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Harlingen, Texas
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Saturday, September 25, 1976
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B4—Saturday, September 25, 1976 vwl£YMORNINGSUR Horlingun Texas ®®BS S®ÖJ0iE ÖIESS21© BY ID DUTCH, INPOIMATION OPflCIl TIXAS PARKS A WIlDUff DtPABTMINT HUNTERS PLANNING to apply for permits to hunt deer on state wildlife management areas have until Oct 4 to submit their application to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in Austin. A public drawing, to be held in Austin Oct. 7, will determine this year's 951 participants on the five management and research facilities around the state. Individuals may apply for a permit to hunt on one of the following: Chaparral Wildlife Management Area in Dimmit and LaSalle Counties One deer, sex to be determined at time of hunt, may be harvested by each hunter Some 200 permits will be issued, with 100 going to hunters using muzzle-loading rifles. Hunt dates are Nov. 13-14. 27-28; Dec. 11-12, 18-19. Permits will be good for two days on the 15,200-acre facility - Engeling Area in Anderson County, one deer, sex to be determined at time of hunt. Dates there are set for Nov 13-16, 19-22, with 200 permits to be issued Gene Howe Area. Hemphill County, one white- tailed buck deer Some 30 permits will be issued for the Nov. 20-21.27-28; Dec. 4-5 season. One turkey gobbler may also be taken by each permit holder. Kerr Area in Kerr County: one deer harvest per hunter VVhitetail, Sika or axis may be taken, with sex and species to be determined at time of hunt There will be 500 permits issued for the Nov. 13-Dec. 15 season - Sierra Diablo Area, Culberson County, one mule deer buck. Some 21 permits for the Nov. 27-Dec. 2 season will be issued DEER HUNTING will be permitted at the Pat Mayse Area in Lamar Countv Nov. 13-30 and the Angelina Dam “B" and Angefina-Neches Scientific Area in Jasper and Tyler Counties from Nov. 13 to Jan. 2.1977. On the Pat Mayse Area, a maximum of 75 permits per day will be issued No permits will be required at the other two sites. Bag limits are one buck on the Pat Mayse Area and two bucks on the Dam B and Angelina-Neches areas. Hunters are reminded they may apply for onlv one area where permits are issued through a’ public drawing, Those whose name was drawn for gun or archerv hunts in 1975. or for the special 1976 archery hunt, wifi not be eligible to participate this year, in accordance with state law A fee will be charged for each two-day deer permit issued for areas where hunters are selected by public drawing For more information on specific areas or regulations governing the hunts,persons should contact the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's wildlife division All hunters will be reauired to wear a minimum of 400 square inches of daylight fluorescent orange material Safety vests must be furnished by hunters. Any person over 12 years of age may apply; however. those 12-17 must apply as a member of a party, and must be accompanied bv a sponsor over the age of 21 . Hunters must have their application in Austin by 5 p m Oct 4 The public drawing will be at 10 a. m.. Oct. 7 at the John H Reagan Building in Austin Persons should fill out and return their applications promptly since less than 1,000 permits will be issued Last year s area huts drew a total of 16,634 applicants Applications are available at the Brownsville and Edinburg PWD offices. SEPTEMBER 25 has been set aside by Governor Dolph Briscoe as ‘Texas Hunting and F'ishing Day" in recognition of the contributions state outdoorsirTen make to conservation. Local city mayors have also agreed to proclaim the special day Among them are tne mayors of Alamo and Roma. Mayor Cesar Gonzalez of San Benito, Mayor Ruben Edelstein of Brownsville, Mayor R E Youker of Harlingen. Mayor Jack Whetsel of McAllen. Mayor Mario E Ramirez of Rio Grande City. Mayor JuaNita Brodeckv of Rio Hondo, Mayor Thomas Schmitt of Los Fresnos. Mayor Joe Sanchez of Weslaco Mayor Eduardo C. Vela of Hidalgo In his proclamation. Governor Briscoe cited Texas hunters and fishermen for their support of game restoration and law enforcement through the purchase of hunting and fishing licenses. . game animals such as deer, quail and turkeys now exist in greater numbers than ever during this century and millions of acres of freshwater lakes now contain great populations of both native as well as introduced varieties of fishes.” stated the Governor's proclamation Briscoe urged all citizens to “join with hunters- anglers-conservationists in renewing our appreciation tor and dedication to proper use of natural resources now and for future generations r Sure cure fw oc lock feet When you work hard on your feet all day, you really appreciate the long lasting comfort of Red Wing work boots. They’re fit f< • i»*e toughest job. Come try on a pair. Unbeaten Cowboys, Colts Could Wage Aerial Duel BY FRED LIEF UPI Sports Writer When the Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Colts put their unbeaten records on the line Sunday, they may have to settle their differences in the air Roger Staubach and Bert Jones, two of the premier quarterbacks in the NFL. are coming off superlative games from the previous week and should have their arms finely tuned for the nationally televised contest at Texas Stadium Dallas, which pounded out 423 yards against the New Orleans Saints last Sunday for a 24-6 victory. was paced by Staubach's 15 of 22 passing The former Heisman Trophy winner, currently rated as the top quar­ terback in the NFC, threw for 239 yards against the Saints Jones, one of the outstanding young QBs in the league, will guide the Colts’ attack as Baltimore seeks its 12th straight regular season victory. It will mark the first visit to Texas Stadium for the Colts, who hope to extend their 4-2 series lead over the Cowboys Last week, Jones completed 14 of 29 passes for 301 yards, the fourth 300-yard plus game of his career He also threw three TD passes to wide reciever Roger Carr to highlight a 28-27 comeback win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Despite Jones’ credentials, Dallas Coach Tom Landry will stick by his own man. “You could not suggest anyone I'd rather take over him," he said in response to a question posed by a newsman about a hypothetical Jones-for- Staubach trade The Cowboys, losers to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the last Super Bowl, are looking to block the airwaves, however. The Dallas defense has allowed only 13 points in its two wins, the second lowest figure in the league. Dallas, which received another strong performance last week from running back Scott Laidlaw, can look toward a solid ground game despite Robert Newhouse still being listed as a questionable starter Laidlaw, who rushed for two TDs, picked up 71 yards, while Doug Dennison ran for 54 last week But Charles Young, who ran for 41, will be out with an injury Dallas also will start guard Herbert Scott in place of injured Burt Lawless Hie Colts are expected to be at full strength though backup safety Randy Hall is still a question mark Elsewhere in the league, Oakland travels to Houston, both squads putting 2-0 records on the line Another game boasting perfect records is St lvouis at San Diego. Both clubs are coming off shutout victories and the Cards' offense will be match xi against a potent San Diego defense In other games, Atlanta is at Chicago, where the Bears play their 1,000th game since moving to Chicago from Decatur, 111 Buffalo is at Tampa Bay, Cleveland at Denver, Green Bay at Cincinnati. Minnesota at Detroit, New England at Pitt sburgh, New Orleans at Kansas City, New York Giants at Los Angeles, New York Jets at Miami and San Francisco at Seattle, Washington plays at Philadelphia Monday night Head Astros' Scout Walks Tall Around Space City BERT JONES Colts' Aerial Mailer ROGER STAUBACH Cowboys' Trigger Man Finally SOLID fmdahon HOUSTON {UPI) — Lynwood Stallings, the Houston Astros' director of scouting and player development, has not always been able to joke about his job *T’m a native Houstonian I've been with the ballclub for 15 years," he said “But it's only been in the last few months that I could walk around the city and feel safe ” If Stallings seemed to hibernate about this time each year, it was because the Astros were suffering through another long season and Astros fans were looking toward him for hope in the future “It wasn't always easy—until this year," he said, proudly standing before a group of sport- swnters “For 15 years all I've done is make excuses as to what we are, where we’ve been And now I can finally talk about something that is a little positive,’ he said Few persons in the organization can forget September 1975, when the Astros nosedived to their worst season in history As Stallings spoke, however. Houston was Ughtemng its hold on a first division finish Rookie pitchers—a group of high-strung, back-slapping youngsters—have made the difference in the season and in Stallings' stateof mind The group consists of Joaquin Andujar, 23, Dan Larson, 22. Bo McLaughlin, 22 Gene Pentz, 23, Gil Rondon. 22; Mark Lemongello,21, and the only lefty. Joe Sambito. 24 Andujar, the only one to start the season with the Astros, quickly made himself known to Cincinnati by beating the Reds three times The rest are not as showy, but they are uncannily consistent Five of the seven were acquired by trades within the past three years Two of them —McLaughlin and Sambito— were drafted by the Astros Before this week’s series with Atlanta, their combined won-loss record was 27-26 They had pitched seven shutouts. 19 complete game» and had com piled an ERA of 3 40 Pentz. who has established himself as the club's No 2 reliever behind Ken Forsch. had three of the group s five saves Considering that No 1 starter J R Richard has had his best season and Larry Dierker is throwing well manager Bill Virdon said he forsaw a problem “Probably the most satisfying part of our reason is the progress of ail these young pitchers," he said That’s where we really needed the improvement It may be interesting next spring when we choose our staff ’’ The atmosphere around the Astros sunburst &nped locker room has already picked up as a direct result of the youngsters success I,emongello the newest ar rival, outpitched San Diegos Randy Jones in his second major league appearance Sun day A former roomie of American League rookie sensa tion Mark “The Bird" Fidrych, Lemongello said he was one-up on nicknames * Some people call me lemon and a few call me jello, tie said In the second half of that Sui> day sweep — the Astros> sixth this season—Mcl^aughlin fired a four hitter Two weeks earlier the strong, silent, hardthrower shut out Philadelphia ‘ He throws strikes, and the secret to successful pitching is staying ahead of the hitters.” pitching coach Mel Wnght said Sambito also has good control, while Larson has a baffling cur- veball "Joe's fastball has more movement than mine, it sinks more,” Larson said Rondon was drafted from the California organization last December, and he was impressive before he suffered back problems Another hot prospect, lefthan­ der Floyd Bannister, was the club's Kn 1 draft choice this summer He was sent to the rookie league, but already has progressed to AAA Memphis “I think his control would give him somewhat of a problem right now in the big leagues,” Stallings said “But 1 don’t have any doubt in my mind that this youngster will be able to play for Houston “ Bills Waive Vic Washington ORCHARD PARK N Y (UPI) — The Buffalo Bills Friday cut veteran running back Vic Washington, who was acquired by the National Football League club last year on waivers from Houston Washington, 30, underwent knee surgery’ during the off­ season and said he felt better than new ” when he reported for training camp However, he was beaten out for the running back spot by rookies Darnell Powell and Roland Hooks After OJ Simpson returned to the Bills and fullback Jim Braxton was injured. Washington became the starting fullback However, he was benched in the second half of last Sun day’s 13-3 loss to Houston and was replaced by Powell The Bills last week picked up fullback Jeff Kinney from Kansas City Buffalo also re-signed rookie center Bob Patton and placed safety Tim Anderson, who suf fered a bruised thigh, on the injured reserve list Patton will serve as the center on special teams and as backup to center Mike Montler Willie Parker, who had been the special teams and backup cen ter. was injured in the Houston game and is out for the season Walton Reports In Top Shape SALKM Ore i UPI i - Bill Walton the red-haired center of the Portland Trail Blaaers NBA basketball team, reported to training camp Friday in the best health of his professional career Walton, the former three time UCLA All American, is begin mng his third season in the NBA, and this is the first time he s come for pre-season practice without an ailment of some kind last year, he reported to camp with a broken toe, which he stub bed on a friend's lawn sprinkler Breaks and sprains have reduced his active service m two seasons to the equivalent of one season’s play Many coaches believe Walton's poor health has kept Portland out of playoff con tent ion NEW YORK (UPI) - The updated NFL injury report BUFFALO 10-2» at TAMPA BAY (0-2>—Bills WR Bob Chan dler (thigh), LB Dan Jilek (hip), and backup RB Keith Moody Uhigh) are probable but Reuben Gant may open for TE Paul Seymour ¡ankle). Reserve G Willie Parker (knee surgery) and backup S Tim Anderson (thigh) are out. F.x-Ouef Jeff Kinney and OJ Simpson will be the starting RBs Buccarmeers LB Jim Peterson (thigh) and CB Mike Washington (hamstnngi are probable while Ken Stone continues to play for FS Ricky Davis (knee), luneup changes RB Charlie Davis is starting for Louis Carter and Ed Williams is expected to see more action as his RB partner in place of Jim mv Du Bose CLEVELAND ti ll at DEN VER (l-li -QB Brian Sipe and RB Mike Pruitt again are expec led to play for Browns QB Mike Phipps (shoulder separations and RB Cleo Miller (leg-hip*, wno are dououui ror me Broncos. DE Barney Chavous • knee! is expected back after missing last week and C Bobby Maples «ankle) and T Claudie Minor ¡knee) are probable Backup S Randy Poltl (kidney t is out NEW ENGLAND ( I D at PITTSBURGH i Mi-Three Pa tnots starters—RB Sam Cunningham (ankle), DT Ray Hamilton i ankle) , and IJl Steve King (back) —are probable WR Randy Vataha (cheek-bone t, backup WR Steve Brusks < knee), and reserve RB fke For te t hamstring * again are expec ted to miss this week s game Steelers WR Lynn Swann »eon cussion) will start after missing the Browns game T (ktrdon Gravelle (back). LB Andy Russell (fingers, DT Ernie Holmes * leg i, and backup WR Frank Lewis ¡hamstring» an* probable but Sam Davis will start for G Jim Clack * thigh* Backup WR Theo Bell ¡ham string i may not play NEW YORK JETS (0-2) at MIAMI 1 1-1 »--Jets expected to make following lineup changes Carl Russ for MLB Steve Poole (hamstring), Larry Fillers for DE Billy Newsome tknee>. Larry Faulk for ITT Carl Bar zilauskas ¡rib), and John Roman for T Robert Woods ¡knee) WR Jerome Barkum ¡hamstring) and SS Shafer Suggs (ribs) may play while CB Ed Taylor (shoulder) probably starts DT Bob Heinz may open for Don Reese (elbow) while Dolphins hope that Ch Curtis Johnson (knee» will start LB Nick Buoniconti pulled a calf muscle in Thursday’s practice and is questionable, backup CB Tim Foley (knee) soul OAKLAND (2-0» at HOIJS TON (2-Oi-WR Mike Siam may start for Raiders Fred Biletnik off (back i while four other players, including QB Ken Stabler ¡knee), are probable Others are CB Skip Thomas (shoulder), RB Clarence Davis (hip», and backup RB Carl Garrett < hip ■ Reserve T Henry Lawrence ¡leg) is out tillers RB Ronnie Coleman (knee). WR-KR Billy Johnson (ankle- backi. and KB Fred Willis (hamstring* are probable along with backup C Rim Uxi t knee Rookie TE Mike Barber knee is out for the season ATLANTA »0-2* at CHICAGO 1 2-0» -Falcons report all players available Bears QB Bob Avellim tanklet ready to start along with LB Ross Brupbacher who replaces liuig Buffone (Achilles tendon surgery (1 Noah Jackson foot' remains questionable, while 1>T Wally Chambers ¡ankle), C I>an Peif fer ¡calf» WR Bo Rather leg. Ail I start MINNESOTA -1-01- at DE TROIT *11» Vikings LB Fred McNeill i knee i expected hack m starting lineup l>ut reserve DE Mark Mullaney .inkle con tinues questionable laons will start QB Greg l-andry for Joe Reed in lineup change 1 >T I Mi*» English * ankle opens for sidelined Herb Orvis knee surgery » and LB Jim laslavic has recovered from hamstring and returns to starting job Reserve I/T John Woodcock t neck i is doubtful NEW YORK GIANTS (0 2 1 at LOS ANGELES * H> n Mixem Tuff No (2 { rjC'i Beer Sin Bank T»**» f -1 re & Satet, PGv 0<t WHI T ft<rt Ho 13 Prirtce in* 0 * A Orug AU-nnif* C D 7 FeMenan's l*t Ioan C.entra Sc hvétrt Sportsman Untiti) f arm Ayerv I « high gam* high game Ladies high ten« HOUSEWtVE' A 4 *>ta T Lindé 11» -rank Miller, iSi Log*>¡ Mem Tean- ve'ie‘ high garrii high iene fi* M. m No 1021 m 11 Ml XMASTC 0% HABLINOfN CLASSIC 11 Lanes iCfMNf Uphoittery F »yen T#aw No I Sound Tire ipomrnan Team No ? Central Motors ladie* high gam. m Merst high game Margin Pit hard1. JOhl Keller. 7ùu John Boon* m a. t not Poth Nur tei -gelati Ment second high gar m tadi** h¡gh series Margie H a h*rdson m Mens high series HicK Richardson, SS4 Team high garne Flyers *82 Team high series flyers, 7*H Hie* Richardson u>*i*d a scratch sen« on Sept 10 191« arm fti, her ry Bari High gart High ser. Team hig Team hig TWIN CITY ICR VICE j PAUL A. WRIGHT, M.D. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY AT THE DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC CENTER 2121 PEASE ST SUITE 3G HARLINGEN, TEXAS 78550 OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 428 4642 OR 428 4643 vastberg implement Frank Joseph's J & » Distributors eitss No i Lo* Fresnos Bank No 1 Elks No J Knapp Chevrolet Wickes Cumber Elks No I lo» f iiwdos Bank No I i one Va> Beer F-tks No ) High garne H*nk f railirvQ. W High ser.e* lar»‘ Vnra Vtl learn high game Vastberg tmpie ment, 104/ Team high series v/atsberg impl** men I rmi Ì A Aid' tlgi- Aashm Team No J Magic Valley Mi Singer Sewing Walton s Signs Kfener's High game Aldridge Aashm High series Aldridge Washm Tam high gam I0J4 Team high >, Motors, 393Ì W1 1 ‘¡V, Mage Mag. again start G Ron Mikolajczyk for sidelined A1 Simpson and rookie Larry Mallory or Randy Colbert goes at FS for doubtful Jim Stienke (hamstnngi CH Henry Stuckey (kneei is questionable and backup LB Bob Schmit (kneei doubtful, probables include K Jo«* Danelo (groin). RB Doug Kotar (thigh ), LB Brad Van Pelt (foot) Rams Coach Chuck Knox said QB James Harris’ broken right thumb has healed to the extent that he will make his first start of season Out is reserve WH Freeman Johns i knee surgery i Among proba bles are RB Lawrence McCutcheon t hip>, RB John Cappelletti tlegi, LB Isiah Robertson (kneei, WR Harold Jackson (hamstring). LB Jack Reynolds < thigh * reserve RB Rod Phillips i hamstring» SAN FRANCISCO »11» at SEATTLE 1 0-2 49ers uncer tain about CB Jimmy Johnson ■ broken n<**»>. G John Watson kneei. while FS Ralph McGill kn«H't ls ready Seahawks report QB Jim Zorn hip». TE Ron Howard ¡hamstring WR Sam McCulluin > nbs^ I>E Da\t* Tipton inecki, CB Holly Woolsey fan** KB Slierman Smith iles all available NFL Standings National Football League Standings American Conference East A L T Pet PF P Central W L T Pet PF PA X»rgh iand West * L T Pet PF PA 000 ‘>00 National Coherent East Al T Ptt PF PA PA 0 ? 0 000 Î4 leans 0 7 0 000 IS Sunday’s Games i Bay at Cincinnati, I pm 'sota at Oetro<t 1 p m lo at Tampa 8a* 1 pm £ ngland at P.Mtburgh ! Cm fork jpfs a! Viamt, I p m ta .it Chicago 2 pm Orte arts at Kansas City î p r irxi at Houston. 2 pm narr it D#ü*s 4pm land a* Denver 4 pm Yo'* O ants at Los Angele: suis at 'lan D ego 4pm lant'Sto at Seattle 4 pm games scheduled! Monday Came rvgton a* Phradeiph.a n.ghi game KIsedu.ed) iunday Games ■ i-a' at C'e.e.and i at Sea*’le sit a! Green Ba* ion a* Se* Orleans . 1 - City at Buttalo Vngr r\ a « S.êrrs York G ants at St lou s ror» Jets *> Sa'' Fran» s. »n<l at Ni** t ngiand je'ph.a at At:#nfa e s s* heduled. nAonatr Game at V ' >x*sota r Pan Am Netters Enter Texas Open Tournament WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA dav nights with shift of DE for dislocated Dave But/ I Saul ankle igroini. t Brown foot •ti Ga> km*« but (i Wade Kt*> hip Marshall. ■ kneei Sullivan - ankle - an I I » at Mon -Redskins sta> ing DT Bill Bnwdige to )enms Johnson toes aixi start DT Yohables are G lion RB Mike rhornas ackup RB I .am Eagles I >E Bien questionable KHl-irrv RB fit t om kups TE Keith Jeff Bleamer Doubtful are ba< Krepfle ileg ( knee » BALTIMORE 20 at DAL LAS 2 0‘ Backup S Randy Hail hip thigh » may miss his s*n*ond consecutive game Cowboys rnov «si HB I Min I tenmsonand ( > Herbert S<*ott ahead of Charlie Young and Burton lawless KB Robert Newhouse groin remains uncertain performer while DT Jethro Pugh - shoulder* isexpivtedtobaek m lineup GREEN BAY iO^t at (’IN CI N NATI 111 Packers likely to start RB Ene Torkelson for doubtful Willard Harrell rit» EDINBURG Pan American University s tennis team tipi stered bv a stn>ng third place finish at the Midland Tour nament. returns to th*-site of the NCAA National cfiampionships in Corpus Chnsti to compete in the Texas < >j»en ( bampioitships We consider Corpus Christi our s4*con<1 h«>me said Coach A G Longona of Pan Am and the Corpus ChnAJ fans back us almost as strongly as our Valley fans do When the I diversity of Corpus Christ i, lon>* a tennis powerhouse dropped sports Lhrt^* years ago, that left Pan American *sth the only nationally ranked tennis program in South Texas Several Pan Am players have a chance to gain high stau* rankings m the Texas ( >jien Senior Ricardo Eynaudi of Pan Am farod exceptionallv well in Midland where he knocked fhml ^«ied Tom lammalvi of Tnnity to rea< the semifinals Freshman sensation John IVken gave Pan Am another major upset victory IVken sur pris4*d fifth Tut Bartzen Jr of TCI to reaeti the quar ter finals Picken hails from Vancouver Canada as dues his Bror* team mate Roh Bet Lauer a junior Bettauer and Picken will join Dannv Rarnsnvof McAllen and Eynaudi ts from Chile to complete the PAL team in Cor pus Christi However the Bn>ocs must compete without junior ace Sean S« > re risen who is pla> ing Da\ is Cup matches this week in his native Ireland against Iran Another Brunt Rub Hubbard who has scored some big victories in Corpus Christi reaching the semis of his last three tournaments there is out w ith a broken foot Be probable Anderson i^ais n starters head » •port thre QB Ke valley hobby center IMf VilUYS lUll StRVICl HOBBY SHOP Ì 204 North /th - Horiinqen SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 11 MAJORS SUNSHINE Te*m No J || Harlingen Slate Hank v The Hair House « Tom Mason Atftncy * $W«»hir* Mofttl Vervii e I f1 & ** Trye kiofl s Team No * ,J Tf» Smart Shop % \ Sfitiy Mitchell Cleaner s ^at%on Cify Drug < i Syrplm Supply 4 Te<ai Linen 1 High game Harriet Oregon, Statey ’ Mitchell Cleaners, 19V Miller l. ite Schlit/ Beer Valley Stamrork Pear! 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