fpected to be the difference. He '•has been the vital factor In Day* £ton's 12«game winning streak, -much as last year when he led £the Flyers to the championship : final of the NCAA tournament, £ Kansas over St. Peter's-the I coolness and floor generalship 9 of the slick passing Jo Jo White ^figures to overcome the fast- ';.breaklng Peacocks, who as. j'tounded everyone with a run* vaway 100*71 victory over Duke if iast Monday, •• NCAA semifinals Friday, * North Carolina over Ohio state J- The Tar Heels are out to re* f deem themselves for their de« 'Ifeat by Dayton in last year's i?" semis SAC} they don't intend to feet sid.eijiLC.ked by the Buck* f^yes, Larry Miller, Rusty ciark jand Charley Scott are too tough £» trio for the Bjg Ten champs, ! UCLA over Houston^- Lew A}* : ; ctndor isn't bptbered any more j by the eye trouble which ham* '•Spereij him Ja January When ^Houston woo by two points, EI* i vto Hayes, He.y$t9fl*§ J may , * catcher. The veteran left-handed passing whiz Zimmerman did most of the :-- - -•- gained the nickname wor |t j n 1957 with the help of ,• ton over Notre Dame-The play «snake" because of his running Russ j^p,,, style, Stabler led the Crimson ^^ remains a Tide to a 19»2-l record In two years as starting quarterback under Coach Paul Bryant, Masters Win Was Good for Gay Brewer Gay Brewer ., Fla, (AP) hopes to snap out tbe s<fecage4 sfaouJW «i4 w|iftto lipms §4v%Btage starts after a third, straight Pen- sacoja open Golf crown. The 36-year-okl Texan, wim less in his last 20 American starts on the pro tour, has been crying all the way to the bank since he won the Masters in a stirring duel with Bobby Nichols last April. "Winning the Masters was real good for me financially," Brewer said. "I've hear4 it's worth a half million or $ million dollars. I don't know. Winning that tournament pays off for a long time." But it doesn't guarantee future victories, and, prewer is quick to admit bis game could cola Country Club course. The par 72 layout has bean toughened since he fired a 61 in the third round a year ago on the way to his second consecutive championship here with a 27-un- der-pgr 72-hole total of 362. of his strongest chal- mt 21, WE CARE Super Right' Merits 1 AllGOOD BRAND SLICED Mb, Pkg, BACON SOAP LUX <5 U B<it* ______ .......... - WISCONSIN «N£H eu»to SHARP CHEESE ». 79C FRANKFURTERS"" 0 VK - PORK CHbPS .59. Chopped Steaks 10 £ 99 SOAP LUX 2 Bath Bars.. 35c POT ROAST S3?: question mark because he still is taking it easy with that tender elbow that he Injured In the nexWo» last game of last season at Boston, Ermer is letting him ta*e his own time, confident he will be ready to start bearing down by opening day, With Kaat and Jim Merritt for left-handers and Dean Chance, Dave Boswell and Jim Perry for righthanders, the Twins have a formidable staff, Perranoski, the southpaw master of the Dodgers' pennant teams and Miller, his righUhanded partner, join worthlngton on relief. Of several pitchers competing for the two open jobs, the best seem to & Ron .ib. 49C . ^^ ** CORNY DOGS '.!';39c Super Right Quanlty Aged Heavy Beef _ . 7 Bone Roast ^55(5 Super Right Quanity Heavy Beef Ground Chuck 3 m. 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