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4-D Corpus Christ! CALLER-TIMES. Sun.. Aug. 12, 1951 Senator Says Boxing Probe Is Necessary WASHINGTON. Aiifj. 11. (API -- ' r ,»r/rf with professional sports Senator Cain iR-VVash) said today .·». -There is HPPC! for a national a. congressional investigation of, authority to control and supervise boxing "is certam to hit pay dirt.". S U ch sports." "It appears that the Intension- j Earlier Representative Clement; al Boxing Club is a closed society : CD-NY) had proposed that a r,pp- that has what amounts to a monop.: ml five-member House commi*- oly of some 90 percent of ITS'bTJx-vteirW'PWCfifisTiecl to riiaKiTa "siml- «rs in the country." the Washing-liar inquiry: ton senator told a reporter. "Senator \\Vlker and I will study At the same time Cain said he ( h o! 1hps « over l h f weekend and Senator Wclker (R-Idahoi i a n r ! w '-' ma - v rtftclde to st'PP°rt may. support two other proposals; them." Cain said. for" congressional investigations of: " n explained that he and Wfilkcr professional boxing and wrestling! d ( c i d e f j to !onk i n t o Professional rather than introduce a third iboxinc because of i n a b i l i t y of Har- nieasure of their own. !'T Matthews, a Seat'le. Wash.. "Wo don'1 rsre who n.ahns !he ;!'.^t-hcavywiphl boxrr to pet a Investigation lust so on is m a d e " 1 r 0 1 1 r a c t Wllh l °P notch ^ of the senator said. .Msmuison Propwal Yesterday, af'er Ca.n and Welk-;, o n .,. t j n , e PT announced they would ask a ; \ V f ! k c v Senate investigation of hoxinsr.ij!,,!,^^ Sllrpr | RP , Senator Mapiuson ID-Wash) h^v .. The JBC allowpr , I r i s h them to the draw by int.rortiicm;: a Mllrp ,,,, , 0 f ,,, ht M ? l t t h ( n v H because resolution calling: for such a probe ; t h p y 'thou-ht , h( , uiid-.winrjnc; of both box ins and wrost'nn-. | Murphy was. a nnch," Cain said Magmison would h q v c the S f n n t e : "Iir^tead, M a t t h e w s t:ed him in Commerce Committee uivestigateiknots and boat him badly." to deternime whether: j Even so, Cain said Murphy, not 1 3. Restrictive contracts or other]. Matthews, now hna been Riven n j methods are ·"nbstruetins normal j c i m n c e to fight. for the !ipH-herivv- NOKEN INJURED -- Irv Noren, Washington Senators outfielder, is out cold near sec- competition in sarh sports, or pre-j weight championship against Joey ond base at Boston yesterday after being hit by a thrown ball on an attempted steal . !^ 1 r . 01 ! 1 . |ms v-.pht i Cam said that Matthews, a for n bn ,_ js a fncn ,, ,, n(J ac:ql! ain'.anr« of Senat O I STATISTICIAN ILL LEAGUE FIGURES LATE FORT WORTH. Aug. 9. (AP Statistics oS the Gulf C o a s t League won't appear this week. Phillies Blank New York, 4-0 i NEW YORK, Aug. 11. (APi-The^er with his first homer of the year, i Philadelphia Chilli's edged a s*.ep;Seminick followed v.'ith a single is recovering from an attack jclpser towards second"place today jand1 movedI to.second on a bunt by of kidney stones. las Robin Roberts pitched the vie-:Roberta, \\aitkus singled to right Barring complications he is i fending National League, champ-: to score Semimck with Jus final due to be on the job again next lions to a 4-0, seven-hit victory;run. week. Howard Green, president 'over the runner-up New Y o r k of thc league, said. i Giants. The Phils, winners of nine out rt\j5STM'°t, (heir last 12 starts, are only I'-ijKnms n games back of the. Giants, who i tj r "',"n u have dropped four straight K ames -|oai«Tfre Roberts, in posting his 16th vie-; scm'mick' tory and fifth shutout, fanned threel« ob " ls and didn't walk a batter. Whiteyj Tp;a.i L. o c k m a n collected two of the; SEW YORK A Giants' hits. : Williams I'b 4 The Phil s solved Jim Heam, \fho\y^'ti" ii'\\'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.4 Evers Stars V In Tiger Win PH1LADKLPH!A A B K H . O A }W»Jtku» In ................... i (I 210 0 ;^,^ 1 !.;;;:;;;-;::;:;;::::? |j J I o o 0 1 0 v o v o 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 1 3 1 2 2 3 0 · - } - 4 10 27 S H O A 1 1 I 1 1 3 1 2 0 Evers blasted a three-ru:: homer and a two-run double as the Detroit . and - · · - i LOCKED ib .................. 2 13 1 1 4 0 1 2 0 1 earn ' t j;^, the ^' l!i ' sM Trri-^^ v ^^--^ «*"*i-- their nev- general manager, Charlie L phils was nicked for a *, n i n j TTM.. .... uennngcr. t ^ ^.^ innjng on R walk) Singjes ji.-Kou:c.i out o ' 8 J \ \ o o 8 « . 8th. seventh game Trout has lost 1' *· J " venting or hindering the A m e r i c a n [ M n x i m . public from viewing such sports) Oiin said deals t h a t , k e r p " throush. the medium of television."!men who f i ^ h t w i t h t h e i r fists (com 2. Persons enpsiped irr 'he nnr-La rhnni:c n t mnving up l.n\v;irrl thp coties or other illegal activities init-h.-impinnship sppenr In be in vio- violation of federal laws arc con-! In lion of ferleral moiropoly laws." MAJOR LEAGUE AVERAGES in the game with the Red Sox. The toss f r o m Boston catcher Aaron Robinson knocked out four of Noren's teeth and sent him to the hospital. Helping out. are ( l e f t 1o right) Boston's Johnny Pesky; George Myatt, Washington coach; Bobby Doerr, Red Sox second baseman, and U m p i r e Bill Summers. ( A P Wire-photo), the game \vith «.,;.*~ T" T-- , , '-"'i n'^ nuiLii azainst Spencer. ·S'u n^'^ir't 'te! J^«!^!^^Il Brownies last night, pinned starter i D u a n e Pillette with his 12th loss. He has five wins. I After Dolsing hit his s e v e n t h homer in the first, the Tigers tied it up in (heir half. Brownie Jeft_ fielder J a c k MaRUire nnspiayed j Dick Kryhoski's f l y . and Kryhoski . reached third on' the error. He j scowl cm George Kcll's single. | In the f o u r t h . ' V i c \Verts doubled th ° SPaSOn %V ' th ° ne nUl in l h e ' » R - s , n m . . . t h C ' K n b e n s . l.cti-P.viaii-n.hia S: New }ork ., -- H » « r n 1. SO-- P.ohfrts 3. Hesrd 1. seventh to make it 2-0 and i.-.l W O ; Hr) _ H .. s , n . . S I n n i n g s ; Spencer 3 In Fashion Seeks Sweep In Softball Playoffs AMERICAN LEAGUE Individual Baiting A B R i! "n :;p. mi .s:i ia.' i.-s; ir .'"·.{ ·!' !s :·;) 1 it Cil;ui. Uil.sM. Fox. Clu JPlMmtgin. K(,s.' McDou;.-!a.1 .'..V Runntl.i. n'.ith. Busby, chr Berra, N.y Kryhuslii. [ Oroth. PPI Pesky, Bn s Mi-Corm:.-!, ilMi. nil. Mllclicll i :'i,ii ·:'. MI .s .·us 7s ir,r ·;.) -.« 4.. ;.i i?, , n H U oil ^4 :i7'j (a n.-| si ..3V'" ii\ W 17 .' ZZi 6. 1U5 IS . L'?U ili Jill 12 as ,3si 1 in ..vn ·i tl ..:.:;) 2 J7 .;».i h 17 ..t. 1 / ...m; .:;'i'5 l NATIONAL LEAGUE Individual Batting v v A B ' " H 1 ' ! '-" ! " M!rnBtpc -!leaRiie pame. nnd v ( , i::::: 3 7.?M 1 an 3 n 3 ; 7 ':»ni n i "R thc ?** Pittsburgh. o ^ Cubs Split set-one! it i i k n I ' l l : . .. I'll ,1 I.",S L'l 2 . :c ;;i j ; i ;;, a . . . . . :; l..'J :.' :i ; :i '-"i ·'·'·' i l l il (i ;u .. Jill :i si in n i -.'5^ ,15 Wj la', ft is: lii *.Vl'. »i:.ii. i , CL'UiicT, JJU.M, ss a 4 3 is 'jus L. J J." 11 t, j'j .ii .1 13 .1 r ,, l o ..--·) .,.1 J t . I J , 4 ( , i '-·11 uil ,;, 1,' 1 i; .|J ,SU J CHICAGO, AUK. 11. W ·-- Th-', Chicsgo Cuba and Pittsburgh Pi-i rates split a doublehender today,' the Cubs taking (lift opener 4-3 as, rlRhthnmUT Bob Kelly wont t h e j route for the first tune in a major | I Urn Pirates win- ' -1 on Clyde BALTIAFORR, Ausr. 11. 'AD - A ..liMiH.'nllmigh's home run. :in-rfiuml f i R h i ln-ie \Voi1nc-silav TI i:i ''n't' Kelly's victory w:ts his t h i r r!' niE'iit h e t w e e n .In;- I _ n t ; i s nnd . i n n . I.: M !;;i.i!fi":iinsl OUR loss t h i s sensor). \\?.'. niy Rivms is a story of In-.lay's nllowpfl iiinn h i t s and was in t r o i i 1 hoavyv.-ei'jlit f , i ! i i : i t i o n . hie severnl t i m e s . The Cubs won' "'" ' TM~ on n. two-run eighth inniiif; r a l l y . ; M r C ' t l l o u ^ h w»is called in to the Louis Finally j Bivins, 10 Years Late cx- ·· -w..(in d " n! ' !1 f i"! u n . S6 .-'03 .N', y, Nortrn. Wiish ....t'l^ 70 Roblnsori. r'lit ·;-.)) KltlKi. St,\V»sh. IH'I Vnio. Piul* . ···;-. Brown, N y. R i r t u t n , N.Y. j-Jdwariis i;^ ;j CIU.M ,1 .in s u 4 -;» . ,!oe G n r n g i o l a , who w:i«r pjocfod. He scored R.ilph K"i?r from th ru i with a long fly in the second inn- j in£, tying the count, and his f f i l l ! j homer of the season in the filth i [provided the margin. J ! A crowd nf cn,5U2 was on hand i f o r thc txviii bill. Group Ends Year's Plav | They n e v e r fought except i h i b i t i o u ' h i r i n g I h f i r p r i m p when i l j o u i s W.'IM inisv "" r : !ncs flot'endin;; j h i s t i t l e a n d B'vins f r e q u e n t l y r a n k - [ C K T R O I T l e d ;is :i fn!Hoii i "r. j Kr'^'ii-.r'" i T'-'ou' in ii'!( t w i ' i i c h t ''if t h e i r r.-i-iKi-' 1 :i; i r r e i s tin 1 '.' m e e t in \\'li;if is cfiiisid-! ij,']' r i'. n 7 j c r n r ) fin i i ' i n o i ' l n n t rr.rounter. j o i n f ' . r r ! I m p o r t a n t for ?T-ye."ir-okl I..nuis r;,',,':;" 'M j«-h'» 'ha:; In ;o ni: w j i r n i n p i.' h"'S! 'f/"" P j to fret t h p t co!K'''!'!:n:k shot at the' (·j','n ( '°p '' |r.rown held by Jersey Jne Walc.oi 1 ,. j j Tmportnrt for r,iv ; ns, too. he-| r "' u * cans? nn upsft n-.i.c'nt c n ' i p u l t h i n i j into Vne for ti'e snmo rlinnce. He| lias bi'itti'n E/.2an.i Charles, the next in line. "m- Fashion Cleaners snes after n|American League titleholders 1 , last . ^ - - . - - . ,sweep of their inter-league playoff j week, and a victory Monday will | Pat Mullm w«lked, ami K v e r s i s e r i e s w:th Shell Oil here Monday give them the crown and a berth smashed his n i n t h homer into the i when the two teams clash in the! in the TAAF state tournament in upper I r f t f i o l d s;;:nri.s. ; t h i r d frame of the three-out-of-fivej Fort Arthur Aug. 23-24-25. upper l e f t i i f l d staiuis. · scries at Javcee Field at R oVlork. j The ChuVch Leagues will cnnti- Ki-il .-ind Mu!!in walked to s t a r t 1 The Cleaners, champions nf the.'nue. Iheir playoff series this weflk, the f i l t h , Kvers lhin slashed aj s l!" nl1 S Jaycee LenRiie. took the!with a douhlcheader at Ben Onrr.a double in!o left to score t h e m both lopeniR^ t'wo Rsmes from Shell,! Park Monday nifrhl. First Nar.a- He came in when N e i l B e r r v ' " ~~' " -- ·« -- | rene will take on First Baptist in iQ/l~«-»-»-»^!f T r»rn~lc l l h p f l r s t K a l n e of the lmn bi!I at A !OClllHl(It JLCaClS l 7 : i n o-rlm-k with Travis Baptist j meeting Downtown Baptist in the ! nijt'hlcftp at S:30 o'clock. ! First Baptist and Downtown Bap| tir.t: hold 1-0 ed.^es in the. two-out- lenRuer F r e d i or -* ree P la ' of£ ser!M - a " d vi ^!°- , «!Schmidt, who has won IS gamps!TM* Monday xvould sive them tne S o i a n d lost only three with the Abl-iP e n n 8 n t « in , ^. B ^ e P T u r c h 0 "Mene Blue Sox, today ranked as I League and Ked Church League, p r in tho West (respectively. I Texas-New Mexico League o n ! Th . e t h i r d f^ mff of _ this series fi si iTiistniistics covering games through ! wi " lx P lav °« lucsday nijrnt if ne- . . . icessnrv while Fashion a n d Shell I M;)i;u:r i . [ *-nnir*£S i PHIPMC j r . - . P . : i U s I d -- M c l l u n a i r t ii Loop Hurlers · J j By UNITED TRESS : i One-time Texas , n d o o ii n n n D n : the 0 II 0 (1 (I ' r c " t I M n c u i r e L. Map'' 8 : inn nm nin--t . iwi "30 cox-7 ,h v» i-m-D,.,.np k f i i . e E v r » » D ' " n 6-1 HIT K 4 "I S3 .VM , 411 M : '- 8 3! .US-I ! ··'i i"n 11 i ir i.* ,"s 4 i is : Z ' r n i a l . Cl; F ' l i i l , n i n f h c r c . net. . \V-if.. ' P C P Dwr. RMS'. '.".'.' Mi;*. N.y Ssr-r, "cifve." . Collins N.Y. . Mf.CBskv. Ph-rie ColrmsD. S.L-Chi "67 43 101 1S T rft. st.i, ::3 sr si Jlullln. De ifiK 24 51 s KoHovFRv. n»i. ..i.'iT in 43 fl Lmtiardt, KL-Clil *3S :s 65 10 other £fimo is needed in their playoff, The winners of thp two Church '..oncup playoffs will open their sn- Thursdav he second same . both fit Ben Garza Park at s o'clock. , , , . , , , ... i Monday ntsht has been designat- oicuit workhorse, having pitched tho | p d ^ awai . d ~ nlght a t Javceg £ eW (Trophies will be awarded to.F'ash- _ . . , , T , , .,, , ., 'ion as Javcee League champions Chick Howard, Amanllo s heavy | an( , 10 ghel , M Al « crican Leag u* .,.,. PM i l t e r anfi *? e f* Hhase runnm '' titlisU. A trophy also will be award, nr £| owns the fattest batting Average. j ed {o A p pren Vc e School for win . the consolation tournament. If a m city Schmidt holds an .R57 average. s l i g h t l y better than t h e .850 i R H o A ; f .!edi!ed ti Jesse Priest of Al!u- i i! iii 5 ; qiiorfjue. with a 17-3 record. '· ] " 4 | (·.'irrol! D i a l ilS-lfl.i of Panipa '.' ! i n land R f n e Vega (ir-8) of Borp'r !! " J "/tied for the )"ad in strikeouts. n : i j ' f i a c h with 140. Lubbock's Ray ( I f i - R ) still ranks as the, r.ir most complete games m °st innings, 209. and the Younir. , Prtildy, Oft ... Masuire. St.L. M*!e. Wash Yost. Wash DelsloB, SLL. . 7.artHa. CM B-^ls. Bns'-Pt.l,. Martin. N" Y. .. Lollsr, St.T, . v. Dei a? r h a r f r - d \vkh ths;Association, rfini;f ; ~l of v r u n c n in J 4 dri'irions.',ftubs fiotn f i v e towns, r r l e b r a t e d ! n t o( the Pirates''thp. occasion \\it1i the regular t o u r - ; a r 'nani"nt at the Oso Beach M u m c i - i O A M E j p a l Golf Course. J; 1 ," The association, governed by a; i 1 j y;board of five directors, lias m e m - j -i 6 6 i oibers from Corpus Christi. Beevilie, 1 .|".s f.i 11(1 11 . 3S 5 ; S2 ins 13 .. ;)(i U IS 2 4(i.t 41 10S 52 "8773 OS IS ..Dfi-1 4(1 8t IS i71 41 TS 1 I .i-ifi i? 39 111 .. -t. r s 12 i ^"7 r-1 Si 17 "~"i Ji "ii . ...... WnoiJIInc N.Y. . 571 H i l f h r - o r k . Phil, l i t 12 ?D . Philn ....":t i'li. Waxh. "Tl aii. N, Y, . t ?S1 , f h l ...... OT 2 i .w .an 1 4 1 1 .Vfl7 ·j i) :: ,:'fl 0 7 "i .SBH n n -1 ii; ~ (fl 111 ? 1 4-1 .2 r ,l i!ii ,'i n o 5 .nn'. a. in 41 .-JtK 2 (I "i .'.'fil 1 17 73 .MO ." t l Til iii'J 2 r, .in .'.'iw !7 17 Sfi .14 7* s 23 ' « ' H H 11 . fir.? ."ri« -4.S 3a Ii/ U 4 L ..;SG 2^ 11 l-l 1 ~y .',u ,s » .'.,f,\il|-|tt I i / - . n - C M ! l u l ' I I ^s - S \ Uurniier. f ' n i l . . ,«7 H lii 16 :, 3 S - 3 ., 3 (The board is made up of one direc-i o oUor from each town, with other o u officers filling positions as secretary-treasurer and handicapper. Members of the board ot direc- ;!iipr- IIP fniled to set a c r a c k j r v Loirs before in the 10 years:jj 1 newly 100 fights he's had. I You kn^w, I,ouis iust fic'it?, hs| doesn't maks the match?.-." s.Tid th? Cleveiander. "Thev ithe pro-i motsrs* claimed I wouldn't draw." j Tiie promoters of Wednesday's; to draw! e Balti- 1 A - j t o t a l hits. Another Lobo star, Pcd- -- iro Santiago, has scored the most 1 * I runs. 124. i · Lamesa topped the league i n ' J I M ill The 31-year-old Eivins also fi' gui'es he's "g'ot a better chance j . . , iiuj««. I'uis-st.l, ;u; 21 i i i ; r i i i ; i i i . i , i i.tii I ' n i 1:1] il Harim,-;:otii. Clu 7!l ·; t-riilsrs. BUM. . .V.'l 12 Ct'x, K k n ....... X,;, .i,, iie:.-pr. ri.-i ..... 13T 3.' J » t l U ' n ' , Bus. , . . r 7 S f,4 .[.·fr.jii.-u. Chi. . . . K i i L'S ' 4 x'l ,':lii4 Totals s .MI .;(,-- | a-- sinKlurt l u j i .-Jn7 ' b-- F ;; |, _-,;, ; R-- G i u u m l e d ' j followed by Abilene's ibock rates as the best I and Abilene owns the The City Recreation Depart- j cessful pitching staff, iment's Junior Base'.aJI leagues will! jopen playoffs Monday with the top) two teams in each league playing in a double elimination tournament.. . 1 The Junior Texans and the Tiny 302. Lub- i ciub TOOSt suc . t Water! ffffllHi S I ! 15 2 .. .i ,'Jffi 2 Ifi :«; SK - '· " .-Dronn, F^ 1 * TfU 1 n M in 0 ' 5 Ti Kowir -Ro? ....11! 7 ^c. fv n n ,=y ,;?,v Sourlwck DPI ..IIB "5 .?! f! 1 S 1' .7.18 1». lil,.',?. St. 'nHMnsOrl. .V. 'u;i?:. · .. :^!i K \.. ;i4;; 57 Oil 3:a 49 Sft Kl .1 JS Si .-'AS i Ka m a r.7.m U :iS iiS . S 17 .'in .Wi5i Kp'iy p , jtors arc Mrs. James Boyd of R*- On Currently Expiring- Auto Policies 1 u .'.MM | CHICAGO ii nil .SB3 i M l f o l s 2! ".uiio .lni-t;sin ·S« 7 1 7 SO I'SS Hfrmsnslti r! SS Ifi 4 :i 6S .SS7 i Rurscr-« c . . . J ? 3i i n b| J «:tr . the woman shooting- the r . tournament! weiphf , d 207 - t i m e o,u t Cesar Br'.on and hopes to o 3 ij.net srore for the field, and through) come i n ' Wednesday at 210. ill months of competition, no one! "Condition" has been the byword j Grande Lea'nie and the Indians i - ' the cup more than jot both th e fighters * who trained y^. Coast League U H.I..A +1*1 ft -n'ftn.T- TJ\« ttn M i f^-\ f\\*n "Kri-V- _ - t --L _ here this week. : The Baltimore box- far include Mrs. j ing fraternity figures it's because R]( Beevillft. Mrs. l the smaller Bivins is goins. to play i junior Beevills. Mrs. i hit and run with the usually P'od-|^J' Prtj ' of BeevilSe. Sirs. { din? Louis. 'ka'mi Beevilie. Mrs. Billy j However, both contestants «lis-| Reb(! , s ?sville, Mrs. C. E.; claim ar.y special tactics are inlcobw.s Mrs'. Vv. T . j t h e works. " . jse^iJawks " BJillanfant and iiarilck. T-l:53. lOaddiS of RnbstOWn ]\lrs. T J | Tiie ^S^t fraternity also i S j L i t U f Aces SCCONH T V M F iwilkLnson of Renisrio' Jlrs. Robert I spreading; the word that Louis balk-| galTil i ior , A ] niji "'!; w-- l i;Vota\v of Robstown. Mrs. Pauj'r 1 " 1 P'enty before signing with Bi-jRhru corner ^ M,^.TM^!, ',,!;nuKse!l of BeeviU- and Mrs. G. L."'! 1 ^ a J !e P^ ! y holding m:t for one i ov-. B U r S ,« «SM G r e e n e O r Corpus chHsti. I 0 1 Ue iess nangerous neavies. j 9K i:; r. 15 M .SMI no 4 10 i- 14 niarm»n. Tvers. Dot j-ii ^1:1 ; sn; :!.' Cia. .'.'fl 22 in, , , nit MI . Phii. 'if-i I'it P;:t , Phil. .715 a i: Cia. tn.-Phil L.2 ^ N. Y Rl S Scjieiiz. riii-N. y. HI rt Thompson. Bkn Bo? r.'s i; Smalli-y. Ch!. , . . IL'R 19 ^ -I ."' Pitt. ".' N'. V.. . P h i l . Pitt, Astro'.h. "Wa. GTSSWO. W-sh. TIP.'. -' 4 ^ i il ! S 0 3 S 1 !! i: .* - ^ -i 1 ;' :? 3 V 1 ( n :; · o o fi ,212 s · n 11 .:i', t : 4 is .-'ui 0 ; .MS ii i .:«.! 1 .1 .ino pi« I.immer, Phi'a. 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