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PA6ES Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511—C"«s!«ed—BE •*"< "0»T FACT* BRAZOM'URt AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, WON., AUGUST 27, 19*2 ll I SPORT SHOTS By HAROLD V. RATLIFF A«eci8t«l Press Sperh Writer Colts Snap Cincinnati s Win Streak" Paso Wins Texas Injuries Keep I ! ||| A monlh from now Bill Ford doesn't argue with them. "I have Will begin writing the eighteenth confidence in my hoys nnd believe Tjk J J chapter in » fantastic Jtory of what they say," he comments | UliU •caching, gravely. Ford is the rebtiilder of football In Ford's 17 seasons of coaching learns thst have known nothing he nas won 136 games, lost 41, tied! but failure. He has done that sev- 7. In other words hee averaged tral times in a 17-yesr career, more tlian 7 victories per season The first team he ever coached although taking over learns that pfm . m ^^ |han |hp ^^ had lost two games before ne took had lo lie rebuilt from the grounp f or p on T( ^,j „ -jp^i s ( ar |j nR foot. Jt over. It iwept Ihrougn its next hal , ^ , o ;. Hardin . gj,,,,,™,,,. Bight games to the distnci champ- wha( ._. hjs ^^ ^ ^.^ University who will be missing ^He^mniled such a great record 'Bill professe* not to know ta, f™ni the Cowlwy grid camp when He compiled sum a gieai i ei oin i workouts begin next month. In seven years ot coaching little these facts ar~ self-evident: }den-66 vicloriese, 9 losses. 3 ties,; He is a master psychologist ' ™ n lsom> m tollr t district championships. 4 bi-j knowing just what lo sa, to a boy 10 district crowns and .1 regional i jn order to get nis best effort. m<H ehampionship-lhat Fort Stockton,; He treats all his players alike. e Which had gone through 25 games;Rich, poor, scrawny, husky-his, '? % without a victory, called him.; own son-they all look alike when' '^ The first year he had a 7-2-1 it comes to football. The best man ". on<> "" nl of Plains athletic ntniem .. "" jecord, the second year 8-3-1 and K district championship. plays. At Taylor his finest player ja ra-ried brow. i, the eldest of the Todd clan a junior-to be at Hardin „ ,.. . ,vas his own son son, Budgie. NO'Simmons this fall, has overcome Taylor, which had lost 18 in a ;0 ne ever criticized him for playing:" sel ' ips °< knep injuries and mi- »ow, summoned the builder. And! Budgie unless it was for not play- ( - nor injuries to play football. But hi seven years ht won 53 games, i ing him enough. ' lne latest incident will prevent lost IP, tied 3, won 2 district) He never punishes a football: lhe w . 190-po"nd athlete from championshipB and t bi-district j player for a poor game. After aiP la . vin S tor th(< Cowboys this fall, titles. loss Ford doesn't work the boys; He has been declared scholastical- Then out at South Texas came; hard because of his displeasure. ,l. v ineligible. me call of the Cuero Gobblers. 1 He just tells them there is a ball' Between the four Todd boys, no That's what they term the football i game coming up and let's think of : less than two dozen accidents team in this town in Ihe coastal ' that, not what has gone before, i have had them on the sidelines urea. The name comes from the| "What are you accomplishing by | in recent years. Younger brothers fact that they raise so many of taking out your anger and disap-:include Doug, a soph-to-be at (he birds thst they boast about pointment on these kids who have i Hardin - Simmons: Clarence, a being Ihe turkey capital of the done the best they could and need j senior at Plains High School; and world-or at least Texas. encouragement instead of criti- J. E., a Plains freshman. Cuero had lost 17 in a row, had c ism?" he asks. I The parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. won only 4 games in the last 3 But he's stem and positive and;R. Todd of Plains, have spent al- icasons when Bill Ford became he expects his boys to make every .most as much time visiting their the coach last year. He piloted the effort to do what he tells them lo sons in the hospitals as they team to a 2-8 record and the town do. "If I told them to run through have on their Terry County farm got all excited. Some of those a brick wall I believe they'd try in Ihe Tokio community, games that were lost were so jt," he says with pride in his voic Don was almost injury - free close the record could have been The main reason for Ford's sue- while competing in athletics a t S-2 just as well. cess appears to be that he's a Plains High School, other than : Anyway, Ford built the team's coaching genius. He knows the an occasional knee that had lobe confidence back and now it conies game, having been a star at put into place almost every day; up to 1962 with fair prospects of a Hardin-Simmons and played with before practice. He underwent a : district championship. There are the Detroit Lions in pro foot- knee operation after high school IS lettermen and 15 starters from ball. He loves the game and he graduation and prior to enrolling 1961-nine on defense and eight on he makes his boys realize that at H-S in 1960. offense. Two of. these fellows play playing winning football is a mat- He was unable to play football both ways. ter of pride. his freshman year at H-SU and Ford is not predicting a winning He's so sood he never has lo he had the other knee operated season hut when the players say seek a job. The job always has on before the 1961 season. This CINCINNATI (API — Houston frittered away an early lend in the nightcap, then ronred back with two nins in the ninth tor R 6-4 victory and a doublehender sweep over Cincinnati's" Reds Sunday. The Colts won the opener 2-1. It wns a low point for the Reds in a 2-month surge that carried them to within two percentage points of second place nnd three games from the National League- leading Los Angeles Dodgers. A pair of two-out singles by Bob Lillis and Jim Pendleton got the Colts' ninth-inning rally started and a wnlk to Carl Warwick loaded Ihe bases. i Bill Henry took over the pilch- ing but Johnny Temple, onetime jRedleg infielder, drove in both 'runs with a single. j An early Colts lead in the night- icnp came on Jim Campbell's two- irun homer in the second. Roman Mejias singled in a marker in the fourth and two Kralick's Job Holloway May Be Out For Whole Season single? around R wnlk turned a' similar trick in the seventh. Hie Reds didn't catch up until the seventh when starter Hal Woodeshick ran into trouble and gave Ihe job to Don McMahon. t Two singles mixed with a passed I hall, a walk and n throwing error scored two runs. Uxi Cardrnns had touched off the Reds' two-run sixth with n , . „ . 'double and scored on a fielder's SWEENY ISp) - The Sweeny \™™"?* ichoice. Goi-riy Coleman singled i n ' B " llfi °Ss' Billy Hollnivny. was re-:,,,,„,,, ithe second run. .ported "feeling somewhnt better" i ^"^"" Except for \Vally Post's homeri s " n<1 "V Rfl(1 '' ^'"K hospilnli7ed;' R !t\™" in the seventh. Brunei held the:"' 1 "' injuries received during «njK«m« n :Reds under light control in the: intra - R( l» a<1 .«Timm«sr held here!""" 1 opener. i Saturday night nt Buck Mnnley!"«iiinwt» i Hal Smith singled in Mejias; I "' ip ' r '- isilnnr™" ifrom second in the fourth with! ^ f lo "R h S(1 "lor halfback'* fn-jfi»wi.n,i the first Houston nm. and anotherj-i" 1 '- 7 wa - c Described as n "fracturei"""" '' came in the fifth on Norm lark-' 0 ' lnp fiftl ' '"nibar vertebra" by|paitimnr* er's slow roller with the bases ! dm ' lm ' 5 nl fil "' c ««-'' Medical "'"""' loaded. Major League STANDINGS TO1XV1 HASKHU.I. By ltd »»iwlilfil rtrn AMf.llU «\ I,Hul* Kl «4 M *.« 71 Tl ,S(W .MW .III .1*5 II IS'.i IBH It !*• AnKHp« If, Nfw Ynih I Pun Kinin'lwo 7. Philmtflphiii 4 limutrtn '..'.fl. Cincinnati 1-4 Chirnln 4, MilwuiiVr-p 1 St. l.nul* rt fi rill<bui»h Ii-7 TOIMV* IIASIM 1. KnixRI CII in-l, It^lon Box Score 'n»K>lrinil (MrPnwfll ! iTfii. \».\fli, nl« 1 '" 1 ™"**"'"' I5 *' Hospital in Wlmrton. ; Ilolloway's injury omirrod nsj n " he was hit from behind afteriom; leathering in a pass during the! ; Saturday night tussle. ||,, An ,,| P , ; Sweeny hend coach Kd WHR-' S ," B *'""»•'' j goner, said Sunday Holloway canjpiiNburiii I expect about three weeks bed rvst j sl - lma ' 'and will probably be lost to the ; Fh!i«*"ir'i'* m ii,vft «.». »i \ 4 •*'. nlih 3-M Hi Nfw tork l. *' "'"'"" ' r """- v Kl Aiutl K«mr« ^rhctHilfd. NATIONAL I.F.*I Won I* Mi(Flr» ..IF. 41! Friim'lwn . K « SI M Wnn |J»I I'rl. Pmit 7!' Ti',' ,fiO.'l .1 «H K! ,W7 !t<|IIPIQU» ftt Wi .4<M slln W R7 ,41: 1 < Anlnmo M «l .477 Hllltn "O 7R .Ifft SINnAVS HK«t!|.T<l iiqurrtiu* 10. AlKtm 9 (Id Innt Anlonm .1, Tlll>« '! ruin n. Aninrillit * TOMciurs «»«!•:« P««! HI Tlll.K ttln At AmArilln uin^iw HI !»«n Anlntiln AMF.nirAN ASSOCIATION R*Mnil 1(1 14 H'i t«H r« 1IT41 " Highlights Major Action By JIM HACKI.EMAX Associated Press Sports Writer In this era of the lively hall, the whip-handled hat and every-; man-a-slugger, you'd think a no-! hit game would h* as rare ns a•' i \V«iki"d tor Kd Frrcsr in SVi; 4 1 o OK»ko 31. -SOI (IPmson ,-f 2 on ORobin««n r noocrosi ir s n i iK«»»rrt< \ "o 5 SwS 3(iooMaionp> M J s ST,.I»I« flrd* In Slh; b K« Untd mil for squad for the rest of the year. chn-«j, "SWa In other Sweeny football news. 4 n - n j Waggoner said he was very riis- s n in! pleased with the offensive line's .n 111 i blocking in the week-end fracus. j o o o. He added that the Sweeny team 2 n n o | would not take part ir their schf- SSJJiduled three-way scrimmage with loco Brllville and Lamar Confolidat- J J J J ed Monday night because of n i3ij new rule voted upon by the coach- of District 25-AA. . 7fi , 71 , 71 . (a ,:>so M; .3.18 9 M tltt M « i<m H'i Ifi M>* it U'nilh City M Indianapolis In Good Spot To Win 2nd Pennant In Row r.po.A.H '"'.n^""i lJ T ' In a telephone poll, the coaches [their second straight oooIT'noi" inwli v oted to allow each team only one I Association pennant. ' 27.15. ' l ' pre - season scrimmage. Parh'ci- By TIIK ASSOC'IATKD PRESS jamong Indianapolis' 1S The magic number is six for hit«. A bases-loaded wnlk lied the Ihe Indianapolis Indians to clinch [nightcap in Ihe fifth, and the In- American idians pulled in front Ihe nest in- ; ning on three straight singles. The Tribe virtually erased their ; Crafty lillle Chi Chi Olivo League Race By TIIR AMmilATfBD PRBMI Hie Texns Ix-Mguc n«c« h»« ! eight dnys to RO with M PiUfl jalready holding the regular KM- j son pennnnl and four club« in th» fight for (ho other thre» playoff spots. Kl Paso slammed Aninrillo 15-K Sunday to clinch the Htle. TV Sun Kings are 10 gnmc* ahead «f second plnep Tulun with nino l«ft iIn play. Tulsii Is four gmnrs lo th* (fond over third plnce Albuquerque bill (from Alhiiquerqe down to San Antonio there in only 2H (tdtnen difference. San Antonio nipped Tulsa 3-2 Sunday night to hang onto n ehnneo nt a playoff spot. All«|. quoi-quo bent Austin 10 S in 1(1 hi- nings to lake over third pine*, a ! half-game ahead of Austin. j Kl Paso hhisled 17 hits in whip I ping Aninrillo lo sew up th* pen- JIIBIK. Bill Ott led Snn Antonio to Its victory over Tulsa. He hit hi* twenty-second home run In the fourth, lie singled in the seventh and scored on Luther Mfluldln's wild pitch nnd he tripled in Ihe ninth and scored Ihe winning nm on Don Davis' double, Albuquerque got two unearned runs in Ihe tenth lo heat AusHn. John Slulz drove in one with a Cincinnati - L- m fcr..r« K KH RB SO li:i 1 1 * f, i«_« wi_4 HP. n w .tnr.. they're going to have one. he sousht him. \ Observations By M. C. "NIG" RANEY summer he fell three stories off a scaffold during construction work. Doug, a year younger and 10 pounds heavier than Don, is the real hard-luck of the group. His latest in a series of injuries will prevent him from playing for the Cowboys this fall. A near - fatal automobile accident this spring has probably ended hi? athletic career and doctors A party from Carrolton, Tex., i gaff. She spent the next half-hour <;redit his _perfert physical condi- chartere^the Sir John from Claud I resting ™ ol °™f. ^ «" te » P™°Crosby Wednesday for a king fish-. Sally causht a beautiful dolph- mc 5a%lni > "'- '- le - ing trip. Captain Lucky Morlan'in. We were afraid it was not the D 011 ^ s accidents started when headed his good ship toward the day for dolphin, but late in the he was » Junior in high school. Middle Banks where the party day a school came by and took He fel1 off a horse and broke a started drift ashing. " Sally's bait. The girls were able shoulder blade, missing most of It was th« flnt deep-sea trip for to see what I think is the most tne football season. During the many of the party beautiful sight in the black water, summer c/ his senior year Doug They could not "have chosen a a dolphin. reinsured his shoulder and re- better day. The sea was like a Together we caught about 16 ceived a neck injury in practice. mill pond. b 'g ^n? 5 ' one grouper, and two He sprained an ankle during thej One young man from Carrolton red snapper. It was a wonderful second game of the football sea-: had an experience which he will day. We can recommend Captain £on - Doug returned to the lineup,; never forget and one which will Caipentcr and his Hi-Hopes for but two days before the fourth! perhaps bring him back to these any small party. He takes six and & mf ** re-sprained the ankle, parts many more times in the fu- his price is ./omparable. .While recovering from that inci- Jyj^ dent he broke the other ankle. While drift fishing, Van Minter A' this writing. The Man has . Clarence, the high school sen- hooked a seven-foot sailfish. The given us 7^ consecutive days of '°'' nas had his share of injuries fish performed in its usual mag- perfect conditions for deep-s e a also - He sprained an ankle early tficent manner for quite a spell. "shing. This record is still piling last football season and just as before Van was able to bring it in U P- Before we complain about our '"at wound was healing he re to gaf f. luck in the future, we should «<ved a knee injury m a ball We saw the fish at Crosby's and ™ unt our blessings. Surely, our g a ™ « a™* '«'«• underwent sur- It was a beauty. CU P runneth over. S er >'The party also caught plenty of J - E -. 'he youngest ot the king. It was a gala occasion for Surfside Beach is clean, thanks bunch, has had his share of our North Texas visitors. By the 10 lhe e " orls of Bill Sandlin, troubles. He broke both arms in way, a sand trout was used for chairman of the Brazosport a swimming pool accident while fait to lure this sailfish to strike. Chamber of Commerce Tourist i in the seventh grade. And just He was just hungry. Committee, and his friends who this summer he drove his motor ;have spent much time, effort and scooter into the back of Doug's The Tarbells, Ollie and Joan, mon ey seeing to it that our visi- car and broke a leg. the Ross', Stan and Sally, and the lors find a ni( ' e P lace heie. The medical profession will lose Raneys, Ethelyn (the Swedei and w "en > ou S° '° th e beach, four of its steadiest customers yours truly, spent Wednesday a- P lcase do your part and dean up when an injury jinx abandons the hoard the motor vessel Hi Hopes - vour lilter - Todd brothers. in the whale pasture I Gulf of Me.v Containers have been placed ; ice) hoping. conveniently for garbage and We fished the close banks, the llller " - vou Cannot locate a con- TCXdS middle banks, and the east-south- laine ''. dl > as the Boy Scouts do, •ast banks. We wanted some snap- ljul '- v "• "I"* 1 ' 5 ' s nw asking too per and some kings, but we ended mui ''i- The beach is our own back up with mostly kings. The day was ymd > lel s kl ' e P '' ''lean. perfect. It rained a lime or two Brazoria County has a repula- but the clouds offset any discom- Iion for l)pin S beautiful. We are AUSTIN I API-Texas is square- tort of the showers. * P»''> of Brazona County; w e. | y jn , he [j g |, t projected by the John caught the largest king. musl lake 'he lead. Will you? INCAA to take over control of It weighed 20 pounds. • : amateur athletics from the Na- Ethelyn caught a 19',. 3 pounder Claud Crosby gave us a few tional AAU. using a little Ambassadeur reel lulp s lo try out Wednesday. One The Lone Star Athletic Asa> and a light-surl rod. The fish was l ' allwi a Spoofer Spoon. On Ration, taking in colleges, junior fought and Elhelyn fc-ughl back. lhe very first cast 1 made, a big | colleges and high schools of Tex- It seemed ages, bul she finally ki "B look tlle lul ' e an(i lhe battle | as, was organized at a meeting was able to bring lhe fish in to s| arted. I was using light lackle. j| lf ., e Sunday. ' When the bailie ended. I had an! Purpose of Ihe ogranization 18-pound kingfish aboard. Th e sa id Seymour Liebomian of Ilou«- Spoofer Lure Company of IAS An- 1 ton. member of Ihe executive T,^,,O^^K, ,„ "'' l( ' Sl Calif ' ma " L1 ' ai 'l l '«'s the Committee ot ihe U.S. Track and HOUSTON (AP) - Owner Bud spoons. Kiold Federation "is not only to Adams of the Houston Oilers is rep | a( . e tne AAU bul to broaden ready to admit New Orleans to the T1UK TABLK: Aug. 2B-Iligli ;ll -ack and field in the state and American Football League. 3:^ a.m., rj:(Mi p.m.; Ixiws 9:34'place it in the hands of the people A member of Ihe expansion a.m.. 8:18 p.m. Aug. 27 - High'who know the most about it " committee, Adams said last night 3:;>:.' a.m., I:IB p.m.; Lows 9:52 The Track and Field Ff-dcra- he would ask the other members,3.111., s:« p.m. AUR. 28 - lligh.iion is Ihe organisation formed by of the committee—Lamar Hun! ofi4:lK a. in . -J:l)-j p. m .; Ijjws 10:Wi ihe NCAA lo oppose the AAU Dallas and Harry Wismer of New:a.m., 9:18 p.m. AUR. 29 - High The Lone Slar Athletic Associa- York—lo vole to bnng the Louisi- -t:3S a.m.. 2;.'.I p.m.; l»ws 10:18 lion is the Texas chapter of this ana city into the circuit. a.m., 9:50 p.m. Aug. :;iV- High fc-deratiun. Adams will meet with Hunt and .">:f)I a.m., 3:-M p.n. Iji»>. 1(1:,';! Oliver Jackson nt Abilene i.'hri.s Wismer at Miami Friday and Sal- a.m., l():il p.m. Au^ 31—High nan Collide nas named president urday when Dallas and Houston .>:.>! a.m., 4:35 p.m.; IJM-, Hi:;)7 ,i[ ihe a.ss'ici.-niun with Khi-a Uil- play an exhibition game. a.m., 10:51 p.m. Sept. 1 — Hi-ii hanih, aihlciic diici-inr nf ihe Tex- Kansas City also is scckmj; a .'i:.")7 a.m.. '>:'2'.> p.m.; Lo«s 11:'J'J is lnii'i-schi.|;<stie l.«-;i-iii', cl.rh.l •ranchise. 'a.m., Il::;i BUI. »-i.<. n.,...H.-,u have been five—count 'em. five—in major league baseball this year, the highest number since the dear, dead-ball days of 1917 when six were recorded. Jack Kralick, a slim left-hander who's been toiling in near-anonymity for the Minnesota Twins, joined the 1962 list of no-hit pitchers Sunday in a 1-0 triumph over the Kansas City Athletics. The 6-foot-l, 173-pound southpaw from Ohio was very nearly a perfect game pitcher, but missed his bid for that distinction when he walked pinch hitter George Alusik with one out in the ninth inning. That was the only base runner Kralick allowed. Robin Roberts continued his remarkable comeback with a five- hit effort as Baltimore completed' York Yankees. 2-1. That loss, the Yanks' sixth straight, coupled with Los Angeles' 4-1 decision Associated Press Sport* Writer j over Chicago and Kralick's gem' BALTIMORE (API — Only; over the A's left the Angels and wh( , n vol ,- re managln! . thp Nc , w .l Twins in a virtual tie for <>ccond • <<i.romontf uiix «na I.«T*P< • - '" " 1e Rosenberg affairilast challenger Sunday, sweeping,worked a four-hitler against zninvr und 'riMpiidi. 1-on --• would constitute two scrimmages!a doubleheader from Ihe second- Dallas-Fort Worth to run his pitch- since the Bulldogs would meet i place Omaha Dodgers 8-1 nnd 3-2.! ing record to 12-10. Tonight they invade Denver for Half of Denver's 12 hits went Ihe start of a five-game series for extra, hases in the opener, with the third place Bears. : when Jerry Cnsale posted his Indianapolis' double triumph en-j third straight victory. : '"'l BATON ROUGE, La. UP)—jabled it to pad its first place Six Denvcr pitchers surrendered „ , ! Jerry Walters of Baytown, Tex., j bulge to lO'.i games over Omaha, a total of llhits and nine walks ; ris again singles champion of the (Any combination of six Indianapo- in the nightcap as the 89ers 1:>il iGuH Stales Tennis Tournament life victories or Omaha defeats'breezed after a four-run first in- Youth Wins ' which ended Sunday. now will give the Indians the flag. Ralph Houk Not Wcrred Walters repeated as singles tt-j Louisville blanked the collar 'Hist with a 6-2, 4-6. 6-0 vidoryidwelling Dallas-Fort Worth Hangover Clint Nettleton of BavtownJers 3-0 and Denver and Oklahoma He then teamed with Nettleton o win the men's doubles cham- City split a pair, the Bears winning the opener 13-3, then losing pionship, beating Tommy Robin- i 10-5. : son of Baton Rouge and Lamarl Two-run homers by Al Worth! Roomer of Houston 6-4, 8-6. lington and Charley Smith were nmg. ° CALIFORNIA Potatoes IB, THREE MOTHERS GROCERY 10? Lake Jackson Rd. Clut*. Texai 39 C Watch for th« GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT FLOOR & CARPET CO. Formerly (Topp Floor Ca.) 317 So. D IE 3-5258 FREEPORT E. C. rHILUrS, Own B - v f; °RDO\ BEARD ^ ork ' iankpcs TOul<1 >'"" '" place, three games behind New York. Cleveland whipped Boston. stmiRllt ~ five wi| hin 46 hours—' twice. 10-5 and 4-0. and Detroit and say "—1'm^t worried about' split with Washington, the Tigers a thine." winning the first game 5-3 and But that's how Ralph Houk felt' Hie Senators taking the second loday a/tpr , he ^timore Orioles! ,.,..,. . . ... and Robin Roberts hari hung a I In the National League, the Los „, . , . Angeles Dodgers got 12 unearned : M defc ' at °" hls club an<< trimmed | runs and swamped the New York ^ e *' York ' s Ame " c ' a n League | Mete 16-5. San Francisco beat, lei ! d to thrpe Barnes over Los An-' Philadelphia 7-4. Houston cooled ^ * nd - M ' nn esota. off Oncinnati with a doublehead- , n *. !os ' s . ' v , as ^ e slxth er sweep, 2-1 and 6-4. St. Louis for the ^ anks and '^Pleted *i and Pittsburgh divided with the * cn f svvcpp for ™*™™- But; Cardinals winning 6-5 in the open- Houk was Unfa2cd b - v u al! - '• er and the Pirates squeezing by " Wcve ?ot to ° «ood a club to 7-6 in the second game, and Chi"- ' s lf rt "orrymg vet." Houk said. 1 "Tilings could be. a lot worse." j If things could be worse (or the| Yankees, !hey couldn't be better MlAffA \f trir thp Orioles. It'll take an VlClJU Id American League pennant to ** match the tide of emotion the, sweep produced among Baltimore players, officials and fans. For Roberts i9-Bi the victory was particularly sweet. It was the i veteran right-hander's second win i ;over the club Ihat released him i this spring before he ever threw, New tops of Alcoa®Aluminuir make Pearl Beer in cans better than ever! cago downed Milwaukee San Only Unbeaten Team In AFl By TIIK ASSOCIATED TRUSS a pitch in the American League, j The win lowered Robin's earned American fooih-ll l^e- tnie "" ""' """""' """"•» mnavcr; ' E( ' Ia 2 " C ' SP ™ hpads inlo j(s fina , wee rf7xhi- t , '" the , " W3S d the Orioles fl•.«..-. UTOUp Adams Favors N.O. bitmn play with only San D,ego. major , vj( , bul , hp ?h £ I, , P1 ' OSpe ''' S ° f he jumped and ran from Ihe' he best balanced race m 'he mound a|tp ,. jt was all OVPI . . d three years of existence. hav( , , h h( he vus & lwkle Houston, champion both of the j|Jst slarlj ou , previous seasons, took a 21-14 lick- The ( . mU(< mg rom Buffalo last week to m- (Q , ak( . lh / spa . s[)n . s seri( , s from dicate that the Oilers aren t going. Npw Yo|k n . 7 rx pr , he last f<mr to be qu.le so superior after all. , , he B|| . ds ,, ave lh( , San Diego wasn t exactly invin-i m k jn , he , p a jns , lhe h , ?*' «M° l '° me "' Om he -:y»nks. holding a 41-39 edge, hind twice Sunday lo nip pesky. - . ....__ Oakland, lhe club that may be> the most improved in the league.! San Diego won 33-27 in a rip-! snorter. ; Denver beat Dallas for the first i time as the upsurging Broncos' captured the league's firsl over-j time game 27-24. Gene Mingo's! 17-yard field goal did Ihe trick, i Only four games me loft on lhp exhibition schedule. Friday night j Dallas and Houston clash at Mi-; ami while Denver and Oakland; bailie at Stockton, Calif. Saturday! afternoon New York will be at; 'San Diego and Saturday night i : Buffalo gcx.'S lo Boston. Fourteen exhibition names have, been plfiyed and lhe average al- lenriHncc is over Hi.000. This idni- cates an upturn in interest because that average compares with regular season attendance in Ihe pasl Iwo cainpai^n.s. The 14 games have drawn 230,2.'17 fans with only three games falling ln'|.,«. lO.fluO. 'Hliee well! CUT •ad WRAPKO ARMOUft STAI HIAVY IKF 1 • 'rot YOU* FKBEZER GIROUARD'S SUKt MARKfT «» W. 1 the 20.IXXI mark. The best , '.\a-- ."l.fXXI Ilial lurnwl "Ul t v. Oiif-ui- lo sic llousion BIJM..M ii) 10. P.ool. DO R.ad SPO1 ADS (eu AF«| PEARL BREWING CO.. SAN ANTONIO. It-XAS-il, JOStHH. MISSOURI I

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