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w I Edlterlal—Adv BE 3-3511— Classified—BE 3-2*11 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS AMD CO"MTY. 25, Wesf Columbia Tonigh? Clute-Wharton In LL Finals By GEORGE FERGUSON Facts Sports Editor WEST COLUMBIA (Sp) — Mike Piersall Is not a fast ba?o runner tional Tournament scheduled Beaumont on Aug. 2. for,though he was credited with the but the Clute All-Star Little Lake Jackson and Ft. bowed out of competition Bend a-1 losses, however these two teams guer proved to be the power hit-jmcet in the tournamcnt-consola. ter at Galloway Field here Ttics- 1 tj on game at the same field begin- day night. jning at 6 p.m. today. Piersall blasted a mile-limb ball ; Clute won the right to meet In Clute's big fourth inning Hint j Wharton for the tournament cham- cleared the left field wall to give ; pjonship and the spot in tlie Beau- the Clufe team a 1-1 score dcad-mont fracas. These two teams lock with the All-Stars from Ft. I square off in their important tilt Bend County. 'at 8 p.m. Wednesday (tonight). loss. He only gave up four hits and walked one. He struck out 12 dur- ed. Chile scored their three nms on fovir hits ar/ four Ft. Bend errors. Following Piersall's homer In the fourth inning, Mike Groth and Johnnie Dent scored on an error by Ft. Bend third baseman Neal Kalinowski. Palaclos Area Tournament. The District Tournament Is being played at Galloway Held here, a facility that cost contributors In West Columbia 560,000. Tlie field is recognized as the finest Little League Installation in the world Clute scored three nms in that! Inning to take a 3-1 victory over the All-Stars selected from Little Lake Jackson American All-Stars tn.-uiii-.wa.i i.!/,.,£,..i,. .had won the Area Tournament at Milhurn Breazeale look to the West Columbia on Saturday night Leagua teams Needville and in Sugar Land, Richmond. In an earlier game Tuesday, Lake Jackson's American League All-Stars fell to Wharton 3-2. mound for Clute with no outs in the bottom of the second inning. And Breazeale went on to win the victory. He replaced Stanley Robinson who gave up the lone run to Ft. Bend on one hit. Robinson struck out one batter during Piersall was the leading hitter his one-inning stay on the mound for Clute — he also got a single for the Clute All-Stars. to right field In the fifth and he i Brcnzeale gave up no runs but tvas almost out on first since he| he allowcd (i ve hits. Some great — the first All-Star Tournament victory for a Luke Jackson Little League team in the 13 years that j the baseball program has existed i there. ! Mays Leads Giants Over .45s 3-1 HOUSTON (AP)— Willie moved so slow to the bast-. But | do f cnsive " work " by C ] ute savc d n j result of this didn't matter, the youngster j w j n j or Breazeale, who allowed jspn errors. night. Wharton jumped to a 2-0 lead in (he top of the first inning as a series of Lake Jack- Charles Walters walk, \vas already a hero in the cyesj hvo wa i]j s an d struck out four bat- rd and Mack Deas got on base on bf tha hundreds of fans on pulling for Clute. hand| The teams were participating in ( ne jj rs t _ the District 18 Little League All- , he bottom~oYthe"first inning. Mi Star Tournament befor mated 2,500 fans. And W» New Have CHOICE HEAVY BEEF ONLY ters. Ft. Bend scored their lone ran, score of the game, in I an error by Carlos Guerrero. Walters scored on a passed ball and Deas scored when L.T hurler i :hell Hall scored on a Clute error. between the Colts and the Francisco Giants Tuesday San night. Mays hit his 3()th and 31st homers of the season and scored again after he was stmck by a pitched ball, accounting for all the Track, Cage Federations Ready To Go By .JERRY l.TSKA Assnrlntf-cl Press Sport* Wrllcr CHICAGO (AP) - The new national track and basketball fed crations were all dressed up today and ready to RO—into a real show down with the Amateur Athletic 1 Union for control of those two sports. The two groups formally com pleted their organization Tuesday after a two-day session, ratifying constitutions and naming officers The track group announced four championships independent of the AAU. Still to be wooed and won by the United States Track and Field Federation and the Basketball Federation of the United States ire the International Amateur The basketball federation, whichIketball tmir In Novrmlior. has approved ft $20,000 annual Hie AAU must ask the Iviskol- to permit college oagers to compete a month ahead of the regular season to face the Athletic Federation he Federation of (track) and International Giants' runs. The victory moved the Basketball Associations. These two groups have the say in accepting athletes for sucli international competition as the Olympic games. Giants! The basketball federation chose He had got on base on a single Stevens, to right field. But earlier in the first inning, Clute had an excellent opportunity to score but losing pitcher James Barker fanned Piersall and Charlie Hill to retire Clute. Brea- zcale had struck out earlier. Clut" had three men left on base that first inning even though the Brazosportcrs only got one hit. Billy Biscamp singled. C a r y Barton was hit by a pitched ball and Dennis Florus got on base on Freddy Koppe bobbled the ball!"" 1 "" ° nc 8 amc of the National Arthur (Dutch) Lonborg, Kansas on a toss from catcher Charles p*^**"* Los Angeles Dodg- athletic director and former cage ,ers. who lost to St. Louis 3-2. k-oach, as its chairman. The track Jack Santord needed help from . group elected as president W W i ,,-i M i, j T i T i . eece as present W , Mike Non-ell scored Lake Jack- Don Larson to gain his 13th tri- Russell of Los Angeles California , son ,, hrrtninin the bottom of the Wph of the season against six representative on fte NatZal h.rdmnmg on a draw play when 'defeats. He departed in the sev- Federation of High School Athle™ Wharton p, chcr Jimmy Cham-| enth aflor Billy Goodman singled 'Associations. Represents of bers threw to second h=ise. i H al Smith homo «-ith n,» n™,ci™ ,.,„ M_. S ___ , ^ ," . .. ° 'Hal Smith home with the Houston Walters scored again for Whar- [ mn _ Larson fanned Joe Amalfi;ton in the fifth on a passed ball.j| ano to end tlie Colt threat. Walters singled to center to geti Dick j-Rrrell, 6-13, was on the on base. Norrell scored Lake Jack-, moumi Ior the C olts. He gave up tlie National Collegiate Athletic Association, the National Prep Federation and junior colleges comprised main attendance at the two-day conclave. runnalso - th ^ | . one '"(Mays' homers in the first and Showdowns between the NCAA- ' the fifth on a passed ball. He j fourth innings and then caught had got on base on a fielder's!Mays with a ball just above the choice. ileft elbow in the sixth. a Ft. Bend error. i Koppe was the losing pitcher Barker turned in a fine hurling | even though he pitched only the performance for Fort Bend even first four and one-third innings, j bush. •-- Clifford Brown relieved Koppe| Asked how it felt to be hit with inspired new federations and the AAU are expected soon, although Cliff Fagan, executive secretary LAST WEEK OF OUR SALE AT AND NOW WE ADD LADIES SW1MSU1TS ALSO SOME FOR GIRLS ENTIRE 1962 Stock-Sizes 30 to 38 and Teens ALSO SOME ONLY S3-S4 & $6 V4 OFF LADIES CANVAS SHOES $ tPr. BroVen Assortment Sizes 4 to 10 You eon't qo wrong for this price GIRLS WHITE DRESS SHOES OFF Also Few Sandals Up to the 12 Only WINTER SALE COATS-SWEATERS SPORT SHIRTS-CORDUROY PANTS-HATS ETC. 2 OFF SPECIAL GROUP GIRLS DRESSES s2- - $5 SPECIAL GROUP BOYS JEANS Srey Dark or Lire colors Colon, Some navy-size 2 to 14 "I told him it was bush," Mays of the National Prep Federation said later, "and I still say it was who was acting chairman at the Fan-oil's fast ball, Mays said: and allowed one run on one hit, gave up one base on balls and struck out three. Koppe allowed two runs, gave up one hit, walked five and struck out seven during his tenure on the mound for Lake Jackson. Chambers was the winning pitcher for Wharton. He worked some'warn wo'rds'overlbe'pitd," the full six innings, gave up noi,^ nothing more hits, allowed two runs, walked Farre!I struck out Mays in the top half of the seventh inning. Also in the seventh, Colts Manager Harry Craft sent in a pinch meeting, said tlie AAU "still is invited to join our group " July 5 was the deadline for the "I got a lump on my arm, but!AAU, which has spurned a year's that's nothing " : beckoning by the new federations The pitch knocked the »i,000|to become charter federation star spinning to the ground. There I members, was a look of incredulous surprise' "But the AAU still on Willie's face as he bit the dirt.iprogram," said Kagan' Mays and Farrell exchanged *S^ •crning n proposed Russian bas- nine game sn-irs i" this country, i linn head, conceded hln group ( t nf , K To make such n mnirst would not plan any petition for IAAI be an AAU admission Hint the recognition for nt lonst ft ynnr, bu t federation controls Ihe top U,K. ;lhe federation has cMdbllnhod « ciiRers. (program of four meotn Indcpcnd- Russell, Ihe new track feilcrn- ent of the AAU. Announcing the ' Appointment of V. "BUSTER" CURRY To head the FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK'S * NEW PUBLIC RELATIONS and BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT The Freeport National Bank It proud to have the service of Hill long-time business and Civic Leader fi |oln the staff of the Bank, thru this NEW SPECIAL SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS W V. "BUSTER" CURRY The tremendous background of banking and business experience Buster Curry has will allow the Freeport National Bank to be a more aggressive force for stimulating business can join our PHONE NO. IS: BE 3-4401 soon! two runs, walked five and struck out seven batters. Hitters Jor Clute included: Piersaii (2), home run and! I single, and singles by Biscamp 'and Hill. j Hitters for Ft. Bend — Michell Hall, Victor Vasquez, Jr., singles; hitter for Farreil, apparently to prevent any retaliatory measure from the Giants on Farrell's first &;;7oubfeTn7 dngfe'r;^ ti ™ a 'f ^ hittin * ««>»• I Matthew Hall, double. ! ™. e <J*« , ge ° ne ™ r ? chan ™ I Walters and Tom Hudgins got'' thfleHGian f f '""I, 6 "' bef °™ '^ j hits for Wharton and there were no | ^ a day °" *** hitters for Lake Jackson. The winner of the 8 p.m. game tonight at Galloway Field here — Ciute or Wharton — will advance to he Sectional Little League AU-| Star Tournament at Beaumont set for Aug. 2-3. And the winner at Beaumont goes to the State j Tournament at Waco. i The winner in Waco goes to a! regional affair in Virginia and' play ends with the Little League! Vvond Senes in Willmmsport, Fa. i M. M. Galloway, tournament | Farrell would not comment on hitting Mays or their verbal exchange. Box Score IT'S EASY .... TO PARK .... TO SHOP TO SAVE AT THE THREE BROTHER'S GROCERY Speciah Good Thurs., Friday & Sat., July 26, 27. 28 109 LAKE JACKSON ROAD—CLUTE—FORMERLY PALMER'S director at West Columbia and a IIOI ' smN .„ r „ „, ^ N rl "- N 'T r " M national Little League official, said i Am-wno :b v o i omuer 2o 5 o 3 0 in pre-game ceremonies here Tues- i * ° ° P 3 " ° day night that District 18 is on« i of the strongest Little League dis- : ib tricts In the United States. "Since 1957," Galloway said, "a District 18 champion has been beaten by the runnerup or world champ." In 1961, El Campo, from I T»uit District IS, made it to the World L'"." 4000 Miyt cf 400 OMola It «rv II 400 OMcCovcy If Aipro'nte 3b 4 0 0 0 Kola If Pendleton rt 4 0 0 0 Cepeda Ib smith c 3 1 1 0 F. Alog rt LJllii ii 301 OHaller c Farrell p 3010 Palan ai aGood'n 2b lOllsanford p oooo II J o° 4020 3011. 3000 3000 1000 J 10 J ;nen n i s i TOUII lor Firell in 71h. 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