THE BAYTOWN SUN, THURSDAY.JANUARY 14, 'Baseball Players Still Squawking for Mare ay Race Dates Set WILMINGTON, Del., Jan. 14—UP —Th e 1954 Delaware Park racing meet'will run for 32 days from. May 29 through July 5, the state racing commission announced Wednesday. The meet will feature the 3100,000, New Castle handicap, world's richest race for'fillies: and mares. MickeyVernon Joins Others In Demands 'Caffis/i' Finally Caught; Hooked By Longview High KAHN TAILORING CO. It Sending I« SPEC1M REFRBENTATIVI EARL W. BASS Who Wa Be At Owr Stare JAN. 15-1 6th Let him jbow ycm the new, eolorfai tad distinctive fabrics and fashions. Let him take ycme measurements DOW foe delrvecy later . . . sod nananber — #*r /vicar art Every Garment We Make h Individually to 217 WEST TEXAS By UNITED PRESS American League batting champion Mickey .Vevnon and four of his Washington Senator teammates joined baseball's, wave •-of holdouts Thursday,'Vernon declaring-.that he wants "quite a bit more" than the estimated S20.500 salary the Senators are offering him. Senators pitcher:Bob Porterfieid also returned his contract unsigned, ' while third 'baseman. Eddie Yost and outfielders Gil Coan and Jim Busby squawked about terms but didn't go through the formality of mailing back the contracts. • Club President Clark • Griffith said he expects all four will "fall in line at the right time" and added, "they all know if they're not satisfied with the terms, I'll raise them if they get going good during the year." But Vernon. pointing to the batting crown he won with a glittering .337 average, indicated he wants , more cash now rather than sometime during the season. .The 35-year-old first baseman said Griffith offered him a "slight raise," believed to be $2,500 .over his salary of S18.000 of last season, and sa,id emphatically, "it's not enough money." Porterfieid, a 22-game winner for the fifth-place Senators last season, also was offered an increase, estimated at $3,000, but also didn't think that was enough. . The Philadelphia Phillies, who already had contract rejections from five players, got still another headache when pitcher Bob. Miller balked at signing. Righthander Miller, who had an 8-9 record last season, thus followed in the steps of pitchers Robin' Roberts and Curt Simmons, and outfielders Richie Ashburn, Jack Mayo, and Clyde Shell. Old Satchel Paige wa s having his contract troubles, too, but his complaint was that the Baltimore Orioles haven't even sent him a contract yet. "I don't know anything about being released or about waivers being asked on me by Eeltimore,' 1 said Pagie in New Yoik. "All I know is I don't have a contract. They haven't let me know anything." The venerable pitcher issued a new estimate of his age, "about 49," but added, he thought he still had "about a pitch and a half—a piece of a curve and a high hard one." If the Orioles aren't interested. Salch said he will tour the country as in the olden days for "about another five years." Down in Walnut Ridge, Ark., pitcher . Johnny Sain said he'd heard he was getting *a contract from the Yankees — reported to boost has salary from $20,000 to $25,008—but said he just wasn't interested. The veteran of 16 years in the game stuck by his earlier announcement of retirement and said he would stay in the automobile business now. Meanwhile, the Brooklyn Dodgers announced the signing of Pee Wee Reese, while others were announced by the Phillies, A's, Red Sox, and Indians. LONGVIEW. Tex., Jan. 14 —UP —The college football coach, with the longest unbeaten streak in the nation will move from college to high school coaching, the Longview School Board said Thursday. , The board announced Milburn (Catfish) Smith had .signed a five- year contract as head coach asd athletic -director- of .the Longvieiv high Lobos. Smith- quit last week at. East Texas State College, where his Lions hadn't been beaten since October, 1951. They had' 'a 30- game winning streak until it was spoiled by a 7 to 7 tie with Ark. ansas State in th e Tangerine Bowl Jan, 1. - .'•••'••'.He had been a leading candidate for the.head coaching spot at Texas A&M, vacated by Ray George, but said Wednesday he had asked A&M to drop him from consideration. The school board kept secret Smith's salary, .but there was a rumor it was in the neighborhood of 59,000. a year. Smith was-chosen as the college coach of the year in Texas little more than a week ago by th R Texas Sports Writers Association. Catfish will be assisted at Longview: by two graduating members .of his 1953 team: Quarterback James Gray and guard Jim Pennell. All will report Feb. 1. He said two assistants to former Coach Wilson B. Dees would be retained. They are Bill Hawkins and Bobby IOWLING In the Master's Bowling League Fahy Godfrey beat Ferguson Motorsi 4-0. and Peoples State Bank tied Culpepper, 2-2. Ferguson Motors I 3 Tot. Collier. Dees quit in December as coach, but remains in the Longview school system. " Charles 'Hungry' ForTitleBout WithMardano By ED SAINSBURY CHICAGO. Jan. .14 —UP— Ex- champion Ezzard Charles was . a "hungry" fighter Thursday, aiming for the steaks and chops he might buy should he -beat Rocky Marciano in a fight to regain the world heavyweight crown. . Charles, a 189 pounder from Cincinnati who succeeded Joe Louis as the heavyweight king by winning .an elimination tournament, became the hottest Marciano challenger Wednesday night when he finished Chicago's Bob Satterfield with a left hook knockout at one minute of the second, round. "Sure, we want Marciano." Manager Tom Tannas announced. "But we don't want to quit fighting until we get him.' We'd like a couple of more fights, with Nino . Valdes. or Dan Bucceroni, or anybody, until we can get Marciano. "Charles isn't a hungry fighter, lik e that," he said. "He's Sot property, but he isn't at the -point where he can quit fighting. And he won't be for a while." Charles' win over Satterfield.for which he received $4,000 Irom television, plus 54,882.23 as 35 -per cent of the net gate of $13,949 paid by ' 4,921 fans, didn't come easy. "He hurt me,.in the second round," Charles, 32, said, "he hurt me with one punch, just before I got him. But in the first round, he was just coming close. Had figured I'd get him in eight rounds, but I'm sure glad I didn't have to go that long. Not the way he was swarming on me.'' Diamonds range In color from pure white to coal 'black. Tom Landry To Help Coach N. Y. Grants NEW YORK, Jan. 14 —UP—The New York Giants have announced the signing for 1954 by Tom Landry. a veteran defensive back from Texas. The Giants said Wednesday Landry would divide his time between playing and coaching defensive tactics. Landry, 29, is the Giants' top punter and led the team in minutes played during the 1952 season. Notre Dame Center Has Flu SOUTH BEND, Ind., Jan. 14— UP—Center Dick Rosenthal- of the Notre Dame basketball team is confined to the school's infirmary with intestinal flu, -but it is believed he will make the trio-to Boston where the Irish play Holy Cross Friday. Rosenthal, a six- foot, six-inch senior, i s the second leading Irish scorer with 155 points. Nuttall 174 174 174 Winningham .. 167 167 167 522 501 Kitohcll 156 171 168 495 DeShaZo 199 181 22R 606 Penalty 20- 20 20 60 TOTAL 676 673 715 2064 FnViy Godfrey Hais'ler 190 134 212 540 Boston 194 177 190 561 Green 166 233 190 589 Stewart 195 179 171 545 TOTAJL 745 723 763 2221 Ferguson Motors, Inc. points 0 Fahy Godfrey ...points 4 Oulp«pper 128 Tot. Hand ......... 220 183 158 561 Tyree 166 208 184 558 Navarre ....... 173 21fl 158 550 Timmins 178 178 178 534 TOTAL 737 788 678 2203 Peoples State Bank 128 Tot. Brnswell .~... 201 146 192 539 Wunsch 183 149 188 520 Carter 134 162 209 655 Wadley 179 172 183 534 TOTAL 747 629 772 2148 Culpcppcr points 2 Peoples State Bank ...points 2 Timely Reductions on Men's Fine Quality Jackets...orlon, linen, spot-resistant gabardines, all-wool gabardines, some miiium lined... and Corduroy Sport Shirts OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF THESE TWO ITEMS REDUCED TO AFFORD YOU SAYINGS EARLY IN THE SEASON! JACKETS REGULARLY *J95 10.95 ........ 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Uke livi "54 KWs beat itrfwl now •pholsterios and trim, the QontwjJ Panel is enfcr-hitrmoniDc«l vfch »»» oufeklc body a** «f Its the Dividends that make it Worth More RIDE DIVIDEND New Bafl-Jornt Front Suspension This revolutionary acv suspension k &e greatest chassis advance >" 20 years . , . am) it's exclusive lr> Korxl in te field, fc es front wlvxils gr«itcr up and down 'travel to smooth out thn going on rcxigli •roncls. And it h<;lps keup tin; whtds in tn>c alignment for consistently easy hiimllinR. "Movement <>! tf*r wlieols is on boll joints .whether up and down, as wricefe tun-el over Kxtgti spots, or in steering as whcefe turn rigiit of kft. Ba« join** a»e staled against dirt add wa New 130-kp. fm es!»-deep skirt extending below ctantehstt uircs Create rigidity lor smoother, quieter opcra[io«, longer engine Hie. Free-turning wcfhcad valves, low-friction design, Ooubte-Deck Intake Manifold >nd hip.h-turb«- kmce combustion chambers (jive brilliant new responsiveness . . . J8X more power, greater economy. New 115'h.fx TT BLOCK! Thh new Six has an eitrs- deep block lor grealcf rigidity, smoother, quieter pedwmance, fonder enp.irw tile. Free-turning overhead valves, high-turbulence combustion chambers, tow- friction design and Fofd's Automatic Power Pilot help produce M% more power —with finer peflormaooi on even less gas. DIVIDEND M DRIVING EASE Ford offers five optional power wrists* yow expect to find only ..in America's costliest ears Master-Gitxk power xieermt; does »p to 752 of yowr steering work, yet leaves you with natural steering "fecf" on UK; straigirtaways. Su»f/ Sure Pouter Brake* do »p to one-third of the work m stO))r>ing. Fordomalic IMra gives torqw converter smoothness aixl the "Go" of aoto- malic- mechanical gwirs. Ami ooly Ford in its fickl offers Pmoer-Lijt Windows, |x>th front and rear, that open or close at a button's touch . . . and a 4-Way Power Sent that adjusts tm and down, as well as front arxl hr»ck, at a tonch of the• controls. Trxjy'rc all wortb-wiwle optkma] extras avarlablc hi the 1954 Fordl No om ta the low-price field has cvw offered so many "Worth More features as the *M Ford.' In a<lditit>n to ail live features that have already estaWisJied Ford K the "Worth More" car, you no* get a host of brand new dividends. These ind.Kk a dioice of two new deep-block engines . . . the most modem engir>es in the industry. TOM also get Ford s new Ball- Joint Fwx* S«spcn«oti . .'. b«a«tiful nevr ioterkxs ... ar>d styling that w.ll make yoar bear* beat faster. And remember, Ford ako makes available \o you att the opfiooal power assists , . . features yo« mifiht expect to find only in tlw costliest c:irs. V yo- hav« not yet seen the new Ford models for 1954, come in and inspect fccm *o<i» y . Then Tat. Drive a 54 Ford ... and ooce yo» do, youll waot to drive it homd T« IW 54 FORD BOA1 h* DMM * fwfay* Since 1934 600 W. TEXAS AYE.
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