The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 6, 1966 · Page 8
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V*Btwra Sunday, MarcK 6, 1966 Locally, Nationally And Statewide -~ PEL Gander Track Tradition Among Best By JOE WHTTrnfGTOX jerly Rockhold holds above all; 1359 and 3:18.8 in 195S. San Sports Editor Jolhers. came in 1955 when thei The sprint medley relay was A recent publication compilediGanders held the world record'another big event for the Gan- bv track authorities Hugh Gard-j°f 3:17.9. Previously the Gan-|ders in this national honor roll ner and Fran Errota, "Highjders had set the world record injcollection. The Ganders held the School All Time List," shows j '54 in the same event with a j world mark twice in this event that Gnnder track heritage runs 3:19.8. a csost second to fresh air as 'also, in 1937 and '58. _ The '54 mile relay team con-j The team of Kenneth Taylor being the most treasured posses- sisted of Wally Wilson, MikeiBUl Hearon. Lynn Gray and "of the Baytown sports fol- Stewart, Vic Davis and Eddie i John Russell turned in a worlci Bussa, whUe the '55 time was;record of 3:32.0 in '57 and reeled off by Antone Smajstria,'Wayne Porter. Hearon. Gray , Wilson and Da v-; and Taylor toppled that one in the lowing. The Ganders hold no less than! , 23 spots in the booklet thatjf^" 1 * shows the top high school times j 15 - . ...j SS'SrsaSS-S'S -ajvrars &yg!.««- -» >.-, * • cinder before this time. And the times measured and timed in this informative little booklet i cover the entire United States. | Don Parkhurst's 9.4 hundred j V _ D«%AAl*k CAM yard dash in the state meet of! | Q DuTTIC lOl 1962 is the third best recorded in the nation over this time period in the wind - aided column. The best time in this event was a wind - aided 9.2 by JohnlBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS House of Muir High School inj The Boston Celtics and Phila- Pasadena, Calif. House turned jdeJphia TSers move into a show- the 9.2 trick xvith a wind - aided 'down weekend home-and-home, time back in 1963. (series tonight with th e National! The next event, in order of! Basketball Association's East-j page number, that the Ganders jern Division crown hanging in are listed in is the 440-yard re- the balance i to remain among the elite of -the high school track world. The Ganders clipped off a 3:32.2 in the sprint medley of, 1960, according to the authorita-; live publication. ! While Rockhold, who fielded his first Gander track team in the spring of 1938, has guided ithe Gander fortunes to a host' lol national records, he has cap; lured most of the local and the statewide track plums. '• \ Two Rockhold teams have cap-' ;tured the state 4A track title, in| "55 and "62. and five of his teams I have ended up second in theial meet, the District meet, has state gathering, although Rock-{been won by the Ganders no less hold only refers to second (than 14 times, during a period in the Lee Relays in 1942, '43. The Gander cinder-men have obtained local championships "44, '49, '51, '53, '57. '58, '60. '61. j vision. meet the proportions of the Bor-,peat district honors and travel the meet does not produce a!even farther. "winner" in the high school di-j The Ganders travelled into batrje at the Spring Branch '63 and finished a very UV, WA, I * *^IV4». [ ~- ,• close! The Gander trackmen of '65[Memorial Mustang Relays, Sat- my Savell and hurdler Tommy; Olympics at Laredo staring th?m Soov to the state meet in Austin,; intthe face next weekend. places. | extending from 1S41 to 1965. Si. "We tied for second back be-!of these district championships „ ^ „ .^.^ fore the war." Kockhold said, jhave come in succession, froaiisecona in 1965 to Spring Branch jran away with the District 22-4A j urday. trying to get tne season "But that was under a different j'60 to '65. j Memorial, the present Houston title and" sent high jumper Jim-; underway with the Bord er point system and I can't even! This district meet victor yiarea power. remember the year." (mark is surpassed by only the! During Rockhold's tenure at .. Gander track teams have won j Ganders' 12 wins in the annual • Robert E. Lee. the first job th> |but suffered their lumps during- "I don't keep up v.:th times a the all - important regional j Robert E. Lee Relays, now es-iformer 9.5 University of Te.xasithe schedule of meets. |!ot." Rockhold once said. "AU track meet, the next thing to theitablished as one of the top meets sprinter had the Ganders hav< The '66 bunch, which had their i I know is that you have to finish -------- ,'mpicl first meet, the Lamar Redskin j first to win." And the Ganders have done that quite often, on the national, state and local big state meet, 10 times, in 1944, Jin the state, drawing over 500 run off with the Border Olympic | f "4^ *!^ * E vi " t v^ te V7 '-iR 'f£\ anrf < rvaTTiriTOftnTc riiiT"ir*cy tHf* TQ(X-i I-OT-- • ^H-arrtT-^rtT-icV^r* *>,-i.*n ;« *ei n»*rl! and The one step before the region-1 in during the 1965 ver- ' championship twice, in '61 and i Relays, rained out, sports 13 re- j sion and looking for even more j '63. They have finished strong ! t u r n i n g lettermen and what "" '" lin the Texas Relays, another I they think a fine chance to re- level. Celtics, 76ers Eastern Title lay. The 1962 team turned in a H~9. while the 1961 team clocked The 76ers moved within l'-j games of the front-running Celta little slower at 42.2. j ic s Fridav night by whippin In the mile relay, an event' Cincinnati " 107-103 "while the I which the Ganders coped victory; Celts were bowing to St. Louis j in in the state meets of '53, '54.132-112. Boston. with eight | and '55, the REL trackmen • games remaining, plays at Phil-' placed their names in the book| at jelphia tonight. The 76ers have five times. jnine to play. A 3:15.6 in 1961 is listed, as well as a 3:17.7 in 1962. But the In other games, New York! rallied en five foul shots in the deci- JONES FURNITURE CO. New and Used Furniture 3306 MARKET PHONE 582-44S3 biggest boost in the book for the i Iast minute for a event which track Coach Bev-j skm over Detroit and jgeles whipped Baltimore 123-106 as Jerry West poured in 38 points. Philadelphia got 36 points from Wilt Chamberlain and ended a 13-game Cincinnati home court victory string. Chamberlain hit three field goals with jjust under six minutes remain- jing as the TSers opened a 12| point gap. I Then Oscar Robertson and the Royals rallied but Hal Greer dropped in a field goal and free | throw with nine seconds remaining, locking it up for the 76ers. Robertson finished with 36 points. St. Louis' pressing defense and 57 per cent shooting accuracy beat Boston. Rod Thorn hit 128 points and Joe Caldwell 27 for the Hawks, who moved a full game up on idle San Francisco in the battle for the third and final playoff spot in the Western I Division. Call Today For Safe, Reliable Prescription Service HERRING DRDG 110 W. Texas STORE 5S2-5024 HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW Sophomore And Junior Baseball Schedules SOPHOMORE BASEBALL SCHEDULE Team Jr. Varsity Anahuac Channel-view Anahuac Jr. Varsity Channelview Xorth Shore Xorth Shore So. Houston Gal vest on Sam Rayburn So. Houston Sara Rayburn Galveston Place H T H T H T T T T T M H T H JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE Team Place Sophomores Deer Park Texas City Pasadena Clear Creek Sophomores Deer Park Texas City La Marque Brazosport Brazosport H T T H T H H H H T H Time 4 p-m. 4 pjiu 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 pjll. 4 p-m. 4 pjll. ~ pjm. 11 a-m. 7 pjn. 4 p.m. 4 pjn. Tinie 4 p.m. 4 pan. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p_m. 7 p-m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 pjn. 12 noon 12 noon Texas City Tournament, Texas City Duke Squeaks To 21-20 Win jAfhletics; Lilly, jMatson Honored j DALLAS (AP) — Tne maiden ; efforts of the Dallas All-Sports j Association paid off Friday i night with a rousing banquet i of 600 fans who heard Coach 1 Frank Broyles of Arkansas list i the benefits of athletics, i Broyles. coach of the South- j west Conference football cham- Ipions for the past two years, i not only was the principal speak! er but also received the Field j Scoveli Award for his cor.tribu- jtions to sports. Scoveli is one of I the officials of the All-Sports j Association. I Bob Lilly, the Dallas Cowboys' all-pro tackle, was honored as Texas profession:;! athlete i of the year, J. T. King of Tex|as Tech received a plaque as | Senior College Coach of the jyear and Bob Baccarini of Hen- jderson County Junior College at | Athens was honored as junior i college coach of the year, i Randy Maison. Texas A&M ! world record shot putter and • basketball player. was to have [received plaques as Texas ' sportsman of the year and am- jateur athlete of the year. But 1 Matson sent word that he had ! gotten so far behind in his ) studies while playing with the IA&M basketball team that he ' : had to siay borne and cat Pitchers learn fielding-, tmi. Hittinif to the outfielders. Picture taking. OF MAJOR INTEREST- -SPRING TRAINING-And this is what it's like in the land of the sun as the 20 major league teams, followed by their minor affiliates, start spring; training in Florida. Arizona and California. Starling date is March 1 for most although pitchers report earlier. Pictures are from the camera of Central Press photographer Frank Kuchirc-huk. his work. His coacf By TED 5IEEER ifinals with a come-from-behind ; Thomas accepted the Associated Press Sports Writer j 75.62 victorv over South Caroii- - in hi « behalf. up ach Charlie na in the other ACC semifinal. ,,^- r , , u * e - Nonh Carolina Sou , team work and moral courage score affa!r overshadowed the anc j that this was what made AUTO T>tAC<Mt*tt CENTER Clay, Terrell Search For A Place To Fight In a throwback to the so- called good old days in college basketball the Duke Blue Devils edged the North Carolina Tar . Heels 21-20 in the lowest scoring! t" gtn s other developments, i America game of the season. The score i penn ' the Ivy League champion, at halftime was Duke 7, North!":* 5 ^^ ineligible for the " •*--• •••"•- lode Is- Univer- j Raleigh. N.C.. booed throughoutP' l - v . 0[ ^acuic qualllie d and 'the game as the Tar Heels went! Mannattan became ^ lintn a srali f,-rvm th» rmt=pt in nn' team named to the : Broyles said football's great- ? est teachings were leadership. great. OI NTT. the oth- Hatton Sees Light Astro Workout COCOA. Fla. (AP) — Grady MONTREAL (A) — The ^assius Clay-Ernie Terrell fight istill doesn't have a home. It has been asked to leave by such boxing centers as New York, Chicago. Montreal, Bangor, Maine and Verdun, Que. ! into a stall from the outset in an •' j effort to upset the nationally | er ma J° r post-season tourney. 'third-ranked Dukes in the semi-i Penn was ruled ineligible by Hatton, manager of the Houston Ifinals Friday night of the Atlan-:the NCAA after it was first *•• ,Astros, planned a light work- jtic Coast Conference champion-;nounced the Quakers would : out after dressing down his i ship toumev. j compete. Walter Byers, NCAA troops Friday about a s'oppy J "We don't call it a stall." said;NCAA had no choice because a!showing. i Dean Smith, the North Carolina! telegram from Gaylord P.! The rookies, except the batting ! coach. "We call it a delayed Harmvell. University of Penn-'practice pitchers scheduled to j offense. We wanted to win and sylvania president, "confirmed work, were given today off. The So the offer went to Verdun, a.the bid must be made by Frank; He admited, however, that a; we , p ] a ved the kind of ^ame we the earlier non-compliance" veterans drew two hours o* bat- Montreal SUbUrb- ~™-- - i- '"" -" T ~ : - "" -'- - --'- : '-'- '--•- '=—:-=---• i:..-. . -,n ~ r - =• The ci!\ iTunney or Vic Bagnato. the onK I state law limtiinng a fight to 10 planned. I was wrong because over th e controversial 1.6 sea- ting practice before taking off. Friday and licensed promoters in the prov-jrounds was a major stumbling we ] O st." ° idemic rule. Syracuse, which, Hatton jumped on his National jince. i block. It would take a special; Sm ith wasn't wrong by much.-was to have played Penn, then League team after a bad work- Then came an offer from Sor-' Back on the U. S. side of the i session of the legislature to.-The Tar Heels led 17-12 "midway i was given a first round bye. ;out on basic plays. council deliberated decided against it. el, population 25,000, located; border, promoter Rod Barnes ; f- [change it. . _ in the second half and, after! Rhode Island gained an NCAA "That's how you lose most of . . . .some 40 miles northeast of Mon-: H uron, S.D., said h e hasn't giv-j And in. Manchester, N. H., the r>uke had tied the score at 20-20' S pot by defeating Connecticut your one-run games, with your But there are others clamor-! 1163 !, and another from Edmon-'<?n up hope. jMancbester Union Leader said on steve Vacendak's basket, 67-62 in the Yankee Conference '<wn mistakes,' 1 he fussed, ing for it. Lots of them. Bids|ton. in the Canadian central! "I haven't heard a thing.";in its Saturday editions that; might have won jf John Yokley'playoff at Storrs, Conn. Thei'^'e're either going to make jcame flowing in through the la'.e i plains. ; Barnes said, "But I haven't giv-; groups m that city have spoken had converte <j f rom the foul line Rarn s meet Davidson in the: these plays right or we're going [night and early morning hours! Arum said he really didn't f n U P- We ' re ^e only state so.with the ^ promoters^ about r.vo with Ir40 left INCAA first round Monday u to Set somebody who can. We ' ' '"' "" "" ~'~ ' "~ " T ~ " < ~"' Duke's Mike Lewis was fouled Blacksburg. Va., in a switch of -can finish ninth or tenth with with four seconds on the clock, sites from Philadelphia after; anybody." j bee City — the latter only if the : today. " 1 jHe missed the first of two free.penn was declared out. j An mtra - squad game is I from such locations as Cobourg,! kriow what to do but hoped to far that 's § ot the sanction of the possible locaions in Manches-i jOnt.. Huron, S.D., perhaps Que-jhave things aU cleared up by State Athletl c Commission." |ter. each seating about 4,00.0. ; j Memorial Whips Lubbock; '. throws, but made the second forj Oregon State wrapped up th- 'scheduled ; the winning point. i Pacific Athletic Conference title : Roberts Sunday with Robin and Larry Dieker Meets Samuel! For Title BUY 3 GET 1 FREE Shock Absorbers i American Hockey League will! Then the other bids came in. | vacate the premises — oossiDly! Cobourg, Ont., a community [Toronto and maybe Manchester,:of 11,000 about 65 miles easst of N.H. I Toronto, announced through Those are the later bids. Al- Mayor Jack Heenan that if legal ready on tile were those offers requirements were met. the °, f , tS ° reI ' Que " and Edmcnto ". Cobour S Arena - fating capac-, AUSTIN (AP) _ Houston ship Rockport 73-42 for, - ,. ,— A! l 3 / . i Jt > r - 3 - MO - coujd beoffered - , : Memorial and Dallas Samuell.ithird place in AA. Stanley Bow-i Duke edged South Carolina 4i- ialthough the Bruir . s wh ip pe di KINGSVILLE .'AP)-Th c Tex_ The fight, billed for the world '• In Queec City, promoter Al- who sometimes {]io po ints in i and G ] en Chmelar, the" Sopho-, 38 earlie ^ ln , ^e season m a; Southern California 94-79. i as All College Press Club has neavyweight championship and len Mitchell said th e fight could faster ^^ you car ,- countf were'mores, had 16 and 15 p oinls | more typical low _ scoring game. The id]e u of Pacific Tigers! announced establishment of the scheduled for March 29, has;go on there if the Quebec Aces „ apDV Frida V ni?ht just to bans i respectively and A. D. Burton: S!nce thc elimination of the cen-; b , cked imo the We<;t Coast Ath j Joyce Wilkinson Memorial oeen looking for a home ever would give up their March 29 onto '- the ba ^ as ^y advanced | scored 16." i terjump nearly -.0 years ago i " Conference chamoionshipl Scholarship fund, open to any since K was turned out of Chica-home hockey game against tQ ^ aass AAAA finals at , Woodsboro eded Fairfield 44-i T^ 2l - 20 s core recalled _ when ^ An ;high school senior who plans to Vacendak was high scorer for and itg accompanying NCAA i P'tchmg. -[Duke with six points on three' berth by defeating arch-rival i :baskets. Yokley also scored six; Ores . on ' orl the roa d 49-42. Th. i. . ; points on two baskets and two; Beavers' victory made UCI-A. 1^61110^31 lUflU 58T UD .; fouls to top the iar Heels. [^g former national chamuions [ r go after Clay sounded off in the Providence, wake of his draft re-classifica- arena. against thus freeing the Woodsboro edged Fairfield 44-: jump;g amcsof the N' vtv«i*. iJl^t:, Ij^r acu^. .4. v«-"i *.JH.*_ITVIIJ--- . tu-_..*V, f . T>;T---itoc- So Robert Arum, a New York'it would accept a fight that ev-<* * e fourth quarter m slipping; beat the Pirates lawj-er and an officer of Main eryone else seems to want to get P aSL Lubbock Monterey 50-..5. i'' - - [i . T3^..4- T ...t,:~w it.- _• j _« »• i ^ami:<3ll who tu.-irp fallieH TOT ; nln g nl;5 uuct -,< Montreal day. said "No" Guaranteed Quality No Money Down ... Fait Installation If Easy Credit ** Kmart PLAZA 1801 N. Pruett Open 9-9 'Happy 54th Birthday" Thurs-.; McKenzie said he has been period to win the semifinal; !approached by Cassina. but that;match. J i The state title game today is ! a rematch of an early season 'contest when Samuell hung up | one of its top scoring perform- jances, beating Memorial 101-87. Class 3 finalists also were ? d ta * llh ° nly ° nc ciated Press Top Ten to see ac., Duke tries for the ACC title i tion . finished its re S ular season jand an NCAA bid tonign j wlth a 51 - 4 ~ road squeaker over i against North Carolina State.! Brown. The Friars' next gamr Ithe team which upset the Blu< is against St. Joseph's of Phila- graduate of U.-3S a 1963 Pearsall High 21-20 score the state schoolboy basketbaH'43 on William " Toliver's jumijjp 1 "^ 5 , 01 ^ ea ^'^ e ^ a such r.^ |~ e] " es "f^yoi^ playing at home, j study journalism at A&I. . )tournament. shot with three seconds renlain "|iqoo ^i- • %o p" "j ^"-iq^t' upset San Francisco 78-63. Thatj ^iss Wilkinson At one time or another Pitts-'dent was not too enthusiastic J Memorial, who broke lOOJing to win third in A \ pi ^ 21 "west" Virginia 6 19 • 19:27, ^ve UOP a burgh. New York, Louisville/ "Quebec City is not the junk P 0 ^ three times this x ?^\^°\:^^ n ^ e ^^.!^\Nom Dame 19 Iowa IS: 1925.^ conference and Bangor. Maine turned it vard for other cities in the P rov- :a "d once f c ° r ^ . down. jnce." he said. "I don't see why : ff^ f f ^d_the^oall for^^j^,^^.; 1 ^ ^ ^J^iKansas 21 Missouri 19; 1917. The seventh-ranked Prov,- in _; Washington state 23 Stanford 55. jdence Friars, the only team, „ v, „ • „- j -mi'mno- ms mree-ame 10^1 ^ 78.1 ^ ^ Chicago, then a Bir j other ^ an Duke , in The Asso Bout, Inc.. which owns the rid of." I Samuell, who twice tallied 101;™ n » ^^1 et .^' '* ^ ^ a .jTen power, crushed Wisconsin! closed-circuit television rights: In Toronto Ontario athletic i points in a game, w as held 'O|" , 1 , ^ r . hY( ~. ,, ^hn -nds ^ &A for the fight, started looking : commissioner Merv ^K»™o • ite iowest point tota! this season, j^^ 106 " ano ^rapoeq i., reuouiiu^.^ around Canada for a site. Loren said a bid to stage the bout :ni lighting off Austin McCallurr.j Cassina of All-Canada Sports that city would be made in the '47-40. The Spartans also started j _ Ltd.. joined him. !next couple of days. ia slowdown game in the filvl! i\IJ|| School and until her death last Thanksgiving Day in a car accident was a junior journalism major at A&I. A PROMISE IN ACTION Girl Scout Week March 6-12,1966 4/O CONVENTIONAL Home Loans HEADQUARTERS FOR FHA & Gl LOANS McDonald & Hebert 12 N. Gaillard Agency Baytown 583-1704 King Is Moved NEW YORK (AP) — A S1.5 million suit against Martin Luther King Jr.. by police Lt. Thomas Giliigan has been trans: determined Friday a s Snook, de-! ferred to New York. Giliigan Ifprvlinp- rhflmnirvn anft winners i was accused by civil rights • Devils in the ACC tourney last i year. The Wolfpack reached the delphia in the NCAA first round at Blacksburg, Va., Monday. ;fending champion and winners]was iof MR. WORKING MAN Start part !:me quickly into your owr. fun time hu.i.r.ens. S120O ca.«h ir.vestnjenl today w.Jl earn real £r<wl money. 2 hrs. p*r wtrfk part TITT;- supervision required. No experience n<^c«ss.-ir>-. FacTor>- Iralns and sets you up. Write (riving no. to Dept. H-A. Boi S30I Universal City. Caiif. 77 consecutive games since i December 19S4, edged Alba; Golden in overtime 52-46, and ^Cbanning routed Deweyville 74-i 53. i Snook and Charming will open | state title play today with a 9 a.m. game, followed by the Class AA championship game j between defending champion Lake Worth of Fort Worth and Crane, making its first trip to Other championship games match Clear Creek and San Antonio Marshall in AAA and Gruver and Honey Grove in A. Third-place winners were determined Friday and today: j Kilgore defeated Andrews 53|49, by outscoring the West Tex- {ans 12-2 during one stretch in jthe third period, and won consolation honors in Class AAA. Rockdale got 47 points from two sophomores and a junior to groups of starting the 196-5 Harlem riots with his fatal shooting j of a Negro boy. The suit charges that King, a Negro preacher, characterized the shooting as "murder" in public statements in New York, Georgia and other stales and claims King spoke with "actual malice." A 17-year veteran on the force, Giliigan said he shot in self defense after James Powell. 14, threatened him with a knife. The incident occurred July 14, 1964 and the riots broke out a few nights later. An official investigation cleared Giliigan of blame. Look For Free Movie Tickets On Classified There's another new Chevrolet pickup on the roads around here and Barber's Hill. This one belongs to Freddie and Marilyn Her. Bobby Cdom, Buclr Turner Chevrolet sales representative is shown making the delivery. The ller's are both graduates of Barber's Hill High School and attend the First Baptist Church there. They have three sons, Richard, Kenneth and Kevin. Freddie works at C. F. Braun.

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