They sweated a while, then left. But the day was not all a loss for Trevino, despite the sign and the fact that he failed to win the Amana tournament for the first time in three years ( Bert Yancey fired a course record of 63 to Lee's 74). Although Trevino did not win the $2,500 prize, he did pick up appearance money. Some of this went to his son Rick, who is eight and a Little Leaguer.
"They're buying a new field," Trevino explained, "and at first he wanted me to buy the whole 40 acres. They had been peddling candy to buy this field, so I promised him I would send $500 and told him, 'Send me the candy, I'll peddle it myself.' "