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PAGE EIGHT LAS CROCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS Thur»d»y Er.nlng. May 24, U51 Las News PHONE 34 DEADLINE 9 A.M. Cards' Caste System Oul Everybody's Pitching, Red Birds Are Still Second Baseball Officials ^neral Fishing r i r -i:«- Season Opens North Seek Exemption O f U.S. 66 Friday FrOltl TrUSt LEWS SANTA FK. Mny 2-1 «/P» -~ Thr-] pace. grnentl f i s h i n g Kfinson north o f ; Home managers spend Ho years W A S H I N G T O N May 2'1 /Pi -- U. S, Highway 66 In New Mexico · jn t h e business and never leanv S " t i i n ·.'·niiiil be exempt from a n t l - i f'I )cnil ttn Jl " lir I)L ^ (J|(! sunrise to- when to yank a pitcher. H's one fly JACK HAM) (AKsuelaffU I'trss SjiOrln Writer) Marty Marion has eliminated the caste system on the St. Lnuls Cardinals s t a f f . - N o 1 reliefers. No starters. J u s t - 1 0 pitchers. Everybody works every day if neeuVd. Ko far it has worked. In 32 games, Morion has used SO fjltch- t.-rs. Only H ytarters of hiw flu- stricken f.laff have none the route. Still lii.'i RedbiidK arc perched in a .second place tie with Chicago, ( o n l y 2'/a games off the Brooklyn mder bills introduced | morrow. The Ki partmclil i d i ' « « b y ' m e m b e r s long In- j The State Came and J i - K - s l It MiHi n l:iw IH passed, legality ; clause fisliing to be Mfi»L w a l c i K H o n t h of highway OB wiiiild If established. The reserve! opened May 1. The open sc.ison cKni-;i- iJirnlIiiK p l n y i - i H under per-i OVPI- tin- stntc rinses Oi:t. 31. p , l . i a l ' . . w m - i * h i p in Ji cluh, is n m v | Slate fisheries s u p I. K.ed · u i ' l c r fin 1 in many )'"iidin« raises ! ThumpHun said the Pecos »nd lied A l i i n - M ul t h e same limn Con- | rivcrH are clear but Ihc Chamn uml '·['··Mneii w i - i i - i]ilr(dm;inp t h e i r ' "·« tributaries piobahly w i l l he Ion f l d l s " y e M i ' i d i i y llii FBI sn!d it i s j i ' i i i i l i y for guod fly fishing. nto irjiliiclloiiK (in j a d C i { Director Forecasts Successful Open Tennis Tournament a Mny 24 l/l* -One (if the moM HiiPi.'csKful ton- nis t n i i n i f i y H in hi.stni-y wan forecast by dirc-'lor Hill Uiutamond. r.-nrly cntt icn in tho June! Hi". IJrmliy Golilfarb. 1S1 " of tlie tricks of t h e trade. Marion sccmr. to have mastered it in his freshman year. .Mldiis Totwh In recent jjames Marion htifi had Ui« Midas toiic-h with pitchers. Take yesterday's (3-5 win over Boston. · Boston roughed up Howip Pollct for t h r n c nins in the second. The Br.'ivos weie ready for morn in t h e third when Roy Hartsticld v.-iilla-d and Karl Torgcson doubled him In t h i r d with one out. In cume mokic Tom Poholsky. Saturday's s t a i t c r lo smother thr threat. Ht. Louis came hlick with four S off Max Kurkonl to take the n j - l - ; t lend in the foilllh. Two moi e ] in the .sixth Unified gurkont. Pilches Shutn'.it Poholsky rolled alonj^, pitching slintout hall until the ninth, With nnp run in, and men on first and t h i r d , Mai-ion called on Tod \Vilhs. Wilkn struck out HurUfield Init !,,;; !,.,,,;,,,. l, t ,,.,,|.. n st» In ii nilnni ,,,,,,,. Wlllston Fnrquear. El Paso, ""«« «»»«" "'" '"" r 11 ""' I..,,,-,,,, r i l y . H i . l i i K I h e horn, thai M i n m . | U l n , I1SL Vern-s L n u n a . K^'i."? " T TM m -ii Iriijiin- Hub I:; ]ilnymj,' :il ll-IICUl' m c n l : .llininy l.tyn. Tiic.soii. An'/... f u m b l e i l .'i lii'oundcr. Morion called fur Max game-winning . s i n g l e . Willai'd Kamsdnll got away wiUi a 32- hittrr for his third victory. S«t\ _S]|i(f llnnvnies The Boston Red Sox slugged thu battered St. Louis Brownies 12-0 as Mel Pamt:ll threw a four-nit shutout. Every Sox Starter except Ted Williams hit safely in the 10- liit barrage. Williams walked f i v e times.' " Vern Stephens, who tied an. American .League record with 10 aKSfsty at third base, had three Boston hits. So did Lou. Bmidreau. Rain probably saved the league- lending Yankees for they trailed Detroit 7-3 when washed out after three innings. Bad weather also washed out night games between Cleveland and Washington, and Chicago and Philadelphia. E'OOIt S\VIM KKCORD NORFOLK, Va. iff) -- In this city by the sea less than half the children of schtiol age arc ahlc to swim. The Norfolk Red Cross chapter made a survey a f t e r two children had heen drowned. It revealed that 0,948' could swim in varying degrees of proficiency while i),417 eoidd not swim. Over In,000 children indicated a desire tor inslrue- RIO GRANDE * . ENDS TONIGHT . . . (he ecstasy of a great love . . Z,:"^^^^^ '"'''ii''''*iii"'"'t"''f"iii'-'wTMi- Colonial National Golf Invitational i.in i...-ir.n" li.lllli'l lilfsiill'llt "f till- l.'llirlllll S I Irani!!'; H«'|. I ' l U ' i ' H l - l l l l . _nll|.|. n :.]|II|IB wllliT, mill JU-p. ! ".Mill;, i l l - A i l ! ) . Sports Briefs A s m i r l n l e i l I'ress 1'iilllirnwl. Wnli'H Wllllf Tnr- Opens in Fort Worth in Ihe shufflt! if Bn..»klyn c-onlin- MKS to pound those homo runs. C'.II HudKot; hit N'ii. M. Ihu-e client of Hnhe Hulh's iccon! puce in 1U27. and Billy O;-i.hammeied one w i l h Ihe liiisi-H loaded hi.sl niftlit in the ; Dorlj-ei-'H 11-1 l omp over 1 'it LK KOHT WOHTM, Ti-x.. Mny 2-1 j Si\lh S(ral|;lil f/T) f i o l f ' H aec sluit-mnki') 4 .sffirl \Vally Wusllakp's Kllii homer Ihc h u d l r for $l. r ,.{]()l| in Hi" f i l t h H nd n two-run s p n i t n f t Don New- i i n n u i i l rnlnnliil- \ n t i n n n l Invi'.-j- cuinho in t h e last of the nin(.h lion today. , J - H V U Plralc fan:; l i t t l e cheer. It A H l i i r - K p ] » t t e n " 1 field o.' -12 - - - W H S t h e Due's sixth straight IOHH, Irirprs ever to play in the u l l i A - k-nviiif; them in the. National cxclu.'iivo t n u r n a n i f i i t . moves! J ^ H K U R ccllnr n i l by IhrmcHlvcs. ni-nfi. i - i i p l a t n of U. K. Walker Cup | ,,,,, U)lH ,,fi t . im ,,,n w u n u,,. j-pol- j siil M»Bliu scattered 10 Chicago i r i n t i . WHM i l i m l n a t f d in t h i r d j | ij: , u ()t , , t ( i n ||,,j., ult n,..i;,iu.y. i-a.. j I,JLS fm- his sixth straight victory MAJOR Fiy The AnsuciatMl I'ri-ss NATIONAL PLANS (fKAIN KXl'pKTS KARACHI- Wl--Pakistan plans foodgrairis exporta totalling 246,000 tons of wheat and 320,000 tons of rice In 1091. Offiicals say West Germany will got 220;000 tons of the wheat and Japan the rest. Of the Hue, 300,000 tons will go to India and 20,000 tons to Ceylon. L. PCT. 13 .006 .531 .531 .51-1 .472 .471 .450 W. Brooklyn '' ' 2 0 Chicago 17 St. Louis 17 Boston 18 New York 17 Philadelphia 16 Cincinnati 15 PiUsunrgh H 10 .424 Tliurscl.i.v's fiimlrs Cincinnati at St. Louis (night) [Others not scheduled) Wi'iliU'Ulliy's Healths New York 2. Chicago 1 Cinrinnati 4, Philadelphia 3 (10 innings) SI. Louis 6, Boston 5 Brooklyn 11. Philadelphia 4 AMRKMCIAN" \V. I* I'd'. Now York . 22 9 .71(1 Chicago 18 !) .607 Detroit 1C 12 .571 Boston ' 17 i:i .OG7 It is estimated that 20 per cent of the nation's steel and 30 per cent of its pig; iron arc made *in Pennsylvania, mostly in the industrialized western section -of the state. Washington 15 14 .517 Cleveland 14 15 .483 Philadelphia . 0 22 .200 St. Louis ' 8 25 .242 Thursday's Games " Detroit at New York postponed, Cleveland at Washington Chicago at Philadelphia St. Lntlis fit Boston Wednesday's KeMlKs * Boston 12, St. Louis 0 Cleveland at -Washington postponed, rain Chicago at Philadelphia postponed, rain etroit at. Xcw York postponed, rain. Two Big Blasts Keep Dnhes In Half-Game Lead By Hie Assoclatwl Tress Manager Hershel Martin saw to it with two big- blasts that his Albuquerque Dukes kept.lheir half of the lead in the West Texas-New Mexico league last night. But while he was busy, Fred Schmidt, the Abilene Blue Sox' big righthander, hurled a shutout against Borger to .'guarantee the Sox held their half at the lead. Albuquerque bent Lubbock 31-8 and Abilene whitewashed orger 9-0. The Pampa Oilers and the Ain- urillo Gold Sox split a doublchcuil- ei p , Pampa won the first 8-1, Amarillo the second 10-S...Thu (Hovis Lamcaa game was rained out. ·* Martin bftnged ^ grand slam homer in the sixth and pounded out another in the seventh for three more runs. .- i | Schmidt held Borger hitless until the eighth when Windy Kldridgc lofted one over third base. Center? fielder Oscar JVilllnms accounted' Cor two Abilene runs with a homer in the seventh. I Pampa won the opener agninajr Amarillo behind Mack Hyde's pitching. In the nightcap, Amarillo came from behind to win 'its first | victory against the Oilers.this sflfi- son. Three players pinchhlt as umps until Charley Grain.and Jim Welch arrived to take over after the top of the first inning in tlie opener. VALLEY LOAN FINANCE COMPANY 122 West Grigfis Ave. -- Las Cruces, N. M. -- Phone 818 . LOANS - DISCOUNTS - REFINANCING · AUTOMOBILES - REAL ESTATE - COLLATERAL --- We Buy All Types of Contracts "It'a Easy To Pay Our Financ* W»y" iinnli'iir liult Srot, 1 up on a o t h hole. K A C I X C N'l-w Y i u t i - Ki.'.-; Mi- K a t e i?!7..'»(JI l i)iid N o J h i r d r - h i i i i c e | $ I K . - ·10) wnii .|i]j( i l l v l t i i u i i M ol' A corn Midirs nl 11.·],until p r n k . I t H l t i i i m n * Tin- I'liu'lu-i (Said) ( ' i i n n i r i i . 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