The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 18, 1966 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 18, 1966
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Friday. March 18, 1966 BH's Burns Chosen— All-State Cager Kilgore Leads 27-A All District District 27-A all - district bas-, Murphy and Samuels are sen- appearance on the all - district ketball selections for both the [JOTS while Humphrey and Frei- unit. boy's acd girl's divisions forjtag will be returning for one, Johnny Clifton was the only the 13S6 season have been an-j more season, both boys being' Crosby roundballer to make an> Bounced, ijuniors. J 0 f the all - district teams, being The district champion Spring J Barbers Hill's Jce Kilgore and named to the honorable mention Lions led the boy's division plac-;Biliy Bums also were placed on squad. ing four members on the firstjthe first unit team all - district Including Guyj Kilgore has already been se- Tvvo Barbers Hill girls, Linda Sue Brazzel and Virginia Hen- Humphrey, Mike Murphy, Glen lected to the Class A all - state ry. made the girl's all - district Samuels, and Kenny Freitag. for the man of fashion this Spring & Easter A new Tropi-Tex® blend with i he Two-Button look by Worsted-Tex? team and is making his second!team. Anita Horn was named to ithe honorable mention squad. Carolyn Alien grabbed Crosby's only first team spot while Loretta Gregory was picked as an honorable mention choice Allen, a senior, is a returning all - district selection. The basketball meeting was held in the Crosby cafeteria on March seventh, It was decided to choose six forwards and six guards for the girls' team and 10 players for the boys" team. Nominations were taken from the floor. Here's the trim approach In a suit of Dacron*, worsted and mohair. Worsted-Tcx crafted these fine two-button suits with all the meticulous tailoring refinements that give them a long, happy life. The result is a summer suit that shows all the careful attention to detail of a winter model. But when it comes to comfort, what a difference! They don't call it Tropi-Tex. for nothing. Come in and see our selection of fine Tropi-Tex suits by Worsted-Tex. Linings Sanitized® treated for hygienic freshness. REG-SHORTS-LONG W Operv Thurs. Evening Until 8 P.M. 214-218 West Texas Avenue Store Hours 9:00 to 5:30 Wildcats May Bust Starting Lineup For First Time COLLEGE PARK. Md. (AP) — Kentucky, a thin favorite, may have to bust up its starting line-up for the first time this season tonight when it takes on Duke in what could be the key game in the NCAA basketball championships. Texas Western plays Utah in the second of the semifinals, with the survivors meeting Saturday for copped the UCLA. All of the the last national title two years by semifinalists but Texas Western continued to i complain of injuries and illness j after their final tune-ups Thurs- jday night, and the health, spirit and aggressiveness of the team from the far reaches of West ; Texas switched a lot of sentiment to the Miners. Kentucky and Duke are the two top-ranked teams in the country whose match-up makes for one of the top games of the season. Kentucky, No. 1, is 26-1 for the season. Duke, No. 2, is 25-3. The winner of their semifinal is generally expected to take the title. Each has a major health problem, however. Duke's top scorer, Bob Verga, was released from the hospital Thursday morning after a bout with ton- silitis and is expected to be at less than full strength. And Kentucky starter Larry Conley, a 6-foot-3 cornerman, is a doubtful starter after a touch of flu. Utah takes a 23-6 record into '.ts semi against deep, stron Texas Western, the nation's No. } team at 26-1. All games are scheduled for 27-A All District Basketball Team Guy Humphrey Mike Murphy Glen Samuels Kenny Kreiiag JOE KILGORE BULLY BURNS Bonnie Masterson Dennis Ash James Boucher Johnny Kelson TEAMS BOYS' ALL-DISTRICT Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Spring- Spring Spriag Spring BARBERS HILL- BARBERS HILL New Caney New Caney Splendors, Willis BRAZZEL Waller New Caney BARBERS HELL Splendora CROSBY Spring BARBERS HILL Hemps tead Waller Spring Splendora New Caney HONORABLE MENTION JOHNNY CLIFTON, CROSBY; James Borsky. Hempstead; Bill}- Joe Eplen, Waller; Thomas Segers, Willis: David Wilson, Willis. GIRLS' ALL-DISTRICT FORWARDS: Becky Wood Jo Lin Belin LINDA SUE Sandra Duke CAROLYN Joyce Carter GUARDS: •VIRGINIA HENRY Cindy Warren Brenda Lloyd Sue Dotson Glenda Teal Janice Dulaney HONORABLE MENTIONFORWARDS: ANITA HORN, BARBERS HILL; Sandra Schumacher. Hempstead; Charlotte Kluna, Hempstead; Darlene Sentesi, Spring; Terecia Sitton, Waller. GUARDS: Sharon Lewis, Hempstead; Jo Lynn Naegeli, Waller; Maxin« Wirzberg, Spring; LORETTA " GREGORY, CROSBY. Sfeck Se/s Record— BH Takes Second In Annual Tiger Relays The Barbers Hill Eagles came j anchored the Eagles' second home with a belated second jlace trophy from the Tiger Re- ays in Tidehaven Thursday af- :er being rained out Saturday. Sophomore sprinter Bobby Steck turned in the Eagles' best performances headed by a new: relays record in the 100 yard dash. Steck stepped through the century in 10 seconds flat to clip the old standard of 10.1 which las been standing since 1362. 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Open Every Thursday Evening Until 8 P.M. 214-218 West Store Houri 9:00 to 5:30 Texas Avenue Major League Baseball Results Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Baltimore 7, Washington 2 Houston 7, Boston 2 San Francisco 13, California 1 Atlanta 2, Chicago A 0 Chicago N 8, Cleveland 6 Detroit 1, Cincinnati 0 Kansas City 3, Pittsburgh 2 Minnesota 5, New York A 1 St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 3 New York N 3, Philadelphia 3, tie, 15 innings, called by mutual agreement. Saturday's Games Atlanta vs. Baltimore at Miami Cleveland vs. Chicago N at Long Beach Cincinnati vs. New York N at St. Petersburg Los Angeles vs. Houston at Houston Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater St. Louis vs. Kansas City at Bradenton San Francisco vs. California at Palm Springs Detroit vs. Boston at Winter Haven Chicago A vs. New York A at Fort Lauderdale Minnesota vs. Washington at Pompano Beach place sprint relay team. Walter Farrell, Benny Lansford, James Tilton, and Steck composed the 440 relay unit who clipped off a 45.4 behind Tide- haven's winning 44.9. Barbers Hill's 880 relay team also chalked up a second place finish with Farrell, Lansford, Tilton, and Donald Kennedy clicking for a 1:36.0. Lansford turned in a tremendous effort on his leg of the mile relay to virtually assure the Eagles of their third place finish in that event. Farrell, Lansford, Kennedy, and Danny Walker made up the unit which ran a 3:39.0. Walker also picked up a silver medal in the open 440 turning the lap in 52.6 seconds. The Eagles totalled 91 points in the Tidehaven meet on these performances plus Lansford's fourth in the high jump and Kennedy's second in the pole vault at the completion of the field events Saturday. Host Tidehaven ran away with SPORTS FACTS FROM FALSTAFF By Don Faust . Can you imagine a big I league baseball player lead- ' ing the league in. making I most errors; in being struck I out the most times; and in ! hitting into the most double 1 plays, and still being voted I Most Valuable Player in his (league for that year! ... I Did you know this once hap- I pened? ... It was 1942 ... * I Joe Gordon did all those I things, yet won the Most I Valuable award that year in ithe American League ... I There's a lesson to be learn- I ed from this . . It shows *| that even though you have I faults, you can overcome I them and be recognized for * i your good points. I Here's an oddity from the I world of sports . . . We al- I ways think of the Olympics I 'as bringing together the ! greatest athletes in the I world . . , Yet, did yon ever I realize that almost none of Ithe major sports in America I are represented in the Olym- I pics! . . . For instance, there's I no baseball in the Olympics I . . . There's no football - - - I And even though golf and I tennis are usually considered I real international sports, |! there's no golf or tennis in j Ithe Olympics . . . That's kind |j of strange when yon think I about it, isn't itt *| I the meet with toatl. Barbers Hill Hardin - Jefferson high school in Sour Lake Saturday to compete in the Rebel Relays. a big 160 point will travel to But Not For Baseball- Dodger Holdouts Sign By MURRAYCHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Buzzie Bavasi, the general manager of the holdout-plagued Los Angeles Dodgers, lost two of his men Thursday, at least for the start of the season, when Sandy Koufax and teammate tween them last year, have been ton lashed a double, a triple and] homers and Frank Robinson offered a 10-week tour of Japan two singles while Gaylord Per- and Sam Bowens one each has starting in mid-June. It would ry, Joe Gibbon and Lindy Me-1 Baltimore thumped Washington pay in six figures plus a percentage of the gate at exhibitions and clinics. The Dodgers Thursday broke a 19-inning scoreless string but with Paramount Pictures. Now, instead of heading for Don Drysdale signed contracts l^till lost their fifth straight, a 43 decision to St. Louis. Jim Lefebre's three-run homer in the ninth inning snapped the string, but reliever Dennis Aust ended the game by getting pinch hitter Tommy Davis to hit into a double play. Three Atlanta hurlers put together the best pitched game of the day, combining for a one- hit, 2-0 shutout over the Chicago White Sox. Ken Berry got the only hit, a third-inning single off Denny Lemaster. Ken Johnson and Joe Cisterna held the Sox hitless through the last five innings. Denny MeLain and Bill Mon- spring training where they would work the winter out of their arms, they will head for a movie studio. "I guess that settles it," Bavasi said upon hearing that Koufax and Drysdale will make "Warning Shot" with David Janssen for two weeks starting April 4. j The players' attorney, William Hayes, said there are no escape clauses in the contracts, which means they will miss the start of the season April 12. Drysdale will play a television! commentator, and Koufax a de-| tectix-e. They are three-week ] holdouts who originally sought three-vear contracts calling for! S400.000 each. They saidj Wednesday they had made alter-j 7-2. while Tom Reynolds hom- ered in the ninth, lifting Kansas past Pittsburgh 3-2, and Rusty Staub belted a three-run Houston's 7-2 victory n. Roberto Pena rapped six hits trimmed and Philadelphia bouquette teamed up for three-hitter in Detroit's triumph over Cincinnati. 1-0 Jim Northrup tripled in the sixth and scored on Don Demeter's single. San Francisco remained the nate proposals but declined to reveal details. only unbeaten team, clobbering Hayes, meanwhile, said the j California 13-1 behind a 20-hit hurlers.'who won 49 games be-'attack. Rookie catcher Bob Bar- Army Green For Cassius After His Chuvalo Fight LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Champion Cassius Clay was Clay to be deferred is a formal written appeal. Sherman said certain today of a March 29: the champion will have 10 day? heavyweight title fight George Chuvalo. And he was almost as sure he with from notification of the board's action to appeal. Miss Margaret Green, clerk of will be wearing Army green!Local Board 47. said an appeal instead of boxing trunks snortlyjwould be made through the lo- there after. Selective Service Local Board 47 removed the last barrier to: the fight Thursday when it gavi the champion permission tc leave the United States. The fight is scheduled at Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens, and Clay classified 1-A. the top priority for inruction into the Armed Services, had to have hi: local board's permission ti leave the country. The permit expires April 17. But the board, after hearing 35 minutes of testimony from Clay, reaffirmed its Feb. 17 action, when it reclassified Clay from 1-Y, drart exempt, to 1-A. J. Allen Sherman, chairman af the board, said Clay, or Muhammad AH, as he prefers to be called .claimed his Black Muslim religion should be ground; for deferment as a conscientious objector. The only avenue left open foi leal board, which xvould forward it to Kentucky's Western Judicial Circuit Appeal Board, Clay! would not appear again, she; said, because a registrant is! forbidden by law to do so. Clay's attorney, Edward W. Jacko of New York, indicated the board's decision will be appealed, but he said no action will be taken until Clay is notified officially of the board's action. Presumably an appeal would be based on religion. If Clay appeals the classification, he is almost certain not to be included in the April call. A registrant cannot be inducted while his appeal is pending. But Miss Green said Clay to report for spite of an might be ordered re-examination in appeal. If the 1-A status stands, eventual induction is almost assured, since Clay is 24 years j old and single. i Daniel stymied the Angels. Minnesota, on the other hand. Mincher hitting successive horn- battled the New York Mets to a ers in the second inning. SUM SPECIALS PEPPER KENTUCY BOURBON KENTUCKY TAVERN SEAGRAMS POPOV VODKA GILBEYS I "For Man Siz* Pleasure I This I* The On," | UNMISTAKABLY , AMERICA'S PREMIUM I QUALITY BEER. 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