The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 22, 1952 · Page 25
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 25

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
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Sports NO. 303 Thursday, May 22, 1952 - x • * Comics : PAGE TWENTY-FIVE Itown baseball fans will have a chance to see 72 Little s*% cranie^ in the four-team major league this summer the ages aeU Ja D vcee Ball Park of 12 and 18, will meet at the Community House at 7:30 for "v in the loop will begin on June 2 and end on August f£'l' r "chTb and "be" entertained "by $ ocond round of. play in the jeie Will be no playoffs, and the Straight-through, two outdoor-type movies of hunt- Ma -3° r City Softball. League, gets take the crO'.vn. . ing events. underway tonight on the.' Lee \vill play four games a week — two on Mon- Th -e club is being sponsored by diamonds^ with.Bayshore Motors ?^o on Fridays. The tentative starting time each ^^T'"™^ ™*™& " U ' etin * G T ral Tire * 7:3 ° ^ on oiamond one m the feature » 6:15 p.m. for the first contest, and 8 p.m. <5 eco nd. Each team Will play 18 games. " of the group. The junior club will contest. Th* 1 four clubs and their be affiliated with the National Three other' games are" carded. Rif!c Association through the Culpeppcr crosses bats with Fran- iicott (e For Charles ImC CITY, N. J. -«L'.R» Giants (Vic Dias), Dittman's Dodgers (Len DeMasters), Earthman Tigers < Lefty Frazier), and Union Cards <Bob Kalbitz). The Baytown Junior Chamber of senior club, and the boys and girls will be thoroughly instructed in XRA's safe way of handling firearms. Yptes points, with pride to the safety record of the National Rifle Association. It was organized in t champion Jersey Joe Commerce is planning tho opening 1881 and since that time, with its • It slid today he expected his n! S ht festivities, but no details of •"change in style" to flatten Charles again in their ilphia fighu J«»e 5. 'ott, now 3g, wrested the [from Chanes on a sevenLu- the ceremonies have oe^n' announced as yet. Ail Little League games will be hundreds of 'thousands 'of members all handling rifles, there has never been a fatality due to careless handling of a rifle by an NRA member. Frank operates qn the umpired by members of the Bay- theory that since young people are town Umpires Association. Dr. C. H. Dolph, vice president of the "knockout at Pittsburgh last league, had sought the services of baseball veterans in the <irea for urnDiring the games on a volunteer basfs. But the governing body of the league decided to hire the as- soci;ytion. However. Dr. Dolph said he wanted' to thank all of the men who -volunteered to donate their time even though they won't be needed now. The opening night of play will find Felton's Giants pitted against the Union Cards at 6:15 p.m.. and the Earthman Tigers against the DSttman Dodgers at S p.m. Ths complete schedule will be published before league play begins. IS At ihsi time many ex- [hought Ch.irl'-'s had changed pore aggrf^-j'Ae style and left open to U'nlcott's kayo left - caul at his train- sners today, "Charles didn't ni«! =t>Ie at Pittsburgh. I erf my style " nt'Khcr tnc buli-^houi- o champion nor any of Iwurage of 12 men at Bader c'jlri.' explain the style Trainer Dan Florio said 'In Joe's first two fights iar!cs, he usrd almost the tj!c — including the vvalk- - that he had usrd in the ghts Avith Joe Louis. He 'lost -'' to Charles. But at irgo, he used a different gether and Charles .was out" gomg to handle firearms "anyway then it is best to te^ach them to do it safely and accurately. This meeting is open to all young people who are interested ta at 9 p.m. on diamond "or,e. On diamond two. Prince meets Humble at 7;30 pm, and Baker's plays Service Produce at'9 p.m. Gpneral Tire is atop the standings with a record of five wins and one loss. Bay&hore is tied' for third place with Baker's, and Prince' Buick, all having won 4Vi> and lost 2 J -1-., Franta, in second place with a 5-2 record, is in a good -spot to take over the lead" should General Tire bow to Bay shore. - General Tire downed Bayshore 9-2 in first round play. STANDINGS General Tire Franta W .. 5 in rifle shooting. Parents also are Bayshore Mtrs. invited to attend. 13K6-UP Baker's Mkt. 4M: Prince Buick ,....-.-. 4'«• Culpepper 2^ Kumblc "-.. 1 Service Produce -. 0 2M altog ERS-JOINED IN 1890 N CE'— The Brooklyn rs entered the National •in 1S90 and defeated. PhU- K>-0 jr. their debut at Vasr.insion Bark. Thp Church League Softball games that were postponed because of wet grounds last Monday will be played tomorrow night on the Lee diamonds. Recreation Director Dan Stallworth announced today. Tomorrow night originally was an open date in the Church League's schedule, Here is the schedule for tomorrow: Diamond one — First Christian vs. SL Joseph at 7:30 p.m., and PLAYED WITH PIRATES Temple Baptist vs. Baytown Sec- KAMILTON, X. Y. OLE)— Eppie ond Baptist at 9 p.m. Barnes, assistant director of ath- Diamond two — Baytown First leties, at Colgate University, play- Baptist vs. Grace Methodist at 7:30 ed" first base for the Pittsburgh p.m., and Highlands First Bap- Pirate? in 1926-27, tist vs. Wooster Baptist at 9 p.m. WOX RING CROWN AT 1" EAST LANSING. Mich. —il'.P.)— Chuch Davey, top-ranked welterweight, won an NCAA boxing crown at Michigan State in 1943 when only 17 year old. Wheei Balance A >L4i r SPECIAL • END ROAD SHOCK 1 Regular 1.50 plus weights AT Ferguson Motors .700 W. TEXAS •Featured in this outstanding selection of handsome "all-wool sport coats are two- and three- button styles ia a wide, variety of colors. 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