The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 5, 1947 · Page 28
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The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas · Page 28

Brownsville, Texas
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Thursday, June 5, 1947
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THE TJROWNSVIIXK 'Thursday, June B, 104T Unbeaten Clash Tonight-,os Fresnos vs Edelstein's BY WALLACE n, JOHNSON llrrnlcl Sports Editor The champions tonight In the- most v i t n l b a t t l e of thn «eu- Hrovvn.'wilh-'H CMiy Softball «,on ID l . f i l f ' U ' ' . .'MclMcln'.'. of J J r o w n s v l l l e collides w i t h McCarrlck'B of Los Fresnos at ft p.m. under the lights of the 30th Diamond. The teams are rated almost ever on fielding and hitting abilities, nnd crK( officially, but lost to them by tho contest may turn Itsolf into a nm in a in . nc y co gam0i .. 1 1 ,.l. n.i'n » l i t « « 1 \*ni ti'niiti Tnlln AT -- pitcher's duel between Tony Ar nujMtlarlK of .Kdclsteln'H nnd Harry Wat.Hon of l-iow Kdelstcln's team wns reported to- LOH Frcsnos 10 Army 0 day to be hampered by a plague Los Frcsnos 14 Delta 6 of lost and ' unavailable players U l I W t l l f I V l l k t 4 , | k * i v ? i v » « » « , ^ » » ^ j * - * - , / -- - - - J -- ----- -- - - - £ i A.'V while the Los Fresnos team was set Los Fresnos 0 Voc. Vets 0 (forfeit) Both teams are unbeaten In lea- to take _ the Hold with its able g u e piny to dnte. the only undcfcab- r-ci clubs r e m a i n i n g in the City Lea- J:IH'. ToniKhfs rln.'ih Is the first meoL- Jm.' rtt the two leaders in official Jp«r,ue Play this season. fielding club intact. There was little basis of comparison between the teams or their season records to date. Eclel- stoin's defeated the PAA Flyer; 4-2 in a league game. Los Frosnos EMPHASIZES POLL OW-THROUGH _,. ........_mt$m@£ta Amateur Sanford Frcdricks of Cleveland demonstrates novel club he designed to give tho plnyer correct emphasis on follow- through. The loose clubhcad end, carrying most of club's weight, pulls on arms as it follows prescribed arc. The ball-and-socket attachment can bo put on any wood, and club can be partially unscrewed for practice, or tightened for play, Women Golfers Reach State Quarter Finals AUSTIN, June f i n a lists In (.ho ft-- f/H) -- Quartor- Texas Women's public Links j;olf tourney too off to-.lny w i t h n three-time champion] the defending tltllst. and the c u n - f - n t medalist stroking the f a i r w a y s . ' Mrs. Guy Laroe, defending titllst from Terrell, faces Mrs. J. R. Bradford of Dallas. Yesterday Mrs. Laroe lasted out a 20-hole duel with last year's finalist, Mrs. L. B. Hoscek of Dallas, to win one up. Mrs. Bradford defeated Mrs. Billye Stubbs of Begum, 5 and 4. Medalist Betsy Rawls of Austin toes off with Mrs. M. W. Morgan of Baytown, Yesterday-Mies Rawls downed Mrs, William Holmes of Dallas, 6 and 5. Mrs. Holmes defeated Gertrude Birkman of Houston, 6. and 4. Mrs. E. H. Wohlfahrt, Houston's triple-time titlist, meets Mrs, H. W. Tyson of Houston. Yesterday Mrs, Wohlfahrt defeated Mrs. H, P. Massey of Dallas, 7 and 6. Mrs. Tyson, the tourney's only left- hander, eliminated Mrs. J. H. Brunner of San Antonio, one up. Dorcns Lehman proves claim to t i t l e of world's strongest woman l i f t i n g 175-pound bar boll w i t h case. Belle of bar bells -- weight 1GO pounds -operates York, Pa., bur t h a i has no need of employing bouncer. Get Welcome Relief From Stomach Gas, Sour Food Taste Texa« Will Send Fastest Runners Against Big Six DALLAS, June 4 (/P)--The University of Texas will bring an 11- man squad to the duel of champions track and field meet between the Bixg Six and the Southwest Conferences the night of June 13, Director James H. Stewart announced today. Heading the list of entries is the crack Longhorn 440-yard relay team which recently set a now meet record at the Los Angeles Coliseum relays - with 40.6 seconds, onc-tonh of a second the world's record. Perry Samuels, Charley Tatom, Allen Lawler and Charley Parker | make up this fast-stepping quartet which will run against a fine Baylor team in ( a special event, Baylor finished a good third in the same California moot. Fautless Eligible DELAWARE PARK, Del. -- (/p 1 / -- Faultless, winner of tho Preakness. and Withers Stakes, Is eligible for the $15,000 Diamond State Stakes to be run here Saturday, Juno 21. The race is for three- year-olds at one mile and a quarter. hasn't' played the runner-up Fly- Records of the two clubs to date in league competition are: Los Fresnos 5 Valentin's 1 Edelstein's 14 Voc Vets 2 Kdolstoln's 4 PAA 2 ; Edfllstein's 13 OK 'Cafe 4 In Its three games, the Eldolstein's team has scored 31 runs on 24 hits and has made five-errors afield McOarricWp in four games has scored 38 -Tuns on 27 hits and has made only two -errosr. The winner or.tonight's game will rank henceforth''as tho favorite for the City Iiocitfuc championship. Edelstein's and Los Frcsnos will play once more, though, the second round of league play, sometime in July or early August. Umpires for 1;he vital game tonight will be W. A. Robinson behind the plate and Shine Cantu on the Eases. In this evening's first game, another Los Fresnos team, the Merchants, plays Service League spat with the Brownsville Knights of Columbus, starting at 7:30 p.m. SPORTS Senate Approves Bill To Regulate Hunting, Fishing AUSTIN, June 5 -- (/P)-- Final passage of a bill giving the Game, Fish and Oyster Commission wide regulatory powers now vested in tho legislature was one step nearer today. Tho senate;, toy a vote of 22 to 7, lust night approved the bill first passed In the house, Several minor amendments were attached, making IIOUIJG concurrence necessary. · The bill gives the commission full authority to regulate seasons and bag limits on deer and wild turkey, and on fresh water flph. Salt 'water fishing, and existing laws governing it, are not affected. It also carries with it a provision requiring reenactment after a four year trial. This was to meet the strenuous objections of legislators who felt the bill was an undue delegation of legislative power, - ' NATIONAL SPAHN, Boston, " - 8 won 1 lost, .88.9; ROWE, Philadelphia, 7 won 1 lost, .857. AMERICAN SHEA, Now York, 0 won 1 lost, .857; HUTCHINSON, Detroit, 5 won 1 lost, ,833, Lone Star League By The Associated Tress The pennant race In the Lone Star .League was R three-cornered fight between Jacksonville, Longview and Lufkin.' Results last night: Longview 4, Jacksonville 1 Lufkin 5, Henderson 1 Bryan 0, Kilgore 5 Marshall 11, Tyler 8 (11 inn.) Try this Easy Way to... CLEAN DENTAL PLATES At Imt, » s c i e n t i f i c way t« clean denial plates and bridges K K A L L Y clean. Just put your plat* in · rlHss of water. Add · l i t t l e quick acrin« K l c e n i l e . W i t h maric'like speed, Jf«coIora (ion, Ftnlni »ni denture - odor vrnninh -- tn« original clean britfhtnesi r e t u r n s ! It' eany, economic*?. Aftk your drur*iitl for K l e n i l r l*day NOW THE UMPIRE IS OUT Umpire Art Passarella w« shouldered and up-ended as Murrell Jones ol White Sox hurried to first base to take throw in unsuccessful pick-off play at Briggs Stadium. Roy Cullenbme of. Tigers started for second on a hit-and-run t saw pitch-out, raced back and slid safely into first base. Detroit won, 5-2, in three- game series sweep. * Teams Will Organize City Amateur League Brownsvillc.s long-delayed Amat- :ur Baseball League will organize tonight. . Representatives of all teams planning to enter the hardball city loop are requested to attend an organizational meeting at the Central Fire Station, starting at 8 p.m. Trie meeting was called this morn- ,ng by Bob Champion, one of the Martin Requests More Entries In Junior Softball Summer Recreation Director Bob Martin today requested all organizations planning to field softball teams' in'the Junior or Ward league ,o enter now during the two-week practice session, . Official league play will start In both leagues on Monday June 10. Each league now includes five teams. 'In the Junior League, the clubs arc Sinclair All Stars, Kennely Sea Foods, Tourist Auto Supply, Washington Park, and the Daredevils. Ward League teams are Guerrero Jewelry, Cub Scouts Den Two, Clearwater grammar, Kennelly Sea Foods, and Southern Pacific. In practice games last evening, Tourist Auto whipped the Daredevils 25-3 and Kenelly Sea Foods stomped Clearwater Grammcr school's team 12-8. Games in the two leagues are played on the high school grounds, starting at 6 p.m. ATT/NG LEADERS NATIONAL WALKER, Philadelphia, .363; SLAUGHTER, St. Louis, .355. AMERICAN BOUDREAU, Cleveland, .358 DiMAGGIO, New .fork, .357. Lip Tattoo Setup DELAWARE PARK, Del. -- (IP] -- The Thoroughbred Racing Pro bective Bureau, racing's FBI, 1 banning 'to tattoo the lips of :iorses during the Delaware Park meeting which ends July 6. directors of the proposed league, sponsored by the Brownsville Community Center Inc. Champion said at least six organizations have indicated they will field teams in the league. They are' Brownsville Junior College, Brownsville High School, St. Joseph's Academy, Valentin's Delta, and the A, and H, Packabe Store. Any other organization wishing to enter the league are requested to be present at tonight's meeting. Champion said schedules will be drafted for .the opening of league play on Sunday June 15. Two games will bo played each Sunday, he explained. The morning game will be in St. Joseph's Park, the afternoon contest on the Drive In diamond. Old? Get Pep, Vim With IRON? pluc iii|»pl«m*nU CALCIUM, VITAMIN ~ Valley Teams Asked To File For TAAF Softball Tourney Invitations to all Valley men's softbnll teams expecting to enter the Valley districtof the Texas Amntcmr Athletic Federation softball tournament wero Issued today by C, E, Vail, Ln Forln, tourney director. The TAAF district tournament will be played on La Feria's lighted softball field, starting Friday July 4, at 7:30 p.m. Any softball team in Cameron, Willacy, Hidalgo or Starr counties is eligible to compete in the tournament. But no All-Star club will be accepted unless it has played six games as a unit, Vail explained. Winner of the Valley district elimination tournament will bo qualified to represent this district, in the state TAAF meet, in San Angelo, August, 28-20-30. The tournament will bo conducted on a single elimination basis, should more than 12 teams enter. If the entry list totals ten teams or less, double elimination rounds will be played. All player members* of a team must have taken part in at least thee games to be eligible. Only resident* of the four Valley coun- ties may compete. Fourteen days of residence is considered sufficient. An entry fee of $2 will be required of all teams, Vail explained that the win-» ning tonin will roe-rive rxt least $100 to help do I'm y I is expenses to the stale tournament. Deadline for entries is Sunday. June 29, at 5 p.m. ASA rules will govern the tournament play. Clippers Retake League Lead, Nip Harlingen 4-1 Ah H O E. Jones c Frcsliour r Lixsclle 2b Jobc cf 1 3 0 2 o :i o o B . Jones 3b 3 0 0 \Vobb If Kilclicr rf Curry rf Hutch Ita Crpntr as Totals 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 3 Urownivlll* Ah H O Martin 07. Florcn cf Mnnn cf Burst P Schnldr 2ta Cln rein rf 3 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 x - M o n l m y r ib Gonzalez If Lancies c 2ti 3 18 Totals x--Gonzalez run 2nd. HARLINC5EN BROWNSVILLE Runs -- Hutch, W, Florcfi, Burst, Gar- cln, Mnrlinex, Errors -- Jobc, B, Jonos '2, Carpenter, MnrUncz, Burnt. Asr.lcts --13. Jones, Prcsnour 4, Laselle, Jobc 3, MartlncJi 3, Burst 5, Schneider 2. Runs Imttcd In -- Cftrpentcr, Schneider. Burst. (W. Plorcs nnd Garcia scored on fielding nrrors). Two bnse hits -- Martinez, rhrc.j bnsc hits -- Hatch. Struck out -by ruirst 7, by Freshour 3. Passed ball -- Landes, K. Jonos 3. W1K1 pitch -Hum. Stolon bnse« -- .lobe, C n r n o n l o r , Jonos, \V. Flores 2, Hnmlrez, Garcia, Loft, on bases -- Hnrlimren 4, Browns- villn 3. Umpires -- Robinson nnd Cantu. rime 54 mln. Brownsville's Packard Clipper girls danced on top of the Valley Maid Softball League again today after drubbing the Palm Gardens girls of Harlingen 4-1 here last night. Julia'Burst, twirling for the sec- ond night in succession, held the Palm Gardens maidens to three hits. But Hatch, first base for the Harlingen club, made a triple out of one of them. Freshour of Rio Hondo labored on tho mound for the visiting u, Harlingen club, but the Clippers Ramirez H 2 o o f o u n c j } ier offerings good for seven nnnialM If 0 0 0 ^^ ^^ j nc j uding R double by Martinez, the Brownsville shortstop. Last night's victory gave the Clippers a season record of five victories as against two losses. The defeat was the sixth straight loss for Harlingen, Tonight, the Lyford Red Birds, in second place in the league standings, play the Harlingen girls again. Friday night, La Feria tangles with Lyford in continuing rounds of league play. 3 i n 2 o 2 i s 25 7 21 for Monlemayor 5n 000 010 0--1 200 110 x--4 VALCEY MAID LEAGUE How They Stand Teams-Brownsville Lyford La Peria Harlingen W 5 4 4 0 L. Pel. 2 .714 2 .667 3 .571 6 .000 Optimists Defeat Pipkin Motors By 23-3, Maybe More The Optimist Juniors of the Brownsville Service Softball League scored so many runs last night in a game with Pipkin Motors that the seorekecpor blew his top. Therefore, no one is certain just what, the final score tallied, but it wns generally agreed it was something like Optimist Junior* 23 Pipkin Motors 3. Thirteen of the runs were scored in the final inning of th« exhibition "contest." RED , ARROW FOOT L O T I O N 50c FOOT P O W D E R 25c F o r L i m i t e d T ! m « O n l y AT YOUR DRUGGIST MEN, WOMEN III haunted. Tftko UHir of 40. 60, 00. Don't b« old, Mrcnlt, worn-out, ex... .,«»,,»,,. ^..^.. . ConliiliiH tonlo often nowttxt uft-rr 40 -- by boclliw old JUBC JHMWUSO Inck- InK Iron; rl«.i naloluin, Vitamin BI. Tlionsnnda now reel poppy, ycnra yotinfior. Try Ost rex Tonlo Tiimow TODAY. C3ot HcneroiiH "not aco;uiiliUci mac. Or BAVE 1UCA1; MONKY--iwlc druiiRlst to nliow you tha special, bl», monuy-HiivInK ''Kcouomy" sl*e. Vor Bftlo »t nil clrint Btorea everywhere. WHITE PRINTS Longer Lasting: nnd more legible than the old-fashioned blue print. U. S. Supply Stores 1021 E. 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