The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 11, 1966 · Page 9
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91m Friday. March II, 1966 •RICK BRADFORD By Pool Morris A. »TRAKK*e C*Af=Ti 1 WANT TO SSE CAJTAJM TKAVAU AK£? THE eoMMANoee OP ivtxr RIP KIRBV By Alex Raymond ri?ue s> IF A HOVE ISN'T FOUNP FOR. HIM HE A\AY BE r^ •AHO STARTED ALL TrtE TWOUSLE. BUT YOU DIDN PO YiROUS C*i PURPOSE, rac? •YOU, LUCKY? PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates WE'LL HAVE TO STAY IN A MOTEL. TON IGHT, PH! N E AS. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT CUDDLES ? JUST ME AND AAY WIFE AND SON. CHIEF By Joe Dowley THERE'S NO USE DENYIN' IT/ YOU STOLE SAY FIREWATER/ I KNOW YOU PIP IT/ COME OVER HERE ANP LOOK ME STRAIGHT IN THE EYE / I PARE YOU / SOOP BOX COYOTE.' YOU LOOKEP HIM STRAIGHT NUBBIN By Jin: Bans®! 1 & George Crandal! LITTLE HENRY By Carl Anderson M GOING TO TAKE A HIKE SNTHE WOODS. DUDLEY. / BETTER BE CAREFUL OF WILD I ANIMALS/ MR. ABER.MATHY. HI AND LOIS By Mort Walker and Dik Browne I CAN'T STAND THE WAV THIRSTV TREATS IRMA-V OH, PEOPLE HAVE PIFFERENT WAYS OF CONDUCTING THEIR LIVcS THEY'VE BEEN -MARRIED CVER TEN YEARS-I GUESS THEY'VE WORKED OUT THEiR OWN BRAND OF HAPPINESS. BETTLE BAILEY / DONT BCTMER ' ME VYiTM STUFF THAT/ 3-fI BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Lasswefl WELL SHORE HAVE TH' LftST LftFF ON THAT VARMINT TONIGHT ( I'M BEGINNIN ,_., ( TO WONDER HA \ ABOUT THAT VONDER GOES THAT THIEVIN' SNUFFY S/VUF — SNEAKIN'TOWARDS OUR HENHOUSE Temple beating Virginia Tech tangle with Southern Methodist 88-73 and NYU edging De ?aulj*e Southwest Conference 68-65 Southern Illinois and Ken- champs, in the Midwest region- rell is out ss the opponent of champion Cassius day in the scheduled world heavyweight title bout here March 29. George Chuvalo, the Canadian champion, was expected to be named today as his replacement, Terrell was dropped as Clay's opponent Thursday night by vice Inc., which holds the ancillary rights. "His demands were too exorbitant," Malitz said at Atlantic dike Malitz, executive president of Main Bout, City, N.J., conference effort to iron out their differences. Terrell rejected Wednesday to fight me, I'd like to fight the IRMA/ ASH TRAY/ BUT THEIR Bj?AND MAKES WE UNHAPPY-' By Mort Walker MOM, \ THE BOYS IN \ TUE a^EKACxCS SAID I WAS A / TATTLETALS I DOMT WANT TO HEAR ABOUT IT// National Championship — Russell Seeks Another Goal Associated By TEDMEIEB Sports Writer Cazzie Russell, Michigan's college hasketeail player of the year, starts tonight -on the road •>e hopes will reach his one remaining goal In the college sport. He never has played on a national championship team and this is his last chance. The two-time All-America has sparked Michigan to three straight Big Ten titles. He leads the Wolverines against dangerous Western Kentucky, the Ohio Valley Conference champs, in the Mideast regionals at Iowa City. Iowa. The NCAA championship tournament enters its second round with eight games at four regional sites. Meantime, the NTT opened in New York Thursday night with In his sophomore year, Russell led Michigan to a third- place finish in the NCAA and to second place behind UCLA last season. Another notch upwards this year and Russell will reach his goaL The nationally top - ranked Kentucky Wildcats battle the Dayton Flyers in the first game of the Mideast regionals at Iowa City. The second-ranked Duke Blue Devils oppose the fifth-ranked St. Joseph's Hawks of Philadelphia in another attractive doubleheader in the E. regionals at Raleigh, N.C. Davidson and Syracuse also meet at Raleigh. Third-ranked Texas Western meets Cincinnati, the Missouri Valley Confernce titlists, and Kansas, the Big Eight champs. ucky Wesleyan reached the finals of the NCAA small-college tourney while Central State of Ohio, the defending champion. was eliminated in the quarter- inals of the NAIA. als at Lubbock, Tex. Rounding out the NCAA program is the Far West regional at Los Angeles. Oregon State, the PAC champs, go against the Houston Cougars after U. of Pa- Terrell Out- Chuvalo Looks Clay's Next Match TORONTO (AP) — Ernie Ter-;Malitz*s statement that he had after a three-hour with Terrell in an been dropped. "All we asked for were the terms in the original Chicago contract where we were guaranteed $50,000 from the live gate, $100,000 from the ancillary receipts and $12,300 in training expenses." Permission to hold the fight in Chicago was withdrawn, thus leading to a new contract when Maple Leaf Gardens agreed to hold the fight. Clay flew to Toronto from Miami Thursday and signed to defend his title on March 29 against Terrell or a "suitable substitute." "If Terrell doesn't come here the new contract offered him fay the Maple Leaf Gardens, but eft the door open for negotia- ion. He and Malitz met at his raining camp in Pleasantville, N.J. "His demands were unreasonable and exorbitant in view of he conditions prevailing," Malitz said. "He thinks he is the leavyweight champion of the world which we do not think he is. And while we do not condone any statement made by Clay in regard to his being reclassiSed 1-A in the draft, titles are still won in the ring and not by words.'' Terrell, recognized as champion by the World Boxing Association, did not take into consideration the changed conditions, a spokesman for Main Bout said later. "Many of the theaters counted on for the closed telecast of the fight have canceled because of Clay's comments on the war _in Viet Nam," the spokesman said. "Terrell was asked if he would accept 575,000 guarantee from all sources plus training expenses but he turned it down. 1 ' "More power to him," Terrel declared when he learned of man most deserving of the next hot. Chuvalo." Clay said before eturning to Florida. Chuvalo was outpointed by 'errell in a 15-rounder here last November. Expansion Group Blamed For Brave Anti-Trust Action MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Mil waukee civic group seeking to obtain an expansion franchise in the National League was pictured Thursday as one of the instigators of the antitrust action against baseball. Attorney's defending the game against monopoly charges in the move of the Braves from Milwaukee to Atlanta, pointed an accusing finger at Teams Inc. and the Milwaukee Brewers Inc., whose leadership is much the same. Counsel sought to bring out through cross-examination of a key state witness, that baseball minded civic leaders, with the tacit approval of Milwaukee County officials, prodded the state into starting the suit now being tried before Circuit Judge Elmer W. Roller. Their aim, the defense claims was to "harass baseball into submission," thereby keeping the Braves in Milwaukee or winning an expansion franchise for Milwaukee Brewers Inc. Bowie K. Kuhn, New York attorney for the Nationa League, who declared in his opening statement 10 days ago that the state was being usec "as a tool of a private group,'' played a trump card Thursday He succeeded in getting into the record a legal opinion the defense claims was used to influence the state to bring suit The opinion from a Washington D.C., law firm held that a state antitrust suit against basebal would "have a substantia chance of success." Under cross examination by Kuhn, Allan H. (Bud) Seig president of the Brewers and vice president of Teams Inc. testified that the memorandum was requested by the lattei group and turned over to Wis consin Atty. Gen. Bronson La FoUette and the county late in July 1965. cific, the WCAC titlist, plays Utah's Redskins, who won the WAC crown. Clarence Brookins. with 29, and Jim Williams, with 24. combined for 33 points — 36 in the first half — to lead Temple over Virginia Tech in the first round of the NTT at Madison Square Garden in New York. Richie Dyer's three free throws in the last two minutes accounted for NYU's margin over the De Paul Blue Demons. Temple next plays top-seeded Brigham Young and NYU meets second- seeded Wichita in quarter-final games on Monday night. Southern Illinois downed North Dakota 6M1 and Kentucky Wesieyan routed Akron 105-75 in gaining tonight's championship game in the NCAA small-colege tourney at Evansville, Irad. Norfolk State knocked out Central State of Ohio 88-7S in the NAIA quarter-finals at Kansas City. Grambling edged Rockhurst 84-82, Oklahoma Baptist whipped Carson Newman 87-62 and Georgia Southern whacked Uli nois Wesleyan 96-72 i n the other games. Grambling meets Oklahoma Baptist and Georgia Southern plays Norfolk State in the NAIA semifzaais tonight. Highlands Rodeo Set For April Baytown and Highlands area youngsters wffl get a chance to show their stuff April 21-23 during the Youth Rodeo"at the Double Trouble Arena in Highlands. The rodeo is open to any and all youngsters in this vicinity who are 19 years old and under. The arena is located at 215 Steele Road in Highlands. Participants may pick up entry blanks there or by calling Hign^- lands 426-3894 or 426-3963 or by writing 207 Meadow Lake Road in Highlands. Events include tiedowa, steer dogging, hull riding, bareback riding, junior and senior barrel racing, ribbon roping, breakaway and pole bending. Trophy buckles win be given to each first place winner. W. O. Hudson is rodeo chairman and Mrs. Suzanne Farmer is secretary. One of the timers will be Mrs. Janie Lucas. Mrs. Frances Goodgion is in charge of publicity. Judges for the rodeo will be announced shortly. SUM-TEX WEEKEND SPECIALS Ancient Age 36 .«* 3.69 LW.Haiper .00- </ 5 4.99 James t Pepper »• 4/ 5 3.39 Canadian Mist Imported ": 149 Antique Bourbon 36° ^ 3J9 Wolfschmidt Vodka „...<* 189 Cream of Kentucky^ </ 199 SeagramsGin *>• ^119 Cahrerts Extra *• 4/ 5 3,49 Peter Oawson »*• « 5 4M Bacardi Rum 8^ orDark </ 5 3.59 Rocking Chair "^°" Ie ihat80 » 199 5—STORES TO SERVE YOU—5 "LlnjMt Independent Liquor Dealer In Eut Harrii County" No. 1—3309 Market No. 3—508 W. Main No. 2—6015 Bayway No. 4—2 N. Main Mrs. Sam Perlmon and Son Utah Bay from People You Have Known for the Past 99 lit. YOUR. TALL TRADER? ARE SPREADING FORD FEVER. MUSTANG HARDTOP uYmr lUfVlOl Feverish gleam in eyes when you test-drive a '66 Ford or Mustang. Sharp rise in happiness count! TREATMENT I See your tail-trading Ford Dealer and get treated right! Delirious deals! WELCOME TO TEXAS! TE5CANS, TOUR YOUR STATE! THAD FELTON OF BAYTOWN 622 W. TEXAS AVE. BAYTOWN, TEXAS 'ti .a

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