Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 17, 1951 · Page 6
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, PAGE six LAS CHUCES,(N. M.) SUN-NEWS' Tnwd«r EtMtafl. April 17, 1951. las Cruces Sun-News .PHONE 34 DEADLINE 9 A.M. Pirates King For A Day Wiih Jump Oh Other Major League Ball Clubs I».V JOE HB1CIILKR '(AsMiP.lalrd I'rrss' Sports \Vrilei I ' Kinj; for a diy. anyway. That'll Branch l',icki;y's P i l t H b u r K Pirates. Gcllinfi I h n j u m p on other National League clubs, which open warfare today.' Pittsburgh spoiled l.'lncinnatl's sneak ppnviniv day by routine the Reds 4-.'i before .'i0.44I diHappointcd-und blnnli- t pied fans. Near freezing tcnipeia- t t i l e and ;;now'flurries marred the Tlint left. Ihe Pirates nil alone In Hie vlclory column '»s. rain naslu-il mil Ilii' iillu-r liidf ol HIP 'vpprlnl riirpltmuial opi-nin^ al Wii'illlilRllin. .Tin- Nenaliirs and dpfpmlliiK uluuiipluii - New Vi.rll BETTER JHAN EVER? -, - - 'By Alan Mayer S - -'*'* '^^ "*' NZWCOMBE, O F ' T/IS POOSSKS, WHO OUGtir . TO MAV5 MS FIRST" 2O-tfM'YeAK /F/15 AtfO/PS ARM TM UB ^ . V-J. ^;i^xtxf*(xm(:»sTM...,,,,,,.,. / . ·:·:·:· Wiill (HMIC.V Ciirliiriii Lnd-sl Kurt'im NIMVS )}ii'7i I : I A - J'hmie 4!U) 5 T A T E iT ENDS TONIGHT frupMJter HM iHf(t ^v ·S3 ' t-. ·TM^;^;;r_;".xr.TM-'"'',| 1 i*^w^; -- ^YlSKIlU RODRIGUEZ 5 -/ Kll TH««J.i P L A Z A * HOY Y M1ERCOLES ··jj . . . llnjii l.a ' l l h r c r l IP =£ Hnnl lie .\niln "BAJO EL CIELO DE SONORA" Rio Grande Vunlcpps wen: ID have usherrd in Ihe American Lpatflie xi-ason. Weather pcrmillnf,', all 10 clubs should play today. Free/.lng and wei weather, However, was p i t - diclcd in most of the cities. PilfsbuiKh's triumph was doub- ! ly swee'. as it came at the expense ! or Ev.'cllt Tin. Whipl Hlackwell. line of the N a l i u n n ) league's bcl- j It-r hurlers. Itlaekle H-iis pnminrlcd lur ·VPII lil(» «"d all ill HIM Plralrh' i nini. b r f u r p iKiylng mil for a , j pliic-h hlllcr a l t e r Ilirpe InnlliRH. Rii-kuy niiial have swelled no- Licrably nt the iinpiessive debut Uf George I C o t f i n h l Metkuvlrh. | The 29-ypur-ohl olllllelder, la ric- ' key's peraonal $10.00(1 draft pick f i t j i n Oakland. Mulkoviiih. who pleviollsly f l u n ked In hltchc-li w i t h the Ucd Sox Hrnvp.1 and While Sox, wns the big gun In tin! I'lratrii' 12-hlt at- lai'n on lilaeku'ell and three re- licvei:;. Me Biniite a donuU- and two Bin«- les. Kcoicd a Mi" "0l sparkled In the field I n i l i d l l n s five putouts riawlessly. WiiKhlnKtun's waHhout paved t h e way for nil unprecedented dny- lllKht d.illlih.'huider next Friday. Nobody can ivmemlji-r »i«:h a l u r n of ivenlB Una uiii'ly in tin: Mason. Sports In Brief K\ Tin- AHSiiclHli'd I'n-ht T K N N I S Home - Doris Hart, .liiflmon- viiip. I-MII.. lU-fpiitiil Shirii-y Fry. A k r o n . O.. 0-3, R-0 In win v/nuiPll's Hlnj'lus t i t l e ol Kcjmo I n t c r u i i t l o n a l liiiii'niiiiii'nt; Dick S n v i l l . OrnniiP. N. J.. anil Jiiwiiliiv U i u b n y , E)!'|il. wun nu-n's iloubles, i l p r w i t i n u Olun- nl Cucelh ami Mi-m-llo Del Hello, ll.ily, 0-2. 7-H. 0-3, li-:i. 'I'i'm.-huist. ,N. (:. · Dale Mo'n-y of Unllnii, 'IVx., posh-d Oil to win q u a l l l y l n i ; medal in North aul Hotilh Minateur. ISii.-jttm - lioslun Hraves binighL l i l t r h e r mix Donnelly Irom Philn- diM|ihiii rhillles fur J10.000 w n v l r r pri, i'. C'li-vplani! I n i l i a n i i I'igncd p i t - r h r r -Iiihlmy Vamlei Mcer, velerun l u r t l i n n i l i - r . I ' l l l s h l l l - K l i I'ili'hPr I M I 1 l'l''l'- 1,1 uf I'lrnlpii ii.puiti-il impnivpil b u t s t i l l I n K P t U m * ulillim ( l o u l j bruin .'illmenl. Dctl'oll - Cnlulii-r Hot) Swift lost to Tim-is fur llvp iverkii In- cntlSf i.'f appenilPclomy. Minor League Scores Hv 'I'lu' Assin-hitvd J'ITSK T K X A S I.KAdl'K Ikius'lun li. Han Anton!" 0. liiMiniionl -I, Khrevi.porl '2. F u l l Worlh «. Dallas I ·I'ubiii Ii. Oltliiluiui:i C i t y :i. I - A C I I - I C COAST I.K.MH!!-: Nn i;iimi-ii ri'htMtiih'd SOUTUWKS'I' I N T K H N A T I O N A l . I . K A t i l l f Turnon 11, llliiln-p-lioui;las ii Moxh-nll I I . I'.l Ci-lltin '-· Las Vi'B«» D, Tljjuiiiin 2. .luarex. l.'i, Kl !'"»" 12. Phoenix n, Vllinn .'i. Colorado Fighters Take Six Of Twelve On Amateur Card AI.WJQl'EHQUK. April 17 -a'' P.OM-in r r i n i i llllpnii V l s l n . Cnlo.. bended liy ll|!hlwpl|;lil lillln-n Snn- llsveu. won six uf i; bunts on an a m a t p u r c n i d last n t ^ h l . Santisteven li-Klsli'ied the ijuly liiiin-knut. I l l s victim was Hilly SillH-hp?. ul AlhuquiM'Ulie. who ivent dtiwn aiu-r taltlne. a hiutl l l K h t tu tli» jnw nt 2'.i sei'iinds uf the BIG flSH'K HAPA/lAltVl6 FLIPPER Ifl r/iE-SPRIflG OF eon 1949 A/IP '5O, BUTEVgrt SO WOfl · 17 AflP 19 (5AA1ZS /// THOSE 7~M'O no/tie RUNS Me ALSO CAUSED HM A loroFPAiri roo- ?OF THE BEST PITCHED AI/D OPEHER MP TH£ PEtiflA/JT CLINCHER OF SOUTHPAW THIS TIME, HE SAYS K\. V-/ A Former Fealherweighi Prine To Cap!ain Champ Willie Pep Tert Bed Raiders Fights Oriiz Tonighi . Fights LasiNighi , it\\y Ilii! A*soplntrd Press Lafayette Is buried In a small ! private cemetery in arls. . Ickes Denies Report fc HirininKlui'm. Enn- -- Riindy Tnrpln. KH. LeaininK, KnKland, knorked out Ullly Brown, 101 l/ 2 , Hartford, Conn.. 2. Huiilun -- Jue Iliniloiie, 105 V^. ; Huston, won over Irish Bub M u r - { phy. 172. San Die|;o, Calif., on foul, i C. ' | l'hiludel|illia -.- Oil Turner, 142 ',;,, Philadelphia, outpointed Beau Jack, 142. Augusta, Ga.. 10. Washington - - Little Dynamite, J30 ij. Washington. D. C., knocked out Lee Lebrun, 12, r i, Montreal, 7. Miami, Fla. ' - P.iibby Dykes, J. r i2 - ' ^ . ' H a n A n l u n i o , oulpulnted 10. l l a i u i l u . n , lipi-iiindn - · D o c Williams. N e w a i k . knocked out Lel u y ( K i d ) I ' a h n c r , fi. i w c l t f h l s un- STATE Starts V/ednesday Srini-Pro Baseball League' Js Formed MODUS. April 17... l/Pi--Forma- Uun uf a I'uur-leam scud-pro baseball lenulle was i-umiilelcd here lust nl|!lil. Hubbs, l.uvintjlon. .Inl ami KeilKraves, Tex., are members. (,'lande lleiirn uf Se::yraves, was ,l HIP organlwi- jm'roid L."]ckcs loaves Hie White lion which will open an 18-week j ].j ousi j nftcr a conference with April 211. All eiimcs arc T ras |dcnc Truman. He denied re- WASHINGTON NATIONALS owner Clark Griffith presents President Truman v.'ith a season pass (left) for tile Nats' games, along with a leather purse for Mrs. Truman. In this-White Houie ceremony. Thr ficsitlcnt, who lias crossed up the experts inWic past by s lhrov;ing witil linth hands, said lie would throw out the lirst hall tnis year as a southpaw at Nats' opener osoir.it the Yankees. April 15. (InlaraullmuilJ , ST. LOUIS. April 17 -!"-- Former fcatherwiiighl champion Willie Pup lukes on Boby Ovttiz of Moxlcu tuiilffhl in ii 10-rouml bout, The Jk'xican liglilweiglil Has fuu^hl 56 pro engagements and has been flattened twice. Pep, who lost his 12G-pouml title last September to Sand Saddler. , lias been knocked out only once m more than 200 fights. Sad- Furnitures Lead Ladies Bowling Trophies to be. awarded .to each member of the high'winning teams n Ladles Bowling league,' were in display Monday. njght nt La3 Cruces alleys. ' · · . ' . . TlM-Vc'wllNbc ii trophy for Hln- nt-r of thn single high scries, and another award raiuli- (or sponsor of ivinnlng'traim. .' · Ray Lankford's.team had a high lirce ganic series Monday' r night with a score of 2053. . . . '.;· In high series standings: -Lee's Texaco, Rose Mercial,. 473; Dona Ana Court, Joan Morton,'453; Ray Lankford, Evelyn Thwaits, 453: La Posta, Bernicc Williams. .422; Las Cruces Furniture, Dona Beut- kr, 418; Nelson's, Coyc Burdick, 375; Wheels anil Brakes, Albuquerque, Bime'P.c.'l'hwcll.'-173:'Romncy- Noble, Amy Gamboa, 513. i : Tram Standings Won Lust Las Cruces Furniture 53 40 Ray Lankford · 52 41 Dona Ana .Courts 50 -13 Romney-Noble Imp. Co. 50 43 Lee's Texaco 47 "46 Wheels Brakes 44 -IB La^Posta ' . 41 52 Nelson's 35 58 Mohammed himself had the mosque at Medina built in 22. Major Baseball ' By Th« - Awwclulud I'rw · -;' : -NATIONAL TtJday'H Games · i *· .' Philadelphia at Brooklyn NewTork at-Boston ; St. Louis at .Pittsburgh ' Cincinnati at Chicago . ' Yesterday'*-Results Pittsburgh 4,.Cincinnati 3 ' (Only game scheduled) : - AMERICAN Hoslon ut-Ncw York. Washington ' at . Philadelphia {night). -.r-A ; - '-. 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