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it, Owners STATE CHURCH TOURNEY \OPENS HERE THURSDAY Meet Tuesday t«*m» iron) all over T«XM will be in Corpu* Chritti Thur»d*y, Friday and Saturday for the annual state TAAF Church Softball Tournament. Four team* from distant points already have filed entry, Tournament Director Warren Boren said yes-' terday. They include Ro*en Heights Baptist of Fort Worth, University Baptist of Abilene, St Mark's Methodist of Bay town, and Y*k*a Methodist of Ysleta. Entries will be accepted until noon Tuesday, with a i to c« *uch- eonwnt, but practir, i j*ld of between 12 and 16 teams expected to participate, ; .!allv it mean* that ;n« «tubbom; Boren said. II. {*?)--; out. Jt caa only lie turtwti into *i etui* «wncnMga) w.i.' m««U»g by untmimowj to i cotuient oC »ll preaent. Prc«um*blyi rs «f««-H'lioJ«he»rted- l! IUT* o n t l y on o»v jn*n it would b* **«y.' wtt me«*«4. T i* Bob Moyer's Homer Output Tops in Nation Aces First Baseman Also Leads in Runs Batted In ! owner crfrUd block a landslide i f j Play'in the single elimination tournament will begin Thursday evening, probably at Jaycee, Ben Garza arid Kiwanis Fields. ' First round losers automatically will drop into the consolation bracket. . D. bwgr, Jjieveci they overshadow all othei-sj ' A three : g-»me match between 1 *« ^ e country. | j'.wo major teams to open the -new! Even so. Mover doesn't lead the i-'SSO League'' will b« unreeled ;itj league in batting "averages with his |2:30 o'clock..tills *ft»iii«o!i at the!-.327. SUin GoleU of Brownsville *M» tkt tot to 11 AMQCiat*d Pr««j Baseba! has biftger problems! ·utlMrity, th* fol- now thtu tver before and the man! j wh? is «-Jwcn to head the vast j 'Dwiffct D. JEwtnbowrr. Gen.!-ports empire will have a tough| i Mat-Arthur. G*n. Maxwelli}ob. for this reason club owners) G«i. J5kyt S. Vanden-1 ni«y go as high as I75.00C yewly | Ford Frick, president of th*jto get' the man they want. j L*ajrue. anJ W a r r e «' Among the tasks of tne new ucnn- .Giles president of ihf. Cincinnati \ missipner will be to. represent base- lied*. . . i ball in the congres»icrnt*| inoiiopo- Bwebtll recognize* tha» jbmejlx inquiry ww under way, to settle or al) wf Uie feneral* miylJt not be|the #t£vme;nt with the juinpr Jea-j available. Prominent busines* ex- gues over widespread Broadcasting j «cutive«'are *lso under consideriu-of major league games, and to df*.| ticm. Borne .good authorities b«- cide what If anything can be done: _ _ _ - - , Jltv» tieorge Trautman. boss of thi» I about baseball's cottrovenal re- j T 1 · S\ 1 1 · . T * . ftt least an 880 game average, minor leafues, is JtiH very muchjserve clause, now under heavy! H{* W I 111 * I If 111 ITV I 1 ttT \IL^^I " * in the runninjr. ! lesal attack." ! JLr\jF f f JJLJLJL'Ji V-/ViAjJLt T JLJJ.E?*' icacn piajer. V f *T**MZ ] Said one of the owners.who d«-i . t? J .. | TM* sf ^VSaSe^ One club owner confessed him-dined use of his name: i E Ver roll a triplicate score in week. He toppled 236 pins i o r h i s ^ o _ , ,h'teams''wi'll 1« eat' :if) ' self . "completely up m the air"! "We cut the list dowi~to 11 andi. boxvUnw , ; ihigh game mark and. totaled ' ^ over, the successor to A. B. Chand-jnoiv we're looking for a man to: *."',,.. F in T , ! 566 for the series. ler in baseball's top job, u anotherjtn the qualifications. Actually ihe: Dlek vvjwistnip ol the. lexas, ^^ more , eagues en( j ec i uvto a said ther* "was hardly a chance" j qualifications are the man him-.Shop Towel team in tiie Glen's 'summer schedules during the «ee"K.;creag' -the election could take place Tues-jself. We want someone in whom-Thursday League did it last wee): The American League and Mys- i Hamilton '"(184").' ' i with 13 Bob Moyer, Corpu* Christi'8;122 and total b*aes with 30T. ! great first "b*«man, tops the n*-i Jo* Koppe, Ace» shortstop, led jfcon ia hom* na» and, probably, i the k«gue in doublet with 32, the in run* batted in. i only **«· Cwp»» Christian amonj The former Texas Leaguer now! the hittrnf leaders, battlinr to «t back into the hifh Goletx, b«sid« leading m bat- i minors paced the nation's pro ting average, also sparks the « lr ' !! M ^« with -bi s 37 home runs cuit in hits with 175 and in banes *»$*?· *TM. --« GULF COAST AVERAGES Batting Averafc* SPORTS Triplicate Score Tops Bowling Oddity list NewBowling 1" W !'through games cf Aug. 12. An ac-i on balls with, 95. L*mar cagie 01 I y4KU I FIM*im !curate check on his l« RBJs isn'V Uke Charles leads m stolen bases jL/x^^yay ^^B^^/AAI? · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! . T , - * U ·-. i immediately available but it is be- (With 2o - . . . Corpus Chrisb is leading in club with .295, and boasts six t h e ? y « ? ' h 1 1 1 i n g over ,m Ray Ayers Bowling Lanes. The leaguft *-iU v provid» the stUf- est competition ever found in a league in Corpus Chrigti inasmuch an'each teatn allowed "in must have holds batting honors but his perch was uneasy, ·i Qoletz, with a batting mark of| ^375, kd all league hitters, but- Gene Depperschmidt of. Port thur Only a few elude Manager Red Koppe, .322; Gerald Jensen, .316; Jack Trench, .301; Dutch Schroe- tier, .375; M a n u e l Salvatierra. .272; Tony piPrimio,' .272; Bill .265; Jini H e l l e r . .205 Jesus Val- AB S. O. 2B 23 HR R»I tC. GolBtz,. 7J « 15 S 41.415 M » ti s «.«« 467 11« JV5 21 -' 2» 112 .J7i , TC Stt ~i 124 25 12 11 7« ,371 HediiigtUB. Bv 445 .85 163 24 2 2) M .3SS Csrjwaier, H»r IKt 1W Itl V8 . 8 i 3* .asi AllnU, CC 3W « 124 12 9 1 M'.S47 J*Hc». PA ...4U 16 H« i* » 4 8S .Stl . ... Kauser. PA ....S51 7S US 2U 3 13 ' .336 . .... WUt«. Oat ....'JSt 42117:3 1 7 !A .333 «rta, .La* ..·..112 a: S7 » U T 2T .33.1 W»r»luiaey. Har H« Si 58 U «"1 HT.3W iloyer. CC ____ 4M 122 lIKi '.'0 7 37 14S ^H7 u»vw, cc ....aasTs' » M * · SH .'^4 Koppe, CC ..438 113 Hi 32 11 14 Sl-'JK Corona, PA ....3ti2 43 SI 24 1 10 64 iai JtMi'O. CC ----- 964 M US i« a £ 64 '.3in Loyko, Bv ....41i( «7 13? 2S 4 1 4 74.315 Gayle. TC Cagle, .... Lar . . . .425 -J6 y., TC Iti4 . IS 9 22 80 ..US 51 t» 1 4 27 .311 . .3«0 70 1.12 24 2 IS 100 .ail 70 11« IS 4 V 44 ,316 uiur ne^as oaiy a lew mure au jj^. Jlei Tappe, .205 JCSUS vai- QiJ^ir Lar '"· ;-bats to bound easily into the lead., ' era ueln, .200 Ronnit; Gifford, .171 oomw/Lar '.".'.' I DcDDerschmidt snorted a fantas-. _..j i^,»_ u^^s-iat IR' rc.McCoweii.PA- «,. i D«pperschmidt jported a fantas v tic mark of .415, but failed to qua) as a leader in the latest aver- Cbozen. LC '211 19 «5 13 0 1 30.308 Ba.refo.-d. PA .271 4S S3 22 7 1U -M .SU« Frsuiks. Gal ...»«» 44 1» H 1 W ,30S Guspar, Lar ...·!« 81 141 24 611 7T .3U5 " ' · .SST St 6» IS S I 21 .sot Don Hensiek, .162. j s the percentage-wise, owners, the players, and the | at Avers Bowling Lanes. ' day. but a third declared "the;the sooner "we get a, good man the! public will have implicit faith. \Ve] marked up U8-146-146 for his se-''affa;rs* ir." ..need a man of int«llishce. Pos-iries lor the odditv of the week ; circuit H e : iery Mixed League wound up their; The other club will be captainedjsidering lus newness to the league. ' { i "nnd the Men's Industrial i by Tommy Thompson (175). withj Mover continued to dominat- th "' [f went to Shell Oiliother team members being Russ slugging d' rv over Star PremiumJGrav (192). Walter Breland (181V four divis Russ slugging departments, leading sions. He was tops better/' ineeU a man of int?llishee. Pos-jries lor the oddity of the week!circuit rolSoff "We rushed into it before, whenisibly he should have public stature!among the 11 teams rolling thereafter u victory ... Chandler wan elected in 1940, and : as well, but possibly he might' M. Ferguson of Ihe Buccaneer;Stamp. The two had tied for the:Jack Lawrence (178) and Ed Brim-; home rims with 37, leading in, a'fiing to take our timpjgain this in the job. ^LPH^IIR pained th« ton fnr thfillpnriifl Ipad OVPI- thp recular route.'er i 185'!. ' . Iruns-batted-in with 148. rJns with! , -89-1 95 350 11 S S. 39 .3M league's leading Trench, cc ....134 74132,17 4 s 66.304 "·"6 - _ o Rjini!(ei . Har _ 1M 22 4J s 2 6 ~j , 03 -Morrja. FA 159 28 48 S 1 u 17 -Site CHahuin. Lar . !S4 2 55 1 1 7 33 .J9Si Hicks. PA .....«7 S 20 4 U 3 20 .SIS Cavasos. Lar . 3SG 49 ai 11 U 11 47 .2)5 Nellies.-L C 472 SI 1SS 28 S 2.1 87 .'3\ Salsado, TC ... SC 19 27 8. 2 0 7 .a*S Cartetlieira. Gal W3 7» 1-6 ?S 3 0 83 KHJ VVIIilams, Hur .J(H) Ti 115 IS 5 12 61 ,»s , ,, n i*-lis. Gill 53 M 1ST -7 S 1 lt .'284 , .. u . u »w Pitched, 240; games, -9,i pardue, Jjr ...is- 77 HI ;!i s i so zw the j**'' ^ .,n (Skiawr, TC .. .4SS 79 1SS =1 9 5 71,28* and W1HS, 29. jiaulilante. liar «5 Bj 1!S W 9 1 4 611 ,2S4 sporting three lost Texas strikeouts _ o f P° 1 ' 1 a phenomenal feat con-: j^ h j r ~'i ea d s i tl tht^.e divisions, .are · now, said several of the owners.) "Maybe we still don't have that {highest individual game and high-' Oddly enough the meeting here i man in the list of 11. It is pos-iest individual aeries during t h e . Is not a formal, joint Hewion suchjsible we will consider soveonej Ag i? nw.ded for tlie election of a: outside the !Sst. I can't see commissioner. This is because the'possibility of an election next required .Jo-day call vns not scntidny. ^League gained the top for the 'league lead over the regular route. er (185! . |n i ""gin "outhrje of Harlingen has in i the dubious honor of leading in bases on balls, having issued 14.0; and Ramon Roger of Galveston any MAJOR LEAGUE AVERAGES LEAGUE Individual Batting . *'· Pfa " 5S33T ..,,, at, i^-w.ns . , KobHwoit. Chi 33 «w«, , Cht DiK ?iT I · Boerr, Bon : Ste-rsn. Ctil Jtfullfn, Del Coiilns. KT . . Cel«miui. 8JUC -.« n itt sa is 1* IM.-M-IST 8 ,T» wsfl e _ .. jtTitt. JW IS Cbr.4H J8H3 2« S O* -?ST 48' 70 » 2 4* , IH " H!i,:~ J. HIS-- I.. Austin LL, -- CTl. MOMJAV l.ATK, .ME.V HTC-- J W»!!».ce Busters I.AIUK.S St'MMKK . HIO-- U, IMVencinw .................. 1T2I H18-L, B»l« L! __ Mi-Croon's LKACil'K. .MEN NlM-cr* HTSt-- Central Owiut HJfl-- M. Kfrsu»»n HIS-- M. Kersuson ...... ,.. = ,. ....... SSfi NATIONAL LEAGUE InUividual Butting AMEKICAX il Ijv , irro-- j HTa-- aehliu 1«7 So !·!!? 2" S » 50 -IU8 ST KS :'4 3 78 Jri EdwarUs. akn-Cui SI 10 20 ti 0 1 » 31 ,!»» Coopsr, Bos. ...,,2tSO 76 IS 1 U 41! .3111 j SUL- ... .I'M 4Q 8! :7 4 i jp . s o u i H I f t (.Mcn.i--Mui Armjnlrout Chl ' ' \*!U 2 SJ ?, i 5 " *" I STM ' Mln'lSSIIi T«r as 3»l SI 117 i.' 3 i j (H ,aui i m t - (jjutlMl -- Kimlra Perrlns IB 4 7 « ..leu' nip, f l j d K M i -- K l m j r * r*ffl"if r?»LA I.KAODK ass at u» « 5 is *7 .JM.- . H1A IS) 13 45 10 2 1 1.1 .2!1 " ft 3J 71 !l S 113 1» U SS 3u2 :itv sj js a a iii a»s 7 0 3 : «» T* 131.21 * 2? SJ'.SSW Bos. . . . M«tkovleh. PHts. Siiltfpr. Bkn; HIO--M. HIS--H --s»ii I leads in complete games with 23 ' Although he boasts ihe best percentage, T a p p e is third among Corpus Chwsti pitchers in wins. Valenzuela is tops with an 18-4 mark and Heller is second, with a 16-4 standard. Others include MinH 11-7; Ray Sims. 1JJ; H«nsiek, 6-8. Tom Pullig, 8-13; and Joe Berry, 1-2, Mocrc. LC siuch, 38v .... . , Row, Lar . Faucett, Bv Marrow. PA fio» .nr , _ . .. K*ll. lct ,,.,. 41* «5 J3fi 1« JiunauK «'»*h UO id 3» n (i n i» Avila, tMe.' ..,,,!7H ^x i^; t ] i 37 ^Jj i Bteciwrl), cm. cs««. H-..H- - y s w g i a a J » «.^:A««bur«. NV Jt» .'r: s; -40 , 524 71 IM t« 8 'I! .... ,337 «7 HO ^2 , W 1«« 57 5u 7 , Oi-Ph ia? 36 jr* " ,. Box ..,^iijt M 97 31 :eiltr, O«t , , . , 43 * 13 ! o«K«m»». lh« ,3Wi 71.1511 E! fltrrt. ST 3H2 «« l'I B«n«r, ,VY ...'.S« 3S. 7» 12 itcCo«ky. Ph.Cl 3U « B 2 OrcUi/Ul.'......!» 38 fl S i^ilchftl. C1»**.-S43 « 101 Ji y»l«, Fhii ..,,,31* K KS t7 # i) .«? W US 17 ,;49S 71 117 31 ,511. S3 « III . .1*7 IS ' M * ' ,381 47 109 W ·- - .»* S« "«4 U 1 7 4ii TO'g-.JS !'r*» TT 1 * w 3 is «;sw vwnmrr, iw« *.**« ^t , w* * ^ Xsliowmy. D« .1SS 19 «3 _. * fl rrlddy, 0et *" - -- ' -- - - - - Cle Dtlslnf," St. I. mrry. Pct'.ii Younn. St. L., KY ..326- .'.8M · J J 4 38 3 S ' » ' . 88 7 4 17 71 , 113 2 . 9 4 5 23 ;2« . -2" · Rosen. ci- . Uer «-·'. ..«5.1 119 11 6 V 21 -J« ,.S51 SO ; 87 3li U » J^ A ! 64 11 0 H S .2fi 33 4 2 I 13 .2'' ,SS5 "4 . .S4 I',' I* * .59..M i no r.s w 14 a 3 so .2n B*'-8 "Bo«-St. L.1S) 14 42.11 1 13-.2' Cvv ''W 1Q " "· " ·'" " Tpa[. Wash' .,..»» 7n llfi 21; 1 i 'ZtrflJa.-. Chl.';..-279 « TO '« "ill ;iP.';;30n « 78'ii a 8 '.si .j* St. i. -104 1J . 2T 2 .-1 1.1 14 -«« eaeroia.-'.Ky--.'.M8»| J t ' S J - g . - ' V ^ -ft*o,*-.V-^|.»..g^-«'«^--?» .;; 47 s' 12 i s I 7 ov --3 " i 25 30 7 1 '·US 19 37 10 0 4 ' "- -- .2S -.*. 1 .-I! .11-V-. - t 0 S9 .247 · 1 ·· B 41 .24.7 '33 ~3 « ' 0 ..? .244 i-i'ir'-'-sMO: o n fi ..433 (« 12-tf a» 4 9 SI ,27S CT1. ,. .-.3SS 55 108-JB'3"13 K) .577 Knn«. PhlKi- '.... J23''(i7 116 l^s'll 67274 St. If ?M M 7? m 3 4 H!V -Mil*.-. ,, -K. Goldsmith HIS--J. Harvey ., Vikuigs To Open Season On Sept 20 ;' jj e i Mar College's. 1951 Viking football team will open a nine- game schedule Sept. 20 at Kilgore College, Head Coach. Ed Kelley announced yesterday. The first of five home games is slated Saturday, Sept. 29, against Texas Lutheran College in Buccaneer Stadium- The remainder of the schedule: Oct. 5 (Friday) Sehmner Institute in Kerrville; Oct. 12 (Friday) Rice Institute Freshman in Houston; Oct. 20 (Saturday), Ranger Junior College in Corpus Christr ^TMs,'5 k ' H ^ f\f*t. *5T /Ovi t i i f·/^o^f^ /^non* ^IrtV ^ r ._-»_ * » * · . 7?6 .SIM sis .,491 GIVE IT THE ONCE OVER--Cecil Weaver, owner of one of 'tne'stboi ears 'seen here in the auto races every Tuesday night, gives his car a preliminary check before taking it onto'the track for testing before the races begin. Weaver's car, driven by one of the state's top drivers, George Carroll, is one of the leading winners at Corpus-Christi Speedway this year. . . ,, · * . . Cnx. BKn ... fl, Bkn MiTullmi«:H. Pin. lf)(i 18 .2S2 4S 77 1 S a 7 33 ',* 417 HI 113 !fi 2 33 71 .271 1 CHECKED, RECHECKED . Ki-ls?r. Pltt«. 'ilwards, 3 · 117 "(I "fi S i ,S17 !.'. Rl .412.P! 111 5 22 ,2Tl 2 13 .271 1 21 ,-.'71 J 42 .:'7« 2 34 ."7n iTexas League 1) 3-1 . ') 1 13 !f«si Safety of Utmost Importance letters ' -"· ' V ' ; . ... : 1 ' - . ' ' -.· ; 1?«« TVa 'a. TC ...275 M 7S 13 4 fl SI ,%Emery. LC ... 4X; l!S Ii2 IS 1 n ii4 .382 Landnun, Bv ,r£J « 65 IS 3 6 21 .280 Tep.ilc. Har ...iJS-, S2 (S 1U 411 43 ,2,SO Caldwell, Har . 75 6 ' 2 1 : 5 0 1 12.280 Harper, U;-qaI 355 5« 99 17 J 10 50 .279 Kramer. PA .. .269 49 7i S 6 2 33 .27!! HOStr. Gal .... 86 .1 24 S 1 1 9 .270 tewlnskl. LC .. M 7 1(1 2 0 0 4 .27H Murff. TC S7 16 25 1 0 1 13 .278 E.Sfiirobder, CC 138 15 SS 7 1 u 34 .27$ Culvlno, Gal ...4M 4S ill 15 1 i 4«-.37S A'Ulghbors. TC .239 37 lift 1! 4 ft 43 .272 S-a!vatterra. CC 485 10) JM SO 7 27 1£* .2n D: Prlmio. CC 2M 41 55 » i 5 39 ,270 7-( S 50 S T 1 It 27(1 514 KM 138 IS 7 31 ,26S ^- Nea.se, Hjr .,..33S 51 M 14 6 a M-26s Hocketibury. CC S21 SS 139 2« 6 S «6 .Slio HlSstns Har 327 61 86 M 8 1 22-2CS Weber. By ... 476 K 1S5 24 513 84 ,2£i MOHteaetiao, Cal 1(16 20 43 S 0 2 , 23 .25!) Naaert. Har ...482 7 0 1 2 3 2 7 2 7 69.239 Gallart. Lar ...JIB W 110 14 1 7 43.258 " ' 445 71 115 20 3 13 M .2!» 3ST S3 »2 IS 2 13 47 .258 H*r . S69 Ti 95 J6 }. 17 .70 .217 Creech, PA 47 5 12 4 i 8 9^165 Laumann. TC .2SS B« 71 » 2 T SS .^SJ, MoiO. TO MO 40 72 IS 3 4 30 .IMS ' ' Bv ,2RT S3 ll'M 2 2 2S .547 . 7 7 « 19 6 P n ' K .247 .441 58 107 23 4 4 43 .243 .'.37 7 , 9 2 1 0 4 . - -'43 Ware, OaU 48 9 14 1 1 2 5 ,241 M.RodrJmier, Har 25 2 6 2 0 0 2 .240 Heller. CC .....77 X IS 3 0 J 11 .234 V»ld«. Lar ..,.64 11 IS 1 0 0 S .234 Gumbert, Gal . 3(1 12 63 2 (I 5 J] .231 J.JleUow»-il. Cal 31 0 7 2 0 0 0 ,r.'(j Plahfr. TC 2Tfi 4S H2 S 7 0 24.223 Tyson, LC 68 9 la 3 1 1 11 .1TJ1 Contreras. Oal .41 3 ! 1 1 0 Villam-al, bar . 3 2 r . " S o u rzijuierdo. Cal ki2 k" 33 B 0 1 Bolm. LC ......23 fl 1 U ft Morrison. LC , 40S 42 8S 11 Sprentali. · , 118 2U 25 9 ii (1 10 .217 '. .257 35 .21(1 0 .211! . ISiwlc. Li; I Tappe, CC Oct 27 (Saturday) openrNov. 3 (Saturday), -Wharton County Junior College in Corpus Christi; Nov. 10 (Saturday) Cisco Junior College in Corpus fibripli^y.jtl? ., (Saturday), Universtly 'of HoustoH^Fresh- " raah in Corpni "and :NbV. !;. T*"t-S'uL." 't - . ,. _ _ _ . « '-S! i Siiwt, Chi 4!i "263 ""fstk'i' 1 . Bos. . 1 -.. N'ffson, s.u'-piii'l ':. CM. . . . '. Pi:!. ,?.;'.? J,s r 1 " 1H n .^fP'.'i^ !" S I t 21 yK.1 ·!« .'iT. «S «! 4 4 17 :?.« : !*1:3n .-«.-)· X 3. 1 11 '2M! 174. ?l 4« fl 2 2 1T .W' 1 ,3S1 4.1 Sf, 15 2 4 2S ,2tKi .*^3 ^s us IT s s so .;m | 51 4 0 2 14' .201 63 9 3 214.26111 " 1" II To Car Racing'Drivers By TAGL1AUDE r-rce. fer's'.aear, to prevent- spraying ^27 as 12 v.219 4 -21 HOBP NY ;... 51 1ft i- oSiso,'Wash v.115 12 24 2 aapet NT^,: VlDT -11- 21 S 2 - 0 10 .Ifffli n o S .191 SS . n . S ,-172. First! Each; car is, required to have ajollne"over : the .track and possibly. A .slogan known lo every who can read and hear, and one that is continually drummed into the general public by every; known form of ad? ?' ^ ^^ .253 - - ' * the slogan .io\ 9 TM :ii K? ^J?! to; 'a-i'"'-certain.-' tj'pe of. aiito driver, ·si!! it takes on a real meaning- and - is 3pi':! IprjaQticeii ;to;^the' fullest;; ;esieiitr " it mav seeni, "" an iron brace against the top of the car that will help prevent -the- top:(from, smashing in itf \the event of an; ac.cident: the seat"-tnuBt be welded 1 to "tiie frame of the car/and ·,\viiji\the seat .must also be a safety belt, securely fastened front- --pulling :'; prev«ht;;;jt starting a. fire.'-' At least one wrecker arid art ambulance are standing by in the infield at all .tones during races lor use; iri-,aiv emergency and although it dccsn'i happen o ft en. they /sometimes 'come; in inighty handy. .22 (Thursday) Victoria College in Victoria^ '.'···'."'.'·'·''·' ,'·"-'.-" '"·" "" " ' .Only two South Texas Conference games appear on the Viking schedule--the traditional Wharton game iii Buccaner'Stadium and the Thanksgiving Day season fi-; nale in Victoria. The other four members of the Soutli Texas loop~j Laredo, Uvalde,. Brownsville' and; Edinbur^--have dropped football | because '.of the draft, pinch and i reduced eni'dllments. . . " . . - . :i Edinburg and Uvalde announced j decisions to drop .football, for this :The 195} , Texas l^fa^e__cam-Jyi6^'^^ar_biacS''.as;'i^t.'Agwl, and ; is shaping up as'one of "the: Brownsville; and Lared6 follbwed st offensive seasons in the j suit during.; the ; . summer thereby, league's 'h.istjpr y . with, a new adding to schedule difficulties for For New Low modem era record in sight for jmpotent" club/ batting^.;;;/: : ; ; · ; ' ; . . League fans would; have to look 'back as far as. 1918 to find a year in" vrtiich the/.-, pitchers ; ;d6niinated the patters "-more'.;than they ,have to · date ftis season. ··:..:{KThe, Tulsa.·;'. diksrs^'seventh iri'.:the ! tiiis ta,\: after safety ; for- driv^ league iin.' standiirgs,;/were; -setting Bach, driver Is required to wear ers'.rivigHt" prompt .Qne:. to-' "ask aie'battfiig pace-'.vritli" : ari tinimpres- a metal safety helmet, equipped inside'^th.v'febipei^r^ipfvjpadaiag,' cap, / arid:: a ,'w h:a;t' the;;fahs?:V;,Ion't they're, well protected. A; ,,_,-,.__., -- ....._...,,-.-,--,,...--.,-- large: iron; fence,, high enough to ^istrong:?strap rWith: which to; hold|p r event-/a car from : ciimbinglover,' Goggles, also j sive·-.''.257 /average'. and/."generally top average has been, moving' " " 'ag/ihevseason^gr e: : w the three; remaining. ; cqnferene .member?. '"''·''-,/;':-" : " '-"'/.":!;./.-v '~A, f :At Kilgore, home of the famed Raugerijttes drill'team, fie ViMngs will face one of the Nation's top junior college grid squads ;to" their season ppener. 5pne tr-orn the^95Q Del Mar schedule;;',- in addition stQ tte; four conference schools : menf tionied,; are San: Angelp Junior College, i ; ; Paris ''". Odessa' College,; ; College, ; and' - ' fbrStfie; ViMngs,; older. built on eacli;"curve : in f i Back; in; : l9lS;;:vVaco ; won;'the' bat- recognise the. practice! it. ; insure i f i V6*( i - -.w---.. -- -- --7- ,.f ·*·-*, ~ -- cjo- -r -- - -. j li/ja . UCCi* UUJ.J.i. Wll CAV-AA' ^Jtu. n y -»-it j - , . . . - ; . 1 . . . . . - " - , - . , . _ · · l o t the. .type used by "airplane pi-1 the track, and a cyclpne-type fence ting .title wito a ..253; average-- : : - - . - jlbts, are a.lso.required. ; . . 'jprptects the stands.-.frpni the ; \vhiz-itha^ l^^ .^ ^P 6 ,'^; 1 ? 1 " 1 ' Each driver, is vequirfd. to use [zing cars on th,e. : ,straiglata\vay. the safety bolt at all tinies ahdJs I The stands sit;-back'·". quite - a dis-; .timmetj K Pitther's Records ' -2 · .'. .-. - . G IP H SB SO W I Pet.! ;'.« 13.-5 171 71 fti 19 :-.««{ ,.l?"9l. SS 28 42 S 2 .$WI\ ..-4S 91 S5' 34 «2 7 2 ,77Sj ..2S ·» S«2'3S M 7 2'.77S! . .22 172 152 55 «3 15 «' ,7U i ,.in «) SS 22 ::o s ·· ,7Ut i\Sl ISt 145 74 Si 14 « ,7(W! V.31 1SS.15T.6I S5 16 7 ,Wfi!' ,.!G 192 1S8 7S 121 16 , .30 162 HI 57 SS'IS ... . ....-CW..-.33.1CH 111 S5 52 i SiWirt. DM ,..-;.* 7B 7! (4 H" 4 Mawe.ro. Wasft 18 JtS 14S 53 5,1 n (i .«? ScarborouKh. B 25 133 W» 49 M ! S -.ftis! Kin*. -Kuzava. W-S1T .' ; 2l J'- 121 49 S 9 5 .«S «-"-'·· Jl*nin; Phil ^..29187 1M 81 25 7 4 .K!S Dobson. Chi ..,24 129 137 « 54 7 -i .S3B SSotsbs,, Bos . .21 123 135 51 48. S 5 ,«15, Xlley. Bo* .... T 1 S3 *" IK ' · I S 2 .«0oi ...·X*mo». C3e"i.'i.SJ 1S3 182 S3 S7 13 9,;59i . ..Consuegra. -Wit.26.104 .105 50 20 7 ;S .58S Sh»ntz» Phil .-..23 135 157 4*i 5211 8.570 Pirnell. Bos ..:,26.155-172 55-.47.12'-.» .571 no stone is leit unturned to assure every type U safety to, the driver orice be s«ts on : .the .track. : :To-'the ftulp' racer, and 'the.: own-; ^ u s a f f o r * but that ; wasn't . the 'league's"-lowest ebb. That point vvas in 1910 when Houston wort it with , : a 1240 stick f 60 «. Bv 50 7 JI Yultnxuela. CC 70 JO it Walters. TC 35 3 · Hernandez, Lar-Har 165 20 K Thomas, TC-LC 3S 9 It . 10S ft 23 2 « n 10 .21~ . 211 M SO 0 ft 2 2j .207 12 .17 2 a 0 1 .205 S j: 2 U I) !' ,21X1 7 JO 1 0 0 * .200 I) 23 - 0 0 JacKson. Har . Cblpman, PA .. SO Cendan, Lar ...W Agnlra. Cal 23 GlfforiJ. CC . MldklK, B-/ . Parra, Lar . - ' ' CC . . P A .. Outline. H»r Blanco, Bv .. Mehal, Bv .. 3 0 C 0 fl 0 K 11 2 0 U 30 35 4 0 U (I 4 4 5 ..82 12 H ..41 3 7 . 79 13 13 1 ,. 37 1 6 ,,73 5 11 -,7S 11 31 ,,-iS I) B . XI 4 « , . S « - 4 6 1 _ 0 fl 2 3 0 0 0 I 1 0 0 0 « 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 .200 3 .200 11 ,tt4 3 .290 S ,1S9 S .IfJi 8 .lf.4. 0 .179 8«jt 3 .17! 12 .165 3 .162 * .151 7 .141 5 .1:5 S .113 4 .1ST ,,,,.. Pitchet!s · " ' ' ' · ' · -.- .-. - s.C.iOP B B*,BO W-L Pet. Tond. JL.C" ......2 0 : 17 34 10 13 IS 1; Wehuot. Lar'..-, ! 0 7: 23 - · T -.· · 4 1 0 Slow. QC·.-. .-I- 0 18 -S8 1H'.-«' S u Tappe. CC . 15 3 7« 14 62 72 74 S Valteuela, OC .18 4 81 161 64 47 JSO 14 Caldwell. Har. W 4 42117 a 42 1M 11 Heller. CC 16 4 JJ1-J9S S6 60 9711 Po-wcll, Rar ....16 7 1(13 Ifl3 76 t 10T 13 Rogers, Gal ....18 10 92:2J7 77 52 122 23 togao. Bv IS .9 HI 193 100 63 109 12 Murff. TC .16 9 76 166 «3 82 115 SO Chipman. PA . 20 12 152 2M 114 78 -T4^21 VaWez. in ....13 R 9S-20n S3 : (T7 111 IS Ramsey. Bar .: .16 30 110 -218 SI 84 127 IS . Hfnjt. C 7 05-184 70. 44 5 )S Gmnbert. Gai i. 9 B SB iTi 71 25 :67 11 ^.Ttnrtrig^pa. BV fl fi B7 i.Ti'-t.!)' W 7?s 10 Cer.rtfT!. tar ....in 7 9S 174 S4: .B1 137 11 Midfelfr. ,Bv ...i 7, B 42 77' 45 54,-SI .9 Walter: T^ .... 7 ft SB-"'' ?* TB c n !·;· Salsndo. TC ....16 12 VI 217- 9fi fll 22!) 17 Tsckson-- Har . 12'lM JOO-1W-.W- ! SI '6! IS Crfftl*. P A ...: S 5 49 -SI 4S-. «7 S3 . n f.ove.' PA .... in 9 11,1 i7« rr vi7 ; s - I B MebaL Bv". 10 9 110 191 flS 44 37 "S Parra. Lar 1" 9 1(18 i"fi ."«5;,S1 ..'57 1* Tyson, LC 1110104.178 SU · fig'; 18 Mf Thorhas. .TC-LC 12 12 98 SOS -'S9 '27 63 Jfl VHtarresLL Lar. S 8 73-i3«'- - ji» 42 71 5 Contreras,'Ga! . 8 6 4910S.-40 40 60 6 Brlnffas': -' Gal -..2 2 SO- SO 21 13: ?4 0. Agatra^ Gal,... 5 « 69; 101 54 43 60, 4 Hensiefc. p.'.v,..;6..8; « 120 59 : ,;47:.,5S ; 5 BiaB^J^fln 1 -* JJj «9'l71 : : »?.··»; 76 19' -pox, TC' ii-.-... .3 3 5S ?5 39 ;55-:S9, 2 --*· - ^ ! 1 8 IS 1W 215 -W-SS " Wil* : g 13 91 Tfi5 88:-S* 15 10 .Giithrie,,::Har,::.::'6JU..12?.3SJ 'SMW 8S;'8 Montcagufio. Ga 510 Htt . 3 S -44vTS ,34 -;3S'c22 .-;.4, 2 4 - 34"-n:;33..-ll- 20 t BeSyrc. ...... I : 2 5 - 9 3:,9v;4;.;0: rtaTrett: TC ; ..:l-2 so 7«, 4« : 25'.in -.0 jSSr^PA ...... I 2.'"'IS;'. 23 IS 20 :«;-1- - - - - - 7 60:,gn.;'« ..S3 ,42,.5; Assis* tarit; Ctoaiii'iNielf ;l,ania, Mil begin j : There was : Jiftle. difference i in j " But a doser look attliese dare.- npt ell ed Io rembve it at anyitance from the track, devils on whtfelB 'will show yoj that ufee : ^.^-.^^ unless in the {big a little more protection in casej.^ '^re; was ;: -jiiye. -oiiieren event of n accident and even I one of the: cars -should .find a weak!the '.top^-fiye^clubs ,.in-,_tbe . theii ;.he must; wait until there- isjspot in the -fence and decide toj. avera S es " strung mt · Behind:,the; no danger. 6f any carjcome : .through. . . .j him or his vehicle. ;· | Don't "think that all., these pr.e-.j ' "Trophies for. Salvation:;Army, atod ; I the;?Rebeli;-:. winners^of;:^"-"-^^ .1 double, Elimination ation .Department, 'ml be priesent-- ed -Thursday : nign"t. aj: . C!6 iorgan. 'NY .': Kinder; Bos Jvlxoa. Bos ti - NY '. -.-sf --: Cle Reynolds, .NT Pitcher's Records . o . !'-·; '.potnrd. CHI. ..3! ·! ,'jiil j ""tr!!i?. N - .y. :. Hi f ; .667 j Sewwitlh". Bh. 27 !, T"? T » M pe^ T,T. StlfiS inh trts K t". bo a s t e d of its- reputation as . J?kti. S 2 Bl!1 ci n "i 12 S .7llfij V^'T. V.Yv' '. . ... . SIcDcraiott. Bs 2S 152 . . . S1 118 8 « .S7I "-ii--h. »'-(i. .. ! Qatrowskl.-TT .,26 C7 ( S I S . - 2 2 4 a .571 Hutchinson. Dt C2 134 135 ;:! 46 ' g S .571, . ... IXH-Js'b.-CM ....22 SS 6122 17 ·«·-3-.S71 -'*"neMn. f\ Pierce. CM".'..-;27-lJO 175.63 « 11 10 ,BI*! "-Wr,rA. P'«. Wync, Cro .ii.-.SS 1TO ]» 77 11)6 U 11 ,522 «qn-( W 't. cin Cain. Chl-Dot ..2S 127 11R ttl 45 ! S .5;Ot"-^-'"i, r^s Holeombe. Chl. 19 1IH SS 49-.-SS-.8 · S .5)0|?t^cv. st T. Rcgovln. Dt* £0 180 139 61 63 ,7 7 .SoaHw'.-ont Bos Ktwhouser. Dt 15 96 9S lit 36 6 6'.SCSI *'»«», " Wleht, Bos ....24 79 SS 43 27 5 5 ,500\,T*n« Jadson, CM ...17 82 52 32 26 4 4 .5TO ' ' - . . . ....21 6S 66 27 2S 4 4 .500 JPort«rf!e!d. NY Wash. ChtJcales. Cie ..34 5S 6635 S8 Hooper, PhU ..2S 132 132 43 15 Trucks. Dct ...26 «9 51 42 30 8h«a, NY ......24 SS 9« 46 30 Johnson. SL-W 20 125 1M «2 Si) BrllSlc. PWt-CI Sfi SS 7! 4S 33 Btdrden, W-Dt 23 72 7S 44 SO Rucs.6, Phil ...24 47 57 IS 18 "- - - *i tiT -iin K=, n^nn. 1 f riB." Kei'ner. Phil ..2.1 147 iQ ia ft' Trout, Del 31 Iflfi 14 5S t!) 7 Harris, Wash ..29 fit W "1 M 4 Morenu. Wfls!) .21 103 M ffl ::i ,| FovKr, Pnt! ...17 !'S 11! W Ifl 4 S .OT .' SSJarr. Sil^'A^h IS S5 M ;ii :fl s ·! ,.i;«: Byrn«. NY-Sit IS 7S 6« »o -41 3 ii..153i Krf-'.^oK, Ch! ..17 77 7,'i -H .'·. :; ft ,n-.ii Twylor, B« .,,.2,' 7'» ,y^ -'.in i! : 4 ?t .:tn^' ·A'Wnwr, StL . ,2'J SS ! 4 S 4 VI 4 !*.:»«: ·Kflfort), X-W-SI.2J) 74 7!l fi; 21 !! J j(«l Fiii«ttf, si. L...n no vt: si v i sa . » n i Znl(!»l(. P l H I ...2'1 SO W IS II .'i * ."Ji| Cr«y. D(!t ;.'..!» .1*1 l.ia «. W ": Hi'.i'ilV Coi«rntn, Phil .52 7* S7 1R 10 1 » .!« *l-Ky in «fi W M Jn I 7 .I'M 'Jill .. .m J21 11? «1 « 1 11 .CS;^ at. i., 22 «i M a yi o «.000 = 3 S .500 7 S ,.|«7 5 S .455 ,,. 4 ,\.444j.-«filr,r, 2 3 .'I0(!; ".Vein 2 3 .400 j ',- r (..v,t »i(i ', - n ,s*fli»pri-oH-'-i, cm 12 ,36S! o,^^^ ri«. S .333- S "V, '· ,«».!.'. ..,"1 . Pl-St ' -n.,n»r. '^1, ttl'T. (-*hf, ' n i t i . Cm ritt. ml in* couple of program. :-·'-'·' Most drivers begin checking in at the Spet.way anwhere from 5:30 .to 7 o'clock, and that period probably the- most important of jfSithe night 'to them. For it is then J.'^jthat the i"jrs are checked and re- ·t '.SSB'I heckeiS in preparation for Uie two | ;^ hours or so of racing that draws «|'^ the fans In by the thousands. T ;«iij After 'chockJn.sr into the pits the * ·JJUJi drivers, or sometimes' the owners ? 'v-iof: the .c.s'-r t a k e , t o the track for 0 ·^{'several trial spins around the qitar- ·i !'!·»'«iter mile oval. There-they concen- 1'V.'.~i*vato not or speed b\it on -the ' '^ fianner in \vhich the car handles 1 iywjand the vay the motor is running'. 51 -^ ] Steering- gears, tires and the engines get a thorough checking and the least fault discovered in the trisl rims arc immediately repaired, for cne slip later on may welt mean life or deatli. Track Standards · , - ' , , v . Besides the 'safety standards re.' Hlp^ · fniirert by the drivers themselves,}*"""**'"'" jthe cai's anc* drivers must also] i m u f t i t i i i n co'r'tnirt stsnUards-set. up! I by thf Iri'C.S'. Bach drix'ec, upon! i checking in, sigti* a form v^'eas-; -.ing 1 Ihp c?ir owner and the track; from any responsibility for injur-; jics in the race. : j Tlie rtt'ivpv also pays SI and in; {return rccoivos a .5500 insuranro i 11 . s season; tieket.sale-/;fpr t h 4| " 'ijfli schedule.at"pel. Mat' tiegins tomorro.wrjV ,- Busi.,,,, ....^ager George Blevins said averages have been iff the -270:s yesterday - - - :;. · - - ; . . J *,,* .9«n'c-'rir.«:ioinai whAn-Hm,.*. ? Last;^e^ ticket holder wishrj _ , College 1 'pitcher's 'league ," but b a 1 1 ing j ness since and ton and Dallas WOE the titles, wita marks of .264 and '-266 respectively./ · ' : . ' · ·' ' ' ; A ' · ' . · - . . - . . : --· ' · ' Individual hitters, too, may set a new low mark. The current league leaders--Grant Du n 1 a p ot Shrevepbrt and Butch Pieman- 'of ing ; tp reserve -the.- same seats as j last season 'are requested to send in their checks«;immediately, Blevv ins said. Those nolding last season tickets will be 'given priority for the same seats this fall. , ' : · ' ; : All Viking -reserve seats ; are lo- OMahoma City--were hiUiag onlyjcated between the 40, yard lines on at a:.319 clip, the lowest since the^west side of Buccaneer; : Sta- Gordara Donaldson- of . Tulsa Aypptdium. .J$Ieyins said. Seats without I the ciwn with that figure in 1940.] backs .will be sold for S5 for the «~ '.policy covering him .duj-sny the 1 SOMETHING ELSE TO CHEtK--Cecil Weaver, satisfied with Ihe outside of his automobile, moves inside to give the steering gear and other inside mechanisms a thorough going-over. This procedure is only one of many owners and drivers must go through before putting their cars on the local track to compete, in the.wild iwjce weekly. \ Individual ..leaders through games bf Wednesday n i g h t included Bob Balcena, San Antonio, runs (87); John Temple, Tulsa, hits (146) and stolen bases {25}; Frank Kellert, of Oklahoma City doubles- (36); Omer Tolson. San Antonio,,, and Jim Fridley, Dallas, triples (10 each); Jerry White, Houston, home runs (33); and Russj Burns, Dallas, and Jim Dyck, San! Antonio, RBFs (98 each). Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell.j Hoston · fireball southpaw, iookj over lh^ strikeout leadership dur-j ing the week from Dtik^ .\rarkell' ! of Oklaljonm City, his 18 whiffs against Dallas pivinc: him a 398 total to Mnrkeli's 1?2. Bob Turley of San Aiilonio, \v!io had pitched the most complete: STAIN es won lead US) with A! Papai- Sf.' H^USTwTT,""XJ-Jlllc Aiarkt!!! · hsti; worked Uic most innings (-'JS6). j five home game schedule/ Blevins pointed out, while seats with backs will sell for'§6.25. · Tickets should be mailed to season holders the first week .in September, , ' ' · ' - · KILLS DANDRUFF GE«MS Icbomtry Jcifn pfo»t contiu wv^ thot \OX.1-OENE kU!-. StlJ S is* A Rrwtity D A N D R U F F TAILORED MADE '-.EASTS- ·^tta.ss: op ? - -ior-meii ; ana-,»?.omeB':,''.; : . :.' '' --Hundreds or: New : »?».tterns-- : ' ; , - /SUBWA^' TAILORS-'',- .; ' Oldest ana Largest iiercnaat ·;,..--' ... Tailors in Thus. Tetrltprs.·,'. 707 No. :haD2fral St. '.for DRESS, WESTERN, .PEE: SONAL from LOO/np. MIREUR LEATHER GOODS *09 MESQlTtTE DinJ 2-0469 Everything: F5jrnished Except The Drivtr · When You Hive A Truck « \Vhen Tou Need An Extra Truck DIAL 2-9646 Pick-ups, Panels,. - es, Y;ius Rent l»-- Uniir, !)il». \\wti. nt I.MJISI Trni LfUHf TRUCK LEASING ft\*t! %vKr. 1721 Leopard

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