The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 23, 1952 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 23, 1952
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PAGE 10- THE BAYTOWN SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1952 College Admitted Into Athletic Confe Pep's Comeback Attempt Shelved Five Teams In League With Bay*own Gaqers M *£ The Lee College basketball team will compete in the Texas Junior College Athletic Conference next' winter, Coach Alton Laird announced today. There are 23 schools in the conference, which is divided in four districts. Lee «ollege was placed in District one along with South Texas JC of Houston, Concordia JC of Austin, Texas, San Antonio JC, Temple JC and Clifton JC. Clifton is a small junior college located about 45 miles northwest of Waco. District one will play, a double round robin to determine a champion and runner-up. The champion and runner- up in each of the four districts will play in the conference tournament at North Texas State in Denton on the first Monday and Tuesday in March, 1953. Representatives of District one NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UE)-Wil- will meet m the latter part of Sep- , . , tember to draw up a loop sched- lle Fe P fi comeback attempt went ule. Gbach Laird said that Lee Col- on the shelf Friday for three or lege probably will play about 12 four monfchs because O f a reopen- non-distnct games, m addition to . . the 10 district affairs. Jn ? of ** old cut over his rl S ht " He hopes to schedule at least 10 eye. home games. The f ormer featherweight cham- Lee College fielded a team last pi O n from Hartford had the ecar season in the City Recreation tissue over the eye re-injured League here. The college dropped Wednesday night in Miami Beach out of intercollegiate competition w hen he bumped heads with during the early part of the war Claude Hammond of North Ber- Before the war, the college fielded N j in their 10 _ round bout . some of the finest junior college fc decision, teams in Texas. The team was . . >. ., . . , . , . known as the Blue Devils then, but *! s fourth straight ance losing last year the name was changed his crown to Sand >' Sadaler. to Rebels. Pep returned to Connecticut by Lee College was admitted to the plane Thursday night and will un- TCJAC at a recent meeting in dergo an operation on the eye.' Fort Worth attended by Coach iaird and Dean Walter Rundell. 1 A spark plug must give from Tourists are welcome'in Ameri- 1,000 to 2,000 sparks a minute in can Samoa, provided they have 1,500 degree temperature and round-trip tickets. Visitors who withstand explosive pressure as plan to stay are asked for proof high as 500 pounds to the square of financial responsibility. inch. CURLEY KAYOE at the STURDY BOATS COMPETENT SKIPPERS 420 West Brazos Phone 1330 or 631-W —by Sam Leff GOSH, MOM-I CAN'T UNDERSTAND SAtLY-lOU LEAVING ME 3UST BECAUSE 5KELUY 50MMER5 PHONED IOVES YOU J COULDN'T TH£ IDEA YOU MIGHT B£ INTERESTED IN ANOTHER GIRL; PIPN'T EVEN GIVE ME A CHANCE TO EXPLAIN/ Wolf Impatiently Walts for Grid Season New Tuiane Mentor To Jazz Up Green Wave Attack ri'M SURE SAUY-LOU WILL REALIZE I THAT AND RETURN/ ANYWAY, IT£ J A 600P THING SHELLEY IS THE I FICKLE TYPE - SHE'S PROBABLY FORGOTTEN YOU ALREADY WHY'O ^ OTTO, CALL THE STUDIO > YOU SEND fAND TELL TH€M THEIR FOR.MEXNUMBER ONE PROPERTY AT THIS V QUITS UNLESS CURIT LATE HOUR, J KAYOE CO-STARS IN SHELIEY? A NEXT PICTURE.' For Little Leaaue Here is the full schedule for the Baytown Little League this summer. Starting June 2, the- league will play every Monday and Friday until the schedule is completed on. August 1. First game each night will start at 6:15 p.m., and the second game at 8 p.m. All games will be played in the Jaycee Ball Park located on school property Southeast of Lee College. The four teams in the league are Thad FeltonV Giants, Dittman's Dodgers, Earthman's Tigers, and Union Cards. JUNE 2 6 9 13 16 20 23 27 30 'JULY 14 18 21 26 28 AUGUST, X FIRST GAME Giants vs. Cards Giants vs. Tigers Dodgers vs. Giants Tigrers vs. Dodgers Dodgers vs. Cards Cards' vs. Tigers Cards vs. Giants Tigers vs. Giants Dodgers vs. Giants Dodgers vs. Tigers Cards vs. Dodgers Tigers vs. Cards Giants vs. Cards Giants vs. Tigers Giants vs. Dodgers Dodgers vs. Tigers Cards vs. Dodgers Cards vs. Tigers SECOND GAME Tigers vs. Dodgers Cards vs. Dodgers Cards vs. Tigers Cards vs. Giants Tigers vs. Giants Giants vs. Dodgers Dodgers vs. Tigers Dodgers vs. Cards Tigers vs. Cards Giants vs. Cards Giants vs. Tigers Giants vs. Dodgers Tigers vs. Dodgers' Dodgers vs. -Cards Tigers vs. Cards • Cards vs. Giants Tigers vs. Giants Dodgers VR. Giants By JEVI SASSER NEW ORLEANS —(LIE)— Balding Raymond (Bear) Wolf is impatiently waiting for next football season. If his 1952 Tuiane football squad'shapes up acording to plan, he might find himself back in the limelight as one of the nation's top head coaches. ( Thafs what he wants. Wolf, who turned out top-notch teams at North Carolina, but who dropped several degrees at Flori- .da, was given the head man's job at Tuiane two months ago — just in time to get his spring training polished up. ( And, when the Tuiane Green Wave hits the field next fall, the team will be just about the same organization Henry Frnka sent onto the gridiron last season. But it will be a re-tuned outfit, jazzed up by Wolf with some ideas of his own. "I plan to install some double- wing plays for the coming season," Wolf said. "It's a good, sound formation that lends itself to good passing and fast running. I know it's a good one to watch." But the Greenies will hang on to the basic T. Forger's t Arresf Ends Good Time For Pals CHICAGO, May 23 01*— Every week Anthony C. Adams, 43, gave his $42 paycheck to his mother who gave him S10 spending money, but he spent more than 534,000 on his friends at a west ,side tavern. ' Friday Adams was under $10,000 bond and awaiting a court hearing June 20 on charges he forged his employers name to hundreds of expense vouchers over a • two-year period. His friends were understandably saddened by,the turn of events. Adams bought them drinks, clothes and fixed up their houses. He never spent a nickel of the pilfered money on himself. Automotive vehicles now on the nation's highways produce 50 times as much horsepower as that possible from all central power plants in the country. "We're a besic-T team," Wolf said. "We know that best and we'll use-jt this season." Wolf, who played guard and tackle at Texas Christian University from 1924 to 1946, plans to throw a little bit of everyhing into the 1952 edition of bis Tuiane team. The result probably will look like a general mixture of the Southwestern, Southern and Southeastern Conferences in which the new head mentor has coached. The sprinkling of split-T plays thrown into the Tulene repertoire won't go by the wayside. Wolf says ne definitely intends to use them because "the split-T is probably Rackley Top Midgef Racer Af Speedway • An estimated 1000 fans saw Buddy • Rackley come from last place to win the 12-car, 20-lap feature at the Charmelview Speedway v midget ' races last night. Rackley wheeled his Offenhauser around five wrecked cars during the main event. Lee Flowers finished second, and Hugh Porter third. Rackley aLso won the trophy dash, third heat, end the first semi-final event to steal the-show. Trophy dash: 1) Buddy Rackley, 2) Vern Blackburn, 3) Harry Ross, 4) Leroy LaRose. Time: 1:02.4. First heat: 1) .Lee Flowers, 2) Hugh Porter, 3) Clyde Ashford,» Charlie Huebner^- Time: 1:40.10. Second heat: 1) Leroy Braxdale, 2) Mel Wren, 3) Tommy Rosborough. Time: 1:38. First semifinal: 1) Ross, 2} Brex- dale/ 3) LaRose, 4) Rosborough. Time: 2:15.06. Second semifinal: 1) Rackley, 2) Flowers, 3) Hugh Porter, 4) Ashburn. Time: 2:09,45. Class B feature: 1) Blackburn, 2) Clyde; Caliicut, ;3) Charlie Hill, 4) Charlie Huebner. Time: 3:00.24* "Main feature: 1) Rackley. 2) Lee Flowers, 3) Hugh Porter, 4) Tommy Rosborough- Time: 5:17.45. the meet deceptive formation in football — and the hardest to de-. fend against. * "With a good quarterback the split-T can really make e team go," he believes. Wolf is aware of the tough job i that lies ahead of him. He knows ! all too well the unending demands i of alumni, students and university patrons for winning football teams. He learned that at Florida. It's a rigorous 24-hour a day job that has sent a growing number of big-time coaches, such as predecessor Frnka, into retirement or milder work in search of a refuge from the ulcer-producing task of winning games. But Wolf doesn't mind that Motor TUIK%' ALL CARS Regular 4,80 A MAY SPECIAL^;, Ferguson Moto •500 W. TfiXAs Try Sun Classified A IN BAYTOWN, ITS SUM-TEX, FOi WEEK-END SPECIALS BONDS— J. W. DANT * 5 Case—52)11 JAMES E. 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Ray Harbour came home from High Island by way of the Bolivar ferry Wednesday and said. he saw one fishermen come in from the rocks with 40 large specks: It just goes to show that the fish are still there. It is just a matter of the weather letting the fish end fishermen get together. By Oscar Fraley NEW. YORK — CUE)— Johnny Sain, the man. who "forgot how to throw/' was remembering again today and it brightened the pennant hopes, of -the world champion Yankees. " Only four years ago, the burly, tobacco chewihgTight bander from. Pine Bluff, Ark., was the toast of the Boston Braves as he teamed with Warren Spahn to pitch them to the National League flag. They had a saying then: "First it's Spahn and then it's Sain •— then, oh Lord, we pray for rain." Johnny had a couple of fine seasons before.that 1948 pennant season. After three years in the Navy, he had come marching home to win 20 games in 1946 and 21 in 1947. But 1948 was his big one, with a league leading 24 victories and World Series spoils. '] The big, quiet guy from the Ozarks looked like he was his old self in the spring of 1949. He was king of the grapefruit league — and then the roof collapsed around his ears. He wound up the season 3 Yea * Water Heaters * Mtic Fans NOT STOMACH WORMS MANY BASS FISHERMEN "have complained about the bass in all southern waters having worms, and when these fishermen were questioned they all mentioned small red worms inside the bass' stomach. We took the occasion to get down the fish book again end get educated on the matter. The book tells us that all large-mouth with a mark of 10 victories against bass have a mass of red curly sub- 17 losses. stance in their stomach that is a pert of their digestive system, and E"rfS!? S r l\- th % bass ' Anatomy arm ^ it was ^ is often mistaken for worms by not ra] , fh t fishermen. It also mentioned that taat this part of the bass' digestive system develops and becomes more apparent in the Spring months. So you fellows quit worrying about those .Highlands Reservoir bass having stomach worms. ANOTHER RISE SEEN" LEONARD Chance reports the Trinity river down about to the standing point and clearing nicely "I just lost my rhythm," he insisted. "I could feel tension in my ut I would e sore arm. Anyhow, I just didn't have it "You might say," he deliberated, "that I forgot how to throw." Sain located that lost rhythm toward the end of that season and came back he next season to win 20 games again. But Johnny "lost it" once more last year andNvhen. by late August, he had compiled a poor mark- of but five triumphs against 13 losses, the » , — -.,., ,. , . —° ---— ~-j ..QU^^V JL.-J luijac*, LUC .oiaves out very httle fishmg activity. The waived him out of the league and nV*»f t"on/"v^ttr <-<*» ._,..,«it. _»_ -_ .. — _ ° > river reports say another rise is coming down the river, however, so we may see some action from the blue cats on this next rise. LIGHT SHRKVtP CATCH JOHN Magee dragged his ten foot trawl eJl over this end of the bay Tuesday of this week and found only a few scattered large shrimp. He did report catching about a quart of bait size shrimp in one drag just' out from the mouth of Cedar Bayou on the sand flats. TITLE the Yankees picked him up as pennant insurance. The premium was rather high. For Sain had trouble putting out the he won only two against one loss for the Yanks and eaw but brief service in the series, This, then, was a yeai; of decision for him. It was make good or go; Slinging one of the best curve balls in the business, even though his fast one wouldn't blacken your eye anymore, the 33-year-old Sain ** a d the finger put on him by Sten- gel in lete A P ril - Johnny was sent against the A's >- and all he town Liar's Club and the fiure on * Wa5 *"* them three hlts in top shows Jeff just about tothrow SC 2 nng a 3 to x triumph. e very large gentleman, cow He then he bas added three came out of his garden yesterday I "° re tnum P hs against one set- for a. few minutes to defend the feack - He l°st his next start to De- trophy against Walter Harvey troit * out since has beaten three Walter was telling fcbout some big of the tou S n contenders —Boston, bass he had caught and hed them Cteveland and Chicago. so big Jeff couldn't top him with- He ne eded help against the Red out breaking some national rec- S 07 ^ but went seven full innings ords so he simply said his bass for a ? to * declsion.--Kext he, went "was so large that the hole in his ^ route against Cleveland to win mouth weighed three pounds. Jeff 5 to 3. and in his' last start top- couldn't stey long because his P led Chicago, 4 to 3 t with six scat- tomato points were growing so tered hits. fast that he was having to put - "I seem to have my rhythm ftose clamps on the stems to keep back," he exulted. "I guess Tve tnem from bursting open. remembered how to pitch again. ^Central Heating Unit of Your Choice NO DOWN PAYMENT Months to Pay 1 - NOW! THREE YEARS TO PAY FOR MODERN GAS APPLIANCES ... AT HARPER'S! We are ready, right now, to deliver a fully automatic gas range tocr!^ j Refr '2 e ;;at°r, or an automatic gas clothes dryer for fust $25.00 down .. .And you'll have 3 whole years to pay. *ServeI Refrigerators *Tappan, Chambers, O'Keefe-Merritt Completely Automatic Gas Ranges * Hamilton Clothes Dryers $25.OO delivers • * • and you have 36 months to pay -••••Oil YOUR GAS BILL! 2500 MARKET pliance

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