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0 ,I MANY ENTRANTS-The Jamboree jaunt had many entrants from around the state as they got their race started Saturday morning. When it was all said and done, Eugene Moore of Longview tin lower-left corner of picture) was the overall winner, traversing the 10,000 kilometer course in 31:35.0. (Staff photo by Bruce i)avis) By BOB RUNYON winner in 39:15.0, while Bill Robinson The Black-Eyed Pea Jamboree was second and Camp Clemmons was featured several sporting events this third. H. Brown was the 40-49 winner, weekend and many participants from with J. Nyfeler placing second and John around the nation entered in the races. Pritchett was third. Longview's Eugene Moore won hisIn the 50-59 Division, Will Samples second consecutive Jamboree Jaunt won his thrid consecutive title in when he crossed the finish line in 40:10.0, while Jerry McQuiddy was 31:35.0, while John Reoch, Sydney second and Francis Disiere was third. Ludvigson, Greg Kagay and Rick In the 60-plus Division, Charles Bensyl were big winners in the Jam- Oglvie was first in 41.44, while Nick boree Criterium Bike Race. Jiminez was second and Bob Schiller Jamboree Jaunt was third. Moore was the overall winner in the Joe White, of Athens, placed fourth in Mens' Division, while Wanda Nixon that race with a 49.53. was the best in the Womens' Division Bike Races witha42:41.0 More than 110 participants from In the Boys 12 and Under Division, Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Iowa, Scott Foster took a first place with a Arkansas and Pennsylvania were 57:53.0, while Titus Roden was second entered in the competition. and Brett Kennedy placed third. In the Baker Hart, one of four local riders, 13-16 Division, Brian Hobart crossed placed fourth in the Junior Category the line in 34: 58.0, while Chris Boyd was race, while Kenneth Rhodes was 10th in second and Nathan Roden was third, the Senior Race out of a field of 28 In the 17-19 Division, Damon Martin riders. Dennie Winslow was leading the traversed the course in 32:53.0, while main field of riders, but a fall caused Gerald Tucker was second and Charles him to leave the race. Myrick was third. Ricky Hammontree The rest of the Bike Club members was best in the 20-24 Division with a were either injured or were helping in 33.06, while Marc Dick and Davis were the organization of the races. second andthird. In the Veterans Category, John In the 25-29 Division, Rick Axelrod Ranch of Dallas travelled the 18-mile finished at 34:25.0, while B. Brasch was course in winning time, while John second and G. Beam was third. Ken Perkins of Austin was second and Larry Holley, of Athens, placed third in the 30- Everman of Roanoke was third. 34 Division with a 38:52.0, while Mark Ludvigson, of Fort Worth, was the Neuar was second and David Collier Womens Category winner, while won the race with a 35:42.0. Jackelene Sutton of Austin was second Mike Simpson was the 35-39 Division and Lisa Engel of Austin was third. Dallas' Greg Kagay Intermediate Category, Wolfe of Lewisville Peter Dodd of Rick Bensyl of Dallas Category, while Stephenson was Steven Ward was third. was fourth. In the Senior IV race San Antonio was first, Martin of Oklahoma Cit~ and Dale Bastean of third. Rhodes, In the 27-mile Senior three Austin riders Schneider was first, Person and Robert In the tourist races, Danny Williams and the 6-8 Division winners, Ryan was the girls that category. Mike Mayberry were also winners, Amy Wyrick, Gary Kjellquist, Tyler Priscilla Wallace ISLE Prince Edward Island, St. Lawrence is province, only 40 miles wide. of paved roac Canadian island is more than 10 sea. The first radio braodcast was presented ton Dec. 24, 1906 from the 420-foot high radio mast of the National Electric Signalling Co.'s radio station at Brant Rock, Mass. r II II I iiilil iill For All Your Needs co, 675-5771 Athens 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week II We 312 Underwood Street Athens, Texas install and service complete gas systems * Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * J Gridders asked to pick up sh()es for season All prospective high school football players should pick up their shoes for the upcoming grid season on Wed- nesday, August 5, new Tiger Coach Dale Norris announced today. According to Norris, players classified as seniors and juniors should come by the field house in the morning hours and sophomores and freshman should drop by in the afternoon. Although Norris has asked the players to observe th~ established times, he did add that shoes would be issued at the players convenience. The Tigers are scheduled to begin two-a-day workouts on Monday, August 10. Norris speculated that practice sessions "would more than likely be held at 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. The Tigers' season opener is set for Friday, Sep- tember 4 against Kerens at Tiger Stadium. ('ROSS ROADS S[,UGGERS-Members of the Cross Roads Sluggers, sponsored by Shook Construction row, left to right) coach Sandra Bevel, coach Shari Piper, Tami Riley, Robin Avant, Louise Horn( Verna Shook. (Middle row, left to right) Robin Chandler, Sandy Shook, Dana ltughes, Tonya Tally, batgirl Diana Redden. (Bottom row, left to right) Lari Wilkins, Audrey Davis, Melissa Thomas, Melissa Creech. Not pictured are Lanna Ilarton and Hilda Itughes. 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