The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 28, 1966 · Page 10
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(lit Yzgt»u.tm Monday, February 28, 1966 Events Postponed— Sports Weekend Dull By JOE Sun Sports Editor This was the weekend wa s supposed to have beer, for! the Robert E. Lee Ganders, but jder track team and baseball i The previously rained out La- j while in a comfortable lead, was I team were washed out by the mar track meet will be reeled j scratched when Littlefield Pittsburgh No Longer Fight City CHICAGO <AP> — Pittsburgh f or the Cas * <1O" While the track team was run- ' • Independance Day, but jreiay consisted of Kenny fight. preli • through the rain and early the Ganders will not be present Ion, Uttlefield Dwight Densonj iminaries at the Redskin Re-: due to a University Inrerscho j and Bill Askey. | i out of the Clay-Ernie Terrell Chicago is likely to b not Bangor, Maine. The State of Maine, host to Were Unseeded— REL Girl's Doubles Wins SAN ANTONIO (Sp) — Un-.Melissa Galloway of Pearsall of Austin McCollum. 6-0. 6-1. in seeded and unaccustomed to the'in the finals. {the first round of the boys sin- playing conditions they were] The Hill-Atkins team fromigles action. REL's Jim Standley arsubjeed to heren the , MI T^iii i liiifn ic 3 os. m*^ A vtk-Lo>n.iii i we — — - i ---_-.._ ill it* O lei Li* OI Vltllilt? rirKT if turned out to be the weekend;, ^ Houston> just ag sleady lastic League ruling that pro-; Askey posted a 51.4 to quali-; the high!v controvert! loud y that never w»s. a* both the Can--_ dwnpo ,. r plagll ed the homeihibrts such an action unless itjfj m the open «0. mating)disputed "and .-enerallv derided _ ounds of Don Treuhardfs' ^ a school holiday, me Goose j against a driving wall of rain.j second n a ht between ~Clav anri People 50 to 80 Tear Out This Ad baseball team, scheduled for a .Creek School District doe s notj Junior high jumper Jimmy Sa-jsonny Listen Schools Tournament. Robert E. • tourney and the Pearsall team Lee sophomore Royce Marshall:had drawn the title of second and Cimille Bunting unexpect-| seeded, edly walked away with the girls i "The team of Bunting and was fifth seeded in the fell to highly respected Mike 'the first pitch or threw on the; and mail it today to find;first piece cf equipment, now: a little accomplished, although; "The weather flu and a sore arm." Baytown Junior High ace Robert Page opened with a first of San Antonio Eisenhower. &-0. S-0 and took a 6-2. 6-1 second round win over John Timmons before losing to highly ranked Charle s Black of Corpus Christi. After drawing a bye in the iton said of the senior-sophomore | jng round of 'girl's singles play first round, the Marshall-Bunt- Due to adverse weather con-; combo. "But they adjusted toj and went on lo dump Sandy I ing team took a 6-0. 6-0 win ditions and the semi-final and the playing conditions real welljjjQQng o j corpuj Christi Car roll.) over Bonnie Mederios and Mary finai action was switched to the:arid took a quick 4-0 lead in thejg_ 3i g^j in the se cond round, be-!Huntsman of Jefferson in the s i Trinity University and St.l'inals on the indoor surface. j fore f a ia n g to defeat in the!second round, advancing to the akesthe! next round. semi-finals against Hill and At- Nye of Corpus Christi King. 36. 6-3, 6-3, in the second round. Sophomore Karen Wheeler de•* " I ---- — ------ — -j*j^« iv* 1 1 n-»* tr J.VCL.I tt» <» t iv*. iv ^ w^ doubles championship after de- i Marshall was actually an untried jf eated Shirley Greenwood of feating second and fifth seeded i team." REL Coach Clint Nettle- 1 Jefferson, 6-0. 6-2. in her open' teams. can be: "Karen did not play as playedj We u as her capabilities." Nettle- Per-;,, a tour- 1 said _ -- she sti u in tne out how vou can still apply for'havin° to await their regular!-.•;dropping the baton on the 440-;Rockhold said. the same kind of Ufe insurance I scheduled opener at 4 p.m. Fri'-l^ard relay was one of them.: everything was .„_ ^ ^ „„„.„.,, llrc , policy available when you were ;d agains1 r A(i Houston Milbv i whereas the baseball squad suf-jbe. \ou can stand being wet. j commission will give it the go- Betty AUVUIS ui ._*«»« *-«-- - . = , h cummer him- _' - , •' ' K " „„ th <;„,.;„<* Rranrh Invi'at'onal younger Once your application :_-„ = Gand-r reld" ; fwed nothing but disconent. bu* when you are wet and cold.!ahead m-'an in the semi's anrt a 6-4 '' ft p :, er lr> une summer mm .process 01 tuning up her game the Spring Branch In%Kat.onai. is approved, the policy car- be' ±>UIIS on ^ s r ; ^ ^ . . ,. ., ~-i, that'- nr> PWV! And that'^ ii,=r 7 - T,- « (m^an in the semis ana a b-.., S elf. said. !=ft»^ = u^v-.i™,, H™,t «rirh thf-'tvirfnv and .Saturday, carried thTrest of vour life Track Coach Beverly Rock-! Gander junior huroler Billy j«wt s no good And that s just, Ana a Pittsburgh kins. . Next, Nettleton gathers his victorious group up for a trip 'o name, address and year of 'holds trackmen will have a lit-;L>ttlefceld managed to post the! u ?. a . l . u £.*^- "f an f «" d - (Withdrew an ofier ,o stage the Handle entirely by mail. No., ]on<Ter wa j t ^a- does Treu- :best ^""-e in both the high and! L ^^ oui kids looKed realjbout if it's kicked out of Illinois. one wiil call! Simply send youri K J r . HtV = , ' . - next; low events in the prelims, 14.9'Sood, Rockhold said of what) But a s:x>kesman for Sam Mi- ll'come Saturday at'"» the hish hurdles and 19.9 inj£ ad bee " ™ n - " w > looked a Iot; c haol. co-promoter of the Clay" he low hurdles. IT ^ -" V* 10 " 5 ! 11 we would -|U •The 440-yard relay team.ir * U e * iel ^ ls ^ a!ly g°;jsa !the better hurdlers around. . promoter 5.3 win ovcr Ramona KU e and After beating Mark Davenport (after a week-long bout with the Friday and Saturday. Super—Market-^ Carl 6400 BAY WAY DRIVE SPECIALS FOR MON.-TUES.-NOON WED. DOUBLE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY GRAPETTE 6 BOTTLE CARTON RINSO MELLORINE NYLONS BACON TOMATOES LUNCH MEAT Biue GT. Detergent BOX 49 With 2.50 or more Purchase Borden's V 2 GALLON CARTON LADIES SEAMLESS 51 GA. 15 DEN 2 FOR Neuhoff s Dry Cure Breakfast LB. VINE RIPE LIBBY'S LB. 39 78 89 15 12 Oz. Can 49c CHEF'S DELIGHT Z Loaf O7C LJA * je HAMS ' Ground SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTION Rath's Vacuum-Packed Franks 12 oz . 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The I to figure out a way to put a cessed its hearing Friday when ----- Illinois Commission Samuell Favored— Tournament Has AH New 4A Cage Teams handle on the batons before it's jail over with," Rockhold | chuckled and said. j jriotic The prelims of the Spring I meeting into a shouting match i Branch meet are scheduled for! with Commissioner Joe Rob- 19 a.m., while the finals arejichaux marked for a 2 p.m. starting! Robichaux kept I time. jciay as Cassius Clay and .... The Milbv clash will be the [generally accepted heavy-weight first of four that the Gander j champion kept interrupting and! re- By THE ASSOCIATED SESS but returns with a 23-4 mark.) Twentv-two teams most of i Gruver is the only former cham- j • J ' Clay, who had been expected to i whom are making the trip forjpion in the field, but its title was apologize for making "unpa-jthe first time, go to Austin this; 16 years ago when it was Class remarks." turned the]week for the 46th Texas school- ;B king. boy basketball Tournament. j Honey Grove <19-S> and Fair- There are only two defending i field (24-6t are the others in the . champions in the field and onlv Class A field, addressing ;five o£ the teams were ^^ a ^ ^ ^.^ ^^ ^ st year. 'teams to the state tournament. Everybody's new in the Class'has both its champion and run- for a 4 p.m. meeting;o: 'with the Trojans and host the Lamar Redskins in a pair. Sat-' jurday. The doubleheader Satur-: day will start at 1 p.m. Barring rains again, a big 'week of sports is in line for the [various Gander athletic teams. E ven A Me/~ Baseball Wage War Still At A Standstill By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer Buzzy Bavasi isn't talking and I he's got plenty of company today as baseball's battle of the pen reaches the showdown stage. Bavasi, the Los Angeles Dodgers' general manager, con-, tinues to fight the good fight 1 with ace pitchers Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale but he won'i say anymore about it. "This is the last time I will discuss the Koufax-Drysdale affair with newsmen until 1 have had a chance to negotiate with them," Bavasi told reporters Sunday. "I have no idea when I wii] talk to them," the Dodger GM added. Koufax and Drysdale are holding out for reported identical three-year would cost the Dodgers a total of 51 million. Apparently the "I haven't heard from either have also broken down between the Atlanta Braves and ace right-hander Tony Cloninger, a ibaseballers will be in this week.!insisting R-.bichaux address AAAA divis ' on where Lubbock;ne-rup back. ! Thursday they travel to South j him by his Black Muslim name Monterey (26-2), Dallas Samue-ij Snook arrives Thursdjiy for;' Houston for a 4 p.m. meeting! of Muhammad Ali. j(29-3), Houston Memorial (32-4>i the opening of the tournament | s :and Austin McCallum (22-Tj bat-i with a gaudy 75-0 record. That's! tie for the title Houston Jones:only three fewer than the state! held last year. Dallas Samuell! record. Deweyville, which fin-i is most likely to get the favor- i ished second, returns with a 32-7 j ite's tag. [mark and a good chance of fell-j Three of the four in Class AAA! ing Snook despite its awesome I are making it for the first time i record. —Andrews (26-3), Kilgore (25-4); Other Class B teams in the and San Antonio Marshall (28--'tournament are Channing (373). Only-Clear Creek (26-31 is an!3), Kopperl (36-1) Alba-Gold-! old head at tournament play. It Jen (35-9) and Bronte (20-5). won the title in 1963. It might j The tournament runs Thurs- be the favorite this time. I day. Friday and Saturday. Lake Worth of Fort Worth! seeks a repeat with the championship in Class AA. Lake! Worth has a 27-5 record and ap-1 pears capable of again taking! the championship. Crane (26-7),j DO YOU HEAR but NOT UNDERSTAND? This Is the inner Ear- Where Nerve Losses Start If you hear but do not understand, you may have nerve deafness, which affects the Inner Ear (sec medical chart). To understand your problem, get Sonotone's new FREE booklet, which gives the facts on nerve deafness. Also investigate our DISCRIMINATOR 1 Earmold. It can be worn with any earmold-typc hearing aid to increase the ciarity of sounds and speech. Only 820. Phone, visit or write.—' - SONOTONE OF HOUSTON 604 SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK BUILDING HOUSTON, TEXAS Mr. Virgil Sutherland. Sonotone Certified Consultant, will be at the Holly Inn. Hiway 146, Baytown. on Wednesday, March 2nd. 1 to 3 P.M. Come in or call for home appointment. 24-game winner in 1965. Braves' team , s President John McHale said he hasn't heard from Cloninger in almost a week. Rock-dale (29-3) and Rockportj (25-4) are the others in the tour-! nament. j Class A hag two returning' They are Woodsboro,: '.vhich battled to the finals last i a 23-6 ; which; failed to survive the first round Y< on. year and is back with record, and Gruver, Aggies Waif- Mustangs Try For A Momentary Lead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Southern Methodist aims at a momentary lead in the Southwest Conference basketball race 1 !!! tonight when it take s on hapless but high scoring Texas Chris- money involved isn't as much of an issue as the length of contract. "Koufax and Drysdalp arc entitled to everything- they can get," Bavasi said, "but under no circumstances would any player on this club get more than a one-year contract." Joining Bavasi in silence wa> Cleveland pitcher Ralph Ten;.., vvbo is baniing Indians' Genera! ; Rv ?-Tanager Gab e Paul over some j 57,000. and Cincinnati's tian at Fort Woith. Yellow Jackets Fight For NAIA Berth Monday Southern Methodist and Texas A&M face the final week of the hectic race in a deadlock for the top, each with a 9-3 record, and two games ahead of third place Texas Tech. Tech is the only other team with even a chance of sharing the title, but then only if SMU and A&M lose both of their re- jrnaining games while the Red i Raiders win theirs. j The SMU-TCU test is the only ;one scheduled tonight and SMU | can take over the lead by a half- igajne should it beat the team 'that whipped it 97-59 in January. KEMP & TONY'S RAMBLER IS VERY APPRECIATIVE OF YOUR WONDERFUL RESPONSE TO THE FORMAL OPENING OF OUR NEW BAYTOWN RAMBLER DEALERSHIP... THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! Much hns happened since th^n Howard Payno. which wo n theirs the Methodists finally righted ass j s .J Lone Star Conference basketball themselves and swept through ant GM. Phil Seghi, who is after | championship with a 12-2 record eight straight to ride at the top signatures from 'pitcher Jim | an <3 a -"-game lead over the field, j beside Texas A&M. Mahoney and tnfielder Deron launches its bid for a national i But Southern Methodist has Johnson. Terry is asking for S3S.OOO from the Indians, a boost of S".000 over last year s salary, but he's having trouble convincing Paul. "I'll wait ail 3-ear at home if that is what Gabe wants." Terry said. "I wrote to him Saturday and the next move is up to him. He knows what it'll take to fign me." Terry was 11-6 last year. Seghi said talks with Maloney Tnd Johnson have reached an impasse. Maloney, who pitched two no-hitters and had a 20-9! cats into a throe-way second small college crown tonight. found the going very tough in The Yellow Jackets, with an recent games, having to win one 1S-8 season record, tangle with b y on e point and two by two. ' East Texas champion of the Big State Conference, at Brownwood in the first of a 3- game series to see which .goes to the NAIA tournament at Kansas City next week. All other members of the conference have wound up the season except Southw.-est Texas and Texas A&I, and they play to- Saturday's 71-69 triumph over Texas was almost in the category cf a miracle. ; The Methodists played for a' last shot in that one with Denny : Holman sinking it with only 12 seconds to go. Then Texas missed two chances to score the rest of the way. The Aggies play Baylor at Below are listed 4th place winners in Rambler's Giant-Killer Sweepstakes: W. P. Dickson A. J. Carney Katherine Bates J. C. Gaylord Below are listed the children who won th« Scale Models of the!966 Ramblers: night. Southwest Texas can College Station Tuesday night :Iinch second place by beating A&I. A loss would drop the Bob- jand should SMU lose to TCU tonight could take a full-game lead. i record last year, and Johnson, I place tie with East Texas and! Texas Tech is host to Rice "he major leagues' runs-batted-;Sam Houston. jand Arkansas meets Texas at in champ with 130, are seeking! Howard Payne took two lick-i Austin in other Tuesday night- sizable boosts salaries. over their 196;; inys last week but was so far;games. ; ^head they didn't affect the! The slam-bang race comes toj| "I haven't heard from eigher Yellow Jackets' standing. The\ ia crashing close Thursday night i one today.'' Seghi said Sunday, j'ost to East Texas 75-67 and tcias Texas A&M tries to topple J 'The next move is up to Jimmy |-?am Houston 70-68 and beat j Arkansas in the Ozarks and' nnd Deron." :Stephen F. Austin 10-4.89. jSouthern Methodist plays venge-|J iful Texas Tech at Dallas. Tech] j beat Southern Methodist 100-83] at Lubbock in January. The Ag-1 gies beat Arkansas 75-72 at Col-i lege Station. j Other closeout games send, Texas Christian to Houston toi play Rice and Texas to Waco to! I battle Baylor. j j John Beasley, Texas A&M's i sharpshooter, appears to have the scoring championship nailed down. He has 587 points—an average of 27.9 per game—and is 112 points ahead of second place Gary Turner of Texas Christian. Beasley leads Dub Malaise of Texas Tech 348 points to 278 in conference scoring. CHEMPLEX CO. NOW HIRING KEY PLANT PERSONNEL for NEW $60 MILLION OLEFIN-POLYOLEFIN COMPLEX IN CLINTON, IOWA We are prepared to pay for people of proven capabilities and drive. Polyethylene experience helpful. Send biographical sketch to Pat Jarratt. Vice-President. Manufacturing, 1910 16th Street, Orange, Texas. 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