Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 15, 1951 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX LAS CRUCES (H. M.) SUN-NEWS Friday Evening, Jun* IS, 19i While Sands Rockets, Las Cruces Blue Sox Ready For Game Sunday In Lion's Park Diamond Opener Grnuntl j f . lnli U|ul u lopaidcj ] oss to L-d It I ', i Mesa Sundny in the. valley';) Whit*-Sands Proving Rockets and tho Blue Sox of Ln.s Cilices will sock to settle an old i score when they moot at 2:.'tO Sun- " U t l l ( Clnssk-" wns just the tra- dny on Lion's club p;irk dinmoml. tlitinniil jinx of that a n n u a l clauh, Tho Rnrkrls in n gfiinc earlier which has yftt to yield H close j I his year defeated the "Oucens by i score. 11-10. For t h e Rockets, Lhc* 10-i inning game- nnd Us 1-point vie-' lory wasn't decisive enough. -And tho Blue Sox think it didn't This will bo the first Blue Kox garni- for which admi.iHlon will be ir'ovft » Thn' K. . The lol! is $.2, r » for fhildi'cn. u.'lll ne this fi(;;iKon';J inau^uul of the Linn'.-i p n t k innnd. which has not bf-en used thi. year ber-atisc of delay in prfpiirn- tinns. The Kor-ki't.s bring with them I ,'iiieh fcUKvnris as Arth'ir Si lit. w h o j c n n i c t : ii ',,"iGO halting Jnhn Russell. utiueiTleldor w i l h j .·171 to dnle. tinil Blily Pefkins a n d ' J'ntiiU PliHki, bolli with .4-10. Tho Proving Ground men h;iv- Imen nl hat 2GO times this Ki.-nsrtn, liit th« ball HO times for a le;im batting aveniRr of ,HG!J. Un it*! .-trill" ft re Mix pite.hcr.s. j A n o t h e r El Pnsljnn, Frank Red: .Lns Cruccs ifi humid lo prove t o ; uuin v:ns r u n n e r - u p to Turner with j ;i 72. He was followed by Frnnk- : lln H i i i L l i n p , Star* College, Toddy ! WhiI H. Ilnswoll. iinil El PHSO'H ! Uiclf Welsh, nil w i l h 7-1's. Kollew- ' ng these weie I'.illy Newell. Las "S:j El Pasoan Takes i Medalist Award . TMi In Cruces Golf- Firil Tui-nrf, Ki PH.IO took mrd- nlisl honni-8 in llir rlfU'i-nLh an' mifil l.iitf f:nu.-cH Coilnliy dull Ini v l l m i o i i H l Golf Toui'lKimcnl In ''! n i i n l l f v i n s rounils yeiitoi-clny with '!,! 7 . . ' MAJOR Biooltlyn New Yril'll SI. LoiliH Boston I'hilndcljilii Cincinnati Chicago N'ATIONAI, w. :M 30 20 ·K 26 JO ·h 20 Junior Leaguers Produce Another Lopsided Match . j The summer recreation softball i Junior league produced another lopsided score last night as United trampled rough shod over a ham- pjled C. R. Anthony team, 20-2. Un'letl's pitcher Mosaics allowed only two 'hits. The team's high hitter -.vas Lucero, who hatted out tw,, doubles and two home runs. With many or itfi players away, ··.hrrt-hanilcd Anthony's was be- Icw full strength. ' 'in the Senior -league Las Cru- ces.Furnitures defeated DeMoIay. a well-played, game 'that ..111] Jill .431 .400J 7 3. I . .4'lf)j v. ; Ui? mai-Ited Uy-one of the best cx- .3!)2 l-ibitifiiis'to dale' in thR Softball Krlilny's fh:licilnli-. Brooklyn at Cliii'ngo I c s, and c:hurtn.i w i t h 7r»'H. Powell of El I J l u u n I J ^., I'ilrtiir.g for DcMolay, Priestley NTM"Yo'i'k"nt"ritt»hiirgli f n l g l i t ) nllowi-d nnly four hits, but walked Bostnn ol C i n c i n n a t i I n l g h l l . ', five r.ipn to first. The Furniture's I'liilnilclpliln'nt SI. Louis ( n i g h t ) I Marline?, allowed five hits. Hitting .?t)u- for the Furnitures was Solid o with a single and a double. Tin-sons shincd for DcMolay with a single nnd a double. In tonight's competition, twn strong Junior league teams clash as Shock's Recappers P L A Z A * TONIGHT SAT. All-Culiir"All-Ai'llnii Mils ·^0 Tbrt-e ju-xl highest FCOI CH were mude by J i m m y 1.6m h. J^i.'i Ciuces, l i v i n g Woodward, A n t h o - ny; John Ilcanl. Lower V a l l e y ; Jiie . Jr., CuilHhad; I.oLiiu Mongcc, Ft. Bayard; n n d Marlt Thnnipwin. LriK OIUCCH who ma-lc Kfl's. Tims yciiterday'ti jlay cbosc Un: chainpionnhlp f l l j ^ l i t . Tou main en t play opened tlilH morning at 10 ii. in. Two rounds will be played .Saturday. Finals will be bold Rini- diiv W i l l ] ;t :;Mlolc rontesl. IT'S COOLER INSIDE Tlillrnlll.v'» Itcslllls · Brooklyn 2. St. Louis 1 New York I J . Cincinnati G P i t t s b u r g h 9. Jioston ·! I M i i l a i l H p h i a 11. Chicagn .'I A M K I t l C A N \V. I.. Ciiicago "0 M Ni-w York M 19 Boston .'10 22 j c l c v i - l a i l l l 20 2\\ ' Detroit 2. r 2-1 Softball Association / To Meet With Teams This Evening At 7:30 . SjionsorH or nrjinisentative.s of Softball tennis In the J.UK Cruces BasttbiUl uml Softball iiasoriatimi Will mwt u-ith illrrclor* of Hie iiNKCtHittiim nl 7:30 tonight. . The miw'Jnif will le held In tl.-c- Rtmntr^fi CntUm cinipitny offlfws, corner Las Cniccs ;unl Witter street". The mt'pUnjf has hi-rn nillrc! to set uj schedules for soft halt association play, 'which starts'- iicxl ."Monday. Tciim rep rese, ill :t lives or tiicir sponsors are urffp.il in attend this meeting-, since, schedules rjinnot lit; made unless till loams are,, represent nth «t ihe,-meeting. ·· U.S. Golf Open Needs An Angel To Capture Cup / ., C , T | at 5 p. m '' take on Liar's Lodge. Hoth teams St. LoiilB Plillaili'lphln l'li,l;iv\ Ki-lli'dlili' Di-troll at New Yurk ( n l R h t l HI. Lntila nl Itailon Inli'.ht) Cli'x'eiiind at Wasliington m i g h t ) . chiMgo ai I'liiintii-lpliln might I TIlltrMlnv's KrHllHs Clilcngii 8-M. Washington 7-fi M .720 19 .027 22 .077 ·2'.\ .r.ris 2-1 .filO ' '! !g]junior high diamond. I Semi-Finalists In liavc excellent records tq r date. Jn Senior league piny" lit 6 p. m.. Columbian Squires will meet Stevens' Furniture. Both games are scheduled Jor Cleveland I n l K l i l ) St. I^onls nl N'ew Y rain Di-tidit ·iiiln. Philadelphia 1 k postponed Ilo;;ton jioslponed, I n c l u d i n g Hie mouths of the ttTimi.4 flowing i n t o it, Chcna- Ipealte Hay lias about -1.000 miles f lidewalcr short:. Pro-Tennis Match To Be Picked Tonight CLEVELAND, June In lift -The last two seinl-flnaliHts in the international pro tennis championships will he decided toniffht when Don Budge of Los .Angeles meets Vinl Rurae of Rumania and Carl Earn of Los Angeles plays Frank Parker of Milwaukee. Hahebo SeRura of Ecudor and Frank Kovac of Oakland, Calif., reached the semi-finals last night when they foea^Elwood Cooke of Now Yoili and Bill 'filden of Los Angeles. Will "Xii" Saluidny and Sunday / Fox Thoalron Opon 1 p. I'liniii' -- Hin Gr.'imlc · Hl.-ilc --IS7 -- Pliixa 1 Rio Grand STARTS SUNDAY . . . Tha Groaiosl Lovo Slory RSinco Ihe Bog'.nnlng of Man · and Woman . . . from llio UCroalost of liooks STATE STARTS SUNDAY ALL FIRST HUN Plus Lads Galoro with J'Tho Bashiul Bachelor' PLAZA SUNDAY - MONDAY TODAY SAT. "GO FOH BROKE" Moans "Shoot Tho Works' ^ HOMETflHH STORY KID SUNDER 12 FREE -- WHEN WITH PARENTS .-. OPEN 7 P. M. NIGHTLY -- SHOW STARTS 7:40! I BLOCK Off U.S.80 OH COLLEGE ROAr TONITE AND SATURDAY NIGHT EXTRA -- COMEDY LATEST NEWS ,.^fta i !tO.-"-HOWfiN J HiGai Who Toon* west ;rhfc Sunday Is' FATHER'S DAY! Ov( ". 60 orr tiwilod lo bo Froo Gu«i!« o( »ny F,OX THEATHE. Just mil lha Cushlor. ANNOUNCING! NOW FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE QUICK SERVICE CLEANERS HAS OPENED A PICK-UP STATION AT 1307 WEST PICACHQ In Building Formerly Occupied by Spotless Cleaners. Lol unpick up your cleaning ai our new sub-station. Wc'vo opon- od it for your Convenience 13 I N . Water Si. 1307 W. Picacho 402 Birmingham, Mich, Juno 15 (JP\~ Samuel Jackson Sncncl, the man to beat in the par-5;Larve(] 5lst United S;ates golf open, toolt a one-stroke lead into today's second 18-holc round with thi,s humble t i p ; "The angels will have to he rUl- in^t smack on the shoulder of the man who wins this one. If you're lucky, you got it. Not in 17 years has K°lf' fi su- prcmc event undergone .such luf- fing find puffing as marked yesterday's opening round in which Snead's onc-ovcr-par 71 was thu beat effoi t wrenched from Oakland Hills' Icmfyinp course. Back in 1B34, there were thrcu 71's shot to top the opening round ovei' the pitr-70 Mcrion course at Philadelphia. Hncntl, who has had four open titles slip out of his grasp and still is shooting fni* his f i r s t ' b i y l one, WHS one stroke ahend of All Bcssclink. blond, liusky former i University of ITiami ( F i n ) golfer. I nnd n stern campaigner, Clayton | Hcafncr of Charlotte, N. C. Somcljody figured that the average score in yesterday's staggering opening round by a field uf 162 was a whopping 78.2G | strokes. One-third of the field was' over 80. ( . Chandler Hiirpcr, 1050 P.G.A." £h:iinpion, did what a lot of his brethern probably would have I l k - 1 ed tu do. Refused Lo turij in his ! card after an opening nine -12 and 1 simply announced; "To hell witli i it." j A f t e r lodny's 18-hnlu KernmbK-.: the field will bo reduced to the j low fiO scoreis for Saturday's I grueling :{6-hole final. } Louis-Savold Fight Scheduled Tonight In Garden ' N E W YORK. Jiinc ,15 UPI -Since - i t doesn't rain in Madison Square Garden, Joe Louis and Lee Savold positively will .tangle In their overdue -15-round hout tonight. An all-day rain, crossing up the weather forecasters, forced the Becqrid slniighl postponement of the battlu of the ancients yesterday and 'sent the. show indoors to Lhc'Garden. The International Boxing club and the ball club proprietors have an agreement not to run competing shows outdoors. The Yankees host. the Detroit Tigers at the stn- clitim tonight. Both of the fighters tcok the second delay philosophically. It started to dilp early yesterday j nnd they were resigned to the inevitable. There was a noticeable increase In interest when the switch to the Garden was announced. Jim Norris, president of the \, B.C., predicted a sellout or close lo it. At their weigh-in Wednesday j Louis scaled 211 \' A ami Savukl, ' 1DO. . ] Louis still belt! as {.hu favorite · '. cd la . i Hiifjiny forr.i 2 (o 1 tu 3 to 1. | By - Tlie AJisodiitcU Pren New York -- Second straight day of rain forces postponement of the Joe Louis-Lee Savold fight until tonight. Bout moved indoors to Madison Square Garden. New York -- Organized base: ball apparently agrees to meet A. B. (Happy) Chandler's terms for ending Chandler's reign as baseball commissioner. .Eugene, Ore. -- Jim Aikcn resigns as football coach at -the university of Oregon. . GOLF , Birmingham, Mich. -- Sam Snend shoots one-ov'er-par 71 Lo lead field at the end of the first r o u n d - o f the U.S. Open . Golf championship. Ben Hogan lias a 76. Motclair, N. J. -.-- Pat O'Sullivan of Orange, Conn., wins the-Women's Eastern Amateur 54-hole golf championship with 235. RACING Inglewpod, Calif. -- Citation (53.90) wiiis his first race since June 3; 1950. by heating his' previous conqueror. Be Fleet,-in $15,- 000- Cenlury-handicap _of. .u nifl at Hcfllywood.park. He was timed n./V.Bfc'-'-'iS^ft*. earneu $8,250 t o ? boost his earnings to $952,710. New York -- Titen 2nd ($7.00) wins Meadowbrook steeplechase at Belmont park, Wilmington, Del. -- Wlnshlp ($9.70) wins the Byway purse, at Deleware park after Sea Fan was disqualified. Chicago -- Eetlka ($15.80) wlnn the Greater Chicago, Hotel Association purfie . at Lincoln Fields program at Washington" park; Boston ~ Power Diamk (J9.2Q) wins six' furlong, feature at Suffolk Downs. .. Seaweed floating -in the Sargos- so aea may be immortal?'-it just- keeps o n growing. · | . . · - . - LAS CRUCES LIQUORS The Store.of .Good Spirit* COOKING SHERRY FREE RECIPES ' STour Family FscH-age Store 334 S. 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