DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Monday, April 19, 1971-7 JIM'S WIN-Jim Cooper, left, accepts a Pfleuger spinning rod and reel from Fort Worth tackle rep Clarence Stewart of the Stewart and Stevenson Co. after Sunday's One-Plug contest for Amistad Bass Club members. Cooper won the heavy fish championship with a"4 Ib. 7 oz. largemouth black bass. (News-Herald Photo) Mayfield and Cooper Win One-Plug Derby Littler Wins Monsanto PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) "I just like to play well and get the job done," Gene Littler said. The quiet, unassuming veteran did both—lor the-first time in two years—Sunday when he survived a stretch battle with lanky George Archer and won the $30.000 first prize In the Monsanto Open Golf Tournament. Littler, a40-year-oldfrom La Aggie Nine Also Has '12th Man' f; , , •> - \ M ustangs Visit Wildcats Tuesday Jolla, Calif., had a final round four-under-par67fora 276 total and a three stroke margin over Archer, who faded back to a tie for second with Pete Brown at B79. Archer finished with a 70 and Brown had a 67. Bob Murphy, with four consecutive 70s, and Larry Wood, who had a closing 71, were next at 280. Johnny Pott, Ron Cerrudo and Mason Rudolph followed at 281 The One-Plug bass derby sponsored by Steward and Stevenson, tackle representatives of Fort Worth for members of the Amistad Bass Club Sunday on Amistad Lake produced a pair of co-champions. Red Mayfield, Del Rio garage operator and plastic worm builder, won the championship of the stringer division with 12 Ib. 5 oz. and rrrj MAYFtELD'S DAY-Red Mayfield is shown with the troll motor and mount he won in Sunday's One-Plug bass derby sponsored by Steward and Stevenson, tackle reps of Fort Worth for Amistad Bass Club members. Mayfield outdistanced a field of 65 contestants to make the heavy string title with 12 Ibs. 5 ozs. in the unique tourney that restricted the anglers to use of the Bill Norman Wounded Flash topwater lure. (News-Herald Photo) Jim Cooper, insurance and fishing tackle representative, copped the title in the single fish division with a 4 Ib. 7 oz. black bass. Fishing in the unique tournament which prescribed the use of only Bill Norman's surface scratching Wounded Flash lure, members of the Amistad club produced exceptionally well considering the delayed spawn and windy conditions at Big Friendly. Russ ShJvely won second string awards with 8 Ib. 11 oz. j and Art Summerfield's 3 Ib. 15 oz. bass was the solo runnerup. Dick Wolff had 7 Ib. 12 oz. for the show spot in the string division and Gary Jackson's 3 Ib. 7 oz. black won third in the heavy bass division. Carl Guys won fourth with 4 Ib. 15 oz. in the string section and James Lee Leonard's 3 Ib. 3 oz. took fourth in the individual weights. Ron,Stevenson, fishing with "partner,, Clarence Steward and Amistad Lake guide Bobby Smith caught a 4 Ib. 6 oz. black along with a string of smaller bass in a special test-run of a golden-hued Wounded Flash lure. The Fort Worth tackle reps made the award presentations and both lauded Amistad Lake for its "natural attractiveness and 'fishy atmosphere' and many-faceted angling areas." Steward prophesized, "Your Big Friendly is sure to become one of the country's top bass producing lakes in the near future, if it isn't already." His partner Stevenson added, "I travel all over the country and Amistad Lake compares favorably with the best bass spots now and surpasses many of the much older lakes." Both reps also expressed extreme satisfaction over the bass harvest turned in Sunday Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOS ANGELES - Ray "Windmill" White, 173%, Call- fornia, outpointed Chuck Hamilton, 171, Oakland, 12. Felipe Torres. 135. Los Angeles, taocked out Lovell Franklin, Oakland, 6. By MICHAEL A. LUTZ Associated Press Sports Writer The 12th man tradition at Texas A&M has extended into the coaching ranks and shifted to baseball. The current personification of the original 12th man who came out of the stands to help the Aggie football team is Terry Logan, who until last Monday had been a 22-year-old coach of the Texas A&M junior varsity. But unlike the original 12th man. who never actually got into the game. Logan was thrust .into the middle of a crucial Southwest Conference baseball race last week. When A&M head Coach Tom Chandler was forced to the sidelines by a ruptured disc, Logan moved in as acting head coach until Chandler returns. It appeared the move couldnt have come at a worse time. The Aggies were facing a crucial SWC 3-game series with Texas Tech, which could take the lead from the Aggies by sweeping the series. But under Logan, the Aggies took a non-conference doubleheader from the University of Houston and then swept the series with Tech to remain firmly in the driver's seat in the SWC and they certainly didn't hurt their No. 4 ranking nationally by Collegiate Baseball magazine. As it turned out, the Aggies won all three games to increase their season mark to 29-3 and keep the SWC standard perfect at 12-0. They face TCU in Fort Worth this weekend before their showdown with perennial champion Texas in the final three-game series. District 14-AAA West Zone features an all-city baseball game between the Del Rio Wildcats 0-2 and crosstown San Felipe Mustangs 1-1 Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 p.m. on Wildcat Field. The Herd will be the visitors and Coach Red Soto has Wayne Benson ready for mound duty with David Moncibais as the receiver. Glenn Blanks at first base, Jerry Fay at second base, Gene Flores at shortstop and Tony Lomas at third base complete the Mustangs inner defense. But, Coach Soto put a crimp into the host's scouting reports on the Herds' outfield this morning. Recent returnees from 1970 starting berths, Frank Guzman and Joe "Lefty" Garcia will make their opening lineup debuts in left and center with Leon Best in right. ' San Felipe conies to Wildcat Field with a win over Uvalde and a loss to Kerrville while host Del Rio greets the Herd with losses to Kerrville and Crystal City In zone play. Del Rio Coach Bob Denison has nominated Ceasar Sotelo to pitch Tuesday with Mario Hernandez behind the plate. Jerry Lee, who hurled the two previous league contests will play first base, Mike McDonald will be at second base, Keith Wilcox at shortstop and Gary Rodriguez at third base. The Cats' outfield will have veteran Rob Henderson in right, either Fred Stevehfc or George Flynn in left and either Bobby Rosas or Felix Garcia In center. Tuesday afternoon's contest, billed as a pitcher's duel also has the aspects of a long-ball contest between Herd hurler Benson and Wildcat first baseman Lee. Gene Flores, Mustang shortstop and Sotelo, Cat starting hurler, also add to the hard-hitting possibility. Elsewhere in the West Zone Kerrville. league leader with a 3-0 tab faces 1-1 Uvalde hi the Hill Country as Crystal City remains idle Tuesday. Cowboys Revomp Front Office Mexico Sports Leader Clark Flores, 62, Dies MEXICO CITY (AP) - Gen. Jose de Jesus Clark Flores, an International sports figure and head of Mexican sports the past 20 years, has died at the age of 62. Clark Flores, a robust, jovial military man, died early Sunday of heart failure at his home here—only a few months before the event he cherished most, the Pan American Games in Call, Colombia. • „ „ , Relatives said one of Clark Flores'last wishes was that the games not be postponed. They said he was aware of the problem Colombians are having getting ready for the event. Clark Flores was head of the Pan American Sports Organization and from 1966 to 1970 was SEARS Chain Link Fence idle 59* ft. 4 Ft. Ht. Gates and 'Terminal Post Extra Free estimates Call John Duncan Alfonso Guerra ,Tele. 775-7521 vice president of the International Olympic Committee. After starting out in Mexican sport in the 1920s, Clark Flores entered international sport in the early 1950s. He was president of the Mexican Olympic Committee from 1950 to 1953 and from 1959 to 1966. Clark Flores was involved with the Pan American Games from their beginning. He was a member of the ICC's executive commission, later becoming vice president and serving on several other commissions and committees. His intervention helped win the site of the 1968 Olympics. Clark Flores' diplomatic talent and his clear understanding of the separation of sport and politics was apparent in 1966 during the Central American and Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico when he helped smooth out the problems raised by Cuba's participation in the event held in U. S. territory. WE MOVED WIPFF'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES TO OUR NEW LOCATION 225S.MAII* FORMERLY the HENSON HOTEL Coma By « ViiH Our Haw Store ATTENTION ALLSTATE POLICY HOLDERS WHOSE PROPERTY WAS DAMAGED IN THE RECENT WINDSTORM: EMERGENCY CLAIM SERVICE Allstate has a complete claim crew in Del Rio Today. Call 775-5919 to report your damage. Call today, do not wait. Report your loss to: 115-5919 ) DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League advanced two front office men to vice presidents Saturday and made several other . changes 'in what Tex Schramm, president and general manager, called a general reorganization. Named vice presidents were Al Ward and Gil Brandt. Brandt has been with the Cowboys as player personnel director since the club was formed. He now will be in charge of all personnel development. Ward joined the team in 1966 as public relations director and was named assistant general manager a year later. He is vice president for administration. Schramm elevated scout Dick Mansperger to director of player personnel, and named Joe Bailey to replace former business manager Tom Hardin who resigned to go into publishing. The Cowboys beefed up the scouting department with the additions of Jim Valek, Ron Meyer and Lyle Klein on full time. Klein has been a scout for the team for seven years. Valek comes to the club from Illinois while Meyer comes from Purdue. Mansperger became a Cowboy scout in 1966. Bailey has been in the scouting department for a year. ARE YOUR VOCALS COMING THROUGH? If not check with us, we've got a custom 300 P.A. for rent. . . for more Information call or come by. Elmo Lopez Music Center 415 S. MAIN 775-8015 Need a TV repairman who gets the picture? Yellow Pages AWAflD WINNERS-First, third and fourth place winners in Sunday's Big Friendly Bass Club tournament on Amistad Lake went to Ferdy Calderon, left, Allan MacGillivray and Arturo Sotelo. Second Tarize winner Tommy LaFrance eluded the photographer. Calderon had a three-bass total of 8 Ib. GYz oz. LaFrance had 8 Ib. 4 1 /* oz. MacGillivray had 7 Ib. 4'/* oz. and Sotelo had 6 Ib. 14 1 / a oz. Calderon also had the top weighted fish of 3 Ib. 15'/2 oz. AUTO DAMAGE CLAIMS HARTFORD INSURANCE CO. Wednesday and Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Holiday Inn — Room 147 Look for the Hartford Sign Drive-In Auto Claim Service Please Have Car Clean Firemans Fund Insurance Co. Wednesday & Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Holiday Inn Room 257 South Side Of Holiday Inn Look For Red Fire Hat Sign Drive-In Auto Claim Service Royal Globe Ins. Co. 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