Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on May 15, 1971 · Page 12
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12-A THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Abilene, Texxs, Satttrday Morning, May 15, 1871 onj-etti By Carl Dingier Dawson, Ray, Durham Win InCilyGoli Canonero Underdog THE MAIL continues over the letter from Mickey Gerloff of Aspermont on Gerloff's predictions over the state track meet last weekend, concerning Rule and Jimmy Lisle. Hindsight- Works Best Jean Dawson, Mary Ray and BALTIMORE (AP) -- Ca-the outside post under Eddie Dean Durham won champion-;nonero II, the $1,200 yearling'MapIe while Canonero II will go ships in City Women's golf; w ho came out of South America TMt of gate No. 9 under Juan Ar- ssignments are, Baltazar; Sunday for their showdown. .»* « !d a e jAmencan racing, will try to win TM . At Maxwell Municipal galf j"« Preakness Saturday. Ten 3' This letter from J. W. Shipley of Graham dated Tuesday: "I'm writing this letter in response to Mr. Gerloff's leltev. Apparently he didn't take into account that Rule could have better times than they had at the regional meet. "His being a neighbor of Rule 1m should of knmrn Jimmy Lisle had run a 9.9 in the 100 and 22.9 in the 220. "I don't see any way in the world Rule could have finished 14th and scoring just 11 points. "As for him saying you put undue pressure on Jimmy Lisle and the Rule team. He must not know much about sports, if he did he would have known that pressure makes an athlete perform better. "I can see how he put Snook ahead of Rule, with Iheir great sprint relay team, hut how did he figure Celina over them when Celina only scored 12 points. "As for me I figured Rule with about 34 points and a tie for third place, but I'm glad Rule won, because I went to school with the Slate champs. "I'm glad your prediction for title was correct and not Mickey Gerloff's. "Rule has cerlainly had an outstanding year in sports topped off by a State championship. 1 think Lisle just about proved he was the best in the state in Class B. I think Rule has finally earned a place of respect in the Big Country. "Soe wliai you can do about getting 'the Abilene paper to Graham. We don't get it maybe 3 to 4 times a week." Now, in all fairness to Gerloff, (he Aspermont track enthusiast did do his predicting without hindsight and he has good basis for his predictions. But, you are right about pressure making m o s t athletes perform better. Certainly hope your paper service improves as Graham is one of our belter areas for being interested enough to keep us informed as to what is going on in athletics. will be the starling fullback. However, the information on the possibility that he might be switched comes from the coaches breakdown on next season's prospects, liuidoso Downs, N.M. opens its 24lh horse racing season next weekend (May 21). The home of the $700,000 All-American Futurity which is billed as the world's richest horse race continues through Sept. 6. There are 60 racing dates (his year in the land of the tall, cool pines with racing Friday, Saturday a n d Sunday until July when Thursday is added. The track is located on Highway 70, three miles east of Ruidoso, N.M., 70 miles west of Roswell, N.M. Post time each day is 2:30 p.m. Abilene time. Admission is $1 with 50 cents for parking and reserved and box seals are available. The grandstands seat 3,500. Admission to the Ail- American Turf Club is $2,50 and contains pari-mutuels windows, cafeteria style restaurant. Also, for those with private airplanes, there is a 5,200-foot paved runway and free ground transportation to and from the track. The area also is ideal for vacationers. The Easlland girls track team in Hie state meet here Saturday has sometlu'ng extra going for them. Bast- land Mayor James Reid predicted Easlland will win the state Division A crown. Kastland has 10 entries entered at ACC's .Elmer Gray Stadium. He offered a special incentive to the 10 as he plans to call for a declaration next week naming a day as Girls Track Day "because of these girls bringing the feminine (rack championship to Easlland." opinion are Ljmjt T o Reason Jo Vetes- quez; Vegas Vic, Bill Hartack; Eastern Fleet, Jacinto Vasquez; course Friday, Jean " Dawson'year-okts and won championship consolationjagainst him. s, taking 19 holes to defeat The opinion against the Ken- Bold Reason, Jean Cruguet; Nadme Jones, 1-up. . . k ^ . winnnr takine inl^ya' J D, Eddie Belmonte, and Mary Ray took first flight J f y ^ J ,, I, reflected -°W Horn, Jack Kurtz.' honors, defeating G l e n n al'"° i rawness K reflected in -Frame 2 and 1 and Dean ipimllco s earlv llne wlllch made ! Durham beat Maude Lewis, 2; Ca "° nero J 1 ° nlv fo ,^ cholce / and 1, for the first flight con-'. rhe , t 'TM f!de , nc f °. f "! e ."PP 05 , 1 ' solation title bubbles forth in statements Daphine Hays and Judy Casey!{S r P re . ssn consumption such as reached the finals Thursday and iWende11 p - Rosso s: will meet at 1:30 p.m. Sunday! " u tte track isn't wet Satur- fnr the city championslip. Mrs. May.,they're all gonna be eating Parris Top Pole Vaulter KANSAS CITY, Mo. McMurry College pole vaulter Hays is defending champion. ! re dust of my horse (Impetuos-: Aspermont Coach Takes Juco Post All these top athletes will 1* to action at the NAIA National Ricky Parris continues to leadjTrack championship June 2-5 at the National Association of] Billings, Mont. Intercollegiate Athletics in his Kastern Michigan University event. is defending champion . and The McMurry athlete vaultedi returns every point winner from 17-OV4 earlier this season for the best effort to date in the NAIA. that championship squad. Howard, Prairie View, Texas S " r * " IIM Other top area efforts include] South*TM and Dallas Baptist TERRY PRIEST Mike Murphy of Howard Payne P?? 6 tst |TMB threats for the team . firmer ACC eager '" the shot pV Murphy is flWi|«tle this year TRIBE SIGNS ROBY CENTER Santo Paces Cubs Victory CHICAGO (AP) - Ron San- Impetuosity r» Derby. i Terry Priest, former finished 13(h In'basketball standout and I successful high school coach at Oilier Derby horses back for'Aspermont, has been named j another crack at Canonero Hi athletic director and head ·are Frank Caldwell's Jim'basketball coach at Fort Worth t»'s two-out homer in the sixth! 1 "TM"?'' sc , cond in 1Jlc 'DerbyjChristian College, a two-year inning, his third in three gamesj and the early favorite here; Cal- school under the Abilene Mike Murphy of Howard Payne-P 056 s 'vong threats for the team in the shot put. Murphy is fiflhl t l t l e tnis y ear with 57-0^. Junior Lee of Howard Payne and Cross Plains and Bill Ford jour of Howard Payne also rank high. Lee is 13lh in the nation in the 880 with 1:52.3 is third in the mile nm in 4:95.9 and Is third in the three-mile run in 13:48,0. Fordjour is sixth in the mile tremendous feat in his rookieTM 1 '« 4-W-V and 13th in the season as a schoolboy ca r, e Uhree-mi!e run in 14:09.0. ACC Priest a c c o m p l i s h e d a broke a 2-2 tie and led the ChV l lmc ? 3rm ' s v E a s t f" Flee , f ' (cago Cubs to a 3-2 viclory over Hhe San Diego Padres Friday. SAN DIECO CHIC ab r h bi Hcrnandi ss i 0 0 0 Kesslngi fourlh in a Derby and the early Ihird choice for the Preakness; William A. Levin's Bold Reason, Ihird in the Derby, and Chariesisaid Christian College system. The announcement came from coach. He guided Aspermont to| Another Lone Star Conference the Class A state basketballj member, Angelo State, has championship in 1967-68, his Joshua Owusu with the best team posting a 29-5 record. Priest spent two years in the armed forces and was a member of an all-star service Fort Gaslon cf Colbert Ib OBrown rF MurrpJI If Sppzlo 3t Barton c Mason pr Arlin p Slahl ph Severinsn p 0 0 0 0 Webster ph 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 BWIIIams I f 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 HlcKman Ib 2 0 0 0 J 0 I 1 Orlii cf 4 0 0 0 Pepllone c ! » 0 I 0 Santo otl 3 1 2 0 CalHson rl 0 0 0 0 Hundley c 2 0 0 0 DBreeden ( 1 0 0 0 Pappas p Dr. Tommy Shaver, dean oflteam that won tho European Worth Christian. Shaven International Tournament. Priest would serve as He played for Hulto High Henderson Couiity!440-yard College before finishing! relay. serve as v; n ^vii, i^ iv, n n«.k i; - hcad basket -School and ^ Vic, sixth m the Derby. Ibal coach, direct the intranu " o o o o : Others entered for the 13-16-'program and serve on the!his career at"ACC J 5 J ] ; m i l e second leg of the triple'physical educatioii faculty. \ ' » J J J crown series are Peter Kissel's Priest is a 196ti graduate of' , , 1 0 1 0 Exeailioiier, the Flamingo win- ACC and received a masters of POfMond 3 0 0 0 !ner who is the second favorite;'education from the college this:/·_· n i *%· i Guslave Ring's Sound Off; J.!month. lOrn KOUnd PlCK triple jump in the nation with 51 0% and Sul Ross has the best discus performer in Erich Hardaway with I86-7'/4 Prairie View AM has four of the nation's top times in the 440 hurdles, the 100-yard dash, the dash and the mile McMurry College football coach Buddy Fornes has announced the signing of Roby center Johnny Knox. The 6-3, 235-pounder made All-District first team as a junior and senior. He was the team's Most ValuablB Lineman. The versatile Knox won the district shot put title three sraight years and the discus crown as a senior. He finished second in regional shot put competition. Knos is in the top ten scholastic-ally of the Roby senior class. »3jsiMcCloy Davis' Royal J D; Wai- The Hutto native starred for ; S ° _ * . t e r D. Fletcher's Spouting Horn the Wildcats -for Tolal 31 2 6 ! Tolal S a n Diego 1 1 0 0 0 0 Chicago . . 2 o 0 0 o l o o e - Campbell. LOB -Die-go 7, Chicago 8. 2B -Colbert, G HR- -Santo 17). SB--Kesslnger. Pepttone. t£ve n ru,sen s ' ' ' ' 2 3 0 0 2 ^pounds, t h e gross" purse will 'be! Divi sion national tournament Tn| Jim Da y Friday. P T B 3-ss"A'-*j)ii. 3 B 2 ! ' S :S189,9CO with $137,400 to lhewin-| 196 5 : 66. He made the All-] Day, a 6.foot-8, 230-pound for-' ner. JRegional team and was namertiward from Morehoad State, nv-l J. Fletcher's Spouting Horn the Wildcats -for two seasons,! PORTLAND ,0re. (AP) -The Brookmeade Stable's Limit!'1964-65 and 1965-66, playing a! porlland Blazers of {lie National s-|To Reason. key role on the team thatlB^e'ball Association signed If all 11 start, each under 126 advanced to the NCAA College! their sixth roun[1 draf ' choice, so Snyder Opens iolf Tourney ; Post time is 4:40 p.m., CDT !c, e c } a ^' s " Most iTelevision coverage will bel ycr '" ° 5 ' 66 ' from 4-5 p.m. and radio covev- SNYDER - Action in the ^| 'TMm 4:23-4:45 pjn both by, nydcr Partnership g«ts under'^' , A Cl1 i° wd of l°' TOOf ]S ex :, 8 a m S turda ' 111 l )ec '°" w1 " 1 a weather forecast Partno-ship golf tourna-i^ «l Ca 7n SltleS a " d tem P eratures ment at the Country Club. ' ' , Club pro Lonnie Crosby said 1 A vlctoi 'J' for Canonero H; he field totals 64 teams in four would kee P mm in *e running} lights. Both Saturday's ancli f o r llle elusive triple crown.' Jnnday's play will be low-ball iOnlv eight horses have ever won, vith Saturday scores counting i t n e Derl) V. Preakness and Bel-; toward the final total throughi m o n t S l a k e s t h e last being Cita- Sunday Uon ' n 194R - Valuable eraged 24.3 points a game lasli High Pressure SPRAYER W 5 Lainar Tech hasn't won a tennis championship since swapping the Lone Star Conference for the Southland Conference. From 1951-1963 Lamar Tech had won tennis titles and except for 1951 and 1958 won golf honors in the Lone Star Conference. However, since joining the SLC the tennis team has bowed to Trinity but the golfers have won ciglit straight titles. That is 18 of 20 golf championships. Wolfgang Halbig o f Abilene Christian College telephoned to report he WILL be the Wildcats' fullback this fall. We had reported that Halbig had been shifted to fullback and should add power "if the coaches leave him there." Halbig was somewhat upset over the statement as he is confident he will be at fullback. We did not know anything Wolfgang didn't know so will conwed, Wolfgang, that you Breland Wins Seymour Golf SEYMOUR (HNS) - Seymour]'Golf and Country Club recentlyjQjIei'S held their annual golf tourna-j ment. When final scores were! allied, Willie Breland was the HOUSTON (AP)--The Houston jOilers completed a trade with Friday, sending line- vinner flight runner up. Gene Laws won con- Following the first sholgim start at 8 a.m. the second will be Uon ' n 1948 - Canonero II was purchased for $1,200 by a bloodstock dealer at 1 p.m. Same times are set for; a t the Keeneland fall yearling Sunday's tee-offs. sales. The colt and two other First place winners in each' hovse s then were purchased by! flight will receive a lop grade ofjPedro Baptista of Venezuela f o r j irons and second place winners W 00 - Baptista's son-in-la«',[ a set of top woods. Third place'Edgar Caibett, is the owner of winners will take home new golf! roc ° r d f °r Canonero II who lias bags. done most of his racing in Vcne- | New champions are assured this year with last year's victors not entered. in the championship] with Pinkie Arledgei badger solation in this flight. Jackie jlaze won the first flight with] jary Hurley named runner-up and Jess Harkness consolation. Jack Bynum won the second flight with Tom Machen runner- up and Johnny Frank Martin consolation. In the third flight, Bill Hurley was first, Dee Wall was runner-up and Jim Garner consolation. Broncos for offensive guard Bob zuela. Canonero II galloped Friday morning and a veteran docker commented, "He really looked in great shape. He came back on the bit." Jim French also was out for a gallop and later his trainer, John Campo, said, "This horse is so good that 1 am aJraid to let Olen Underwood to the up on him. I might never get him back to his present form." Jim French will break from Three Share Lead TOKYO (AP) _ Masashi Ozaki and Masayuki Imai of Japan blasted course record 65s and Australian David Graham shot a five-under-par 67 Friday,! tying for the lead at 137 afler two rounds of the $27,000 Japan f .Air Lines Open GoU Tourna- 'ment. Hub bard Creek Lake Camping Club a new idea in camping CAMPERS OWN YOUR OWN CAMPSITE WITH ALL THESE FACILITIES acrois from " ·» Rag Doll Jeans for the fella and his qirl Low-cut flare jeans. Waist sizes, a. 100% cotton denim flare jeans, '7. b. Dacron / cotton twill flare jeans, Ml. 7W .S. Ifftti'lt liltitiriiiiit ''''''·' ,,/«,,/, II i" 1: .*.. 10 " (···"" f'WHW 410 SOUTH S T R E E T SIEPHINVIUE, TEXAS MAY 14, 15, 16 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. The new exciting concept in lorla/s leisure living! WRITE; Bill BIcHsoe f. o. 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