Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 3, 1951 · Page 6
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 6

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Tuesday, April 3, 1951
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PAGE SIX · LAS .ClWCfifl (H, M.) 'News Artesia Seeking Class C Baseball AKTKS1A. A p i i l II tfl'i - Tho I own of Artcslii lian j i c f j t i i r c r l t\vu- t l i l n l f i i n l c i e j i L In ilu cl:tSH C btiHf- Ij.-M! rlitb from Dr. Mnriiliall Dyke Qf lioryor, Tex. cij y u i i t f t n l u y it MiiK rniKcil all but 5-:i,Uf)0 tn HiV.ft over the f r n n c l i i t i t oi tin: nallin|;rr, Tc.x., Cats from Uylit;, bt-lnf; ri-culled to ru-tivo f i r m y duty. The Arlosln rlnb, Mltc IJiillin^'Ji', in Ji iiiftrnber "f tin: f m i i i a tltian D Lo » C cii-ciiit this A l t i - r IJylu- di'cMH in «cll tlu- t w n - t h i n l f ) inlcrfsi. 'Ivn Ail'i.slii littHi*)Hill i:lllhlir.llifilH. hoadcil by Ilowant WlilUdn. oM:iim'il iilwlc- v:i I n r Jiri.oiiu. Whllson f-aid, t h i t ' |i|u.H v i r t u a l , iitisiirnnrc of llm ni\\c\ 5:i,()()0, niwkca r.ovtnln t h a t UK; A r If.'ii.'i Drllk-i.'i 'A'lll l i c l r j 11 I cam :"ur nn'inbtTH ai'fl JUjfiWiHl, OdL-Kiiii, 11150 I'luiiup. HlK .Sitr 1 !!!^, Vin-jir.n. ".TH AiiK'?l«, Swrt*twiiU:r ,'inil .Miillnnd. Exhibition Ball ll.v The Ansiirlnlril l'ri"i« St. l.oiiln I N ) ?.. Ibisliin (A) 0. W n n h l i l K t u n ( A l 5, C l i a t l n i l i m g a I S A ) . . ' ! . New Vurli ( A ) -I, C l e v e l a n d I A ) i.' 1 1 1 i n n i n g s ) . I ' h i l n i l e l p l i l n I N ) «. llniolilyn I N I 7. San A n l o n l o ('I'M 7. HI. J j i n l a I A I S. (.'hlciiRo (A I III, A i l a l l n I H S I 1. llonton "A" IN) v.i IVnsa'ola lani-i-lled, r a i n . I'.ratcin "II" I N ' ) vn Atlar.'.n i.'i/. I i-iincelled. l u i n . I n l l n - Unilod Slnli'S. eight i-oiin- l i i - H mid molt- llian a dozen towns a i r n a n i l - d ' afl|.|- l . a f a y r l t e . Illi! FirnVlillian Who heljied America f i g h t tile Revolution. Von Elm-Jones Feud To Open In Goli Meet AUGUSTA. C«.. April :', i/T .^TOi-jic Von Rim. who H-jrr:ly would have hern one ol the i, r rcat .-ill- lime cliampions of golf liail lie been bum In anoliier via. lias V-onie to ihc Masters ton'rnnmcnt tn sec an oltl iiomeHla. Koliljy .lonra. "It will he a nice cxjiericncL 1 . to ,.,i'.«t Hubby n.i-c-to-fauo for once." Hie iwilhciry. 51-ywir-olil Californi a n snlil loday. "For years I look- Ml at n o t h i n g but hi" heels." Von Elin'a linlia feud with Uif A l l a n l a grand .shiinmpr s|ianned two dociKlia and us m a n y contl- ni-nls. lie has not si-ru .lones 'or 2(1 years. The Whittle!-, Calif., IhlXS a i c l l l l e r t s a k l : '"I sllolllilll't resent JoneH. 1 suppose. liM-nusc if I hud been born noiiu- ulllcl time It's no telling w l m l . I w o u l d have won. Jnalciul I Iliinli He's womlerfiil -- ilic |c»t golfer a n d llio who over lived. ...ylli-ll was dm! at till! A l i g u s t a N a t l o n n l coijrsi- today to help open I.- ITilli A n n u a l Jliislrrs iolirna- lent Tliuralay. Hardin-Simmons Wins Third Dual Tourney ABILENE. Tex.. April 3 l/n - Hardin-Sinunons University won is third straight dual golf meet yesterday liy defeating Texas Western of 1C] I'aso 8-1. Jcorgc Smitli beat Chuck Marino 2 anil 1, Billy I'hilllps whiu- pcd Pun Calnel 3aml 2. Cnrl Chani- Ders defeated Binge lirown 3 nail I and Jack Ti'Kvcll Iieat Jlorgan Broiidilus a and 3. Sam HlagarunU lcfeatcd Krank FieL-r G and T) for Texas Wc.stcrn':i lone mulch victory. Fighls Last Nighi By Iho Associated Trest* I'ittshlirfh ·- Bob Uakcr, 22 Pittsburgh, stopped Lev! Ilryant 21-1. 1'orl A r t h u r , Tex., ·".. I'hialdelphia -- Tommy Camp bell, 1.'17 i/ 2 . J^a Angeles, outpoint- ed Calvin Smith, 137, Philadelphia 10. Ilolyokc. Mass. -- Sammy Walker. 137, Springfield. Mass., out- pointed UoorRi! (Tiger) Roberts, 102 1,4, Philadelphia, 10. Chicago, III. -- Chuck Davcy, Hfi, Lansing. Mich, knocked nut Tom .\icMcnamy. US ,' 2 , nclfast, l i c l a m l . 2. Wanhlnclon 1). C. -- Marshall I n y t o n , Kl«, Washington. -iut- ol'nted Harold (Baby I r acc) Jones, :i!l '/z- U e t i o l l , 10. Texas Western Walks Over AN In Tennis Meet iw .Mexico Ai.M leiinis l e i i n i fi-ll v l r l l i n - lo tin; crack Tc-na Westegi team vralcrday nfleriioon. The Miners wlin have nut lost a I r a n i innlch this Heliiinli. won 'our singles anil two doubles matches. Winston Farqucar, u n b e a t e n In confcl'i-nne play. Iriiiinreil A g g i e W i l b u r Conlcy, 0 - 1 , ·'·'·· Kl'lo 1 ""- /.iili-z linil l i t t l e I rouble w i n n i n g f 10111 K l a n l e y WiiilllllH, 0-i. 0-1. Sam Koljicn wo.i from Dub l l u w - lll-il. .1.2. S-0 and K a y h l i r n Lovelady proiiiiBlng 'Miner fresluna.l, iiluil out W. I!. Niles In hive selii. I n iloillilv.i play, Kimmear nm loiiMli-7.' teamed up lo bent Con- ·y a n i l Wiillllns, 0-'^. 11-3. whll · i i h l i - l l and Lovelady h u l l "111) iwo games l i i - i i l l i i s l l n w i i n l am Sports In Brief Niles. The Aggies nexl malch will bis here w i l h the New Mexico Military I n s t i l i i t c , K a l u r d a y afternoon. MISSION - M. ·. ijj. P.« 11-- TODAY WED. Donald nilck - News .Startling March of Tun "As Russia Soos II" Slarts Wednesday Admission "(c - -IHc 413 . Last Time Tonighi ENDS TONIGHT U n u s u a l 1nuna Unil.i C ' h a i l . ' i HOY K i t "THE 13lh LETTER" HOY y MIERCOLES Plionc -- Ulo Cirunili' .130 sidle -137 . . . rintii 11111 km SCOTT "Kin] of Iho Dullwhip llv The 1OXING llagcrstowo, I n d . -- 1'resldcnt r N a t i o n a l Boxing. Association aid executive committee, is being- lolled declaring Hie W i l l i a m s ' I g l i l w c l g l i t t i l l c vacant for failure defend it before March :;l. JASEI3ALL Sarasota, Mil. ··- Walt Drnpo Joston Kcd Sox lirst sac'icr discovered to have suffered hull-line fracture of right wrlsl. I'hysirlan ircdlcts lic'll be out of action lour weeks. IACINC! New York - Mrs: Andy Scliut- .inger's Keid ($18.20) won $20,700 I'niiinoiiok handicap as 37,007 fans ushered in 11)51 season at Ja- nalca. Laurel. Mil. -- Senator .loe. I.W.- 80) Kentucky Derby c a n d i d a t e owned by A l a n T. Clarke, won H a n d y Springs purse at Laurel ·li. Williams Won't Fight, So Crown May Be Stripped Chicago, April 3 ( -- The National Jioxing Association began icLiou to day which may strip the world's lightweight boxing championship H u m / I k e ' WilliFims. Williams has not n.ihccl his J35- nounii crown since Dec. 5, i£M9, when he oiitpoinLuil Freddie Dawson of Chicago in ground* at Philadelphia. W f l l i t i m i t failed tu abide .by. un NBA edict to Sign for defense of his t i t l e by March 31. Dawsun';; manager. J l a r r y Rudolph, usHcd for action on the inane. Executive commiLUemcn of Hie NBA are being polled 1 on declaring William's title vacant at the dirccUoii of Arch Hindman, '.NBA president. lie said it will take i;ev- eral days lo nymplule the poll. | Indication arc that Williams :-s ' rciicly to f o i f e i t Uiu 105-pound 11- llp fiml enter a series to decide the recognized successor of Sugar Ray Robinson OH 147-pound Xing. ' Wheels-Brakes Win Three Game High With 2041 Wheels and Brakes ladies bowling team -won two games and :i free case of liner Monday night .it La:j Cruccs. alley* with :i, three- game series of 2041. Liis Cruccs Fiiriilliirn still ildiv* tin; l i r p of the Klanillnjfs with a fiO-S-1 cmiiil, Thrcts (yirm arc tied for t l i i n l ' plnrr, lt;ty Lnnkfonl, Donn Ana Court* and I-dUj'K -Ti-xiHM). Kadi Imvu a -M-H) c o u n t . In high .scries standings. Lcc'ii Texaco. CharU-nu Lee, -HO; Ka\ Uinlcford. Fcla Tclles, 394; La Pnstn, "Jo" .Johnson. -131; l*is Crucrs rurniLure. Dona BeuLlcr ·127; Nelson's. Natalia Bnca. i'I7 Wheels and Brakes,' I'nggy Whotley, -IG3. v .S l:i nil! tigs \Yrni Las CniccK Fnrnlturu 50 T Or C Resident Is Charged Willi -Theft Preliminary huarhi^-wlll be h»1il al 2 this; nfltrnoon lor Charles ( u l i n s C h u r c k l Unng.i!.c, 28 music box operator oi Truth Or Consequences. ' . The chargcfl a^'iln* 1 . 1 ' Unangst arc grand larceny : n cunnccluin with fluil of u 48-r3Tjr.l "juke- rjox" fron.i ;i worchou.',e In Mcsilla Park month. Thy :i.ctird player wus foiin( : in'j possossi-jn ' hy Deputy Sheriff Ralph HigJsmbolLom; ami Sheriff Sullivan of OU-ic county. Training Camp Briefs -By The Associated ftnt- ASKS ECA CONTINUATION WASHINGTON. April 3--I/Pi-President Truman* said today he will recommend to Congress that the Economic Cooperation Administration be nwlntained.on a "continuing basis to help carry out the programs essential to the 'security of the free world". Tom Morgan, · sensational 20- year-old righthander from El Monte,' Calif!, apparently has'clinched ,i starting birth with the world, champion' New York Yankees,. The youngster hus pitched '· 25 innings against major league 1 opposition a n d - ' h a s - y e t to yield an earned i'un. . W h a t niakcs M o r g a n - licll" fiiHiil 'control, :i fast lall mill, coirjiih-iico. He lias wjilkcil (inly -four. · Morgan credits on older brother. Tom, a catcher for the Yanks' Beaumont, Tex., League club, An- bombcr coach Jim Turner. "I used to throw to my brother by the hour in our backyard at home,". Morgan said., ".That.s; how I learned control. ; 'Turner has given n«i new.riin- fidenci'. lie's proved to me that I don't have' to', depend o i l - m y fast h*II all the time. He's, made my nldcarm curve, a;bttter weil- |»n and lie's done the same with iriy clianffe-uji. Morgan has nly t w o , y e a r s - o f organized ball-Bchind,him. He.woi 17 antt lost 8 at Binghamton lasi year, Yesterday ..-Morgan pitched thi first six innings', against Clcyclahc at Phoenix, Ariz. : Tho Yanks 'wori 4-2 on Joe Collins' home run in th l l t h inning. Morgan drove in the Yanks'- firs pair of runs witli'-'a- home .run of Bob Chakales. a foe in_the Eautcrl Lcngui. last year ' Kxctimt uiUklng bj7riih»nU urn Ocrr) Maley nn* Ctajd Buj . or eiuWid Ike St l«m» Cardiu ! 'iih to »h»dc Ihr BoitTM K"l i II it 'j?t I'fttr»hurg n« bla lej ami Bojrr llnrfteil tin. 1 Ib sis hl.ts. J The Washington Senators · de-l rented thcii Cliattanoof," bouth-j cm Association faun hnds o at Wmtei Gaidcn 'Fla Sam Mtl Bocked'ft'j.three-i'un ·Jiojiler in t h ' j first inning ;-i The. National LcatM*- hampioi PhUadclphn Phils beat the Biook' J^n Dodgers 8 7 on a hoses loaded triple by Willli. Jones in the nlntli ( The Chicago "White ox luid )i6 ^trouble-"poirshing'off. : Austln of -.he Bit Sfate League lYl" but liap^ .loss _St.' Louis. 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