The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 6, 1947 · Page 17
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Brownsville, Texas
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Friday, June 6, 1947
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Los Fresnos Files Protest i IP i 1 g · 9 1I7* r 1 i* As Edelstein s Wins 5-1 LANIER RETURNS TO MEXICO MEXICO CITY, June 6--(/P)--The Mexican Baseball League announced today that Max Lanier, former St. Louis Cardinals stellar southpaw, has agreed to return to the circuit with his old team, the Veracruz Blues, thus ending his long holdout. Unur. Pecleruon was later order- rxl off the field after he continued ' a n argument with Robinson. H W A L L A C E K. J O H N S O N Herald SportH Editor Pent-up joftbftll emotions flared J Lo 8 Fresnos got only two hits off into the open In Brownsville insi JArmendnrlz* pitching, both of them night and n long-expected .show- j . down on -A hat constitutes n legnlicnrrick's hurler. by Harry Watson, the Mc- pitch was brought to a head. Before one of the largest .softball crowds of the season on the 36th D i a m o n d . Edelsteln's of Brownville whipped McCarrlck's of Los Fro.snos 5-1 In a Name played under protest. O. J. P e d o r s o n , ' i n u n a g u r of the Lo.s Fresno's tennis, was ordered off the field by Chief Umpire W. A. Robinson. Pederson earlier had protested the Ramn charging Tony ArmendJiriz, Edolsteln's hurler, was pitching illegally." Umpire Robinson ruled tho pitch Jcgnl and ordered the game to con- Watson gave up only three hits, to Tamayo, shortstop; Gus Krausse, Inft finld; and LaMadrid, catcher; for Edolsteln's. Tho aoftball committee of the Brownsville Lions club will act on the protest, within two weeks. Los Fresnos . 000 JMplsteln'n ... 200 Harry Watson 100 030 0--1 2 X--5 3 and Macomb; Tony Armcndariz and LaMadrid. x x x GAMES TONIGHT 7:30 -- Kennelly vs Optimist Jra.. 9:00-- PA A va Valentin's (CD Pan American's Flyers, who have lost one game this season and thaf; to Edelstoin's, return to City League competition tonight in a spat with Valentin's, winners of three games and losers of. a couple. PAA and Valentin's clash at 9 p.m. In the second game of tonight's twin bill on the 36th Diamond, In the first game, at 7:30, Kennelly Sea Foods tangles with the Optimist Juniors In a Service League game. In a Service League game last night, the Los Fresnos Merchants whipped the Knights of Columbus 11-3. ' Title Favorites Advance In Texas Amateur Golf WICHITA FALL3, June G~~(/IV- The quarter-finals of tho Texas Amateur championship «o( underway here today with Earl Stewart of Dallas. Don Chorrey of Wichita Tails, and Mcdallat Blackie Dahl- Champions Rival Saturday In AAU Track And Field SAN ANTONIO, June 0 (/P)-- With all but last-minute contestants registered. six 1947 Southwest Conference track and field champions and five state high school individual champions have (ntnrod tho annual South TCXRS A. A. U. meet Saturday night at Alamo Stadium here. Heading the list is George Kadera. conference tltllst in the shot put and Javelin, Also on hnnci will be Perry Samuel of Texas, 100- yard sprint king; Charley Parker of Texas, 220-yard w i n n e r ; Art Harnden of Texas A And M, 440- berg of Snn Antonio still the top favorites. Others remaining in the running arc Dallas' .Jlrnmy Thompson, 18- year-old Billy Maxwell, Refus King, Austin champion Claud Wild, and Derald 'Lohman, veteran Fort Worth golfer. In today's pairing Lehman faces Wild; Cherry vies with King in a local showdown; Dahlberg and Btewnrt claah; and Maxwell takes on Thompson. Lehman grabbed the attention yesterday when he upset defending champion Bobby Riegel of Houston 2-1 in the second round of play. Lehman never trailed in his match against Rlegel which followed his morning round polishing off of Adam Seltz, Wichita Falls, 2-1. Cherry had a hard time in his morning round with Van Lewis of San Antonio playlnR him to a standstill through the first 17 holes. The young Alamo City llnksman, however, lost one up on the 18th as his iron shot drifted over the green. In the second round, Cherry had an easy time of it with Palmer Lawrence, winning 4-3. Stewart had little either veteran Hub downed vetRra nHbu ..., ... Eloctra 6-5 and in the second round yard dash victor; Henry C o f f m a n ! eliminated Doc Brlnklcy, last year's of Rice, top high Jumper and Jack!runner-up from Fort Worth 3-2. Quiery of A and M, who was in- Wild moved into the. quarter- volvpci in f three-day tie for firm j finals by knocking out Royal Fran- plftce in the pole vault. ! els 2-1 and Herbert Durham of Among the high-schoolers. OnralcT Dallas. Miller of H n r l n n d n l f ? will bo a | Maxwell won ovor two Dallas op- proir.incnl t h r o a t In both the l O O r ; ponenU, .Jack Mungcr 6-3, and rnet-nr «iml 200-meter claflhffl, since j John Oliver 4-2. he won thf 100-yard imcl 220- | Duhlborf? knocked over Reisce yard equivalents in the state meet, ; Alexander of Nocona 5-3, and de- A r t u r o Ochoa of Laredo. broad ; feated his university teammate, Joe j v m n champion, also is entered. ' R u b y of Austin, 7-5. trouble Meyers 'Meyers in of of La Feria Faces Lyford Tonight In Girls 9 Game VALLEY MAID LEAGUE Teams Brownsville Lyford La Feria Halrlngon How They Stand W. L Pet. ,714 .571 .571 .143 Number Seven payed off for the Harltngen Palm Gardens girls last night as they won their first game in seven tries in the Valley Maid Softball League. The Palms Gardens girls edged Lyford 13-12 in an extra Inning game in Harlingen last night. Freshour, Rio Hondo contribution to the. Harlingen girls' team, Friday, Tune 8, 1047 THE Y!ROWNSVn,LE HERALD Tigers Will Seek Double Revenge From Harlingen stinging defeat last Sunday, .the Brownsville Tigers . invade Harlingen Sunday to clash with the Southern Select club In a repeat double header baseball performance. The Tigers lost to Harlingen here last Sunday 0-0, and 5-2 In a game notorious for its ladk-of hitting. Manager Red Partain of the Tigers is expected to send Rogerio "Chango" Gonzalez against the Harlingen brewmen in the first game Sunday. He was undecided today about his starting moundsman for the 7-inning afterpiece. Harlingen is expected to use Mike Guevara, if his sore arm permits, and Bob Borchers, both of whom won their games here last Sunday. Harlingen announced prices foi plus tax. * * * * ning run. League play continues tonight with the La Feria Bombers invading Lyford for- a scarp with the Red Birds. Lyford and La Feria are currently tied for second place. Brownsville continues to lead the field. N A T I O N A L SPAHN, Boston, 8 won 1 lost, .889; ROWE, Philadelphia, 7 won 1 lost, 875. A M E R I C A N SHEA, New York, 6 won 1 lost, 57; HUTCHINSON, Detroit, 5 on 1 lost, .833. Shreveport Slaps Catr To Take Second Place SAN B1SNITO PLAYS WILLACY RAYMONDVILLE, June G-- The San Benito Cardinals will clash with the Raymondville Red SON here Sunday afternoon. Oscar Carrcra, ace hurler of the San Benito club, will be on the mound 2 Games Scheduled In Junior Softball Two practice games are scheduled this afternoon at 5 p.m. in the Ward League and Junior Softball League on the high school playground. Guerrero Jewelry w i l l play Kennelly Sea Foods in the Ward League and Washington Park clashes with Kennelly^ Junior team. "LONGHORN LEAGUE Results Thursday Miland 14 Odessa 3 Big Spring 7 Vernon fl in SwRotWfU/ 11 ' N A T I O N A L Today'* Pltcheri Cincinnati nt Boston--(night)--P«torson (1-3) vs Johnnon (2-3 or Wright (1-1). Chicago At B r o o k l y n -- ( n i g h t ) -- W y s o (2-4 VH Hftttcn (9-3). 8L. Lou In (U Now Y o r k -- B u r k h n r t 103) VH HM'tUntC (4-1). PittBhurnh at P h i l a d e l p h i a -- (night) --Bfthr (3-3) vs 8ch*n« (0-0). How Th«r SUnd Teams-- W Brooklyn 2B Chicago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 New York , 2* Boston 23 Cincinnati 20 P i l t H b u r g h · · · 18 Philadelphia 10 St, Louis 18 18 16 18 20 25 33 25 Pel .581 .671 ,671 .536 .4^ .430 .4.12 .430 St Loulfl 5 Boston 3 Cincinnati 6-6 Philadelphia 0-3 ChlcnKO B-3 New York l-» Brooklyn 3 Pittsburgh 0 · * * A M E R I C A N Toiluy'N IMtnheri W n n h l n u l o n n t . C h l c n K O -- - ( n i g h t ) -- H u d Hon (4-1 VH Lopat ( 3 - f i ) . New York fit St. Louis--nlirhl)--Rey- nolds (4-4) vs Stanford (0-1). Boston at Detroit--Ferries (4-4) VB Trucks ( 4 - 4 ) . Philadelphia at Cleveland --- ( n i g h t ) -- Mnrchlldon (4-3) vs Harder (2-0), TcnmH- How They Stand W Detroit 2B Now York 24 C l c v n l a n d 17 Boston 21 Philadelphia 21 W n s h l n R t o n 18 Chicago 20 St. Loll In l f l Results T h u r s d a y New York 7 Detroit 0 Washington 3 Cleveland 0 Philadelphia ft Chtcnffo 2 (Only gomes scheduled) -- * * * TKXAS LEAGUE Game* T o n l r h l Fort Worth at Shroveport D n l l n f l a t Beaumont Okltthomn. City at Houston Tulsa at ·"'an A n t o n i o How Thry Stitnrt T(!iunr.-- w Houston 33 an 2fi 20 28 24 23 L 17 18 17 21 21 20 25 23 Pel .505 ,B71 .500 .500 .500 .·174 .444 .410 ers As Pennant Pitching By The Associated Press Freshman Harry Taylor, whose third straight pitching victory coincided with Brooklyn's arrival in first place, is hailed in Flatbush Dodgers to the National League pennant. Beaten in his first big league start at Cincinnati, May 13, Taylor did time in the bullpen, relieving live times before Manager Burt Shotton gave him another starting against the New York Taylor humiliated the Giants' home run sluggers 14-2, with a five-hitter and followed with another of the same against St. Louis, beating Harry Brechecn, an old Dodger Jinx. Fritz Ostermueller, who has taken particular delight In beating Brooklyn consistently since Branch Rickey tried to send him back to the minor leagues in 1944, was his opponent yesterday. Taylor turned Fort, Worth . D n l l R B , . . . . OUlnhoinn City Tulsa Sixn Antonio ........... 21 T h u r s d a y Houston 0 O K l n l i o m n City 8 Shroveport 8 For! W.orth 3 L ID 2-4 2S 28 2Q 31 30 32 Pot ,u:in .n-n .500 ,43fi .390 Six Clubs Enter City's Amateur Baseball League A* six-team Brownsville Amateur Baseball League was formed at an organizational meeting last night and the door was left, open for the entry of a seventh club The six teams are -A, and H. Package store, Brownsville Junior College, St. Joseph's Academy, Brownsville Fire Department,, Delta Funeral Home and Valentin's Los Fresnos may enter later. Brownsville's Fire Department replaced the High School which did not enter a team because most of its prospective players are employed. Three games will be played on the opening day of league competition . Sunday, June 15. A. and H. plays the Junior College at 10:30 u. m, At 1 nlavs '" «--·-· Valentin's clashes with St. Joseph's in. i he Drive ^}_P a l' k j LONE STAR LEAGUE Results Thursday Lufkin 16-4 Jacksonville 4-12 Henderson 3 Longview 2 ··) TVlfM' 0 his best effort, n two-hit, 3-0 an ^ injury " - In victory over Pittsburgh. The win boosted the Brooks into tho lead because the Giants and the Chicago Cubs, who had been tied for first place, split a doubleheader at the Polo Grounds. After Paul Erlckson of the Cubs had tamed the Giants with three hits in a 5-1 opening game, Mel Ott's ganir slashed away at thrci* ChlciiRO throwers for an eight-run third inning to even matters with a 0-3 dccisin. Monty Kennedy, sent right back after being knocked out Wednesday, came through with his f i f t h win. .Cincinnati's Ewell Blackwell ran his victory total to seven by shutting out the Phillies 5-0 with six hits. Harry Gumbert's fine relief pitching enabled the Reds to take the second game 6-3. Marty Marion's homer with two on in the ninth enabled the St. Louis Cardinals to pull out a 5-3 decision over Boston's Johnny Sain. The New York Yankees continued to crush the American League loading Detroit Tigers 7-0, on Spud Chandler's three-lilt work. Boudrcau of tho tribe. left the game w i t h fi Me:e inj'iry in the third inninp. GARDEN PUNCHFEST " ON XYAL TQHiSHT Tony J.iniro of Yoimj*« v makes Ills m i « ! l l r \ v r i i T h t r i r h u f v\" he oln.shes w i t h Juroh T,/»Mv . Jesse Florcs' three-hitter boosted' ( f t h o v c), hi;lj-ranking Bronx hr, Philadelphia's A's into n third- j n ft ton-rounder nt M/uli.«on S.-;*:are place tic with Boston and Cleveland _ (j art ] P . n lonifihl. on a 5-2 win over Chicago's Edgar | J a n j r o was a I i f » h t \ \ e : e h t . who;; he Smith. Early Wynn of Wash- j slnrt( , ( } j )5s pro oir ,, cr lhrr|i yoar , , co . ington shut out Cleveland 3-0, He j a ( c r ,, s , a i )Iiivh ,. {1 h; 1T , sr )f « , ' A i with six hits in a game marred by t o ) ) _fl; R b t ^lu^^ht^ No*; h? \ s In St. Joseph's Park p.m., the Fire Fopartment Daltn. Then :it 2:30 p.m. A CHANCE... In YOU are run down, listless and tired because of poor digestion, give n»ture a chance. Don't use violent purges. Often all your digestive system needs is a little assistance. And that's jusc what the new, improved ADLKiiiKA will provide. It's a, scientific blend of 7 cfl'cctivc ingredients that woik quick- fly n n d pleasantly to relieve gas pressure and work waste mnitcr gently through the alimentary canal. It's a k i n d l y stimulant to sluggisn intestinal muffles. Order a bottle of ADLEUIKA, die "Tone- Up" laxative, from your.druggist today. Caution: use only »s directed. A n I C l» I W A T H I T O N I - U I * A D L E R I K A L A X A T I V T moving i n t o tho. 16fl-lh, aivi.v.on. Tony has won 59 out of 0*3 f.crht* ir.:t in tackling his nu'rlrilrivoi^h!., he hn.s picked .1 tou^h nut to crntx. JyftMoUa. is one of boxir.jr's mo.t unusual physical .spcrinvn.v Jawl-one Jake is n. h u m a n hlork of crnniuv He. belongs to the mauler rU.«s and is a smashing body p u n r h e r . The Bronxile hrus agreed to makf i^-5 pounds for his mooting with Janiro. Rnjoy t.he excitement, blon-by. blow,on G i l l o t t o ' s C a v a l o n d e of Sports over Amcrionn 15ro»uicJi.stinff Co. an«i K V A L (1400 on your dial) at 9 p,m. And remember, men . . . LOOK s h a r p ! F E E L sharp! BE sharp! Use Gillette Blue Blades w i t h the s h a r p e s t edges ever honed! By The Associated F'rea» Francis Parker, who prefers to be known us "Salty," is adding plenty of pepper to the Texas League pen- rmntf raer with his 8hreveport SporU. HELPS KIDNEYS JV«mov* Harmful Impurities The independent club from the bayou state of Louisiana spanked Fort Worth out of nocottd place night 6-3, to complete a long series of roller-coaster moves in the standings. While Shreveport had its sights trained on Houston's four and one- i^ur«nd"hV«dftchV«re"ofVea cau'tcd by squeezed by Oklahoma City 0-6, oothinf more than improper kidney ac- Dallas moved to within one per- tJon due to ezceu ncid in the urine. Th« centage point Of third With a 4-2 kidney. «r f one of Nature's wnyi o f r e - decision over Beaumont, and Tulsa moring impuritiM from the blood. And r* . ^ artin A ^ f ^ n i r , «i 1-H «iPthnok when th«« impurities hnck up, trouble handed San Antonio a 1-0 setoacK. Guy Ourtv/right'g triple sparked three runs and sacked the Cats. It was the first victory for relief pitcher Joe Berry. Ferrell Ander- - . .. . . . . So If you have the»c troubles, give your kidney, and bladder . good flushing out by takinf Ir. Kilmcr'» Swamp-Root. It works on the kidncy« to nuah them out . . . inc/cusing the ftow of urine to help re- JBeve that evcen »cidity and cnne thnt you get up nights. M*de of 16 herbi, roots, vegetables, «nd b«i M ms, is ftbwlutely non delivered two home runs to For,.' Worth but Uie re.uU, on)y aided his batting average. A ,,,_..,,, u.f 11TM QbllUnc'n hnme single hit-Jim Shilling ; B J nome « M ms, w . m p . o o s ftwuey non. habit forminR. Million» hav« tnken it for i run over the left, field fence m three generation* . . . often with wonder ful r«*ulti. Cflution: take HB directed. the eighth inning-- -spooled Shutout, f o r fl ft n Antonio. The score left . . * rifliTiU PP' y ' % *"? to « Dep 5 i3 S» : t h e last place Missions two games . I Box 255 Stamford ' r ". . %rs,i. Q «tnH-(ntr ; b « c k w °/ Tula ^ « tart1 ^ I climb from the second ' depths. ^. T ' « JCilnoer At Co., Inc., Box 1255, Stamford, Coon. O-getfull-ilzed bottle of Swamp- today at your dniRitore. division WRECKS REBUILT Body and Fender Work PAINTING PIPKIN 10th and St. Charles Phone 888 A good bird dog is bil ^; ^ i ft * kdk. .;§' "M on the point - an are aged the S-T-o-u? but Sure way The slowness of RegaPs ageing process guarantees the sureness of your drinking pleasure. Shortage Explained S-L-O-W A G E D BEER S'l-o-w Aged for Golden Goodness AMERICAN BREWING COMPANY--NEW ORLEANS--MIAMI "The 1947 REGAL Beer is ~thc finest beer we have ever brewed" We would IHco to supply ? filow-iiffcri Rcffixl Bcrr lo s a t i s f y every call for Ropral Beer in Brownsville. Slow-n^r-ms oanaot be hurried. The l i m i t e d a m o u n t of slow-aged Rcga supplied Brownsville e,ach week is your best assurance tlml Regal IK'-r's smooth, mellow, slow-aged taste will always m n k e yon w a n t more nejral. J. C McMAMN, McMANN DISTRIBUTING CO 318 West Railroad St., Phone 54, Weslaco, Texas DISTRIBUTOR OF REGAL BEER FOR THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY

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