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T., Brown, Auto., *67 FORD Galaxie *995 ■••• ’696 McCLURE VOLKSWAGEN Just a Punt & Pass From Texas Stadium Hwy. 163 AT CARL RD. 259-4747 FOR SECOND TERM JUDGE CHARLIE DAVIS CRIMINAL DISTRICT COURT No. 2 DEMOCRATIC RUNOFF JUNE 3 VOTED MSI QUALIFIED BY DALLAS BA* ASSN. PAID POLITICAL AD BY JUDGE CHARLIE DAVIS WALLPAPER.PLASTER ART 607 E. IRVING BLVD. IRVING Taurean rally outshined by Zodiacs’ stars, 12-11 Young Richard Milligan will be searching for a happier ending this week in the sprint car races at Sportsdrome Speedway. Milligan and the Bellmire Special had things definitely going their way last week. Milligan felt a little frisky at the start since he had just been interviewed by Channel 8’s Verne Lundquist. He started out by setting the fastest time trial of the night, a 17.5,which is close to the track record. He followed that with a victory in the trophy dash. Then he won the fast car heat. Things were really looking up wihen Milligan roared intio the lead in the 75-lap feature. He appeared to be on his way to his best night ever. But on the 27th lap, Milligan, lapping the field, went up on the back wheel of Raymond Fuentes in No. 73. It sefnt Milligan into a terrifying end- over-end flipping spree. “It was just like the accident which took James Lunday’s life a few years ago,” said Eddie Boh of the Texas Central Racing Association. The big crowd gave a hifge sigh of relief when Milligan calmly jumped out of the machine, nothing hurt but ijis pride. a Defending champ Tom Marshall went on to take the lead and win the race to movef into fourth place in the season standings. Shady McWhorter is still out front with 1,011; followed by Charles McClannahan with 897; Jimmy Allard with 763 and Marshall with 647. A 30-lapper will head Friday’s 7:30 p.m. card. Astros hold tryout at their Tyler pad The Houston Astros' annual baseball tryout camp for players 16-21 will be held at the Municipal Baseball Park in Tyler P June 12-13, layer Personnel Director Tal Smith has announced. The camp will be under the direction of Houston scou ts Stan Hollmig and Gordon Lakey. Four sign N for game Tom Vandergriff, Chairman of the American Cancer Society’s sponsored Bi County> All- Star Football Game for Hope, announced the signings of four more all-Stars for the July 29 game starting at 8 p.m. at U.T.A’s Memorial Stadium. Announced as signing to play are Darrel Johnson, 205 pound fullback from Paschal; Eastern Hill’s quarterback, Reggie Anderson; Randy Fry, defensive halfback from W.T. White (son of SMU coach, Hayden Fry); and Mesquite quarter- bak, Chuck Benefield. The charity game matches Tarrent County All-Stars against Dallas County All- Stars. Coaches for the game are Bill Andrews of Tyler Jr. College (Dallas County) and Donnie Duncan of Navarro Jr. Collerge (Tarrent County). All players will report on July 17 for pre-game physical exams and will begin wo rkouts that evening. There will be no charge for the camp and but each player should be prepared to spend at least two days in Tyler at his own expense. If a player is signed with the Houston organization, his expenses will be reimbursed. The As tros' will furnish bats, balls and catching equipment, but each player will provide his own uniform, glove and shoes. American Legion players are required to have a letter of permission from their coach or commander giving them the opportunity to try out. A number of Astros’ scouts as well as several college base ball coaches will attend thhe camp, which will be climaxed June 13 with a game between two teams of the best players chose by the scouts. For further information contact Tyler Junior College Bas eball CoachFrank Martin at P.O. Box 184, Tyler, Texas 74701. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Under and by virtue of authority vested in me by Article 1022A of the revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, the following owners of property, real and personal, in the Coppell Independent School District, are hereby notified to appear, if they desire to do so before the Board of Equalization, which meets on June 12, 1972 at 8:00 P.M. in the office of Assessor and Collector of Taxes at Coppell High School, to show cause, if any that their assessments should not be approved. Said Board of Equalization will also hear all protests as to valuation for year 1972 of property subjV to taxation by the Coppell Independent School District. Given this 29th day of May, 1972. B. E. Parker, Assessor & Collector of Taxes Coppell Independent School District carter a paints LIMITED TIME ONLY! GALS. $ YOUR ONLY CHOICE the lead in Sportsdrome feature Thursday, June 1,1972 hits each. Lehrmann drove in a pair of runs as did Nicks. Houts struck out 12 batters while walking only four to pick up the win. The Zodiacs jumped out in front, 5-0, after two innings and after the Taureans closed the gap with three runs in the third, they went back to work. The Zodiacs scored three times in the fourth and twice in the fifth before the Taureans launched their comeback. Sparked by the hitting of Lori Plum, Maggie Brewer and Beaver Aten, the Taureans erupted for eight runs in the seventh inning to take the lead briefly. Plum had a triple to drive in two runs, while Brewer drove in three runs and Aten two. In a Junior League girls’ game, the Jaguars bombed the Owls, 14-5, behind the hitting of SharonElmoreandJudyWalk- er. Both girls had three hits and one of Sharon’s was a triple. Christy Williams had a home run for the winners while Carol Lotspeich collected two singles. Joni Randle handled the pitching chores, striking out eight and picking up the win. Brenda Clarkston had a triple for the Owls while Terri Horton took the loss. In Mini League action, the Red Devils edged the Lepri- cons, 18-16, thanks to game- saving double plays by ynthia Burks and Nan Fricke. Rayetta Miller led the batting attack with a pair of singles while Lisa Bolware had a run- scoring double. Sharon Hillis drove in two runs for the Red Devils. Dana Dempsey was the winning pitcher, striking out five batters. The Lepricons lost the game despite getting 12 hits, one of them a two-run homer by Delayne Jenkins. Anita Fife drove in three runs on two hits while Leann Pate drove in two runs on two hits. Babe Bivins and Kathy Koehn also had two hits Dianna Broussard was the losing pitcher despite striking out five batters and pulling off a double play. SCORING TOUCH — David Stafford blasts in a goal against the Rangers Tuesday night as his Razorback team defeated the Rangers,3-l,in Division B Bantam soccer of the Irving Soccer Association. Besides the goal shown, Daily News Photo by PHIL STEPHENS Stafford put in another goal on a penalty kick for the Razorbacks' 4ivision B soccer champions with an undefeated record. Tors aim to double win column —The impala antelope reacts to danger with jumps that carry it 10 feet high and three times that distance. One is a lonely number, the popular sona blurts out. For the Dallas Tornado, one is especially lonely when its the toteiral number of wins in the first five league games of the North American Soccer League (NASL). A 1-0 win over tough Rochester in its home opener in Texas Stadium has been the high point of the season for the Tornado, which is finding defending its NASL championship a devilish task. Things won’t lessen against the New York Cosmos Saturday, June 3 at 8 p.m. in Texas Stadium,the next tilt. St. Louis is the leader in the Tornado's Southern Division, 16 points ahead of Dallas, a full two games ahead of the second place Tors position. Of course, second place is the magic spot, since it gives a team a slot in the playoffs. The Tornado earned its playoff spot last season with a second place finish after Atlanta started out Bad luck drives Milligan out of especially strong at the first of the season. After taking two ties and two losses, Dallas still has yet to lose in Texas Stadium. The Tors tied Miami 0-0 there last week and beat Monterrey 1-0 in an international game. Although Saturday's game with the Miami Gatos went down as the Tors poorest effort this season, no one was pushing the panic button, yet. Luis Juarcey, the crafty #tren nfixom Brazil, emphasized ttfc 'Tornado still had the winning material on the team and predicted they would get it together by playoff time. “We have the material to win on this team,'’ Juarcey said. “We just need to get closer together." There seemed to be no doubt in Juarcey’s mind that the Tornado would do just that. But with only nine games left on the league slate, the Tornado needs to start making their move Saturday against the perienially tough New York Cosmos. New York is leading the Northern Division, but Dallas has always done well against New York in Dallas. It woyn t help matters that the Tors’ all- NASL fullbaok, Dick Hall will be suspended for having four cautions against him this season for this next game only. Dallas will be losing the services of Billy Psifidis at midfield as Psfidis will be going back to Greece. Tornado coach Ron Newman just hopes that the goal-scoring efforts of his crew, which sent 32 shots at Miami last Saturday wifi find the range at the Jt ^ nëts Saturday. . The Taureans put on a tremendous closing rally but there were too many stars on the Zodiacs for them to overcome. After blowing a 10-3 lead and I falling behind, 11-10, the Zodiacs rallied for a run in the bottom of the seventh and then pushed across one more in the eighth for a 12-11 win over the I Taureans in a Women’s j League softball game Wednesday night. Leading the Zodiac attack was Lehrmann with three hits, including a double and triple, and Webb and Kirby with two Doily News Photo by PHIL STEPHENS SLOW BUT TRICKY — David Hardie shows the easy, but tricky method of slow-pitch technique with a sort of back- reverse on the ball in place of speed. Hardie is shown in a losing effort for the First Presbyterian team against the MacArthur Blvd. Baptist team number one.
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