The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 13, 1954 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 —THE BAYTOWN SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Ij,J9Sj[_ . Longhorns Move Southwest Conference Lead Defeat Archenemy Close Contest 49-46 to m, , ~ srr . l,k», tt, toSIM AW« who've at College Station to trim Texas MM 49 to 46, but Rice had things preW much its own way at Houston and chalked up a 69 to 32 win „..._ TVvac Christian ^o Ut ?erfSodfst also is undo- feated' but has played only two games and Bavtar share. Rice's ll record to tie for third. Each of the teams lost to. Southern Methodist last week. None of the other teams -have won, .with Arkansas and TCU each having two defeats and the AssSe* three ^4ne^av and Thursday night, are off nights, but Texas Christian and' Texa= A&M will end some- bo!-'? losing sfreak Friday 'night, and Kice and Texas will settle their differences. .Saturday night, Southern Methodist plays its only game of the week, against Arkan- fa* at Favetteville Texas, which now ha s won its trio of conference starts by a. total the fourth Then the Longhorns got hot. with four minutes fc go and scored seven straight points .o make it 47 to 40 and Ui P AgRies couldn't catch up. Billy Powell M ced Tcxa s with 14 points and Pat McCrory hit _ 12 'for Texas A&M; which was olaying without Rod Pirtle and Don Moon, who have Quit toe squad ; At .Houston .Texas- Christian led . through most, of the low-scoring first quarter, but Rice held a 12 to 11 margin at the end of the rust period. Then Gen* .Schwmger. .^he SWC' S leading scorer and Bobb.v Brashear began to hit for the Owls and they built up a '31 to 22 halftime difference. . The third quarter was another slow, one but ; ir i the fourth Schwrn- gcr -tallied .eight points and Ray (Shag) Warren hit 10 for TCU as the teams combined for a total of 47 points. . , .. ayou Board Okays 1954 Grid Schedule Longhorns face Hardest Jest Friday Texas' Taller Team Of 1954 Meets Rice Owls The Cedar Bayou football schedule for 1954, still uncompleted, has been given tentative approval by. the board of trustees. . •.. '.The schedule, Supt.. : Akridge, pointed out, was difficult to make for this year because of the fact that Cedar Bayou has moved from' A to AA classification and plays ^is another .district next.-y.ear, •.Three -potential state champions are on .the Cedar Bayou schedule, including Nederland. which Cedar Bayou plays here Sept. 10: La Marque, to'be played there on Oct. 8. and Hutsville. -the' closing- game of the regular season, to be played at Cedar Bayou on Nov. 19. Other dates include : ..Wharton (tentative); ..Sept.- ; 17: La Porte, Sept.. 24; Webster, - Oct. 1: EEL Suicide Squad, Oct. 4; Humble, .Oct 22- Spring Branch, Nov. 5; Cleveland, Nov. 12. A -dale for Oct. 15 is still indefinite. Oct. 29. will be an open; date. •"• In 191-1 JReeenf photo In .1928 AN OUTSTANDING player in major league baseball for 23 years, Walter (Rabbit) .Maranville'has succumbed at his Woodsirle, N. Y., home at'the age: of 61. Maranville, who broke Into baseball with the Boston Braves in 1912, wound up his playing career in 1935 alter having s.erved five clubs, including- service as manager of the Cubs and Pirates. In recent years he was director of the New York Journal-American sandlot program. (International} By LLOYD LARRABEE AUSTIN,- Jan. 13 .-—UP—Texas bids for a 1954 Southwest Conference basketball crown with its tallest lineup in history, a sharp-shooting outfit i effecting a change of pace from the school's Speedy '.'mighty mite' 'teams of the past. The Longhorns, whose starling five averages six-,foot, ; five-inches, will face their strongest test .of the. early season Friday night on home ground when they meet Rice, a pre-season favorite. In his . 1954 aggregation, Coach Thurman (Slue) • Hull lacks the soeed of teams : of years gone by sparked by. 'such "little men" as Bobby Moers. Slater Martin — now in toe professional'ranks. Al Madsen and last year's.Leon Black. However, to offset losses in that department, Hull has a lineun built Humble Basketball Teams To Use Gyms The Humble .dub's intra-club basketball league was granted use of the Robert E. Lee and the Baytown ' Junior High gymnasiums by the School Board this week. • Board President A. R. Stark pointed out Wednesday that ; the 10-team league will pay for the '.- use of the schools' facilities. Stark added that the league believes its. cage program (for adults) will fill in a gap in the • Recreation Council program. around six-foot, seven-inch Fred Saunders and Bob Waggener, six- foot, four-inch Gib Ford and Billy Powell, and six-foot, one-inch John Schmid. Saunders, whom Hull says is one of, the best hook-shot artists he's seen; has'dropped in 44 per cent of his field goal attempts thus far while averaging 15.3 points per, game, and 168 for the season. Ford, with 118 points, has hit a 47 per cent average from the field, while Powell has dropped in 114 points for a 37 per cent average. Waggenei-j a defensive standout who has polished up his shooting talents, has sunk 95 points for a 41 per cent average on field goal efforts. Schmid with 40 points has a 33 per cent mark, j To combat its loss of speed, Tex- as' taller team of 1954 is outshto- ing it s opposition in taking rebounds off the backboards, and Waggener is becoming a specialist in that category He has averaged 11 per game, whilp Powell averages six per contest. With .the Southwest Conference race apparently even tighter than usual, Hull will be counting on four seniois — Waggener, Powell, Ford and Saunders — for experience and eadeiship The fifth starter, Schmid, i K a sophomore. The Texas - Rice contest will top the Southwest Conference slate this weekend. Other matches pit Texas Christian against Texas A&M Friday night at College Station, and Southern Methodist against the ever-dangerous Arkansas at : Fayetteville Saturday night. Most exciting ODGE How on Display You g*t a b«tt«r <Uol from yw* <l«p«nd«blt d«oUr Jim Tafum May Go To Tar Heels Colorful Annyal 'Der Bingie'Golf Tourney Coming By HAL WOOD PEBBLE BEACH, Calif., Jan.. 13, Area Scores; SJ-E MOTOR CO, 2nd ANNIVERSARY SALE U-J 19 O 3£ Ud Unl s SHORT ON CASH??-- Under our "Annuity, and Thirft Plan" you can .select'the car of your choice and drive it home today— then make the balance of your down payment when you get your A. & T. check, if you wish. TO BUY A 6000 USED CAR THE PLACE TO SHOP, KAPf OR SHINE Tour Car of Tomorrow—Under Cover Today SEE US ... AND SAVE J-B MOTOR CO. 701 ALEXANDER DRIVE {On Highway 146) J-B MOTOR CO. 2nd ANNIVERSARY SAL RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 13 —UP —Jim Tatum, who. led Maryland .to. .n-ationar football, : prominence, _Tjp_ T h e -world's greatest three- was slated Wednesday to name his . --• .••.... , price for performing a 'similar ring golf circus gets under-way chore for North ' Carolina State, .here on Friday—and no . matter Tatum indicated his .willingness whether you are a movie 'fan, golf to .leave .Maryland in Javor of^ nu) . or po ] itical follower'., there .is NCAA 'meeting in ^mcinnatf C but a good chance you can see qn e of he .left the big question unansWer- your favorites on the links. ed: How much does: he want? This i s the annual 310,000 Na• Inside sources say, that the big, ti j p . Amateur gol£ tourna- outspoken Talum could write his • • ,--• . . • * . . own ticket-up to a certain point, nient, otherwise known as the Bmg They reported North Carolina. Crosby clambake, because "Dcr State 'would be willing to sign him Bingle" foots all the bills and lets to a 10-year contract. But they „ *hi>-reppints e<v to charity ."guessed" the'negotiations would all the receip^go to cnaiiiy. 'hit a. snag if Tatum asked for .This year 'there. « f'^iig t?n nnn => vpar * lom a one-legged' golfer to the "He's wiMing'to come here if brother'of the President slated to we can meet his price," Dr. H. A. play i^ ddw ^ e ^f, uc «. cr rfc raC M^ '•ffSSih^X^SS.^SK ^»n^isSnu|^ he's never told us; what^'would- »t lends to quite a Ra axy of color. come for. No one has mentioned a ?°"?c Kcal , ^'aycrs ' fiinira in the talk? so far" These diverse devotees of the -.figure m, the. talks so iar. divot wj]1 be paircd with : S uch •.-'.•:'•• : great shotmakers as Jimmy De- niarct, E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, Ed (Porky) Oliver and Al Besselink. to mention a few of the more orthodox stars in the golfing world. ! Th e one - legged golfer i,, no freak. He is a very fine young man by the name of Jack Harrison from Grand Rapids, Mich. Harrison happens-to hold the National Amaleur Amputee championship-— a title won at Buffalo, N.Y., last summer. ...,.'• The President's brother, is Ed Eisenhower, who has accepted an invitation to play. The Rolf played in (his tournament isn't always.the best. Tha.'s because sometimes' 1 it: is a tri/l'e hard to concentrate on the shot when you have Bob Hope for a partner and Hope is more interested in entertaining the gallery. Then there is the matter of the gallery. About 70 per cent of the galleries that come to thp Crosby clambake apparently never have been on a golf course before. They come to see the big names of the movie and television world. They walk through the traps; talk.while the player is lining up a putt that may mean the difference between first place of S1.500 or third- place of S750. There are women walking around the course with high heels ^~~—~ „*—-, - that leave three-inch holes in the 13 —UP—The Texas A&M College fairways; and there are famines athletic council will probably nar- there with their two-and-three- row the field of prospective foot- year - old youngsters running ball coaches at a meeting Thurs- through the spectators, players day, but Chairman W. L, Pen- and officials, berthy said a new coach would not But it is aU for a good cause, be named at that time. ; In the seven years the tourney Penberthy and Athletic Director has been staged on the local lay- Barlow (Bones) Irvin conferred outs, it has netted for the charities with 18 coaches at the recent favored by Crosby $170,377. That's NCAA convention in Cincinnati, more than $24,000 a year. Each of the coaches interviewed For that kind of dough—for a will be "discussed the meeting. good cause—most of th P golfers The Aggies have been -ICAu'ng don't care if there is a cub bear for a new grid mentor since Jan. hanging onto their club during 4, when head Coach Ray George tha back-swing. announced his resignation after three seasons to enter private bus- s p o R T S By ED FIUERSON Three .Robert E.. Lee. football players will be honored at the annual Beaumont A and M club football party -Wednesday Jan. 20 in Beaumont. • Mike Henslcy, Louis Del Hommc and . Jimmy Morris have been named to the club's 1953 AAAA all-district team, and'they'will receive certificates of this achievement at the party. The outstanding Ganders played tackle, center and fullback respectively. ..-..••••• Jim Bond,'president of Baytown A,;eno" M alumni,' is taking the' trio to-Beaumont. " : ' to begin Gonsalvcs-Woods Bout Postponed OAKLAND. Calif., Jan. 13—UP —The 10-rouhd lightweight fight between Johnny: Gonsalves and Bobby Woods, scheduled for Thursday night has .been postponed indefinitely because of Gonsalves' illness. Promoter Ray Schwartz said Gonsalves begged .off when he contracted a cold. . W-V does one brand, mar aft* y**r, continue to bethl f — —'.-"UJB^ j^y LARGEST SELLIIVG KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY KENTUCKY STfUIGH 1 '" BOURBON WHISKEY A0 p Kentucky taste and top value make Old Sunny Biook the favorite! Sunny Brook Kentucky Blended'Whiskey, 86 Proof, 65% Grain Neutral Spirits. KentacMlraight Bourbon-Whiskey, 93 Proof. The Old Sunny Brook Company, Louisville, Kentucky Robert E. t*e 37, Beaumont ' ~t\ i * » . ' . : 17«. '\n/.-' ------ .'..:• '.. ; • ' ' • Robert E. Lee 60, Bchumont 29 (B). • Bn.vtOM-n Junior Hish 32, Horace Mann 27 (A). Baj-tou-n Junior High 25, Borneo Blonn 17 (Ii). Ccdiir Buyou CO, Hull 46 (A). Ccdnr. Bayou 52, Hull 84 (B). I>n Porie 31, Aivin 33 (A); La Porte 27, Alvin 38 (B). 'Mont Bclvieu 24, • Kountzc.'. 54. (A).' - • TMont Bclvieu 41, Kountie S5 (B). 5», Dickinson 5-t Deer Park '(A). Deer Park 81, Dickinson 32 CD CC Still Seek Coach COLLEGE STATION, Tex.. Jan. mess. • Texas Alumni Honor Aims Mater At Banquet AUSTIN. Jan. 13 —UP—University of Texas,- champions in four sports and runners-up in four others, will be honored Wednesday night at the Wth annual athletic banquet sponsored by the ex-students' association. In 1953. Texas teams shared football and baseball crowns, swept tennis honor s and won four first place's in the Southwest Conference track and; field meet. In addition, second places went to swimming, cross - country, basketball and Rolf squads. : R. E. (Peppy) Bloimt of Tyler, former Texas football star, will act as; toastmaster.- ' .' .' Let Cdlleflf Cagtrs ' Lee College's cage team is 1 scheduled to play St. Thomas University in Houston at approximately « p.m. Wednesday in a non- conference f&ttM. Havana, Richmond Formally In League NEW YORK. Jan. 33 —UP—Havana, Cuba and Richmond, Va., became members of the International League Wednesday, making the "1-year old circuit the most far-flung operation in baseball history. , The new franchises were forrr.» ally admitted following months of negotiations at brie,f ceremonies Tuesday presided over by. league President Frank Shaughnessy. Shaughncssv said the circuit's members "looked fonvard to a most interesting year with new fans and new frontiers." Havana replaced Baltimore, which acquired the ,St. Louis Browns' American .League franchise last .September, while Richmond replaced Springfield, Mass., which the parent Chicago Cubs refused to support for another season. The eight-team league now embraces three nations and spreads from Canada to Cuba. at 7 p.m. at the Harvest Club. Speakers will be: Ray George, former Aggie head coach; Mike Michalske, Aggie line coach; J. Harold Dunn, Aggie alumni president and others, POSTSCRIPT The three-day absence of Fred Hartman, erfitor and publisher and Clyde Murray, sports writer, WM •explained in Monday's 'sp^rU column, but here are some more details. They are attending the annual Texae Sports Editors Semin-r at the University of Texas. Twenty- five southwestern newspapers will be represented there. Furman Eisner, sports editor of the Atlanta Constitution, is heading the program. Walter R. Humphrey, editor of'the Fort Worth Press, is seminar chairman. The seminar is sponsored by the Texas Daily Newspaper Association. The Sun's representatives left Sunday for Austin and are expected back Wednesday night. EXHIBITION Baytown tennis fans have a great opportunity this week to see a top tennis star in action. '••' Tut Dartzen of the U. S. Davis Clip tennis team will play an exhibition match at Robert E. Lee high school at 4 p.m. Thursday. Dartzen will play Leo La Borde, Robert E. Lee and Horace Mann tennis coach. La Borde states that Dartzen ranks second in doubles and seventh in singles in national competition- . Fans who get off the job at 5 p.m. should go'to the high school for part of the match since it may last until 6 p.m. Annual Cedar Bayou Grid Banquet Approved The Cedar Bayou school board has given a nod of approval to having the annual football banquet Jan. 23 at Rivcrvicw Inn. Football banquets, heretofore, have been held at the cafeteria with Cedar Bayou mothers preparing and serving the food. The banquet this year will cost a flat $275 for ISO. to 202 people, Supt. Akridge. saio*. The cost will be split equally three ways by the school district, the Cedar Bayou band and the Cedar Bayou pep squad. NO MATTER WHAT YOU'VE SEEN, THESE USED CARS WILL GIVE YOU A BIGGER RUN FOR YOUR MONEY. San Antonio Manager Signed BALTIMORE, Jan. 13 —UP— Don Heffner, a former second bnseman with four American League ball clubs and last year manager of the Baltimore Orioles of the International League, Wednesday signed a one-year contract to manage San Antonip of'the Texas League. San Antonio is a farm club of the new Baltimore Orioles. Heffner played with the Yankees, Browns, Athletics and wound up his career with the Tigers in 1943. He began as a manager with Aberdeen, S.D., in 1947. 51CHEV CLUB COUPE HEATER 51 PLYMOUTH 50 STUDEBAKER 50 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR, RADIO AND HEATER. 4-DOOR RADIO AND HEATER 4-DOOR, RADIO, HEATER, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION HEATER 48 PONTIAC 4-Door Hydramatic Radio Heater 48 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR, HEATER 2-DOOR SEE THESE AND OTHiR SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK-END AT

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