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HOP! STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS tucidoy, June 20, Homers Play ParfasKC Downs Yanks By ED WILKS Associated P r c s s Sports Wifcr Knnsas City mnde Ihmk I!;m-i cr's dclnil as m.magiT a success with a 4-.'J victory over the N<".v ] York Yankci-f Monday nivhl.l coming from behind on eonsccu-' live ninth-inning home runs by j Norm Siohnrn and pinchhilU'r' Wcs Covington. i The only other g;imc scheduled I in the American Li-aiun 1 . Cleve-1 land at Chicago, was valued out. I That left runner-up Cleveland ;i, half-game behind Detroit as the third place Yankees dropped t'u games behind the Tigers. No games were scheduled in Uic National League, where Cincinnati has won five in a row for a l'/2 game lead — the biy^esl bulge any NL leader ha;- had in : three weeks. Bauer, 38. taking over after .Joe Gordon was fired in a surprise move by A's owner Charles Finley, was backed by a couple of ex-Yanks and picked the right j man at the right time for Kansas i City's third victory in nine games , with New York. j Siebern, like Bauer a one-time : Yankee outfielder, collected Iwlf j of the A's fix hits. He drove in '] their first run with a fourth-in-1 ning single, then singled and' scored their second run in the' seventh on o triple by ex-Yank' Dcron Johnson before finally' chasing starter Roland Sheldon with his ninth home run in thu ninth. The homer squared it 3-ull. and Yankee Manager Ralph Hunk brought in relief ace Luis Arroyo, a left-hander. Bauer met the challenge by picking Covington, a left handed hitter, and \Veir walloped his fifth homer, it was little Luis' third defeat, second by the A's. Jim Archer, a stubby southpaw/ won his third in a row with a seven-hitter. He gave up a pair of solo homers. Bill Skowron'.s 14th in the fourth, and Roger Mans' 25th, in the ninth, while beating New York a second time. Archer, now 5-1, is the only lefty to pitch Schedule for Local Games Here are the games scheduled this week Tuesday: Lions vs Colcinaii Midwest vs. CBC Owens vs Pop Kola Thursday: Nashville 3 vs Hope I, there Hope 'i vs Nashville 4, there Friday: Braves vs Yankees Owens vs Midwest I'op Kola vs Coleman CUC v.s Lions Tokyo Games Scheduled for Oct. 9 ATHENS, Greece (AIM _ The International Olympic Committee Hope M Star SPORTS Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK CAP) -Here is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Maumelle: Clear and normal. All fidling fair on all bait. Lake Ouachita: Water conditions good. Black bass fair on artificial and live bait. Grapple fair on live bait. Bream good on worms. Lake Conway: Clear and normal. Bream good on crickets and today approved the dates for the worms. Bass and erappie fair on I!)ii4 summer Olympic Games in live bait. Tokyo—starting Oct. 9 or Oct. 10 and ending Oct. 25. The winter games will be held in Innsbruck. Austria, from Jan. 'Id to Feb. !). The reason for uncertainty on the exact starting date of the Tokyo Olympic is that the sum- for the first lime, full day of rest iol- mer games, will have a lowing opening day ceremonies. Originally the Japanese proposed that the games open Oct. It. Monday the IOC ruled there should be a day of rest. IOC Chancellor Otto Mayer said the Tokyo opening ceremony would be Oct. <J or 10. The next day would be a day of rest. The actual competitions will start on the third day— either Oct.. 11 or 12. There will be no rest period after the winter Olympics opening day. | Mayor said the program of the ; winter Olympics had been approved without too much discus- ;sion but that many questions re- .mained to lie settled about the i Tokyo games. j He said the ! program would Lake Hamilton: Clear a-nd high- Black bass fair on artificial bait. Crappie fair on live bait. Bream good on crickets and worms. Lake Grecsoii: Water conditions normal. Bass fair on artificial bait. Lake Bull Shoals: Water falling Lookouts to Share the Loop Lead By VERNON BUTLER As s ociated Prt*s Sports Writtr CHntanooga, so proud all sea son of its classy collection of Southern Association rookies, had to share the league lead as well as rookie honors today with the Birmingham Barons. Four Birmingham recruits winter Olympics be the same as the ismo program at Squad Valley, Calif,, plus competitions in bobsleds and toboggan). luges (a onn-man slightly. Bass fair on lures. played major roles Monday night in saddling the young Lookouts with a throe-game losing streak for the first time in 19Gt. The Barons, led by Johnny Scale, John Sullivan, Purn Goldy and Narm Manning, routed Chattanoga 10-2 and climbed into a tie for first Lake Norfork: Water clear. Bass fair on artificial bait. Crappie fair on willow limb line. Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial bail. Bream fair on crickets and worms. survace j place with the Lookouts. The aggressive Macon Peaches, Whtn to Fish or Hunt Solunar Tables By JoHn Alden Knight National Leag Expa ue nsion CHICAGO (AP) A National Tbe Kbeduie ol Solunar period (U printed below, has been take* from John Alden Knight's Soluna Tables. Plan your days so tha jruu will be fisning in good tern lory or bunting in good cover dur •I these times, if you wish ti Qnd the best sport that eacn da: to to offer. Tb* Major periods arc shown h Iwld face type. These begin at th< •imt shown and last for an hou tod • ball or two hour:, tliun. liter. The minor Periods, sbowt to regular type, are of somewHs •boner duration. MlMf Me)" Minor Ma|» AJM. P.M 10:40 4:30 11:05 4:50 11:20 5:10 11:50 5:35 . 5:55 12:05 6:20 12:33 6:45 12:55 7:10 . 1:25..7:35 1:45 8:00 . 2:15 8:30 2:40 8:55 | League expansion committee met i Monday to discuss plans on stock- i ing the New York Mets and Hous- jton Colts with player talent but i reached no conclusion, it was | learned today. The committee of five general Manager Is Against Big Bonuses PHILADELPHIA (AP) — General Manager John Quinn of the Philadelphia Phillies says major league baseball is commiting suicide with payments of huge bonuses to youngsters fresh out of-, . ,. high school. As a solution, he sug-l^ ccit . th ? B;a '°" s as gests a free agent Quinn indicated draft, the Phillies blanked for eight innings by Nash- ville's'Oscar Chiniquc, rallied in the ninth for a 3-2 victory. Atlanta, Shreveport, Little Rock and Mobile were rained out. It was Shrcvcport's fifth straight day of washouts Scale hurled his ninth victory for Birmingham, and eight-hitter which saw the young left-hander from Colorado blank the Lookouts after the first inning. Sullivan, Baron catcher, clouted a homer, double and single. Outfielder Goldy, pushing for the league batting lead, powered two triples and drove in three runs. Shortstop Manning sparkled defensively and added a single and a double to Birmingham's 14-hit assault on thro Chattanoga pitchers, Starter Al Neiger, who week in the loss, managers plans to get together Tues. . Wed. . Thurs. Fri. . . Sat. . . Sun. . . i again some time this week in or- jcler to adopt a blueprint in time I to present it to league presidents at a meeting of the National | League in Chicago Monday. | Attending the meeting were 'Buzzy Bavasi of Los Angeles, 'Bing Devine of St. Louis, John JMcHalc of Milwaukee, Chub Fee- i ney of San Francisco and John j Quinii of Philadelphia. ; Also at the meeting was league i President Warren Giles, who said ; there would be no announcements. might sponsor legislation for such a draft when the major leagues hold their annual meetings late this month. "The whole situation has gotten out of hand," Quinn said Monday. "We thought we had solved the problem with the rule that made any first-year player not brought up to the big league club eligible for the dratt after bis first season. But that obviously hasn't had any appreciable effect. "The quicker we get around to adopting a draft such as pro fot- ball uses, the better it will be for baseball." Under tho draft system, names of all the outstanding major league prospects graduating from high school would be placed into a hopper and clubs would take turns selecting with the last place club in each league getting first pick. The other clubs would follow in reverse order according to their finish the season before. Birmingham, absorbed a complete game against the Yankees this season, and he has done it twice. his fourth' against five victories. Birmingham has won five in a row and eight of its last 10 games in the drive to the lop of the standings. An error by Nashville Manager Spencer Robbing permitted Macon's winning run to score, George Holder's single with the bases loaded drove in two runs and erased a 2-0 Nashville lead in tho bottom of the ninth. Holder took loo wide a turn at first base and. was caught in a rundown, but the winning run crossed the plate as first baseman Bobbins dropped the ball when lagged Holder. The Phillies, who in past years have signed several bonus play crs, haven't cfoiw much this year in handing out huge sums money. Magnolia Tennis Ace Eliminated TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Bizz Sheshunoff of Magnolia, Ark., was defeated in second round play of the Southeastern Junior Invitational tennis tournament Monlay by top-seeded Bob Hardeastlc of Atlanta. Asked if this meant an economy move, Quinn said it didn't and explained: "We have been inter- cstcd in most of the players that Hardcastel took a 6-2, G-4 deeis- of; ion and advanced to the semifinals. have been sisncd for big money'other clubs did.' this spring but our scouts didn't think thy were worth what the Everytime I turn around I see more of 'em METEOR 600 2-DOOR SEDAN Nalcli, O'Reilly, our Big Drive is on! MERCURY! COMET! COMET 2-OOQR SCOiN Mercury fever h;t.-- i.:i !<,.•. .<.! < /ur deals and Mercury'd traditio:..-.! '.'.:'.•:<• arc th>; reasons. 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