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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 41

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2.C—LUMOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL— l-ridey Evening. April 4. IV75 KEGLER'S CORNER By WALT McALEXANDER RONNIE ODOM LED the lane assault at Oakwood Unes this week, rolling a 215-214-246—675 10 top all the heavy scorers. Bruce Jobe, who always seems to be around the 700 plateau, had an "off" week with efforts of (201-219-226) 546 and (101-194-215) 600. That left some glory for Choya Young 1204-255-202-661). Jimmy Snook (215-242-199—656) and Robert McClaren (205198-247 — 650), who went 131 pins above his 173 average. Nonie Fietz had an outstanding four-game series wilh a steady 803 accomplished in 200-214-19S-191 fashion. Sis Blevint rolled a 179 all-spare game and both Dennis Horn and Wilburn Gray missed (he triplicate on their last ball ajid Wayne Welch's -'03 middle game was two pins too high for a 201 all-spare effon. Welch finished with a 605 series. Horn had 204s in his first two games but finished with a 620 series; Gray had 200s his first two games and finished with a 601. Leroy Hildcbrand had a 181-218 244— 646. Jack Holland a 210-224-207— G41, Rich Caste-llano 201-201— 236- 6:iS. Mary Kirby bettered her 171 average bv 100 pins with a 233-224—622, Jeh Dozier had a. 217-227-620" and Donnie Dyer a 222-208— 617. Bennet Harter, rolling in the Gutter Gals league wilh a 117 average, picked up the Big Four split. Dot Gordon rolled a steady 190 208 187— 594. Mickey Crocke had a 200-223— 59:3. Harriet Lawson a 194-207—577. Rosa Johns 201-224—573, Quecnelle Huff a 192 564 which was 105 pins above her 153 average. Glenda Rackler a 2-13-551 and Pally Jones a 1SS-545, Roy Herd won the use of a Subaru for a week with a 191 game tbal became a 215 with the handicap in the Southwest Thunderbird League. Herd 'rolls for the Kelly-Moore Paint Company team. Carter Cards 672 ROBERT CARTER'S excellent 672. accomplished in 237211-224 fashion, higbliphed a light week at Lubbock Bowl. Larry Marks (191-212-213—616). Howard Turner (214-19S-195 — 607 and 127 pins over his 160 average) and Jesse Valerio (194-203-204—601) all topped the 600 plateau. John Foster (209-2061 rolled a 595 and Malcolm \Vomack, had the house's high game of thew eekwHha25S.hd a o who had the house's high ^ame of the week with a 25S, had a 590. David Richiardson rolled a 204-580. Paul Xeal went 101 Pins over his 158 average with a 210-575. Darrell Hays had a 231-572. Joan Hyles 240-563. Roy Willis 20S-558. Glen Matheny 201-5, Mike Brownlow 192-557, John Blocker went 121 pins over his 145 norm with a 10S-556. David Adkisson had a 214-556. Jay Petty 246-555. Jm Aparicio went 105 up with a 19S-540. Linda Franklin 19U-51.'! and Dannie Pop c 190-510, bettering his 127 average by 129 pins. Hubert Kiker had a 234 game. Eddie Simpson a 223. Peggy Martin a 203 and Frank Parsons a 201. In the LBC Youth League . 13-year-old Toney Dykes rolled a 203-58, 173 pin; over his 115 norm. Fifteen-year-old Mike Ritchie dad a 133-52,3. 14-year-old Wade Martin a 175-488 which topped his 129 norm by 101 pins, and 14-year-old Monte Blanlon had a 184-497. Bennett's 620 Tops Lyle, Ali Set Title Bout DRIVIN" THRU—Saji Diego's Warren Jabali drives around Pat McFarland of the Denver Nuggets in an ABA game Thursday. Jabali. a former Denver Rocket before the team changed nicknames, scored 21 but Denver won 148-121. See Story, Page 4, Sec. C. (AP Wirephoto) Red Raiders Seek Fifth SWC Sweep (Continued From Pag« One) I tap this weekend find Arkansas Hammond (.203) in left. Park (12-10, 4-6) at Rice (13-12, 6-9), will be the designated hitter. Texas (294, 15-0) at Baylor Bourquein. Jaccar and Sage-i(18-9. 7-8) and Houston (15-13, jhorn all started on SMU's bas-K-S) at Texas A&M (20-5, 9-31. ketball team. JTCU (19-S. 8-7) has the week off The Mustangs will go with J.lbut (will host Pan American P. Schlensker (1-1, S.10 ERA) i (34-3) in a four-game series, on the mound today with Mikei Should the Raiders sweep Hail (1-4. 6.14 ERA) and TinolSMU. Texas win three, th e Ag- NEW YORK (AP) — Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali will appear in the nation's living rooms in May, but you'll probably have lo go to the theater to v^alch him perform in September. I "The n£ht is on, the money is I up," Herbert Muhammad, All's {manager, said Thursday in Chi- tago about an Ali title defense against Ron Lyle in Las Vegas May 16, which -will be shown live on home television by ABC. "The terms are agreeable and we will sign a contract," said Irwin Rosee, Lyle's manager of record, who added that he had talked with Lyle's business partner. Bill Daniels, owner of the pro basketball Utah Stars. Ali reportedly will get SI million and Lyle 5100,000. The first home telecast of a heavyweight title fight since Joe Frazier stopped Ron Slander May 25, 1972, will be promoted by Don King Productions, Inc., and Video Techniques, Inc., co-promoters of Ali's title winning performance against George Foreman in Africa last Oct. 30 and his defense against Chuck Wepner March 124 at the Cleveland Coliseum. King also said Thursday that he expects to make the Ali-Lyle fight the second half of a home- television doubleheader with middleweight champion Carlos Monzon or lightweight champion Robert Duran. Then. under questioning, King said he expects the next "big fighfto be in Egypt in September. Ali would probably meet Foreman or possibly Joe Frazier in a closed-circuit television match in Cairo. For Lyle the shot at the title comes after a scries of setbacks. The 33-year-old ex-convict from Denver was all but signed to fight Ali in Madison Square Garden March 24, but the bout fell through and Ali ended up with Wepner. The Garden still hoped to make an Ali-Lyle fight for June but Lyle then was out- pointed by unheralded Jimmy Young. Then Lyle was arrested on a charge of shooting at his wife. He currently is out on S3.000 bail on felony menacing and second-degree assualt on aj complaint filed by his wife. j "A man is innocent until i proved guilty, and I don't think Lyle's being out on bail would keep him from going to Nevada," said Denver Count Dist. Ally. Dale Tooley Thursday. "It's simply a guarantee he to set a trial dale that would conflict with personal plans like 400,000 PIONEER NATURAL CAS CO. 9Vi% BONDS CM D«t<"b« li, >'« P,i« 104,56 n,, Current Yield 9.09% ««« 10 ^ritx 8.63% Schneider, Bernel^ Hidunan, I nc . Cowl Place— Main at Texas Ave. 763-1951 Thursday's Sco record Zaragoza (2-3, 4.89 ERA) throw- gies one and Rice ing Saturday. would stand along in SMU leads Tech 11-10 in a*place in league wars, a series which began in. 195S. but!out of third. the Raiders bold a 10-6 SWCJ edge. two. Tech fourth game Other conference outings oni BEN\Y BENNETT'S 223-214—620 topped Imperial keg- lers. but Walt Hannel took top honors with a 245 game. Gene Dobkins (207-215— 612 1. Jackie Sommerford (235-605) and Ollie Dunn (200-209—596) had good series, plus Ray Binder rolled 201-222-231 in separate series. Other good games include Bob Wood's 237, .loyce Koont/,' 23!, Jim Wiseman's 233. John Thomas's 232. Bob Shrewsbury's 231. Bob Morcau's 228. James Gibson's 226, Sonny Hill's 224. 222s by Barbara Robins. Gary Johnson, Bill Sisson G!en Bielss and" Marvin Hall and Robert Carter's 220. James Sprowles. Jerry Givens and Hugo Hildebrand had 215s. Choya Young and Roy Herd 21-ls with Young alsa getting a 207. Wewlcy Letson 213. 212s by Cecilia Whitezel. JcXin McMillion and Ellen Gibbs. 211s by Jerry Browning. Pat Smith and J. M. Fowler with Browning also "rolling a 207 and 210s by Walter Bumpass. Gary Pendley. John White and Ronnie Awlrcy with Bumpass also getting a 208, as did Dave Davis. Al Seltle had a 207. Woody Schroyer and Rodney Jones 206s, Donnie Smith a 205-201. 204s by Cliff Ewing. Buddy Jobe. Ted Mcnelec, Sandra Long and Tommy Harris with Jobe also getting a 202. William Morris and Jerry Hutchens had 203s and the 202 list includes Bobby Frank. 'Ronnie Clark. Paul Lewis. Leta Fyffe, Dennis Hays, Shircly Odom and Mike Sharp .In at 201 were Sam Alvardao, Rita Andrews and Ehvood Potter. Skeeter Loke Jchn Leonard and Helen Hamilton had 200s BOWLERS OF THE WEEK— Mary Ann Sater (699) and Dewey Letson (700) at Imperial. IMsypr AB Finn TEXAS TECH a5-lS> Ashby Kreeman .. Rew!?y ... Wiebe Mattron ... Hnrtrm ... Johnston .. Haley . ' Foster lantc . Catllr McMillian Totals Trial* I rilrh»r ! IP..-. jP.unkeL j IHdson R .H 2B . 35 10 . 9S 3 TS 14 .3B..HR 11 1 '• SS SO 3 2 26 7 1 RBI ,Atf 0 H .nil 0 11 .313 r. L'l .303 11 . 61 .110 _. .IDS 15 . W 4 15 -.'5 R 15 15 25 3000 : .rxw 17 .255 n o '. 3 . SI' .1 11' I (1 2 11 .41 4 S 1 0 1 . :>i 11 i! r> fl ! . « S 9 3 1 n •47 :. S 1 ' 0 0 .13 1 2 1 r o S28 !52 =44 3fi 19 14 13i .253 S»i Hi 22- 38 17 IS 127 .215 J'lTtHI.VG .H..K-ER.-.nn..SO..W-l. ER.\ •J .220 .l'!6 .205 .170 .154 OIIS BETTERS TVIN | WICHITA FALLS (Special) — Coronado's I e n n i s team stretched its season dual match record to 23-1 here Thursday with a 10-8 win over WF Rider. The Mustangs, who have been beaten by only Abilene Cooper j this season, will compete in thej "uAbctt p=m, c-nt-r \e. Trr-sco Wichita Falls Classic today andjs^k'or Fhlu'rfJa^'n" "' ^ Saturday. PFO BASKETBALL NBA Cleveland 100 J-Te-.r York 95 ,\tl\ Kentucky 103. Memphis 53 New York 116. Virplnia Ul UUh 12S. St. Louis SS San .vntoaio 137. Indians 122 Denver 14E. San Dieso 121 PRO HOCKEY XHL Bu/falo 4. Boston 2 New York Rangers 1. Philadelphia 1 CmcaRo 6. Kansas City 4 WIIA -Vew KngJajid 4. Quebec 1 San Dlezo 9. Baltimore 2 MEN'S SI-OW-PITCH Lubbock Raiders '-'1. Reese AFB 12 MacWcstem 15. College Inn !> LATIN LEAOL'E SLOW-PITCH Classics IS Cisilc's Machines 3 Aztecs 13. El Ray Lumberjacks 9 MOB BASKETBALL £e:'uri'.y National Bank 3S. Strcmi Pav- inz 24 Field's & Co. 45. Montgomery Motors is : suit! Chaparrals (Continued From Page One) with Donnie Watson (1-0) in the nightcap. That would leave Bob Smith (0-2) to oppose Mark Blau (3-1) in Saturday's 1 p.m. encounter. The low-average-hitting Indians are led by Steve Maddox's .409 mark. Maddox will start at second with Roy Kinnan behind the plate, Danny Davis at first, Jim Darden at third, David Orr at short, Ricky Stiles in left. Larry Hogue (who has 11 stolen bases) in center and David Robinson in right. Jack Daniell will serve as DH. LCC, which stands 16-9 this year and 7-0 overall against DEC, will have Don Worth catching, Rodney Gardner at second, Bustos at short, Randy Evans in center and Louis Perez in right. Evans has raised bis average 3S points to .359 this week and has hit safely in 10 of LCC's last 11 games. AVERAGE HOME VALUE UP10°/olN1974* Investing in a Some of your own ii always o smart move. Bui it's a trove you should make very carefully. A REAtTOR con help you mote Ihe most of your money. It's his provisional responsibility to know where the mortgage credit is most cosily available and interest fates most fovoiable. MoVe o smart move. Contact o REAITOR today. LUBBOCK BOARD OF REALTORS EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY REALTOR Equitable Savinss 16. Brirrr roft R Bio Brother": 33. Plains Co-On Tt 4S.1 43 36 'S, 32 :,7 1-\ 4.55 50 36-27 31 31 1-3 5.0) Lee 31.0 30 IS-IS 14 13 34 4.65 Morin ..27.0 y> 11-7 12 13 '>\ 2.33 Hunter 35.2 V, 14-iri 13 17 1-.3 3.57 Can 1 n?!! Ill 1 21 9- R 4 16 IM! 3.60 Tnhrel ..|!'.l 10 2-2 fi S 'J-fl «'l I^Pnri . .13.1) 22 r> 13 7 fi i-1' 10.3S VVjlas . . . -'.2 5 I- 1 2 30-0 4.0^ Totals 'JjS.'i I"!" 141-111 133 144 !:>-]« t.Ti CLARK EQUIPMENT LIFT TRUCKS • Rentals • Ports & Service • All Types * Fail Delivery WESTERN CLARKLIFT C.. 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