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3-C—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Fr^.y M«rmnt. A»fil 4, W7S ft, pnter Texas Relays ?>.-, AUSTIN, Tf.v, fUPI) -• The '..largest annual track meet held ;..'in the stale —the Texas lielays opens today with more than including Five competing in top field?, in ..lUSOO athletes, &eord holders ix divisions. . one of the including two from Kansas and three from Tcxas-KI Paso. Olympian Mike Boil of Eastern New Mexico, will also compete in the mile run. Among Hie defending champions returning .this yeaj- will be Larry Jcssee of 1'exas-El Paso, who won the open pole vault last year and will face Roberts this year, and Texas shot'outer Dana ' -history will be present for the meet including 42 universities, .•iff colleges, all nine 'Southwest schools, all cij»hl Eight Conrerncc schools, • "five Southeastern Conference '•learns, defending NCAA Inclor champ Tcxas-E! P;iso, Southern!in the long jump, 440-yard Illinois, and Iwo I'.ig Ten [hurdles, two-mile relay, dis- schools—Wisconsin and Minne-kace medley relay and H80- vota. . '• '•• yard relay. Among those competing will! The ivmainin^t finals will be be world record holders Jim j run off Saturday at'tcrnon. Holding {440-yard hurdles), Al including" the 'feature Jerry Preliminaries open fhjs | morning with university divi- jsion finals, scheduled for tonight Kcuevbach (shot pill), Dwight Stones (high jump), Francie Larricu (women's mile) and Dave Roberts (pole .vault). Thompson Mile which will have! five sub-four minute men in the field. Texas' Tech will have one re- The high jump should be one; lay and two individuals in com- the top attractions 'since Cjreg Joy of 'Texas-El Paso, who has jumped 7-4. will battle Stones. petition, and Lubbock Christian will enter three individuals. All vvill'-'^ce action today. Tech's distance medley relay .Six individual NCAA cham- unit will he among 16 running £l!£_.]iy_ i !L.."!.-",.. - t3e !'.L escnl '!'" fl) e finals tonight. The event is aniinvitational affair, with no preliminaries.. • Running for Tech will be William Picrson on the 440, Luther i Mays on the 880. Terrell Pcn-j die ton on the three -quarter a.nd i Mqrk Fceeman on the mile;] The unit ran 10:11.5 in Tech's! meet two weeks ago. j- Six Squads Gain LD Wins JDALQU (Spcclall -•- Denver Tilts; Lubbock Meets PHS By CARTER CROMWELX. Sporfe SUlf It's almost showdown .tijne for Cowmado, but first the Mustangs must fight battle. : a preliminary ; Corortado will 'host'Hereford today in a twin biE at Connie Mack Held. In' the-, other 4- AAA A .encounter, Lubbock i High will travel to Plainview 'for -a Tech will have Ken Morris In! City. Abernathy and Smyer advanced to the second round nf junior division play in the I the javelin which will be finaled slate Little Dribblers lourna-(this morning. The junior has mcnl here'Thursday-night. i thrown the spear 221-9 this Denver City, with Douglass j spring. Brown scoring II, lopped Hovi- • .Also'this morning qualifying na 35-28 as Richard Shepard, ; >v iir \ )e h c i ( j j n uie high jump. Dale Gilbreath and Greg Mc-j w jih Raider Bryant Huckabay Olaren alt scored 6 for Bovina. u;o-mtintintr h'inals will be Satur- d<>ub!eheader. »t 2:30 p.m. Both will begin The Mustangs lead the ; first- half race in 4-AAAA with a 4-0 record. Defending champion Monterey is in second place with a 5-1 mark. The teams will battle April 11 at Connie Mack. Field in the concluding twin bill Raider Netters To Face SMU DALLAS (Special) — The Texas Tech tennis team faces a tough weekend beginning today George Philbrick's against SMU. TCU in a space of four beck with 36. tripped Croshyton. i n preliminary competition IT'S A. BIRD—New York Knjcks' Hawthorne Wingo (43) signals a play as Leroy Ellis (25) of .the Philadelphia 76ers, argues a call by referee, Richie Powers during their NBA game Tuesday night in New York. Ellis claimed the ball had hit the backboard, leaving it in possession of the TGers, but Powers still ruled for the Knicks. (AP \Virephoto) Muhammad Ali To Face Ron Lyle In May Bout NEW VORK (AP) Muham- ,Doa Kin* who will promote as coach netters go and Baylor days. The Techsans battle national .power travel SMU here across the V7-U6 as Earl Wiley, tallied L5l w ill be LCC's Paul Ferryman in Tor the losers. In the other game, Smyer whipped Idalou Jim Jeffries led the winners with 17 arid Butch Lancaster scored 12 for Idalou. Todav Abernathy battles Smyer at, J p.m. and Crosbyton lakes on Idalou at .'! :;>0. Bovina meets the Abernalhy-Smyer' loser at 7:15. In senior division action. Sea graves toppled Hart GS-M as Scotty JliddleUm poured in IS points. Mc-lvin Washington had 3 for Hart. Crowell. with John McGea getting 11, beat Silver- Ion by a 38-!;:") count, as Jetf .McCord had 20 for Silverton. In ilie Final game, Ropes whipped Idalou '!5-25. Ronald Valentine's 17 points .paced Ropes while Shane HarberL added ' J2 to the Tdalou cause. Today. Ropes play* Crowell »l li:15 p.m.. Silverton and Iclal- o'u do battle at 4:45 and at S::iO, Hart: mcc't.s the" CroweII-Ropes Inseiv . '.'•'.'• .'••"'. '.'^ the pole vault. Ray Harvey in the 120-yard high hurdles and Larry English in the 4-10-yard intermediate hurdles. Ferryman has cleai-ed 16 feet this spring. In the Tech meet, Harvey was ;a winner in 13.9 and he earlier won the USTFP indoor nalional English was a Tech meet, with tiny Ti4.(> lime 1 . hurdles •title, winner in the a record-set- . championship . fight on home instead of Red Raide *s (Continued?' From Pus* One) (12-10. 4-K) at 'Bice. (13-12, 6-3), Texas .15-0) at Baylor _ (lS-3. 'T-8) and -Houston (15-13, 4-8) : at Texas A&jvt (20-5, 9-:-]). TCU (l!)-8. 8-7) has the week off but (will host Pan American (34-31 in a four-game series.. Should the Raiders sweep; | mad Ali will take the heavy- \yeight championship out of the theaters and put into the nation's living rooms when he defends against Ron Lyle on home television in May. The fight is set lor May 16 in Las Vegas, Nev. and is scheduled to be televised live on ABO. ft will be the first -heavyweight shown' closed-circuit television since Joe Frazier stopped Ron Sandier May'25, W72. | Irwin Rosee, I_yle's manager of record, said he had talked with Bill Daniels, Lyle's business partner by telephone in Denver and that "the terms are agreeable and w* will sign a contract." ' Kosee said,Lyl<; would'begin training immediately. A spc-kesman for Herbert Mu- the fight with Video Techniques, said he he saw an Ali- Lyle fight as the second half of a home-television doubleheader with either middleweight champion Carlos Monston or lightweight champion Roberto Duran participating in the First half. today, then turnpike to meet the Horned Frogs Satur day. Monday, Tech will be back in Lubbock to vie with the Baylor Bears. Stan Morris will be Tech's No. 1 singles hope with John Moffett at no. 2. Other netters making the trip will be John Clememts, Paul LceLum, Don Adams and Chuck Bond. CORONA1X) Coronaclo's janior varsity baseball team took' a doubleheader from Lubbock High Thursday by scores of :j-2 and G-4. Winning pitchers for CHS were Chuck Johnson and Rex Balko. Garcia Losing pitchers were and Hector Guerrero. of the half. ; . . H Coronado takes two games from Hereford today, it would need only a split with the Plainsmen next ForUJay to win the first half outright. Coronado extended its winning streak to 16 games last Tuesday with 1-0 and 5-2 victories over Plainview, but neither game was one of the Mustangs' top efforts. 'We weren't real mentally sharp against P T a i n v i e \v," Coach John Dudley said. "We made some mental mistakes and some baserunning errors. Plainview competed real well against us, too. "Still, I think we're improving overall." he continued. 'We've been doing whatever is needed to win, and that's what coun-ls." \ The Mustangs, who have had trouble defensively' most of the season, committed only three miscues in the two contests against Plainview. Dudley saW he would pitch righthander Kenny Blackwell (3-0, 1.48) in the first game today and Travis Cherry (3-0, 6.75), also a righthander, in the second game. Neither Blackwell nor Sams has pitched much lately. Blackwell, who missed last Friday's loop opener with Lubbock High because of a throat infection, has not pitched since March 22 Cherry, who has started just one game this season, has hurled only 1% innings since lie went the distance to defeat Midland Lee March 15. He suffered an eye injury when he was hit by a ball during pre game drills March 18. Hereford is 6-9 for the season and has lost four games in row. The Herd is 0-4 in loop action. Roy Martinez (2-4) will start the first game and either Mike Grim (2-3) or Lynn Tarr (1-2) will start the nightcap. After post-ing a 12-2 non-dis- Coronado is now U-B for the season. Grid Drills - (Continued from Page Otic) i-oiiching regime on• the . ofl'cni sive end of the field, -iicomet Burley. ths second-team all-A- meri'ca defensive tackle a year ago. showed some spark a( his now nose guard position. "Burley -is a H r °JH player," admitted Sloan, "lie- can play il you turn him backwards but, he !i;is y lot to (earn in our. system as a nose .. Tjcsiis win .three, .the Ag r gies 'brie- and. Rice two,, -Tech (would stand ; : alonK in fourth ; place; in league wars, a gf^rfie '' oif third. ' '•;:.. V- • hammad. All's- manager, s,aid in Chicago "lh«. fight .was is on, the money is up." -.,.- Snu£fettes.The new smokeless way to enjoy tobacco. Ali reportedlv lion and Lyle |7 ; set '' Snuffettes give you full : tobacco satisfaction in an easy-to-use tablet form. Just let one or two Sn'uf fette's rest between your cheek and gum. They're clean and convenient so (hat you^an enjoy thenvanytimeanywhere. •Give them a try soon.'In plain dr sweet flavors. ' Sims •' Nlfe'l- ". Asllby ; 3-Vconian Wicbe" 1'lfAlnr. iralc.i- .'. Koslei- . Thursday's See record TK.\A«i - Ml K II XR..:iB..MR..RlU r .' .'. .. :;:•, ID Sli !u mi Ifili in ' Caslte; . 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"I was disappointed that we didn't get •tougher mentally against Coronado. Eady (Bill) pitched a fine me against us in the opener, but we had them down 4-0 in the second game and let them off the hook." Buffamonte saioj that his team s young ;and ; will make mis^ ;akes, but he 1 feels the Westerners can 'bounce back. "We have shown people that we can score a lot of runs in a short period of time," he said. ''And this -is to our advantage; of course." . Euttatnont* made a' lineup change against Coronado, . in- rtin.? Greg Parhaiii,. in left field 'in place of Jerry .Duffy, and the move paid o*{. P«H>am was 3-7 in the. twin l>ill against Ooronado, including a three-run homer in the second game. He is hitting .429 in 21 at-bats. "Parham is hitting well and ha$ pretty good speed," Buffamonte said. "He is an asset to us." Righthander Kenny Toney (72, 1.28) wll start the first game for Lhe Westerners today. He has dropped his last two decisions after winning his first seven, Kim Smith (3-2, 4.38), also a righthander, will start the second game. Plainview is 11-6 lor the season and 2-4 in 4-AAAA play. The Bulldogs have, lost four games in a row, two to Monterey and two to Coronado. Freddie Longoria (4-<0 will start the first game for. Plainview today and Morris Suriey (4-1) will start the second. NORTHEAST LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION Boys and Girls M2 Years APRIL 4 TONIGHT! 7:00 -1:00 P.M. BOUNDARIES - East of Ave. Q and North of Broadway Register at Sam Arnttt, Parkway and Sanders Elementary Schools ,< WAREHOUSE SALE 34th & Flint EVERY ITEM BELOW COST TOO NEW I, SUITS Just put into this GREAT SALE AT GREAT REDUCTIONS . . . Lg. 79.50 to 175.00 NOW 3 9 75 To 8 7 50 175 SUITS Year A-Round Weights CflO/1 Solids, Stripes, Plaids OU /OflFF Stripes, R A ." ?s$ s o,. mo. 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