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Pag« 2-0 * * SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS - Thursday, Fab. 11, 1965 Yeoman Talks At Lackland Pigskin Fete Rill Yeoman, University of Houston football coach, deplored the dropping of football fronv Lackland Air Force Base’s athletic program while making the principal address at Lackland’s annual sports banquet Wednesday night. “It is a regrettable thing,” Yeoman said during the one serious moment of his speech. “Football is a rallying point for the students in a college and it can be the same thing for personnel at a military base. “I don’t know the reason for this decision but I’m sure there must be a good one,” he continued. “I only hope that soon the decision will be reversed.” Lackland was the last Air Force base in the United States to field a team on the varsity level. The decision to cut it from the athletic program was made by Air Training Command headquarters and announced several weeks ago. The dinner honored varsity and intramural teams and athletes at the big base. Lions Score Easv Vietorv J y The Wheatley Lions won their second consecutive game here Wednesday night, rolling easily over Ball High of Seguin, 89-65, in a non-district contest. % St. Peter Claver Leads TCIL Field YANKEE HOLDOUT —Pitcher Jim Bouton is working out at the YMCA these days, either to get in shape for spring training, or to be at full strength in his current negotiations with Yankee General Manager Ralph Houk. The New York owners are offering Bouton $28,500. He's asking $30,000.— UPI Telephoto. Jesse Owens Will Try To Help Mets NEW YORK (AP) - Jesse! conference Owens, former Olympic sprint report at The Lions, now 10-12 for the champion and world season, had nipped Ball by only holder, will try to improve the two points in a previous meet-running of New York Mets base- ing. Randle Mabry was the leading scorer for the winners, cramming home 24 points. Nelson Swain poured in another 22. But Ball High’s Elton Coe ledi all scorers for the night with 37. i WHEATLEY (89) — Mabry 24, Wright > 7, Swain 27, Leonard II, P. Williams 4, Patterson 4, C. Hysaw 8, W. Hysaw 7, Campbell 10, O. Williams 2, Taylor. BALL (65) — Coe 37, Broadnax 7,f Jackson 9, Merrlweather 6, Douglas 6. i Halftime score; Wheatley 40, Ball 33. ) Lackland Plavs m Lackland, the newly crowned champion of the ISRAC basketball league. Lackland & that Owens would the Mets’ training record!camp at St. Petersburg, Fla., Feb. 26 and would remain until the end of spring training or “as long as he can be of help.” Owens said he didn’t know too much about the Met players, but he hoped to increase their speed potential by putting them through calisthenics as well as ! improving their running form. Owens, winner of four gold | medals in sprints and the broad !jump at the 1936 Olympics, is in the public relations business in Chicago and Ls a member of the Illinois Youth Commission. ball players during spring training, General Manager George Weiss said Wednesday. Weiss announced at a press AFB Wins Last Game In ISRAC Play The Randolph Ramblers, down by seven points at half- For Those plays Sheppard time, came storming back in AFB at 8 p.m. Thursday at the the second half for a 99-89 victory over Security Service in the Who Slav It is the only game Thursday!final game of the ISRAC bas-_ J *» e<rv*% A wtnHlAtfi Iaa miA « , i 11 i _ ... __ 1 ym. for San Antonio’s service league clubs. IT IS NO TROUBLE TO LOOK AND FEEL YOUR VERY BEST IN CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING BY LAUTERSTEIN'S STORE FOR MEN 126 S. BROADWAY CA 7-9251 ketball league Wednesday night. Eustace Frazier had 22 points, James Womack 18, and Wendell Hart 47 for the Ramblers !who finished the regular schedule with a 38-6 record that included 14-6 in league competition. Security Service was led by Jim Lockridge with 22 points ¡while Ed Goings had 19 and ¡Doug Williams 18. RANDOLPH (99) — Womack 18, ¡Combs 10, Frailer 22, Schumacher 6, LeFevre 15, Hart 17, Pierce 1, Kirk Z Ledbetter 4, Barnhouse 4. ! SECURITY SERVICE (89) — Lock- I ridge 22, Caldwell 10, Acotto 12, Williams 111, Oberdorf 1, Goings 19, Freeman 7. j Halftlme: Security Service 51, Randolph '44. Also-rans in the North Zone of District 15-AAA’s basketball race start a unique program Thursday night. Using only players who will be eligible next season, South San Antonio will visit Kerrville and Pleasanton will be at Holmes. The four schools, who finished behind Marshall in the league race, will play an entire round using only juniors, sophomores and freshmen. BOWLERAMA ANNOUNCES MIXED HANDICAPPED DOUBLES STARTING SATURDAY and SUNDAY FEBRUARY 13 and 14 WILL RUN EVERY WEEKEND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE $150 weekly 1st Placa. .$50 2nd Placa..$30 3rd Placa.. $25 GUARANTEE 4th Placa. .$20 5th Placa. $15 6th Placa .$10 $150 JACKPOT FOR SCORE OF 1350 OR BETTER —SHIFTS— SATURDAY 7-9-U SUNDAY 6-8-10 Entry Fe« $2.50 Per Person BRING YOUR PARTNER WIN LOTS OF MONEY HAVE FUN AT BOWLERAMA SAN ANTONIO'S FINEST BOWLING CENTER 4719 BLANCO RD. District 27-AA ’W inds Up Plav They play out the schedule in District 27-AA Thursday night, while league champion Randolph watches from the sidelines. The Ro-Hawks of Coach Ivan Leschber clinched their third straight district title Tuesday with a two-point win over run- jner-up New Braunfels Canyon. Thursday Canyon (9-2) visits Southside (3-8), Robert Cole (4-7) is at East Central (5-6) and Southwest (6-5) hosts winless Boerne (0-11). Randolph has already com; pleted its district schedule with a 12-0. mark and awaits the bi­ district round against the winner of District 28-AA. HOCKEY RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE : Toronto 6, Montreal 2. ! Chicago 5, Detroit 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE tHershev 3, Cleveland 1. ; Buffalo 5, Rochester 5, overtime tie. CANYON LAKE UP 13 FEET Canyon Lake has picked up approximately 13 feet of water since Jan. 20, and the lake is still rising, according to the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Gates on the dam were closed Jan. 21 so that some work on downstream installations could be accomplished. The gates are still closed, and the lake benefited from the recent rains in the watershed. The elevation of Canyon stood at 812.96 feet Jan. 20. At 2 p.m. Wednesday the elevation had reached the 826 mark. A Corps of Engineers official said the lake rose almost eight inches between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday. “It’s been rising like that for the last two days,” he said, “and probably will come up some more during the night.” The 826 mark puts Canyon within a few inches of the highest elevation the lake has attained since the completion of the dam. The lake will reach elevation 909 when full. Both Falcon and Mathis reached high levels last fall and have been able to hold most of the water. Buchanan, which received a little water during the rains last weekend, was at the 1011.87 mark at 8 a.m. Wednesday and was rising very slowly. Elevation 1020 is the full mark for Buchanan. Travis, which has been very low in recent years, was still catching a little water Wednesday afternoon. It had reached elevation 650.06 at 2 p.m., putting it about 31 feet below the full mark. LLANO ON AN EIGHT-FOOT RISE Travis might receive more water as gates are opened on the dam at Granite Shoals. The Llano River was on an eight- foot rise Wednesday, according to the Kingsland Chamber of Commerce, and debris and muddy water was being pushed into the lake. The chamber Is sponsoring a white bass tournament at Granite this weekend, and the muddy water isn’t expected to help fishermen much. Chamber officials said the area northwest of the Llano’s mouth remains clear and that most of the fishing action probably will take place there. The rains certainly came at a good time for wildlife in this region of the state. Areas west of Bexar County were becoming extremely dry, and deer were beginning to scratch for something to eat. Many areas, particularly in South Texas, still could use moisture even though San Antonio residents seem to have had their fill of wet, cloudy skies. A continuing mild winter and a wet spring will mean bumper crops of quail and wild turkeys in the H1U Country and South Texas, plus a high survival rate for lawns. Ranchers will have to watch their animals closely, however, for outbreaks of screwworms if the warm weather and rains continue. In Texas, of course, that’s a mighty big if. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS COMING UP A live pigeon shoot has been set for Nuevo Laredo Feb. 26, 27 and 28. The Dr. Salinas Puga Memorial Shoot will be sponsored by the Club de Tiro al Pichon de Nuevo Laredo. It will be a 15-bird, no elimination contest. Throwers will be Pepe Manauta, Calixto Mora and Raul Garza. The shoot will be limited to 150 contestants. Deadline for entries is Feb. 25. A total of $2,000 In Mexican gold coins will be distributed to winners in the men’s, women’s and junior divisions. Entry fees will be $80 for men, $60 for women, $50 for juniors and $40 for members of the club. Entries should be mailed to the club, Apdo. Postal No. 46, Nuevo Laredo, Tamps., Mexico. • The Alamo Bass Club will hold its February tournament on Granite Shoals Feb. 20 and 21. Headquarters will be located at Cottonwood Resort. • The Mission City Bass Club will hold a one-day tournament on Lake McQueeney Feb. 20, with headquarters at Frazer’s Camp, and a two-day tournament March 13 and 14 on Granite _Shoals, with headquarters at Kingsland Lodges. OILERS GET JAMIESON By AURELIO RAMIREZ JR. Staff Writer St. Peter Claver’s talented Trojans will be fielding an experienced quintet when they shoot for their third state basketball championship this weekend. The Trojans will play the Victoria St. Joseph’s Flyers at 9:30 a.m. Friday in a Class AA first round contest in the Texas Catholic Interscholastic League tournament at St. Mary’s Urd- versity. St. Peter Claver won the District 4-AA crown with an 8-0 record and ran up a 23-5 season record which rates as one of the city’s finest. Now, the charges of coach Lonnie Popham stand ready to stake their claim as the state’s best Catholic team in their di vision. Four regulars from last year’s team which posted a 174 season record provide the experience for the team. Two of the starters were members of the 1963 St. Peter Claver squad which won the state title. All-state candidate Clarence Johnson, a 6-6 junior, leads a Trojan squad which coach Popham “figured would do as well as they did.” Johnson, the TCIL Class AA high jump champ, won the city’s Catholic scoring cham pionship with an average of 21.2 points per game — 594 points in 28 contests — and took the 4-AA crown by averaging 20.5 tallies per game. St. Peter Claver’s starting five includes three juniors and two seniors and the top three reserves also will have one more year of elgibility after this sea son. Guard Odis King, a 5-11 junior, is the other members of the ’63 championship club. He was the team’s No. 4 scorer with 282 points in 28 tilts. Senior forward Clem Strait, who stands 6-2, was the No.J Mules Hold Annual Swim Alamo Heights will host its annual high school swimming meet at the San Antonio College pool Saturday, with prelim inaries at 9:30 a.m. and the finals at 2 p.m. Spring Branch Memorial, the defending champion, will return to battle Alamo Heights, Lee, MacArthur, Jefferson, TMI, Houston Lamar, and John Marshall swimmers. Spring Branch Memorial won a state high school meet last weekend as the Mustangs have come up with another powerful squad. man in the scoring column with 305 points in the 28 contests. Rounding out the top five are 6-1 senior forward Edwin Davis, who had 193 points in 27 fense than offense when we take him out.” The Trojans averaged 66.8 . points per season game while and 6-0 junior™ guard SSS •»"•i then' icaa to score at Johnson — no relation to Clar-jthe rate of 51.6 tallies per tilt, ence — whose 287 points in 28 < In district play, St. Peter Claver outings made him the No. 3 outscored the opposition by 60.Z scorer on the squad. The top three subs are 6-6 Leslie City, 6-2 Travis Lewis HOUSTON (AP)-The Houston Oilers hired Dick Jamieson, former New York Jet quarterback, as a full time scout Wednesday. Jamieson, 27, has been backfield coach the past three years at Bradley University, where he to 44.5. With a record of 40 wins and only nine defeats in the past ‘ “ Djan ,J __________ thar ward Popham with a state title in his second year in the coaching ranks. PRE-SEASON SALE From $1,195 and 6-0 Johnny Harris, all jun-jtwo seasons, the Trojans would iors. The other members of the like nothing better than to re­ squad going to the state meet are 6-7 Douglas Gonzales, Robert Rendon and Ronald Lewis. St. Peter Claver will be seeking to become the second school to win three titles since the; TCIL tourney was divided into two classes. The Trojans won in 1961 and 1963 and another championship will help them tie the record held by Port Arthur Sacred Heart. Although Clarence Johnson has been the leading scorer, Popham lauds the tall junior’s defensive play. “This may sound unusual,” the Trojan mentor said, “But we miss Clarence more on de- OPEN SUNDAY 1« Models OPEN ROAD CAMPERS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 1258 Austin Hwy. TA 6-064» V lt's Brook's Annual > SHOB SALE l.t YORKTOWN, EMERSON and SPANISH IMPORTS Values to $14.95 Just $990 FRANK NOONE, WEYENBERG, GUIDE STEP, MASSAGIC AND OTHERS. Values to 18.95 Just $12*> Values to 24.95 Just $1790 mt SHOE STORES 311 N.St. Mary'» Opposite Gunttr Hot»! 702 W. 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Norfolk State 113, Virginia State 85. Toledo 97, Western Michigan 80. Albany State 57, Oneota State 54. Trinity, Conn., 92, Rensselaer Poly 77. Western Maryland 82, John Hopkins 74. Marian 88, St. Francis, Ind., 82. Indiana State 81, Eastern Illinois 76, Stetson 63, Florida Southern 50. High Point 69, Western Carolina 66. St. Joseph’s, Pa., 92, Albright 71. Carnegie Tech 74, Western Reserve 63, South Carolina 59, Ersklne 57. Florence State 87, Middle Tennessee 81. Eastern Michigan 77, Case 75. Penn State 75, Bucknell 61. Texas Western 78, New Mexico State 64 Assumption 90, American international 75 Nichols 83, Worcester State 75 Cheynev, Pa., 77, MMIersvllle 52 Elizabethtown 92, Susquehanna 81 Lycoming 95, Wilkes 76 Fisk 75, Clark 74 Stroudsburg 79, Manesfield 77, overtime Latavette 79, Delaware 63 Centenary 90, Louisiana Tech 83 Memphis State 82, Marauette 70 Butler 85, Valparaiso 69 Evansville 103, St. Joseph’s, Ind. 73 Birmingham Southern 97, Georgia State 76 St. Ambrose 98, Duboaue 82 Fairmont 99, West Ltoertv 80 Southern Illinois 90, San Francisco State 57 Illinois State 74, Carthage 56 North Pork 92, Lake Forest 50 HIGH SCHOOL Wheatley 89, Seguin Ball 65. Peacock 57, St, Gerard’s 49 PROFESSIONAL New York 115, Cincinnati 112, overtime. Boston 117, Detroit 106 SERVICE Rondolph AFB 99, Security Service 89. Pro Basketball NEW YORK (115) - Barnes 14, Boozer 16, Bryant 4, Budd, Egan, Gola 14, Green 27, Heyman 7, Komlves 18, Reed 15. 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