The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 13, 1971 · Page 52
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CORPUS CHRIST! TIMES, Fri., Aug. 13, T97T 3-F Angels Gripe Again LOS ANGELES ffll -- Two California Angels .catchers, Jerry Moses and Jeff Torborg, criticized the club's management Thursday and asked to be traded. In separate interviews Avith the-Los. Angeles Times while tie team was in New York to play the Yankees, Torborg said he has "no respect for the Angels uniform" and Moses called the team "poorly run from top to bottom." Manager Lefty Phillips, already plagued this season with the Alex Johnson and Tony Conigliaro cases, responded: "We're not exactly talking about Gabby Hastnett and Elston Howard. All of this is riot worth commenting on." Moses, 25, \yho came to the Angels from Boston along with Conigliaro last winter, called Angels' G e n e r a l Manager Dick Walsh "a detriment to baseball." He said Phillips is "unsure of his actions and disorganized." "I simply want to be traded," Moses said. "There's a lot more wrong with this club than the Johnson and Conigliaro cases. It's poorly run from top to bottom. "Lefty Phillips tears down a players's confidence rather than building it up. He is un- .sure of -his actions and disorganized. NavarroGets Decision Win LOS ANGELES (AP) Ruben Navarre, 132%, Los Angeles, despite bad cuts above both eyes, scored a unanimous 10-round decision over Tony Jumao-as, 131%, The Philippines, Thursday night at Olympic Auditorium. Navarro, whose record improved to 264-2, outboxed his Cebu City opponent to gain a big lead in the early rounds. In a companion scheduled 10-rounder, Thurman Duren, 149%, Los Angeles, stopped u n b e a t e n Roy Barrientes, 148%, Fort Worth, at 1:57 of tJie seventh round. "The leadership just isn't there and it starts at the ,top," Moses said. "Walsh is a detriment to baseball. He has no appreciation of players' needs or feelings." Moses, who said he would like to play,the Yankees, is batting .238 while sharing catching duties with" John Stephenson. Torborg, 29, has missed much of the season with a broken finger. He came to the Angels last spring 1 on waivers from the, Los 'Angeles Dodgers, where he had complained of being a reserve catcher. "I feel like I'm still on the disabled list," said Torborg, who now says he wants to be No. 2 cather for the Yankees or Mets. "Even when I wasn't playing with the Dodgers, I never felt as low as I do now. The Dodgers, at least, were in pennant races and I could understand not playing. "I've had it in California. I just want to get back to New York . . . with the Yankees or the Mets. "The front office here dees what has to be done and that's it. On Ms club I can't even respect the uniform I am wearing," Torborg said. TWI4DISC »BTI«NTOI SflVtCE * MtTS TORQUE CONVERTERS, MARINE GEARS, REDUCTION GEARS, CLUTCHES, POWER TAKE-OFFS APfLIC AltOH CONSULTANTS TROPICAL SUPPLY me. STFOIT AVi. PHONI 882-7605 NtTE 937-3496 24 NEW TOWN HOUSES Now Selling In ROCKPORT, TEXAS FEATURING · 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS · SWIMMING POOL « ALL MARBLE TUBS AND VANITIES · LIGHTED FOUNTAIN NO SCHOOL BUSING PROBLEMS HARPER REAL ESTATE CO. f .0. BOX 758 KOtKHHTf TiXftS, 78382 - Mil 729-5461 W 729-6664 IPFAU TIREWAREHOUS j AUSTIN * CORPUS CHRISTI · SAN ANTONIO [538 Everhorl 853-2591 1301 S, Staples 884-3283 SETSJOF FOUR--WHITE--GUARANTEED WHITE POLYESTER FIBERGLASS LETTERS F-G 70 XU-F60 X15-G 70x15 + 11.36 TAX F78xl4.15 + $ 10.48 Tax 6 PLY TRUCK 4 PLY NYLON [700x13 ·700x14 670-700 x 15 + J1.48TAX 775xU 15 650 700x13 560x15 ·f S8.64 Tax FIBER GLASS-BELTED G-7Sxl5 4- 11.08 Tax H-78xl5 + 11.08 Tax -INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT- OP OUNLOP QUALITY COSTS NO MORE «· DUNLOP UUftLITY (T Winners of $50 wardrobe awarded during our Back to School Style Shows are: Barbara Tumlinson, Gene Grafton, Howard Richey, J. R. Keeling, Mary Beecroft, Joe Solis. v\ I \ J "\V \ 0 GddenVee \ \ , X , N TUNE IN GOLDEN VEE SHIRTS Young men choose Golden Vee long sleeved shirts for back to school because of the sharp way they look...with fashion-right long point collars, triple-button cuffs, button-thru pockets...in blue, black, burgundy, or brown Endura-press® polyester cotton, sizes S,M,L, $7.50. TNT Shop, Fourth Floor Downtown and Parkdale Plaza LEAD THE CAMPUS LIFE IN "MUSTANG" DOUBLE KNIT FLARES lichtenstein's has the double knit stacks styled especially for young men by Haggar...with the lean, smooth fit, flare bottoms, wide belt loops that spell op to the minute fashion today...in olive, black, navy, or brown polyester double knit, the washable, wrinkle shedding fabric of today. Sizes 28-36, $17.- The Man's Shop, First Floor Downtown and Parkdale P[aza GET TOGETHER WITH WINTHROP SHOES Catch the campus action this fail in our newest from Winthrop.Jike the bright, bold styles sketched here: A. in red-white-blue, $19; B. in dark brown with butternut, $22. Men's Shoes, First Floor Downtown and Parkdale Plaza WMXJTHRPP. SHOES HAGGRR $19 $22

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