The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 12, 1961 · Page 3
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14' Golf 'Foes 1 Teammates OK.MOM) BKACH, Flu. (Al«) — In a couple weeks Barbara Williams and Tish Preiiss will Iw (ruminates in another golf lummim'.'nt but today they were Iocs in tin, second round of tin' Women's South Atlantic Amateur Tourney. Tlu> winner bctMucn Miss Williams of Richmond, Calif., imd Miss Priuiss of 1'ompnno Beach Ma., will b» favored to take the top prize her e Saturday. Both defeat^ first round foes handily Wednesday, Miss Williams downed Mary Ijau Beatty of Uiiytoiiii Beach 9 and 8. Miss I'reuss whipped Nancy Goodwin of Qrtnoriil Bt-ach 1 and 5. Recruiters Go Off Gold Standard NCAA Crabs Purse Strings PITTSBURGH (AP) — On the heels of the North Carolina probation case the National Collegiate Athletic Association has put recruiters of high school athletes on rt no-cash basis. Legislation adopted at the business session of the 55th annual NCAA convention Wednesday stipulated mat colleges may not pay the expenses of athletic talent scouts. It was also ruled that a member college may not put a recruiter on the payroll and claim him as a staff member. The legislation was drafted in advance of the disciplinary action Tuesday that placed North Carolina on probation for a year and barred the school's seventh-ranked basketball team from the national championships. But it was recalled by convention delegates that one of the charges against North Carolina involved unitemized expense accounts turned in by semi-official recruiter Harry Gotkin. who scouted high school basketball players in the New York area. Wednesday's convention climax was one of the longest ever but' the NCAA gathering was expected to wind up quickly today with a routine morning meeting of the council. Recruiting rules were also tightened by the adoption of a measure which requires persons paying for the transportation of an athlete on a visit to a college campus to TRY SUN CLASSIFIED accompany the athlete. The NCAA feels boosters won't encourage so many campus visits if they have to make the trips themselves. Other legislation adopted included: Complete member-college support of a previously announced break with the Amateur Athletic Union over what the NCAA feels is inconsistency in rule enforcement by the AAU. Approval of, four bowl games for 1961. Three are new—Aviation Bowl (Dayton, Ohio), Presidential Trophy Bowl (Washington, D.C.) and the Mercy Bowl (Los Ange- les). The Gotham Bowl in New York, unplayed in 1960, was re- certified. A rule limiting college athletes to competition within five calendar years. A stipulation .that high school football and basketball all-sfar games must be approved by the state's high school federation, or if interstate, by the National Federation of High Schools. Provisional approval of Chicago as the 1962 convention site. Elimination of the national boxing championships from the list of NCAA post-season events. MONEY-SAVING LEVER BROS. PRODUCTS! 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MEATY PORK Spare Ribs i B 39e HICKORY SMOKED FRI-PAN TENDER Sliced Bacon L 8 49c SWIFT'S COUNTRY SMOKED Sausage u 35c BORDEN'S MILD FULL CREAM Cheese *£$£, L B .55c STRICTLY U.S.No. 1 CALIF. LONG WHITES BELL PEPPERS LbJ9c CALIF. GRFEN ONIONS 2 u, 15c Save 5< ON YOUR FAVORITE BAKED BEANS with coupon in specially marksd /p 12-Oz, packages of 39° FRANKS WASHINGTON STATE RED DELICIOUS APPLES u 25c BIRDS EYE FROZEN CAULIFLOWER 1.04 VALUE—DEAL PACK GLEEM TOOTH PASTE .. FOREMOST lUTTERMILK !0-ot. 23c 89c 39c KRAFT CHEEZ-WHIZ KRAFT CRACKER 8ARREI, CHEESE STIX U-OZ. PK.G. POST TENS ,*.„. , 53c 43c 10.o DIXIE CUPS S-OZ. REFILLS 5S 69c McCORMICK ILACK PEPPER «.oz. 43c PRINCE'S LIVER IDEAL FOR SOUPS-CEREALS *Dog Food 5c.J50c * Chili Bowls i,20c Deer hunters have been particularly interested, lately, in a proposal which would extend deer seasons in some Texas counties where there have been reported over-populations of does. But Jim Nelson, plagued by inquiries after a Houston newspaper story indicated some couu- :ies have or are about to have extended seasons, says nope. Jim checked recently with Frank Ethridge at Houston's game commission office for confirmation. •«'• Nelson saia game officials worried all season about the heavy population of does in many areas of the state, but that in the last ;wo weeks of the season, hunters took a big haul. Most of them probably sweated out that prize buck early, then finally decided to settle for a doe when the season neared the end. The Game and Fish Commission, incidentally, has to okay an extended hunting, and there was no mention of extending the deer season last Friday when the commission met. -w- C. E. Wood, who is helping to push a petition opposing the much- discussed gun registration laws, mentioned a trip to Mason county during the season when he counted 75 does. Wood said 51 doe permits went unused up there,, while hunters took out something like 74 bucks. AND, WITHOUT deserting the subject of deer, the Bayshore Rod, Reel and Gun Club performed, perhaps by chance, a- notable service to state hospitals by collecting roughly 200 deer hides to be tanned and used in physical therapy work. Pete Peddycord was in the group Wednesday discussing the collection of hides by the club, and he noted with considerable pride that the Bayshore club provided more hides than any other single area in the state. -w- A lot of hunters appeared interested in the project when it was first mentioned, but not a lot were interested in boxing and shipping the hides. When it was mentioned at a meeting of the Rod, Reel and Gun Club., Taylor Hunt offered the use of his garage as a collection point. With one place and one group to handle the job, hunters brought in a batch. The fairly obvious reason that Baytown's contribution was so large is that the club provided the necessary bit of organization. •*v- WOOD INCIDENTALLY, mentioned his kill this year with a pistol. "They'll probably all call me a (See Shots, Page 4) 138 Pros In Field-Palmer Launches Comeback In Open SAN DIEGO, Calit (AP)-GoU star Arnold Palmer launches a comeback today as 138 professionals and 13 amateurs open play in the $20,000 San Diego Open. Much against his will, Palmer retired from the Los Angeles Open after only two rounds. He failed to qualify for the final two rounds, thanks to his 12 strokes on one hole and a 77 for the second round. His composure, and very likely his game, restored, Palmer resumed a campaign to match all the laurels he won in 1960, which included the National Open, the Masters and more than $80,000. The tournament scene is the 6,725-yard, par 35-36—71 Mission Valley Country dub. Sunny weather was promised. The field is possibly the best in the history oC San Diego's winter fixture. Twenty-eight of the 30 top money winners of 1360 are entered. Prominent it 29-year-old Bob Goalby, who won the $45,000 Los Angeles open last Monday. Goalby is seeking three straight tournament wins. Prior to the LOB Angeles triumph, he closed out 19GO with a victory in the Coral Gables, Fla., open. Billy Casper Jr., former U.S. Open champion, pulled the three- straight feat last year, winning the Portland, On., and Hcsperta and Orange County, Ctlif., open. Casper is entered here. The defending San Dkgo champion, Mike Souchak, also is pret- ent. A year ago he ifaot rounds of 67, 68, 67 and 67 for 369. Pur for the course then was 72. Also- here ii Art Wall Jr., runner-up at Los Angeles. Wall shot a 66 in the pro-amateur competition Wednesday and collected $300. He beat Mason Rudolph by one stroke. Doug Sanders, Ojai, Calif., and his amateur partners on the best-ball event with a score of 57. Sanders won $400. 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