Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 13, 1971 · Page 5
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Mustang Lineup Set For Tonight's Game DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Tuesday, April 13, 1971-5 Red Soto, head coach for the San Felipe Mustang baseball team, made his final switch after Monday evening's workout to set his starting The Herd opens its portion of the 14-AAA West Zone play lineup for tonight's game with the Uvalde Coyotes, at 7:30 p.m..in Roosevelt Park against the Coyotes who are' 1-0 and tied with Kerryille Tivy for the western division lead. Uvalde disposed of Crystal City 6-3 and Kerrville defeated Del Rio 5-4 in season openers for those teams last week. Soto's final combination for tonight's game has Leon Best in right field, Pete Hernandez in center field and Waldy Felan in left field. Tony Lomas moved in from the outer garden to play third base after Soto decided to have regular hot corner handler Wayne Benson do the catching tonight. Jerry Fay will be at second base, Glenn Blanks at first base and Gene Flores at shortstop with David Moncibais on the mound. By CARL GUYS Texas Tops Again this year, Texas leads the nomination list of contestants for the 1972 Ail-American Futurity to be run at Ruidoso Downs, N.M. With the list completed the final count of the original nominees showed the Lone Star State with 422 yearlings representing 194 owners. Oklahoma follows with 234 entries appointed by 11 owners. One horseman from the Sooner State led 'em all with 15 nominatibns. In all a total of 1,048 horses were nominated by 536 owners from 37 states. That's an increase-of 121 owners and 172 nominations over last year's records. The All-American Futurity which is run each Labor Day at Ruidoso Downs continues to climb upward. The 1971 running is estimated to exceed $700,000 and the 1972 edition over $800,000. Richard Thompson, general manager of Ruidoso Downs, predicts that in the very near future the World's Richest Horse Race will reach the magic $1,000,000 purse. S&S One Plug Bit Amistad Bass Club members must face the challenge Sunday from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m., if they want to participate in the S&S One-Plug Bass Tournament on Amistad Lake. The challenge is the current weather and its chameleon characteristics of hot and cold, still and blowsy, unpredictability. This ever-changing present condition will test the contestants no end since the One-Plug classic will feature a TOP WATER lure - Bill Norman's Wounded Flash. The conditions of the tourney restrict ALL other lures for this one derby but offers eight place awards in both heavy-string and heavy-bass divisions just for registering and fishing Sunday. Tackle reps Clarence Stewart and Ron Stevenson of Fort Worth are the tourney sponsors and they will furnish each contestant with a copy of the approved lure. '• Rich Rewards A Pfleuger remote control trolling motor with a Horton EZ mount goes to the member who harvests the heaviest string of black bass. Second placeman gets a Pfleuger spinning rod and reel, second placer a Pfleuger worm r6d, third place a dozen lures and fourth place a plastic worm making kit. In the big bass division the champ will get a Pfleuger spinning rod and reel, second placer a Pfleuger worm rod, third place a dozen lures and fourth place a plastic worm making kit. All a Amistad Bass Club member has to do is register' between now and Saturday nite at Mike's Tackle Shop to be eligible. Stewart and Stevenson will be in Del Rio Friday late and have all the final answers on Saturday. They'll set up the method of handing out the One Plug lure and of setting up the start, the weigh-iii, etc. for Sunday's special tournament. Comstock Caper ' Coach Red Soto is in his initial season as head mentor for the Mustangs and has the services of younger brother Al as his assistant coach. Both are veteran baseball men and teach in the San Felipe Independent School District's elementary schools, Sam Houston and Son Felipe To Crown Diamond Queen Freshman cheerleader Bertha Jean Fay will be honored as the 1971 "Baseball Sweetheart" in coronation ceremonies preceeding tonight's game between the San Felipe Mustangs and the Uvalde Coyotes in Roosevelt Park. Miss Fay was chosen in a ballot conducted by the Mustang baseball squad. The freshman cheerleader is the sister of Herd second baseman Jerry Fay. Del Rio Golfer On A&l Team In Four-Way Match Ivan Lawson, former Del Rio High School golfer, is with the Texas A&I link squad today in San Antonio to participate in a four-team match on the Pecan Valley golf course. Trinity University is hosting the event for visiting teams! from Lamar Tech, Pan American and the Kingsville school. The Javelinas with Lawson, Larry Aduddell, Andy Luddeke, Chris Delcambre and Tommy Jackson are making their final pre-league appearance at San Antonio. A&I will visit San Angelo on April 23-24 for the Lone Star Conference tournament. Stephen F. Austin. Besides tonight's starting lineup the Sotos will have Joe "Lefty" Garcia and Frank Guzman for pinch-hitting duty and Ram Ramon for moral support Garcia and Guzman are former starting outfielders from the 1970 Herd who are late reportees this season because of marital status. Ramon returns from a shoulder separation operation performed last February 12 and is only performing the half-dozen special exercises prescribed by his surgeon Dr. Wimmpy of San Angelo. The San Angelo doctor examined Ramon last Wednesday and gave him the go-ahead sign to re-start training. The Soto brothers don't look for Ramon's return to peak form for several weeks but are counting on him in the late district drive. The Mustangs hope-tororbit the double loop in District 14-AAA West Zone play with a three-man pitching staff of Moncibais, Benson and Flores. Benson is ticketed to face the district on-leading Kerrville Tivy on Friday in the Hill Country. The league will also have a second game in the Queen City this week when Crystal City comes to play the Del Rio Wildcats at 4:15 p.m. on Friday at Wildcat Park. Del Rio opened its loop play on a losing note against Kerrville and will send Cesar Sotelo out after the Javelinas in its second effort. TENNESSEE WALTZ-Mike St. John, left and Willie Fisher had a bass bat) the other day on Amistad Lake harvesting 15 blacks. Fishing in the Rio Grande Arm of Big Friendly the two Tennessee fishermen had a 6 Ib. 8 oz. and a 5 Ib. 5 oz. on their string. All were caught with spinners recommended by Fisher who is now a Del Rio guide. (Photo Courtesy Mike's Tackle Shop) IM GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY Comstock Goes to Regional COMSTOCK-The Comstock Pantherette volleyball squad of eight plus team manager and Coach R.W. Milligan will leave their southwest Texas campus Thursday noon for the long trip to Brenham in south central Texas to play in the 1971 Region 4 tournament. Eight schools will have representation in the one-day tournament that will send its champion into Gregory Gym, Austin, Texas, a week later for the state finals. ' Coach Milligan will take Berta Barragan, Sandra Castellano, Peggy Skiles, Becky BjUings, Diane Jones, Amelia and Liz Ybarra and Kathy White as players and Sidney Terry, team manager. This group won the district and bi-district titles before the Easter holidays after giving Comstock the runnerup honors in girls basketball the past season. Cards Edge Astros, 5-4 District 14-AAA West Zone Standings Uvalde Kerrville Clemens San Felipe Crystal City Del Rio - • Games this week: Uvalde at San Felipe Tuesday 7:30 p.m.; Crystal City at Del Rio Friday 4:15 p.m.; Clemens at Kerrville Tuesday 4:15 p.m. New Humble SWC Grid Film Ready 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 Cowboys Set 1971 Slate DALLAS, Tex. (AP)- A preseason return match with Super Bowl champion Baltimore and a regular season opener against the Buffalo Bills highlights the Dallas Cowboys 1971 National Football League schedule. The Cowboys, losers to Baltimore in the 1971 Super Bowl, open pre-season play August 6 against the Los Angeles Rams In Los Angeles. They host New Orleans Aug. 14 and Cleveland Aug. 21 and travel to Houston Aug. 26 before playing the Colts in Baltimore Sept. 4. The Cowboys host Kansas City Sept. 11 in their pre-season finale. The Cowboys open the regular season with road games at Buffalo Sept. 19 and Philadelphia Sept. 26 then return home for games against Washington York Giants, Oct. 11. The remainder of the Cow- jga boys' schedule: Oct. 17, at New Orleans; Oct. 24,New England at Dallas; Oct. 31, at Chicago; Nov. 7, at St. Louis; Nov.. 14, Philadelphia at Dallas; Nov. 21, at Washington; Nov. 25, Los Angeles at Dallas; Dec. 4, New York Jets at Dallas; Dec. 12. at New York Giants; Dec. 18, St. Louis at Dallas. Dallas is meeting New England (formerly Boston) and Buffalo for the first time. It will be the first regular season game with the Jets, although the teams have met twice in preseason play. Dallas'home opener against Washington will mark the first game played by the Cowboys in their new home of Texas Stadium. DALLAS (AP)— Scenes from the Texas-Arkansas "Big Shootout No. 2" and Notre Dame's shocking Cotton Bowl victory are included in Humble Oil and Refining Cd.'s 1970 Southwest Conference football highlights film presented to SMU Monday. "P. W. Page Jr., western mar- ketingregion manager for Humble, presented the film to Hayden Fry, SMU athletic director. The film, the 24th such pres- 'entatipn by llumble, includes game highlights of each SWC school and portions of Notre Dame's 24-11 victory over No. 1 ranked Texas in the 1971 Cotton Bowl. EachSWC school appears three times except for Rice, which is presented four times. The film, which will be circulated by Humble throughout the Southwest to a total audi* ence of about one million, also showed some of the top returning athletes In action and had a segment on Arkansas' Bill Burnett rjeceivlng the annual Kern Tipps Memorial award. Returning players mentioned in the film included Arkansas quarterback Joe Ferguson, the touted Louisiana schoolboy expected to replace Bill Montgomery; Baylor defensive end Roger Goree, the SWC's sophomore defensive player of the year; Baylor tailback Matthew Williams; and TCU quarterback Steve Judy. Baseball Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League East Division _ ; W..U.Pct..G.B. National League East Division ST. LOUIS (AP) - Sinker ball artist Frank Linzy, once the scourge of National League relievers, has flashed at least a temporary return to form for the St. Louis Cardinals. The bespectacled Oklahoman, just another member of an ineffective Cardinal bullpen following his acquisition from the San Francisco Giants in 1970, came on with none out in the ninth inning Monday night to quell a budding Houston rally, 5-1. He was one of three relief specialists preserving the victory for lefthander Steve Carlton, 2-0, whose wildness forced him out in the seventh inning. Moe Drabowsky a n d George Brunet couldn't hold and the Astros moved to 5-4. Bob Watson and Denis Menke worked Brunet for singles leading off the ninth before Linzy came on. He caught Doug Rader looking at a third strike, induced Johnny Edwards to ground into a force play at second and re: tired Roger Metzgerona ; ground ball to Dick Schofield. "It's a disappointment any time you don't have a good season," the 30-year-old Linzy re Cardinal Manager Red Schoendienst said, "Without good relief we're going nowhere. Linzy pitched well during spring training and has pitched better since the season opened." A total of 23 hits in the game included losing pitcher Wade Blasingame's 410-foot home run for the Astros in the third inning. Righthander Mike Torrez (0-0) of the Cardinals and Jack Billingham (1-1) of the Astros were scheduled to pitch the final of a two-game series between the clubs this afternoon. NATIONAL AT ST. LOUIS HOUSTON ST. LOUIS ab r h bl ab r h bl 4000 MA10U cf 4100 5131 Javier 2b 5110 Schofield 2b 5031 Brock If 4021 Torre 3b 4000 Cardenal ri JAIqu rl Morgan Ib Cerfeno cf Watson If MenKe Ib Rader 3b Hiatt c Edwards c Metzger ss Blslngme p Wynn ph 2010 Beuchmp Ib 2000 Hague Ib 4010 Slzemore ss 1111 Maxvlll ss 0000 Simmons c Geronlmo pr 0 0 0 0 Carlton p jRay p 0000 Drbwsky p NMIller ph 1110 Brunet p Gladding p 0000 Linzy p Baltimore Cleveland Washington New York Detroit Boston 4 1 3 1 3 4 2 3 2 3 2 3 .800 .750 .429 .400 .400 .400 2 2 2 2 New York Pittsburgh St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Montreal W.. L.. Pct.G.B. fleeted. His combined 5-6 mark 3 1 4 2 3 3 2 3 2 5 , 1 3 .750 .667 .500 .400 286 .250 West Division y? Oct. 3 and New •WXXWXSXXX^^ Had a chat with Comstock cage coach Jim Harris this yawning and he's certainly in the big middle of a Comstock caper. It's either that or he's a snake-bit fisherman. The way he tells it is that he does exactly what the "veteran Comstock fishermen tells him to do" and he ain't doing much good. Those birds out West have Harris flipping his flyrod every day during the Easter break sacking up perch to bait throw lines for "those GREAT BIG OL' CATFISH" from Devil's River up above Amistad Lake. ... Harris, a city slicker from South Bend, Ind., a thriving Hoosier metropolis which features river and lake fishermen who cut their teeth on the waters of the state when not practicing basketball is being outslicked by his Comstock comradarie. T6 date he ain't caught diddly-squat and only lost two perch all last week. These may have worked loose, at that. •.•-_• In answer to his inquisitive mind his buddies from Texas tell him, "This is the way to catch those big cats, coach," and Harris stays right with it ... but he s beginning to wonder if he's on a snipe-hunt or if it is because the Water is too low to permit an influx of catfish to the area that R.W. Milligan, Comstock school ' super, has him putting out his throw lines. Dunk Shot Between baiting out and his fly-rodding Harris did sneak in a few casts for black bass and came up with a "four pounder — about" Monday morning. He also got a free dunking in the cool water of Devil's River during the Bunny Day fishing \.deal. He hung a bass that hung itself in the reedy edges of the river and in trying to ease his fish out into open 'water-"where he could resume the battle on ever terms, Harris lost his footing and Slid in over his head. Five minutes later, after treading and gulping he crawled out but not until after he had successfully sacked up his fish and tossed it and his rod and reel up on-the bank. Scoreboard Cage Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Monday's Results No games scheduled. Tuesday's Games No games scheduled. Wednesday's Games Eastern Conference Finals New York at Baltimore, fourth game of best-of-7 series, Knicks lead 2-1. Western Conference Finals Milwaukee at Los Angeles, third game of best-of-7 series, Milwaukee leads 2-0. ABA Monday's Results West Division Final Utah 120, Indiana 118, Utah leads best-of-7 series 1-0. East Division Semifinal Kentucky 112, Florldians 103, Kentucky wins best-of-7 secies 4-2, . Tuesday's Games No games cheduled. Wednesday's Game West Division Final Utah at Indiana Only game scheduled. NHL Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Results Quarter-finals No games scheduled. Tuesday's Games game of best-of-7 series tied 22. Wednesday's Games No games scheduled. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOSTON - Johnny Coiley. 160,Somerville,Mass., stopped Luigi "Rocky" Colavita, 162, New York, 7. NEW YORK - Angel Espada, 144V2 , Puerto Rico, out- pointed Edmundo Leite, 147, Brazil, 10. r v<i TAMPA ts- , Willie "The Worm" Monroe, 161, Philadelphia knocked out Adam Moore, 156, New Orleans, 10; Willie Wilson, 181, Tampa, knocked out Harold Glaspy 174, New Orleans, 3; Nestor Rojas, 132, Caracas, Venezuela, stopped Johnnie Raven, 127, Philadelphia. 4. MILWAUKEE -Paul Nicholas, Milwaukee, outpointed Pete RIccitelll. Boston, light- heavyweights, 10. Minnesota 4 2 .6.67 Milwaukee 3 2 .600. Chicago 3 3 .500 Kansas City 3 4 .429 Oakland 3 4 .429 California 2 4 .333 2 Monday's Results California 3, Chicago 2 Oakland 5, Milwaukee 0 Boston 10, Washington 7 Minnesota 2, Kansas City 0 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Minnesota (Hall 0-0) at Kansas City (Hedlund 1-0), N Oakland (Blue 1-1) at Milwaukee (Parsons 0-0) California (Messersmith 0-1) at Chicago (Bradley 0-0) Boston (Slebert 0-0) at Washington (Me Lain 1-0), N Baltimore (Cuellar 0-0) at Cleveland (McDowell D-0), N Detroit (Niekro 0-1) at New York (Bahnsen 0-1) ' Wednesday's Games California at Kansas City, N Oakland at Minnesota Milwaukee at Chicago Baltimore at Cleveland Boston at Washington, N Detroit at New York S. Francisco Atlanta Houston San Diego. Cincinnati West Division 5 2 4 2 5 3 3 4 1 4 .714 .667 .625 .429 .200 2V 2 2 V 2 V 2 .2 3 and 4.66 ERA for the Cardinals and Giants last season made up his worst NL campaign. "With relievers, a man in the late innings can go f r o m real good to real bad in a couple of days. It has to do with a lot of different things, but if I can keep the ball down I'm usually okay," Linzy said. The sinker, he explained, "is just a dry spitter. It doesn't sink as much as it used to be- Total 37 4 13 4 Total 33 5 10 5 Houston ...; 003 000 010—4 St. Louis 201 Oil OOx— 5 E—Mefzger, Torre. DP—St. Louli 3. LOB—Houston 13, St. Louis 8. 2B— Brock, Simmons, N.MIIIer. 3B—Simmons. HR— Blaslngame O). SB—Beauchamp. S— Blaslngame, Metzger. SF—Cardenal. IP H R ER BBSO 5 64321 2 3 1 1 61-3 9 11-3 1 2-3 3 2-3 0 Blaslngame (L.l-1) J.Ray Gladding Carlton (W,2-0) ... Drabowsky Brunet Limy WP—Blaslngame 1 0 2 0 1 0 345 1 1 2 000 0001 2. T—?,:38. A—11,270. Monday's Results San Francisco 5, San Diego 0 Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3, 11 innings Cincinnati 7, Atlanta 3 St. Louis 5, Houston 4 Los Angeles 4, Chicago 3 Only games scheduled r Tuesday's Games , Pittsburgh (Walker 1-0) at Philadelphia (Short 0-1), N Houston (Billingham 1-0) at St. Louis (Torrez 0-0) Cincinnati (Gullett 0-0) at Atlanta (Jarvis 0-1), N Chicago (Pappas 1-0) at Los Angeles (Singer 0-2),N New York (Gentry 0-1) at Montreal (Renko 1-0) Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N Houston at San Francisco Cincinnati at Atlanta, N St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Chicago at San Diego, N New York at Montreal cause they've mound." 1 o w e r e d the PONY CARTS, WAGONS & HORSE CARTS 775-5655 THUE VALUE TRUE VALUE THUE VALUE SALES AND SERVICE NCR He~ain't"giving up though because he sat^ght here ^ 7 Toronto at New .York, fifth - - - »- P. r . ~° , ~ ^ ,_ „•* I.L_ T —j ;. game of best-of-7 series tied 2- and told me" he fs staying "at Comstock "if the Lord is willing and the school board renews his contract." 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