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PAGES— THE BAYTOWN SUM, FRIDAY, WAY 30, 1952 Personnel Of Bay town ue \i\ two Games Monday Get Season Started Oiler Nine Wins Fifth Straight Tilt LevI Clay turned in another fine town. Oilers last night, eight-hit ball to spark the Humble nine to a 4-2 victory over Houston's top amateur team—Mechan- Supply. fifth straight victory BY DAN SHULTS , The personnel of the four teams that will make up the Baytown Little League's major league was announced today by League President W. F. White. The rosters for each team were turned in to White yesterday. Each club will carry 15 men, all of whom have been selected after a careful cutting process. Those boys who are not chosen for a major league team will be eligible to play in the minor league which is to be ^ ^^ ^ organized at 1 :30 p.m. next Tuesday at a meeting of the f 0 r W Manager Jess~Burch ? s nine and loop's governing body and the minor, managers. The meet- their tenth win in u starts this Ing is to be held at the Quack Shack. Play in the major league opens Monday night, and a colorful affair it promises to be, with new uniforms on all the players. The Baytown Junior Chamber of Commerce is in charge of the opening ceremony which is slated to start at 6 p.m. The Jaycees initiated the drive for a Little League baseball program here, and it is they who built the Jaycee Ball Park where all games are to be played. Each of the four teams in the 32 Drivers Battle For $70,000 Today In 500-Mile Race Pitts, ss . c .. league will be made up of five boys 12 years, old, five 11 years old and five 10 years old. Here is the roster of'each club: Vic Dias' Felton Giants — John Sweeney, Charles Porter, Bill Van By ED SALISBURY INDIANAPOLIS, May 30 OB — Auto racing's richest paycheck, nearly $70,000, waited Friday for the daredevil pilot who drives the annual 500-mile race faster than „„,„- „ his 32 rivals. ' SSfS, V , , -,-,,,,, riolton, 2b The speed test, possibly the fast- gchroeder . est in its 3&-year history, had a starting time of 10 a.m. cst, for the speediest qualifying field on record, which averaged 135.504 their tenth win in season. The Oilers cross bats with the crack Southern Select team of Houston at 3 p.m. here Sunday. The Oilers defeated Southern Select here last week in one of the best games of the season. MECHANICS Amason, 2b .. Arnold, If ... Ellington, cf . Storenski, tb Being Jockey Nof Easy, Soys ^tcoronski Veteran Says Keeping Weight Down Is Plain Miird er Br TIM CANTY come out of the chute at Sports- lenge Me, but that CHICAGO May 30 " OPI — He man's or Lincoln Fields, a lot of cup ranks as his doesn't drive a Cadillac and he's money is riding with Tony s Tony was all never been in the winner's circle mount. at Churchill Downs, but swarthy Tony Skoronski, a jockey of the old school, is the "boy" as far as the two dollar bettors are -concerned. The 31-year-old Chicagoan has Racing. fans" have expressed a preference for Skoronski ever since the cocky youngster started in the business. One racing fan expressed it thus: 'You know Tony's going all out in the Derby that yWb*-?* of appendicitis forced --^ A jockey's life ? orous affair it's cc Skoronski said "i t ~r just like selling ing." the every race and when you got your "A lot of people tW, country for more than 10 years two bucks going it s nice to have a breeze as a jock and "making a pretty good 'bun- a -jock like that going for you" ' since' the day he die" almost started. Skoronski's name isn't in the headlines often and he and Eddie the Hollywood Arcaro are hardly in the same so- Challenge Me, cial circle, but when the horses it ' s six days of work Skoronski's best year, and the the trouble we have i one that brought him closest to na~ we ight down is tional fame, was 1945 when he won Cup race aboard He won several stakes with Chal- MELVIN SPENCE HERBIE GRAY rf TOTALS OILERS Deventer, Pat Tobin, Gene Lewis, miles per hour in the 10-mile trial Sparecino, ss Fred Garner, Jerry Walters, Gary Allen, Fred Marti, Eddie Davis, Charles Lyons, Lynn. Gray, Victor Wratten, Ha£py Baumann, and Neal Yoytek, • Len DeMasters' Dittman Dodgers '— George Yates, Tom Dodd, Tommy Phillips, Joe Floyd, Robert Biano, Vernon Olney, Wade CaUam, FelLx Massia, James Creekmore, Gordon. Jennings, Johnny Williams, PhilKp Grayson, Mickey Ryals, -Albert Elliott and Leon Fitts. Lefty Frazier's Earthman Tigers —Johnny Santana, David Woodall, Carl Davis, Bill Hartman, Jimmy Brummett, - Steve McW i 11 i a m s, Charles Cauthen, Robert Odom, Lucas Vega, Bill Hearon, Felix Lloyd, John Sylvester, Welford Hutton, Jimmy Roper and Jerry Roberts. .Bob Kalbitz's Union Cards — Wayne Porter, Slarvin Guy, Thomas Rhodes, Mickey Welch, Tom Rushing, Steve Coburn, James Dodd, Frank Butcher, Eugene Smith, Lynn Dooley, Jimmy Harrison, Doug Bell, Jerry Tilton, Bill Froehner and Johnny Davis. test. Kane, 2b Flanagan, If . M. Burch, cf Sears, Ib Davidson, Ib . Gault, c Littlejohn, rf Pillow, 3b ... Clay, p TOTALS .. More than 150,000 fans were expected to attend. Whether the winner could crack the current record of -.126.244 mph established a- year ago by Lee Wallard depended on weather, racing luck, and the safety of the chase. Weather forecasters anticipated a day partly cloudy with tempera- Mechanics tures in the high 6Q's for the start Oilers ••• of the event and possibly rising close to 75 for the finish. Whether the field progresses safely could have even more affect on the winning time. When Wallard set his blistering pace to triumph in less than four hours for the distance, the yellow light, which requires drivers to slow to 80 mph and maintain their positions, was on for less than one minute. The yellow light conges on only AB .4 . 3 . 3 . 5 . 4 . 2 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 1 . I . 0 .32 AB . 4 . 2 . 3 ,. 4 ,. -i >. 0 .. 4 .. 3 .. 3 .. 2 ..29 . 001 . 031 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 R 0 1 0 0 .0 0 1 1 1 0 i 001 000 H 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 8 H 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 5 E 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 000—2 OOx— 4 Sports Parade * By Oscar Fraley Herbie Will By DAN SHULTS Herbie Gray arid Melvin Spence, a pair of 200-pound linemen who played key roles in Robert E. Lee's march to the state finals in football last fall, announced today they will enter the University of Texas on athletic scholarships next September. Spence, a stockily-built 5-foot, 11-inch lad, has been described by Gander Line Coach Pete Sultis as the best close-in blocker on the great 1951 team. He lettered two years at guard, and played both, offense and defense, making all- district and honorable mention for all-state last year. Spence was an ail-around student at Lee high. He had an 87 average during ms high school career. He has been active in student council work. Spence is the son of Mrs. Dollie Spence, 503 West DeFee. • Gray is one of the most celebrated schoolboy griders in the state. His services were sought by every Southwest Conference school in Texas, and numerous other colleges. The 6-foot, 1-inch boy is a terrific downfield blocker, and from his tackle position he usually led the ball carrier on end runs. He's exceptionally fast for a big man, and played-both, offense and defense for Lee. Every honor that could come to a schoolboy gridder was heaped on Gray last season. He made all- district, all-state, all-Southern, and all-American. Gray lettered two years at Lee, and his greatest years in football are believed to be ahead of him. He has accepted an invitation to play in the Greenbelt Bowl game at Childress, Texas, in August, and has filled out an application to play in the North-South all-American game at Memphis, Tennessee, later the same month. Gray also is a good student, finishing up with an 84 average. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, 220 Bast Pearce. .The founded Buddhist religion about 520 B.C. IN BAYTOWN, IT'S TEX, FOR NEW YORK, May 30 flfl—On the fairways it's still Texas against the world Friday — and that goes for the women even .with Babe Didrikson Zaharias on the sidelines. Holding a comfortable 14-stroke in case of accident gs rain. And i eac i with only two rounds to play, should history's fastest field zoom 25-year-old Betsy Rawls goes out in the windup of the Weathervane cross country tournament Saturday and Sunday to prove that golfing fact In the apprbacnlng U.S.- Open for men, little Ben Hogan, the Texas terror, is favored to win that big one. You can also find a lot of advance votes for such Lone Star starters as Lloyd -Mangrum, Jackie Burke and Jimmy Demareti With the •women it's the same story.. The "Babe is recognized as- 1b.c queen of women's golf. But the larruping lady from Texas is recovering from, an operation — and Miss Rawls is solidifying her position as heir By Jim Nelson into serious pileups in the first laps, their misfortunes probably would kill all chance for a new speed mark. The total payoff for Friday's event was expected to reach about S2I5;000 compared with $2*7,650 last year. , BONDS- YELLOWSTONE ; 5th 4.95 OLD SCHENLEY, 8 Years OW 5th 5.95 BOURBON— : OLD STAGG 5th 3.59 Case—42.95 BOURBON SUPREME 5th 3.98 Case—47.25 BLENDS- KING'S 5th 3.09 Case—37.00 HILL AND HILL 5th 3.49 Don't Forget— We Will Meet AH Advertised Prices in This Area Plenty of FREE PARKING in our big parking lot alongside our No. 2 Store, 508 W. Main. BUY FROM THE PEOPLE YOT7VE KNOWN THE PAST; 16 YE&RSrrSAM PERMIAN" AND SON, UTAH! Tex Packs WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD No. 1—1302 Main St. No. 2—508 W. Mam game should fall apart, a moun- YESTERDAY WAS a beautiful day for fishing the jetties and the surf around Galveston and many fish were caught. It is surely a shame that we can't teirabout these days in advance instead of after they happen. It seems, how- that the fish are nearly al- plentiful around the jetties and in the surf at this time of •yeac and it is only a matter of catching the water calm enough to get out there with them. CUT US" NORTH JETTV We talked with Charner Skians of Galveston Wednesday and he said a cut has been made through, the north jetty^at Galveston. about half way out which will permit small boats to run through and get on the down wind side of the lie surely wanted one of his party to bring It'in. TRINITY RISING L H. Hilton has been setting out a few lines in the Trinity River bottoms and.tells us that the water has risen to wifhin a couple of inches of the highest level of .two weeks ago and still rising. He hasn't done any good on his lines yet but things there may be some good backwater fishing before the rise is over. LOSES POTTs-r ON GIG Grady Lenamond' floundered along the bay near Seabrook' r Wednesday night and had the mJsfor- tune of losing- the point out of his 00T/I /JAV£ BE Eft ay M/G yer //A VMS i£-r JA cxte <5o- GOT ALL Skorouski spends time riding a t Park, Lincoln Pieli lington Park. """ But in the winter he b trailer with his pretty J? erine, their four year old"' ter, Antoinette, and he * Florida, where he rides ?Y stream, Sunshine Park -rx leah. <lt - "Sure.iys nice in Fiorife i winter but it s still work aad ty of it," Skoronski said. The five-foot — vvith \h socks on — Skoronski is -\ lancer and makes the stanail a race plus S50 for a wi> for place and S25 for si In a stake he gets IQ of the winners' purse, t winners are few and far: * SPQRTSM1 * FISHERMEN! * BOAT OW INSURE YOUR BOAi AND MOTOR AT A LOW COSH] EXTREMELY LOW! ANNUAL RATES- 5% Rate Includei Labi Jim Bonj $ee Bond Insur Agency 907 S, Main Dial! US- Trio Left In i British Amateur * PRESTWICK, Scotland, May.30 (IP) —- Only- three American eolor- bearers — Frank Stracahan, Jimmy -McHale, and_ Harvie Ward—^ were' left in the" running Friday; tainous improbability, there is an- jetty when a' blow comes up. He other Texan named-Betty Jameson waiting patiently in second" place to take over. But it doesn-t look even. close for Miss Rawls when she plays the windup 35 holes on two courses this weekend to conclude this cross-country golfing jaunt. She got off slowly in the opening leg at Miami Beach, but fired a two- round 140 at Houston and a course record 70-69—139 at Seattle to move far out in front. You're going to be hearing a lot about this 25-year-old Miss from 'Austin in the next few years. She turned pro only a year ago, after finishing runner-up to the Babe in said the cut went through, about a quarter to"a half mile inshore from where the old Bettison's pier used to •; stand. This • cut will make men in;small boats feel a lot safer out around the rocks. 2&-UB. LINCr^HOOKED Red Jackson is the proud possessor of a 25 pound ling that he caught on s. trip to the banks off of Freeport over the weekend. He reports two ling and about two tubs full of red snappers caught on, the trip. It seems that the high spot of ,the trip .was when Red's brother, 1ST, H. Jackson of Ft. iimsning runner-up TO me Jcsaoe in " — ~~~' "' r~ ~~~~~~'~ " ~ 7 i r n Li the Women's National Open. Last Wortl1 Booked a sailfish. He had In K P M w * " around and watched other people catch them. He said the flounders were there but it gets back to that eame old problem of being there when the water is clear and calm enough. PICK UP EIGHT BASS B. T. McKinney is a "fly rod fishermen and he caught the bass Wednesday on a green popping bug. He fished from the shore up, times^ in past the corner east of the fishing-camp at/the Reservoir and picked up eight bass that weighed from one to two pounds. Minor League Group pionships entered the quarter-final year she came on to take over the the fish && played down and was - about to birng him- to gaft when - - Team Beaumont on famous House Paint Betsy, a Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Texas, is quiet and serious — but it wasn't always thus. As a youngster she-was'an irrepressible tomboy whose life was marred by two broken arms. One came when she was swinging by a rope a la Tarzan, the other when . she tried riding a bicycle— standing on the seat. That endless energy,. turned on golf, quickly made" her a Teal challenger for. the Babe—^and bolstered the women's professional corps to the point where the,girls can give the best male amateurs a bad, Houston time. LikeJast summer,- when -the --Fort Worth women pros -went to Britain 'to Oklahoma City play England's Walker Cuppers. Shreveport Max MacCreary who beat San Antonio Wfllie Tnrnesa and " Frank Tulsa Stranahan for the British Ama- - teur crown, hunted' up Miss" Rawls the night before their match and; advised: ,"You better get 'home, early. Miss Rawls, becatie you'll .only be playing 12 holes "tomorrow." • MacCready .was .very discomforted the next day when, playing from "the Tiger tees, Miss; Rawls beat him,' 2 and L "We're going over again,. this summer," Mrs. Zaharias, chuckles, "and we're going to suggest that the men play from' the "women's tees while we play 'from the men's tees." If you've ever been to Texas, you'll know she's not kidding. the hook broke. Red said the skipper almost cried because_that was thef "irst sail that • had; Dee'n r hooked off Freeport in^two years and By UNITED PRES S TEXAS LEAGUE W 28 27 27 24 24 23 18 21 23 24 23 24 26 26 28 Pet 571 " .500 .480.469 .391 GB Thursday's Results ' San Antonio 5, Beaumont 3. Dallas 3, Tulsa 0. •Fort Worth 7 r Oklahoma City 2. Houston 6, Shreveport 2. r Friday's Schedule -Houston at ShreveporL Fort Worth at Oklahoma City (2). Dallas at Tulsa (2). " San Antonio at Beaumont (2>. AMERICAN LEAGUE NEVER BEFORE A BARGAIN LIKE THIS.:. 6 gols. SWP House Paint $34.50 SPECIAL 3V5?' Nylon Bristle Brush 3.S9 [ QA /CQ TOTAl kIGULAR PRICE $38.39 V J4 ACTNGW^SAVSN&W! LONG-LASTING BEAUTY...AT BARGAIN PRICES! BRnTON - CRAVENS LUMBER 2609 HABKET COMPANY PHONB 82S6 *I Lassie Softballers Bow To Highlands Nine 4-2 The Baytown Lassie girls softball team bowed to Highlands 4-2 last* night in Highlands. Scottic Price was the winning pitcher, and Betty Sandlin. the loser. , The Lassies will play tne-Federal Reserve, Bank team of Houston next Tuesday. ; Reds Play Up 'Atrocities' MOSCOW, May 30 m —Ptavda, official organ of the Communist party, and aE other Soviet newspapers devoted more than one- quarter of their entire space Friday to charges of American atrocities In Korea." Team Cleveland Boston Washington "New York : Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit 25 21 20 18 19 IS 13 il L Pet GB 15 .625 ... 25 .583 2 16 .556 .545 .500 .452 ,406 15 19 23 19 24 3 3% 5 Thursday's Results Cleveland 11, Detroit 4. New York 3, Philadelphia 2, Boston 1, Washington 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team New York Brooklyn Chicago Cincinnati .Philadelphia St. Louis Boston Pittsburgh w 26 17 13 S L 9 2* 10 .706 2L- 16 *.56§ 19" 18 't514 16.. 18 *.471 21 .447 20 .394 12 32 .200 20% Pet. GB .743 .'.. John Tobin, former Baytown Oiler star,-is pinch-hitting for Roger Read as manager, of the minor league farm team of Vic Dias Giant team, and he announced a workout: for 5 pjn. Friday at the Robert E. Lee field. Tobin asked the following boys to report for the first practice session: Mike Thurman, Garry Snyder, George Sjolander, Sam Hughes, Stan Irvine, Blake Ainsworth, Gary Weatherly, David Alford, Jim Norton, Charles Price,- Paul Scott, Charles Mayer, John Frazier, Pat Butler, Dud Bowman, Jim Beavers and Roy Murphy. The youngsters are asked to report promptly for the practice session. " . ] Arrangements Complete! For Big Sports Dinner DALLAS; May 30 OP) — Arrangements have- been completed for the annual ..Texas Sports Writers Association dinner here Monday, June 9. with Joe Dey, secretary of the United.''States Golf Associa- ' tion, as principal speaker. The dinner, to be held in the Crystal Ballroom of the Baker hotel, wfll honor Ben Hogan. last weekend's winner of the Colonial golf tournament at Fort Worth, and the memory of Joe Routt, late Texas A&M Ail-America. Routt. who played at Texas A&M in 1936-37, was killed in the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. Odessa's Joe. Childress Is Headed For Texas U. ODESSA, May k 30 <l3-Joe Chil- Odessa high school's great sprinter, announced -Thursday he would enter the University of Texas next fall on an athletic schoi- The U. S. ranks were certain to be trimmed Friday morning/ for- McHale, the Walker Cupper from Philadelphia t and Ward, former U. S. intercollegiate-.king from Tarboro, N. C., are-slated to meet in one qu arter-final match. The " United States, which has carried off the British title four last five years, had its chances of victory this year greatly reduced. Thursday by the actions of Majl David Blair, a 34- year-old Scottish whiskey exporter who still is recovering from a bad automobile ;accideht. Blair completely upset the form by defeating - defending champion Dick Chapman of Pinehurst, N.C., in the fifth round and coming right-back to beat U. S. champion Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Tex., in the sixthr' We'll Take Vacations In ,For two v/ee)cs ?n July, our prinKng shop vil! be doses ^vacations. So look ahead, please, on your needs! -Why not check today—and see if you need" anythlngt « "if you do, telephone Maiherne's at -8090 and place ted order now ior prompt delivery. motherne's ... phone ."We can sefl you ANY need in office supplies" $60. to $2000. Auto — SIGNATURE — Furniture SAVE MONEY — LOWER PAYMENTS NO BROKERAGE OR HIDDEN CHARGES NO ENDORSERS REQUIRED . . . SIMPLIFIED 5EIHOU •EASY TO GET—EASY TO PAY LET US PAY YOUR BILLS—Combine them ail Into °" e ** S * t!i * and have onfy one small monthly payment to «uit ycur inc.me. • See "The Triendly Company" Supervised by State Banking Departn«ni OU Sells All For Texas, Irish Tilts NORMAN, May 30 (UV-The University" of Oklahoma ^.announced Thursday all tickets available here for the football games with Texas and Notre Dame Universities next autumn have been sold. Ken Farris, business manager of athletics, said the university received 8,000 tickets for the Notre Dame game at South Bend, Ind., and 28,600 tickets for the Texas match at Dallas. Caih You Receive ? 133.70 223.50 313.30 i 18 Monthly 1 Payment* ! 5 9. 15. 21. Other Amount* \ 1 You Receive ) Payw^__ $417.40 I *** ' 522.50 f Jr 671. so i JL!L_.from 560 to ?2«XJ GUARDIAN FINANCIAL CORPORATION BAYTOWN OFFICE: 307 West Texat Ave.,~ Pnor.s: S2E3 Next to Brunion Theatre _ PASADENA OFFICE: 207 East Shaw Ave., Phone: GRand 2-j Across from Long'«. Theatre HOUSTON OFFICE; 713 Fannln St.. Phone: ATwood £«' Across from Texas State Hot ' J «=cC^ Guardian's Invrstrcent '^ertJlIeales pay you 3<* ? - ThWsday's Results Brooklyn 7. Boston 3. Philadelphia 6 r New York 5. Pittsburgh 4, Cincinnati 2. (Only games scheduled)>• Childress, who has dominated the' sprints and anchored relay teams for the past three seasons, has been sought by practically every Southwest Conference school and many other top schools, including the University of Southern California. IS NATIONAL AUTOMOBILl WE OFFER THIS IMPORTANT CHECK-UP FOR YOUR Stf DURING MAY. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT HOW- Specie! This Month.... • COMPLETE FRONT-END INSPECTION • ALIGN FRONT WHEELS AND SET TOE-IN • REMOVE WHEELS AND INSPECT BRAKE LININS AND WHEEL BEARINGS • CHECK MASTER CYLINDER & ADJUST BRAKES 8 25 AUTHORIZED INSPECTION STATION THIS MONTH YOUR LINCOLN MERCURY DEALER 2100 MARKET ST. DlAl

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