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El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas · Page 14

El Paso, Texas
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Friday, April 29, 1966
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__'ction A-- Page Fourteen Game With Russia Next -U.S. Cagers Rap Brazil united Pr«s i nternatiortoi .Wednesday night's shocking loss three-way battle for the World Amateur Basketball Championship, enjoyed a day off today prior to its crucial meeting with Russia in the tournament finale tomorrow night. The Yanks boosted their record to 4-1 and maintained a first- _ . _.. place deadlock with Yugoslavia ward from Western Kentucky, last night by ripping Brazil 77-61. 'was the big man for the U.S. with U P quick lead against Brazil, upset conqueror of Russia earlier this week. The United States led 36-23 at intermission and extended this advantage to 43-23 early int he second half. DAREL CARRIER, a 6-6 for- Earlier in the evening, the Yu goslavs trounced Chile 91-73. RUSSIA, WITH a 3-1 mark, engages Bulgaria tonight and can force a three-way tie for the lead by winning. The U.S. rebounded well from! 26 points, including six field goals in the first eight minutes of play. Harold Sergent of Morehead State and Jay Miller of Notre Dame contributed 11 points each to the U.S. attack. High scorer for Bra-'Jl was Wlamir Marquez with 15 points. PCL Roundup-- EL PASO HERALE-FOST, Friday. April 29, 1966 Wins GC Feature Darrah to Lead Run at Mr. SAC Hurler Has 2nd Shutout United Press I ntemotlonot Shutouts are getting to be a habit for young Ron Tompkins of Vancouver. Diego nipped Oklahoma City, 3-1 Merrit Ranew's homer got Seattle off m front of Hawaii, but the Islanders rallied as Brant Alyea United Press International ALBANY, Calif., April 29. Jockey Roy Yaka booted Rullah Thumb to a length and a half victory over favored city in the feature race at Golden Gate fieids. Snipe and Snails placed third. Rullah Thumb paid $9.60 straight and was clocked in 1:09 1-5 for six furlongs. United Prt» International SAN FRANCISCO. April 29. Jack Darrah of Moraga was named captain of the U.S. Junior Davis cup squad yesterday. Darrah, :M, coached Miramont: High School to six foothill league net titles in 1958-J963, turning out squads that were undefeated in 37 league matches. United Press International PORTLAND, Ore.. April 29. -Dyrol Burleson and Jim Grelle, two of the nation's fop milers, may race against each other tomorrow in the Mt. San Antonio College relays in California. Both former University of Oregon stars are entered in the meet. . He followed up his brilliant one- an d jj m Sau | hit for the distance, hitter against Spokane with a six-j But two-run singles by Bubba hit blank job over Tacoma last night as the Mounties took a 7-0 win. Vancouver meanwhile slapped out 11 hits and piled up their runs in a series of short rallies. THE NIGHT'S only other PCL action found Seattle powering to a 9-4 win over Hawaii while San Bowling "This is the part I hate about being a boxer," 5KYLANES MIXED LEAGUE SUNSET RED ROOSTER LEAGUE Nlcol'i Music WVHl^i; Pete's Rushlalr united PiumblriO 96-3!, Vlc'l Five 84-36 - · - - ""- - Pocking Co. im-im. Wnlle Cros! Illness Confines Rojas to Bed United Press International CONFINES --22 Sports PHILADELPHIA, April 29,--Cookie Rojas, outfielder-second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies, was German Cyclist Hit by Auto United Pr»M International COLOGNE, Germany April 29. -- Lothar Claesges, a West German professional cycling star, was struck by a car during a road workout yesterday. Claesges, who was on the 1964 gold-medal sweeping b i c y c l e team in Tokyo, was badly hurt in the accident. MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE? See Roy L. Forman ONLY DYER LOCATION 4820 Dyer 566-1111 "Wt WrlH Anr Rlrt" SR 1T1 Filed SATURDAYS 'TIL I P.M. Morton and Julio Gotay helped Seattle roll to victory. Angel Ace Rudy May hurled the win. San Diego hurler Bruce Brubaker spun the victory over Okla- oma City ace Chris Zachary but elief help by Morrie Steevens nd veteran National League star ;d Roebuck saved the bacon for Brubaker. 5i; Wayne Brown 279-572; Jim Travis 3CO-563; Jay Porvln 2W-557; Bob Pena 209-551." Cnnrles Flreng 105-536. Ab-raaes--Alicia Vasquez and Shirley Oliver 157; Woynt Brown 182. SAUNDERS-McAPEF LEAGUE Collisions 73-35, Four Casualties «·«. Tornoaoi! «,«, Windstorm! 4U7, Thieves *0'A-*7Vi, Four Cancellations S8"^49Mi, Liabilities 5S'/i-J«. Twisters 5(-50. Sandblasters 52-54, Hooders SIVWSVi, Cyclones «VM«V4. Writers «'«!». Hurricanes 47-01, Speeders 47-S1, Covers All 3W9. In- lurrf! 27rt-M'A. WEEK'S HIGH--Barbara English ?»- 515, Mary de Mars »2-!H-i7i, Bea Robjon 197-M8 Morcy Acord 190-540, Nlchlc Thlese 5Q.i». Mildred Skender 197-5!!, Betty Brartan 190-5:9. Dorothy Wrla.nl 202. AVERAGE--June Scott 171- MONDAY MIXED LEAGUE Trl-Slate Bawllns 8W3, Sun Country Tr«!hy 73-53, Rlvlcra Resiouront 71W.56V., El Pnio Natural Gas o7V,.59'A. ?lxlt ElK- trie iS-a. Lucky Strikes 45-53. Powers Gun-1 jmltWnn 43-45, Mesa 10 Texaco M-45. Vic Thunberfl Motors 5B'/j-69'/3, Alley Scoopers j 57Vi-70Vi, Austin Scot Covrrs 54-74, Jones ] Business Services 41-87. WESK'S HIGHS-Pele Jo«oh JO?-»M-58S, | Paul Jones 2CO-571. Joe Home 571, Mary I Ann Marshall 199-537, Mona Loper 193-507, Cheryl La Fory 4B2. STARDUST LEAGUI! Richard TelIM All Slon 7T.-44. Manpower, Inc. 72-44, Chamos Aviation 67'A- 48'A, Hercules Lounge 67-49, ICaram Con- .trocIMn il-it. Sheraton Motor Inn W- 57 Trl-Stat* Bowling Supply 53-63, Sun Carnival Tournament SOWr-iSVs, Ramsey Steel a-t, LIJ1I* DlOF-erj 29-87. Week's Wuh-Oertle Guerrero 188, Pot Bode 1B8-50S. LADIES SPUR LEAGUE Southwestern Mill 7H«. C.D. Lee lnsyr-| anct 73-43, El Paso Bowling Supply 6!'ATM Tovar-s Flowers S7V,-IIV,. Velters Cleaners 43-S3, Dyseven Plumbing 59W- iS'/i, Acme Soorr Sboo 56-60. Uo S tf exl- Sn Food 55-61. Oiei Poree 1 Florist 5»- S». Mac's Drugs 52-S4, Mollys Basset! Center 37-79. Volley Bulane 34-82- Week's Highs -- Mory Payne 211.539, »irv AnWI 196-535, Frances Pharr 7J. 533. Lydle Vorgas 181-529, Theta Webb 184312. SENIOR CITIZENS MIXED L E» OU = C-W 79rt-32'A, Claro-Ed 67'*44'A, Le- cno-Rov 6^46 V-Z 59'*S3!-j. ChorUy-Mllt !?£, ErnleArchle 47-65, Brookle-Evelyn "wee "."'H^S'W,^, 5,5. Tom Palmer 505, Foster Chambers 485, Ed Ruthenbeck 194-446. POINTERS LEAGUE Slate Nallonol Bonk 69-31; Industrlol Uniform 56-H; Drf Norle 54-46; S ar Beouiy Solon «-«. A B Tlransmlislon 52-48; EKonomy Garage 44-54; Fjlslalf Brcierv 41-59; El Poso Meal 32-4J. week's hloh^Richle Arouelles 216-3?i; Bo« Perei 214-579; Benny Rodrlouei 211- S5J; Rnlpb Altrlp J02-551. High average- Bob Perei 175^ WHEN YOU THINK OF RADIATOR REPAIRING you Illln* llrst 01 BEN TURNER. 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