The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 23, 1952 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 23, 1952
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'rHE BAT i'6'VfrM'SUN. AY f23,;'4 952', Writing' Own Thri/Hng Finjsftes \ Sf and ings Id-Be Sport Writer's Bat Talking With Authority, ' ' Buffs Split With Missions; Roughs Hike League Lead i - i •''+-',: ** >U .UlS-BobNieman, an out- start this spring, as "one of the manager at Tulsa last season be- Team ju^ ..._„ to be^a sports best m my career, but that's not fore he went over, to OWahoma Beaumont ,....,.... 27 out ni-s too ~i on g» City, with his steadiness at the Fort Worth 21 Nieman, in his fifth season of ±^1°*'! ^ J* £* !?? ™» Housto * TEXAS LEAGUE : W L 17 19 23 & on the roster of .Bill ^ to ™*™**»™*<>™: «>d "Vincent had me sit on a chair P' e ..° .. -a^wns." but when i&at was .292 with Columbia. S ., in 1950. Nieman credits Al Vincent, his said". Shreveport f be . s winning a *..- ^.ntai brttall.""htt i«"i.~ ta^SuM" 11 * ""' "" ^ llas ...;......... 21 * u i._ ~* -0 ill 200 nv*>r a ccacnn ^«!.. , ,..f- ' l"U_ii. <Z.hra.vannrt 21 at h time—taking practice cuts," he Tulsa of Kent State Unl- ohlo to study journal- '30' is written to I can catch on said. "Of course, S H tops my list of favorite In the meantime, base, vocation, writing my av- f BrOW ns have won but three L t Barnes on their 'current Knds but those victories d the Nieman by-line. r j*hthanded s'uggcr almost vjdedlv swept a two-game S>m t' he Bosfcori Red Sox ' 6o mered the tying run and vj home the decisive tally in ira inning of one game and 1 the marginal run in the oth- |er egai" baiting in the tying jHy a slow starter, the 25- id ex-catcher describes his ColumMa, S. at home '~iHi^T,^ ST. %S?%^.."::% 17 21 21 23 21 22 22 By UNITED PRESS Pet Texas League pitchers held the 595 spotlight again Friday alter tossing two shutouts, a 2 to 1 victory and a slightly one-sided 8 to 2 • 5Z5 ing 3 to 2. A violent thunderstorm washed "the game put. The .Roughnecks rallied for three runs in, the second inning and three more in the ninth for the 8 •523 game around the league Thursday to 2 drubbing handed the Shreve- MISTER BREGER By Dave Breger Sioac, lear Beckworth Thursday's Be&ults Beaumont 8, Shreveport Fort Worth 2, called,'rain. Oklahoma City 5, Dallas 0. San Antonio 2-3, Houston 1*12. Friday's Schedule , Dallas at Oklahoma City. Fort Worti* at Tulsa.- Beaumont' at Shreveport. San Antonio at Houston. . .500 night.. .477 ' A fifth game—the- nighter be- y»75 tween Houston and San Antonio— .463 was a 12 to 3 affair in Houston's .436 favo'r, San Antonio won the opener 2 to 1. The other big port Sports. Shreveport's Mickey Livingston and Joe Szekeley hom- ered for the Sports' only two scores; Fort Worth's Jim Melton gave up only to hits in the Cats' 2 to 0 scorer—Beau- shutout over the Oilers. Johnny mont ' s * ° 2 trurph ver hre **" Vander Meer > who was ' the ' Joser > game p ort — boosted the- Roughnecks' four hits. lead in the league to' three full Worth runs were unearned, on Eagles. Indian catcher aided the cause with a three-run homer in. the fourth. l ,_. Thursday night's games , left Fort Worth and'Houston tied, for. second in ,the /standing _ tKree games back of Beaumont, with Fort Worth leading the Buffs by e sparse two percentage points. Friday night's schedule is the same as last night—Beaumont at Shreveport, .Fort Worth , t at. Tulsa, Dallas at Oklahoma City and San Antonio at Houston.' Flies 40, SEOUL, Korea"— (U.E).- ^gh"ter-bomber lr wmg" x fleV JEts. 40,-_, top every-'outfit in the-theater.,, - ,u f > ,*, ^ ',*•>',', Second Lc:* W/' R: SpradHng, < 70i/- S. .College, Tulsa', t Okla., piloted his F-8Q* on. the "- wing's 40,000th sor-, tie. i The Eighth Is- known as the "Hobo" .wing for Its.many^jrnoves, up and down the Korean peninsular with the shifting -battlefjron't; -7. r ^ games. errors baseman AMERICAN LEAGUE _ t , , by Tulsa third Elsewhere Fort Worth shutout j im K irby and catcher v Hobie Lanthe Oilers at Tulsa 2 to 0 and drith ln the second inning. . Oklahoma City blanked Dallas 5 Oklahoma City's Hugh King, to 0 at Oklahoma City. sidelined for 10 days with a sore A. second game between Fort arm, returned to action last night . Worth and Tulsa was called in the to hurl the Indians to a neat four- fourth inning with the Gate lead- hit 5 to 0 shutout over the Dallas Team Cleveland ... Washington Boston New York .. St. Louis ... Chicago .... Philadelphia Detroit W 21 , 18 . 18 . 16 .-17 , 14 . 11 . 8 L. 12 13 14 13 17 17 16 21 Pet .636 .581 .563 .552, .500 .452 .407 .276 in Lindley Beckworth r, a candidate for the enate, vnll speak in Anahuac __ on '\S'ednesday. Mil be ai Anahuac at 10:30 jV^dr.esday and at Highlands ,.31, that afternoon. congressman will speak at es in five days during a tour of South Texas. came to Baytown re- to make a speech but was B U<J from doing so by Police J.K. E. 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