Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 25, 1971 · Page 10
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PORTS FETE SET Hal Underwood Wildcat Speaker Fred Brien, president of the 11971 Del Rio High School •Wildcat Booster Club [announced Saturday that the [organization has elected to [sponsor an All-Sports banquet I to honor Wildcat and WUdkit (athletes who have lettered and [seniors who participated in ganized sports during the 1970-71 seasons. Brien announced that Hal Underwood, former golfing ace ! at DRHS and present member ! of the USPGA's touring pros, has accepted the Booster Club's invitation to be the guest speaker for the event. The banquet is set for Monday, May 17, in the Civic Center where "girl athletes will be feted and fed the same as the boys who dedicate themselves to the .various athletic teams at Del Rio High School," commented Brien. The Booster Club president pointed out that the organization met and voted on the "type" of club festivities best suited to pay tribute to the formal sports program at the high school. It was decided an All-Sports banquet for BOTH boys and girls would serve the purpose. The Booster Club members also were In accord with the ptan to ask Underwood to address the banquet honorees and guests. Contacted In Houston the former Wildcat golf star "accepted graciously" when he learned that the proposed date would not conflict with his golf tour. Known as "The Red Baron" because of his red hair Underwood made golfing news both as a high school and collegiate competitor for Del Rio and the University of Houston. His professional debut was interupted by a stint In the service last year but the former Del Rioan has managed to crack the national PGA touring pros' headlines several times this spring. The Red Baron forced Gary Player to go two extra holes in the Greater Jacksonville Open on March 21 before the ex-Del Rioan settled for the runner-up spot in the Florida golf classic. Underwood, in taking the didn't even know the color of the green." Since his epic match with the famed South .African Underwood has added extra money on the PGA tour and established himself, at the age of 25, as a continuing threat for many years. Booster prexy Brien said the club is "most happy to have Underwood as the All-Sports banquet guest of honor-speaker," and added, "We are sure he'll have some interesting comments for the banquet crowd and we feel that a lot of Del Rioans would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to the Queen City's fine touring golf professional/ Tickets for the banquet go on sale Monday morning at Ace Hardware, Howard-Brien Motor Co., the two Del Rio banks. Thrifty Drug and Del Rio Pharmacy at $4.00 per plate. DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Sunday, April 25. 1971-11A Diamond Race Reaches Midpoint in Deadheat The first orbit of the District 14-AAA West Zone school boy baseball schedule wound up Friday night with Kerrville and Staub's Homer Downs Astros COMING HOME-Hal Underwood, currently on the PGA tournament circuit will be the speaker for the 1st annual All-Sports Banquet sponsored by the Del Rio High School Wildcat Booster Club, May 17. 'The Red Baron" played his high school golf at Dei Rio and his college golf at the U. of Houston before joining the PGA. second place check of $14,300 declared, "I was so nervous I Chili, Cologne, Orchids Spice Wrestling Here Cy Cotes Fifth In Regional Golf When All-Star TV Wrestling of Texas returns Thursday, April 29, the Val Verde 4-H Club pavilion in the County Fairgrounds will be spiced with chili, cologne and orchids. The chili comes in the form of a new popular heavyweight named Pepper Gomez who meets the highly unpopular but current Texas champion Johnny Valentine. The cologne and orchid bit belongs to "Georgeous George II," the most colorful, sweet-scented, flower child of the grunt and groan game today. His opponent is "Mr. Wrestling," a masked marvel of TV fame and like the Georgeous one will be making his Queen City debut. The Gomez-Valentine bout is the mainliner with the Georgeous George-Mr. Wrestling match as the semi-feature. A third bout pits Col. Stu Gibson, of Kentucky against Gentle Ben Matta on the card which opens at 8:30 Thursday night. Peacocks Retain Early Bird Lead The Peacocks won 4 games from the Pin Tails Friday morning to keep their first place position in the Early Birds Bowling League. The Sandpipers, who hold second place in the league, lost 3 games to the Flamingos, and the third ranked Kee Wees split 2 and 2 with the Ravens. The Tweetie Birds took 4 games from the Ostriches, along with the Humming Birds who won 4 from the Spare-o's, Canaries, and the Roadrunners. The T-Birds won the high team 3 game series with a 1704, and they also took second in the high game with a 597. The Tweetie Birds were right behind them hi both categories, taking second in the high team series, and third in the high game with scores of 1698 and 587. The Flamingos took third in the high team series with a 1654, and the Humming Birds had the high game with a 623. Dot Ludich took first place honors in the high series and the high game on scores of 511 and 233. Doris Dover was second in the high series .with a 507, and Evelyn Barbour was third with a 495. In the high game Daisy O'Callaghan was second, and Betty Jolly was Pin Setters Sweep Alley Cats Series The Pin Setters won 4 games from the Alley Cats in Bowling Terms League action Wednesday morning. In other action in the league, the Hit and Miss took 3 to the Ten Pins' 1, and the Gutter girls split their series 2-2 with the Strike Outs. Claudia Patnode won both the high series and the high game with a 464 and 175. Lee Stone took second and third in the high series and high game respectively on scores of 450 and ,,158. Arieen Halfacre grabbed third place in the high series with her 420 and Mae Patterson won second in the high game with a 162. A's Trip Tigors OAKLAND (AP) . - Dick Green smashed a grand slam homer to highlight a five-run, six-Inning rally and .lead the red-hot Oakland A's past the Detroit Tigers 5-4 Saturday for their seventh consecutive victory. • ; ... • ,; - . i. . Leading 3-0 in the sixth, Detroit starter Joe Coleman walked Sal Bando and Rick Monday, then was lifted for re* i liever Tom Timmerman. who walked Dave Duncan, filling the bases. third with scores 184 respectively. of 188 and CORPUS CHRISTI-Cy Cates, Del Rio High School District 14-AAA medalist, experienced an "off-day" here Friday to post an 82 first round score in the Region IV golf meet and wound up Saturday with a good round of 75 for a 157 and fifth place. Cates and his coach Joe Brown prepped for the Regional meet held here over Friday and Saturday at the Pharoah CC golf course on Del Rio's Laughlin AFB open-range course where simulated wind conditions have prevailed prior to the Corpus trip. Cates found Pharoah "calm" with exceptionally fine weather and no trace of the usual winds which predominate this coastal area. The Del Rioan soared to his 12 over par on Friday but settled nicely for his 75 on Saturday. ' David Gonzalez of Robstown won the coveted medalist title and with it a tri to Austin for the state playofi in early May. The Class AAA title at runnerup with 644, Tivy's No. 1 team took third with 645; Lampasas finished next with 649 and Tivy's No. 2 team, District 14-AAA champions, finished fifth with 678. Bishop followed with 725, Edcouch-Elsa was next with 881. Pharoah went to Sinton 641. Rockdale was with the ,*' CHAMP COMING-Texas heavyweight wrestling champion Johnny Valentine will meet the popular Pepper Gomez in the 4-H Club pavilion at the Vaf Verde County Fairgrounds Thursday night. All-Star wrestling reopens in Del Rio April 29 with a co-feature bout between Mr. Wrestling and Georgeous George 11. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - The crowd of 25,430 booed ex-Houston Astro Rusty Staub when he came to the plate here Friday night. " But when it was over Staub had a two-run homer and the Montreal Espos had a 3-2 vie- tory over the Astros and a slip, pery grip on first place in the National League East. The crowd was the largest yet this year In the Dome, drawn by the current Astro playing and "old fashion night' which offered beer for just five cents. But for the Expos, the heady stuff was not In a cup but IP the 12 percentage points which put them infirst place in their division in this young season. It took the two-run homer by Staub. the six-hit-chunking of Carl Morton and the final-out relief work of ex-Astro Mike Marshall to put them there. The loser was Don Wilson. Staub, shunted off to become a millionaire in Canada in a controversial trade, touched off a three-run uprising in the sixth inning to make a-loser out of Wilson. He would admit to no special feeling in clubbing the Astros with a home run hammer. . "This Is my third year away from here," saidStaub, the man the Canadians call La Grande Orange, "and there is always a little twinge of something or other when you come back. '1 made a lot of friends here and I made my home here, and when I come back here, I think of the people I know and of having played here for six years." "Naturally, I want to do good,"sald Staub. "I've got my folks in the stands and all the others I know here, so it's nice to do something like this." Staub's parents,Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Staub, came in from New Orleans to watch the game, he said. Staub's blast, his second homer, triggered the three run spree. Uvalcfe locked in a first place dead-hear at 3-1. San Felipe rests in the runnerup spot with a 2-2 tab and Dei Rip shares the show place at 1-3 with Crystal City. The Uvaide Coyotes outlasted the Del Rio Wildcats for a 6-5, 16-inning Honey Capital victory and the San Felipe Mustangs put a 13-3 convtncer on the Crystal City Javelins in the Spinach Capitol. Kerrville was idle. Tuesday's games pit Kerrville with Crystal and Uvaide against San Felipe as Del Rio takes an early week respite. ' Standings W 4000 41 0 NATIONAL AT HOUSTON MONTREAL HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl 5010 Metzger u 2001 0000 Morgan 2b 3110 Menke Ib 4111 Watwn If 3000 Radwr 3b 3110 cedeno cf 0000 JAloo rf 3000 Edwards c 3010 DWilson p 4011 JRay p 4020 Chiles ph 0000 Gladding p NMMIer ph Forseh p Bailey 3b Laboy 3b Hunt 2b Staub rf Fairly Ib Felr«y If Mashore If Day cf Data man c Win* u Morton p Marshall p Kerrville Uvaide • San Felipe Del Rio Crystal City 3 3 2 1 1 40 40 4 0 4 0 3000 1000 0000 1110 0000 1000 0000 Total 32 3 S 3 Total 32 2 i 2 Montreal 000 001 000—1 Houston 000 001 001 — 1 OP—Houston 2. LOB—Montreal 7, Houston S. 2B—Bailey, Watson, MenKe. 3D—Chiles. HR—Staub (2). SF—Metzger, Falrey. IP H R ER BBSO Morton (W.2-2) ....82-36 2 2 I 0 Man-shall 1-30 0 0 0 0 O.WIISOn (L.l-2) ... 52-3 B 3 3 1 1 J.Ray 1-30 0 0 0 0 •Gladding 2 0 0 02 0 Rams Invade Pearsall Today The Del Rio Rams play a single game with the Pearsall Cardinals this afternoon at 2 p.m. at Pearsall. Manager Pablo Rodriguez named Lenny Hough, Laughlin AFB serviceman to the starting pitcher's assignment with veteran Al Lopez to do the catching. The Rams will play their next home game in Roosevelt Park on Thursday, April 29. CAPITOL WHOLESALE CIGARS CIGARETTES- TOBACCO PRODUCTS "Service Is Our Business" 304 AYE. F. 775-8022 TV STARS IN PERSON THURS. APR. 29 MAIN EVENT JOHNNY VALENTINE (Texas Haavy Walgfht Chimp) -VS- PEPPER GOMEZ GORGEOUS GEORGE II WRESTLING STU GIBSON PAVILION CLUB GROUNDS 8oonSrf«3:30«t4-H Club Box Offic* Tickets BIG CAR OWNERS BEWARE Of The JAPANESE BEETLE h Is Highly CONTAGIOUS CAUTION If you fincj that you have become infected with the desire for.... Low maintenance requirements coupled with 25 mpg fuel economy and such advanced features as independent front and rear suspension, front disc brakes, and a 96 horsepower SOHC (single overhead camshaft) engine, You have probably already contracted DATSUN FEVER. 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