Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 19, 1971 · Page 5
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DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Monday, April 19, 1971-5 Brad By CARL Red Bradtey of the Texas Highway Department engineered a 2-up, one over par 17-hole round to win the 1971 San Felipe Country Club golf championship 'Sunday Eight Del Rio Teams In San Angela Tourney A custume dinner ring, ladies wrist watch and a special 14 karat gold-diamond dial ladies watch are objects of a treasure hunt which also boasts of $11,765 in cold cash April 24-25 in San Angelo. -. The event is the 17th annual Sherwood Open Bowling Tournament and eight Queen City teams will represent Highland Hills in the rich race. Veteran teams, Sue's Beauty Shop with nine appearances and the Sandpipers, with four, will return to Angelo to head a Queen City .contingent that includes Del Rio Pharmacy, Del Rio TV Cable Corp., The Honey Buns, H&K Furniture and the Hon-Do-Riders. A total of 212 teams will be rolling for the long green and glittering gold at San Angelo over this weekend with 396 sets of doubles, 792 singles and 665 all-events figured to pay off nearly 12 grand. The top Rams Defeat Piedras Negras Astro Additives Patrons of the Houston Astrodome5re in for a seige BM- _ . _ mmmm ^ -~..,. .—-. -^ ««••of fine b'aseball plus a lot of pilon starting Friday, April WOMEN BOWLERS TO VIE 23 •• ' ' " On that homestand night the 1st division Astros meet Montreal in Old Fashion Night with Nickel Beer and Button Night added. The next nite is Helmet Night and on Sunday, April 25, the scene will be Family Day and Astros Buddies Day. Monday, April 26, Philadelphia comes to the Dome and its Portrait Night with Joe Morgan the main target for cameramen. Tuesday, April 27, brings another Button Night and Wednesday, April 28, opens Ladies Night before the Astros get a dayoff. On Friday, April 30, the Yankees come to the Hofheintz hall for Astros Button Night followed by Saturday's Night and Sunday's. Family and Astros Buddy Day. One cute feature of Ladies Night is in the form of black Astros garters to be presented to the first 5,000 ladies entering the Dome. Another is a large pin-on Expos button going to the first 5,000 youngsters attending. This pin-on button is part of a collection which the Astro management will give away during their games this year. Besides that the Dome will stomp to a Dixieland Band, listen to Canada's singing sensation Andy Kim, a native of Montreal. • To top it all off the Astros will play good baseball. Come On Out There could be a future Astro on Wildcat Field diamond Tuesday afternoon when Del Rio hosts San Felipe at 4:15, so come on out to the ball game and see for yourself. The game is of Western division importance in District 14-AAA and promises to be a good one. We hope for a crisply played contest without the drags which have seeped into the earlier games. Cesar Sotelo will pitch against Wayne Benson and both are capable of low-hit allowances. A San Felipe win coupled with Uvalde's hopeful victory over Kerrville Tuesday would keML^the zone bunched up at the top and runnerup slots.' If Kerrville clips the Coyotes the Hill Country lads will be through the first of the two zone orbits with a 4-0 tab. Europe, Anyone? You don't even have to be a fisherman to make that sport give you a two-week trip to Europe (for two, yet!). The trip will include a ceremonial event at Cluses, France, a stopover in Geneva, five days in Gay Paree and six days in Monaco. . | Don't start packing until you've performed the necessities. Go to one of the News-Herald's many tackle store advertisers who handle fishing and hunting equipment for the Garcia Corporation, pick up a contest blank and you need not buy a thing unless you hanker to. The big deal is the 20-Millipnth Reel Contest sponsored by the Garcia people being held to mark the production of the 20-millionth Garcia-Mitchell reel. You will be asked to guess the exact month, day, hour and minute between May 1 and June 30 when that milestone will be reached. You gotta do it before June 1,1971. Home Front afternoon. Bradley defeated Bob Poole, Del Rio school superintendent The quiet excitement purcolating in the bosom of many Queen Citizens this week is for the Del Rio High School sprinters, Dennis Rowland, Albert Garcia, Gerald Land and Tommy Ratliff. ....'* ^ This fleet foursome form the nifty swifties for the Wildcats' .regionally qualified 440-yard baton passing posse and Rowland triples as the qualified 100-yard and 220-yard Queen City Comet. The boys will be carrying the honor of the Del Rio school, our fair city, and Southwest Texas in the Region IV meet this weekend in Buccaneer Stadium in Corpus Christi. . Each of the quartet are results of teamwork in the baton-handling department and products of long, hard hours of practice under the expert guidance of the imperturbable track and field coach Walter Levermann. The veteran coach may crack another semi-smile after the Buccaneer bit as he did after his thinclads won three events at last weekend's "intersectional" meet at the Alamo Stadium in San Antonio, propping for Corpus. Levermann is not the gung-ho, post-victory shouting type of mentor and when HE smiles approval you can bet he MEANS it deep down, That's 30. Astros Win The Del Rio Rams scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning Sunday afternoon to defeat Club Parrita of Piedras Negras, 7-5, and even the series between the teams at one-all. The Mexican club won the initial meeting 12-5 on April 1 and had then- 5-3 lead wiped out in the second contest Sunday afternoon in Roosevelt Park as the Rams batted around in the eighth frame to go ahead to stay. Lenny Hough, former semi-pro now in the U.S. Air Force at Laughlin, picked up the win as he scattered nine singles and left eight opposing runners stranded. Eloy Jiminez, Piedras Negras pitcher, was touched for 11 hits, 10 singles and a run-scoring double to Ram catcher Freddie Mireles who left after the game in company of teammate right fielder Roddy Felan for Ranger Junior College. The collegians stretched the long Easter holiday vacation after assisting the Rams to Sunday's win and another over .the Piedras Negras Astrps last week, Monday. All nine Ram starters got at least one hit with Laughlin GI Paul McCloud bagging a pair and alternate first baseman Lupe DeHoyos adding a single in his two late trips to the plate. Club Parrita plated three runs in the fourth inning as Hough bowed in with a pair of walks and a hit batsman twined around a pair of Ram boo-boos. The Piedras Negras club made it 4-0 an inning later without the aid of a base hit but with help from two more host miscues and a sacrifice fly. The Rams cut the Mexican lead to 4-3 in the bottom of the fifth on singles by Lingo Sandoval, McCloud and pitcher Hough and were helped by a Club Parrita error. Del Rio put the game on ice with its 4-tally eighth inning, Danny Chavira led off with a single and Mireles produced his two-base hit before Al Soto worked pitcher Jimenez for a base on balls. Jesse Suarez singled safely and Ram manager Pablo Rodriguez sacrificed a run home as a pinch hitter. McCloud and DeHoyos followed with clean singles to drive in the other two runs before Jimenez fanned Hough. Piedras Negras threatened in the ninth inning with a pair of singles and a walk but brilliant defense by the host club dampened the challenge. Mireles threw out the leadoff batter who dumped a bunt toward first base; Raul Duron singled and pinch hitter Cito Carrillo worked Hough for a walk. Felan tossed out Carrillo at second base with Soto making the tag and Chavira's throw to Soto got Hector Rodriguez on fielder's choice for the final out. RHE Piedras 000 311 000-5 9 2 Rams 000 030 04X-7 11 6 individual- scratch series will bring some talented maple mower the costume dinner ring; a ladies watch will go to the high solo handicap series and a Columbia "300" bowling ball will be awarded to the high individual scratch game. The kicker is the gold and diamond dial watch, a perfect tribute to any of the women contestants fortunate enough to roll a perfect 300 game. Del Rio teams will be rolling as units on Saturday and then form twin-teams and soloists for Sunday's Sherwood finale. Eileen Albert, Charlotte Duncan, Marty Burlingame, Kay Burk, Lorraine Proctor, Blondie Trent, Irene Sales and Betty Payne will captain the Del Rio teams. The annual Sherwood Open is the classic ..invitational tournament which attracts top teams from the state to the twin Concho city. Brackett's Roster Set Special to the News-Herald B RACKETTVILLE-The Brackettville team which will compete in the Babe Ruth League at Del Rio this year announced its roster today following tryouts for the team. The squad includes Ruben Terrezas, Bobby Glim, Freddie Neuman, Ernest Jaso, Gil Castro, Butch Hadsell, Kenneth Ward, Joe L. Terrazos, Bobby Bryant, Terry Perry, Butch Smallwood, Raul Cervantez, Ernest Rodriguez, Charlie De la Rosa and Billy Moreno. Hurlers will be Hadsell, Gum, Neuman, Jaso, Ward and De la Rosa. Ray Smallwood will coach the team. A practice game has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in Del Rio. and two-time club champion, on the 17th hole to win the club's Rotating Trophy and prevent Poole from retiring the award. The trophy may be permanently won by any SFCC member who wins it three times. Poole had two victories going into Sunday's finals. The championship match was close all the way as was the consolation championship bout between Hiram Johnson who defeated Carlos Garcia. First flight champion was Jimmy Sellers who beat Noble Taylor and consolation king was Bobby Virgil Cauthorn who turned back Vernon Call. Second flight champion was Louey Younts who beat John Hunnicutt . and consolation king was Lyster Brumley who eliminated Jim'Morgan. While Poole's title bid failed after 17 holes the veteraiv, two-time champion will still enjoy a club title trophy in the Poole household. Mrs. 1 Poole (Susan) won the SFCC women's championship defeating Elizabeth Stull in an earlier tourney. Dottie Menge won the championship consolation and Betty Moon took first flight honors over Dorthea Hardin. Lounetta Morgan was first flight consolation winner. . STCC professional Jack Sellers announced the upcoming first annual Bud McKinney tournament for May 1-2. Sellers stated that McKinney, now of Dallas, "learned his golf at the San Felipe CC course and has played here for years." McKinney will host the best ball 4-man team classic and sponsor a cocktail party for all contestants and their guests at S:W: 8m&&S^^ Scoreboard the club. Sellers added that the May 1-2 tourney will feature A-B-C-D class players to be set up by a special committee prior to the Saturday, May 1, 1:15 p.m. shotgun start. Deadline for registering has been set at 6 p.m., Friday, April 30 at the pro shop, Sellers announced. ** s l Cv % Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Saturday's Results No games scheduled. Sunday's Results Eastern C onference Final Baltimore .113. New York 96, best-of-7 series tied 3-3. Western Conference Final Milwaukee 116, Los Angeles 98, Milwaukee wins best-of-7 series, 4-1, Monday's Game Baltimore atTCew York, seventh game of best-of-7 series. Tuesday's Games No games scheduled. ABA Saturday's Results East Division Final Virginia 142, Kentucky 122, best-of-7 series tied 1-1. West Division Final Utah 121, Indiana 108 Utah leads best-of-7 series 2-1. Sunday's Results No games scheduled. Monday's Games East Division Final Virginia vs. Kentucky at Louisville Only game scheduled, Tuesday's Games West Division Final Indiana vs. Utah at Salt Lake City. NHL Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday's Results No games scheduled. Sunday's Results Quarter-finals Montreal 4, Boston 2, Montreal wins best-of-7 series 4-3, Semifinals New York 2, Chicago 1, overtime, New York leads best-of-7 series, 1-0. Tuesday's Games. Semifinals New York at Chicago, 2nd game of best-of-7 series. Minnesota at Montreal, 1st game of best-of-7 series FANTASTIC PUBLIC AUCTION EVERY FRI. . . NITE-? P:M. See Acl On CLASSIFIED PAGE RED SAILS-Red Bradley won the 1971 San Felipe Country Club championship Sunday afternoon with a 17-hole, 2-up, 1-under par round to'turn back Bob Poole's bid at a 3rd title. (News-Herald Photo) SINUS SUFFERERS Here's good news for you! Exclusive now "hard core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongeilanl tablet! act Initanllv and tonllnuoujly t°. drain and clear all naial-iinus cavitlgi. One "hard core" tablet give* you up To B noun relief from pain and pressure of congestion, Allows you to breathe oailly—stops watery ayes and runny noie. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR AT wilhoul need for o preicrlpliart. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try II today! Introductory Offer Worth $]50 Cut out this ad—take to Here listed. Purchase one pock of SYNA-CtEAR 12'i and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR I 2-Paclc Free. PAYLESSDRUG TRUE VALUE TRUE VALUE TKUE VALUE TRUE VALUE TRUE VALUE TRUE VALUE Baseball Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League East Division National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore Wash. Boston New York Cleveland Detroit West California Oakland Milwaukee Kansas City Minnesota Chicago 8 6 6 5 4 4 2 6 6 6 5 T^ .800 .500 .500 .455 .444 ^.364 — 3 3 3Vfe 3% 4Vfe Division 8 9 .6 6 4 4 4 5 5 7 8 9 .667 .643 .545 .462 .333 .308 — — IVfe 2% 4 4Vfe Montreal St. Louis Pittsburgh New York Chicago Phila. West San Fran. Atlanta Houston Los Angeles Cincinnati San Diego 5 7 7 5 4 3 3 . 5 . 5 . 625 583 583 .4 .556 9 .308 7 .300 — — — Vfe 3% 3 Division 11 7 8 5 3 3 Saturday's 2 4 6 8 7 8 .846 .636 .571 .385 .300 .273 — 3" 3% 6 6% 7 Results /™*l» J *•» r» rt *% Q IUSSELL HARDWARE 506 E. Gibbs LA LOS ANGELES (AP)-Pitcher Jack Billingham thinks his Houston Astros have a shot at the National League pennant, even though not highly regarded at the start of the season, "We're better than the Dodg« ers/'BiHlngham said flatly after Houston blasted Los Angeles 8-6 Sunday to take two of the three games in the Dodger Stadium series. "We've got a great chance to win it all. It'll be a rough race in the Western Division. Anyone can take it and we've got as good a chance as anyone. Houston showed the Dodgers good pitching and plenty of power in belting 15 hits including Joe Morgan's first home run of the year, a three-run blow in a five-run fiftji-inning against Claude Osteen. The Astros are idle today, then continue' their road trip Tuesday in Chicago. Billingham scattered seven hits in notching the victory, his second without a loss, but required ninth inning help from Ge'orge Culver. One of the blows off Bllling- harn was^Wes—Parker'a^first home run of the season, a two- run shot to right iri the fourth. "We have the pitching-in the front line as well as the bullpen-and we have a man at ;every position," Billingham continued in appraising the Asttos' chances in the National West. Houston pounded on Osteen for five runs in the fifth, three "of them on Morgan's homer and two more on successive doubles by Denis Menke, Bob Watson and Doug Rader. Morgan, who drove in four runs for the day, got another one home in the sixth with a sacrifice fly when Houston scored two more times. Hiatt singled home the eighth run in the seventh. Parker's homer and a run- scoring single by Steve Garvey. provided Los Angeles with a 3-0 lead. It was quickly wiped aside by the Astros' five-run fifth. The Dodgers got an unearned run in the seventh and Garvey tripled home Duke Sims and later scored on Jim Lefebvre's infield out in a brief ninth-inning flareup. HOWTOMabrhb , LOSAN ° E a LbE r S h bl *e,z 9 er_». H >!»£%% 5?§S 4120 WParKer ib 4 1 \ 2 5221 RAIIen If 3 1 0 0 5021 Slm» C 4 11 0 5010 Garvey 3b 3222 5000 Buckner rf 3010 3231 Valentin* a 3 0 0 0 4010 Letebvre ph 1 0 0 1 Saturday's Results Detroit id, Boston 9, 10 innings New York 5, Baltimore 3, 10 innings Washington 5, Cleveland 3 California 4, Minnesota 3 Kansas City 5, Milwaukee 3 Chicago 4, Oakland 0 Sunday's Results Boston 1, Detroit 0 Baltimore 11, New York 6 Washington 4-0, Cleveland 0-1 California 5, Minnesota 4 . Kansas City 2-2, Milwaukee 1- Morgan 2b MenKe ib Watson I! Rader 3b JAlou rl Cedeno ef Hiatt c Bllllnghm p Culver p • Oakland 11-6, Chicago 2-1 Monday's Games Kansas City (Rooker 0-2) at Minnesota (Kaat 1-0) Cleveland (Foster-1-0) at Boston (Nagy 0-0) Only games scheduled. Tuesday's Games Oakland at California, night Kansas City at Minnesota Chicago at Milwaukee Baltimore at Detroit, night Washington at New York Cleveland at Boston Pittsburgh 2, New York 0 St. Louis 4, San Diego 0 Atlanta 6, Philadelphia 2 ,.' Montreal 3, Cincinnati 2 Houston 5, Los Angeles 3 Sunday's Results San Francisco 5-8, Chicago 11 New York 5-X Pittsburgh 2-2 St, Louis 4, San Diego 2 Atlanta 5, Philadelphia 4, 10 innings Montreal 3-5, Cincinnati 2-3 Houston 8, Los Angeles 6 Monday's Games Los Angeles (Button 0-2) at San Diego (Roberts 0-1), night St. Louis (Reuss 1-1) at San Francisco (Rebergerl-0) Only games scheduled ' Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at Montreal Atlanta at Pittsburgh, night Houston at Chicago New York at Cincinnati, night Los Angeles at San Diego, night St. Louis at San Francisco, night. 0000 Osteen p Vance p Halter ph OBrlen p SiKlakls ph 1000 1000 1000 0000 1000 Total Houston . (1), \ 40 815 8 Total -1;-..... 0 0 0 0 5 2 LM"Anoeles 000100 . — - . e-j"AUxr 2. LOB-HOMtOn 8, UOt Anoeln 3. SB-Menk.. WatMj.,. Rad.r-1 3B—Metzger, arvey. HR—W.Parker Morgan (1). SF—Morgan. ^ R Billingham (W.2-0) 8 745 Culver ', 1 0 $ J Osteen (L.i-l) 41-3 9 5 5 vamce 22-3 6 ^ 3 OBrlen Save-Cufver 2:43. A—19,097. 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