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2-C—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL-Monday Morning. April 7. 1975 A&M, Texas Near N Playoff Spot By The Associated Press Texas and thn Texas Aggies all but clinched NCAA baseball playoff berths over the weekend and what drama may be Houston 2-1 and fi-5 in 10 in- nhiR.s in mow? solidly in .second place with a 12-3 mark far ahead of Texas Christian's 8-7 in third left centers on whether the AR- ! The second-place finisher in girs can catch the unbeaten jinn conference is srhediilnd lo Longhorns. , be in (he (jrst-round playoffs Texas unlimbered its big bats; this vear if it has a good! lo maul Baylor 9-0 and 17-4 in a [enough overall record, doubleheador Saturday to; "If we don't catch Texas but stretch its record In an impos-jkcep a Rood record Ihe ohsures ing 18-0 in league play. Inre excellent we would he cho- Rick Bradley broke out, of 3!.sen to RO West and perhaps mild slump with thiPe homers!play in Ihe Western .Athletic and 10 RBIs in the three-gp .mo i Conference playoff district orj Baylor series which save Texas PVOII the Rig Plight," pays A&M an overall ledger of :;2..|. i Coach Tom Chandler. "The key The Texas Aggie? swept. 1 for us is to have a good record Roberts Ties Relays Mark J is '.M-l overall. Texas and Texas A&.M don'l play until the final weekend ofj the campaign April 2f>-2ti. In other games Saturday. Texas Tech defeated Southern Methodist 11 2 in the opener janri the Mustangs grabbed the AUSTIN (AP> — Dave Rob-| nightcap fl-5. Pan American erts believes a 13-foot pole,swept TCi; (i-1 and 7-fi in a non- vault is possible in the near fu-|conference doublcheader. tui'e but right now it rates! Rice won a doubleheaderj about fourth on his priority i r ''fm Arkansas, taking the sec-; scale. i°"^ frame on a rare forfeit. The! The world record holder lied,° wls wotl th P first game 5-1 bill a Texas Relays' record wilh anArkansas led -1-3 in the eighth 1S-1 attempt Saturday. hut! lnnlnR of the "'^htcap. Chief! failed three times to clear the i 11 " 1 ? 11 ' 6 Howard Hansen stopped 1 bar at 188 !P' a . v ann awarded the game to; The red-haired lefthander «*!££ erhw £ en hen snaw Arkansas i a new world standard ^o^^rKi" st, on weeks ago at the Florida Re- earlier in the nrtJriyn 1 lays when he vaulted 18-b',. j arK , flssisum J a( . h Bn - ce D £ I believe 1 can do 19 lee, ] trich were ejrct| , ri following an! says Roberts. In fact, Jvc| arRumcnl on a balk calle * m probably done that on several!Raxorhack pitcher Warren] jumps al different heights. ItiHemm. I will take just the right circum- \ Texas is idle in SWC play this stances. I could have made 18-8[week while the Aggies go rn! if 1 had just stayed back on my!Lubbock lo play Tech in ai pole just a little bit more." [three game series. Roberts will make appear- _ . ances at the Drake Relays in two weeks and the Kansas Re- .] Ky OAKTKR ORO.MWEU, Avalanche-Journal Sports Staff Graduation ceromonics are generally happy occasions, but •A .— •'-. — IWIHH.IMCI /MVJII marline/.. Ana Caprock .baseball coach Rob An- the weather caused Caprock • •• - -•• »ti ID w cat Jit: I UiltJStQ V drev viewed the ceremonies al;problems in pre-season C.-iprwk last spring with a, "We've been hurl by jaundiced eye. You see, several key players - -, --...... ..,.., ,.—.,...., , mu uiuy WUIKCU ouisifle I from Andrews S-AAAA-champi- rU.ys before we opened with L.O- oncliil. walked across the stH B e| m ,ad tl . It had snnwd the two last May and Ihe thought, of find- | previous weekends before our "•oubMns CmCnU f ° r Ul0m "'^ "' 3 — r and . we - iust hartn ' 1 henn Naturally, Andrew ditln'l e\- JN.HJRKD RAIDER — Don Roberts, who started five games a I. quarterback for Texas Tech a year ago before lining moved to wide receiver this sin-ing, examines his broken left hand during the Red Raider scrimmage Saturday, Roberts was the first Techsan to drop out of spring training clue to an injury. (Staff Photo by Wcs Phillips) Kuhn Enthusiastic All , rci. w i. NKW YORK (AP — bullish on baseball." am lays to try to reach what was over-the- ., „ ,... „ ,. ,-L-I Tlle P !ll 'ase catches the ear, is n i.oons:; 4 .fisn!which is probably whv Commis- t . < T Ortrt o* f r>T-,' . _t, * Kunn coined il R 7 % 10 .5M 2(1 11 ..M4 i." in day last winter. dclphia all report jumps of 25 per cent or more. Two thirds of the 24 major league clubs are even with or ahead of their season's ticket sales of last year. T™"'T . in the The commissioner said that '%; n 's fi''~ "jji ---• ^ •- - -i- ^winiiii.i.jiMin-i oniii Liict L ^middle of the football, hockeyiolf-scason developments, such .t7i,and basketball seasons. ;as the naming by Cleveland of \ow thai spi-ins has surfaced' j Frank Robinson as baseball's :% in nu.^ton -1 11 MU ^ in .... - „. t.AST IVKF.K'S RF,"II.TS Slinday—Rirp 7..^ BayJni- 0-K Tnrvd'av Uflilnr- TC11 C-l ''>T^^ • \C '" '-L.,V.,I,I. o V rj o V>1 1 , iMJIJII ,^ I - . ^. . . i i. J .- t p, I I I I I t, y-> \> .JU L , - I U« 1 1 1»..-Ba..iar ifi-n. si. .v»rv, i-«.- |Cnniusj ., sm has hcnr] inrreascd [stakes, the Bobby Murcer-Bob-works |and brniipju along [Other bapcball season, Kuhn'si rish black manager, Hunter signinc the Cat- 'Horns Surprise In 3-AAAA Loop firsl baseman Sieve, ccnterfielder David Beam, rightfielder Danny Morales and loftficlder Alvin Marline/. And the weather," Andrew said. "We had only worked outside three Trickey Stewart pect «reat things this season, but the I,onf?homs have surprised so far with a :lO-5 season record and a 1-0 district mark. Caprock has won six games in succession and opened league play lasl Friday with a nine-inning, 5-.'! win over pro-season :',-AAAA favorite Pampa on the Harvesters' field. "No, of course I didn't feel we would have nearly the ball- club we had last season," An- j,._ , , .,.,. , r ', , . •-" n "'K ncrtin s piace in center *]% ft}*' ^ h °l a ..L° 1 ,- 0 ficld - "« Mvcrl, ground well. able to work out much." Caprock's defensive play has .surprised Andrew. "Were playing better defen sivel.v .so far this season than we did last year," he said. "Last year, we averaged two or three errors a g«mc, hut were able U) overcome them with hitting. "f think the key to our defense has t the middle, .._ ^ ...,,,. has been doing a good job of taking Ream's place in center pilcher with a 6-1 record. Chuck Velasquex and David Shellon are each 2-2. All are ders. Killian is the club's top hitter .:!70 average, while is batting .;',15 and .^85 with four home runs and 13 RBIs. Andrew was naturally happy with the win over Pampa Friday, in which Brown tripled to drive in the winning runs in the ninth inning. "It was good lo heal Pampa up there," he said. "Now if we can just win our two games this week, we'll he in good shape. I certainly think we have improved enough to challenge for the district title." Caprock plays at Amarilio High Tuesday and hosts .T -•• "'•• \n. ,li\f JiL^ll i UCftUrtJ rtilll llV>il^ has been our strength upjTa.scosa Friday. Amarillo (10-4, uddle," he said. "Stewart 1-0} was Hie pre-season pick for good hitlers last year and lost most of them. "So far, we've played bctter- than-average defense and have received good pitching," he said. "Our hitting has been below-average for the most part." Plains last And Kevin Jones has been! Flsewher? doing a good job behind the' rjl " e " nc ' e plate. He has a good arm and a fair hal." Ledbetler is a^ain at second second place in the league and Ta.scosa (7-8, 1-0) was tabbed for fifth. on the South week, Hereford , threw the first-half race in 4- AAAA into a tie between Monterey and Coronado by dumping r,. , : ••••"! me Mustangs 5-2 in the second C^nx*; ,5-8 t ^"t «««,:»- fir^U,!™^ iSo £ S l«" m ' ° f * O^eheader Friday, lumen only three full-time ton starters from 1974- -second baseman Pat Ledbeller, third! TEA FT TO SPFAK baseman Kim Killian and I PLAINVIFW r^nrr-lan R,,, shortstop Bobby Stewart, who , orP1 j£ a ^ LLlI coaS cSni , has been moved to center field. Pilcher Mark Leonard, who saw Teaff will be the speaker at the Plainview High School Ath- The Plainsmen and Mustangs are both 5-1 in league play and will play at Coronado Friday in the final twin bill of the half. Abilene Cooiier, Permian and Midland Lee remained in a tie for the first-half lead in 5-AAAA with 5-1 marks. The league con- rnimas even bascba MfNcpsp'3-5. ilmislnn M •'Tor]- 3.5, Hflv "'^iS^'-r^^'-^^ r h n., h} ' a sprit>s nf developments. ™n,, n .v A,,™,,, r,. n,,, o: T™, ;„'..;;' lhink J "!^ he B*.vlnr fi: A*-M i:i.Hnii!itrin2:i;Mti(i p '; |lll le more bullish ..,, i,n.-,<.- >( nii-. ,, F-Avior^A*-;! i. nm, ; tm,..2:..«tu ^iiiow," Kuhn said on Ihe eve nfi nave :al ' Contributed .....'the .1!)75 seas-nn "ThA,- P i, a ,. n 'Creased fan i sweep-1 ball when you see those by Bonds trade of superstars interest. And' the emu-nuns a A". lh<? SWap tha -' scr ' 1 Hank |i> lm P in the amount nf fees is a Aaron to the American League.[strong sign, of course." to in- s'atiirrf^y RH-P mid camp frirroii .V!'. Alk.lina-: t-fl I-ire : T<-XR<; fl-17 r^n^ln^ (M . . - 1 ."', .serond ^-iinr- !<* in- • ... Tech II n. SMi; a-fl; IMn Amoncan SlgllS . . . positive Signs .1!)75 season. "There ha\'c en some good -7. Tl'i; 1-fi, THIS WKKK'S SCItKIM I.K Monday .pan Ainriit-an fit SMI Trini1\ al Texav. Snutiln•^^lc[•n l.m Sniith;vc^lcrn f,-rid;i.v--Tn' al ArknnvaT. •the same this year" .., ,, r „,, nuatil\ ol our races once • considered an moon vault—19 feet. "I'm happy lo gPt over IS feel in Texas because I've never vaulted my best here." pays the former MCAA champion from; Rice, a native of Conroe. Tex. "It's nice lo be consistent at IS fret because you knew that's a base for going higher." But back lo the priorities. "My No. 1 priority is to get into medical school," says Rob- ,«-.v erts. "Vaulting is maybe fourth on my list." He riitin't say what, his No. 2 and No. !i priori!ics were. Roberts, dressed in polka-dotted shorts, was easily the crowd favorite at the -"ISth Re-j , '""".y-' 11 <*' .IIKH/ISW,;. r.»vior a(jrn<>n,iv.^ ^on_,-» \vir vt: UVL-J jiciu, ja/'yuiing nut ar lays and earned Ihe most valu- i sVui^^'n-lr'iiTAVk^JL'V'^'^vio,-^ 01 ---'- 11 ^ 111 Klllln - "Some people]predict 'four gr ' "<•,.*?",'''' ""''' "' Hn "* [ " n '-'• A * SI »', ml " ht Ulink t'^ 1 - 'i little unusualjhavcn'l known .. ,,„, ,„, ( ,,,.^ l _l..jr_: ; of the problems of Ihc.joh when I rnuld visuali/e four! icconomy. Rut we're inclined lojdivisional races as tight and cv-i n . ibcheve that we may be benefit-idling as we could have innirV('lf> 'ting from Ihe fact that people'1975." i M ' 1 ^ J v " t ' are more mindful of costs, and Karlir-r this vear. basehall vision contract that gives the sport exposure on two networks instead of one. "The television we just, closed is the biggest and best! by far that we've ever hari."! r ivnm said Kuhn. "\Ve had keen inter-femit cst from all the major net-|Kcior works. You can judge something about, the health of . T , !n "74, ileiif. Banquet tonight. The ,mn- -^.i •• ^ ,,,.,.,x;,. , ,, v , c -,,^,uc ^./n- baseman harry Trick-[quet. will begin at 7 p.m. Teaff ickirfos first-half action Tuesday ey, a part-time starter a year, guided Baylor to its first South-; Permian will battle Odessa ago. also were back. |\ v esl Conference championship j Cooper will clash with Abilene were top hitters in, in SO years last season. and Lee will play Midland, catcher Gerald Nipp, pitcher-, • • l-AAA '. W-l. I'rt. 1V-I. Tc-I. ,- ,-, j Season Illslrlrl l.evclland 105 .(W7 :>4) J 000) fi-10 ."75 0-0 . 3-11 .714 0-2 .000 LCW To Host Bike Race T.AST \VlvKK'S KESL'I.TS , numas n. Amarillo 5; l.evcllaml S-l!t numas .1-1 THIS WW.K'S The Arthritis Foundation Itions. with (West Texas Chapter-Plains Di-! b °.vs and r.i, fi-t. w-r. vrt.! Sea«i>n District \ A nr :i 10-7 r>SS L'-ft 3.0001 ' ' events for Midget ; . ,?Jrls, Intermediate vision) will be the bis winner boys and E ' rls ' Wnrne n- .Hmiors,' V.', when the Lubbock Veterans and the top category, Seniors i"'! '5oil Counly Wnot: ' llTlp n host the Fifth; The Seniors are broken do\vn •-.', .juoiAnnual Buffalo Springs Lakelinto four classifications—I n i.5 --^iRicycle Road Race at the park. HI and IV wilh Senior fdev ,en you see those net i 'LAST WEEK's'"firsriTs >2 ' 3M| Al1 P rocceds r '' om entry fees ! iffnatinp (be top athletes and howing that amount ofi Ki-ior s. BJR ' sprins ?i; 'v>to- •'•-. j'his year will bo donated to theilV the novice riders And the enormous fSrw^'"^^! ti. K ^ ^klon^^ 1 ch ?P tcr ° r Tne Arthritis j Fifty-five riders ' enlerer! the ;'irl Stockton : Tninr)l(. 1-12 .;sn r.-n .its 3-11 .'2H enormollS.'t. Andrpivs' 2"' kcrnilt Tl "KOI'I '!=tn'i-fcion i""'" ^""l">- t - 1 "' ' llt: niuuiLinj ruij.-nvi. 1 i MHTS i-nieren me 1 ~- " Fori .<=inck!on° 2: Kcimit 2». Foundalioii to aid the group inicontesl in 1973 and onlv 41 were Scminolr r.'. Mctialians a iiic rocn^i'r.h r,r iv,« A\ rn ^ fn 11—i ,ui« ._ i_,_ i'i_ _ . .,, 1 '. Perns ,1 Scminolp 3: Scminnlc r.'. Monatinns y THIS WUKK'.s MC'HEm;i,K .. ., aJJ lne .. . Kuhn.jrighls. divisions you can Baseball divided its TV rights between NBC and ABC, rcceiv-,,,,,,,, nl ,„„ „„,,,„. a record S93 million for the ahnns ''-<• rci ' ns al fl ,„ •--M'lir nl PPCO.-.V. fri , r ,,,, ,, r . ,' l s research of the disease that , M0 ^Y-: 1 ? 1 <N-M..' at I-™ Stockton I plagues almost 20,000 residents able contestant award. 'jthe ( -,on the vcr^e of a boom. ' "U'c have one of Ihe biggest! „ aijadvance sales we've ever har!."janything but an o'ptlmisrand'to . , , . . But j( ATTENDANCE UP LCS ANGELKS (AP) — This season's attendance for the IMA expect me lo be|^ ^n-^^ Trn 3-AAA" w-i. ret. South Plains. Top cyclists from throughout jthe states of Texas and New rpt Mexico, all licensed by the Am- m«trj<>i'ateur Bicycle .League of Ameri- \V-r, I'rt :rcat races. UU i i. Tr/7 a year on this WllCclinCH l.aniosa 3-S ,'J7? LAST M'HKK'S O'los-fl Ki'lnr -'-5. l.nmr-sn ^. nrownfiplrt .): Snvder Ti, Brosvn/icld .^. Kinder '• THIS WEKK'S SCHKIiri.K ca ' as as cyclists from Mexico, are expected to compete . ,^,..,-a '" tne event, scheduled to begin l.nmesa 2: at St30 a.m. The anialcur cyclists will be Area Track Results U1 RELAY—1. r.roshyton (DnnaM [ H.inman. Kress. MO—1. Dipiuls Pncf K °° ri - |nh of keeping its lickrt."~ turn?, Rnnalrt Wilrv. Billy Terrell. j;oh-' Pobt. 1.S.S; 2. Maria Favor, oiion. :.i.a;\[irires al a reasonable level. 'uiKMon Pa ?'oS.(;-. -.' .\ nf BsVrr n \!a7-lo";!'}uhi'wn n<> <- an .vm m B. T^lfi "Ln'HaynrT And SO ' lhal h 'K advance sale IS 2 OT.S. 120 HURDLES—1. Oary Gien.vh. ! MrU'iin 7.2: 3. [mmm Nc-lvon. Tuha. piiimost. encouraging." • ... 1 --.._ . *J . . •.. vt «< . v. _. V,LI,-1V.T V^ I 4 ] l/C llfl L HJ I TJsilrl Prif^Y-^nvivr;? 1 iC e «\ raB SKTUR:' c - 0 JI^ I !8. ! n several classifica- ipanies. xXt/tfl 1>AV Fir-oiviifjphl ,-)! Sn.vrjfr-.v. X—Ilcnntes IPIsfrlol n an IPS. J-AAAA W-L IV!. IV-I. V.-l. 'l>:im Srason Histri.-l 10 l.tlW able to complete the hilly course. Senior I entrants will cover the longest distance. 59.8 miles til! laps and 2(i sleep climbs I. The shortest race on the schedule will be the Midget events- two miles and no hills. Riders in this year's event will be competing for almost $500 worth of merchandise donated by several Lubbock com- i , • . - - - . , ,, ,,-, 11- f~i i , i m .™nr i ir\ 11 ci \ 'lT^i\* / ^ttt-. '., 1 L 'i'i T i_ 'I'fl^*' 1 :base, );ll! has done a preltv darn' slRnKl , U,,, t ,vr »™_^^"Sw^ (- Ma-ion 1S.3 ino_-l. r.nhert nirsrhkc. Wall, in.l 440 I. Karlrl-i Kotliniann. Mason. SI.7. 33(1 HUnriLtS—i. Mark Fliirh-| Sliil.'.. Vr^a IIUHni.Ks -I. [innnn Nelson. Tnlia, il.i:, nda Gilmoie. Posl, J1.3; .1. Sus naihy |; ' Thn ... .raylnn. (1,5 MO—1. nnnalil Havvi.. .. , „ Croshvlon a^.Ti, MILE - 1 Krrrt Havlak. I M.ula Ka\r Pain! Rtvk, (:(O.X ,\ri!.f: RF.LAV--I.' Ma-nn. n::;:l7: 2 nnsbvlnn, :1:3[,:',, rM?- CLV- -1 Coif I^tfnsK!. Mnson. 11M: LONG .TUMP-—1. Kartnn Kothmann, .Ma- BOH l^-Pi, flf^ Rrl^>- Kstacndrt -J1 c ; .--'tinl Pul — lian Hncan .\lcinlrrp\-. .IH-nv, , rn-onl old mark li-ri^. hv Homer P:M.<:, K-J-ira. rto, ::i74i; 1(10 - rimy .\dams. Uiinhar. 10. i; Colt Vaull -- Tim Gracslon, foion- a<in. IL'.fi ircrm'il. ni'i murk of 11^1 hrlil by rharle\ dnws. nunbai 1 and David tVourl. roi-iinar!,i. ir>7-!<: 4-111 — Pan irk \\"nrttlinp. K>laraHo, r>3~. Hish .lump N'lvSr Pirhle. Coronado fi-fl irrp.-M-tl. old mark of Ti-S ^r-t hv Craii: N'ortlicnlt. Montrre>. I!t7-lc 3.",H Hunlli". Thp figures support Kuhn'p contpniion. Season ticket sales ."inm- ave II P a whopping 70 per cent i:tr>>. 2. ve^a, n-is.o: .1, Aiwi-iin Texas. Cleveland anticipates IflO.-l. M<>,ry Johnson. Canyon B,; a M ,,,,,. (lpn , j nc , Tase in SPa .;^ son's sales. !^)s Angeles, Ihe n 3-0 P.KLAY—!. Olton Donna U Golf Calendar LIST H'EKK'S BrNC'i; iroi'k 'i. Pampa ~: Ta«r I: nimifls fi. Amarilla run 1 n, Tins WKKK-S sniwi TliK>h,\\ -rnpr.H'k al at 'I'asross-:-., T > wto il -1 n-i . h[>n Hsynes McLean lit- Rillhuiy. Pint. SSO -•!. Tavla Clark 2. IxMii'.a Ronnie yalhvcl!. Kin; 1 Qlum iKm^ Kinnis ue Co\var[, ho-ina MII.K York Tf.'A.M Pa- South Plains' . Anilii'S* Hh. '(; lm >on 2fl." > Kl'"'r'aM ^ T f in -•>. Hereford 211.1. Brnwnflflil I'll.: I f*L I T ypritik- and FAoiaer S pacli. Capixifli VJiTJLl. .\.I.\A-A.\A invisio.v TO'['A(.S Pcl'iMnii 7S, El Pa>o >!.",. Tiisrosa 60, Amarillo ,W, Kl ''iimnarlK .•:'. Pair. IHiro 1:- Kl ., old mark of > K< . •.ct'h 32n - ilf) IIilr ; "i ^ i.rpcnri] nal'l W'Non. .. Mik= Kj 1» ? lump (i-fiYini. Pai-kn-. - rip-n Lauson. old mark of I 1 */" onK-r'". 157! i: l S(I . -ic\ hv Pro Cage get Tourneys Standings , n(^ mark of i(rt.'I ^.nt hv .fimnn Monlrrf:. 1171': Mil^ Relay 'rry .^..Ifll; AM* 1 A(PS Rnrtnqiir?. or^ Hirh, 1 .i7.7 (rnror^. nM mark Ml* EASTERN CUM Ulanllr Mr . . Hirh. I!<7K Tram Tnlals i Mnnlri M. Punhar tl . ~i K^lAca^ln li.'i Amnrillo Girh V.X.A-H 'ITA.M TOT.AI.-. .Ollrtn W, Po.| Abrrnfithy r>\ '["nlia and Fr:onn ,jri f^i'l- UMD and ^iii^ia: r,'_', P'lcn^hip U, Kre.s ]7. .Manm ('arhohr •. 'J'c.x'inia .">, Kstci line ^. f"lo:-ri^rla 2, AmariHo R 1. J, ir > RKI*V>' --3. OJ!on fK:m Kmni.^on Driil:'.a lltjrisr.s. .Maria V'aMil'. MtMnm r.i«nm. .W.rt. :' PO.SI. .VI <; ?. Mi-l^m; •14(1-.1. Jan'ii n. sunrav. TiflL'. : .Jfansnnf ,lrn<"-, Kr<r»lup fifi 1; n. man, Westerners Hold Sports Banquet York . Orlran. «)->TKB.V Kan-,a- rut-Omaha Piivlfjr H « i, p.-f. r,R ffi •£ i:.-< •>'' .":.' ,v« 11 "u '..Viw is .iss - 1 -.-o '-, "1$. |. \-GoMfn .~ ! l.os Mlfflf.s ; >-<' rtirlilnn Diviston •17 .15 ..i?:) -•14 ..V17 21 I'I V-',W~ «i •^ II AM S' iinn is M rig;, JR •!•! . It.,! If) SO 53 .066 18 South Plain."' Rolfprs have an. _ array of tournaments srlierliiled ' ni-'i'jivn this spring and summer. Fol-i{?|J; lowinc Ihe annual \\esl Texas. f.'ri.i <•<• chapter of the PC,A mertint; 1 ,','' 'J held in Kuhhock last week, lour- ! :'ii'-ri nameiil. chairman Carlei- Ilanvj^",""^ c . recoivrrl s floor! of requests i 't-T/" jfvnm ;M'ea professionals fori'i'! a n' n) ,i, Itonrnev rlalrs. i-i-as i in,,, ] nv ,.Arlriil ions In Ihe schedule or|-i-^ fbanijos in dales should he di-lf.ri-iimr*' reotcri lo Hum. an assistant pro! J"" 1nl> " i at Uibhofk's Country ;/}"'.»"» Clllh. : Iional The July. August and Septem her dates will he published al, a dale. APRlt. farnrll fr rto-An; Panlianrlle J.T. Hammplt Mcmonal An; 0 - -'h rr Parlnrrship !" Rut spime rr Inviiaimnal Slaton Pi'o ,\[n 7 • -- ^lalnn f 1 ai trie: -Ilir. • Ainanllo r;olf r-,m r>; p rio-Ani MAY '•laienrlon re Chamber of Oom- rp Tniii'nanirnt .N'nrlh F'aun cc ilmrn.Ts. Paitncr- T-Biii! f'| a ,,i r . Hohl>s <T Hansfoni r;o!r cluh I Snoarman i .\m Hl-rnfriltl IT' I'i,,..\ln Alulc-hw ft- snnnc Paim»r=hm ' Inirntlon Cr Pro- tni Tip.isiiro l<|a[») Pifi-Arn Tasrosa Cf Pio-Mrmhrr Pie SDIMIB rr Pro.,\m ^"(MV-l^r i'r iK'r-rrnif, riui! p ar i . W-l l:l - fi "10 '™ I'] Horseshoe Bend l>aln Canynn Sunday. '• r* David Ma.\ p er-Oake.s won the's/'p Senior J Class <:;.':.(} miles i in a time of 1::'S.=16. Tom HutchinsotVpani,,., „. ,„,„,,„..., ,lr., was second in 1 :29.1R aiul :Rore< ''' -v - ^i"nAY--T»«mva ai ... 'Jenff -Harlry third with alkmpT* " r " c ' n "' n ' Br> ' ser 1 :29.:ii; clockinc. j Clair Weber won Ihe 22.4-milci' l , Vl " 11 .Senior JI class with a l : 00.:',i; uomn'r Iflockinj. Jim Rnh Huddlcston'. f 1 '"'," 1 ^ I was second with a time ofiriprVfoa 11:00.31 and Alan Johnson was i John McCullorh won the Veterans' race C?l.\ in 1 :12.0T. George Canon was sec |ond with a 1 .-M.L'I clockint; and Jasper Hiibbcrt, third w'iih a lime of 1:31.11. In the .Senior III U1.:> miles) .6'M 1.5 JI'J 1.3 LAST WK?^i'S RKsn/IS _Monlcrcy lll-l^', Hprrfnrrl 0-0; Hf;-<<rord 2-5. rorortaclo 10-2: rotx)na<Jo 1-ri. pialn- vit^vv 0-'.': Plainvirvv 1-1, I.nbljo^V 0-0. Niontoi oy at rrj-onado-x l^i. HPI pforrl-v iL'i .1-AAAA .Wt, .1(57 isr; , r,x,,,, r Mullaml l.rr I'd. W-l. PH.! Sfn-.on Illslrlrl I class. Ml :!"> Rob Lavlon won with .- i- ' , i , , tune, followed h ' 'V- ''"''" t "" 1 '"" Tourr Brown-; ,] ac elass 'na! !0f 37 !"»-> Mem-: ond kin Cain won !.hr Women's ' (11.2 miles,) With a time : :.",7. Jan Tunner was ssv in 4:1:28 and 10-12 .435 1-5 .if-, s-i'i .r.:i:i n-n .ami K 110 inn. i: rooppr H l/'p H. [-"crmian 1:' o.losa ."> R[^ Sprins >.: Permian «. snn Anscln •Hutehinson third in ' roiine (Amar- ; ! • (,'ainf 1 ^ f'onni .ITXK H ""' i ""'' Kl11 ^ <'>'' p m - Luhbof.'k Hipli w 11 hold ilr- All-Sports Ranr[iipt. al 7 p.m. Thursday at V ; ann'.; Catei'ing. Tirkets are S3.50. Texas Terh dead fnothall coach Stpve Sloan will br tbp featured speaker. Awai-d.s for the oiiLstandiiiR lineman. 0111- standing bark and mosl. valu able player during Ihe W7'l season will he presented. Also, t.lie „,., Fighting Westerner award will, 1 ' 1 '" 1 ' he presented. Nfiv York IftV Buffalo 9S I'oillanrl L 1 ^, l» s !\!i2rtos f Ci * ' .'••rMtllp III. Phofnix M I'iMc-a^rj \\->, MiluadXcp Ion Pi.nori's r.a*t?rn C<'ntrrr-m- f N"« ^ork al H,,i,.st,in. li .1 same nPAlrrn Cnnlfirncp Iiftroil ar scanlc. m-sl lame TI Fem (iolfers Slale Meelinjr AniHrillo l'r r-i-n-Supr-rcnrtPniiJinls 1 - Hillcrrst C'' .Svvmcpr r.invi-n rr Parlnr-rshio ; 1(] ^:'" n( ''' ."^rtciy Pannfrshlp, Brown- r:ainr<: rrumlv Prr.-Am _ Knona (V pro ,\m 1-0 Saliirila.i. Apr. f, \\r\lrrn Ithlslnn I."J. san .Miiomn 111, Indiana ii>., i-n. Minrlnv, Apr. H Kiisli-iTi lljvixlnn rV 111, si ; mM KB, .\>,v i« sej'ics i.n J:<2. Ulan mr. rifnvi-r . ! fl M*v7!l>ni« Sunday's Sco record Wrslern Dh'i^jnn MonrlH.v. Apr. 7 W,'>lcni IHvlMnn Inrliana al San Anlonio. S:^5 p.m. Ulah at I'onvcr. D:.T> n ni The Treasure Island [,adips!-\m»»M>r C.olf Assneialion will hold its,'';!;-; business meeting Thursday a'l,:^'-^ '):'!(! a.m. at Ihe clubhouse, prcs-i^l ', jirlrnt Klaine .lebsen rejiorled. \'.''i~* • I The mrpliriK is open lo pro-'^-s-* Ispeclive new members. i"'--"' .\>«| - %Ia -vi"f l-e\ene i.s vice tiresi-i""^"' /tent, Lynn Perry secretary i^;-', 1 """ ls |a.nd Winnie Huds|ielh Ireasnrer !:'* iiirki Handlinf,' activities for the sea-' Af ;" ;son are Jeanne Maul and Slier-'~~~ !ry Osborne and Jo Riehlor and (Joanne Stahl will fi s ure handi leaps. HiMcrrst .\[»ir< _ R "" 1 <V<-n,nn, p.M Texas. rnlnrarin c'tiv rr F'aUnn ,i,in AIIPI nalir- rr Pnnn^i ^m, llTi-foni rr Paiipcrfhiri •win ('<• Pro Am i-tro ronnr> rr 1*10 Am Junior rjjtlv 1 , RrrjMi7^irM rr fiaiur< rrnlnr^• Oiirit llunvli-v Hill, 'rr (rnnj'"', F ., r1 . I Tournament Set For Fem Cajjers ™ HALF: CKNTER fSpcniaii— An invitalianal Little Dribblers basketball tournament for girls is now brine prepared, and j teams are now being accepted. The tfiuriiamenl will be bold here May 15-17, with divisions for two a^e groups, <j-l() and 11-12 year-olds. Coaches interested in cnmjiot- ing can contact Kugone Carter, Rnx ."i'12, )|;ile Center or by (SOfi) S.'W-2(if)1. '-': Ki-lor f.- .1^' spniu' ^: OMIPPI' i, Bjjj sprina :': wrxsfl 6. Aliilene 1; Permian (, rooprri Tills It'EKICS KCIIKItl I.K 11 ..I-'.si ^\^ tViopr^i- at AtiiIpnr-\-. .^n n^'n'ii al n^' Sjn'ini'-v. O/JCNsfl «t Per- ( mian-x, Mirllanil l.oi> at Mi<l!anri~\ SAT- i Ur.DAY Permian »l Mirl)anri-.v. .Midland: 1-fc al Odos,-a-\_. rr>opf>r nt .San AnatlO-x Bit; Sitrinj at Abilpnp-v v— MfmlPi IHitri W. . Pittman, Director... . . . personally invites you to join the West Texas Savings team. 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