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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A Herald-Ze/fi/ny New Braunfels Texas Jackson should spread the blame Wednesday May 6 1987 Briefly By HAL BOCK AP Sports Writer The Rev Jesse Jackson paid his monthly visit to Commissioner Peter Ueberroth on Tuesday checking up on baseball s progress in the hiring of minorities Predictably, the checkup didn't take long One month after longtime Los Angeles Dodger official Al Campanis suggester! on national television that blacks may lack some of the necessities” to advance beyond the level of player in baseball, their status remains distinctly quo in other sectors of the game Kxcept for Campanis forced exit •from the Dodgers a- the* price for the •embarrassment his untoward •remarks caused nett much has changed in baseball So Jackson decided it would tx* appropriate to have another fireside chat with Ueberroth, who has pledged that minority hiring would be of top priority in his administration - The nature of baseball is such that changes don’t occ ur overnight or ^vermouth, either lf took the sport '••.tjetter than a half century to figure out a way to get a black man onto the Afield in the first place And then that monumental change occurred only •because of the courage* of a few men .•like Branch Rickey and Happy •Chandler, not from any sudden ■industry wide attack of conscience In that context, one month is not a very bing time In that context one year is not a very long time ✓ A year would seem a more ap 'jrropriate period in which Jackson should expect to see changes If a year from now. there are no blacks ,-filling the managerial openings that ^invariably develop in the course of a ^baseball season, and there are no ^jiiore black front office people then .^Jackson shouldn’t just tie chatting ^amiably with Ueberroth Ile ought to xjiave a full fledged protest going on Outside the commissioner's office ,*v Baseball has taken the brunt of at petition and abuse on the racial issue ^because Ueberroth thought, cjuite properly, that it would be a good idea to commemorate the tutti anniver x Special unit investigates UTE P death ' KL FASO* AR) New information ^connected with the death of Dniversi ty of Texas Kl Paso basketball star Jlernell “Jeep” Jackson has sparked <en investigation by a special team of -the police department, the chief of '$01 ice says I Jackson, 2d, a first team All '.Western Athletic < onference player, died Saturday during <1 charity basketball game A preliminary autopsy Sunday was inconclusive ‘‘There is an investigation on.” Kl Paso police Chief John Scagno said Tuesday The probe by the police Special In vestigative Group, or SIG tiegan Monday “because of information the department received concerning the situation." Scagno said SIG includes officers from in telligence. vice, narcotics and other specialized units of the police depart ment Scagno said he did not know when the investigation would con dude Jackson had joined Houston (Tilers football players for a game Saturday afternoon at the Fort Bliss military reservation on the outskirts of Kl Paso He had been playing for five minutes in the second half. sat on the bench and collapsed shotly before J p m Jackson was declared dead at Beaumont Army Medical Center at 4 .09 p rn ; “The possibility that narcotics was Involved is one reason” that the •’Special Investigations detectives ^tyere assigned to the cast* said Ut ltd R Grijalva, police public mforma-r Hon officer But “there are other Zreasons " It A preliminary autopsy did not £ reveal what caused Jackson s death it There were “no visible signs of § damage to the heart that could be seen with the naked eye." said a1 Manuel Diaz, chief investigator for ^the Kl Paso County medical examinees office £ Diaz, UTKP officials and C Jackson’s father. Mason Jackson of ^Carson, Calif., have said the young £ man was in perfect health A C memorial service was held at the t Special Kvents Center on the univer fc-eity campus Tuesday Jackson’s £ body was to have been flown later to £ California for burial there J District Attorney Steve Simmons ^did not return a call from The £ Associated Press SOCCER CAMP CHILDREN 8 ANDOLDER One of the best soccer skills development programs in the US will be conducted at •Ii sary of Jackie Robinson's arrival in the major leagues. He probably never anticipated the backlash fuel ed by Campanis' remarks, which focused attention on the absence of blacks in non playing positions That brought Jackson to his doorstep Yet the National Football League, with a black player population that is now well over .to percent of active rosters, has no black head coaches, few assistants and fewer front office personnel And no protests You keep hearing that Pittsburgh Steeler assistant Tony Dungy is highly regarded and will be the first black head coach in the NFL Yet when Tampa Bay needed a new coach after last season it retrieved Ray Perkins from the college ranks And when Atlanta was turned down by three or four candidates it recycled Marion Campbell, who had previously been fired from the same job When Kansas City decided it needed a change, it promoted special teams assistant Frank Gans/ Dungy continues to wait Colleges, too. have been slow to place minorities in meaningful ad ministrative posts According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, of 105 NCAA I A schools, only two Arizona State, with Charles Harris, and Eastern Michigan, with Gene Smith have black athletic direc tors There are only three black head football coaches at the I A level Francis Peav at Northwestern Wayne Nunnely at Nevada Las Vegas and Cleve Bryant at Ohio University Of the nine major con ferences, there are no black commis sinners and only two black assistant or associate commissioners This is troubling data and suggests that the problem runs much deeper than just baseball So. although Ueberroth most likely welcomed chatting again with Jackson, whose frequent visits .ire making him a familiar figure around the commissioner s office the thought occurs that the reverend's schedule of meetings should include some other sports Jackson must think so too He was scheduled to see Pete Rozelle today s#co,vo    HEB    Fields june    79    July 3 Thud CAM tm 1“    „    _ 1 n    _ _    _ J Hit r bn,ii to rn*' n<    9 <01__12    QQQQ to T Featuring: Bill Charlton For Information/Registration PALESTRA 353 1417 USA Rick Louie*" Olympic Pool now open daily The Parks and Recreation Department would like to remind everyone that the Olympic Pool is now open daily from noon until 7pm The spring-fed pool will be open daily beginning May 18 Guttery wins Demerit tourney i dna Guttery scored a four to take first place in the A flight of the Panda Ladies Golf Association's Demerit Tournament on April 29 M irv Mabry was second at five In the B flight. Jeannette Dilly was first at three and Jan Schrader se cond at ll Phyllis Yea/el won the C flight at nine with Justina Kerulis taking second with a IO. Birds were made by Dilly, Rose Tuseth Carter Casteel, Madalin Billot and Jean Kelly Chip ins were made by Sylvia Halgreen, Dilly. Mary ii arbor th (a st eel. Mickey Glover and Billot Better ball tourney won with a score of 117 The team of R Cedillo F Chapa, G Lancaster and H Harborth shot a 117 to take first place Saturday in the New Braunfels Golf Association's four man team better ball tourna ment Three teams tied for second at 119 the team of A Dale J Rice, J Lawrence and F Skelton, the team of R ( astro I) McPherson. D Sullivan and B Kleifoth and the team of R Scheel C Dilly, W Chady and I. Hartzell R Cedillo had the low score in the A flight with a 65 ( Dilly had the low B flight score of 84. the same low score in the ( flight made by G Pan caster J Lea had the low I) flight score of 65 T he low gross score of 7<i was shot by both A Dale and R Cedillo CMS 8th grade girls third at district meet Canyon Middle School’s eighth 625-8041 R&H STORES Big Warehouse Store To Serve You 330 Landa Street Super store With Super Buys We Reserve Limit Rights Super Specials Thurs. thru Wed. May 13 In Case ol Print Error Store Prices Prevail Since 1946 STRAIGHT WHISKEY I 75 It Jack Daniel Gr 80    16 99 I 75 Lf Makers Mark 90    21 99 1.75 Lf Ancient Age 80°    12 99 1.75 Lf. Ezra Brooks 90°    15 99 I 75 Ll Walkers Deluxe 80    ____12 99 I 75 Lt Jim Beam 80    12 99 I 75 Lt J W Davit 100}............. 16 99 VODKA GIN & TEQUILA 1.75 Lt. Regal Vodka 80°............. 7    99 1.75 Lt.Skol Vodka 80°.......... 7    99 1.75 Lf. Smirnoff Vodka 80 ....... 12 99 I 75 Lf. 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Daflin Rosser and Sutherland Earning sixth-place finishes were Daffin in the high jump and Ray Bun dick in the discus Three Parks Run set for June 13 The New Braunfels Running Club will host the Three Parks 5,000-meter Run in Landa Park on June LL This is a “fun” run and local jog gers, runners, and yes, even "trudgers” are encouraged to par ticipate Anyone interested rn information regarding the run may call Ray or Beverly Koehn at 6294)290 or Keith Maxwell at 625-9774 Optimist Club sets annual bass tourney The Canyon Lake Optimist Club is sponsoring its second annual Open Team Bass tournament on Saturday A $1000 grand prize is being offered to the winner, with a second-place prize of $5oo and a third-place prize of $25o The entry fee is $50 per team Proceeds from the event will go to the Optimist Club Scholarship Lund Participants may register by mail to the Canyon Lake Optimist Club P O Box 1463, Canyon Lake, TX 76130 before Saturday The late entries may register in person at the Canyon Lake Tackle Shop in StartzviUe until ii) p rn May 9 or before 6 HO .i rn on the day of the tournament Late registration fee' is $60 Co ed v ball tourney scheduled in June A coed volleyball tournament for A B and < division teams will be part of the activities at Our Lady oi Perpetual Help Church's Summer Festival ibis double-elimination tournament will take place on .lune 13-14 Registration deadline is June 5 'or more information call Robert Rodriquez at 625-7:100 or 629 3379. 0"‘ > ’o% I lave the body you’ve always wantec I. 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