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Progress Deer Park (Newspaper) - March 13, 1975, Deer Park, Texas A age 12 the Deer Park Progress thursday March is till birth first in four Ball tourney for Deer j Mcguyer a or. And mrs. Tom Mcguyer is. Kaufman announce the the of their daughter Tanya acc Helle born Jan. To 1975. Be weighed six pounds and is 19 inches Long. Grandparents Are or. And mrs Jessie Smiith 817 Peggy and or and a Lars. Paul t. Mcguyer hous Deer Park won their first baseball tournament in Over four years at the Bellaire tournament March 7 and 8. The first game played against Westbury resulted in a 2-0 win for the Deer. Robi Willis scored from third in the fifth inning on an error by the Pitcher. Mike Bounds turned in the Best defensive play going deep to his right to Stop a grounder and then forcing a run out at third to end the Only Westbury run. Web Linberger 5 pos. 3 pm. Pol. Adv. A Georgic Linberger Campaign mgr the second Deer Victory came with a 5-1 game against Sharpstown. Hie Deer scored first in the police report two burglaries Deer Park police reported two burglaries within the last week. David Winder 129 e. Sixth reported that someone had broken into his Auto and stolen a Blue steel Browning .32 automatic pistol on March 9. A 1971 Honda mini Trail 50 was stolen from 7201 Spencer on March to. Second inning when Norman Walker walked and went to third on a perfect hit and run by David Biehl. Walker scored when the right fielder batted the Ball. Sharpstown tied the score in the fourth on . And two singles. Walkers second hit of the game by to Norman Walker a sacrifice bunt by David Biehl. Kenny Dickey was intentionally walked to Load the bases. Robi Willis Laid Down a perfect squeeze bunt to score Walker from third. Allan Wallace followed with another squeeze bunt to score Norman Walker with Wallace Safe at first. Mike Bounds tried the squeeze for the third time and was also successful. Tommy Knox drove in the final run with a Long Fly to Center Field. The final win and championship came in an 8-1 win Over Bellaire. Norman Walker scored the first run in the second inning and stole second. He later scored on a fielder s Choice by Robi Willis. Bellaire tied the game in the third on three singles. The Deer went ahead to stay in the fourth. David Biehl walked went to third on a single by Robi Willis and scored on a wild pitch by the Bellaire Pitcher. In the fifth the Deer bats came alive with five runs on five hits. Pat Cook doubled Home two runs and later scored on a double by Mike Bounds. Bounds led the Deer at the plate getting six hits on la trips to the plate. The Deer pitchers gave up Only two runs in 21 innings and Only to hits for the tournament. This brings the season record to 6-0. The Deere a next action will be at the Beaumont tournament. Deer Park will open up with Lufkin at to . Friday at the South Park Ball Field. I we done to care How you get Here just done to miss our fantastic clearance Sale final week to take advantage of these fantastic savings every item in our store reduced 10% to 50% off on most items Van Deventer furniture 906 w. Main pm. 471-4444 Laporte Texas t Deer tourney successful the varsity Tennis team held their tournament under the new direction of the new Tennis coach Robert Dunivan. In a a a division Sophomore Billy Stansky lost a hard fought second round to Mike Taw of Clear Creek 6-1, 6-2. Juniors Neason and Johny Payne number four seeds get around easy a the a Bye first round 6-3, 6-2 we. Over Clear Creek a 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 win Over Rayburn which put diem into the semifinals in which they lost to the number two seed Morfitt Flournay 6-3, 6-2. Senior Carla Bullock number three seed started off successfully with a Bye 6-0, 6-1 win Over Lancaster a 6-1, 6-0 win Over Clear Lake. However she lost to Jan Gay of Brazos Wood 6-0, 6-0. Senior Kathy Sandel and Junior Laurie Velazquez had a 6-4,6-2 win Over Boling a 6-4,6 1 win Over Baytown Lee and lost to Clear Creek 6-0, 6-1. In a a by division Sophomore Billy Holland won 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 Over Boling and lost 6-3, 6-0 to Rayburn number four seed. Bobby Wilkins won 6-0,6-2 Over Tomball 6-1,6-3 Over la Porte 6-0,6-0 Over South Houston and lost to Robbie Carroll of Bra Oswood 6-7, 6-1, 6-3. Sophomores Kim Klecka and Mark Bingham lost their first round to Bra Oswood 6-3, 62. Number three seeds Wade Haase and Mike wheat won their two matches by default then 62,62 win Over Baytown Lee 7-6, 6-0 Over St. Thomas and lost in the finals to the number one seeds Clear Lake 4-6, 62, 63. Sophomore Donna Baty won 63, 63 Over Smiley 6-0, 61 Over Baytown Lee and lost to Lamar consolidated 61, 6-0. Sophomore Cheryl Turnipseed and Peggy Velazquez won 62, 63 Over Smiley 7-5, 6-4 Over Dobie and lost to Clear Lake 6 1,6-0. Sophomore Susan Powell and freshman Donna Caffey won by a Bye 62, 61 Over South Houston 6-4, 7-5 Over la Porte and lost to Bra Oswood 6 1,62. In a a cd division which consisted of freshman Roy Tucker won 61,61 and lost to number three seed Dennis Cox 6-4, 7-6. Brand Graves won 61, 6-0 Over Tomball 62 Over Dobie and lost to the number two seed Daniel Choen 6-0, 6-0. Risinger Vansickle won 6-3, 6-0 Over la Porte and lost to Baytown Lee 6-4, 6-4. Number two seeds Gates Pierce won 6 2, 61 then 62, 62 Over Pasadena 61,62 Over Clear Creek and lost to the number one seeds in the finals 63, 63. Susan Riehl won 6-0, 63 Over Crosby and lost to la Porte 6-0, 63. Ellis Thiessen won 6-4, 63 Over Channelview and lost 62, 62 to Bra Oswood. Byerly Cro Het won 63, 7-5 Over Tomball and lost to Forest Park 6-0,61. Wilkins takes trophy at Rose Rich tourney Hie tvs Tennis team placed second at the Rose Rich Tennis tournament on March 7 and 8. Junior Bobby Wilkins fought hard matches losing Only one to take the trophy. After taking a Bye first round Wilkins was ready to play when he met Conroe a opponent and won 6-4, 60. In the Quarter finals Wilkins cruised on to beat James ban Field of Lamar 63,61. Next he faced Cohen of Clear Lake in the Semi finals in which he won 2-6, 7-6, 63. Tater in the tournament Wilkins met Robbie Carroll of Braz sport the number one seed in the finals. This was the number one seed against the number two seed. Carroll won 7-5, 63. Wilkins displayed his Best this year. Others attending the tournament were Billy Stransky who lost second round to Guy Lipe of Conroe in a Well played match 6-3, 7-5. Bob Neason and Johnny Payne won their first round Over Bryan 6-4,7-6, then lost to Lamar s team 6-4, 60. Carla Bullock won first round 61, 62 Over Conroe and lost to the number two seed from Bay City 61,7-6. Kathy Sandel and Donna Baty won Over Dulles 63,3-6,6 3 and lost to the number three seed from Bra Oswood 61,61. Wade Haase and Mike wheat Frew a Bye first then turned around and beat Bay City 62, 6-3 before being Defeated by Bryan 6-3, 67, 6-3. Peggy Valazquez lost first round to Lamar consolidated 61, 66. Susan Powell and Donna Caffey won their first round Over Brenham 64, 62, won second round 60, 61, Over Wharton and lost in the semifinals to Spring Branch 61,7-6. In team totals the Deer finished sixth with an Overall score of thirteen Points. Deer ettes wrap up round one correction an error was made in the City Council Story of last weeks Progress. Councilman Bill Mcdonald was quoted As saying he favored a $3 fee for garage Sale permits. Hie sentence should have read that Mcdonald favored the $2 garage Sale permit with persons posting signs paying the $1 for a sign permit and the $25 Deposit for signs. A hmm a in 4918 Luella Deer Park. 479-3201 479-3848 i Farmers i 4 insurances 4 group is. The great. With cd Holder some great catches of Crappie Are being made right now on our Texas lakes As these fish move into shallow water to a lot of these fish Are being caught with artificial lures. And a lot More would be caught with artificial if More fishermen would use them. A but there Are still Many fishermen on our lakes who use nothing but shiners for bait. They have never Learned the tricks of taking Crappie with jigs or Small spinner lures. Hieye re missing some fun. They May also be missing some great fishing because artificial offer certain advantages Over the real to get me wrong. In a not trying to Knock the bait Camps out of any business. Shiners Are great bait. And in some places such As in very Muddy water they re just about the Only in a saying about artificial is that in some ways they re better than shiners. How simple. They allow the Fisherman to cover much More water in less time than he could with shiners. He can drop a Jig into a Brush top and ease it Back out quickly easily when he s searching for Crappie. Getting a Shiner into that same Brush top can be a Challenge All its own. Shiners seem to have a natural Affinity for tree limbs. And they love to Circle limbs taking Hooks and lines with them. But jigs done to swim. Unless the Man at the dry end of the Rod wants them to swim. Small spinner lures such As the Beetle spin offer a similar advantage. Hiey can be cast and retrieved in fairly open areas and allow the Fisherman to cover a lot of country As he searches for those Spring spawning Sites where Crappie congregate. Why is moving and searching so important its really the most important thing about Crappie fishing or any other fishing for that matter. Its a Basic truth that if you can to find pm you can to catch Mem. So finding Mem Cones first. Of course saying jigs and Small spinner lures take Crappie is easy. But learning How to do it is something else. Here Are some tips that might help. Get the right tackle. Stay Light. Six or eight Pound test monofilament line is just right. For jigs use a Fly Rod. Just spool the Mono on a reel. Done to use a Fly line its too difficult to a a feel the soft touch of a Crappie on a heavy line. A Light action spinning reel can also be used. For the Small spinner lures use a Light action spinning reel. A Fly Rod will work but it also will work the Fisherman casting and retrieving too much. A great Way to learn How to a a feel Crappie taking jigs is to cheat and find them first with the old reliable method of shiners. Hien once the fish Are striking Good and the exact depth and location is known switch to artificial. Its far easier to learn and gain Confidence when a Fisherman is getting strikes. Then when he has mastered the a touch a he can use artificial to search for Crappie. Using the Small spinner lures is much easier. Its simply a Case of casting and retrieving. The Only trick to it is in letting the lure sink to the right depth. The average Fisherman is prone to retrieve the lure too shallow. The Best colors to use Are As a general Rule White or yellow. Pink also is a Good producer at times. Stick with the lighter end of the spectrum for Best results. When fishing a Jig keep in mind that it Isnit necessary to move it around a lot. A a swim it slowly. Very slowly. Move it up and Down very slowly. It has an action of its own even when moved at a snails Pace. Tast but not least done to give up. Learning to use these lures for Crappie fishing is More than Worth the time and Effort. Once you be done it you la know Why. Hie Deer Park Deer ettes ended the first round of District volleyball with a sweep against to Porte. The varsity Deer ettes relied upon the excellent setting of Leslie Taylor and Patti Edmondson. Deeretta spiders Are Laura Baggett Ricia Northam Becky Buras and Sharon Haase. Other Deeretta spiders Are Susie Hovendick Janet Williams and Debbie Sapaugh. Hie Junior varsity Deer ettes closed the first round with a record of two wins and five losses. Hiey Defeated Pasadena and to Porte by utilizing the talents of setters Usa Davidson and Janet Tabb. Spiders for the Jvn a Are Elsa Hernandez Mary Black Kristi Lewis Barbara Van Rheen Sara Kahla Kristi Lamell Dana Ramsey and freshmen Tina Gordon and Terri Sim Kins. The freshman Deer ettes got off to a slow Start in District play. Their Only win in the first round was against la Porte. Spiders Bonny Mabry and Theresa Stanley displayed Fine serving Talent. Setters for the freshmen Are Cindy Howell Debbie Goodman Pam Wise Anna Ritter and Brenda Barnes. Spiders for the freshmen Deer ettes Are Sheila Holmes Donna Roberts Mimi to Grove Beverly Hatfield Jennifer Morganroth and Diane Prochazka. Managers for the Deer ettes Are Nancy Oakes Debbie Easton and Dianne Evans. Hie varsity and Jav Deer ettes Are coached by miss Paulette Tallier. Mrs. Sonja Corbet coaches the freshmen. Davis insurance Agency Davis Hope Kilpatrick 21% dmm of arts fancies 15% Deata Raiot fire life commercial of Kef amp us specials Good thru mar. 14,1975 Good heavy beef round steaks.&.?�?� pan sausage 1.98� Chuck . .79 Chuck 69 Good heavy beef sirloin Steak. Tbone Law fresh ground . 79 ground . La patties extra lean ground round pit cooked by a daily Horm to sliced slab bacon�?Tll9 101b. Box lean ground Chuck patties 12" la la. Box >9" Cha Coaling Steak 1? Daniels meat mkt. Us of top than tag available 1242 Center Street Deer Park 479-2911

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