Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 23, 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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Monday, April 23, 1951
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PAGE SIX LAS CHUCES.tN. M.) SUN-NEWS . : Mond»y ETenJng.. April 23. 19511 Las Cnices Sun-News PHONE 34 DEADLINE 9 A.M. Ex-Durocher Lieutenant Old Master As New Outpo Dodger ints Mentor liy JOE UKICIII.EK AK«vlu'l«l l'""» S|inrlK WrlliT Von coulrln't blnmp Leo (The Up) Dinochpi- for LnlklnK to 111'"- scilf. The wonclfr is thnt the IOIJUH- vioun louder of the New Yors Hl- H d t M h;iH »ny K[)coi'Jl left lit all. To fay t h a i Durocher tamil off tircoti'l Ix-iit in fi biilUo of wit.s v.-illi ciinHli- Drccscn, hli fonnei lictiU-nant at Brooltlyn, is i»utt!n(; it milclly. The new Dwlxor ]II"t OHM Spring Sports Teams Are Severely Mauled On Circuit ALEUQUEKUE, April 2,'l UPi- Sprinfj spoils learns from New Me/.lco University returned home toilny badly mauled in last weck'B road trips. ' The baseball team went winless in Tour * n Arizona, losing the fuKt one 15-1-1 to Arizona B t u t e at Tempe Snttirriay. ul pvcry t u r n ovr'i thy weekend n h r l " the "Blook« vniujuinheri llicir Iliilwl liviiln Ihlfi: stTMi(!l" aL tile I'olo Grounds. Thu f i n a l criinldnfi blnw cnirie YCBlerdoy w h e n Hie DoiljjtrH sniito.had a thrilling victory .'nun apparent certain tioreiH lo whip I h i - C l i i n U 4-:i in 10 i n n i n u n . llml^-r). Tnlte I'irsl The l i i i i l i l p h l e f l the DodneiH ill f i t j i t Jilfl'.-c- In tile X n t l o n a l U-n^tie. H hlilf f;ami: in f i o n l of riitsbmgh and Chlcn|!o Ciibii. The J'iratliH ilcfeiltcd tho Hedn 7-.1 in cinr.lnmili, and Hie Culm t i l p p e i l t h e uuhla JII-B In SI. Ijiuls. I'lilln- delphln'a I'llilM »nlvuB«'l I'"' I'"' 1 ol ft ttirc-liuine »erii!« w i t h lloslon. winnlnt! 'mi ii|ihill 0-5 vk'loiy. Cli.'veland foiRed Into t h e A i n c r i i an ·Leii(!u! It-nil, mveeplni: a iliiu- lilchcailur fioin Hie SI. I^pllls llnm-iw 10-.'! and 1-:i. The ImllmiH now have won f i v e a! :-ix In hnli n luiK-ljimii- ed|;e Ion and Hie U i l r U R n W h i l e KOK. Huin U'lishl'il nllt t h e same h.-lween tin: Keiudora and .N'erf Yin I: Y n n l l i.|-S lull the W h i l e Bus eilRfil t i n D i - t n i l l TiBeld 5-2 111 Chle.lK '. NIY .Millie .504) H r ^ t n n ' H Refl pfix plllleil lip I" a .MID i n l l n i r liy winnliiK iW" l i a i n e a noin t h e Philadelphia A l h - Irllen. 0-5 and 'V-l. at Fenway I 'mil. Yeslerday'H Ol/int wan mine nailing that the i.elbaeli.H of I'llday and .Saliildiiy v -Knl MaRlle. ll«. v.-leran rliihlbaniler. needed only one mote n t l l l t e til recnid 111.'! l u M vietory of tile tn-a-iOti. He liad a 32 emln't "11 (.:il ilodKe.s wllll Iwo mil, wnindy on baja.' in the n l n l h and t h e |iialli:i ahead 3-1!. 'J'lie Hiiril ( d l l l t e never eaine. I n - j.lcail lliulm 1 ;! Walked, moved ',o f-ri-imd on Hoy CiiinpaneHn'.'t .sin^li- nnd seined lin- lylllR rim on ·in- o t h e r om'-l)ai:|!er liy I'ee Wee Hi-rue. C a l l rnrlllo'H hiiiner. hlii Iln.l hit In 111 times at l i n t , de- elded the Issue In Hie lop ,n Ihe Kith. Dresm'll Slealk Khiiiv Here Is how Drcssen ntole Hie r,lin\v from Ouioclier in Hie -le- p u i l n i e n l mnnt l e v e l e d by Leo Ihe MMiiiatlonnl, .Hie exllava|;,inl. Uie .s|)vftacnlar, the u n p l e d l r l a b l e , Hie H i r a l l i c a l : RIO GRANDE Today Tuesday _ l n Teehnleiilnr-- In Hie r.f-venLli innini; on Friday, with Brooklyn leading 7-3. JJurn- cher sent Artie Wilson, a le'ft- hnnileil hitter, to pinch hit. Ores sen indicated disdain for the Lip's selection by shlftliiK thrni- of hil n f i e l d e i s to the left filili 1 . of second lia»e. anil pullIiiK in riglil fleldc iriirlllu to play second. Thin left l-llihl field wide open, nnprolcet- i'd. All Wilson had lo rlo wns t u p the b u l l lo liRliI field and it probably would liave been a home run. Hut Wibon. n .siiuthpaw who is a nntoilous opposite flelil hltcr, up. ped meekly back to the IMIX and was an i;a.';y m i l . Wilson had play- i-il mull!! 1 Prnsnen In O a k l a n d for iwo years. Umoflier boiled. Si-mK rinrli Mllli-rs · On K a l i i r i l a y DresBen senl up two plnrli h i t l e r s iifpilnst Larry .lim.'ii'i] In Ihi- seventh and -both walked to fnrrc in llu- tyhi[; run. A f t i M Ihe Dodp;ers nulled .lanscn In III" e i g h t h . OlesHCn Klole II paj^e nut of nurochei's iHKilt by ordering 11 Hi|iieexe bunt t h a i brought in anothiT Urooklyn r u n . UresHiMl pulled the unexpected a|;itin yestcidiiy, imliif; Don New- iXiinbe in lellef. The staff's -ire who whipped Ihe Clams In a lllne- llinlni; j"l Fl lilliy. hurled t h i e e hltlesn mill iiinlesii innings to niileli lli.-l second ll Ililllph ill t h i e e days. D i n o r h r r onliMed a batter i' Wiinhlnii- p||,|, r , a ,.| v immieil in Hit n i n t h lion"" u " v Inj; In |;et It plneh h i t t e r for New combe, lint DreHsen Cldssi-d up MlM nlil sidekiell ii|;nlll, allowinj; hl| Don lo hill and thus ln-i-|liil|; lim In t h e Bailie. At TUhf.on, Aii., Saturday, the tennis tcum went down to a G-l ilpfeal \\\ the hands of Aiizbna University. Norman Gcntu nalvag- td Uic only point for New Mexico by defeat ing Bob 'Borodkin G-3, 63. . ' The golf loam, usually a winner wan lurm-.d back 16-3 by Hurdln- HimmonH at Abilene. Jim Front salvaged some of the glory .by H h i i i i n g medaliKt liononi w i t h Guor- gc Smith (if i-ia i din-Simmons. Each hud a GO. IIOKKK TIES ItKCOKI) SPRING, Tex., A p r i l 2.'t (fft -- Doriotic, owned by W. C. Miers [if Carlhbad. N. M., finished second behlml Hiiahni. Jr., in the $4,800 h u i r - i n l l u f e a t u r e racu al Lhe New Aggie Head Football Coach To View Spring Practice Today Major Baseball Joe Cnleman, new head football coach fit New -Mexico AM college, will get hiB first look at his illa- lerial w'q'en .spring football '^piac- tioe begins today. ' ' : - - - . Assisting Coleman will he Jim P a t t o n . from last season's staff, and Ray Exans who had two ·sea- sons with San Francisco 49efs following his graduation from Texas Westcin. : ; Cokman win have 14 leltermn as' n nucleus for his squad. Out- Htanding among these will be Slinging Sam .McGowIn, who let, 1 the nation's mnall college passers in 1949. . '.. , Other veterans who arc expect-, (·tl to win starting positions- include Hill Jlouncc. Dick..Andrews, Joe Miller and Bill Parkman, lall linemen. / :- / ?'.···."'.'··£' " From laal year's fresh squad Coleman will have such HlandoutE as Al DICarlo, a polluhtiil quarter- bnck. Ed Boykin, Paul St. Jnhn. Roger Siddall nnd Leon Johnson. ' One of Coleman's biggest prob- lenis will be to Mind a capable punter am! some pfl. e s receivers. HKST A L I r - I U I I I X I ) COWIJOV , , ... 1'ORTALKS, April 23 IJPi IIIU Sprlnft f u t u r i t y yealeiday. Hi- freshman at Enst- rain. Jr.. tied Hie f u t u r i t y l e c o r d i ^ ^ ^ of IP KCtonds f l a t in winning. New Mexico University, was bc.sL all-around cowboy at the- IGtli A n n u a l ENMU AS Club ew France, | Rotleo .Saturday. J3est won the Calf - When Cfinaila, t h e n New . . . . , took Us first rawun In 106Q the I roping: and Ribbon tying contests and placed sixth In Mulo riding;. country hud 3.21S InhabHanU, 'By Tint Associated NATIONAL Brooklyn ·! Pittsburgh ' 3 Chicago . " Boston * Philadelpliia 2 St. Louis - i New York 2 Cincinnati . 1 Today's (JiimM Boston at Brooklyn . New York at Philadelphia Cincinnati at St. Louis ^ ( n l g h t ) f'iUsburg-h at Chicago Sumliiy'K ReMiilts Philadelphia 6, Boston 5 Pittsburgh 7, Cincinnati 5 (second game" postponed, wet grounds) Brooklyn ·!, New York:. 1 ] (10 innings) Chicago 10, St. -Louis 5. . ' AMEUICAX w " Sports Briefs By Tim AssiK-Iatfil I'res* - BASKISTBALIj . Rochester, N. Y. -- Rochester Royals won,NBA championship beating- New.Yorlc Knfcks 79-75 in deciding game of best-of-sovcn-sPi'- ies. New York -- Jackie,, Goldsmith, former Long Island f-University player, became 18th playetyto -be arrested 'in college "basketball fixed games scandal. St. Louis .at Detroit . ^ " . (Only games scheduled.)' - '. .Suiibiy's Results " Boston 6-7, Philadelphia S-l ; (second game called end 5 y 2 "inhings, curfew) . -'' ' · . * Chicago 3, Detroit 2 Cleveland 10-4, St. Louis 3-3" New York at Washington postponed rain. · . · · HOCKEY , Toronto -- Torontp Maple Leafs won Stanely Cup .beating Montreal' 3-2-in fifth-straight overtime game to take best-of-seven series 4-1,' ' · " " . GOLF ' ·· · - Plnehurst. N. C. -- Hobart Manley, Savannah, Ga., beat Billy Joe Patton, Morgantown, N. C.,'l up, in 36-nole final to \yin North and South Amateur lou'rney. RACING New York -- Repetoire ($15.40) .beat Battle head in. Wood [Memorial stakes at Jamaica; Uncle Mi'ltie, even money favorite, ran 8th in' 13-horsc field; ' Lexington, .Ky. -- Wistful ($6.,60) won Ben Ali handicap at K^eneland. by six lengths over Counterpoint. ;..-.Miami -- Wafford Sir {$11.90) ,won '-Magic City ,purse at Gulf,stream 'as Florida's 123-day racing season ended. Expert Insurance Advice .'. . 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