The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 17, 1961 · Page 8
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Tuesday, January 17, 1961 Allen Downs Lee Rebels By BARRY SMITH :Lee College gym when the Rebs 1 during the first half. Allan Academy defeated the Lee hit a meager 7 of 30 shots from! While the Lee five were missing 64-53 Monday night in thejthe field for a poor 23 per cent ibucket after bucket during the 20 TRADES DAY SPECIALS Complete And Varied Selection Finest Quality Febric REMNANTS V2 to 1 Yard Lengths • ALL COLORS • ALL PATTERNS • ALL FABRICS • BOTH PRINTS AND SOLIDS NOW ONLY 39 INCH WIDTH DOMESTIC Reg. 39c Yard 4 YDS 36 INCH WIDTH COTTON UCE Interwoven With Metallic Thread * 8 Colors • REG. $1.98 1 YD. first 20 minutes of action. Allen banged in 15 of 33 attempts for a fine 45 per cent. Both quints netted 10 out of 21 attempts for a second half average of 49 per cent. Although the Rebs failed to collect a field goal ur of action had passed tied 15-15 with Allen in the first half. Doug Bell and Troy Heads AP Cage Poll By THE ASSOCIATED Mighty Ohio State Signs 75,000 Contract Mick No Holdout Now By WILL GRIMSLEY , ,„„ , Associated Pwss Sports Writer PKKSS i NEW YORK (APi-Is Mickey _. _ i' «f the j Mantle going to be baseball's two remaining undefeated teams i next $100,000 a year baseball Jntil six minutes i|j? fh * « 5U « f(r .v.. rolled alonj; as the j player? s«ed thev were 1 1 outfn In Th( ' Associated; "\Ve hope so, Jen with ?(P left jPress po " for the £iflh st '' a 'g ht Manager Roy He ' - ' jweek today. York Yankees £ Woodall; paced the Lee five during the first I period of action. Faulty defense and poor , . ing by the Rebs allowed Allen toi who comprise usual, the Buckeyes were unanimous choice of the I sportscasters and sports writers pass-' from all sections of the country the panel. jump to a 36-25 intermission lead. During the first period Allen'muni of 360 point? controlled the boards when they'record. DePaul the That gave Ohio State the maxi- on a 12-0 said General Hamey of the New Yankees after signing his star ct-nterfielder to a $75,000 contract Monday. "We'd like nothing belter than to pay—that is, if Mickey shows he's worth it. "I don't doubt he will. Casey Stengel always insisted the boy wag going to make it." other unde- Mantle's new contract is the collected 23 rebounds to Lee's 13. jfeateri team (il-0» jumped intojb p st he has signed in his 11 years When the second half began. Lee! seventh place. found new life in the inspired play : g t Bonaventure fl'Mi after Of Woodall and Chili Cauthen. | scoring a couple of more victories iwith the Yankee organization— a reduced over the | wage he got last year. up to Mickey. 29, said he felt he had ! a player. "I don't remember I have felt better at this year, and had divested himself of all outside interests which might take his mind off baseball. "I still have a small hand in a motel (Joplin, MtO and a boat company iHe»idmon, Tex.) but I'm letting other people worry 'I but Cauthen banged in S markers and 1 ja^f week pushed Woodall dipped in 6 in the first j place droonin" Rrnd'iW U34.f toi not reached his real potential as seven minutes of the last period, i third' " ' ' ' ••-•-With 5:15 left in the tilt. Lee I ^T Rwn - cc u H .,-had pulled within 7 points of Al-L 71 ^ , nies -, h ^.„--."„ sucMS&llylor 1 SartTfoS^mS- if f e ™ of 10 . P oit " s for f ' irs l P la , ce ' I utes and walked off with the vie-1 9 for second and so on. Bradley j bowline allev which to-., 'went down to us nrst defeat of! ^iiuis mmuiij, aiiej. \\mcn ,_-, ... R" -i. j ,r, j „ , . iihe <jpisnn last \vppic -i ftViq lf><«' cause d him some concern last I deftly. Cauthen and Woodall were Lee s M™ season ia&i \\HK. a w oj joss, i_ top defensive performers with ' to H °uston. ! Woodall displaying fine hustle and; The leaders with first place teamwork throughout the contest. votes > n parenthesis: about them," Mickey said, have no other business now baseball." At $75,000. Mantle is the highest paid performer in the American League and only a notch behind the National League's top- salaried star, Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants, at $85,000. Mantle, who struck out 1-5 times last season but hit 40 home runs, said his aim was to cut down on strikeouts and build up his batting average, which fell to .275. What did he think about the Yankes' new manager, Ralph llouk? "A manager can't hit ami run for you. He fan only command ivspect. If lu> has the team's respect, ho can do all right, ami I think Houk has everybody's respect. They'll try to win for him." And about Casey Stengel? '"He was a Rood manager. Everything he said about me, I deserved." What about shifting to a strictly right-handed hitter? "No. I had a bad year batting left-handed last season but I can still bat left-handed. I'll continue a switch hitter." Any aims for 19(il? "Sure. I'd like to hit .500. but I'll settle for a .300 hatting average. 100 runs batted in and -10 homers " Is this the best contract you've had since you became a star? "Since I became a star—what do you mean since I became a star?" He flushed. Modestly still becomes M a n 11 e, the Yankees' $75,000 a vear man. 6 MONTHS OF TRAtN- 1X0 IS A 1,1, JT TAKES to open the door to a j whole loft as a member i of the proud and profitable beauty culture profession, : LONNIE'S ! SCHOOL OK 1IAIR DESIGN I 107 W. Texas Ave. Bavtown JU 2-8326 He added that he had disposed "I think I can do it by choking up on the bat and not trying to kill the ball on the third strike," the switch-h i 11 i n g centerfielder said. At a news conference the cre\v- | cut Oklahoman parried questions! Bell and Leonard Gailey netted 12 tallies apiece to gain high scoring honors for the Rebs while Phillip Jordan hit 19 for the Allen five. Silvia Holmes and Bell were the Rebels' top guns under the boards. Lee played good ball in spots but made several bad passes to throw away the game. Allen also! gained several easy baskets oni 1. Ohio State i36> 3fiO 2. St. Bonavemure 277 3. Brndlev 247 4. Iowa 2fl3 5. Louisville 133 6. North Carolina 134 7. DePauj 127 S. Duke 121 9. St. John's ' 112 10. Kansas State 9S Others receiving votes: Seeks Training Camp — I've Got Secret, Notes Johansson NEW YORK (AP) — Ingemar New York Boxing Writers dinner the Rebs' leaky zone defense. i Southern "California " K a ns as' !johansson has a secret ^ he ' s ? nig o where , P att «J°n «''U K«| The loss gives Lee a 3-4 record Utah, Indiana. Memphis State.'i not tellingasoul. ! the Boxer o£ Uie ^ ear award Wake Forest. Wichita. St. Louis, \ "I know for sure what I did in conference warfare. 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The third! go in their series is scheduled fori Miami Beach on March 13. j "I've looked at the films of the fight many times,' 1 said Johansson and I still don't armful of reasons why Patterson j T . . , won the heavyweight champion- r over K ot t>au S ht wlth ship from him" with a fifth-round II j 1 ^ 1 " happened to knockout last June 20. (A?,-Warren Wood-j L He fought too many exhibi- Mexico State will be Miens after winning the title from poaches who will in-|p at t e rson in 1959. and that made ^' v« T.-* *u n /---I- • i " "~ V-- ', n . things too (?asv for him. g |\ear football Clinic here leb. 24-j_ 2 _. He lost six pounds the night know how that punch, me before and I don't intend to let it happen this time. "After all, I knocked Floyd out once and floored him in the second fight. I'm sure I'll win this one. I've knocked him out a 202 West Texas laytown Longhorns Stop dies, 81-76, To Open Up Tie By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | The University of Texas Longhorns slapped down an-h rival Texas A&M 81-76 Monday night to move into the undisputed leadership of the Southwest Conference basketball race. The victory gave the Longhorns a 4-1 loop record and broke a three way tie in the conference race. Idle Texas Tech is now second with a 3-1 mark while the Aggies dropped to third spot with their 3-2 record. Albert Almanza and Jimmy Gilbert sparked the Lonshprns in their second half spurt against the Aggies at Austin Monday night. Texas trailed by a single point, ?,8-37. at halftime but moved ahead for good in the first minute of the second half. Because of final exams no conference games are scheduled until Jan. 31. The Aggies however, have a non - conference game Thursday, traveling to Houston to play the University of Houston. . . . „ before we fj B ht and entered the 'housand tunes in my dreams andi Others who will lecture will be j ring at 192 This time he wants r know they U come tnle ' i Bud Wilkinson. Oklahoma: Duffy j to hit 196 or 198. | Maybe the dreams told him' Daugherty. Michigan State; Mur- i 3. Anyhow, it was a sucker what round he would finish Pat-! ray Warmath. Minnesota: Frank. punch that caught him on the terson? Broyles, Arkansas: and Chuck ! button. Moser, Abilene, Tex., athletic director. high school j Johansson arrived Monday night I from Paris, and will attend the "Nope." he answered, "I can't tell what round it will be. But I know I'll beat him.'' i FABRIC WINTER CLEARANCE 4 BIG DAYS WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT. WOOLS REG. $3.98. REG. SI.98 DISCOUNTED TO $198 1 YD. DISCOUNTED TO $139 1 YD. SYNTHETIC SUITINGS VALUES TO $1.98 FLANNEL—REG. 49c yd. 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