The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan on May 6, 1971 · Page 23
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The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan · Page 23

Port Huron, Michigan
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Thursday, May 6, 1971
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uQl I rowings Completed Thursday, May 6, 1971 THE TIMES HERALD PAGE 3, SECTION C For Area baseball coaches will spend the next few weeks with more than just winning league ames on their minds. At least those with fairly good teams will. For the coaches will be thinking ahead to tournament time. This is. of course, the premier year for the high school state tourney, and, as in basketball, anyone has a chance to become state champs. So now is the time for the coaches to prepare for the Pre-District games, which begin anywhere from May 17-28, and for District play, slated to start May 29. The first drawing was held this week for the various district pairings, and the eight area sites were thus determined. The two localized schools, Port Huron High and Port Huron Northern, are competing in the same district (at Mt. Clemens), and surprise, surprise! They will not be facing each other as they seem to have a habit of doing in basketball. Northern drew a first-round bye, but the Reds tangle with South Lake May 19 at the lat-ter's home field. The Reds are having one of their poorer baseball seasons in a while, and are not expected to stir up much of a storm. Northern, however, is undefeated in the Eastern Michigan League, and may be heard from. How far they go is hard to tell, since they really do not have an overpowering team. In Class B, Richmond and Essexville-Garber are host to many area teams... Richmond is 8-1 in the Southern Thumb Association, and will probably be a team to watch in their own district. Algonac is down this year with few boys out for the team, but has a 3-2 St. Clair Area League record, as does Marysville. They could be tough. But Anchor Bay is also in this district, and they are Hiller Through For DETROIT (AP) - Detroit Tiger relief pitcher John Hiller, who suffered a heart attack in January, has undergone surgery and will not attempt a comeback later this season, the team said Tuesday. Hiller, a Canadian southpaw who lives in Duluth, Minn., has been on the voluntary retired list since the opening of the season. He "has had surgery in for your This week, marks our first year of business here in Port Huron and we'd like to "thank you" for your patronage and patience with us during these months of getting settled. We've expanded lines and stocks to give you a better and wider selection of the finest materials for building and home improvement. GCffeOCD PHONE 3950 PINE GROVE, NORTHGATE High on top of the SCAL heap. St. Clair, second in the league, is also in the district. So it should be a real dogfight. A host of Greater Thumb Conference, Thumb B Conference, and a SCAL team (Cros-Lex) are in the Essexville district. Laker leads the TBC. but a squatty fireballer from Cass City (Rob Alexander) could lead the Red Hawks to district victory. Rumors have it that Alexander is one of the top pitchers in the state. Millington is undefeated in the GTC, and boasts another top pitcher, Bill Prusi, who has yet to yield an earned run in five games this season. Three Class C districts are at Capac, Yale, and Decker- . Cros-Lex's Kurt Nunn is well out in front low hurdles in :22.0. Cros-Lex won the relays at the finale of the high hurdles event in the with lll2 points, while Harbor Beach ended Cros-Lex Relays Tuesday. Nunn won with a second with 39. time of : 15.2, and also finished first in the volving his smalf'ijjtestine designed to reduce his blood cholesterol whiclt-doctors believe will decrease the possibility of future heart trouble," the club said. The surgery was performed at the University of Minnesota Hospital and Hiller will recuperate at his home, it added. "He will not attempt to rejoin the Tigers this season. There will be a re-evaluation of his case in early January 1972." MM patronage. YU 5-61 01 SS School Districts ville with not one being particularly strong. Capac is the best of the area teams in their own district. The Chiefs are 7-2 overall this year. Almont, Armada, and New Haven are so-so, hot-and-cold teams. But Armada's seniors should help the Tigers return to earlier top form once they return from a senior trip. The two Class D sites, Sebewaing and Port Austin, have just five teams in each district. Port Austin should win their own district, while Dryden will offer some resistance at Sebewaing. The tourney games, and their dates, are listed below, by classes: QUALIFYING ROUND (May 17-17) CLASS A Mt. Clement District Port Huron at South Lake (May 19) PH Northern, bye There's 'Nunn' Left To Year Although Hiller suffered the mild attack in January it was not revealed until late Febru-a r y after spring training opened. The Tigers also announced Tuesday that Mike Kilkenny, another Canadian southpaw hurler, has been given medical approval to work out. Sports On TV FRIDAY 6:15 p.m. Sports Week Channel 8. ! 8:30 p.m. Red Fisher, Stu Prichard i talks about fishing trip to northern j Saskatchewan Channel 9. SATURDAY 11:30 a.m. Outdoor Sportsman Chan-; nel 10. j 12:00 noon Tee to Green Chan-! nel 10. 1:00 p.m. Tiger Talk Channels 2, 5. 1:00 p.m. NBC Maor League Baseball, St. Louis Cardinals at New York Mets Channels 4, 10, 12. 1:15 p.m. Tiger Baseball, Kansas City Royals at Detroit Channels 2, 5. 3:00 p.m. Byron Nelson Golf Classic, third round of play from Preston Trail Golf Club, Dallas, Tex. (final round Sunday) Channel 7. 3:30 p.m. Sports Week Channel 10. 4:00 p.m. Wide World of Sports, world middleweight championship fight, Nino Benvenuti vs. Carlos Mon-zon, live via satellite from Anonte CarloChannels 7, 12. 5:30 p.m. Championship Bowling, Nelson Burton Jr. vs. Harry Smith Channel 7. 6:00 p.m. Celebrity Bowling, Bob Newhart and Ann Elder vs. Robert Lansing and James Farantlno Channle 7. 6:30 p.m. Michigan Sportsman, "Worms, Real and Otherwise" Channel 7. 7:00 p.m. Michigan Outdoors Channel 4. 7:00 p.m. North American Soccer League, Montreal at St. Louis Channels 9, 10. SUNDAY 12:30 p.m. Sports Challenge Channel 2. 1:00 p.m. Stanley Cup Hockey Finals (Montreal vs. Chicago) Channels 2, 10. 3:30 p.m. National Gymnastics Championships at Cedar Rapids, la. Channel 2. 3:30 p.m. Byron Nelson Golf Classic, final round at Dallas. Tex. Channel 7. 4:30 p.m. Beat the Champ, bowling-Channel 4. 6:00 p.m. Michigan Otudoors Channel 5. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m. Expo Baseball, St. Louis at Montreal Channel 10. 10:30 p.m. NFL Action, highlights from past season Channels 7, 12. FRIDAY, MAY 14 6:15 p.m. Sports Week Channel 8. 6:30 p.m. Tiger Baseball, Detroit at Washington Channels 2, 5. 8:30 p.m. Red Fisher, baseball great Ted Williams discusses duck hunting and upland game In northern SaskatchewanChannel 9. Packers' Starr Testing Arm GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -The Bart Starr throwing arm, as painful to opponents as it has been to the ace quarterback, is being tested ahead of schedule, the Green Bay Packers reported Tuesday. TheNatlonal Football League veteran has been troubled for three seasons with muscle troubles, has undergone special exercises, and now is testing the arm's tossing talents although practice wasn't to begin until June 1. 'Tm encouraged," Starr, 37, said about the workouts which began Saturday. "It sure felt great to throw the ball and not experience any pain." Packer trainer Dominic Gentile, whom Starr described as the arm's chief nursemaid, said his patient had avoided any serious throwing since the club's final game Dec. 20 against Detroit. CLASS B Richmond District St. Clair at Lutheran Eoit Marine City at Utica Etsenhonver Anchor Bay, Morysvllte. Richmond, Algonoc, Chippewa Valley all drew byes Essexville-Cartw District Sag. Buena Vista at Horbor Beach Bad Axe at Caro Fronkenmuth at Sag. Carrollton Essexville-Garber at Sandusky Vassar at Cass City Marlette at Laker Millington at Sog. Elsenhower CLASS C Capac District Ferndale St. James at Capac (May 21) New Haven, Almont, and Armoda all drew byes Deckerville District North Branch, Deckerville, Ubly, and Brown City drew byes Vale District Memphis, Yale, and PH Catholic all drew byes CLASS D Pert Austin District Port Austin, MC Holy Cross, Peck, Port Hope, and Carsonvllle all drew byes Sebewoina District Dryden, and Kingston both drew byes PRE-DISTRICT ROUND (May ) CLASS A Mt. Clemens District L'Anse Creuse at winner of Port Huron-South Lake game PH Northern at Cllntondale Beat wmmmmmmmm 5!i Wire-Tapper Marine City, which finished second in Class B to Royal Oak Shrine in the Anchor Bay Relays Tuesday, managed to finish first in the mile relay event, and Todd Genshaw (above) shows his anchoring final form in crossing the tape. The relay team is composed of Lyle Osterland, Bob Lipa, and Genshaw. Local Bowlers Classy In State Competition Port Huron bowlers are showing how it's really done in the State Bowling Tourney being held in Monroe. Five of the top six team totals from the area were turned in by Port Huroners, some of whim then went on to dominate the singlts and doubles competition. Two teams were able to vault over the 3,000 pin mark. Cliff Lane led with a 3043 total. Team members are Dwight French, John, Steve, and Anthony Weber, and Jerry Mro-zek. Chalking up a 3,002 pin 'oral was Kirtzman's, a Sandusky team composed of Jack Carson, Robert Jarchow, Charles Babcock, Morley Stone, and Ralph Ball. Other leading teams were Duda Five (2922), Port Huron Paper No. 1 (2944), Algonquin Restar (2974), and Lucky Bar B-Q (2934). Top doubles team was the Donald Tallmadg-Don Pel-kner team from Sandusky. The pair teamed for a 1359 total, by far the best. Other top teams were the Dwight French-Anthony Weber combo (1308), the Steve Weber-Ted Duda duo (1274), and the Donald Corey-Harold CLASS B Richmond District Richmond at Marysville St. Clalr-Luth. East winner at Alaonoc Chip. Valley at winner of U. Eisenhower-Marine City game Anchor Bay at Romeo-Harper Woods winner Essexvillt-Garber District Buena Vista-Harbor Beach winner ot Cros-Lex Frankenmuth-Sog. Carrollton winner at Caro-Bad Axe winner Coss City-Vassar winner at Sandusky-Essexvtlie winner Millinglon-Sag. Eisenhower winner at Laker-Marlette winner CLASS C Capac District Almont at New Haven Det. Country Day at Capoc-Fern. St. Jomes winner Utica St. Lawrence at Armada Yale District Memphis at Yale Centerline St. Clement ot PH Catholic Deckerville District Akron-Fairgrove at North Branch Mayvllle at Deckerville Ubly at Brown City CLASS D Port Austin District St. Gertrude at MC Holy Cross Port Hope at Peck Port Austin and Carsonvllle drew byes Sebewaing District Unionvllle at Kingston Dryden, bye SEMI-FINAL AND FINALS CLASS A At Mt. Clemens High PH Northern-Cllntondale winner vs. third bracket ' winner (Includes Port Huron) 10 a.m. Winners meet at 1:30 p.m. CLASS B At Richmond First and second brocket winners meet at 10 a.m. Second and third bracket winners meet at 12:30 p.m. Finals at 3 p.m. At Essexville-Garber First and Second winners meet at 10 a.m. Second and Third bracket winners meet at 1 p.m. Championship game at 4 p.m. CLASS C At Capac High New Haven-Almont winner vs. Farm. Our Lady of Sorrows-Novl winners at 10 a.m. Det. Country Day-Capac-St. James winner vs. Armada-U. St. Lawrence winner at 1 p.m. Finals at 4 p.m. At Yale High Grosse P. St. Paul- Roseville Sacred Heart winner vs. Hamtramck St. Florlan-Ortonvllle Brandon-Ham. Sfc Florlan winner at 10 a.m. Ham. St. Florlan winner at 10 a.m. Memphis-Yale winner vs. St. Clement- PH Catholic winner at 12:30 p.m. Finals at 4 p.m. At Deckerville High North Branch-Akron-Falrgrove winner vs. Reese at 10 a.m. Mayvllle-Deckervilyle dinners vs. Ubly- Brown City winner at 12:30 p.m. Finals at 3 p.m. CLASS D At Port Austin High MC Hoiy Cross-St. Gertrude winner vs. Port Austin at 10 a.m. Peck-Port Hope winner vs. Carsonvllle at 1 p.m. Finals at 4 p.m. At Sebewaing High Owen-Gage vs. Sebewaing ot 10 a.m. Kingston-Unlonville winner vs. Dryden at 1 p.m. Finals at 4'jp.rrL, Thompson pair, (1326). In the singles play, Port Huron's Bruce Maxwell was in top form as his 714 series indicates. Other high singles bowlers were Gordon Snell-grove (675), Steve Weber (694), and Donald Tallmadge (662). Prep Tennis Big Reds Drop SCAL Leaders I n a non-league tennis match Wednesday, the leader of the St. Clair Area League, ' St. Clair, was defeated by ' Port Huron High 5-2. The Big Reds took all 'our singles matches in advancing their record to 3-2 overall, while the Saints fell to 6-2 overall. Port Huron S, St. Clair ? SINGLES Glenn Johnson (PH) def. Sieve Mayhew 6-4, 6-0; Jerry Maqno-son (PH) def. Paul Helss 61, 6-1; Rick French (PH) def. John Cosgrbve 3-6, 10-8 60) Jim Hall (PH) def. Stevo McClure 62, 3-6, 6-3. DOUBLES Wayne Levitt and Rill Anderson (SO def. Wayne Carpenter and Tom Marshall 6-4, 62,' Scott wog-neson and Gary Klemmer (PH) def. Doug Hoyt and Mark Malott 6-1, 6-4; Chris Avlson and Frlti Lnschet (SO d(. 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