The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 23, 1952 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 23, 1952
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to Housewife Gets id Can Opener An em- ? official ,, t offer a $100 re- ll ~"' the return of a can d er f °sold to a customer for ipc-n-v'1% uij*-u lor a.u- ases, got mixed with regular openers. Baseline costs . gets so many more miles BeT£r uokful of gasoline it YOU «•»; • * ~~ .ce'flKwys with a uscn r,a«i. .quktoUau^ofall.welded "rte Construction. It looks tt because of Bonderized jd^ind fenders vrith_Perinalur jjj'h. It rides smoother because eriVid construction. _Youll cd°to own a used Nash— roa'Il be pleased at tb* 3Jk prices and terms. Look W HASH "600 1 4-Door — Clean New Paint IEOO (50 Hash Statesman 2-Door Sedan Completely Equipped '00 DSD Nash Rambler "Almost New" '00 1948 MASH CUB COUPE BIT PLYMOUTH CLUB COUPE 100 CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE — Mechanically Perfect soo $i [MaayCHhers— Priced i Kigni -_ |_ ow £) own , j ? =vment—Long Terms BEST BUY HEW BUY USED zss^^a^sg PHONE 621S 1L1S.COB HASH CO. W: WEST TEXAS THE BAYTOWN SUN,. FRIDAY, MAY, 23,/ 1952 . ^ ^ . Record Possible For Browns Profesfls ** The Barber's Not Kidding Eight-Man Infield Sparked By Cast-Off Marty Marlon Made Againsf Hurler Says He Hasn't Hif.Slride ST. LOUIS «LE>— The St. Louis was "set" with Hank Majeski at ated a potential double-play situa- Browns' eight-man infield may third base, Eddie Jooat at short, tion. never achieve the poetic fame of Pete Suder at second and Ferris It , is not like .that ,/or the Tinker, Evers and Chance, but it Fa |? On first stands an excellent chance to set Also ' the .Athletics found run- record. ' nearly every other ground ball ere- even more Cast-off Marty Marion, manager The Baytown Oilers will be shooting for their third straight victory tonight when in Humble Ball Park. ,... _ _ ^"« ootnered oy an Manager Jess Burch's crew Marion has missed found the Pasadena Alkali f e * m '* 33 Barnes entirely and has like .that ,/or Browns. Their excellent pitching has held down the number of base- Baker's Nine Webster Brinkley, manager of poets' corner. Still Recent Rains Aid Major Game Birds AUSTIN — OUR) — Recent rains have come to the aid of Texas' game birds as well as the farm- nine eas7piikl^rri^st ^^T^^ ^^ £'* night, scoring a 11-4 victory as his own "spe^taSr"lay 'his and collecting 12 baseknocks in a kept the team near first division game called at the end of eight despite anemic hitting, innings because the Pasadena Additional rains were needed, he Texas. But over the rest of the jor City League, has lodged a written protest with Softball Committee Chairman John Sylvester against the Baker's Food Market team of Crosby. ' - BrJnkley charged that Baker Pitcher Jackie HowtonV.does not reside within the boundaries of the league, and therefore is ineligible. The protest specifically refers to NEW YORK (UR)—Sal Maglle, a Giant with a 7-0 record this season, wore a straight face as he tried to convince skeptical listeners that he hasn't been too effective thus far. liked to pitch in'hbt : weather?^ " Someone broached jthe, subject of an undefeated season and;Mag-.C lie smiled indulgently. % .y.f '> '~,^"It's a nice thing to talk about, 1 '. state, moisture stimulated growth a game between prince and Bak _ 1 u i. , ' g e 6 in game ' the team Wednesday nieht's go to work. The contest marked the debut of 52 double E, G. Marsh, assistant director of wildlife restoration for the Texas Game and Fish Commission, said the moisture came at a crucial period of the spring nesting of food and cover for deer and other game animate , as well - as birds. Marsh said one of the big benefits of the rein would be its effect on turkey nesting in the hill coun- The record Philadelphia - W1 *h 217 in 'a infield of that year two fine players. Mickey Pillow, tne Browns will wind up with 243 star shortstop for the Lee Ganders twin killings. this past season, held down third base for the Bay town nine. Pillow collected a donble and single in two official trips to the plate. The other impressive newcomer is Levi Clay, who recently was a member of the Galveston White Caps in the Gulf Coast League. Clay Is a smart pitcher with a good curve and fast ball. He pitched the final four innings against Pasadena, striking out five and giving up only one safety. He will be a big boost to the Oilers if he decides to stay here. Some other new Oilers fans will see tonight are Bob Davidson, a pitcher and first baseman for the St. Thomas Eagles of Houston this past season, and Dick Humphrey, first baseman and outfielder who played pro ball in the valley in 1950. Lefty Campbell started on the mound for the Oilers against Pasadena, and pitched good ball until he was relieved by Clay. Campbell limited Pasadena to four hits. Tiie starting hurler tonight against Empire Broom probably will be Travis Davenport, the Crosby product. On Sunday, the Oilers entertain Southern Select at 3 p.m. Either Manager Burch or the veteran Red Biggers will handle the mound duties. plays to lead both leagues. If the for such major game birds as try, an area providing an estimat- can continue at that pace, quail, mourning dove and turkey. " . - — He added that reports from commission field men described spring prospects as "generally good," except in scattered areas still under the drought. er's on May 15 in which Howton pitched the grocery nine to victory. Howton has been playing with the Baker's nine ever since the season opened." According to the by-laws of the ed 90 per cent of. Texas', turkey league, the burden of proof rests , .. *. ' , J with Bnnkley. nunung. A"meeting of the Softball'corn- He pointed out that this area missed a good hatch for .three 'I blame it on the rain," declar- be «ai<* softly, "but If a almost .imf possible to do. Who holds, ,the „• record for that? I remember one'"* year when Johnny Aliens-lost, only, •' one game for Cleveland and I'm ' pretty sure ' Fritz Freddie "Fits- -; simmons over there lost only,two games one season for BrooWytt. "But you have to have a lot" of luck riding with you to do some- '. thing like that." • • ' , . years. This resulted in the brood stock, being ."hard hit." , .; mittee probably will be called next week at which time Brinkley and Baker Manager Curly Havard will oresent their cases. ed the swarthy,, 35-year-old right- hander who has completed eix of the seven games he started. "I'm still not half as sharp as I should be because of all the rained-out games we've had." Despite the numerous postponements, however, Maglie, puffing on a cigaret in front of his locker, admitted that he-feels "a lot better and stronger" than he did last season when-he won 23 games and lost only six. "Even though I haven't had my usual stuff," he said, "I got off to a much better start this year. I lost my first two games last season but then I won nine straight "I'm pretty sure I'll get a lot more stuff on the ball as the weather gets warmer. I always DELIVERY ALL WET ' ~ , * TUPELO, Miss. —(HE)— Sheriff'- Mitchell Grissom pulled up .along- j side a suspicious car parked b'y tbe~ ><; highway and a voice.; called out, - 4 . "Where do you want it?" Grissom A replied, "In the back seat," , and -five minutes later arrested the man for transferring 11 cases of ; illegal liquor to his car. " Spot On The Major City Softball League . had a new; leader today. Franta - was. back in. its^old. familiar spot atop the standings. Franta moved from second to the top rung of the ladder as a result of last night's 1 play in which it downed Culpepper 17-4 while General Tire was losing to Bay- I shore Motors 11-8. " Tire fell to second place, only a few percentage points above Bayshore, Prince and Baker's. Prince defeated Humble 4-1, and Baker's rapped Service Produce 10-4. No games are scheduled next Tuesday because of the junior high school graduation exercises that night LINE SCORES K H E -Bakers 301 33x x—10 8 3 Serv. Prod. ..010 03x x—4 1 7 1 Howton and Page Henson, Pop Henson; King and Ponder. Humble -~...,010 000 0— 1 6 3 Prince Buick 102 000 1— 4 7 1 Uhr and Pagel, Williams; Brinkley and Johnson- . General Tire 000-062 0—8 5 0 Bayhsore ...204 500 x—11 8 5 Tucker and Finley; Witt and Whitten. Franta 006 051 5—1713 6 Culpepper ...001 010 2—454 Wilkerson and Patterson; Boyett, Stoerner and Holland. STANDINGS W L Franta 6 2 General Tire 5 2 Bayshore Motors ~~?* J™ 7>rinr>«a _._»-»-«•»••»!)£! "*5 IN COOPERATION WITH OUR LOCAL AND NATIONAL SAFETY PROGRAM, WE HAVE INSTALLED THE 10 POINT SAFE-T-WAY PROGRAM IN THE INTERESTS OF GREATER BAYTOWN'S MOTORING PUBLIC. T THAT OUR EGHANICS, HONESTLY AND SAFELY CHECK YOUR PRECIOUS CAR 1 . MECHANICALLY SAFE. Prince Baker's . Culpepper Humble • Service Produce .2% 4^ .1 7 .0 S More and More People Are Learning I* Pays to Shop at BAYTOWN'S OLDEST LIQUOR DEALER C C A A S R H RY & 1IK-IHD 's WO Scotch stone Bond !£* '..** 4.95 3.69 3.59 Proof Bourbon Years Old 5th Hill Hill H, Grain Neutral Spirits. :.,,,- 5th u Proof - 65 % Grain Neutral Spirits. .5th Spirits .............. 5th 1908 N. MAIN Always Courteous Service NEEDED REPAIRS. INSPECTION OF YOUR CAR INDICATES THE FOLLOWING: DATE I OK | Fau(fy | Erf. Cost GLASS FRONT LIGHTS EXHAUST SYSTEM R. LIGHTS W.S. WIPER STEERING HORN TiRES R.Y. MIRRORS In the interests of the safety of your family we urge that you give serious consideration to the correction of any safety defects. IT IS! BUT SO IS OUR EtV«iV*»£a e 9 « S<1. IT. AND 43 EMPLOYES TO SERVE YOtf! 115 NORTH MAIN ST.

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