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April 6, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 12

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2-C—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Sunday Morning, April 6, 1975 Pro Golf Tour Begins Tuning Up For Assault On Augusta National AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP) —\ Th^re is no fc>ca! point to the; Masters this year. It. is impossible at this time 1 tn poinl liyvard one Individual' circumstance, or evpn one set of circumstances, and say with conviction, "This is the our l.his is the key to i.he 1075 .Mas , tors.'' There is no focal point be MUSK there are so many pol.cn- : tial focal points. There are too many facets, loo man? 1 factor? in the tournament to focus on one at the expense; of others. l'-irsl Black Is It I-co Klrlcr, who will be making his long-awaited debut as Ihe first black to play in this annual spring rile on ihe fam Pd and. until now. all white.- playground thai is the Auytista National Golf Club course. Is it. Jack Xicklaus, who slid denly, authoritatively, is reassert inc himself a--'the game's greatest player?^ Two Collect LD Crowns i TDALOU (Special)—Seagraves and Denver City took the championships in the major and junior divisions, respectively, of the West Texas Little Dribblers h.isketor<l! tournament here Saturday night. The two tenms will advance to ihe Little Dribblers national tournament, scheduled to begin Wednesday in Texan Dome on the South Plains College ram pus in Levelland. SeftRraves won HIP majnj' American division crown via a 52-37 victory nver Crowell. Sent tie Middleton paced Seag'i'aves to the win with 20 points, while Dan Klepper led Crn well's scoring with 21. Seagraves advanced to Ihe finals match with a -U--40 win over Crowel! in a early morning contest. Crowell then downed Idalou 36-24 to make the final. Idalou topped Ropes -12-3D in an afternoon match. Denver City, paced by .Toff cry Green's 14 points, clipped Abc.: - - nalhy 46--I1 to take the junior division championship. Clctus Irheck led Ahernalhy scoring with 29 points. Irbeck led Abernathy in two other Saturday games, tabbine 23 points in each gamp. Denver City reached Ihe final match with a r.S-'-'fl victory nver Ahernathy in an early morning battle. Abernaihy downed Cms byton 39-30 to enter the champi onship rnslch. Croshylon nipped Bovina 29-26 in an earlier round. Is it .lohnny Miller, (he too-(Karl and Terry Piehl will ho of! magnificent old oaks that ? York. white, colonial clubhouse. ne lop of HIP lioap. Player, to-be trur. All American! interest In upstate New hoy whose exploits-until! North Texas will follow John recently had overshadowed j Grace. Pensacola will worry even Ihe mighty Nicklaus? ; over Allen Miller and Jerry . Is it the long-awaited N'ick-: Palo. New England will rally to' , ' laus Miller confrontation? j Bob Menne. Is it I.ee Trevino. now mote A head cold by Tony .tackiin^iniiiii.vMue mm nuue was a llnpsn't r<' HP i \vi the grim gaucho than ihe Aler-i would trouble all of troubled .'tree nursery, the inflated hotel I ,„ ' ^ " u-<M"-" win ry Me\. making another of his; Inland, prices, ' Ihe jusl-this-weeki Realistically] can't expect off-again, on-again Masters ap-. A hangnail hy Jumbo O/aki menus, Ihe endless parties andi' 0 "'"' sai ^ t ''" or - « soft-spok- goaded by new; would set Tokyo a tremble. , the holidav snirit are all a ,«ri' cn -''Kvcar old W'ho qualified for) a little promontory behind the'u. S. Open champion Hale Ii •vhite, colonial clubhouse. win am| We j skop f aren't far be- The interviews, the .sppcual-| hinc i Palmer and Trevino are ion, the swarming galleries, j nucst ionahle. No one knows | the gorgeous selling on rolling! what to expect from Elder. •«n,nlrysirte that once was a Doesn't Expect Win BELLEiHOllJELL AUDIO-VISUAL PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT SALES • SERVICE RENTAL THl BIST SHOW IN TOWN - COULD II YOURStl! On the b«»t A-V projector in town - OuriMl INDUSTRIAL AND EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS pcarancos, now ambition? . , Even the non-playing in- Is il Gary Player, (he gallant j nloes, such as that dapper little South African who socks squire. 715-year-old Gene Sara- lo become only th" second mair/en, will have their moments of in history Io make a siicce>sful ; altontion, their words of \\is- dcfcn.sp of the groen jacket? . clnm eagerly sou«hi as they sit Seek. 1 ; Win and stand and mingle linear (lie Is it Arnold Palmer, Ihe proud old champion who has worked so hard and seeks so desperately to recapture even a sliacimv of the matiic thnt once w;iS his. and his alone? Is il lemperamontai Tom the holiday spirit are all a part'f" • tl '7 Cil -° ln . w . , . , of the Masters scene. i lhe M ,f ters las1 - vear ^ Wln 1 inuig the Monsanto Open and! now has had 50 weeks to pon- But little solve? Begins Thursday il all ;in»)unts (o vor.v dor his role as the first black to until the players them-! play here, begin to unravel the ;m- ; "No first-time player has the countless questions Houston Blanks Rangers By 6-0 I'Vlin Thursday's first of rounds over the flowered | of cusla four hills ever won," he said. "I can't expect to win, but I don't want to disgrace myself. My g-oal is to the 7,020-yard, par 72 An- finish in the top 24." fa National course, thei That would get bin get him a return \\'eiskopf. the man of the tower nig talent who has finished sec- mid here on three occasions— HOUSTON AP) Richard pitched six in- j four : brainchild of the late Hobby i invitation. j.lonc.s and one nf the world's:"" most beautiful golf .setliiiR.s. j j Little is certain in this tour-] UKVKMAND WINS .lameslnamenl, the first of the year's U .; V KLLAND (Special)-Lev- major tests of golfing r: ' /i v. rxoiiyi in — . . i-iiii i t • r r ' ' '' Tun h:u yet to win" Is he finally nm S s 0{ nn hlt - ba| l an d Cliff greatness. It has a way of rie- ! reariv to control and direct his' Jollnson hil a pah " of home I 1art 'ng fl '°m "^ script,' of pro- •unriue-tionrd talrnls? runs, including' a grand slam, j viding the drama of Sarazcn's Does the key lie with tr>u?h-minded, unafraid. Ihe Saturday night to carry the a m . Houston Astros (o a 6-0 exhibi , hiuous cadre 'of young men whoitjpn baseball victory over the correct scorecard. " arc threatening to tour for their own? claim the'Texas Rangers. Richard allowed onlv a pair Or is it someone or some- of walks and struck out four. He retired the first 12 Range.'s be millions of he faced before issuing his first thing entirely? There will words of speculation written.jwalk. spoken, taped and filmed in the," next tew days. II will he the cenler of sporis interest, and the world press will gather hy i (lip hundreds. i ; Kvery man in the field will, he interviewed in depth. Richie Tech Sports Fete Tuesday ;' All Texas Tech athletes will be honored Tuesday at the an-i jnual Red Raider Club All-Sports | Banquet. ; The serving lines will open at! 6:.">0 p.m. in Lubbock Coiiseum. j Tech's new head football coach, Steve Sloan, will he fea- Uu'cci speaker. Bob Nash, assistant manager at. KFYO Ra-| dio. will be master of ceremo-j nies. { Highlights of Kip banquet] will he ihe presentation of various awards. In basketball, the top award is Ihe Polk Rohison : plaque, and in football, the top honors nrp the Pete Cawthon. .Dell Morgan and Oonny Anrie) 1 son Awards. j i Also, all ,SVVO anrf conference champion athletes will he ret:-' ogni/.ed. ; double eagle nr the heartbreak of Roberto de Viceiv/o's But certain players in the in- viied. field of S3 — only about 78 are expected to start — can be singled out as most likely to succeed. I N'icklaus and Miller rank at elland opened up its District i- AAA competition here Saturday' by sweeping a doubleheader 1 over Dumas. Levelland downed Dumas 8-3 in the first game and dropped the Demons 19-4 in the second. Levelland's Brady Brashear pitched the Lobos to[ the first, victory. Jim Richard son was the winning pitcher in the second. Levelland is now 2-0 in district play. 10-5 for the year. Dumas is 0-2 in district. Barlley Captures Tennis Victory A.MAPJLLO i Special i-~Thad. Bart ley defeated Hank Holly in .an ail-Luhbnck High finals in A bo\ s singles of the Amarillo Re-j la.\s. [ Hartley won 8 '>, fi-i, as thei ;wes|erncrs look Ihe A division Champs To Vie In Main Event Terry F'unk. the Western States heavyweight champion, will mec! Bobby Ja~cers. Ihe Central States champ. VVednes day night in the main event of Fair Park Coliseum's wrestling r.ai-d beginning at S:30. : ] n B matrhes. K;iy Robbins! And a.- an aciried at.lrai-tinn, ; a nd .lane f.riffiili of l.uhhock the match will have a special Ili-h lost in the iiuarlcr-finals. referee, wrestler Srott f'a.-ey. In other action, lyird Alfred Hayes and Casey will he featured in a las-team bout a;ainst Black Gordman and c;n- liath. In individual malche?, Ricky Romero lakes on Don Fargo. Karl Sleiger battles Big Hart and Mose Morowski is pitted against, Frank Dallnn. Ralph Krebbs Mutual Benefit lif. onri Mutual Futirfi 810 Uxos Comm-rri 762-0897 Congratulations to 0 President's Club lh*ms«tv«s wilh lilt mui"- Arc* idles of S 1,000,000 wmw« durmg the p*e- eedmg c«<end* year. DOWE MAYFIELD, CLU Our Special Re preservative in LUBBOCK, TEXAS A1975 Member of the President's Club Bryan D. Dennis Regional Agency Manager 10 BRIERCROFT OFFICE PARK, • Suite 2 LUBBOCK, TEXAS .IfiffRpsnn JCPenney Introductory sate. 25% off JCPenney Glass Belted Radial, Features 2 polyester cord radial plies. 2 liber glass bells. In the wide 78 series profile. WhiifiwaMs. No Irade-in required. Tire size BR78-13 ER78-14 FR78-14 GR78-14 GR78-15 HR78-15 LR78-15 Save 9.75 12.00 12.50 13.25 13.75 14.25 16.00 Reg. 39.00 48.00 50.00 53.00 55.00 57.00 64.00 Sale 29.25 1^36.00 37.50 39.75 41.25 42.75 48.00 + fed. tax 2.07 2.51 2.68 2.88 2.95 3.17 3.48 Regular retail prices effective April 12, 1975. Auto air conditioner check up. 5.88 H<*ra'« whnl w« do: • T»»f eompr«nor output with gaugo » f»»t, cempUlt »y«l«m for Unk« • Tighten all bells and hen <onn»ction» • Clean condenter and radiator exterror • Add frton a» nec«»nry Replacement pnrti ana tervice availoble at txtra cott. Wheel alignment 5.88* Here's what you gel: • Suspension inspection • Set easier and camber • Adjust toe-in • Road test 'Most U.S. and many foreign cars. , .Service special effective thru Sat. April 12 Official State Inspection Center. Sticker #4 Due Now Auto Center Open 8:30 til 9:00 pm. Monday through Saturday Train Motivate Entertain Educate Tell your story in moving color - EFFECTIVELY thru sighr and sound Make your story a pleasurable experience - EFFICIENTLY Portable (automatic threading), Auditorium (high-intensity), and television Film Chain models available. Talk to an A-V Professional. Coll or write for information or a demonstration. SOUND PHOTO EDUCATION AND TRAINING PRODUCTS P.O. 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Small and light weight, yet produced for the professional field to give yeors of trouble free use. Professional equipment lasts longer, increasing the value ' Call or write for information or a demonstration. •SOUND PHOTO EDUCATION AND TRAINING PRODUCTS P.O. BOX 2130, LUBBOCK, TEXAS 79408 806 763-4367 (Authorized dealer for Bell & Howell) MONDAY MORNING SELLING Always enthusiastic - no blue Mondays Alwayj technically correct - no oversight* Always professional, colorful, and exciting. Always ready to perform Presentations once accomplished are accurately reproduced. Your story is told with enthusiasm, no matter how you feel. Personalized professionalism Versatile yet inexpensive THE MODERN SALES "TOOL" Audio AND Visual is the effective way to inform and hove your story remembered. Presentations can be made wiih or without the audio, so you can tailor your story to any situation. Want to sell more to cover those additional travel expenses? 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