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Tuesday, March 8, 1966 Baseball Leads Pack- Spring Sports Off To Good Start By JOE WHTriTNGTOX Sun Sports Editor The slate of Robert E. Lee spring sports is off to a roaring I and and relay men Kenny Fenelon Dwight Denson" suffering minor muscle pulls. Aside from FeneJon and Den- JH^toT^La 9 m^ I ^ce SO 'rf'," ade '* *° *" St3te **«»••««« ?k«*P5ng the infield, riddled by I Third baseman Richard Olivi£E£££K Sr^^r*! 1 year '. . . . 1-^' ?* an extra period for!er continued to have troub.es start in all phases, with the | son's ill fate, weightman Charlie baseball team tasting the big- jHendricks missed his best event, gest share of success in posting j the discus, because of a college a perfect 4-0 season thus far. [board examination. Hendricks Coach Beverly Rockhold's; barely squeezed into the shot track track team ended up sec-j competition following the test ond in their first completed \ and finished fourth. track meet Saturday at Spring j Aside from these obvious Branch Memorial's Mustang Re-!handicaps, star 440 man and) i Gander diamondmen had scored J29 runs to their opposition's :to begin what looks like an couraging pre-district record. Nettleton's ion shows I tt- ork on fielding ground balls, j fielding ground balls, but there _ bis group be-1 The Ganders committed 101 is still a lot of work ahead that e/J -.tween the Border Olympics injcrrors in the two wins they[Treuhardt has not touched on | Laredo and The annual meet at \ took Saturday and right now! too much — and this is one of teamjBrazosport, Saturday. j Treuhardt is trying to iron them 'them. and Marshall Nettleton will be at the Aus-j°ut- 7 Jaycee Tournament Satur- f Gander Utility infielder Dean Little- first baseman Fred page, second base and shortstop. lays. In finishing second behind Memorial, the Ganders were beat- relay runner Bill Askey missed' the 440 finals after qualifying in the preliminaries because of the second in toumev. en out of first by a wide mar-i college board exam. is hampered by a pulled! showed that he could become R H'—•- -*• —- ~.,_i ^ ic ^ii*-.dv,tii^;j, ijg QJQ senior caicnerj** civj - i-itmr^a^c <uj.w na& a. few l b > r Suff s of Houston, at 4 p.m.(Dennis McAfee, who has a! "its to his credit while seeing !Thursday on the Gander!sprained ankle 1 spot duty, .s girls doubles team;grounds. > c^^^-^ .,__ . j The Gander pitching, and A.ntnr.;r, *»* »!"' es for a ^P* 31 win an< * vie-j niuscle and saw very limited I one of the better Ganders in .-vmonio ana a ;tory number five over th e Mil- action. a s did senior catcher field. Uttlepage also has a J ot Bunting and Fredna Tillery,] Treuhardt put his team'has r , . . , Second oaseman Alan Acostaj gin of 40K points, with sprinters | Don Treuhardfs baseballers'now departed by graduation,' through extra paces Monday a minor muscle pull and throwing in general, was ham: stayed out for the infield work. by the cold Barbers Hill, Crosby — Bay-Tex Trackmen Prepare r RONNIE PLOCIfECK meet is returning intact. | sprint and mile relays the dis- as a freshi^r in th^ no'e va"lt -n, t? Su nSports Staff The 440 relay composed oi'icus. and the high jump. Lans-the 1956 season, Speer"replied < + ; u* returnin S 3et ' •town's area schools arc Bobby Steck, Benny Lansford. j ford has been clocked at 10.5 in "We're <*oin<* to trv to »et ' e*' : r- n J ? " f d ' e r Jimm >' ig into the swing of things i James Tilton, and Walter Far-; the century. many boys to the state meet as • th -'"^K -° f !mshed . fourth in WHO'S OX FIRST? — Astros first basemen Chuck Harrison, left, and Jim Gentile in a bit of horseplay at first base 5n spring training at Cocoa. Florida, Harrison, last year at last year at Oklahoma City Is trying to get the starting- assignment. Gentile was the regular first baseman most of 1365. Harrison Is a riehthand batter, Gentile a leftv. Hatton says he won't platoon the two. ItTl either be Harrison or Gentile. In Tpronfo— Clay-Terrell Fight Is Placed On The Records meet is returning intact. j sprint and mile relays, the dis- The 440 relay composed cf|cus. and the high jump. Lans- ^OJWYVUS aita ^IHAJIS ni.v Bobby Steck, Benny Lansford.: ford has been clocked at 10.5 in getting into the swing of things i James Tilton, and Walter Far- • the century. as the 1966 track season grad-! rel1 . clipped off a 44.9 in the '65 \ Danny Walker is slated for ally comes into focus. 'regional meet and is looking duty in the open 440 the 220 Barbers Hill opened their sea-! fpfward to better performances; and the mile rela: son at Livingston Saturday withi^" 8 season - jwell o.ualified for less than astounding perform-! stec?c ' a sophomore, is Bar-:mile race having a u illt Ui ances which can probably be ac-i!^" 5 Hil! ' s P remie r sprinter hav-;in the event for credentials. i potential counted for bv Saturda\-'s hi--*bJ lng been cl °c k "ed at 10.0 in last' Speer has a wealth of sprint-j winds. " ° J" ear 's Liens Club Relays. Steck : er s on this year's version of the! is consistent at about 10.2 and Eagles but bemoans the lack of I -.. ^rv^jis slated for the 100 yard dash, distance runners and partici-i W , ll "V ;UC ,r ••a-n-ithe 440 relay, and the mile re-;pants in the field events. i clipboard this year's competition.! Some of the slack in the field,U^l™?-" Coach Gordon Spear describes i however, could be taken un bv'"*" Benny Lansford as probably his'Donald Kennedy, a and from Houston, who hss reported- pered Monday (weather. i "I'll tell you," Treuhardt 'said, "I sure wanted to get (those pitchers and infielders to I throwing that ball hard, but the weather has been so cold. 'A couple of our infielders especially need to team to cut | loose with that ball and not i keep pushing it over to first." Treuhardt hopes to get a prac- jtice game before the Thursday 1 as a sophomore. Cream should 1 ly in the 15's U:i.< tha-k^ tna.uke The fo- th, ; most versatile thinclad St. Mark's Makes It To Finals Of YMCA Cage Meet Trantharn appears to be jOne of the best prospects. This! Over at Crosby coach Jack j is Trantham's first year to re-! t afford to speak'port for track since" the eighth! a confident air as his grade when he ran a 10.8 in the! shows only three let-; 100. Spence indicated that Tran-i -etuming from last j tharn would probably be entered i year's district runnerup team. iin the open cuarter in this vear's! transfer; Heading the list is half milerjroeets. j ,. UJ ^, ^-nw-.uii «^u mjin -myu^Lwu, \\mj Lias imported-f i-ommy b\oboda. jhe lanky jun-> Others on the thin varsity' (plans to enter the junior in the.ly cleared the standards at ll-6j ior came on strong during theicrew are Gary Clernmons," low' ' — : — — jlast part of the 1965 season and!hurdles, BobbV Wood sprints 1 ! won a trip to the regional meet j and Rodney Crowe!! pole vault' I if or hjs efforts. Svoboda prom-j j u n ; o ' AM ^ thinclads | ises to be one of the bright „ ,,. , , i i spots in an apparently dismal! ionny ^ ilchal! *y. Robbyi | season for the Buffs. ;Buck Johnny Shaw Burt Mc- j C. A. Curtiss is Crosby's top| w ^' Ralph Breen -' and Budd - v i man in the field events record-' __ ! ing a best toss of 12S feet in the I s and Members may begin signing up!^ 0 " 8 - as , a junior for third j they will fae participating'in "the ntrv.nmv at- the ,,!,,HV --,, -1— .Place in last years district [second annual Bu'ldo^ Rela v s in meet - ' \Valler A cigarette that tastes rich...and mild, too. Light up a Half and Half, the pipe tobacco cigarett? Your search is over. 5fh Annual Member-Guest Goose Creek Tourney Set , Plans are underway for the ; ber s and their guests. i fifth annual member-guest golf! Entry deadline is April TORONTO (API Clay-Ernie Terrell title- fight is never that Montreal suburb. Rowntree the Cassius heavyweight title fight is never Rowntree went before the held, it will be in the records, j Legislature after -receiving the The bout went into the records recommendations of Merv Me Kenzie. the Ontario athleti Council, which chsaed it out of in Pleasantville, N.J., he won't j believe any site is certain "until I see Clay in the same ring with me." of the Ontario Legislature Monday when Ontario Labor Minis- director. ter Leslie Rowntree discussed it! Although Rowntree has before making a decision wheth-jsay on the fight ,he apparent!, er to allow the rejected, refused felt he should bring the matter and kicked-oiit fight to be held'before tile Legislature in Toronto. jarring. Rowntree could make his de-' Harold Ballard. executive cision today. vice president of Maple Lea: Earlier the fight wa s recorded Gardens had said Sunday nigh by such bodies as the New!the controversial bout would be York State Athletic Commis-jheld there. But Monday he said: sion. which refused the fight: i "If the government is against the Illinois attorney genera! and jit .there will b e no fight in Mathe Illinois Athletic Commis-jple Leafs Gardens. We will not sion. which kicked the bout out;consider it on an outlaw basis " of Chicago, and the Verdun City; However, he added. "We ex•peel the fight to be okayed. One official of Main Bout, Inc., which has television rights to the fight, was taking a wait and see attitude. [ "We're just sitting, waiting," Mike Malitz, said in New York. "What else can we do?" However. Robert Arum of New York, a stockholder in Main Bout and its attorney, said Monday night in Toronto: i "If this thing is prolonged it will hax-e to be moved. I'm setting no deadline, but everyone knows we can't wait any longer than Tuesday. We've got to take How can we sell a cigar for mare cig King Edward Cigars Jacksonville. Florida Cage Playoff Results TOURNAMENTS NCAA University Division (First Round) Eastern Regional St. Joseph's 55, Providence 48 Davidson 95, Rhode Island Mid Bast Regional Dayton 5S, Miami, Ohio 51 Western Ky. 105, Loyola (HI.) St Mark's Methodist and the *-*hurch of tne Latter Day Saints^ ——•>.—» ».i*.*..w*-i-i^ W toi, ^uii were scheduled to meet Monday i tournament, April 29. 30 and in the REL gym in the finals of i May *• at G °°se Creek Countrv the YMCA Church Basketball | C!ub League Tournament. Friday the 29th will be St. Mark's reached the Pnals practice rounds. The 36 - hole!two-man teams. reacnea tne tjials, tournament win be Saturdav j Sodal plans for 23 ;now at the club's pro shop. ; Attested handicaps are required i for.; The field will be limited to 100-1 and Sunday - It; wnl11 be on the basis of wins over First! Presbyterian in the opening round and St. John's in the second round. St. Mark's trounced First Presbyterian, 61-23, in the first match of the day led by Gary Lewis' 15 points, "others in double figures for the winners were Joe Kubik and Bill Mueller with H and 10 respectively. The Methodists found the going a little rougher in their contest against St. John's as they. barely scraped by 41^50. ! LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP)—Two Eddie Carroll led all scorers' Texa s schools — once-beaten with 14 points. j Texas Western and On the other side of the tour-: Southern Methodist — the weekend ; , _ - - medal, are also being planned and will' jplay, using handicaps. jbe announced shortlly by Bill 1 The tourney is for club mem-|Beckman, tournament chairman. UH, Miners- Three Texas Teams Title Race SEE DEMOCRACY IN ACTION! THE LUMUS DODGE BOYS URGE YOU TO VISIT A PUBLIC SCHOOL DURSNG PUBLIC SCHOOL WEEK. surgin resume -' of the Big Eight title. —- —..— u —-wi L>dt^\_ \jj_ uit LUHi -. ..*.».•* -.'.fcx,M-jirf^iA^*. — i. coLiiiic triPir r nament, the Latter Day Saints : their quest for national basket- 'beatin°- ioi drew a bye in the first round.ball honors her e Friday nightj a f^r" 65 before soundly thrashing St. Jo- 1 in the NCAA Midwest Regional:westVi seph's Catholic 100-19 in the sec-'Toumament. j lt " West Regional Houston 82, Colo. State 76 Tex. West. S9. Okla City 74 NCAA College Division Mid West Regional (Championship) N. Dakota 112 t Valparaiso 82 NAIA (First Round) Southern State Ark 72 Guil- ord. N.C. 67 Central Mich. 67, Edinboro a. 53 Morris Harvev 110 Peru ;tate. Neb. 103, ot Norfolk State 132, Upper Iowa ™»?- , Texas Western and Cincinnati, game Copper led everj'one in! the Missouri Valley Conference! With Texas o d ^ P ^1 S "^ ^; cham P- n - °Pe n the two - day 20-9, Bobby followed by R. C. Janmse, 27. meet at 1 p.m. They will be middle for 13 of his ?• Jerry Baker, £,. and Al Fayle. : followed at 9 p.m. b/ Southern i and his team went In iMethoidist and Kansas, winner i It led 43-37 at half time. All Classes-State Champs Pace Top Tourney Teams Then 6-t'oot-S Dave Lattin took! lover for the Miners. The 240- \ i pounder scored 20 points andi i captured 15 of Texas Western's! po rebounds. | Oklahoma City went into the igame as the nation's No. 3 scoring team with a 99-point average. Texas Western claimed the ' K you want to move fast and you want to go far then by golly, Podner, this is your car this show w e dcn't on the get a road again decision. We , Okla. if em 76 have two alternate spots we are thinking about." Another attitude — one of •'show me" — was taken by Terrell. The S-foot-G World Boxing- Association champion said Baptist SO, Calif. West- Central State, Ohio 92, St. Thomas. ?»Iinn. 69 Rockhurt 102, Millersville St. :ni § ht 86 Georgia Payne 80. South, ot 85 ; nation's third best defense, yielding just over 60 points a game. AUSTIN (AP) — The Class j averaged 32.5 points in the two! Kansas earned its tournament AAAA and AAA state champions; tournament Barnes last week |P lac e by beating Colorado 85-65 and runners-up each placed two! other Class 4. s»t e cnr-,= WP rpi at Lavvrence - Kan., Monday men on the all-state-toumament| ilike V OT -. 0 , V '_,.:"„;,„„,, basketball team s in those con- ^f ^^ ^am^Hveo es ' (Woodsboro and Paul Smith ofi Kansas brings a 22-won, 3-lost T" 6 A "-Star teams, chosen bylFairfield Tlpton a unanimous ' record into lhe Lubb ock tourna- newsmen reporting the touma- 1 choice, and foliver were repeat- i ment Howard ment . we re made public today. ;er s from last year's ail-touma-l Southern Methodist carries the Houston Memorial, 73-68 vic-i ;rlen t team. i worst won-lost record of the four " ., winning its 19th con- CITIZENS SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Earn From The First B champion: tor over Dallas Samuel for the! Snook, th e AAAA championship, put Jerry!and possessor of Kroll and Vernon Cross on the]longest winning All-Tournament team. Samuell'games placed Caivi-i oer placed Gary Hawkins and Bob-j Larry Kovar. Gerke was a by Harrison. The fifth "'-• .-«-l—.-—- ----- . . * was Austin McCallum's Johnson, a junior and the non-senior on the team. teams into the meet. Although the state's \? e . KMustan 2s are 16-8. they' mg streak ui ! fln 'snea the regular season Calvin Gerke and sc . hedule W'th ID consecutive un _ friumphs to win the Southwest - - j 'j- -"..jvcu. \^^iivc was a un- — ~—player janimous choice this year and j n l Confe rence championship. David j 1965 when Snook also ' "' ' only title. won the! Cincinnati, expected to finish [seventh in the tough Missouri "*-- iov-»^.n(.ii in uic: tuugll i»H5;iOUn Also represented on the Class Valley Conference in preseason . ~ * •• .M-iiu represented on the Class va " e y <~omerence in pres The thrrd-place finisher, Lub-|B team were Randy Sherrod of assessments of the teams won bock Monterey, did not hav e a;Channing, Mac Hoo'ton of Alba-'the title with a 10-4 record and man on the team. San Antonio Marshall, cham- Golden and Dick Davi s o f Dew-!was 21-5 over-all. eyville. The winner of the Lubbocl. regional advances to the NCAA w pions of AAA after a 64-60 over-j The teams were selected by regional advances to the NCAA; time victory over Clear Creek, i newsmen covering the three-day finals at the University of Mary-1 put Wayne Doyal and Dennis i tournament here. Hand. • Leach on the All-Tournament i — I team. Clear Creek was repre-! sented by Paul Hackett and Bill! McGuire. Hrram Hubert of An-j drews took the fifth spot. j Kilgore, third-place winner in) AAA, placed no one on thej COCOA, Fla. (AP) — The Astros Concentrate On Hitting For Exhibition AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - "The!^ 0 " state f cham p _ion jc hool s> _ Class- ^ RUe es A of the A and B provided seven 15 players chosen on the all-tournament basketball teams their with champion in Orlando, in pre- exhibition cut recently on the bottom of his foot, wil] have to take it easy until later this week. While spring Fla. in those classifications. Lake Worth of Fort Worth ,,-„ two-time Class AA titlist, placed!^ Thursday , . In the National League club's third and last intra-squad game training was American i going strong in Cocoa, work- Minnesota ing the Astr Polara three players—Teddy Gillum. Lambert Koeniger and Mike Wakin. Gillum and Kkoeniger also were all-tournament selections a year ago. Eddie Jone s of Jrane was the only choice for the AA team. The ing the Astros' domed stadium in Houston from a rodeo arena back to a baseball field. T o - The Astros will play their first J.Monday, Joe Morgan and Jim home exhibition game against the regulars to a the Los Angeles Dodgers March tri,™ "•"""" n en ' Kkoeniger! Manager Sonny over the rookies. Morgan drove in three runs and Geniile hit a two-run homer. Grady Hatton said •-''- and Lee Maye's bunting ^nd the squad's second ^ ewe or we u* RMasnet •on the Class A team. They were Bill Lieb and Sam. Tipton. who Injuries So have been HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW slight. Bob Ullis strained an an ankle Monday in base running drill and will be idle for a few days. Pitcher Don Lee, 19. The Houston Livestock Show Rodeo finished its run Sunday •light in the Astrodome. By Wednesday, a spokesman said, the dugouts should be ready and the seats probably will be in baseball position. P3ans call for the infield and outfield to be resodded with Bermuda grass. A synthetic surface that would replace the grass, which has a hard time growing in the stadi- Here's liberation for your luxury tastes: Polara '66! Big. Solid Wide sweeping lines. Exceptional visibility. Remarkable handling and cornering. Under the hood: a big 383 V8 (with 2 or 4 barrel carbs) or a thundering 440 V8. Or consider Polara 500. With aircraft bucket seats nifty center console with choice of transmissions —a 4-speed fully synchronized manual or a 3-spsed automatic with floor-mounted selector lever. A handful of action, the Polara. And one of the handsomest reasons to go Dodge in '66! V»« know they're good guy a —they wear white hat« EXCELLENT INVENTORY TO CHOOSE FROM ^. • -* ^ ^ J BHI DODGE BOYS OPEN TIL 8 P.M. Monday riini Fiday um, Is under decision whether consideration. has been made to use it. ^— . 2800 MARKET Curfon >«r* Our Fr;«ndf" PHONI 583-7474 DARTS CORONETS POLARAS MONACOS NEW, EXCnTNQ FASTBACK CHARGER

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