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2B-THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Thursday, April 13, 1389 COLLEGE STATION (AP) Jason Marshall went S-for-8 to pace the No. 1 Texas Aggies to a 11-1, 13-3, dou-bleheader sweep of Texas Southern Tuesday. The sweep improves the Aggies record to 40-1, tying the best start by a Southwest Conference team. Tim Herrmann, 4-0, picked up the victory for the Aggies after three in nings work in the first game. Terry Taylor had a three-run home run in the first game for Texas in a 14-hit attack. Travis Williams bit a two-run home run in the first inning of the nightcap as the Aggies scored five runs. Brent Gilbert, 3-0, earned the victory for in the second game. Aggies Tie SWC Mark I 'A 1 4 1 4" I I -V-X 'I :1 A I 1 i 4 I fcir i Tough Handcrafted ICCIJ I Boots, Built for 1 v-- 'u Comfort only (l7(pl5 I GreatLooking j) II ff I Lizard Skins for ft Advocate staff Photo i I Dress or Everyday I I I I To 5r i4 wear- Vw 189 Ui Compare to 250 If fS I mie Good Old Days Former all-SWC Texas basketball star Jew-." ell McDowell finds himself between two former University of Texas ali-SWC football tackles. Bud McFadln, left, and John Elliott as they display pho-os of themselves back in their college heydays. The three Victoria residents are part of the Long-horn and Aggie celebrity ex-athlete teams matched in conjunction with Monday's benefit Devereux Pro-Am Golf Classic at Colony Creek Country Club. District Meets Head Schedule 1 Huge Selection rsnn You Don't Have To Go To The Mountain To Get A Pair of Great Looking Jeans Entire Stock Men's Western-Cut Dress Shirts tT Jeans CO Hundreds of Styles Western Leather Tern Tex Karman Miller Roper Ely and More cock, Needvllle, Palacios, Rice Consolidated. Sweeny. District 26-2A Meet Where: Wildcat Stadium, Weimar. When: Friday boys' running preliminaries, girls' field events. 10 a.m.; girls' running preliminaries, boys' field events. 11:30 a.m.; running finals, 2:30 p.m. Teams: Boys' and girls' Hallettsvllte, Lexington, Manor, Schulenburg, Somerville, District 28-2A Meet Where: Texan Stadium, Wimberly. When: Friday boys' running preliminaries, girls' field events, 10 a.m.; girls' running preliminaries, boys' field events, noon; running finals, 3:30 p.m. Teams: Boys' and girls' La Vernla, Marion, Navarro, Nixon-Smiley, Poth, Shiner, Stockdale. Wimberly. District 30-2A Meet Where: Bobcat Stadium, Refugio. When: Friday field events, 12:30 p.m.; running preliminaries, 2:30 p.m.; running finals, 6:25 p.m. Teams: Boys' and girls' Bloomington, Industrial, Karnes City, Kenedy, Refugio, York-town. District 32-2A Meet Where: Bulldog Stadium, Three Rivers. When: Friday field events. 10 a.m.; running preliminaries, 1 p.m.; running finals, 4:30 p.m. Teams: Boys' and girls' Banquete, Benavides. Ben Bolt, Riviera, Three Rivers, Woodsboro. Pleated-Front Tapered Leg ONLY Belts Rope Belts, (1 II 1 tCcJ off 1 1 Pnmnara Coach Mark Woods at 275-M04. District 26-5A Meet WlMfll: Friday running preliminaries, 2:30 p.m. Saturday field events, 2 p.m.; running finals, 7 p.m. Where: Memorial Stadium, Alice. Teams: Boys' and girls' Alice, Carroll, King, Kingsvllle. Miller, Moody, Stroman, Victoria. District 23-4A Meet Wtwa: Thursday field events, 5 p.m.; running preliminaries. 7 p.m. Friday running finals, 7 p.m. Where: Ricebird Stadium, El Campo. Teams: Boys' and girls' Bay City, Braiosport, Columbia, El Campo, Lamar Consolidated, Wharton. District 30-4 A Meet When: Friday field events, 4:30 p.m.; running preliminaries. 6:30 p.m. Saturday field events. a.m.; running finals, p.m. Where: Wildcat Stadium, Calallen. Teams: Boys' and girls' Beeville, Calallen, Calhoun, Flour Bluff. Gregory-Portland, Robstown, District 27-3A Meet When: Friday field events, 4:30 p.m. Saturday running preliminaries, 10 a.m.; running finals, 2 p.m. Where: Bulldog Stadium, Yoakum. Teams: Boys' and girls' Cuero, Edna, Goliad, Gonzales, Luling, Yoakum. District 28-3AMeet Where: Blue Jays Stadium, Needvllle. When: Friday field events, noon; running preliminaries, 3 p.m.; running finals, 6 p.m. Teams: Boys' and girls' Columbus, Hitch- The trek toward the state meet will begin shortly for many area track -and field athletes as nine district meets are slated for Thursday I through Saturday. The District 23-4A meet in El Campo starts today with field events 'and running preliminaries. District Jneets in 26-5A, 30-4A, 27-3A, 28-3A, '26-2A, 28-2A, 30-2A, and 32-2A begin In Class 1A, area schools Austwell-'Tivoli and Pettus will be competing a district meet Saturday in Riviera while Louise and Runge will be aiming for district titles Saturday in their meet in Yorktown. A boys and girls state qualifiers' meet will be held May 6 at Gobbler Stadium in Cuero. The field events will begin at 1 p.m. and the running finals will start at 2:30 p.m. The entry fee will be $3 per ath- lete, per event entered. There will be no running preliminaries. For more information, phone Cuero IV 1 Others Off Too! To 50" 'We Stack 'Em High And Sell 'Em Cheap" And Western Wear 4102 N. NAVARRO ST. IN VICTORIA ID Houston j2 Conroe jffi Tulsa HOURS: JL tk9 am-7 pm Ky Area Track Leaders SMi) VlAsviUU LLfLvSDo Jourdanton, KC-Karnes City, Lul-Luling, NB-New Braunfels, OG Orange Grove, Pal-Palacios, PA-Port Aransas, Port-Portland, PL-Port Lavaca, Ref-Refugio, Ros Rosenberg, SA San Antonio, Sea-Sealy, Sin Sinton, SM-San Marcos, Tlv-Tivoli, TR-Three Rivers, Van-Vanderbilt, Vic-Victoria, Wal-Wallis, Wei-Weimar, Wood-Woodsboro, York-Yorktown) GIRLS 100-METER DASH 11.44, J. Crowder, Dallas Kimball 12.18 Joice Smith. Bay City (3-11, EC) 12.25 12.24 Tanya Wright, KarnesCity (4-8, KC) 200-METER DASH 24.21, Stacey Clack, Austin Anderson 25.84. 25.95 Nathesia Barefield, Vic. (4-8, Ang) 24.00 Yolanda Johnson, Victoria (4-8, Ang) 400-METER DASH 55.82, Nicole A tel. Sugar Land Clements 57.84 Shuronda Roy, Palacios (4-1, BC) 1:00.16 Christine Hermes, Yoak. (3-25, Cue) 1 00.76 Beth Christie, St. Joseph (3 25, Cue) MHVMETER RUN 2:18.20, Robin Coleman, Alief Elsik 2:22.39 Christine Hermes, Yoak. (3-25, Cue) 2 22.01 Beth Christie, St. Joseph (3-25, Cue) 2:23.99 Mary Novak, Yoakum (4-1, Jour) RUN 5:08.77, All Ubereeken, Clear Lake 5: 18.94 Jennifer Myers, Yoakum (3 25, Cue) 5:33.42 Jennifer Kuester, Yoakum (3-11, EC) 5:36.65 Ann Herlin, Palacios (3-11, EC) 8.200-METER RUN 10:52.52, Trammeil, Pasadena Rayburn 11 :30.89 Jennifer Myers, Yoakum (3-25, Cue) 12:08.49... Ann Herlin, Palacios (3-11, EC) 12:19.77 Amanda Welti, Ind. (3-18, Wood) 100-METER LOW HURDLES 14.08, Verida Walters, Dallas Carter 14.40 Diane Leonard, Calhoun (4-8, Ang) 15.04 Tanashia Griffin, Cuero (4-8, SM) 15.45 Kalleen Madden, Yoakum (4-1, Jour) TRIPLE JUMP 39-9W, Chris Oray, Houston Sterling 38-7 Shay Porter, Stroman (3-18, CO 38-OVt Kim Cann, Bloomington (4-8, Tiv) 35-9V4 Wlllet Dean, Stroman (3-4, Port) HIGH JUMP 6-0, Shanell Searcy, Ennls 5-10 Leigh Anne Crews, W'boro (3-25, Fal) 5-4Vt Kalleen Madden, Yoakum (4-7, Aus) 5-4 Monica Todd, Goliad (3 )8, Wood) LONG JUMP 19-7Vz, Startle Graves, Bran nam 19-4V Donyale Tyrone, Stroman 18 8Va L. Anne Crews, W'boro (3-18, Wood) 18-4V4 Shay Porter, Stroman (3-18, CO SHOT PUT 45-2. Stevanie Wads worth. Hurst Ball 41-8 Kim Montgomery, Edna (3-11, York) 40-4V4 Sherlce Dennis, Refugio (3-10, Ref 38 4. EstellaFisher.Bat City (3-18, Pal) DISCUS 138-3, Kim Montgomery, Edna 138-3 Kim Montgomery, Edna (3-18, Ref) 124-8 Sherlce Dennis, Refugio (3 18, Ref) 121-0 Catlna Brooks, Yoakum (4-1, Jour) 400-METER RELAY 44.39, Houston Sterling Following are the Advocate area high school track and field leaders through April 8. Date and site of mark or time In parenthesis. State leaders atop each event. (Al-Alice, Ang Angleton, Aus Austin, BC Bay City, Bren-Brenham, CC Corpus Cue Cuero, EB East Bernard, EC-El Campo, Fal-Falturrias, FC Falls City, Free Freeport, Got Goliad, Hou Houston, Jour BOYS. 100-METER DASH 10.11, Willie Rogers, Killeen Ellison 10.45 Ronald Ramey, Stroman (3-4, Port) 10.40 Darrell Schoeneberg, Louise (4-0, Tiv) 10.59 200-METER DASH i 20.N, DoyieJoms, Dallas Carter 21.02 Darrell Schonneberg, Louise (4-0, Tiv) 21.71 22.13 Omar Marks, Wharton (311, EC) JV- 400-METER DASH 47.40, Martin Cannon, Dallas South Oak CIIH 49.55 Darryl Swanks, Bay City (3-18, Ros) 50.40 Scott Zamiow, Victoria (4-0, SM) Js- S0.44 Cory Junious, Victoria (3-25, Cue) 000-METER RUN 1:54.53, Brant Maples, HumMe 1:58.11 Casey Roth, Victoria (3-11, Hou) 1:58.51 Micnaol Harris, Victoria (4-8. SM) :58.85 James Rodriguez, Gonz. (3-25, Cue) RUN 4:19.34, Shedrick Taylor, Aldine Mac Arthur 4:34.54 Henry Sepul veda, Victoria (3-11, Hou) 4:38.79 Peter Nodrlguez, Gonz. (3-25, Cue) 4:39.44 ShanoKucera, Wharton (4-8, Sea) J.IOO-Wil TER RUN 9:23.10, Ale Perez, San Antonio Fox Tech 9:51.85 Henry Sepulveda, Victoria (318, Ros) 10:05.15. Nachc Trevlno, Stroman (3-11, EC) 10: 13.20 Shano Kucera, Wharton (3-11, EC) 110-METER HIGH HURDLES 13.40, Othello Henderson, Killeen Ellison 14.20 14.25 WeoeLebay, ElCampoO 18. Pal) 14.34 Mark Cormier, Calhoun (4-1, PL) 300-METER INT ERMEDIATE HURDLES 37.10, Steve Lofsdon, Conree McCulleugh 39.14 J.B.Prultl, Edna (4-0, Sea) 39.47 Mark. Cormier, Calhoun (3-10, Pal) 39.55 TriiVisDroupy, Cuero (3-25, Cue) PO LE VAULT I'. 17-0, Jaysen luavender, Wichita Falls; Steve ridges, GoMthwalte 141 Hesseltine, Refugio (3-25, Fal) 14-8 BrandonBlain.Cuero(3-18,NB) Gastxi Warner, KarnesCity (4-8, KC) "HIGH JUMP 7-2, Ja mes Shelton, Palestine 74 Da rryl Swanks, Bay City (3-1 1, EC) i 8 4-8 LONG JUMP 25-3, Bert Em inuel, Houston Langham Creek 23-3 i 23-2'- Terry White, Bay City (4-1, Free) 22-11 Mark Cormier, Calhoun (2-25, Vic) SHOT PUT U-tDa'rid Winkler, North Mesqulta 55-5V4 i Whitby, Stroman (4-1, B) I 53 Hanneke, Victoria (4-1, SA) 52-1044 DISCUS 180-t, Nate Bulkcks, Sweeny Milwaukee's Best fnra.fnla RegularOrLight luter 12 Oz. Cans6 Pack Aladdin "Traffic Cup" i Borden's fQm I Santa Maria Milk njjr uoz.insuiateaMug FountainCoffee (Refills 490 49.44 Cuero (4-8, SM) 49.56.. City (3-18, Pel) 50.14... 800-METER RELAY 1 40.74, Houston Sterling BayClty (3-11, EC) Cuero (4 8, SM) 7 Farms Grade Large Eggs 99C dozen Lush Lawn Fertilizer 20 lb. bag $4.99 Republic Money Orders 49C Libbey Ice Tea Glasses 499C 1:44.34... 1:45.15... 1:46.09... 145-8 Michael Cooper, Stroman (4-1 144-5 Julius Whitby, Stroman (4 7, Aus) 140-2 John Whitby, Stroman (4-1, NB) 400-METER RELAY 40. 19, Dallas South Oak Cliff 42.40 Edna (4-8, Sea) 42.75 i Bay City (3-4, BC) 42.82 Refugio (4-1, TR) RELAY 3: Dallas South Oak Cliff 3:25.03 Refugio (3 11, Al) 3:25.71 Yoakum (3-18, Lul) 3:24.23 BayClty(4 8, Bran) RELAY 3:47.77, Houston Sterling 4:05.55 Calhoun (4-8, Ang) 4:07.87 Cuero (3-25, Cue) 4:08.64. Yoakum (4-8, Sea) FritoUiyGrabBags IO 4 Ul at WWW i a-3- OU Player Gives Testimony Purcell denied a defense motion to drop the charges. The defense was expected to present some witnesses as the hearing continued. Fennell admitted to District Attorney Tully McCoy that he originally told authorities he knew nothing about the alleged rapes, but said he testified at the urging of friends who said it was the right thing to do. Under cross-examination by attorney Fred Shaeffer, Fennell said he gave investigators from McCoy's office different stories the first two times he was Interviewed. "I told him (the investigator) two different ones. The third time I came out and told him everything," Fennell said. NORMAN, Okla. (AP) An Oklahoma football player told a judge Wednesday he witnessed the sexual assault of an Oklahoma City woman by tesiimmates Nigel Clay, Bernard Hall a rid Glen Bell In an athletic dormitory Jan. 21. Clay, Hall and Bell are accused of first-ficgree rape in the alleged gang assault. Hall and Clay also are ac- cusec'l of two counts of furnishing liquor to a minor. Jim my Fennell testified in the third day a preliminary hearing for the threo former Sooners. Special Dis-. trict Judge Gary Purcell will decide if th9 three should stand trial on the changes filed against them Feb. 10. Afer the state finished presenting its jrritnesses Wednesday afternoon, Frequent Fill-Up Discounts! "It's like money in the Collect stamps for cash discounts! Get one stamp with each purchase of eight gallons of any Diamond Shamrock gasoline. Save stamps for discounts of $1, $2, and $3. Offer good through 42589 at participating Diamond Shamrock locations in the Victoria area.

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