Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 10, 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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Thursday, May 10, 1951
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PAGE SIX LAS CHUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS Thundiy Etiinlng, M«y 10, 1951 : Front row, loft to right: J i m m y Bradley, George Garem. Russell Parsons, Skipper Corley, Angel Estrada, l.,aw- jcnc't 1 Lope/, J u n i o r Fernandez, and Armando Enrique/.. H.'a'k row: Coacli M a r k Genera, Ab Agtiirre, Harold Cole, captain; Jesus Paz, Andy Torres, Rudy Polaneo, .and student manager Bob Robles. Absent when picture was taken were Vicente Ramirez and Ed Ontiveros. Photo by Mathieu Studio ! Abilene Captures Lead In WT-NM From Duke City By Thf Associated Press Ahilcno won and · Albuquerque Jost and tlie West Texas-New Mexico baseball league has a new Jeader today. % The. Dukes of Albuquerque, a few percentage point.** ahead o! Abilene going 1 into last night's .schedule dropped n J2-7 ttociHinn to Pampa at Pampa while Abi? lene was beating Ctovis -1-2 at Abilenn. Those were the only games in the circuit lust night. Amarillo 3t Lubbuck and Burpft-r at La mesa were puttponeil due to dust and hif-h wind. The'teams are all traveling today. AlbuqqiietTjue* is returning; home to meet Borgor tonight. Am- aritlo trrlts to Clovis ;ilnng with the Clovis o u t f i t for another of those tall-ontlers battles, Lit mesa gnoH t o Pampa and Abilene visits Minor League Results , By The As.soc-iatcil I'n-ss 1 1'ACIKIC COAST LEAGUE San DJCRO .5, San Francisco -1 Sacramento 5, Hollywond 1 Losi Angeles 7, Portland 5 Oakland 14, Seattle 7 TEXAS LEAGUE "* Fort Worth 2 Beaumont 0 Dallas 1, Shreveport 0 ( O t h e r games postponed) SOUTHWEST I N T E R N A T I O N A L LEAGUE Juarez 0, Bl Centra -1 Phoenix 12, BisbRe-Drdk'las 0 Mexican 3. Tijuana ) Tucson fi, El Paso 2 Las Vegas n. Yuma 5 WKST TEXAS-NEW .MEXICO Pampa ]2, Albuquerque 7 Abilene 4, Clovis 2 Pampa took its first victory over Albuquerque in four attempts to drop last year's champions into second place. A 17-hit attack spelled the fqurth loss of the campaign for the fast traveling Albuquerque Mine. ' Major Baseball · By Thf ·/.M.cffiaifil ' NATIONAL Bo.ston St. Louis Brooklyn Plttshurgh Philndelphia Chicago New Y~brk Cincinnati \V. 15 10 12 10 , 11 tl 10 7 8 .550 10 .545 9 .526 11 .500 10 .47-1 14 .417 13 .KiO Tiulliv's Kthi'dlili! St. Louis at New York Chicago .it Brooklyn , Pittsburgh al Philadelphia Cincinnati at Boston., Vcsti-nlllJ-'s Itcslilts New -York 17, St. l.nui.s 3 Brooklyn 5, Chictigo 4 Philadelphia 0. Pittsburgh 5 (10 innfngs) . r . _ Boston ·!,, Cincinnati 0 (night) AMERICAN w: New York Washington Cleveland Chicago Detroit I.. I'CT. 0' .714 12 11 10 9 10 .0:10 .011 .5511 Boston " 10 9 .fi2ii St. Louis : ' 5 16 .':\K Philadelphia . 5 10 .2;iK Tmlay'H fk'hediUe ' New York at Cleveland Washington's! Detroit Philadelphia at St. Louis Boston at Ch'ieago Yesli'rdjiy'N Results Detroit.4, Washington 0 New York 9, Cleveland 2 Philadelphia 8. St. Louis ' ci:\ innings) Boston at Chicago postponed, rain. VALLEY LOAN FINANCE COMPANY 122 West Griegs Ave. -- Las Cruces, N. M. -- Phone 818 LOANS - DISCOUNTS - REFJNANC1NG. AUTOMOBILES - REAL ESTATE - COLLATERAL We Buy All Types of Contracts ---"Il's Easy To Pay Our Flnnnct W«y" ; . Las Vegas As Host Tourney Ciiy Prepares Welcome . For Las Cruces' Bulldogs, Seven Other Champ Teams AN Spring Sports Teams To Compete For Championships ·Whim l,:is CriK'CS- H n l l i l n c H ni·- l i v , . in Us Vrijiis t o n l K h l . Iliry'l l,c c.xlrndotl a wnnn wMwiini' t l i n l l-Jnrifjiicv:, Skipper Corley, HII.H I ' H I suns. J i m m y Unit liny, Anfjcl K K f r n i l t i . Oe.orfjc (larciii. Rudy Poi s i m r i n l i p n « n r t h « l j i : m - o i K i i n l x c ( l , um:0i B( , Onlfvoros. f i n d JOHUB iei.eptlt.nn ever extended by ;. m i - : ,,,,;, s t u d e n t m«nii(i«r Holt H/mlM will n c i o m p i H i y iho Uani. Sinee Laji Cniees' J'ifHl. 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