The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 1, 1966 · Page 11
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Tuesday, Mar«fc I, 1966 Tennis, Track, Baseball— NEW ASTRO HUKLERS — Four new candidates for the Houston pitching stall get together at spring training base in Cocoa, Fla. All have been in the majors. LR; Barry Latman, purchased last December from the California Angels; Tom Parsons, obtained from New Pork Mets; Frank Carpln, drafted from Pittsburgh; Gary KroQ. obtained from Mets. An are righthanders except Carpin. Manager Grady Hatton said each one has a good chance of sticking with the major league team. SWC Honorable Mentions— Russell TOD All-America NEW YORK (AP) — Cazzie Russell, a 6-foot-5 whiz from Michigan, became a two-time All-America today with the announcement of the 1965 college basketball All-America by The Associated Press. Joining Classy Cazzie on the first team are Clyde Lee. the 69 dandy from Vanderbilt, 6-4 Dave Schellhase from Purdue, 6-0 Louie Dampier from Kentucky and 6-3 Dave Bing from Syracuse. All are seniors except Dampier, a junior. Russell dominated the voting by 214 sports writers and broadcasters from throughout the country. The Michigan ace collected X036 points on the basis ol five points for a first-team vote and two for tile second team. Lee polled 808 points, Schellhase 613, Dampier 541 and Bing 527. Russell was named on the first team by 206 voters, Lee by 146, Dampier 91, Schellhase and Bing 87 each. Jim Walker, Providence's 6-3 junior star, heads the second team with 71 firsts and 447 total i Top 6-6 Jack Marin and 6-0 Bob Verga, 6-5 Dick Snyder from Davidson and 6-5 Matt Guokas, Jr. of St. Joseph's. Pa. Marin polled 290 points, Verga 285, Snyder 244 and Guokas 222. The third team is composed of 6-11 Walt Wesley from Kansas, 6-11 Henry Finkel from Dayton, S-3 Bob Lewis from North Carolina and two Kentucky stars, 65 Thad Jaracz and 6-3 Pat Riley. Each of the 15 squad members will receive certificates from The Associated Press. Russell, a native of Chicago, has been a prime factor in keep-j game scoring record with 57 ing Michigan among the coun- j points against Michigan, try's basketball powers the last] Coach Adolph Rupp credits three years. Dampier with being the driving Lee, who moved up from the!force behind Kentucky's rise to 1965 second team, has been the j the nation's top-ranked power key factor in Vanderbilt's drive,and sparkplug of its sweep to a spot in The Associated i through 23 straight opponents in Press' Top Ten rankings this'an undefeated season. Dampier year. His home town is Nashville. Schellhase, who also Bing, moved ington, is from Indianapolis. who hails from Wash- up from the 1965 second team, is third-highest scorer and sparked the country's leading major col-j Syracuse to a berth in the NCAA lege scorer. A native of Evans-j championship tournament. He ville, Ind., - - - cently set the Purdue ace re-J also leads th e Orangemen a Big Ten single-1 assists and rebounds. Authority Shifted- Illinois Expected To Turn Down Clay Fight CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois bers are two Duke standouts,] NEW college YORK (AP)—The 1966 basketball All-America new license sought for the con- i jtroversial Cassius day-Ernie Terrell heavyweight title fight. Clark, whose legal diggings not yet received a request to license the day-Terrell bout in Louisville and declined to speculate on a decision. Clark had ruled that the fight would be illegal because the promoters' corporation was as selected by The Associated ^g 00^^^^ o£ Press on the basis of votes frofn Maj-ch 29 fight i 214 sports writers and broad- ^ entire matter Friday seemed to have kayoed ; made up of only two men — Irv holding the i Schoenwald and Ben Bentley — had casters. First Team Cazzie Russell, Michigan, 6- foot-5, senior, hometown, Chica-' go. dyde Lee, Vanderbilt, 6-9 senior, Nashville. Dave Schellhase, Purdue, 6-4, "very strong senior, Evansville, Ind. said attorney lap Monday by the Illinois Ath letic Commission. If the fight is booted out o Chicago, Louisville loomed as the possible site. Louisville is being given consideration,' Arthur Grafton Louie Dampier, Kentucky, 6-0,; spokesman for day's Louisville junior, Indianapolis. sponsoring group. Da% r e Bing, Syracuse, 6-3, senior, Washington, D.C. Second Team Jim Walker, Providence, 6-3, junior. Boston. j Jack Marin, Duke, 6-6, senior, j Farrell, Pa. \ Bob Verga, Duke, 6-0, junior, Sea Girt, N.J. Dick Snyder, Davidson, 6-5, senior. North Canton, Ohio. Matt Guokas. Jr., St. Joseph's, Pa., 6-5, junior, Philadelphia. Third Team Walt Wesley, Kansas, 6-11, senior. Fort Myers, Fla. Henry Finkei, Dayton, 6-11, senior. Union City, N.J. Bob Lewis, North Carolina, 6-3, junior, Washington, D.C. Thad Jaracz, Kentucky, 6-5, sophomore, Lexington, Ky. Bob Evans, the Kentucky box ing commissioner, said he has Pat Riley. Kentucky, 6-3, junior, Schenectady, N.Y. Players receiving honorable mention included Elvin Hayes, Houston; Dub Malaise, Texas Tech; John Beasley, Texas A&M; Nevil Shed. Texas West- em. Keane Has Same 'Great Collection' Back This Year By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer A year ago at this time Johnny Keane looked over the scene in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and said: "It's the greatest collection oi talent I've ever seen." He'll be looking over the same Teneral cast again today — a collection of talent that finished sixth — but b more likely to see tape and bandages, aches and pains, aging arms and legs. Mostly he'll see question Tiarks. And nark the biggest question of them all is the one named Mickey Mantle, the 34- j year-old Maggio successor to Joe and Lou Gehrig Di- and Reward! Reward your taste with the rich flavor of Half and Halfs. You'll like 'em fine, and that's putting .H miidly. i Babe Ruth, the man the New York Yankees must count on to '"••ad them out of the wilderness ^f the second division. Yankee regulars were due to check in for spring training today, but all the attention centered on The Switcher and his outfield mate Roger Maris. There are plenty of other questions — Can Elston Howard make a comeback at age 37? Can Whitey Ford at the samp age continue to be the stopper? — but it's on Mantle and Maris that the Yankee revival depends. Maris, plagued by a hand in- iury ? appeared in only 46 games last season and, over a three- vear period, has averaged only 92 games a season. If the Yankr r .re to rebound, the 31-yenr-olc 1 bomber must return to full-time action. Keane, who must win or be in deep, deep trouble, will save hi$ greatest concern for Mantle coming out of a hospital quired of thi by the : 50 persons state code. At Monday's hearing^ Schoenwald appeared before the coi mission and requested a n« license as an individual promoter. The commission unanimously approved the move and said the application would be submitted to Clark for a ruling which was expected today. Temporarily obscured in the legal maneuverings was the cause of the entire situation which stemmed from Clay's remarks — called "disgusting" and "unpatriotic" by Gov. Otto Kerner — following his reclassification from 1-Y to 1-A and his subsequent refusal to offer a suitable apology to the commis- sion at Friday's hearing. Clay did not appear at Monday's hearing, but Terrell was on hand complaining that his training program was being upset. Immediately following Schoenwald's request for a new license, Commission Chairman Joe Robichaux and Lou Rad- Spring Sports Has Trouble The spring slate of sports around Robert E. Lee has bad a difficult time of getting underway, with a tennis tournament, a track meet and a baseball doubleheader already being shut down in an opening effort. But the weather was expected to be tolerable enough for a baseball game against the Milby Buffaloes, Tuesday, and the Gander track team is scheduled to get its first taste of action Saturday when they visit the Spring Branch Memorial Mustang Relays. Already a doubleheader 'wjth the La Porte Bulldogs has been canceled for Don Treuhardt's baseball team and on the same Saturday, Coach Beverly Rockhold's Gander trackmen team visited a rained out Lamar Redskin Relays. Clint Nettleton's young tennis team had to forget about their opening tourney at Falfurrias due to a flu epidemic, but finally opened in San Antonio over the weekend where senior Camille Bunting and Sophomore Royce Marshall pulled an upset in the I Texas High Schools Tournameni by winni ng the girl's doubles title over a fifth and second seeded team. And even this had to be moved indoors because of heavy rains. Treuhardfs basebaliers now stand the best chance to compete, rain or no rain, while there is still a chance of Nettleton playing another indoor tourney and Rockhold bogging down ankle- deep on the cinders. "Well, the seven - day forecast says rain again Saturday," Rockhold moaned. "It looks like we may have another weekend like last weekend." But rain will hot be Rock's only foe as he once agai n tries to open the season. Discus and shot man Charles Hendricks a 440 and relay man Bill Askey will have to miss the meet to take college board exams and weightman Mike Mitchamore and 440 aad relay man Dwight Denson must take Naval Academy exams and will return from long trips just i n time to make the meet. This represents several "sure" points in the meet that the Gaib- ders gained one of their two second place finishes in last season. Treuhardt has & doubleheader with Lamar on the REL diamond Saturday, but should get in one more game this week, at South Houston Thursday, before the expected rain hits. ' ' Nettleton is scheduled for the Spring Branch Tournament on Saturday and again, the weather may control another three-sport wipe-out this weekend. ! Hook, Line & Sinker By CHESTER ROGERS The spring fishing run is here.! Dr. Herbert Duke went out the other afternoon and brought home a sack full of big bass. Of course, he had the help of George Hanson, one of his full time fishing assistants. But they caught a day when the wind wasn't too high, and literally laid the spinning lures into the brawling size bass. On the other hand, M. W. Geisendorff went to the same kind of place a few days later, but it was too windy. Geisendorff said if he had waited a day or two the wind would be down, and the bass catching would be up real high. Geisenorff, like Dr. Duke, had a helper. It was his brother-in- law, Steve Early. But the best they could do was get a little mud on their shoes. That's the extent of their catch. The wind had just muddied up the water to the point the bass couldn't see the lure. As soon as there is a report available from Bill Bradshaw, Grover Foltz, and Sam Lester, it will tell whether the spring fishing run is on or not. If that trio brags about their catch you can be sure the big bass are on the prowl. Actually, though, the March winds may stay with us a while, and if they do, the spring fish run may be over before the wind calms down enough for some new fishing records. I'm like Jim Nelson and W. P. (V^endy) Denman. We agree these winds blow every year, and sometimes these March winds blow right on through April and into May. When the wind blows like that the season's fishing is a little on the low side. There is one place where you can still catch plenty of spring time fish, though, and that is Lake Houston. Delbert Ashworth has put a new set of tires on his boat, and is planning an early trip to Lake Houston. If he can't find his favorite fishing hole full of white perch up there, he is moving ever into the Trinity River. W. F. Stratton was telling R. H. Farris the other day he had a little hard luck at Turtle Bayou. Stratton went over loaded for white perch. But the water level was down a little, and this stripped the shallow water of the fish. He didn't have time to locate the white perch on that trip, but you can be sure he will be back in there trying the first chance he gets. Joe Lagow, the famous county commissioner from Chambers County, has promised to show me a new lure to catch black bass. I just can't wait, and I'll be there just as soon as the wind lets up a little. That might be next June, but I'm bass hungry- Exhibif-Numbering— Wisconsin Law Suit Goes Back To Court MILWAUKEE (AP) — Wis- ings at the opening session Mon- •*onsin's antitrust suit again?' baseball was expected to move zienda referred all questions back fato ^ courtroom todai concerning the status of the fight to the attorney general. The commission has been withstanding political pressure throughout the state to cancel the bout. Gov. Kerner requested last Friday's hearing in order to get an apology for day's remarks. Mayor Richard J. Daley opposes having the fight in Chicago. Main Bout Inc., which includes members of day's Black Muslim religion and has the closed - circuit television rights for the fight, is reported ready to shift elsewhere should the Eight be kicked out of Illinois. SMU Beats TCU- Loyola Rung The Bell, Penn Beats Buzzer By DICK COUCH I loss to Syracuse. George Hicker Associated Press Sports Writer scored 27 and Dave Bing 20 for Chicago Loyola rang the bell-the Orangemen, now 19-5. in its tourney tune-up. Penn State barely beat the buzzer. Loyola, the nation's ranked basketball No. 5 Vanderbilt, only other nationally ranked team in ac- fourth- tion, whipped Tulane 97-72 be- power. hind dyde Lee's 31 points. Lee 20 points and three other starters hit double figures as Loyola prepped for its date with Western Kentucky, also 22-2, next Monday night in the NCAA Mid- Sast regionals. Western Kentucky wound up its regular schedule by thumping Middle Tennessee 81-47. Perssons's winning shot capped a second-half rally by the Nittany Lions, who trailed jy 11 points at halftime and appeared headed for their first loss In three seasons. Car- rUr/ton if;! the comeback fresh from an operation to begir I and finished with 29 points as bir 15th maVij- Ipafnif <;ea^r\»> I PC"- Stfte crushed Bowling Green 109-70; connected on 11 of 18 shots from Monday night in its regular-sea- : the floor, canned nine of W free son finale as sophomore Corky throws and grabbed 21 re- Bell pumped in 31 points. The dores to their 22nd victory in 25 victory sent the Ramblers into starts. the NCAA post-season tourna-j Michigan's Cazzie Russell also ment with a sparkling 22-2 hit for 31 points as the Wolver- record. |ines, who dropped out of the Penn State, a National Invita- Top Ten after last week's loss at tion Tourney nominee, edged Iowa, trounced the Hawkeyes NCAA-bound Syracuse 80-79 on 103-S8 in the rematch at Ann Jeff Persson's jump shot at the;Arbor and moved closer to the Big Ten Conference crown. Michigan, 17-5 over-all, has a one-game lead over Michigan State, which buried Ohio State 98-79. The Wolverines and Spar- New York. | tans each have two games left, Billy Smith backed Bell with including a showdown at East after an all-day, exhibit-numbering session provided the first indications of the war of words that will be waged before a de cision ultimately is reached. The entire courtroom proceed- DeweyviBe, Snook 'n Opening Action Of State Tourney AUSTIN (AP) — Defending dass B champion Snook, with a 73-game winning streak working, and Deweyville, the state runnerup to Snook last year, are in opening games of the Texas schoolboy basketball tour- Deweyville, with a 32-7 record, gets the dass B division going at 8:45 a.m., meeting Kopperl (31-1). At 10:10 a.m. Snook takes on Bronte (20-5). The dass A division also starts Thursday morning with Woodsboro playing Honey Grove and, Fairfield clashing with Gruver. Snal buzzer and extended its; lome-court winning streak to 27 games. The Nittany Lions, 18-4, lave one game remaining be- : ore they head for the NTT in Lansing next Monday night Oregon State, heir apparent to UCLA in the Pacific Athletic Conference, nailed at least a tie for the title by holding off Washington 54-43 on the clutch shooting of Scott Eaton, Eaton scored seven of his 14 points down the stretch as the Beavers moved within one vic-- tory of eliminating the defending NCAA kings from the league race. Utah and Boston College, two tournament-bound clubs rocked by recent injuries to .key players, held off Seattle and North dass AA opens the firing Thursday afternoon, with defending champion Lake Worth tackling Rockdale and Crane meeting Rockport. Thursday night dass AAA swings into action, with San drews and dear Creek taking on Kilgore. The top division — dass AAAA—doesn't start action until Friday afternoon, when Dallas Samuell meets Austin McCallum and Spring Branch Memorial clashes with Lubbock Monterey. The tournament runs through Saturday night. day lasted about 10 minutes before Circuit Court Judge Elmer .V. Roller brought the combined battery of 17 legal experts into his chambers for the behind-the- scenes legal skirmishing involved in marking'exhibits. Judge Roller kept the attorneys -nine for the state and eight for the National League — at the exhibit marking in an evening session with the hope of proceeding back to the courtroom today for opening statements. Willard S. Stafford, special counsel for the state, was scheduled to make the opening statements for the prosecution, which will contend that the National League and its 10 members violated Wisconsin antitrust laws by moving the Braves from Milwaukee to Atlanta. The important case, which likely will test the entire structure of baseball and probe its special antitrust status, began minutes after 9 a.m.. before a packed courtroom holding about 150 onlookers, the 17 attorneys and a jury box filled with reporters. The only official move was an attempt by baseball's counsel to amend its answers to the state's complaint by getting before the court rulings by Georgia and Texas judges. Those judges, respectively, ordered the Braves and the league to play the 1966 season in Atlanta. The importance of the actual court trial stems from two factors — the effect it will have on the Braves' scheduled opening date in Atlanta April 12 and the far-reaching impact it may! have on baseball's antitrust status. Judge Roller has in-j structed the National League to] prepare to play in Milwaukee if so ordered by the court. First Baptist Is Basketball Winner First Baptist Church waded through three straight games, undefeated, to earn the spot of representing the local YMCA in the Region HI Tournament to be held at the Southwest YMCA in Houston, March 12. It took only three games for the First Baptist team to secure the double elimination tournament that saw four area teams in action, Central Baptist. Second Baptist and Baptist Temple. Friday night Cedar Bayou gym action opened the tourney with Second Baptist downing Baptist Temple, 21-18, while the eventual winner dumped Central Baptist, 65-59 in a high scoring affair Central's Tommy Phillips took the high point honors for the night by dropping through 30 in that first game, while McGee and Stewart had 23 and 20 respectively for the winners. First Baptist then took a 4S-2S win over Second Baptist, with McGee leading the way once again with 21 points. First Baptist then moved on to wrap up the tournament with a crushing, 71-28 win over Centra]. 1966 Gander Spring Sports Schedule GANDER BASEBALL SCETEDUUE SITE DATE SCHOOL MARCH 1 MHby 3 Sooth Houston 5 Toirmf (2) 10 Milby H Port Arthur 14 Spring Branch 15-19 Austin Tournament Austin 18 West" Orange H 21 Port Arthur H 22 Sooth Park A 25 South Park H 29 Pasadena* A APRIL 1 Brazosport* H 5 Galena Park* H 8 Texas City* A 9 Texas City. Tour. Tex. City GANDER TRACK SCHEDULE MARCH 5 at Spring Branch 12 at Laredo Border Olympics 19 Lee Relays 26 at Houston Relays APRIL 1, 2 at Texas Relay* 9 Open 14 at Freeport 12-4A Meet 23 at Houston Regional Meet 29, 30 at Corpus ChrlsS or Pasadena MAY P,7 at State Meet 12 Ball High* 15-Sam Rayburn* 19 La Marque* 22 Pasadena* 26 Brazosport* 29 Galena Park* MAY 3 Texas City* 6 Ball High* 10 Sam Rayburn* 13 La Marque* A H A H A A H H A H Denotes District 12-4A Games. Sport Shorts June proved to be the r best month for the Dodgers' Sandy Kbufax last year. During that month the Cy Young Award winner completed six games in seven starts, pitched a shutout, •won. six without a loss and had a 1.77 earned run • average. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY IOYS LUMUS DODGE is on a selling spree and the good guys are giving the best deals in the Gulf Coast. See them today and they'll show you how YOU can afford a DODGE. 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