The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 3, 1966 · Page 10
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MAIN 582-4380 All To Show Up- All Coaches 'Scared' In Pre-Tourney Talk AUSTIN' (AP) — To hear a coach tell it. his team's opponent at the state schoolboy basketball tournament is the best in Texas. They say they're so scared they may not show up for the tournament. But they will—for three days of basketball which will decide state champions in five confer- A, AA, AAA and ences—B, AAAA. It all starts today at 8:45 a.m. with Deweyville, runner-lip last year i n B, and Kopperl meeting in the first game. Championship games are scheduled for Saturday. Despite coach-talk the 22-team field looks well-balanced, with 13 schools making the trip to the state tournament for the first time. There are two defending champions. Snook in B and Lake Worth of Fort Worth in A. A sample of pre-tournament coaches' comments looks like this: "Everybody I've talked to says we'll be lucky to stay within 20 points of them, but we're going to show up." said Austin McCallum Coach Frank Rundell of his team's first-round opponent, Dallas Samuell, in AAAA. Countered Samuell Coach J. W. Black: "How about that? We draw Austin McCallum first on Friday and we know the least about it—They have the credentials to be tough—good height, good shooters and a fine record (22-7). Told his team was a favorite in the big school conference, Black said, "We feel honored in a way. but any of the others certainly rated as well." The other AAAA schools are Lubbock Monterey and Houston Memorial. In Class AAA, boasting four strong teams—Kilgore, San Antonio Marshall, Andrews and Clear Creek—the coaches are teams with a wary eye. Clear Creek's Bill Krueger said he had a sinking feeling when he found out his squad would open up against Kilgore Ted Dockery says he doesn't see how any team could be tougher than Andrews, his first- round foe. Duane Vincent, coach of the AA Rockdale Tigers, looked at his team's Worth, and opponent, said "I've Lake heard from some sources that they're better than they were last year (when they won the title)...We haven't played any team which season. Last Go-Round For SWC Cagers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It's the last go-round in Southwest Conference basketball tonight for at least six teams. If Texas A&M and Southern Methodist tie for the championship, there will be two left. Anyway, the title goes on the line tonight at Dallas, where Southern Methodist plays Texas Tech, and at Fayetteville, where Texas A&M meets an Arkansas team game that has lost on the home only one court all approaches them physically." The other semifinal game in AA is between Crane and Rockport. Class A's first round puts Woodsboro, at the tournament for the eighth time, against Honey against Grove and Gruver, a Fairfield Class E Thursday night. And Marshall's'byes. champion in 1950. First-rousid pairings in B after the Deweyville-Kopperl opener are Snook-Bronte with Channing and Alba-Golden drawing SMU Footballer Collapses, Dies On Practice Field i j DALLAS (AP) — Death came | early today to Tom White, who | collapsed in spring football train- jing at Southern Methodist University Wednesday afternoon. White, 19, was a student from Cochituate, Mass. He did not play freshman football at SMU but had gone out for the varsity in spring training. Working on defense, he had just completed a maneuver against blocking and was awaiting his second turn when he slumped to the ground. Emergency resuscitation was performed by trainer Eddie the team physician. Montreal Sought— Championship Fight Skips Across Border Lane and Dr. Sam MONTREAL (AP) — Scorned by New York and kicked out ot Chicago, the Cassius Clay-Ernie Terrell heavyweight title bout skipped across the border to Montreal today for a hoped-for showing on the same date, March 29. Bangor, Maine; Louisville, Clay's native city; and even Huron, S.D., had been mentioned as possible U.S. sites for the politically explosive fight until Main Bout, Inc., settled on Montreal Wednesday. MBI, headed by Mike Malitz of New York and including Black Muslims among its stockholders, has the rights to the closed-circuit television and other ancillary income (movies, broadcasts, foreign showings, etc.) which usually adds up to millions, or the main share of the gross receipts. After the Illinois Athletic Commission, by a 2-1 vote, thumbed down the fight which Morgan, and White they originally licensed on Feb. was taken to Baylor Hospital. He died 8 hours later — at 1:20 a.m. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White. The father flew here early today from Massachusetts, where he is a salesman. White, 170-pounder, SMU last fall from entered prep school. Although he did not play freshman football, he was in intramural football. He went out for the varsity without scholarship. He had taken part in the out- of-season program which started Jan. 20, when he was given a physical. White's was the second football death at Southern Methodist in four years. In 1962 Mike Kelsey, a center on the SMU team, died after collapsing in 110-degree heat the day of fall practice. second 8, Malitz, in New York, announced Montreal, a sports-loving Canadian city with a metropolitan population of 2% million as the fight site. The Montreal Athletic Commission was scheduled to meet today to determine whether a license would be issued for the bout in th 15,000-seat Montreal Forum. Loren Cassina, owner of All- Canada Sports Promotions Ltd. in Toronto, has made an application for the bout. It was an outburst by Clay that apparently doomed the bout in Chicago. Shortly after Clay's draft board in Louisville reclassified him to 1-A and made him eligible for the military draft, the 24-year-old undefeated champion made remarks about the in Viet Nam — remarks called "unpatriotic'* and "disgusting" by Gov. Otto Kerner of Illinois. Mayor Richard Daley of Chicago also said he did not want the fight in the city. Clay refused to make an apology suitable to the governor and the commission and the The Aggies and Methodists have 10-3 records and are two >ames ahead of Texas Tech, which has no chance of figuring in the title but can have a big say in where it is to go. If the Aggies and Mustangs both win tonight, they will then be declared co-champions but will have to play at Waco Monday night to decide the league's representative in the NCAA playoffs. Texas and Baylor meet at Waco and Texas Christian and Rice battle at Houston in other closing games tonight. Started With Six- Bow Hunting Club Has Grown To 5O Members By JOHN BLACK The Baytown Bow Hunting Club has grown by leaps and bounds since its first organized meeting in May, 195S. There were six members at that initial meeting including president Ed Ratley, vice president Bill Williamson, Johnny Rowe. Bill Quartz, M. L. Moore and Tenny Reddell. The membership has since boomed to 50. Wiliiamscei is the current president, but will hand his gavel over to someone else Saturday night at the Holiday Inn when the club holds its installa- at various club and scout meetings. Th club has a 3,000-acre deer lease near Bryan, and last year a total of 15 deer wre killed on rile lease. Every year, the Baytown club and other bow hunting organizations in the state hold an invitational tournament. The Baytown tourney will begin May 1. Tommy Handy is state champion in the junior instinctive (without sights) bow shooting, and Jack Walker, another Bay. jiven for each and trophies are Other club activities include a hunt every year beginning Oct. 1. Points are member's kill, awarded to the winners. Such awards will be a part of Saturday's banquet. A gar contest will be sponsored by the club beginning in May. Exhibitions of archery are also given each year by the Baytown club at Humble Day. Many mentions of the Baytown Bow Hunting Club are made each month in the state town club member, is the state magazine, Texas Field Archery. bow hunting champion. Walker* Monthly club meetings are also placed high in tion banquet. , Ted Merchant, vice president, j competition. will remain in office until next year. The club is active in many events, and has a 2S - target range for target and field archery behind Camp Reber. An exhibition team of Williamson. Ratley. Calvin Muckleroy Floyd and Tommy Handy give numerous exhibitions each year national;held at the Chamber of Com- imerce building. heat was on. William G. Clark, Illinois' attorney-general, found technical irregularities in the licensing of the fight and other reasons to deny a permit, and then tossed the matter back into the commission's lap. Chairman Joe Triner and Joe Robichaux voted to deny the permit application while Lou Radzienda cast his vote in favor of the fight. In Miami, Fla., Clay, who prefers to be called by his Muslim name of said he was Muhammad Ali, disappointed the fight would not be in the United States. He added, ho*r"ver, that "if Illinois wanted 10 call off the fight, they have a right to." Wisconsin Says Owners After Some Fast Money MILWAUKEE (AP) — The!group of men forced into mov- prosecution in Wisconsin's antitrust suit against baseball has adopted a strategy of painting the owners of the Braves as a (-3 This Sansabelt captures the Young ZMan's ZMood... 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