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mm i liiaaaift'iijaaeaeaeH A Pat Makes Bull Ring Comeback I Ysleta, El Paso Baseball Winners By LARKY JOHNSON Jo Niccum's clutch (ingle gave El Paso a 7-8 win over Bowie and Freddie Paz pitched Ysleta to a 9-1 triumph over Jefferson in schoolboy baseball games Monday. V. BETWEEN' HERE AND HOW A fist-fight between rival catchers, Sal Arzola of Ysleta and Angel rJ m. 'A Jack Harden, professional at El Paso Country Club, wai ranked 25th in the nation through February in golf winnings on the winter tournament trail. The El Paso veteran is considering competing in the Colonial Invitational at Fort Worth providing he can arrange time for the meet aext month, and definitely plans to Blancaa of Jefferson, highlighted the game on the Lower Valley dia mor.d.

An exchange of Spanish preceded the battle between the hard hitting Arzola and Blancas, who. I av 1 A sf Samanicufo A urn T1 A 4" aubbed behind the bat when Ri- cardo Munoz was hurt In the third inning. Both were ejected. Paz allowed six hits, walked five and struck out six men while fining! play in the National Open in Sa.i Francisco in June. Beto Avila.

the Cleveland short Wins TKO In Army Bout stop and American League bat ting champion who left the club the distance in Ysleta' District 2-AA opener, Hu string of hitlcss innings against Jefferson was (napped at eight, seven coming in in a salary fuss and then com the 1954 finale, but Freddie had Ft. bill. Okla. 'API Ft. bill was promised, is being quoted in the press of Mexico as predicting he would bat .400 this season.

He has a lot of fans who will pull for Nueve Laredo, Mexico. (IP) Patricia. McCormlck the Big Spring. Texas, girl turned matadors, will return to the ring Sunday for the first time since she was gored and almost killed last Sept 5 at ludad Acuna. She will face two bulls in the Plaza de Tor on.

alternating with matadores Antonio Canales and Rafael Molina. Thousands of American aficionado are expected to Jam the Plaza de Toros to see the 24-year-old Texan perform. Min McCormlck will fight Sunday under auspices of a new manager, Francisco Gomes. Her former manager was Alejandro del Hierro, who taught her bullfighting. She had killed her first bull at iudad Acuna last September and was fighting her second when she turned her back to acknowledge applause from the crowd.

The bull, instead of lumbering halfway across the ring as expected turned abruptly and gored her, lifting her high on his horns and twirling her about befora del Hierro and another bullfighter rescued her. Miss McCormlck said at tha time tha was injured iie would return to bullfighting as soon as she was able. him to do just that little trouble. The win enabled Y3-ia favorite Monday as the 4th Ieta to tie Austin for the league Boxing Tournament opened lead with one victory and no losses th eri through ft. Hood, Texas, js the de- jfrnding team champion.

Gil Fcdcrico, Tommy McVay, There were only six bouts Mon-Cookie Galindo and Paz each col- da and Ft. Sill won four of thfm. TEXAS WESTERN COLLEGE'S riflemen took third place in the senior division of the Fourth tering units primarily wer planned for bighorn sheep, bu they also will be used by dee and other larger animals. Botl units were placed above elevation grazed by livestock. All material were packed in by pack animal and the entire job took abou two months.

Each unit has water-storage capacity of 3.50 gallons and a rainwater-catchin; surface 18 by 33 feet, Delmer Tuggle, 170-pound full back, has been named captain the 1955 West Texas State foot ball team. He calls Panhandle hi home. Bubba Hillman, Borge junior slated to be No. 1 quarter back this falL was named asso ciate captain. Each has playei two years of varsity ball.

JAMES SCOTT, WEST TEXA! basketball guard who was over looked by most All-Americat pickers, last week received thi highest tribute that could be pai a cage. He was named to the firs all-opponent team by University of San Francisco, the NCA champions. Scott was the onlj small player selected on the Dons top five. Others were Swede Hal. brook of Oregon State, Ken Sean of Santa Clara, Tom Gola of La.

Salle and Tom Salvino of Loyola of Los Angeles. Scott scored points against San Francisco in the NCAA playoff game. Prudential Life Insurance Co. distributing on request a new 32-page book "Baseball for Boys" which covers a big field for tha small fry players. Has a section with pictures on batting by Ed Mathews, pitching by Robin Roberts, infield play by Harvey Kuenn.

and outfield play by Duke Snider. Army small bore indoor rifle lretcd a pair of singles and Johnl P.oborto Samanicgo, 15)6-pounripri Holmes banked a run-scoring triple from EI Pas. fighting for Ft. to account for Ysletas safeties. technical knockout in 2:53: championships, according to a recent announcement.

Oklahoma 'J7 1 (' I i ii, i pv i 'iH m' derico and Pa each had two l'i "rvnie nar- AdtM dominated the meet, witn Pfc. J. F. Melaugh of Doth In it "i i. MjiiTt, ifxas: vjiih niown d-cnioned John Roland of Camn Chaffee, In the JflS-pound opener; Lrfinnie Johnson, 178.

deci-sioned Kenneth Palmer of the Red River Arsenal, Texarkana, and I-e- The Indians also turned In three double plays. Manny Aguirre allowed five runs, three earned, in four innings to take the loss. Ben' Munoz was bumped lor four runs in iiie fu'ui before Freshman Mariano Carrillo relieved to avert further damage. It was the second straight sparkling rescue job Carillo has produced fantry Division taking top individual honors. Fort Worth Tech won the junior division and Dallas schools won the school systems division.

John P. Elmer of Ft. Ellis was lOlh in individuals To MSgt. Sherward C. Wingate of A Battery, 78th AAA Gun Battalion: Joe Bauman of the Roswell Rockets of the Longhorn League set the new minor league home run record last season with 72 belts out of the park.

or m. Hood In 1:40 of the second round. In the other two bouts. Charles Brown, 178. of Ft.

Hood, scored a first-round kayo over Gerald Yagy, POWER MEN The El Paso Texans will be looking to their outfielders this season to furnish much of their power at the plate. Three candidates for outfield spots include from left to right, Charley Pride, Jim (Boom-Boom) Bynon, and Chalo Garcia. Manager Syd Cohen is sending his 25-man squad through all-day workouts at Dud-Icy Field to get ready for the opening of the season April 20. Iiru midge Jcu zavaia lea jenerson niucrs aanma, N. AFB, and Heavy wiui Qouuie aiiu i uii -pi uuucuig uudumii noooes, jea rtivpr (incle.

jura niinam i'axton in Says Europe i i oi me third. Niccum, whose single broke a fi-8 tie and save the win to Allie Her Texan Rally Beats Falcons Fears Cost NEW MEXICO GAME AND Fish Department has installed two big-game watering units in the Hatchet Mountains in the southwest corner of the state. The wa-j nandez, also had another hit. Luis Alarcon contributed a pair of safe ties, too. El Paso trailed, 5-8, going Aitefitalira T'BI A Into the last inning.

An intentional Laguna Bolder Leads Meet pass to Joe preceded Nic- A four-runrally in the lastof the, BrundaRe president of th, Inte. ninth mmng gained El Paso'a Tex-nationai Olympic committee said JIIr Kurort TZT the lflfift ffnmo. tal-or, 19o8 games taken awav from cum's game winning bingle. Lefty Milton Smitherman pitched six Innings for El Paso and Hernandez hurled the last frame. The victory gave El Paso a tie for third with game of the season Monday aft Major League Players To End Spring Deadline Cincinnati, Ohio.

(UP) Player representatives of 13 major league Melbourne only because of the high cost of sending teams to Australia. Brundage flew here to inspect noon. John Sanford, who hurled for Syracuse of the International Manuel Lozano of Laguna took the all-events lead Mnndav in nntn. Bowie, each having a win and loss. Juan Contrcras started for Bowie! ing Mexico National Fwiino u.ij Bies 'n orucr i.

to report to the IOC meetin? at ans tignt check for seven n- Par, Vv, 1 ninnS wilrfm. ih ln Sune Tne Chicago official said he did not come to Australia Martin Wiggmgton, who was tagged Iclubs are expected to vote disapproval of the March 1 spring training deadline, as well as decide whether to retain their counsel, J. Norman Lewis, at a meeting here Tuesday. and pitched three innings. Petc-namctit competition with a 11(18 Campa pmch-hit for Contrcras in total.

He had the high game with the fourth and delivered a triple ,35 and with the bases loaded. Arttiro De-i r.rrr., Vita relieved for 1 13 innings. Lh ,1 Southpaw Enrique Lopez finished1 hlf Jcnc' 'M hwen w' and took the loss. f'j6 and wa, way ahead in all- for 'the loss, contributed to the Tex- the but "to help you keep them ans' victory. 'The European bodies did not fear' The Players have been given permission to leave their on I'nge 16 Tuesday, The teams meet in a second ex the homeward bound exhibition trail and fly to Cincinnati for their hibition at 2 p.

m. Wednesday, and nt stage the games evcrus wun i.uij. socorro biman- pre-aranged meeting to take up effectively," Brundage said. "Many zki of Tamaulipas had a 224 for at 8 p. m.

Friday the El Paso club matters pertaining to the welfare Luropean nations are genuinely high game. of the West Texas-New Mexico of major leaguers. worried about the high cost of send- League Carson will play the Ft. Bob Feller of the Cleveland In All Stars with Billv Martin nt thoiin8 teams here, I think every per Tehbclls Picks Fowler To Oppose Cubs Monday Shortstop Enrique Camneho led Bowie at bat with two hits. One was a long double off the fence in left-center.

He now has a homer, two doubles and a single in seven plate appearances. Games Wednesday send El Paso to Ysleta for 1 battie of contenders for the crown won by Austin last year. The defending champions Yankees at second base. son the. ar the Following Lozano in all-events competition are Lucio Garza of Tamaulipas 1,133, Gustavo Alaniz of, Nuevo Leon 1,128, Alfredo Diaz of Laguna 1,122 and Jose R.

Mena of TWC Net Team Upsets Coloradoans Speed-baller Sanford fanned lesuvat in tne worm, But facts are facts, and on this dians will act as chief American League player representative and Robin Roberts of the Philadelphia Phillies as National League player head. They replace Allie Reynolds of the New York Yankees, now of the Texans and gave up just i i Nuevo Leon 1,102. innings' he occasion money is a vital factor." A carpenters' dispute with the Hlh Point 1UT Mun, m-j lv seven Trailing in women's all-events D.u. uj'. a.

hurled. contractors has delayed work on will host Bowie at Hueo Mevpr on Maria Antonietta Acevedo of Tne Falcons picked up a run in tional League Texas Western's tennis squad. tnn u. nn innr irnn na rieia jer erson will be idle until, Tamaulipas 962. Maria Lulsa Anava rMhe first and another in the nieiDourne main stadium "'K" t.

tfaffiic in hpinff traded wun Monday. a couple of changes in the third next Monday. orunaage stressea mat 'lineun. nn.t the visiting rnraH off Starter Mack Bradley, First of Mexico City Oil and F.nriquetta irom ine cnicago -uos iu tievc- the Tebbetts said he will give Fowler his final tuning up for Nemo llerrera, Bowie coach, said Baseman Red Cassel drove in all 'ymP'c committee wanted Aus- College team, 4-2. in a dual meet Tovares of Mexico City 931.

opener by having him pitch four or more innings against the Lynchburg yt Bliss runs, climaxing his efforts, lrd" lo s.lae 'nc mes Monday he plans to shift Campa to left field to inject more power into deadline. Competition continues at 9 Tuesday. iciud ot me I'lenmont league at u-iih u.n.r,,n in k. .1.1 i am ncre io neip you xeeoi -k'b I he said "We eave the games adopted this season, which forbade was ne saia. we gave ine games 'after New Mexico netter Lynchburg, Thursday.

me lineup, nff rhlick T.ehrmnnn them Tebbetts also has all but settled in MP onnrnp in hh Decause quested the change because jriirrion ID Tllcla lb Jim caioacci, urst-sacKer for the 7 iM3rr i nnnosed bv club owners we(M nnnA hv club owners ecoK'li'-u inau nusbi alia jiaa -n Vorrl Friokltrouble getting their team together. on his opening day lineup. The first six batters, he laid, will be: Johnny nurr.rat.n 0 0 icrro.Zb 4 0 11 l.fyv,rt-3b 9 0 0 0 Dnminiuez.ii mil Texans last season, took his turn on the mound in the middle three played a magnificant part ln the BaquFra.lf 111 as much as it is by players. 1. 3 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 innings and his southpaw movement.

We thought it Temple, 2b; Roy McMillan, ss; Gus Bell, cf; Ted Kluszewski, lb; Ray The rule was meant to be for the Tuesday afternoon at State 10 0 0 Church Loop Council Meets Tuesday 'Night fitting that Australia get the games because it has competed In 10 0 1 B. Munni.e 1 0 3 Armln.o i 1 1 3 13 1 Ware.c 10 4 0' PVdcrlco rf 31 1 II! MrVay.lf 3 1 1 2' Spi-m-f Jablonski, 3B, and Jim Greengrass, 4 3 10 3 3 3 0 If. Wally Post will be the right Olympiad since held the Falcons in tow. Catcher Bill Golibart nailed him for a double in the fourth, only to be thrown out at third on Jim Bynon's throw from center field. The Texans picked up a run off 3 0 0 1 .13 0 1 Ulvfrn.rl 0 0 0 01 Gallndo.Sb benefit of players.

Some older play- co'lege- iU ers wanted it because they felt club Gene Stogner. shifted from fourth owners were taking advantage of (to second in the TWC lineup, made them by inviting them to report: the switch look good when he swept early for spring training. through Dave Glaze, 6-0, 6-3, in a However, as it worked out this key match, soring, many major leaguers com- Stogner also was paired with Arnla.3b 3 0 11 f. Paz.D 3 3 13 fielder but whether he bats seventh or eighth will he decided later. Andy Semlnick likely will be the opening day catcher, but Ed Bailey 10 3 AKulrrr.p 10 0 1 The Church Athletic Council a-Clftrnboa 0 0 0 Oj Sanford in the sixth inning, and in meet at 7.20 p.

m. Tuesday in First will do a lot of catching early in the b-VHiUM 0 0 0 0 Munuz.D 0 0 0 01 Carrllln.p 1 0 0 0' me Dottom of the ninth went to plained it delayed their conditioning! Henry Masterson in the top double; Methodist Church with the solTball-season, Tebbetts said. Maxwell Joins Lht ilt Las Vegas Droavam. In fact, tne team lor tne Winers a pairing rnirv WnariHn. this main iim nn owler beat the tilths fmir times work on Wiggingtcn.

He waiked two runs across, and then burlv Braves and Kansas City Athletics, which earlier had failed to jell a-wled iVr'Al ''the agenda. Tuesday is the last last year and lost to them once along with some of their players, a defeat Glaze and Bill Anderson, were fined by Frick for working; 6-3. 6-2. b- Ran for Gamboa in Ten teams are ready for adult Struck out cnmoletm tnt k.i I wi- Jack Johnson slapped a two-run single for the winning tally. It was the third Texan hit of the game.

for Arzoia In 1th. "imenj play, iney are av. iamb out be'lore Marcr in rionaa. I 1 Firati'S Clips llatimore, 9-8 score by imiings: Lutheran, First Methodist. Ysleta Frick Is known to want all train- Las Vegas.

Nev. (UP) Billy von Brown, who took over the Jrirrrua I OA inn Baptist, Calvary Baptist, Austin III'! 1411 8 in restrictions removea. lou re-rinl of the Braves heads a group Park Christian, Immanuel Baptist, mound forhe Texans in the ninth, got credit 'for the victory. Asbury Methodist, Bap-! of owners who want a more liberal Brunswick, Ga. (UP) The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 9-8, Monday, for their sixth victory ln eight starts against Masterson outlasted Doug Corlry of the visitors in a marathon match, 2-6, 8-6, 7-5, in the top singles match.

Buster Kelsay down Norman Spears, 6-3, 6-3, for the other TWC point. Anderson defeated Severo Garcia. 6-2, 6-1, in singles, and Corley and Spears defeated Kelsay and Garcia, 9-7, 6-3, for the other Colorado tist. Fort Boulevard Methodist and xttimmi n-ruvro. f-aj, iinlmM DrtrKa.

McVay 3. Sncnc I. rmerlco: Blanras. Domlnsuri. Acosld 3, Cnllndo; Losing pllrhrr: Asuirr (0-11; RBI- Fedrrlco 2 HoImM, Zavala, MrVay, Pan 2: 3H Holrnfi: SB: Paz.

Holmfa, Armla 3, McVay 3i DP: Pai to Siwnre, Dominium Jo Spnre, Ware to Sprnco to Flprro: Jefferon Yaleta i BB: Asulrre Par. 8, B. Munoi Carrillo 2: SO: Pa I. Aaulrrn, li. Munni.

t'lirrlllo 3: llila mi. A 1.. a. First Christian. There are two openings for teams.

Intermediate boy signed so far set of rules to apply to all clubs. Although the players generally do not care for the March 1 deadline, they are known to favor the March 10 deadline for Baltimore and their 13th victory In Maxwell's victory in the Azalea Open golf tournament over the week end Monday led to his being certified as the 20th eligible player for the $35,000 Tournament of Champions here at the end of this month. Tournament Director A Hard Roen said a field of between 20 and 22 players was indicated for the tournament April 28-May 1 because onlv two more tournaments1 Ike To Turn Southpaw For Opener are First Methodist, Ysleta Baptist, DeMolay, Ysleta Methodist, Asbury avh i httinn tfamos 16 games with American League opposition. Score by innings: Pittsburgh (N) 500 400 0009 12 2 3 linn .1 im in- Tbev will recommend at Tuesday's College point, tlmt it h-. rptaini-d.

The ninnv B. Munoi 4 aMr 4 ,3 Cnrrlllo MPtllorllSI, uranaview D.ipu.M. inn The Miner squad leaves Thurs- "he Miner and fl In 1 2 3: Kiinprl nina: Aom.r, itv Methodist and First i'resoy Baltimore (A) 401 010 2008 11 1 present rules governing winter 'day noon for their annual Easter baseball in the Caribbean also will trip. They day Texas Tech Friday terian 3 B. Munoz -1; Wild nitthes: Munnri V- Red Haydfn and Vtnody Krlciui; T- 3 00.

IN COMEBACK esse Fon-seca, former main-eventer in Border rings, will start a comeback effort Monday night in the Coliseum when he fights Joey Reyes in the semi-final of the fight card. Fonscca, absent from the rings some three years, hopes to return to main event bouts. Chapel. First Method-! BcMitninnt (UP) President: remain in which pros may qualify Washington, Eisenhower. be discussed morning, west lexas state saiur- nSDOrOI 'u V.

aimnma r. A tlnivareitv nf sore-armed right- the Masters and The Gree nciwir. i .1. -KUltlllOlf, I llldll M- (ilild ttll ist, Ysleta Baptist, Method-; JohnS(jn gld S(nUh ,8, IKI. PASO oerrv L.oieman, iew iuia, hander, may ihhlt turn southpaw for Onen.

1st, urannview tjapusi, run ouuiu- kee's player representative, said he; New Mexico Monday morning WP Douglas. LP Ferrarese. HR Freeze, Atwell, Thomas. nis pitching chores this vear. Trinity Methodist, Each of the qualifiers for the ivard Methodist.

thought each club should be per ab a' 2h 3 0 0 1, 3 0 8 0 Arclnirrn.c 3 3 3 1 Clival. 3 0 3 Oi I.inmn.lf HfrnoVr.lf 4 0 1 1' That was the word Monday from Tournament of Champions is guar 4 3 8 i First Christian and CYO girls are mitted to work out its spring train ing problems as it saw fit. anteed $1,000 for competing, re. I ready to start the season. Clark Griffith, 85-year-old presi.

dent of the Washington Senators. Under common law, Griffith has L. rndP7.3b 3 113 llf ndcron.rf 4 0 10 Kansas City Beats Columbus WIN TrNSIS DOVBLFS Aranda.rl 3 0 3 0J Ramirer.3b 10 11 rranro.c 3 1 Smlthn mn.p 10 0 3 rtlrlrirat lt I A A t.r...;n a Menton. H-anre. (UP) Nicholas gardless of where he finishes.

The field is limited to winners of 30 major tournaments during the preceding 12 months. Last year 19 qualified while 20 were eligible the exclusive rights to Mr. Eisenhower's services for the opening Columbus, S. C. (UP) Gus Zer Women Open Golf Title Play Thursday El Paso Women's Golf tion members will start club championship play at Valdespinf 1 1 Hrinandrz.o 1 1 Pietrangell and Orlando Simla of; lwita.p dPorraa ooo Italy won the men's double title ati 0 0 0 Niccum.3b (illLh.

Mmilnn Iniirnamant hv the Menton tennis tournament Gadsden Raps Tularosa In Ttvin-Bill or tne Daseoau season next Mon (8), Lasorda (9) and Walker; Wilson, Vargas (3), Koslo 6, Jay (8) Gorin (9 and Crandall, Parks 17) WP Newcombe. LP Wilson. HR Amnios 2, Aaron, Mathews 3 day. previous year. nial hit his fifth home run in four games Monday to lead the Kansas City Athletics to a 7-1 victory over The elderly baseball magnate Totiila 3Sc20 7 Tnlalt 20 a 21 ft' defeating Gardnar Mulloy and Tony Vincnt, both of Miami, 4-6, B-3, 8-2, 6-3.

the Columbia Redlegs of the Sally called at the White House Mon. day to see how his most famous "-iripied inr I'nnlmra in 4lh b-Singled to pitcher for Smitherman In 9th Two out when winning run acored. Summer Tan Wins Allowance New York. (INS) Special ta II. PASO TIMES Tularosa, N.

M. Gadsden High player was getting along. Mr. Eisenhower, an ardent golf. Cleveland Belts Giants, Thursday.

Players will qualify for medal a -Waiked lntentinnallv for iu.nn Summer of Anthony walloped Tularosa in League. Kans. City (A) 010 140 1007 14 3 Col. (Sal.) 000 000 1401 0 Dittmar, Trice (7) and W. Shantz; B.

Martin. Hnmmcll (5 and VinriM- nntv ihi. ii-clr Fict ffrnim cr by inclination, said painful bur. sitis in his right shoulder may In 7th. Ipn.

t.lnmn. BR: Coiitrpra 2, Snmhernirin Rrnia by Innings: 4i HeVila 2. Iilio 3. Ilrrnarldp. SO: l.l 1-4 Smilhermim C'ontreraj.

DeVita 2. I mi III 3. Hrmandrr 2. Hits and runs: Contrerm Tan. highly regarded Kentucky schoolboy baseball double-nearter A Aih, Moa rw Va.r,o, niiohpdlwill leave No.

1 tee at 8:30 a. m. Dorhv hnnpfnl marie his Montgomery, Ala. (UP) to assault New York Giant and third rounds First, second force him to throw out the first pitch left-handed when the Sena- a resoundine success when hei'h? varsity to a 16-1 conquest and Mrcum. Prralra.

famacho. in 3. llrVlla 2-2 In 1 1,3. Lopez J-3 in Schmidt Cannon fil. are scheduled for April 14, 21 i it k.

1 1 i-ifianrie. rranco. Snuttirrnian 5-5 in fl. Hcrnanclfl irnmn ifirtnrv hv 11 Pn ff1h or mora iiusiun uuiicu iuui in WP Dittmar. LP B.

Martin. HR Zernial. unii 4 pitching, the Cleveland Indians acam drfeated the World champions, 9-5, Monday before 7,466. tirs open the American League season against the Baltimore at riillKS Ul iMU-uii unit 1-1 va- naniiirz, niareon. uuil.en, l.imnn.

Ro-'O-l in 1 Kerned rum: UeVita, origuer. Su.ilh. t. Co.ilreia., PB-Arcmiega. Wild pitrhra: Ari hiega.

fam.iho, B. Ramirez. I Vita. Heinandrz. t.nnrj 1W1: Howie 3, i in a $6,000 allowance race itorv in the game.

Tamolr RHI: Alarcon, Kranio. Canina 3. Llmon. FP Score by innmgs: Hernandez and 28. Mrs.

C. D. Lee is defending champion and current holder ot the traveling trophy donated by Popular Dry Goods. Three wins give a player possession of the trophy. eraiea.

Bicciim. 2H: C'amacho. 3B: AMridlt. Winner: rampa. Sac: Lopez.

SB: Camarho 3, Nic-''l-ll. lorez 10-H. Cleveland (A) 010 032 2109 14 2 Yankt'es Heat Chattanooga The three-vear-old colt, owned! Vasquez tossed a and by Mrs. John Galbreath. covered struck men- Jonnny Sala- the mile and a sixteenth a' loser; Sal Gonzalrs starred at bat with New York (N) 200 200 010 5 8 1 Feller, Houttcman (5) and Foiles; BACK AGAIN By Alan Mover Grissom, Jansen (7), McCall and two doubles.

Connie Guerra, Robert Fuller and Vasquer each had a i it. u. iiuircj cub uuci til naa in the saddle. It was Summer Tan's first trip to the post since We strum. pair of hits, It will not be the first time Griffith has used an ambidextrous first-ball pitcher.

Former Presi-dent Truman could throw from either side. He took great delight in keeping the fans guessing as to which arm he would use. Griffith said he told Mr. Eisenhower he could use either arm. Right or left, the President is a great drawing card.

Griffith presented Mr. Eisenhow. he won the rich $269,000 Garden NEW YORKER WINS Brockway, Pa. (UP) Top-seedert WP Houtteman. LP Jansen.

HR Westlake, Wertz. Chattanooga, Tenn. (UP) Ed Lopat tried to be the New York Yankees' third straight route-going pitcher Monday but ran out of Sas in the seventh inlng of a game in which Chattanooga was beaten Gadsden will visit Bowie of El Siate Stakes last October. Paso Thursday and host Highland George Ball of New York defeated High of Albuquerque Saturday morning. Detroit On thi Atlanta, 13-i Harry Hoffman of Philadelphia in the finals of the Brockway invitational tennis tournament, 6-3, 6-0.

McDonough IMumbers Win I MY' o' IU Jackson Decisions Atlanta, fia. (UP) The Detroit pr ith a gold pass from the by 11-8. Score by Innings: New York (A) 201 100 42111 13 1 Chat. (Sou 002 000 303 8 11 2 Lopat. Sain (8 and Beria.

Bcr-beret (5); Zeisz (4); McCoy 18) and McDonough Plumbers won the Archie McBride Tik'ers collected 14 hits off three 'American League. Mrs, Eisenhow-' h'st half championship of thej Atlanta pitcners in an exnibition 1 aingaicr oag con. senior leazue at LI Paso Bovs v.iar Vnri ovci Pass. W.u game Monday to win 13-4. iiainmg another season Mr.

Eisenhower caused some I. '''u" (Hurricane) JacKson. Far Rock Score by innings: Sacka. WP Lopat. LP Ross.

t.i urr i tuis rnmut s. vtMHYH umn win over Products a. Ann cm a in in a oi a ruror in hie fircri. Mimiumuu in i 1 i Archie McBride iu i of uinis io iirau inr iimci 3 decision over Atlanta (Sou) 000 400 000 4 8 3 ear oince- wok off in A ree-nuintno V. Milr mma lall IN.

MEN'S SHOES in step with EASTER In America'i Finest Nam Brands! SAVE 25-50 iimbiuc in ana Cafe won a iouen uom io round heavyweight bout tt St Senators Outcore Redlegs wnson Mines, Larnncnael (gij-n''t me uumer. neijjuly Family in the other game. Nicholas Arena. uraoowsKi im ann noarxe, vaseyj "nciiumi Asssumptionl Tuesday night game a snor; lime later. Church plays Fritos Products and High Point.

N. C. (UP) The Gil Turner Hands Fullmer First Loss Washington Senators spotted the VV i Del Monte Cafe plays Darbyshire Steel. '0 -iaf i u.U a Red Sox Rallies Overcome Phils Greenville, S. C.

(UP) The Bus- Cincinati Redlegs a 5-0 lead Monday then beat them. 8-5. giving the American Leaguers a lead in their Xew York. (INS) Gil Turner of I ti.l. k.jjI.

FT. HANCOCK WINS Ft. Hancock defeated Van Horn iianucu ian nnuuiu Every ft'r ll erf.ct And Brand Na 17-12. in an exhibition baseball ene turner ms first pro same. F.

Arellanes and J. Villa- 'cssional defeat when he scored Texas IVctters Defeat Kice Houston, A P) Sammy Giam-malva turned back defeat twice and then rallied to win the third and deciding set in the 1 singles as Texas swept a Southwest Conference tounis meet Kice. 6-0. Giammalva. ranked 16th in the nation, defeated Dale Miller, Rice senior.

4-6. 6-4. 8-6. prmg series or seven victories lo ton Red Sox came from behind with one and one tie with only four; three rim rallies in the sixth and games remaining. Iseventh innings to score their third Score by innings: straight win over the Philadelphia Wash.

A 1 0011021 500 10 9-7. Monday before a lobos homered for Ft. Hancock and unanimous 10-round decision over P. Herrera for Van Horn. Fullmer at Eastern Parkway Arena Cin.

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