El Paso Times from El Paso, Texas on July 30, 1990 · 8
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El Paso Times Monday. July 30. 1990 JCjI JTitdU MJU11HJ UUUO 111 1 WllVVllivu with race, just members5 credit rating Trooper track team to the District 2-5A championship. ... Former UTEP football player Tony Tolbert, now in his. second year with the Dallas Cowboys, gained 15 pounds during the off-season. Although . he's filled out to 250 pounds, the 6-6 defensive end still could pack on a little more weight, Cowboy coaches said. ... In El Paso, people of all races ' can play a round of golf even at the city's spiffy private country clubs. While much of the golf world focuses on the all-white Shoal Creek Country Club in Birmingham, Ala., it's business as usual in El Paso. The issue in Birmingham is race: Why must next week's PGA Championship be played at an all-white country club? Good question. In the Deep South, some old habits apparently die hard. Officials from El Paso's three private country clubs said there is no such racial discrimation here. They will readily accept anyone who wants to be a memberjregardless of race. "Our only" criteria is a per-" son's credit rating," said Bill Eschenbrenner, El Paso Country Club's golf pro for 25 years. Skin color is not a factor at the city's three private courses Vista Hills Country Club has about a dozen black members, club manager Chuck Bolen said. Of the club's 600 members, about 40 percent are minority. Coronado Country Club has 650 members. Many are Hispanic, golf pro Danny Swain said. The club does not have black members. El Paso Country Club has 800 members. Almost half are Hispanic, Eschenbrenner said. The club does not have ills!: Csntu . black members. The city's low black population is to blame for the lack of black members at the El Paso and Coronado Clubs, Eschenbrenner said. Both clubs have had blacks in the past. Officials from all three private clubs said golf is enjoyed by a -healthy cross-section of El Pasoans. Bolen said: "We have whites, blacks, Hispanics, Japanese, Koreans." Racial discrimination does not exist on El Paso's private golf courses, Coronadb's Swain said: "In my 21 years at this club, I haven't seen anything like that here." ... Football fever UTEP football coaches reached into El Paso's talent pool last week and found a recruit loaded with potential former Eastwood defensive back Tyrone Davis. Not only was the speedy Davis one of El Paso's premier players last season, he helped power the SPORTS Catch your Agies & Roadrunners High School & National Sports I r NEWSWATCH 48 with Jeff Matthews 6:30 P.M. 9:00 P.M. M Mike Derryberry, who-played linebacker at Coronado High and Texas Tech, is considering an offer to become a graduate assistant for the Red Raiders this year. ... Basketball update Forward Andrew Gaze scored 50 points to lead Australia to a 106-78 basketball victory over Italy at the Goodwill Games Friday night in Seattle. UTEP fans may remember Gaze. The former Seton Hall standout scored 38 points in Australia's 84-83 exhibition victory over the Miners last November at the Special Events Center. ... Antonio Davis, who signed a contract two weeks ago to play basketball in Greece, isn't the only former UTEP player headed to Europe. Guard Chris Blocker is pondering contract offers from France and Sweden. ... Rick Cantu is a sportswriter for the El Paso Times. ft ? W j-L fu, .rt J Simulcast Wagering from Ruidoso Downs. First race 1 p.m. Sunland gates open at noon. MONDAYS THURSDAYS Fill DAYS SATURDAYS SUM DAYS WEDNESDAYS Simulcast Wagering from Downs at Santa Fe. First race 1:30 p.m. Sunland gates open at 12:30 p.m. Sun!and Park Only 10 minutes wast ol Downtown El Paso via Interstate 10. Phone 589-1131 Diabios remain on hot streak as pitcher beats ex-teammates Times wire and staff reports SHREVEPORT - The Diabios Dean Freeland had been disappointed that he didn't get to pitch against his old teammates, the Shreve-port Captains, when they played in El Paso earlier this month. Sunday night, he made up for lost time. Freeland, who was signed as a free agent by the Milwaukee organization after parts of four seasons with Shreveport, mastered the Captains with a two-hit shutout as El Paso took a 3-0 Texas League baseball victory. The Diabios have now won . six of seven on this road trip . and six of seven this season against Shreveport. Since the all-star break, El Paso has won 14 of 17 games. . The loss dropped Shreveport, which has lost its last three, to 17-19. "It was my best outing of the year," Freeland said. "Tonight I was hitting my spots better than I have at any time in my career. That's why I threw so well." Texas Logons "I was disappointed that I didn't get to pitch against them in El Paso, but my back was hurting, Freeland added. "This was my first time back and the first time to pitch against my old team. I wasn't nervous out there, but you do want to do well against your old team." Said Shreveport manager Bill Evers: "I can't remember him throwing this well since 1986. I thought he pitched super. He never really got many chances at complete game because his pitch count was usually pretty high." Indeed his complete game was a surprise to the 1,249 Shreveport fans in attendance. He threw just one in 61 starts with Shreveport, that coming in 1987. It was also his first complete game of this season in 20 starts. Freeland improved to 9-5. NOTES: Another former Shreveport Captain is not having as good a time as Freeland Diablo left fielder Dee Dixon is O-for-11 in the . two games here against Shreveport . Miller captures Pro Stock main Greg Little, Bob Miller and Joe McReynolds all took main event victories Saturday night at El Paso Speedway Park racetrack. . Miller, who also won his heat, had the most dramatic victory of the evening, taking the Pro Stock division on the last lap. There were six different leaders in the race. Miller lost the lead on the next-to-last lap, then regained it on the final lap. Wmfzri V TONIGHT 30 PM & ?P1 VS. ....rt mnlSM maw.11" .trvlft m Bulla1": r El Psso rsclnij McReynolds took the lead for ood on the seventh lap in the treet Stocks division. His victory gave him the overall points lead over Louis Pouliot, who finished fourth in the main event Saturday. Little took the lead on the 10th lap and hung on to win the Sprint main event. Sprints 1st heat 1. Jeff Brumfield. 2. Jerry Senior. 3. Ace Bowden. 4. Rusty Bradham. 2nd heat 1. John Carney. 2. Greg Little. 3. Joe Yearwood. 4. John Ziehl. Trophy dash: Jerry Senior. Main event: 1. Greg Little. 2. John Carney. 3. Ted Lee. 4. Joe Yearwood. 5. Dennis Pellicotte. 6. Jerry Senior. 7. Bill Terrell 8. Ace Bowden. 9. John Ziehl. 10. Brian Brumfield. Pro Stocks let heat 1. David Jay. 2. Jojohn Vega. 3. Rusty Bradham. 4. Dale Nelums. 2nd heat 1. Bob Miller. 2. Mike Wells. 3. Pat Carney. 4. Kevin Mauldtn. Trophy dash: Mike Wells. Main event 1. Bob Miller. 2. Frank Ray, Jr. 3. David Jay. 4. Rusty Bradham. 5. John DeMarrjno. 6. Buzz Kendrick. 7. Larry Leetch. 8. Rickie Botes. 9. Mike Wells. 10. Brent Deetz. Street Stocks 1st heat 1. Casey Rush. 2. Pete Usby. 3. Curtis Pennell. 4. Randy Benton. 2nd heat t. Glen Perry. 2. Robert Adams. 3. Brian Bowden. 4. Juan Barraza. 3rd heat 1. Joe Ferris. 2. Donna Dumoulin. 3. Joe McReynolds. 4. Louis Pouliot Trophy dash: Joe Ferris. B Main event 1. Christy Georges. 2. Will Minks. 3. Sherman Bamett 4. Del Perry. 5. Mike Stringfield. 6. Steve Jones. A Main event 1. Joe McReynolds. 2. Joe Ferris. 3. Christy Georges. 4. Louis Pouliot 5. Mark Fleming. 6. Donna Dumoulin. 7. Del Perry. 8. Casey Rush. 9. Steve Jones. 10. Richard Cabler.

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