The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 4, 1966 · Page 12
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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 4, 1966
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Friday, March 4, 1966 ASTRO BRAJX TKCST—Some- or the Houston Astros' new field leaders at the spring training base in Cocoa, Fla-, to study baseball wars strategy with .Manager Grady Hatton, far right. >-&* Others, OUR) are pitcher-coach Robin Roberts, pitching: coach Gordon Jones, Oklahoma City boss Mel McGaha, third base coach Jim Busby, and Durham Manager Chuck Churn. Marti Near Top In The Pensasola Open Golf Tourney Baytown golf pro Fred Marti, jsatfanal 10-gam e winning streak r. fired a two - under - par 7o|wto the NCAA playoffs and Tex- Arkansas Fixes If-- SMU Takes SWC Title By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Southern Methodist rode a sen- Jr in the Pensacola Open Thursday giving him a tie with such names as fellow Texaiss Don Massen- ale and Dave Marr for seventh place. If Marti can stick among the top he could easily take a big share of the 565.000 pot being offered. Doug Sanders leads the tourney with a nine - under-par 63 in the opening round. as A&M. which dropped four of its last seven, finished second in the wild Southwest Conference basketball race. They went down to the wire tied for the lead, but Southern Methodist toppled Texas Tech 99-S9 Thursday night and the Ag- gies faltered at Fayetteville. where vengeful Arkansas closed Texas Tech 60-7 when it was announced that the Aggies had fallen .The Mustangs then grabbed seven straight points in 50 seconds and went ahead to stay. Tech pulled within two points several limes but never One of the main things noted in the hectic race was that Doc Hayes, coach of Southern Methodist. ' took over the lead in championships. This one is the fourth outright title for the Mustangs under Hayes. His teams also have tied for the title three times. Thus in 12 years—his first championship was in 1955—the ami- ^^.a^^^^ ^~^ ~~ - _..,,,• able coach of the Mustangs has top Texas Tech. Malaise also { 29, lornmy won or shared in seven titles. Arkansas' victory might have Charles Beasley flipped in 28 points to lead SMU and Dub had the same total to John Beasley of Texas A&M poked in 44 points against Arkansas to compile 631 points for the season and lead the conference scoring race by a wide margi n -He averaged 27.4 points. But Beasley was the only fel- could catch the flying Mustangs, low who could score in double -- figures and didn't have enough help to put his team over. set a Tech career scoring record of 1.420 points. 25 more than been just the thing to put SMU j Jim Reed compiled at Tech in out with a startling 94-71 upset, lover -The Methodists were trail-J1953-56. 4A Starts Friday — Clear Creek In Finals DALLAS {AP) — Long John Beasley of Texas A&M, who outscored everybody by a mile, and John Dub Malaise, the ace floor] man and pbintmaker for Texas' Tech were the only unanimous choices for the All"- Southwest Conference basketball team announced Saturday. They got the votes of the eight coaches and are repeaters on the team. Carroll Hooser of Southern Methodist also are repeaters. Beasley, Malaise and Hooser are seniors. Two juniors were named to th tournament veteran, and Sar Antonio Marshall, a newcomer, barged into the Class AAA fi nals Thursday night at the Stale Schoolboy Basketball Tournament. Championship matches also were set up in Classes AA and A, and semifinalists were determined in B on the opening day of the -56th annual tournament. Class AAAA, the big city schools, play for the first time The Baytown YMCA swimming j today. Turner and Reuther head up team will travel to Pasadena.! State title games in all classes and Charles Beasley of Southern'the second Team that includes.5 a t: u r d a y, March 5, for thejare scheduled for Saturday. Methodist. j Rickey Sugg of Arkansas, Mick-! YMCA Region TTT swimming j Clear Creek, in the tourna- Gary Turner. Texas Chris -!ey White of Texas and Randyjmeet to be held in the San Ja-iment for the ninth time. AUSTIN (AP)—Clear Creek, a with 13, Bob McKay with 12 and A&M's Beasley Leads 1966 AII-SWC Cagers team — Darrell Hardy of Baylor) YMCA Basketball Tournament On Tap Saturday Tommy Jones with 10. Crane last appeared in the tournament 505-pound Negro, who scored 16[the field. Rockdale hit only 38.9 xiints and hauled in 17 re- j per cent. jounds. Lewis, only a junior,! Rockdale's leading scorer was maneuvered well, clearing forjthe lone senior in the line-up, shots, but missed several close- James Roy Young, with 20. n attempts. Honey Grove's victory over Lake Worth, stingy as usual Woodsboro was an upset since ! cinto College Pool. nan's high - scorer and rebound- j Matson of Texas A&M. er, and Norman Reuther. Texas! White. Reuther, Sugg and. Saytoxvn's YMCA will be rep- Tech's second half of its 1-2 Turner are seniors. Matson, al-j resented by 20 youngsters. En- punch, came within one vote of j though he is a junior scholastic- jtered in the 10 and under divi- landin'g on the first team. I ally, is rated a sophomore jsioq are: Ann Rice, Tina Coker, Ellen Detweiler, Marvin Wesselhoft, and Roy arid Bill Detweiler. The 11 and 12 year old entries are: Jane Detweiier, Allen Massey, and Wayne Singleton. Those entered in th 13-14 division are Paul Jaubert and The Blue Jays looked ragged j Michael Rice, and Tim Sonnen- in their victory over Bronte, j berg, Larry Toups. Donnie Snook Blue Jays Obtain 76th Consecutive Game The first team: AUSTIN (AP) — Snook won !its 76th consecutive game over a (two-year span today beating which had the least impressive j Robertson, Grant Halter, Jeff John Beasley, A&M 6-9, Kil-iBonte 55-40 in the Class B quar-j record of any Class B entry. Dur-jGilbreath, dare. terminals at the State Schoolboy Dub Malaise, Tech, 5-11, Odes-iBasketball Tournament. sa. Darrell Hardy, Baylor. 6-7, Houston. Carroll Kooser, SMU 6-7, Rich- The Blue Jays, defending B champions and winners of 50 games this year, will play Alba- ing one stretch in the third; Jimmy Dunham, Doug Rose, and quarter. Snook lost the ball four Gary Smith are entered in the times in a row on intercepted passes- Calvin Gerke, 6 foot 6 All Golden Friday morning in second j s tater, led Snook's scoring with SMU, ardson. Charles Beasley, Shreveport. The second team: Mickev White, Texas, 6-5, Can-!floor round play. 6-5, j Deweyville. paced by A 1 1-1 f or Bronte. i stater Dick Davis who scored (19 points. Royce Lee scored 15 game, gained the other] | semi - final berth by defeating losses b Kopperl ^ It- e !^l!! Bronte eliminated them. Kopperl finished the season with a thrashed highly rated Kilgore 66-54 to close out the eight-game program Thursday night. The Wildcats joined Marshall, a nar- TOW 53-52 victor over Andrews in the title game. It's the Rams first tournament trip. Two defending champions advanced a step. Lake Worth o Fort Worth ripped past a young Rockdale team, 60-46, to gain the AA finals and Snook, from 'he Brazos Valley, won its 76th game over a two-year period beating Bronte, a West Texas group, 55-40, to move into the George Cummmgs, Q ass B semifinals opposite Alba-Golden, which had a first- round bye. Crane's Golden Cranes, a fast high-jumping bunch from Wes Texas, used balanced scormi and a ball-hawking defense to crush Rockport 67-43 and gain 15 and over division. YMCA swimming teams from Lake Charles, La., to Corpus Christi will be represented in the meet and the first thre e places in this meet will be eligible for j the spot opposite Lake Worth, the area meet to be held hi Dal-i Honey Grove, from Northeast n 1942. Rockport's vas by Thomas Lewis, a 6-8, top performance on defense, got an unexpected j the Eagles had two all-tourna- 24 points from Mike Wakin, the ment players—William Toliver lowest scoring member of the]and Eddy Havel—back from^lasi starting line-up, for an easy victory over Rockdale. The Bullfrogs shot 62.2 per cent from year. Honey Grove was led by Meanwhile. John Talkington got and Steve Rosseau i" and that was just too much for the skidding Ag- gies. Texas Tech, the pre-season championship favorite, closed out with a loss but still finished in third place. Baylor whipped Texas SS-71 and that prevented the latter from tying Texas Tech. Instead the Longhoms deadlocked with Arkansas for fourth, Texas Christian lashed Rice 9J-S6 and the Horned Frogs wound up in a tie with Baylor for sixth. Rice was last with a 1-13 record. Mike Morrow with IS points", j Darrell Hardy scored 40 points Toliver had 12 tor Woodsboro, making its eighth trip to the tournament. The Eagles have never won a title. Snook winning No. 50 and set a new Baylor record as he led the Bears to their victory over Texas. He had a season total of 496. this S Gary Turner flipped in 24 year without a loss "and extend-'points'and had 22 rebounds, and Ing the winning streak that goes!five other Frogs scored in dou- back to December 1S64 to 76, ble figures as TCU made Rice's season one of the worst in its historv. Rice won onl yone game looked sluggish in whipping Bronte, not considered a strong challenge. ;n 23. Calvin Gerke 6-6 and an all-i Southern Methodists meets the state player, scored 19 points for j Big 8 champion in the Mid-west Snook". Bronte's Royce Lee had j Regional of the NCAA at Lub- 35 'bock next Friday. 36-2 record, Brcnte 20-6. ton. Norman Reuther, Texas Tech,! Kopperl 7o-G5 in t h e opening 6-7 Fot Worth I came of the tournament. Dewey- Ricky Sugg. Arkansas, 6 -1,' ville will meet Charming Friday, senior, showed a fine touch from Deweyville's Davis, a 5 foot Alba - Golden and Channing Berryville, Ark. Gary Turner, TCU 6-6, Fort 1 had first round byes. Worth. ~ Randy Matson, A&M Pampa. Two more victories by Snook 6-6Vi! would tie the all time state rec- the field, looping in long jump shots over his taller opponents. He scored 17 in the first half and added 11 in the second half. lord for consecutive victories of'Douglas Day was high for Kop- ! 7S set by Bowie in the mid-1950s, i perl with 23. las late this month. 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I Deweyville's all-stater Dick | Da vis scored 28 points as the (Southeast Te.vans in Class B ! eliminated a good Kopperl team ifrom North Central Texas 75-65. iThat put Deweyville in the semi- i finals against Channing, who had a first round bye. Clear Creek was particularly ! impressive against Kilgore, run- ining Up a 24-point lead and i coasting in for a victory against Ithe Bulldogs, who failed for the j fourth time to gain the finals. i Clear Creek won the AAA I i title in 1963 and finished second j Jin 1961 and 1964. j Kent Rindy scored 22 for high i point honors for Clear Creek. i Bill McGuire backed him up .•with 19. Mike Sechrist. 6 foot 7j I senior, had 19 for Kilgore, whoj ; couldn't handle the Wildcats' I hilly-court pressing defense. Wayne Doyal. 6-5 and consid-j ered one of the best schoolboy j players in the state, pulled outj Marshall's close victory overi Andrews. He scored 22 points, j :hitting 10 of 13 from the field.! 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