The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 26, 1952 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

Baytown, Texas
Issue Date:
Monday, May 26, 1952
Page 8
Start Free Trial

Page 8~^ THE BAYTOWK SUN, MONDAY, MAY 26", 1952 i'/ers Win Fourth OPEN SEVEN DAY S WEEKLV •^^^^^••••^••••••'•••griiTiiiiirir HIM ma., '»•• T Kane's Single Gives *j own •§3$ The Baytown Oilers chalked up their fourth straight victory and their ninth win in 13 starts yesterday, defeating the crack Southern Select team of Houston 3-2 in Humble Ball Park. Injuries Hit ^ Ma/ors Hard On Weekend By UNITED PRESS It was a weekend of hard knocks as well as base knocks as six „ . . , ,, ,,, .--,. Players were sidelined with inju- Manager Jess Burch stayed on the mound the entire dis- ries and rookie umpiie Augie tance for the Oilers, giving up only five hits, issuing no Gugiielmo suffered a cut hand walks* and striking out six batters. m a freak accident - TVip- OiW<i hflvp linpd un anntViAr fnncrhip- fnr TIPY* Thur<;. Those injured were Mickey ine uuer^nave .mea up ano^^ of the Yankees, Roy Cam- day night. They cross bats with the Mechanics Uniform panelia of the Dodgers, Herman Supply team, at 8 p.m. in Humble Ball Park. The Houston Wehmeier and Ted Kluszewski of Mechanics nine is currently tied for the top spot in the Metropolitan League, having won four and lost one. The Oilers had to come from behind with two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to nose out Southern Select. With one out, Mickey Pillow started off the ral- by reaching first on an error Tough Fight Seen To Pick Olympic Eiaht-Oared Crew By HA1, WOOD the Reds, Cliff Chambers of the Cardinals and Sam Mele of the White Sox. Mantle, Campanella and Kluszewski were hurt in Saturday's games while Wehmeier, Chambers, Mele and Guglielmo got their "hard knocks" Sunday. Mantle pulled a muscle in his left leg while running .the bases. Campanella suffered a swollen right thumb in a tag play at the Four Major.. City' League softball games will be unreeled tomorrow night oh the Lee diamonds. "Recreation Director Dan Stallworth announced today. On the Major" 1 City schedule, tomorrow night is shown as an open date because of junior high graduation exercises, but Stallworth said this was an error. The exercises are not until Thursday night, which means that tha four games on the schedule for Thursday • will be, played tomorrow night instead. Thursday will be the open date for the league. Here is Tuesday's schedule: Diamond one—Culpepper vs. Baker's at 7:30 p.m., and Prince Buick vs. Bay shore Motors at 9 p.m. Diamond two—Humble vs. General. Tire at 7:30 p-m., and Service Produce vs.'Franta at 9p.m. , , jers, Giants To Open Crucial Struggle Tonight AI R C O N Dl TI O N E D By CARL LUNDQUIST NEW YORK, May 26 lift—The Dodgers and Giants, who have made a two-team struggle out of the National League pennant race, open a three-game series Monday night at the Polo Grounds with first place at stake. The Dodgers, who have won eight straight, will send unbeaten Preacher Roe in search of his fifth victory against right-hander Jim Hearn Monday night. Sal (The Barber) Maglie (&0) will get the call for the Giants Tuesday when the scene shifts to Ebbets Field and likely will be opposed by rookie Ben Wade. Larry Jansen (3-1) and Billy Loes (.5-0) are the probable starters in the finale on Wednesday. The [ Giants enter the series with a run of 18 victories in their last In other American League ac- 22 games but they trail the Dodg- LEE DRIVE AT 710 WEST MAIN MARKET ST. RD. AT FOUR-CORNERS On Rosen Monday, Tuei jL 0 a2S tl Sil5 l te XnteTt"o SAN F^STcd,' Ma"y 26 m- JSB5. »Si£u £V£3ted hS ^YORKT May'STS^ Ros- «», 55^^35*5*5, 5Te ? rs~by a "Ml game in the stand•* rm * . 1.11 _ A _ _ * « j». . T T- r^ *-M_ .. . . . . . _. *^_ _ an i l^Mrolo riH * o M^i <?*irN<» 11 Cv\f» v-r*5 v» A * *» ly%r-J*-**-^O4-rt."l «<- "D rt.Vt.Vi-*» Cls «*»•*•« 4 ** 1 r>C7C j_- . put runners on first and second, The battle to pick the U.S. Olym- tendon when he "slipped on "the !"' Cleveland s baseball Spartan As, losing 2 to 1, as Bobby Shantz ings and Frank Sparacino walked to pic eight-oared crew in the 1952 wet turf chasing a foul pop and fron ? Spartanburg, S.C., stuck'his won his seventh game, and win- Brooklyn may be hampered by load the bases. Then Billy Kane's games at Helsinki this spring will is out for about a week oft-busted nost into the business mng 1 to 0 behind Lou Sleater's the absence of catcher Roy Cam• • „, . , _, ' . of winning the home run and runs- seven-hitter. The White Sox twice panella, the National League's f Jr%, - • •• Cha , mb f, rs s ^~ batted-in titles Monday and if he shut out the Tigers, 3 to 0 on Joe most valuable player in 1951 and University of Call- '"„ ™S SJ^ 1 ?.^.^^^ °° m f h through the Indians may Dobson^ five-hitter, and 1 to 0, as currently one of its hottest hitters win the pennant without too much Marv Grissom pitched a three- who is sporting a swollen right trouble. hitter to shade Art -Houtteman. thumb injured in a tag play at the Rosen, whose nose has been The Yankees and Red Sox were plate in Saturday night's 5 to 0 was disturbed be- rained out in Boston. " victory over the Phillies. !t « hUT l ° l l t 5 f tw ° Some Games Rained Out The series will a«o mark Giant taS^toe'iTxth andwwt 'ahead despite its resounding defeat of inflicting a bad bruise."In "the SSSh"Se tJro PreviousseaSJs ,,^ e fubs took a firmer hold on centerfielder Willie Mays' fare- taiiy in tne BIAIU,_»UU. «c ^^ wachincrtrm in a +hroo-miio rar-a. *«.,..«, :—: -a A _ T uirpugn ine i\\o previous seasons third place in the National League single tcrcenter scored Pillow and be the toughest in history, in the Burcb to put the Oilers out in opinion of veteran Ky Ebright, front for keeps 3-2. coach of the Baytown made its other tally in fornia. the second frame when Pillow Ebright, who has won three out opener, ilied to deep center, and Ken Sears of the last four Olympic titles with : Chambers was scored from third after the catch, his crews, isn't at all sure that leadoff man Bob _, cause it up with a his club win make it this year — drive struck him on the left wrist, ea me<, t 3 Hocr\ito ifc? Y-ocriMnrlinrf r?ofouf r\f 4nl*K.n4; _. «*• _ \»— J i r T_ J.T ^ *** briefly with another run in the Washington in a three-mile race fourth inning, top of the seventh. recently. sent a line drr A v,,,v,«>^ ^mrrM in the sixth "It's awfully early to tell about meier in the face, causing a bad ? resultSinthe Oilers'BiS anything," says Ebright. "We bruise and cutting the inside of „ resulting in^ e^ ^ ^ know that Navy ^^ ^ ^ Q[ & ^ pltcher » s mouth crew. And we have a lot of re- In the seventh inning, a pitch by spect for Wisconsin, which lost on- Joe Nixhall nicked Del Rice and ly two men out of the shell that hit Guglielmo on the right hand, won the International Rowing Re- The flesh was pierced between two gatta at Marietta, O., last year, fingers but the umpire continued t,r;+h«,if rv,iVc.; nr r ~ 4.- --D 4. i, —~~ c-~-*. -. ~~ j.,i*~v». u .i .^~ to ^ wen t o baseball for a while as the sent a line drive that struck Weh- J^ Tn aSfonLwand £e £? rT to | pi ** th f Pirates, 5 to 4 on fleet Negro is slated to be inducted is oacK m action now ana tne in- Dee Fondy s two-run homer in the into the Army Thursday. the ump with called third strike. SOUTHERN SEUECT AB Luna, ss 3 Cordova, 2b 4 Vidal, rf * Sustaita, 3b ... Garcia, Ib ..... Sanchez, If .••« Jochez, cf Sparaeino, c -•* Hunta, p . TOTALS .3 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 3 .30 OILERS AB . 2 R H £ 001 "Washington, from what we saw 0 1 ° or it, appears to be working to- 0 00 W ard a sprint crew. I used" a short 1 1 1 stroke, which is perfect for the 000 sprints." 010 The Olympic trials and the 000 Olympic meet are run at 2,000 110 meters — - considerably shorter 010 than the average major America 2 5 2 race of three miles.. It is : possible that Coach Al Ul_ brickson of Washington is taking a leaf out of Ebright's record in J| 1948. That year the Huskies had " the best distance crew in the country and won the IRA at especially glad he was around for the second game of Sunday's double header with the Browns. After St. Louis had v/on the open- to 5, and led, 2 to 1, in the inning of the _. —, . > , Same after first aid. . Me ™ a! hlt on ^ e v™ 15 *- b * a fast bal1 » Sunday's iano drove in the winning run with his second double in the seventh- The second game at Cincin- was Williams Hears End Of run homer, his 10th of the year, washed out and young Sam Jones went on to a five-hit, 6 to 2 victory. York also were WILLOW GROVE, Pa., May 26 IIP) — Former Boston Red Sox Shantz became the first Ameri- slugger Ted Williams, now a Ma- GRADE A FRESH er probably will be sidelined a Sox , 3 . 2 . 1 . 3 . Z . 3 .'29 B 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 H 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 7 \r\J\~Lm-LJ O.1 IWt rr UM1. LAt^r .L^X4 iCLb . ~ T ~ _^ - •* w ~ —~ "— — -•—— } • " • *• •*- J i . . . _^ fc . 0 Pougnkeepsie. But when the Olym- tcrims team gave the Houston goby, and Harry Simpson. Dick e jf* b |, se ^ fr° m the Reds in Batteries weighing from . 1 pic trials came up, at 2,000 meters, ' 0 and then came through for the 0 Olympic crown in London. ^ Ebright, a sprightly little bespec- 1 tacled man, has been coaching crews at California for more than 25 years. Chapman Favored In British Amateur Sparacino, ss .. Kane, 2b Geult, c M. Burch, cf .. Sears, Ib Few, If Humphrey, rf -• Littlejohn, rf, If Pillow, 3b J. Burch, p .... TOTALS "Select 000 001 100—2 Oilers -.010 000 20x—3 Runs batted in: Cordova, Sanchez, Pillow, Kane 2, Two-base hits: Hunta. Sacrifices: Luna, Garcia, Littlejohn. Left on bases: Southern Select 3, Oilers 7. Bases on-balls: Burch 0 T Hunta 4. Strikeouts: Burch 6, Hunta. 4. Winning pitcher: Burch;. Losing-- pitcher:- PRESxwiCK," Scotland. May 26' Hunta, Umpires: Bell, Shires; flpj __ Dick Chapman of Pinehurst, Scorer: Chase; .Time,1:40. N.C., launches his quest for a second straight British Amateur golf championship Monday as a 25- man vanguard of the American delegation begins play in the weeklong tournamnt on the sun-baked Prestwick course. The U.S. entry list was reduced to 39 Sunday when Maj. Leonard INDIANAPOLIS, May 26 OB—At ScanneU of Toledo, Ohio, John least 15 cars were expected to Heddon of Dowagiac, Mich., and make last-ditch bids Monday for a Everett Hicks of San Francisco spot in the fastest field ever as- withdrew. One or two more Amer- sembled for the Memorial Day 500- lean lesser-lights may withdraw mile Indianapolis motor speedway Monday, but the U.S. representa- auto race. tion still will be .the highest in the •Chief steward Tommy Milton de- history of the tournament, creed that the brick and asphalt Chapman, one of 35 Americans oval would be opened for six hours, who drew a first round bye, after the second straight Sunday meets V. R. Lindsay-Renfrew, a -•-—'-*- _._-.._•. . Scottish club player, in a second round match. The 42-year-old Car- Baytown Netfers Rap Houston Team The Baytown Humble Club's Senators American League race. provided the winning run with his fifth homer at Washington, but the Senators neared the course as a Point, some time this pace in the American in in with 26, and has boosted His average to a fancy .338, broke up an 0 to 0 duel in the service this spring and who rerun with a single to give Sleater P° r ted to the Marine air detail at his second straight win since coming over from the opener, Duane Pillette gained his fTV _ ._ fifth,victory, despite being tagged for homers by Luke Easter, Larry < ^ ie Loser Bob Hooper yielded naval training station here on Browns. May 2 - ^ as completed 20 hours of training, public .information officer Lt. Col. Jack Moore said. Cardinals won a battle of Betters another good shel- . pace for the w h«h Ens and £>***• LXICS.JL^I VfCmxVr u^Sy «a.i» t* t \jw aJLi^k^xU *J t , - " ^^ •—. - 1 »**•*- "*»— ^.j. _ , — Californi? scored an upset to win la ckmg- last weekend, winning 12 Browns with two homers, driving Sisler homered for St. Louis and —- i -' L • ' • • •- in four runs. .Steve Gromek suf- B . 013 Borkbwski and Grady Hatton matches and losing- only three. The matches were played on Houston's Municipal courts. After play ended, the Houston netters feted the Baytown team, with «. chicken dinner. Here are the results with Bay- 'town players listed first: L-eo LaBorde beat Allan Key, 6-3, C. H. Marshetll beat Ed Smith, C-2. Rob Middleton -beat Vibry.Kar- ney, 6-2. . , Wilkins beat Jacfe Baugh, 4,SOO to 99,500 pounds ere used for air- units in DOZ. fered his' first defeat. hit Cincy homers. and railroad passenger cars. Don 6-1. . r _« beat C. R. Channelview Races 'Buddy Rackley was the only double, winner at the Channelview Speedway stock car races. Saturday night,-'hitting i the" second Church League Softball Games Carded Tonight BRAKES RELIHED featu was b >" -o,, c .oi v f T^, n^^ ** T,Russel beat John Turner, Wilbams, who took the lead for Try Again Today 6-1. Don Fuller lost to Kelly Adair, 5-7. Thurman Watson beat W-eldon Winsauer, 6-4. W. O. Weber beat Weldon Adams, 6-2. ° f 4) Sonny-Harris. Time: 4:50 ^5 2) m Elliott; 3) Dub Legion; 4) Church -. League softball trophy games are scheduled tonight on the Lee diamonds. Here is the card: .Diamond one—Memorial Baptist vs. First Christian at 7:30 p.m. First Presbyte'rian vs. St. Joseph at. 9. p.m. Diamond two— Central Baptist vs. St Mark's Methodist at 7:30 Temple Baptist vs. Highlands Baptist at 9 p.m. Complete job using Ray- besto P.G. Lining: Mosf Cars, or $ "I JJ50 l^-io_n pickups^- I O Bonded linings at sligbtiy higher price C MRS. TUCKER'S Authorized Inspection. Station CLARK'S Wheel and Brake Service 2400 Market Phone 9437 SHORT • D a • c a • W.VA .•_•_»_•_».* » « aV»-B Monroe Gumm lost to Stuart Boots Hansan Time' 2-6. ' • Thir, 2-Marshall beat Key- Willie. trials were rained out. Thirty-one cars already were qualified, 24 of them Saturday in one of the busiest test days on record, leaving only two positions vacant in the May 30 53-car line- The ..weatherman promised a "fair and warm' rain, and track pated the usual hectic last-minute rush to beat After the final filled, cars already quali slower than those Smith, 6-2, 6-2. ' Middleton-Russell beat Baugh- 6-1, 6-4. is-Dixon beat Adalr-Wbite- 6-3, 7-5. Fuller-Watson • lost to Karney- Buckley, 3-6, 5-7. Webber-Rob Roberts beat Ad- ams-Winsauer-xBob Rait, 6-0, 6-3. x—Rait played second set. 14 Japanese Arrested For Rioting In Tokyo , . , ^.^^V.A.^^^ ^0^.1^0 ontL AS umcia ' TOKYO, May 26 (UV—Five hun- S^Toi^^,*:"; 3 J5 second round contests Monday, dred armed police raided a fac- 13 remaining American en- tory in. the Tokyo suburbs Monday 4X Time: 4:43. olinian is out to become the first player to make a successful defense of his crown!since America's Lawson Little turned the trick • in 1935. 3:29.64. Consolation—1) Sandy Harris; ,2) Joy Welch; 3) Neal Lang; 4) -Clyde Hornsby; 5)-Sonny Harris; 6) 2L E. Smith. Time: 6:26.09. Feature—1} Willie Williams; 2} Buddy P^ack'ley; 3) Georg-e Nash; .4) Neal Lang; 5) J. D. Martin; 6} Joy Welch; 7) Lanny Carpenter; .8) Dub Legion,,Time 7:54.37. $60. fo $2000. 'Auto — SIGNATURE — Furniture SAVE MONEY — LOWER PAYMENTS NO BROKERAGE OR HIDDEN CHARGES NO ENDORSERS REQUIRED .'- '. SIMPLIFIED 3EETHOD EASY TO GET—EASY TO PAY LET US PAY YOUR BtLl_S__CombIne them alt Into one account .with O« and have only one small monthly payment to suit your Income. • ' See "The Friendly Company" First Supervised by State Banking Department And T i 1211016 3 The . baseball game scheduled least three cars mav ed." The 31 cars already qualified averaged a record-breaking 135.075 mph. This compared with a 133.570 rnph average for last year's 33 $tarters. tries,' including two-tirne former and arrested 14 persons, mostly Frank Stranahan of To- -Communists, on 'charges they were Ohio, are scheduled for sec- leaders of the bloody May Day last Saturday~between"south~Park — J matches Tuesday. riots. - . . . - 'and Bryan for the bi-district tournament is celebrating A total of 955 persons have been championship was rained out since it was in- arrested in connection with the it has'been "re : set for 3' to- nots, . - morrow - in Huntsville. Both teams have scored one victory in -the best-of-three series. Cash . I 18 Monthly 1 Cash | IS Monthly You Receive } Payments - \ You Receive | Payment* : 51 33.70 " 223.50 313.30 ! ? 9. t $417.40 I 1 15. j S22.SO j i 21. ( 671.50 j $28. 35. 45. Other Amounts •from * 60 to $2000 "bump- augurateoTinTsss! DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Rendered fato£ swine 5. Parish priest (Fr.) 9. Ostrich- like bird DOWN 1: Arboreal mammal 2. Divert 3. Feel indignant displeasure 4. Owing 5. Warp- MIKE PRANSSEN .STATE RESERVE LIFE "- "See Me Before You Die" Dial 2061 . wm~> 3&&P : i'^ •fefWiC ?53G«R i WARNING! I:; Deadline-—Sept. 6 j Mr; Car Owner, Have you bad [your car officially inspected? j Avoid, fast minute rush... Drrve i in i^day v^ere you can gef H i done vifh conficence. _ .\ OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE fiilflCoasf Motor Co. 42Q-W. TEXAS : 10. A healing yarn ointment 6. Canal boat 11. Entertain 7. Let blood 12. Food (Obs.) 14. Melt 8. Spring 15. Factor 11. Astern. (hereditary) 13. Postpone .16. River 17. Taut (Eng-V 18. Decoration for valor 19. Web-like membrane 21. Greek letter 22. Kind of dog 25.Adverbfal particle 2S. Governor of Algiers (former title) 27. Miscellany 2S. Boil slowly 30, Girl's name 32. Adance 36. European linden 37. Midday 38. Auctions 40. Wasted time . 41. Check 42. Costly ,43. Repudiate 44. Strays front truth 18. Fellows 20.Fate, , ' 22. Agreements 23. Unknown 24. Province of ancient Palestine 29-Roam 31;Subs tance in fats 33. Grinding 34. South Africans <Du. descent) 35; Particle of addition OS HHB |S[WlA(G)E|S] - 'An --Englishman, Henry "is credited -with setting up the first steel rolling mill in 1783. GUARDIAN FINANCIAL CORPORATION * BAYTOWN OFFICE: 307 West Texas Ave., Phone: 8233 Next to Sr-jnears Theatre PASADENA OFFICE: 207 East Shaw Ave., Phone: GRand 2-3607 Aero** from Long'* ;: Theatre HOUSTON OFFICE: 713 Fannin St.. Phoncr ATwood 6641 •Across from Texas State Hotel Guardian's Investment Certificates pay you' 39e per wsan 39. Upward curving ^ of ship's planking 40. Fish 30 2.S 37 21 34 3S Can UBBY'S FRUIT GIANT NO. 2V 2 CAN NATIONAL A MONTH WE OFFER THIS IMPORTANT CHECK-UP FOR YOUR SAFETY DURING MAY. JAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT NOW Special This Monf h.... COMPLETE; FRONT-END INSPECTION ALIGN FRONT WHEELS AND SET TOE-IN REMOVE WHEELS AND INSPECT BRAKE LINING AND WHEEL BEARINGS ~ CHECK MASTER CYLINDER & ADJUST BRAKES REGULAR AUTHORIZED INSPECTION STATION THIS MONTH 2100 MARKET ST. YOUR LINCOLN MERCURY DEALER DIAL 8261 REG. 49c JERGEN'S LOTION REG. 25c JERGEN'S URGE CREAM SHAMPOO Value TEXAS NEW ^ -

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free